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1-Jan-2014Physiological responses of Manila clams Venerupis (=Ruditapes) philippinarum with varying parasite Perkinsus olseni burden to toxic algal Alexandrium ostenfeldii exposureLassudrie, M; Soudant, P; Richard, G; Henry, N; Medhioub, W; da Silva, PM; Donval, A; Bunel, M; Le Goïc, N; Lambert, C; de Montaudouin, X; Fabioux, C; Hégaret, H
1-Mar-2007Zooxanthellae harvested by ciliates associated with brown band syndrome of corals remain photosynthetically competentUlstrup, KE; Kühl, M; Bourne, DG
1-Mar-2015Physiological and pathological changes in the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica infested with the trematode Bucephalus sp. and exposed to the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium fundyenseLassudrie, M; Wikfors, GH; Sunila, I; Alix, JH; Dixon, MS; Combot, D; Soudant, P; Fabioux, C; Hégaret, H
1-Jun-2010The determination of activity of the enzyme Rubisco in cell extracts of the dinoflagellate alga Symbiodinium sp. by manganese chemiluminescence and its response to short-term thermal stress of the algaLilley, RM; Ralph, PJ; Larkum, AWD
1-Nov-2006Photosystem II heterogeneity of in hospite zooxanthellae in scleractinian corals exposed to bleaching conditionsHill, R; Ralph, PJ
1-Aug-2010Biosynthesis of toxic naturally-occurring seafood contaminantsKalaitzis, JA; Chau, R; Kohli, GS; Murray, SA; Neilan, BA
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
1-Apr-2013Evolutionary acquisition and loss of saxitoxin biosynthesis in dinoflagellates: The second "core" gene, sxtGOrr, RJS; Stüken, A; Murray, SA; Jakobsen, KS
1-Jan-2011Gene expression profiles of cytosolic heat shock proteins Hsp70 and Hsp90 from symbiotic dinoflagellates in response to thermal stress: Possible implications for coral bleachingRosic, NN; Pernice, M; Dove, S; Dunn, S; Hoegh-Guldberg, O
1-May-2009Are Prorocentroid Dinoflagellates Monophyletic? A Study of 25 Species Based on Nuclear and Mitochondrial GenesMurray, S; Ip, CLC; Moore, R; Nagahama, Y; Fukuyo, Y
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