Callyspongisines A-D: bromopyrrole alkaloids from an Australian marine sponge, Callyspongia sp

Plisson F., Prasad P., Xiao X., Piggott A.M., Huang X.C., Khalil Z., Capon R.J.  2014.  Callyspongisines A-D: bromopyrrole alkaloids from an Australian marine sponge, Callyspongia sp. Organic & Biomolecular ChemistryOrganic & Biomolecular Chemistry. 12:1579-1584.

Extensive genetic population structure in the Indo-West Pacific spot-tail shark, <i>Carcharhinus sorrah</i>

Giles J.L., Ovenden J.R.,., Garvilles E., Khampetch K., Manjebrayakath H., Riginos C.  2014.  Extensive genetic population structure in the Indo-West Pacific spot-tail shark, Carcharhinus sorrah. Bulletin of Marine ScienceBulletin of Marine Science. 90:427-454.

Habitat collapse due to overgrazing threatens turtle conservation in marine protected areas

Christianen MJA., Herman PMJ., Bouma TJ., Lamers LPM., van Katwijk MM., van der Heide T., Mumby PJ., Silliman BR., Engelhard SL., van de Kerk M., Kiswara W., van de Koppel J.  2014.  Habitat collapse due to overgrazing threatens turtle conservation in marine protected areas. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological SciencesProceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 281

MrIC, a Novel alpha-Conotoxin Agonist in the Presence of PNU at Endogenous alpha 7 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors

Jin A.H., Vetter I., Dutertre S., Abraham N., Emidio N.B., Inserra M., Murali S.S., Christie M.J., Alewood P.F., Lewis R.J.  2014.  MrIC, a Novel alpha-Conotoxin Agonist in the Presence of PNU at Endogenous alpha 7 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors. BiochemistryBiochemistry. 53:1-3.

Improving population estimates by quantifying diving and surfacing patterns: A dugong example

Hagihara R., Jones R.E., Grech A., Lanyon J.M., Sheppard J.K., Marsh H.  2014.  Improving population estimates by quantifying diving and surfacing patterns: A dugong example. Marine Mammal ScienceMarine Mammal Science. 30:348-366.

High vulnerability of ecosystem function and services to diversity loss in Caribbean coral reefs

Micheli F., Mumby PJ., Brumbaugh DR., Broad K., Dahlgren CP., Harborne AR., Holmes KE., Kappel CV., Litvin SY., Sanchirico JN.  2014.  High vulnerability of ecosystem function and services to diversity loss in Caribbean coral reefs. Biological ConservationBiological Conservation. 171:186-194.

Multifunctional warheads: Diversification of the toxin arsenal of centipedes via novel multidomain transcripts

Undheim EAB., Sunagar K., Hamilton BR., Jones A., Venter DJ., Fry BG., King GF.  2014.  Multifunctional warheads: Diversification of the toxin arsenal of centipedes via novel multidomain transcripts. Journal of ProteomicsJournal of proteomics. 102:1-10.

Evolution of separate predation- and defence-evoked venoms in carnivorous cone snails

Dutertre S., Jin A-H., Vetter I., Hamilton B., Sunagar K., Lavergne V., Dutertre V., Fry BG., Antunes A., Venter DJ., Alewood PF., Lewis RJ.  2014.  Evolution of separate predation- and defence-evoked venoms in carnivorous cone snails. Nature CommunicationsNature Communications. 5:3521.

Towards sustainable sources for omega-3 fatty acids production

Adarme-Vega T.C., Thomas-Hall S.R., Schenk P.M.  2014.  Towards sustainable sources for omega-3 fatty acids production. Current Opinion in BiotechnologyCurrent Opinion in Biotechnology. 26:14-18.

BLIND ordering of large-scale transcriptomic developmental timecourses

Anavy L., Levin M., Khair S., Nakanishi N., Fernandez-Valverde S.L., Degnan B.M., Yanai I.  2014.  BLIND ordering of large-scale transcriptomic developmental timecourses. DevelopmentDevelopment. 141:1161-1166.

Demography and interannual variability of salp swarms (Thalia democratica)

Henschke N., Everett J.D., Doblin M.A., Pitt K.A., Richardson A.J., Suthers I.M.  2014.  Demography and interannual variability of salp swarms (Thalia democratica). Marine BiologyMarine Biology. 161:149-163.

Ecological resilience, robustness and vulnerability: how do these concepts benefit ecosystem management?

Mumby PJ., Chollett I., Bozec Y-M., Wolff NH.  2014.  Ecological resilience, robustness and vulnerability: how do these concepts benefit ecosystem management? Current Opinion in Environmental SustainabilityCurrent Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 7:22-27.

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