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Anna Godhe


Anna Godhe
+46 31 786 2709

Room number: 5124
Postal Address: Box 461, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Carl Skottsbergs gata 22B , 41319 Göteborg

Department of Marine Sciences (More Information)
Box 461
405 30 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Carl Skottsbergs gata 22 B , 413 19 Göteborg

About Anna Godhe

Anna Godhe’s main research interest is within phytoplankton ecology, the role of phytoplankton life-cycle stages, population genetic of phytoplankton, and interactions between different trophic levels in the pelagic environment. She has for several years studied the dynamics between the planktonic and benthic stages of microalgae.

Within her research she investigate how algal blooms are seeded, what is the temporal and spatial range of a phytoplankton population, and how do phytoplankton interact with higher and lower trophic levels.

In collaboration with PhD students and colleagues from Sweden and abroad she combines laboratory and mesocosm experiments with field studies, and applies molecular techniques such as QPCR, microsatellites, and sequencing.

For more information, please go to https://godhe-lab.net/

Latest publications

High single cell diversity in carbon and nitrogen assimilation by a chain‐forming diatom across a century
Malin Olofsson, Olga Kourtchenko, Eva-Maria Zetsche, Hannah K. Marchant, Martin J. Whitehouse et al.
Environmental Microbiology, Journal article 2018
Journal article

Identifying a marine microalgae with high carbohydrate productivities under stress and potential for efficient flocculation
J. J. Mayers, S. Vaiciulyte, E. Malmhäll-Bah, J. Alcaide-Sancho, S. Ewald et al.
Algal Research, Journal article 2018
Journal article

Assessing the presence of marine toxins in bivalve molluscs from southwest India
Andrew D. Turner, Monika Dhanji-Rapkova, Stephanie Rowland-Pilgrim, Lucy M. Turner, Ashwin Rai et al.
Toxicon, Journal article 2017
Journal article

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BMAA extraction of cyanobacteria samples: which method to choose?
S. Lage, A. Burian, U. Rasmussen, P.R. Costa, H. Annadotter et al.
Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Journal article 2016
Journal article


Freshwater protists do not go with the flow: Population structure in Gonyostomum semen independent of connectivity among lakes
Ingrid Sassenhagen, Josefin Sefbom, Torbjörn Säll, Anna Godhe, Karin Rengefors
Environmental Microbiology, Journal article 2015
Journal article

Germination and colonization success of Gonyostemum semen (Raphidophyceae) cysts after dispersal to new habitats
Ingrid Sassenhagen, Josefin Sefbom, Anna Godhe, Karin Rengefors
Journal of Plankton Research, Journal article 2015
Journal article

Priority effects in a planktonic bloom-forming marine diatom
Josefin Sefbom, I. Sassenhagen, K. Rengefors, Anna Godhe
Biology Letters, Journal article 2015
Journal article

Sufficient CO2 concentration is crucial for high biomass formation of marine microalgae
Sigita Vaiciulyte, Joshua Mayers, Anna Godhe, Susanne Ekendahl, Eva Albers
Proceedings of 4th Latin-American Society of Environmental and Algal Biotechnology Congress (SOLABIAA), November 8-13, Brazil, Conference paper 2015
Conference paper

The Skeletonema marinoi genome project
Mats H. Töpel, Sylvie V M Tesson, Magnus Alm Rosenblad, Tomas Larsson, Alvar Almstedt et al.
EMBO: Molecular life of Diatoms. 7-10 July, Seattle, USA, Poster 2015

Long-term patterns of net phytoplankton and hydrography in the coastal SE Arabian Sea: What can be inferred from genus level data?
Anna Godhe, Chetan Narayanaswamy, Riina Klais, KVS Moorthy, Rengaswamy Ramesh et al.
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, Journal article 2015
Journal article

Phenotypic plasticity and differentiation in an invasive freshwater microalga
I. Sassenhagen, S. Wilken, Anna Godhe, K. Rengefors
Harmful Algae, Journal article 2015
Journal article

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