Marta Mammone

Marta Mammone
Pennsylvania State University | Penn State · Department of Biology

PhD Biology

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Additional affiliations
November 2018 - September 2022
Università del Salento
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
February 2018 - June 2018
Université de Lille
Field of study
  • Marine Biology-ERASMUS program
September 2016 - July 2018
Università del Salento
Field of study
  • Marine Biology and ecology
September 2013 - July 2016
Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
Field of study
  • Biological sciences

Publications

Publications (4)
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Coccolithophores are a calcifying unicellular phytoplankton group that are at the base of the marine food web, and their lipid content provides a source of energy to consumers. Coccolithophores are vulnerable to ocean acidification and warming, therefore it is critical to establish the effects of climate change on these significant marine primary p...
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Ecological profiling of non-native species is essential to predict their dispersal and invasive-ness potential across different areas of the world. Cassiopea is a monophyletic taxonomic group of scyphozoan mixotrophic jellyfish including C. andromeda, a recent colonizer of sheltered, shallow-water habitats of the Mediterranean Sea, such as harbors...
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Cassiopea jellyfish have successfully invaded several marine ecosystems worldwide. We investigated if Cassiopea andromeda grows larger (umbrella size) and if their populations are more stable in shrimp farms than in mangroves in the Brazilian coast. Our results show that jellyfish abundance is higher in the shrimp farm during the rainy season and i...
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The Arctic polychaete, Oligobrachia haakonmosbiensis (Family Siboglinidae), is the most abundant symbiotic species inhabiting the Haakon Mosby Mud Volcano (Norwegian Sea, depth 1250 m). Different aspects of gametogenesis, fecundity, embryogenesis, and larval development were studied using biometric measurements, classical histology, and scanning el...

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