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    • 1H NMR metabolic profiling of cod (Gadus morhua) larvae: potential effects of temperature and diet composition during early developmental stages 

      Chauton, Matilde Skogen; Galloway, Trine Falck; Kjørsvik, Elin; Størseth, Trond Røvik; Puvanendran, Velmurugu; van der Meeren, Terje; Karlsen, Ørjan; Rønnestad, Ivar; Hamre, Kristin (The Company of Biologists Ltd, 2015)
      Marine aquaculture offers a great source of protein for the increasing human population, and farming of, for example, Atlantic salmon is a global industry. Atlantic cod farming however, is an example of a promising industry ...
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    • The 474-Kilobase-Pair Complete Genome Sequence of CeV-01B, a Virus Infecting Haptolina (Chrysochromulina) ericina(Prymnesiophyceae) 

      Gallot-lavallée, Lucie; Pagarete, António; Legendre, Matthieu; Santini, Sebastien; Sandaa, Ruth-Anne; Himmelbauer, Heinz; Ogata, Hiroyuki; Bratbak, Gunnar; Claverie, Jean-Michel (American Society for Microbiology, 2015-12-03)
      We report the complete genome sequence of CeV-01B, a large double-stranded DNA virus infecting the unicellular marine phytoplankton Haptolina (formerly Chrysochromulina) ericina. CeV-01B and its closest relative Phaeocystis ...
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    • Acacia trees on the cultural landscapes of the Red Sea Hills 

      Hobbs, Joseph J.; Krzywinski, Knut; Andersen, Gidske Leknæs; Talib, Mohamed; Pierce, Richard H.; Saadallah, Ahmed Ebaid Mohamed (Springer, 2014-07-18)
      This paper examines interactions between five pastoral nomadic culture groups of the Egyptian and Sudanese Red Sea Hills and the acacia trees Acacia tortilis (Forssk.) Hayne subsp. tortilis and subsp. raddiana growing in ...
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    • Advances in herring biology: from simple to complex, coping with plasticity and adaptability 

      Geffen, Audrey J. (Oxford Journals, 2009)
      At least two centuries of investigations on herring have been absorbed by scientific journals, and applied and fundamental research has produced groundbreaking concepts in fisheries, population biology, and marine ecology. ...
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    • Analysing estimators in the alternative echo integrator method 

      Aksland, Magnar (Bentham Open, 2010)
      Abstract: New and existing estimators of the “Echo Value Constant” based on split-beam detected and integrated single target echoes in the “alternative echo integration method” have been compared by using acoustic data. ...
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    • Antibiotic uptake by cultured Atlantic cod leucocytes and effect on intracellular Francisella noatunensis subsp. noatunensis replication 

      Kaldestad, Marte Albriktsen; Haugland, Gyri Teien; Rønneseth, Anita; Wergeland, Heidrun Inger; Samuelsen, Ole Bent (Inter-Research, 2014-02-04)
      The granuloma disease caused by Francisella noatunensis subsp. noatunensis in farmed Atlantic cod has not been successfully treated by use of antibacterials, even when antibacterial resistance testing indicates a sufficient ...
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    • Approaches to defining a planetary boundary for biodiversity 

      Mace, Georgina M.; Reyers, Belinda; Alkemade, Rob; Biggs, Reinette; Chapin, F. Stuart; Cornell, Sarah E.; Díaz, Sandra; Jennings, Simon; Leadley, Paul; Mumby, Peter J.; Purvis, Andy; Scholes, Robert J.; Seddon, Alistair; Solan, Martin; Steffen, W.; Woodward, Guy (PLoS, 2014-09)
      The idea that there is an identifiable set of boundaries, beyond which anthropogenic change will put the Earth system outside a safe operating space for humanity, is attracting interest in the scientific community and ...
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    • Aquaporin evolution in fishes 

      Finn, Roderick Nigel; Cerdà, Joan (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2011-07-26)
      Aquaporins represent a primordial group of transmembrane solvent channels that have been documented throughout the living biota. This facet alone emphasizes the positive selection pressure for proteins associated with ...
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    • Assessment of a decontamination process for dioxins anddioxin-like PCBs in fish oil by physical filtration withactivated carbon 

      Knutsen, Helle Katrine; Alexander, Jan; Barregård, Lars; Bignami, Margherita; Brüschweiler, Beat; Ceccatelli, Sandra; Cottrill, Bruce; Dinovi, Michael; Edler, Lutz; Grasl-Kraupp, Bettina; Hoogenboom, Laurentius (Ron); Nebbia, Carlo Stefano; Oswald, Isabelle P.; Petersen, Annette; Rose, Martin; Roudot, Alain-Claude; Tanja, Schwerdtle; Vleminckx, Christiane; Vollmer, Gunter; Wallace, Heather; Lundebye, Anne-Katrine; Metzler, Manfred; Colombo, Paolo; Hogstrand, Christer (Wiley, 2017-07)
      Following a request from the European Commission, the EFSA Panel on Contaminants in the Food Chain (CONTAM) provided a scientific opinion on the assessment of a decontamination process consisting in the adsorption with ...
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    • Assessment of the carbon monoxide metabolism of the hyperthermophilic sulfate-reducing archaeon Archaeoglobus fulgidus VC-16 by comparative transcriptome analyses 

      Hocking, William Peter; Roalkvam, Irene; Magnussen, Carina; Stokke, Runar; Steen, Ida Helene (Hindawi, 2015)
      The hyperthermophilic, sulfate-reducing archaeon, Archaeoglobus fulgidus, utilizes CO as an energy source and it is resistant to the toxic effects of high CO concentrations. Herein, transcription profiles were obtained ...
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    • Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) post-smolts challenged two or nine weeks after seawater-transfer show differences in their susceptibility to salmonid alphavirus subtype 3 (SAV3) 

      Jarungsriapisit, J.; Moore, L. J; Taranger, G. L; Nilsen, T. O; Morton, H. C; Fiksdal, I. U; Stefansson, S.; Fjelldal, P. G; Evensen, Ø.; Patel, S. (BioMed Central, 2016-04-11)
      Background Pancreas disease (PD), caused by salmonid alphavirus (SAV), is an important disease affecting salmonid aquaculture. It has been speculated that Atlantic salmon post-smolts are more prone to infections in the ...
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    • Atlantic salmon populations reveal adaptive divergence of immune related genes - a duplicated genome under selection 

      Kjærner-Semb, Erik Nordtorp; Ayllon, Fernando; Furmanek, Tomasz; Wennevik, Vidar; Dahle, Geir; Niemelä, Eero; Ozerov, Mikhail; Vähä, Juha-Pekka; Glover, Kevin; Rubin, Carl J.; Wargelius, Anna; Edvardsen, Rolf (BioMed Central, 2016-08-11)
      Background: Populations of Atlantic salmon display highly significant genetic differences with unresolved molecular basis. These differences may result from separate postglacial colonization patterns, diversifying natural ...
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    • Atmospheric deposition effects on plankton communities in the Eastern Mediterranean: A mesocosm experimental approach 

      Tsagaraki, Tatiana; Herut, Barak; Rahav, Eyal; Berman Frank, Ilana R; Tsiola, Anastasia; Tsapakis, Manolis; Giannakourou, Antonia; Gogou, Alexandra; Panagiotopoulos, Christos; Violaki, Kalliopi; Psarra, Stella; Lagaria, Anna; Christou, Epaminondas D.; Papageorgiou, Nafsika; Zervoudaki, Soultana; de Puelles, Ma L. Fernandez; Nikolioudakis, Nikolaos; Meador, Travis B.; Tanaka, Tsuneo; Pedrotti, Maria Luiza; Krom, Michael D.; Pitta, Paraskevi (Frontiers, 2017-07-04)
      The effects of atmospheric deposition on plankton community structure were examined during a mesocosm experiment using water from the Cretan Sea (Eastern Mediterranean), an area with a high frequency of atmospheric aerosol ...
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    • Auto-Adhesion Potential of Extraocular Aqp0 during Teleost Development 

      Chauvigné, Francois; Fjelldal, Per Gunnar; Cerdà, Joan; Finn, Roderick Nigel (Plos, 2016-05-06)
      AQP0 water channels are the most abundant proteins expressed in the mammalian lens fiber membranes where they are essential for lens development and transparency. Unlike other aquaporin paralogs, mammalian AQP0 has a low ...
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    • Back to Africa: monitoring post-hydropower restoration to facilitate reintroduction of an extinct-in-the-wild amphibian 

      Vandvik, Vigdis; Måren, Inger Elisabeth; Ndangalasi, Henry J.; Taplin, James; Mbago, Frank; Lovett, Jon C. (Ecological Society of America, 2014-08-11)
      Monitoring of the ecological efficiency of different restoration and mitigation measures is important to inform decision-making but can be challenging, especially in remote and low-resource settings. Species composition ...
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    • Bacterial growth response to copepod grazing in aquatic ecosystems 

      Vargas, Cristian A.; Cuevas, Luis Antonio; González, Humberto E.; Daneri, Giovanni (Cambridge University Press, 2007)
      The growth rate response of bacterial communities to the potential increase of dissolved organic matter (DOM) produced by the copepod Acartia tonsa was assessed in experiments conducted in three stations representing ...
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    • Bacterial Response to Permafrost Derived Organic Matter Input in an Arctic Fjord 

      Müller, Oliver; Seuthe, Lena; Bratbak, Gunnar; Paulsen, Maria Lund (Frontiers, 2018-08-06)
      The warming of the Arctic causes increased riverine discharge, coastal erosion, and the thawing of permafrost. Together, this is leading to an increased wash out of terrestrial dissolved organic matter (tDOM) into the ...
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    • Balanced harvest: Utopia, failure, or a functional strategy? 

      Kolding, Jeppe; Garcia, Serge M.; Zhou, Shijie; Heino, Mikko Petteri (Oxford University Press, 2016-04-21)
      Since “balanced harvest” was proposed in 2010 as a possible tool in the operationalization of the ecosystem approach to fisheries (EAF), the concept gained extensive international attention. Because maintaining ecosystem ...
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    • Bark beetles and pinhole borers (Curculionidae, Scolytinae, Platypodinae) alien to Europe 

      Kirkendall, Lawrence R.; Faccoli, Massimo (Pensoft, 2010-09-17)
      Invasive bark beetles are posing a major threat to forest resources around the world. DAISIE’s web-based and printed databases of invasive species in Europe provide an incomplete and misleading picture of the alien scolytines ...
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    • A Battle Lost? Report on Two Centuries of Invasion and Management of Lantana camara L. in Australia, India and South Africa 

      Bhagwat, Shonil; Breman, Elinor; Thekaekara, Tarsh; Thornton, Thomas F.; Willis, Katherine Jane (Public Library of Science, 2012-03-05)
      Recent discussion on invasive species has invigorated the debate on strategies to manage these species. Lantana camara L., a shrub native to the American tropics, has become one of the worst weeds in recorded history. In ...
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