Campbell, Lisa individual record
Professor
overview

My research focuses on phytoplankton population dynamics; harmful algal blooms and mechanisms of bloom formation; transcriptomics and metabolomics of marine dinoflagellates; ocean observing systems; and flow cytometry and imaging-in-flow cytometry.

selected publications
Academic Articles65
Chapters7
  • Campbell, L. (2001). Flow cytometric analysis of autotrophic picoplankton. Methods in Microbiology. Marine Microbiology. (pp. 317-343). Elsevier.
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  • Siegele, D. A., Campbell, L., & Hu, J. C. (2000). Green fluorescent protein as a reporter of transcriptional activity in a prokaryotic system. MACROMOLECULAR CRYSTALLOGRAPHY, PT D. Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence Part C. (pp. 499-513). Academic Press.
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  • Collier, J. L., & Campbell, L. (1999). Flow cytometry in molecular aquatic ecology. HYDROBIOLOGIA. (pp. 33-53).
  • Shapiro, L. P., & Campbell, L. (1998). Immunofluorescence Approaches in the Study of Phytoplankton. Cooksey, K. E. (Eds.), Molecular Approaches to the Study of the Ocean. (pp. 247-258). Springer Netherlands.
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  • Campbell, L. (1993). Immunofluorescence method for the detection and characterization of marine microbes. Kemp, P. F., Cole, J. J., Sherr, B. F., & Sherr, E. B. (Eds.), Handbook of Methods in Aquatic Microbial Ecology. (pp. 295-300). Taylor %26 Francis.
Conference Papers4
chaired theses and dissertations
Email
lisacampbell@tamu.edu
First Name
Lisa
Last Name
Campbell
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Oceanography; 3146 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3146
USA