Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Sandhu, S., Morozov, A., Mitra, A., Flynn, K., Mitra, A. Exploring nonlinear functional responses of zooplankton grazers in dilution experiments via optimization techniques Limnology and Oceanography 64 2 774 784
  2. Leles, S., Mitra, A., Flynn, K., Tillmann, U., Stoecker, D., Jeong, H., Burkholder, J., Hansen, P., Caron, D., Glibert, P., Hallegraeff, G., Raven, J., Sanders, R., Zubkov, M. Sampling bias misrepresents the biogeographical significance of constitutive mixotrophs across global oceans Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 4 418 428
  3. Lin, C., Flynn, K., Mitra, A., Glibert, P. Simulating Effects of Variable Stoichiometry and Temperature on Mixotrophy in the Harmful Dinoflagellate Karlodinium veneficum Frontiers in Marine Science 5
  4. Mitra, A. The Perfect Beast Scientific American 318 4 26 33
  5. Leles, S., Polimene, L., Bruggeman, J., Blackford, J., Ciavatta, S., Mitra, A., Flynn, K. Modelling mixotrophic functional diversity and implications for ecosystem function Journal of Plankton Research 40 6 627 642
  6. Flynn, K., Mitra, A., Bode, A. Toward a mechanistic understanding of trophic structure: inferences from simulating stable isotope ratios Marine Biology 165 9
  7. Ghyoot, C., Lancelot, C., Flynn, K., Mitra, A., Gypens, N. Introducing mixotrophy into a biogeochemical model describing an eutrophied coastal ecosystem: The Southern North Sea Progress in Oceanography 157 1 11
  8. Leles, S., Mitra, A., Flynn, K., Stoecker, D., Hansen, P., Calbet, A., McManus, G., Sanders, R., Caron, D., Not, F., Hallegraeff, G., Pitta, P., Raven, J., Johnson, M., Glibert, P., Våge, S., Flynn, K., Mitra, A. Oceanic protists with different forms of acquired phototrophy display contrasting biogeographies and abundance Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 1860 20170664
  9. Flynn, K., Kenny, P., Mitra, A. Minimising losses to predation during microalgae cultivation Journal of Applied Phycology 29 4 1829 1840
  10. Ghyoot, C., Flynn, K., Mitra, A., Lancelot, C., Gypens, N. Modeling Plankton Mixotrophy: A Mechanistic Model Consistent with the Shuter-Type Biochemical Approach Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5
  11. Stoecker, D., Hansen, P., Caron, D., Mitra, A. Mixotrophy in the Marine Plankton Annual Review of Marine Science 9 1 311 335
  12. Polimene, L., Sailley, S., Clark, D., Mitra, A., Allen, J. Biological or microbial carbon pump? The role of phytoplankton stoichiometry in ocean carbon sequestration Journal of Plankton Research
  13. Flynn, K., Mitra, A. Why Plankton Modelers Should Reconsider Using Rectangular Hyperbolic (Michaelis-Menten, Monod) Descriptions of Predator-Prey Interactions Frontiers in Marine Science 3
  14. Mitra, A., Flynn, K., Tillmann, U., Raven, J., Caron, D., Stoecker, D., Not, F., Hansen, P., Hallegraeff, G., Sanders, R., Wilken, S., McManus, G., Johnson, M., Pitta, P., Våge, S., Berge, T., Calbet, A., Thingstad, F., Jeong, H., Burkholder, J., Glibert, P., Granéli, E., Lundgren, V. Defining Planktonic Protist Functional Groups on Mechanisms for Energy and Nutrient Acquisition: Incorporation of Diverse Mixotrophic Strategies Protist 167 2 106 120
  15. Polimene, L., Mitra, A., Sailley, S., Ciavatta, S., Widdicombe, C., Atkinson, A., Allen, J., Mitra, A. Decrease in diatom palatability contributes to bloom formation in the Western English Channel Progress in Oceanography 137 484 497
  16. Sailley, S., Polimene, L., Mitra, A., Atkinson, A., Allen, J., Mitra, A. Impact of zooplankton food selectivity on plankton dynamics and nutrient cycling Journal of Plankton Research 37 3 519 529
  17. Lundgren, V., Roelke, D., Brooks, B., Granéli, E., Davis, S., Baty, T., Scott, W., Mitra, A. Prymnesium parvum invasion success into coastal bays of the Gulf of Mexico: Galveston Bay case study Harmful Algae 43 31 45
  18. Flynn, K., Clark, D., Mitra, A., Fabian, H., Hansen, P., Glibert, P., Wheeler, G., Stoecker, D., Blackford, J., Brownlee, C., Flynn, K., Mitra, A. Ocean acidification with (de)eutrophication will alter future phytoplankton growth and succession Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 1804 20142604 20142604
  19. Flynn, K., St John, M., Raven, J., Skibinski, D., Allen, J., Mitra, A., Hofmann, E. Acclimation, adaptation, traits and trade-offs in plankton functional type models: reconciling terminology for biology and modelling Journal of Plankton Research 37 4 683 691
  20. Mitra, A., Flynn, K., Burkholder, J., Berge, T., Calbet, A., Raven, J., Granéli, E., Glibert, P., Hansen, P., Stoecker, D., Thingstad, F., Tillmann, U., Våge, S., Wilken, S., Zubkov, M., Flynn, K., Mitra, A. The role of mixotrophic protists in the biological carbon pump Biogeosciences 11 4 995 1005
  21. Mitra, A., Castellani, C., Gentleman, W., Jónasdóttir, S., Flynn, K., Bode, A., Halsband, C., Kuhn, P., Licandro, P., Agersted, M., Calbet, A., Lindeque, P., Koppelmann, R., Møller, E., Gislason, A., Nielsen, T., St. John, M. Bridging the gap between marine biogeochemical and fisheries sciences; configuring the zooplankton link Progress in Oceanography 129 176 199
  22. Jiao, N., Robinson, C., Azam, F., Thomas, H., Baltar, F., Dang, H., Hardman-Mountford, N., Johnson, M., Kirchman, D., Koch, B., Legendre, L., Li, C., Liu, J., Luo, T., Luo, Y., Mitra, A., Romanou, A., Tang, K., Wang, X., Zhang, C., Zhang, R., Mitra, A. Mechanisms of microbial carbon sequestration in the ocean – future research directions Biogeosciences 11 19 5285 5306
  23. St. John, M., Barange, M., Benway, H., Flynn, K., Holt, J., Merino, G., Martin, A., Mitra, A., Melle, W., Sanders, R., Trenkel, V., Grigorov, I., Hoffman, E., Flynn, K., Mitra, A. Introduction to the BASIN Special Issue: State of art, past present a view to the future Progress in Oceanography 129 171 175
  24. Jiao, N., Robinson, C., Azam, F., Thomas, H., Baltar, F., Dang, H., Hardman-Mountford, N., Johnson, M., Kirchman, D., Koch, B., Legendre, L., Li, C., Liu, J., Luo, T., Luo, Y., Mitra, A., Romanou, A., Tang, K., Wang, X., Zhang, C., Zhang, R., Mitra, A. Corrigendum to "Mechanisms of microbial carbon sequestration in the ocean – future research directions" published in Biogeosciences, 11, 5285–5306, 2014 Biogeosciences 11 19 5565 5565
  25. Flynn, K., Stoecker, D., Mitra, A., Raven, J., Glibert, P., Hansen, P., Granéli, E., Burkholder, J., Mitra, A. Misuse of the phytoplankton-zooplankton dichotomy: the need to assign organisms as mixotrophs within plankton functional types Journal of Plankton Research 35 1 3 11
  26. Anderson, T., Hessen, D., Mitra, A., Mayor, D., Yool, A. Sensitivity of secondary production and export flux to choice of trophic transfer formulation in marine ecosystem models Journal of Marine Systems 125 41 53
  27. Acheampong, E., Nielsen, M., Mitra, A., St. John, M., Mitra, A. Towards an adaptive model for simulating growth of marine mesozooplankton: A macromolecular perspective Ecological Modelling 225 1 18
  28. Flynn, K., Mitra, A., Greenwell, H., Sui, J., Flynn, K., Mitra, A. Monster potential meets potential monster: pros and cons of deploying genetically modified microalgae for biofuels production Interface Focus 3 1 20120037 20120037
  29. Mitra, A., Davis, C. Defining the “to” in end-to-end models Progress in Oceanography 84 1-2 39 42
  30. Anderson, T., Mitra, A. Dysfunctionality in ecosystem models: An underrated pitfall? Progress in Oceanography 84 1-2 66 68
  31. Mitra, A., Flynn, K. Modelling mixotrophy in harmful algal blooms: More or less the sum of the parts? Journal of Marine Systems 83 3-4 158 169
  32. Mitra, A. Are closure terms appropriate or necessary descriptors of zooplankton loss in nutrient–phytoplankton–zooplankton type models? Ecological Modelling 220 5 611 620
  33. Flynn, K., Mitra, A., Flynn, K., Mitra, A. Building the "perfect beast": modelling mixotrophic plankton Journal of Plankton Research 31 9 965 992
  34. Mitra, A., Flynn, K., Fasham, M. Accounting for grazing dynamics in nitrogen-phytoplankton-zooplankton (NPZ) models Limnology and Oceanography 52 2 649 661
  35. Mitra, A., Flynn, K., Fasham, M. Accounting for grazing dynamics in nitrogen-phytoplankton-zooplankton (NPZ) models Limnology and Oceanography 52 2 649 661
  36. Mitra, A., Flynn, K., Flynn, K. Importance of interactions between food quality, quantity, and gut transit time on consumer feeding, growth, and trophic dynamics 632 646
  37. Mitra, A., Flynn, K. Accounting for variation in prey selectivity by zooplankton Ecological Modelling 199 1 82 92
  38. Mitra, A., Flynn, K., Flynn, K., Mitra, A. Promotion of harmful algal blooms by zooplankton predatory activity Biology Letters 2 2 194 197
  39. Mitra, A., Mitra, A. A multi-nutrient model for the description of stoichiometric modulation of predation in micro- and mesozooplankton Journal of Plankton Research 28 6 597 611
  40. Mitra, A., Flynn, K., Mitra, A. Predator-prey interactions: is 'ecological stoichiometry' sufficient when good food goes bad? Journal of Plankton Research 27 5 393 399
  41. Mitra, A., Davidson, K., Flynn, K., Flynn, K., Mitra, A. The influence of changes in predation rates on marine microbial predator/prey interactions: a modelling study Acta Oecologica 24 S359 S367

Book Chapters

  1. Mitra, A., Flynn, K. Exploring the Implications of the Stoichiometric Modulation of Planktonic Predation (Ed.), Aquatic Microbial Ecology and Biogeochemistry: A Dual Perspective 77 89 Springer International Publishing