Dr Mahasweta Saha
Dr Mahasweta Saha
Senior Scientist at Plymouth Marine Laboratory
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Heat waves and their significance for a temperate benthic community: A near‐natural experimental approach
C Pansch, M Scotti, FR Barboza, B Al‐Janabi, J Brakel, E Briski, ...
Global change biology 24 (9), 4357-4367, 2018
Ecology of antifouling resistance in the bladder wrack Fucus vesiculosus: patterns of microfouling and antimicrobial protection
M Wahl, L Shahnaz, S Dobretsov, M Saha, F Symanowski, K David, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 411, 33-48, 2010
Surface-associated fucoxanthin mediates settlement of bacterial epiphytes on the rockweed Fucus vesiculosus
M Saha, M Rempt, K Grosser, G Pohnert, F Weinberger
Biofouling 27 (4), 423-433, 2011
A community perspective on the concept of marine holobionts: current status, challenges, and future directions
SM Dittami, E Arboleda, JC Auguet, A Bigalke, E Briand, P Cárdenas, ...
PeerJ 9, e10911, 2021
Microbial “gardening” by a seaweed holobiont: surface metabolites attract protective and deter pathogenic epibacterial settlement
M Saha, F Weinberger
Journal of Ecology 107 (5), 2255-2265, 2019
Dimethylsulphopropionate (DMSP) and proline from the surface of the brown alga Fucus vesiculosus inhibit bacterial attachment
M Saha, M Rempt, B Gebser, J Grueneberg, G Pohnert, F Weinberger
Biofouling 28 (6), 593-604, 2012
Minireview: algal natural compounds and extracts as antifoulants
M Saha, F Goecke, P Bhadury
J Appl Phycol, 2017
Using chemical language to shape future marine health
M Saha, E Berdalet, Y Carotenuto, P Fink, T Harder, U John, F Not, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17 (9), 530-537, 2019
Seasonal variation in the antifouling defence of the temperate brown alga Fucus vesiculosus
M Saha, M Wahl
Biofouling 29 (6), 661-668, 2013
Defence Chemistry Modulation by Light and Temperature Shifts and the Resulting Effects on Associated Epibacteria of Fucus vesiculosus
M Saha, M Rempt, SB Stratil, M Wahl, G Pohnert, F Weinberger
PLoS ONE 9 (10), 2014
Rapid adaptation to controlling new microbial epibionts in the invaded range promotes invasiveness of an exotic seaweed
M Saha, J Wiese, F Weinberger, M Wahl.
Journal Of Ecology, 2016
Response of foundation macrophytes to near‐natural simulated marine heatwaves
M Saha, F Barboza, PJ Somerfield, BA Janabi, M Beck, J Brakel, M Ito, ...
Global Change Biology, 2019
Salinity and time can alter epibacterial communities of an invasive seaweed
M Saha, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 2870, 2020
Identification of rosmarinic acid and sulfated flavonoids as inhibitors of microfouling on the surface of eelgrass Zostera marina
C Guan, D Parrot, J Wiese, FD Sönnichsen, M Saha, D Tasdemir, ...
Biofouling 33 (10), 867-880, 2017
Biotic interactions as drivers of algal origin and evolution
J Brodie, SG Ball, FY Bouget, CX Chan, O De Clerck, JM Cock, C Gachon, ...
New Phytologist 216 (3), 670-681, 2017
Geographic variation in fitness‐related traits of the bladderwrack Fucus vesiculosus along the Baltic Sea‐North Sea salinity gradient
FR Barboza, J Kotta, F Weinberger, V Jormalainen, P Kraufvelin, M Molis, ...
Ecology and Evolution 9 (16), 9225-9238, 2019
Infochemicals in terrestrial plants and seaweed holobionts: current and future trends
R Schmidt, M Saha
new phytologist 229 (4), 1852-1860, 2021
Algal volatiles–the overlooked chemical language of aquatic primary producers
M Saha, P Fink
Biological Reviews 97 (6), 2162-2173, 2022
Becoming nose‐blind—Climate change impacts on chemical communication
CC Roggatz, M Saha, S Blanchard, P Schirrmacher, P Fink, F Verheggen, ...
Global Change Biology 28 (15), 4495-4505, 2022
Grand challenges in coevolution
M Medina, DM Baker, DA Baltrus, GM Bennett, U Cardini, AMS Correa, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9, 618251, 2022
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