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Process of invasiveness among exotic tunicates in Prince Edward Island, Canada
TLDR
The process of the detection, establishment, invasiveness, and eventual rise to nuisance level of exotic tunicates in the Brudenell River is presented.
BIVALVE AQUACULTURE AND EXOTIC SPECIES: A REVIEW OF ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT ISSUES
TLDR
Because the risk of exotic species to ecosystems and the bivalve farming industry itself may be great, effort should be directed to better predict and halt introductions of potentially harmful species.
PREDATION POTENTIAL OF THE INVASIVE GREEN CRAB (CARCINUS MAENAS) AND OTHER COMMON PREDATORS ON COMMERCIAL BIVALVE SPECIES FOUND ON PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
TLDR
The results showed that the invasive green crab might represent a new predation threat to commercial bivalves as a competing threat to the native rock crab and the common starfish displayed a generalist feeding behavior.
Lipid remodeling in wild and selectively bred hard clams at low temperatures in relation to genetic and physiological parameters
TLDR
This study is the first to report a major remodeling of lipids in this species as predicted by HVA; this remodeling involved a sequential response of the phospholipid to sterol ratio as well as in levels of 22:6n-3 and non-methylene interrupted dienoic fatty acids.
Attraction and repulsion of mobile wild organisms to finfish and shellfish aquaculture: a review
TLDR
This review outlines the main mechanisms and effects of attraction and repulsion of wild animals to/from marine finfish cage and bivalve aquaculture, with a focus on effects on fisheries-related species.
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