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Identification of trophic interactions within an estuarine food web (northern New Zealand) using fatty acid biomarkers and stable isotopes
Abstract Fatty acid biomarkers and stable isotope signatures were used to identify the trophic dynamics of a mangrove/seagrass estuarine food web at Matapouri, northern New Zealand. Specific fattyExpand
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Effect of water flow and oxygen concentration on early settlement of the New Zealand green-lipped mussel,
Abstract Early settlement patterns of the mussel Perna canaliculus were investigated within water tanks exposed to different water flow regimes and oxygen concentrations. Hatchery-reared larvae andExpand
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Effect of neuroactive compounds on the settlement of mussel (Perna canaliculus) larvae
article i nfo Herein, we present the first laboratory study on the effects of pharmacologically active compounds on larval settlement of the green-lipped mussel, Perna canaliculus. CompetentExpand
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Diet of Littoraria scabra, while vertically migrating on mangrove trees: Gut content, fatty acid, and stable isotope analyses
Abstract The snail, Littoraria scabra , is a dominant grazer on tropical mangrove trees, and may play an important role in the food web dynamics of these ecosystems. Its daily vertical migration toExpand
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Regulatory effects of mussel (Aulacomya maoriana Iredale 1915) larval settlement by neuroactive compounds, amino acids and bacterial biofilms
Abstract Larval settlement responses of the ribbed mussel, Aulacomya maoriana Iredale 1915, were investigated after exposure to various chemicals and mono-species bacteria. Identification ofExpand
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Use of probiotic bacteria to improve growth and survivability of farmed New Zealand abalone (Haliotis iris)
The effects of two probiotic feeds containing two and three bacterial isolates were evaluated on the growth performance of New Zealand abalone (Haliotis iris). Probiotic bacteria were isolated fromExpand
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Showcasing metabolomic applications in aquaculture: a review
Aquaculture production is currently challenged to meet the growing demands for seafood protein throughout the world. To achieve this growth in an efficient, safe and sustainable manner, novel toolsExpand
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Differential expression of novel metabolic and immunological biomarkers in oysters challenged with a virulent strain of OsHV‐1
&NA; Early lifestages of the Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) are highly susceptible to infection by OsHV‐1 &mgr;Var, but little information exists regarding metabolic or pathophysiologicalExpand
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Metabolomic Strategies for Aquaculture Research: A Primer
Metabolomics is a fast-evolving field that provides qualitative and quantitative analyses of metabolites within cells, tissues or biofluids. Recent applications of metabolomics approaches inExpand
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Putative involvement of adrenergic receptors in regulation of mussel (Perna canaliculus) larval settlement
Abstract Settlement responses were investigated for mussel (Perna canaliculus) larvae after exposure to catecholamines and their precursor metabolites. Settlement and mortality assays were conductedExpand
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