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Details of Dr. Elena Stoica   


Gender female
Job title Researcher
Regions Bristol Channel
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Degree PhD
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Region 5
Skills/Expertise Marine Molecular Microbiology; Aquatic Molecular Ecology; Marine Omics
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Elena STOICA)

Glockner, F. O., Stal L. J., Sandaa R-A., Gasol, J.M., O'Gara, F., Hernandez, F., Labrenz, M., Stoica, E., Varela M M., Bordalo, A., Pitta, P. [2012] Marine microbial diversity and its role in ecosystem functioning and environmental change, Marine Board Position Paper 17. Calewaert, J.B and McDonough N (Eds.). Marine Board ?ESF, Ostend, Belgium, pp. 81, ISBN: 978-2-918428-71-8.
Stoica, E. [2009] Application of T-RFLP analysis to the study of the coastal Black Sea bacterioplankton. Romanian Biotechnological Letters, 14(5), 4705- 4710
Stoica, E. and Herndl, G.J. [2007] Contribution of Crenarchaeota and Euryarchaeota to the prokaryotic plankton in the coastal northwestern Black Sea. Journal of Plankton Research vol 29 (9), 699-706
Stoica, E .and Herndl, G.J. [2007] Bacterioplankton community composition in nearshore waters of the NW Black Sea during consecutive diatom and coccolithophorid blooms. Aquatic Sciences vol 69(3), 413-418
Stoica, E. [2006] Monitorig of the Danube River discharges at the northwestern Black Sea part (Romanian sector) by indicator microorganisms. Scientific Annals of the Danube Delta Institute, 12, 161-164
Stoica, E. [2006] Analysis of marine microbial populations using molecular genetic tools: a new approach in the Romanian research at the Black Sea. Recherches Marines, 36, 203-212
Stoica, E. [2004] Heterotrophic bacterioplankton dynamics in relationships to environmental factors specific for the Romanian Black Sea.Rapp. Comm. Int. Mer Medit. Vol. 37, page 292
Stoica, E., Dragan-Bularda, M. and Kuever, J. [2002] The presence of sulfate-reducing bacteria in the bottom sediments of Romanian Black Sea area. Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai, Biologia, 2, 59-71

Created: 2009-02-01 Last Updated: 2015-05-16 by Elena STOICA