PRINCIPAL RESEARCH ENGINEERDepartment of Marine
About Gunnar Cervin
Principal research engineer with the main responsibility for the chromatographic and mass spectrometric instrument park within the project group. Supervision, service and method development on the same. Research area being chemical interactions among marine organisms and aquaculture of macro algae.
Research and specialisation
We study the chemical interactions of interest for the ecology among marine organisms. Signals that might protect against predation, grazing or biofouling, as well as signals stimulating apecific reactions among organisms. My main role within the project group is today more of a natural product chemist (mainly being a biologist), with the technical responsibility for our machine park which today consists of several HPLC with UV-, RI-, Flu- and MS- (QTOF and QQQ) detectors and a GC-MS.
Within aquaculture of macro algae, my responsibility is the development of technical aspects of cultivation and harvesting
Laboratory officer within the project group.
S-30 diver and diveleader.
Academic Post doc., Centre of Marine Biofouling and Bio-innovation, University of New South Wales, Australia, 2005.
PhD, Marine botany, University of Gothenburg, 2002.
STINT, Centre of Marine Biofouling and Bio-innovation, University of New South Wales, Australia, 2001.
MSc, Biology, University of Gothenburg, 1994.
Socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy in
Antifouling activity of portimine, select semisynthetic analogues, and other microalga-derived spirocyclic
Design and Biological Evaluation of Antifouling Dihydrostilbene Oxime
Probing the Structure-Activity Relationship of the Natural Antifouling Agent Polygodial against both Micro- and Macrofoulers by Semisynthetic
Prevention of Marine Biofouling Using the Natural Allelopathic Compound Batatasin-Ill and Synthetic
Temperature impact on the trophic transfer of fatty acids in the congeneric copepods Acartia tonsa and Acartia
Predator lipids induce paralytic shellfish toxins in bloom-forming
Evaluation of cationic micropeptides derived from the innate immune system as inhibitors of marine
Antifouling compounds from the Sub-Arctic ascidian Synoicum pulmonaria: Synoxazolidinones A and C, Pulmonarins A and B, and synthetic
The Bromotyrosine derivative Ianthelline isolated from the arctic marine sponge Stryphnus fortis inhibits marine micro- and
Novel chemical weapon of an exotic macroalga inhibits recruitment of native competitors in the invaded
Chemical defences against
The red alga Bonnemaisonia asparagoides regulates epiphytic bacterial abundance and community composition by chemical
JAPANESE MACROALGAE USE CHEMICAL WARFARE TO INVADE
Seaweed defence against bacteria: a poly-brominated 2-heptanone from the red alga Bonnemaisonia hamifera inhibits bacterial
Seaweed defence against bacteria: a poly-brominated 2-heptanone from the red
Effects of nitrate and phosphate on grazer-induced toxin production in Alexandrium
Small-scale disturbance in a stable canopy dominated community: implications for macroalgal recruitment and
Chemical inhibition of bacterial colonization by the red alga Bonnemaisonia
Effects of small-scale disturbances of canopy and grazing on intertidal assemblages on the Swedish west
Interactions beween grazers and algal canopies, an experimental
Effects of grazing on the structure of mid-shore, intertidal assemblages on moderately exposed rocky shores of the Swedish west
Population dynamics of the intertidal barnacle Semibalanus balanoides at three European locations: spatial scales of
Spatial and temporal variation in settlement and recruitment of the intertidal barnacle Semibalanus balanoides (L.) (Crustacea : Cirripedia) over a European
S. R. Jenkins, Per Åberg, Gunnar Cervin, R. A. Coleman, J. Delany, P. Della Santina, S. J. Hawkins, E. LaCroix, A. A. Myers, Mats Lindegarth, A. M. Power, M. F. Roberts, R. G. Hartnoll
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology - 2000-01-01
The interactive effects of adult canopy, germling density and grazing on germling survival of the rockweed Ascophyllum
Effects of UV-B radiation and simulated herbivory on phlorotannins in the brown alga Ascophyllum
Do littorinids affect the survival of Ascophyllum nodosum