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Principal features of the mating system of a large spawning aggregation of the giant Australian cuttlefish Sepiaapama (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)
Abstract. Every winter thousands of cuttlefish (Sepiaapama Gray) aggregate to spawn along a restricted area of rocky reef in northern Spencer Gulf, South Australia. It is the only known spawningExpand
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Relationship between elemental concentration and age from otoliths of adult snapper (Pagrus auratus, Sparidae): implications for movement and stock structure
The present study investigated the stock structure of snapper (Pagrus auratus) in South Australia, and the extent to which this is influenced by adult movement. Fish from the 9+ age class wereExpand
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Assessing barotrauma among angled snapper (Pagrus auratus) and the utility of release methods
Abstract Australian recreational and commercial fishers catch snapper ( Pagrus auratus ) from down to ∼120 m, often evoking barotrauma. Owing to minimum legal sizes and quotas or non-consumptiveExpand
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Histological effects of cyanide, stress and starvation on the intestinal mucosa of Pomacentrus coelestis, a marine aquarium fish species
The histological effects of cyanide, stress and starvation on the gastrointestinal tract of Pomacentrus coelestis, a common marine aquarium fish species, were investigated. Neither anaestheticExpand
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Ventilation in Plant Tissue Cultures and Effects of Poor Aeration on Ethylene and Carbon Dioxide Accumulation, Oxygen Depletion and Explant Development
This paper describes how ventilation of different vessels can be compared quantitatively when sealed to varying extents. The consequences of restricting aeration to defined limits on concentrationsExpand
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Ethylene and the responses of roots of maize (Zea mays L.) to physical impedance
SUMMARY The response of the roots of maize seedlings to physical impedance was studied in glass chambers that enabled oots to be grown either unimpeded or in loosely packed small glass spheresExpand
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Molecular and morphological analyses of the cuttlefish Sepia apama indicate a complex population structure
The giant Australian cuttlefish Sepia apama Gray, 1849 annually forms a massive and unique spawning aggregation in northern Spencer Gulf, South Australia, which has attracted commercial fishingExpand
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Development of a protocol for recognizing sulfidic sediments (potential acid sulfate soils) in freshwater wetlands.
Summary  The presence of sulfidic sediments (potential acid sulfate soils) is an emerging problem in the management of inland wetlands. Using data from 81 wetlands in the Murray-Darling Basin, aExpand
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Behavioural and genetic assessment of reproductive success in a spawning aggregation of the Australian giant cuttlefish, Sepia apama
Abstract The only known spawning aggregation of cuttlefish occurs in winter in southern Australia. The operational sex ratio in this aggregation is highly skewed towards males (range 11:1 to 4:1).Expand
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Distribution of inland wetlands with sulfidic sediments in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia.
This project examined the extent of sulfidic sediments in freshwater wetlands of the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. We sampled 81 wetlands throughout the basin with methods previously developed forExpand
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