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Recent advances in proteomics, biomarkers and biosensor technology sciences enable new approaches to understanding major biogeochemical processes. This project will examine the physicochemical reactivity of a model protein “RuBisCO” in seawater, and will quantify RuBisCO along ocean transect Line P (48°39.0′ N, 126°40.0′ W to 50°00′ N, 145°00′ W) in the North Pacific Ocean. The project will use two independent methods that complement and validate each other: immune-sensors and multiple-reaction monitoring (MRM) mass spectrometry.Intellectual Merit: Chemical analyses have shown that a significant fraction of dissolved organic matter (DOM) in the ocean is in the form of proteins. Proteins are a…

Ashworth, J, S. Coesel, A. Lee, E.V. Armbrust, M.V. Orellana, and N.S. Baliga. 2013. Genome-wide diel growth state transitions in the diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana. PNAS, 110 (18) 7518–7523; doi:10.1073/pnas.1300962110.

Beer, K. D., M.V. Orellana, N.S.Baliga. 2013. Modeling the Evolution of C4 Photosynthesis. Cell: 153 (7): 1427-1429, doi:10.1016/j.cell.2013.05.058

The Arctic Data Center, supported by NSF, has highlighted Karen Junge’s work investigating rotten ice. Data has been collected on both the physical and biological properties of rotten ice and is available from the center.  

Frantz, C.M., Light, B., Farley, S.M., Carpenter, S., Lieblappen, R., Courville, Z., Orellana, M.V., and Junge, K.: Physical and optical characteristics of heavily melted “rotten” Arctic sea ice, The Cryosphere, 13, 775-793, doi:10.5194/tc-13-775-2019, 2019. 

Kay, P., R. Choudhury, M. Nel, M.V. Orellana, P.M. Durand. 2013. Multicolour flow cytometry analyses and autofluorescence in chlorophytes: lessons from programmed cell death studies in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. J. Appl. Phycol. 10.1007%2Fs10811-013-9988-4.

Orellana, M.V., P. Matrai, M. Janer, C, Rauchenberg. 2010. Storage of DMSP and DMS in secretory granules of Phaeocystis antarctica. J. Phycol. 47:12-117. DOI: 10.1111/j.1529-8817.2010.00936.x

Orellana, M.V., P.A. Matrai, C. Leck, C.D. Rauschenberg, A.M. Lee, E. Coz. Marine microgels as a source of cloud condensation nuclei in the high Arctic. 2011. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., U S A, 13612–13617, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1102457108

Orellana, M.V and D.A Hansell. 2012. RuBisCO: a long lived protein in the deep ocean.  Limnol. Oceanogr., 57(3): 826–834.

Orellana, M.V., W.L. Pang, P.M. Durand, K. Whitehead, N.S. Baliga. 2013. A role for programmed cell death in the microbial loop. PLoS ONE 8(5): e62595. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0062595.

Orellana, M.V. and C. Leck. 2014. Marine gels. In Hansel, D.A. & Carlson, C.A. Biogeochemistry of Dissolved Organic Carbon. 2nd Edition. Academic Press.

Otwell, A. E., López García de Lomana, A., Gibbons, S. M., Orellana, M. V. and Baliga, N. S. (2018), Systems biology approaches towards predictive microbial ecology. Environ Microbiol. doi:10.1111/1462-2920.14378.

Sathe, S., Orellana, M. V., Baliga, N. S. and Durand, P. M. (2019), Temporal and metabolic overlap between lipid accumulation and programmed cell death due to nitrogen starvation in the unicellular chlorophyte Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Phycological Res., 67: 173-183. doi:10.1111/pre.12368

Skubatz, H., M.V. Orellana, W.N. Howald. 2013. A NAD(P) reductase like protein is the salicylic acid receptor in the appendix of the Sauromatum guttatum inflorescence. Intrins Disor Proteins 1:e26372; DOI: 10.4161/idp.26372

Tjernström, M., C. Lec, C. E. Birch, J. W. Bottenheim, B. J. Brooks, I. M. Brooks, L. Bäcklin, R.Y.-W. Chang, G. de Leeuw, L. Di Liberto, S. de la Rosa, E. Granath, M. Graus, A. Hanse, J. Heintzenberg, A. Held, A. Hind, P. Johnsto, J. Knulst, M. Martin, P. A. Matrai, T. Mauritsen, M. Müller, S. J. Norris, M.V. Orellana, D. A. Orsini, J. Paatero, P. O. G. Persson, Q. Gao, C. Rauschenberg, Z. Ristovsk, J. Sedlar, M. D. Shupe, B. Sierau, A. Sirevaag, S. Sjogren, O. Stetzer, E. Swietlicki, M. Szczodrak, P. Vaattovaara, N. Wahlberg, M. Westberg, and C.…

Mónica V. Orellana is included in The Oceanography Society’s publication of “Women in Oceanography: A Decade Later.” This supplementary issue of Oceanography includes more that 200 autobiographical sketches that provide a broad view or the types of research oceanographers conduct.