Thijs Frenken
Thijs Frenken
Postdoc, Netherlands Institute of Ecology (NIOO-KNAW), Wageningen, The Netherlands
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Integrating chytrid fungal parasites into plankton ecology. Research gaps and needs
T Frenken, E Alacid, SA Berger, EC Bourne, M Gerphagnon, HP Grossart, ...
Environmental Microbiology 19 (10), 3802-3822, 2017
Cross continental increase in methane ebullition under climate change
RCH Aben, N Barros, E van Donk, T Frenken, S Hilt, G Kazanjian, ...
Nature Communications 8 (1), 1682, 2017
Warming accelerates termination of a phytoplankton spring bloom by fungal parasites
T Frenken, M Velthuis, LN de Senerpont Domis, S Stephan, R Aben, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (1), 299-309, 2016
Warming advances top‐down control and reduces producer biomass in a freshwater plankton community
M Velthuis, LN Senerpont Domis, T Frenken, S Stephan, G Kazanjian, ...
Ecosphere 8 (1), 2017
Changes in N: P supply ratios affect the ecological stoichiometry of a toxic cyanobacterium and its fungal parasite
T Frenken, J Wierenga, AS Gsell, E van Donk, T Rohrlack, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 8, 1015, 2017
Fungal parasites of a toxic inedible cyanobacterium provide food to zooplankton
T Frenken, J Wierenga, E van Donk, SAJ Declerck, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 63 (6), 2384-2393, 2018
Disease-mediated ecosystem services: Pathogens, plants, and people
RE Paseka, LA White, DB Van de Waal, AT Strauss, AL González, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 35 (8), 731-743, 2020
Biological concepts for the control of aquatic zoosporic diseases
T Frenken, R Agha, DS Schmeller, P van West, J Wolinska
Trends in Parasitology 35 (7), 571-582, 2019
Infection of filamentous phytoplankton by fungal parasites enhances herbivory in pelagic food webs
T Frenken, J Wolinska, Y Tao, T Rohrlack, R Agha
Limnology and Oceanography 65 (11), 2618-2626, 2020
Cyanophage propagation in the freshwater cyanobacterium Phormidium is constrained by phosphorus limitation and enhanced by elevated pCO2
K Cheng, T Frenken, CPD Brussaard, DB Van de Waal
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 617, 2019
Impacts of warming on top-down and bottom-up controls of periphyton production.
G Kazanjian, M Velthuis, R Aben, S Stephan, ETHM Peeters, T Frenken, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 9901, 2018
Binational efforts addressing cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms in the great lakes
K McKindles, T Frenken, RML McKay, GS Bullerjahn
The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, 2020
The potential of zooplankton in constraining chytrid epidemics in phytoplankton hosts
T Frenken, T Miki, M Kagami, DB Van de Waal, E Van Donk, T Rohrlack, ...
Ecology 101 (1), e02900, 2020
Light and primary production shape bacterial activity and community composition of aerobic anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria in a microcosm experiment
K Piwosz, A Vrdoljak, T Frenken, JM González-Olalla, D Šantić, ...
mSphere 5 (4), 2020
Warming advances virus population dynamics in a temperate freshwater plankton community
T Frenken, CPD Brussaard, M Velthuis, R Aben, G Kazanjian, S Hilt, ...
Limnology and Oceanography Letters 5 (4), 295-304, 2020
Elements of disease in a changing world: modelling feedbacks between infectious disease and ecosystems
ET Borer, L Asik, RA Everett, T Frenken, AL Gonzalez, RE Paseka, ...
Ecology Letters 24 (1), 6-19, 2021
Bloom Announcement: An early autumn cyanobacterial bloom co-dominated by Aphanizomenon flos-aquae and Planktothrix agardhii in an agriculturally-influenced Great Lakes …
RM McKay, T Frenken, N Diep, WR Cody, S Crevecoeur, A Dove, ...
Data in Brief 105585, 2020
The Lake Erie HABs Grab: A binational collaboration to characterize the western basin cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms at an unprecedented high-resolution spatial scale
JD Chaffin, JF Bratton, EM Verhamme, HB Bair, AA Beecher, CE Binding, ...
Harmful Algae 108, 102080, 2021
Changing elemental cycles, stoichiometric mismatches, and consequences for pathogens of primary producers
T Frenken, R Paseka, AL González, L Asik, EW Seabloom, LA White, ...
Oikos 130 (7), 1046-1055, 2021
Live and Let die. How climate change affects bottom-up and top-down factors regulating phytoplankton disease
T Frenken
PhD thesis. Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands., 2018
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