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Temperature, Salinity, and Aerial Exposure Tolerance of the Invasive Mussel, Perna viridis, in Estuarine Habitats: Implications for Spread and Competition with Native Oysters, Crassostrea virginica
Temperature, salinity, and aerial exposure tolerances of the invasive green mussel, Perna viridis, were investigated under environmentally realistic conditions to address potential competition withExpand
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Adolescence and risk of violent death during pregnancy in Matlab, B a n g l a d e s h
remains controversial. In this study in Bangladesh, pregnant adolescents had a three-fold increase in mortality from intentional and unintentional injuries compared with girls who were not p r e g nExpand
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Restoring oysters to urban estuaries: Redefining habitat quality for eastern oyster performance near New York City
Restoring and conserving coastal resilience faces increasing challenges under current climate change predictions. Oyster restoration, in particular, faces threats from alterations in precipitation,Expand
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How the Religious Right Shaped Lesbian and Gay Activism (review)
I applaud the goal of reducing the Eurocentric perspective offered in most textbooks, the coverage of regions in this book is uneven. The parts on Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa are well done,Expand
Correction: Restoring oysters to urban estuaries: Redefining habitat quality for eastern oyster performance near New York City
[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0207368.].
Are bivalves susceptible to domestication selection? Using starvation tolerance to test for potential trait changes in eastern oyster larvae
Conservation efforts are increasingly being challenged by a rapidly changing environment, and for some aquatic species the use of captive rearing or selective breeding is an attractive option.Expand
Heritability of acute low salinity survival in the Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica)
Abstract On the US east coast, Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) aquaculture has grown substantially over the last century. As aquaculture expands into previously unexploited areas, there is aExpand
Are bivalves susceptible to domestication selection? Using starvation tolerance to test for potential trait changes in eastern oyster larvae
Conservation efforts are increasingly being challenged by a rapidly changing environment, and for some aquatic species the use of captive rearing or selective breeding is an attractive option.Expand
Population dynamics of the invasive green mussel Perna viridis and their response to the toxic dinoflagellate Karenia brevis: application of Dynamic Energy Budget theory to determine population trends
Worldwide, introductions of exotic species to new regions is of rising concern which can lead to catastrophic ecosystem alterations through competition with native species and disruption in energyExpand
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