Gitai Yahel
Gitai Yahel
The Faculty of Marine Sciences, Ruppin Academic Center
E-mail megerősítve itt: Ruppin.ac.il - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
In situ feeding and element removal in the symbiont‐bearing sponge Theonella swinhoei: Bulk DOC is the major source for carbon
G Yahel, JH Sharp, D Marie, C Häse2, A Genin
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (1), 141-149, 2003
Boundary layer turbulence and flow structure over a fringing coral reef
MA Reidenbach, SG Monismith, JR Koseff, G Yahel, A Genin
Limnology and oceanography 51 (5), 1956-1968, 2006
Phytoplankton distribution and grazing near coral reefs
G Yahel, AF Post, K Fabricius, D Marie, D Vaulot, A Genin
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (4), 551-563, 1998
The sponge pump: the role of current induced flow in the design of the sponge body plan
SP Leys, G Yahel, MA Reidenbach, V Tunnicliffe, U Shavit, HM Reiswig
PloS one 6 (12), e27787, 2011
Functional convergence of microbes associated with temperate marine sponges
M Ribes, E Jiménez, G Yahel, P López‐Sendino, B Díez, R Massana, ...
Environmental microbiology 14 (5), 1224-1239, 2012
In situ feeding and metabolism of glass sponges (Hexactinellida, Porifera) studied in a deep temperate fjord with a remotely operated submersible
G Yahel, F Whitney, HM Reiswig, DI Eerkes-Medrano, SP Leys
Limnology and oceanography 52 (1), 428-440, 2007
Benthic grazing and carbon sequestration by deep‐water glass sponge reefs
AS Kahn, G Yahel, JWF Chu, V Tunnicliffe, SP Leys
Limnology and Oceanography 60 (1), 78-88, 2015
Near-bottom depletion of zooplankton over coral reefs: I: diurnal dynamics and size distribution
R Yahel, G Yahel, A Genin
Coral reefs 24, 75-85, 2005
Thermally driven exchanges between a coral reef and the adjoining ocean
SG Monismith, A Genin, MA Reidenbach, G Yahel, JR Koseff
Journal of Physical Oceanography 36 (7), 1332-1347, 2006
Intense benthic grazing of phytoplankton in a coral reef
A Genin, SG Monismith, MA Reidenbach, G Yahel, JR Koseff
Limnology and Oceanography 54 (3), 938-951, 2009
Diel pattern with abrupt crepuscular changes of zooplankton over a coral reef
R Yahel, G Yahel, T Berman, JS Jaffe, A Genin
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (3), 930-944, 2005
InEx—a direct in situ method to measure filtration rates, nutrition, and metabolism of active suspension feeders
G Yahel, D Marie, A Genin
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 3 (2), 46-58, 2005
Size independent selective filtration of ultraplankton by hexactinellid glass sponges
G Yahel, DI Eerkes-Medrano, SP Leys
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 45 (2), 181-194, 2006
Daily cycles of suspended sand at coral reefs: a biological control
R Yahel, G Yahel, A Genin
Limnology and Oceanography 47 (4), 1071-1083, 2002
Trophic niche separation that facilitates co‐existence of high and low microbial abundance sponges is revealed by in situ study of carbon and nitrogen fluxes
T Morganti, R Coma, G Yahel, M Ribes
Limnology and Oceanography, 2017
Fish activity: a major mechanism for sediment resuspension and organic matter remineralization in coastal marine sediments
G Yahel, R Yahel, T Katz, B Lazar, B Herut, V Tunnicliffe
Marine Ecology Progress Series 372, 195-209, 2008
Glass sponge reefs as a silicon sink
JWF Chu, M Maldonado, G Yahel, SP Leys
Marine Ecology Progress Series 441, 1-14, 2011
Size is the major determinant of pumping rates in marine sponges
TM Morganti, M Ribes, G Yahel, R Coma
Frontiers in physiology 10, 1474, 2019
Fouling reefal communities on artificial reefs: does age matter?
S Perkol-Finkel, N Shashar, O Barneah, R Ben-David-Zaslow, U Oren, ...
Biofouling 21 (2), 127-140, 2005
Surface properties of SAR11 bacteria facilitate grazing avoidance
A Dadon-Pilosof, K R.Conley, Y Jacobi, M Haber, F Lombard, ...
Nature Microbiology, 2017
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