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Dr Turk, Valentina

Institute  Top | Institute | Publications | Projects 
    National Institute of Biology; Marine Biological Station Piran (MBS), more
    Function: Microbiologist

    Direct contact at institute:
    Tel.: +386-(0)5-671 29 16
    Fax: +386-(0)5-671 291 02

Taxonomic term: Bacteria [WoRMS]

Projects (2)  Top | Institute | Publications | Projects 
  • European integration of marine microplankton research, more
  • Marine Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning - EU Network of Excellence, more

Publications (6)  Top | Institute | Publications | Projects 
    ( 5 peer reviewed ) split up
  • Peer reviewed article Faganeli, J.; Turk, V. (1989). Behaviour of dissolved organic matter in a small, polluted estuary, in: Ros, J.D. (Ed.) Topics in Marine Biology: Proceedings of the 22nd European Marine Biology Symposium, Barcelona, Spain, August 1987. Scientia Marina (Barcelona), 53(2-3): pp. 513-521, more
  • Peer reviewed article Malej, A.; Mozetic, P.; Turk, V.; Terzic, S.; Ahel, M.; Cauwet, G. (2003). Changes in particulate and dissolved organic matter in nutrient-enriched enclosures from an area influenced by mucilage: the northern Adriatic Sea. J. Plankton Res. 25(8): 949-966, more
  • Peer reviewed article Malej, A.; Turk, V.; Lucic, D.; Benovic, A. (2007). Direct and indirect trophic interactions of Aurelia sp. (Scyphozoa) in a stratified marine environment (Mljet Lakes, Adriatic Sea). Mar. Biol. (Berl.) 151(3): 827-841., more
  • Peer reviewed article Stopar, D.; Cerne, A.; Zigman, M.; Poljsak-Prijatelj, M.; Turk, V. (2003). Viral abundance and a high proportion of lysogens suggest that viruses are important members of the microbial community in the Gulf of Trieste. Microb. Ecol. 46(2): 249-256, more
  • Tinta, T.; Malej, A.; Kos, M.; Turk, V. (2010). Degradation of the Adriatic medusa Aurelia sp. by ambient bacteria, in: Purcell, J.E. et al. (Ed.) Jellyfish blooms: New problems and solutions. Developments in Hydrobiology, 212: pp. 179-191, more
  • Peer reviewed article Tinta, T.; Malej, A.; Kos, M.; Turk, V. (2010). Degradation of the Adriatic medusa Aurelia sp. by ambient bacteria. Hydrobiologia 645(1): 179-191, more

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