New Publications: April 2022

(Updated: June 9, 2022) Every month, research from MBL scientists and affiliates is published in academic journals across the globe. In April 2022, 10 new studies were published. MBL-affiliated authors are in bold.

Our list of recent publications is updated weekly at:

April 2022


Buresch, K. C., Sklar, K., Chen, J. Y., Madden, S. R., Mongil, A. S., Wise, G. V., Boal, J. G., & Hanlon, R. T. (2022). Contact chemoreception in multi-modal sensing of prey by Octopus. Journal of Comparative Physiology. A, Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology.  

DeGiorgis, J., Jang, M., & Bearer, E. (2022). The giant axon of the squid: s simple system for axonal transport studies. Axonal Transport 2431.

Loescher, H., Vargas, R., Mirtl, M., Morris, B., Pauw, J., Yu, X., Kutsch, W., Mabee, P., Tang, J., Ruddell, B., Pulsifer, P., Bäck, J., Zacharias, S., Grant, M., Feig, G., Zheng, L., Waldmann, C., & Genazzio, M. (2022). Building a global ecosystem research infrastructure to address global grand challenges for macrosystem ecology. Earth’s Future. 

Moran, M., Kujawinski, E., Schroer, W., Amin, S., Bates, N., Bertrand, E., Braakman, R., Brown, C., Covert, M., Doney, S., Dyhrman, S., Edison, A., Eren, A. M., Levine, N., Li, L., Ross, A., Saito, M., Santoro, A., Segrè, D., Shade, A., Sullivan, M. B., & Vardi, A. (2022). Microbial metabolites in the marine carbon cycle. Nature Microbiology. 

Pomerantz, A., Sahlin, K., Vasiljevic, N., Seah, A., Lim, M., Humble, E., Kennedy, S., Krehenwinkel, H., Winter, S., Ogden, R., & Prost, S. (2022). Rapid in situ identification of biological specimens via DNA amplicon sequencing using miniaturized laboratory equipment. Nature Protocols. 

Richter, N., Russell, J., Amaral-Zettler, L., DeGroff, W., Raposeiro, P., Gonçalves, V., de Boer, E., Pla-Rabes, S., Hernández, A., Benavente, M., Ritter, C., Sáez, A., Bao, R., Trigo, R., Prego, R., & Giralt, S. (2022). Long-term hydroclimate variability in the sub-tropical North Atlantic and anthropogenic impacts on lake ecosystems: a case study from Flores Island, the Azores. Quaternary Science Reviews.

Schmidbaur, H., Kawaguchi, A., Clarence, T., Fu, X., Hoang, O.P., Zimmermann, B., Ritschard, E.A., Weissenbacher, A., Foster, J., Nyholm, S., Bates, P., Albertin, C., Tanka, E., & Simakov, O. (2022). Emergence of novel cephalopod gene regulation and expression through large-scale genome reorganization. Nature Communication.

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Snead, W., Jalihal, A., Gerbich, T., Seim, I., Hu, Z., & Gladfelter, A. (2022). Membrane surfaces regulate assembly of ribonucleoprotein condensates. Nature Cell Biology.

Stolp, Z. D., Kulkarni, M., Liu, Y., Zhu, C., Jalisi, A., Lin, S., Casadevall, A., Cunningham, K. W., Pineda, F. J., Teng, X., & Hardwick, J. M. (2022). Yeast cell death pathway requiring AP-3 vesicle trafficking leads to vacuole/lysosome membrane permeabilization. Cell Reports. 

van Daalen, S. F., Hernandez, C. M., Caswell, H., Neubert, M. G., & Gribble, K. E. (2022). The contributions of maternal age heterogeneity to variance in lifetime reproductive output. American Naturalist.  

Weidner, E. (2022). The Spraguea Parasitism in Anglerfishes of the Genus Lophius. Acta Parasitologica.


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