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A second form of collagenous lectin from the tunicate, "Styela plicata" 35 34 0
Ocean acidification 31 23 1
In vitro antifungal activity of a new combination of essential oils against some filamentous fungi 55 52 0
Aquatic animal health subprogram : development of a DNA microarray to identify markers of disease in pearl oysters (Pinctada maxima) and to assess overall oyster health 14 13 1
Spatial patterns of ascidian assemblages on subtidal rocky reefs in the Port Stephens-Great Lakes Marine Park, New South Wales 37 31 0
Immunosuppression in Sydney rock oysters (Saccostrea glomerata) and QX disease in the Hawkesbury River, Sydney 87 81 0
The effect of low salinity on phenoloxidase activity in the Sydney rock oyster, "Saccostrea glomerata" 99 91 0
Breeding for QX disease resistance negatively selects one form of the defensive enzyme, phenoloxidase, in Sydney rock oysters 94 89 0
Phagocytosis of the protozoan parasite, Marteilia sydneyi, by Sydney rock oyster (Saccostrea glomerata) hemocytes 54 50 0
Disease prevention strategies for QX disease (Marteilia sydneyi) of Sydney rock oysters (Saccostrea glomerata) 108 101 0
The Proteomic response of larvae of the Sydney rock oyster, saccostrea glomerata to elevated pCO₂ 78 70 0
Quantitative proteomics of heavy metal stress responses in Sydney rock oysters 82 75 0
Anti-viral gene induction is absent upon secondary challenge with double-stranded RNA in the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas 1 1 0
Antibacterial activities of a new combination of essential oils against marine bacteria 86 82 0
Adapting to climate change : identification of molecular markers associated with ocean acidification in oysters 8 1 1
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