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30-Jan-2017Recent trends in marine phycotoxins from Australian coastal watersAjani, PA; Harwood, DT; Murray, SA
1-Aug-2013Evolution and distribution of saxitoxin biosynthesis in dinoflagellatesOrr, RJS; Stüken, A; Murray, SA; Jakobsen, KS
1-Jan-2016ESTABLISHING BASELINES: EIGHTY YEARS OF PHYTOPLANKTON DIVERSITY AND BIOMASS IN SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIAAjani, PA; Hallegraeff, GM; Allen, D; Coughlan, A; Richardson, AJ; Armand, LK; Ingleton, T; Murray, SA; Hughes, RN; Hughes, DJ; Smith, IP; Dale, AC
Dec-2019Morphological and molecular phylogenetic identification and record verification of Gambierdiscus excentricus (Dinophyceae) from Madeira Island (NE Atlantic Ocean)Hoppenrath, M; Kretzschmar, AL; Kaufmann, MJ; Murray, SA
1-Aug-2010Biosynthesis of toxic naturally-occurring seafood contaminantsKalaitzis, JA; Chau, R; Kohli, GS; Murray, SA; Neilan, BA
2017Unprecedented Alexandrium blooms in a previously low biotoxin risk area of Tasmania, Australia.Hallegraeff, G; Bolch, C; Condie, S; Dorantes-Aranda, J; Murray, SA; Quinlan, R; Ruvindy, R; Turnbull, A; Ugalde, S; Wilson, K; Proenca, LA; Hallegraeff, G
1-Sep-2009Differential accumulation of paralytic shellfish toxins from Alexandrium minutum in the pearl oyster, Pinctada imbricataMurray, SA; O'Connor, WA; Alvin, A; Mihali, TK; Kalaitzis, J; Neilan, BA
30-Aug-2012The Taxonomic Significance of Species That Have Only Been Observed Once: The Genus Gymnodinium (Dinoflagellata) as an ExampleThessen, AE; Patterson, DJ; Murray, SA
Jan-2010Genomic contributions to understanding the evolution of red algal plastids and pigment biosynthesisNeilan, BA; Murray, SA; Chen, M; Seckbach, J; Chapman, DJ
1-Jan-2014Alexandrium diversaporum sp. nov., a new non-saxitoxin producing species: Phylogeny, morphology and sxtA genesMurray, SA; Hoppenrath, M; Orr, RJS; Bolch, C; John, U; Diwan, R; Yauwenas, R; Harwood, T; de Salas, M; Neilan, B; Hallegraeff, G
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