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2001-01The reproductive cycle of the New Zealand venus clam Ruditapes largilliertiGribben, PE; Creese, RG; Hooker, SH
2009-05-20Whole genome sequencing of a natural recombinant Toxoplasma gondii strain reveals chromosome sorting and local allelic variantsBontell, IL; Hall, N; Ashelford, KE; Dubey, JP; Boyle, JP; Lindh, J; Smith, JE
2019-12-01Coral endosymbionts (Symbiodiniaceae) emit species-specific volatilomes that shift when exposed to thermal stressLawson, CA; Possell, M; Seymour, JR; Raina, JB; Suggett, DJ
2014-03-11CH<inf>x</inf> adsorption (x = 1-4) and thermodynamic stability on the CeO<inf>2</inf>(111) surface: A first-principles investigationFronzi, M; Piccinin, S; Delley, B; Traversa, E; Stampfl, C
2014-01-20The effect of diel temperature and light cycles on the growth of Nannochloropsis oculata in a photobioreactor matrixTamburic, B; Guruprasad, S; Radford, DT; Szabó, M; Lilley, RMC; Larkum, AWD; Franklin, JB; Kramer, DM; Blackburn, SI; Raven, JA; Schliep, M; Ralph, PJ
2019-02-08CAMISIM: Simulating metagenomes and microbial communitiesFritz, A; Hofmann, P; Majda, S; Dahms, E; Dröge, J; Fiedler, J; Lesker, TR; Belmann, P; Demaere, MZ; Darling, AE; Sczyrba, A; Bremges, A; McHardy, AC
2010-05-01Chlamydia pneumoniae is genetically diverse in animals and appears to have crossed the host barrier to humans on (at least) two occasionsMitchell, CM; Hutton, S; Myers, GSA; Brunham, R; Timms, P
2011-07-01Warmer more acidic conditions cause decreased productivity and calcification in subtropical coral reef sediment-dwelling calcifiersSinutok, S; Hill, R; Doblin, MA; Wuhrer, R; Ralph, PJ
2019-12-01Evaluation of sxtA and rDNA qPCR assays through monitoring of an inshore bloom of Alexandrium catenella Group 1Murray, SA; Ruvindy, R; Kohli, GS; Anderson, DM; Brosnahan, ML
2006-01Tight binding analysis of coupled photonic waveguidesBotten, LC; Hansen, RA; De Sterke, C; Lowery, A
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