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Cleaner fish escape salmon farms and hybridize with local wrasse populations


Faust, E., K.T. Halvorsen, P. Andersen, H. Knutsen, C. André. 2018. Cleaner fish escape salmon farms and hybridize with local wrasse populations. Royal Society Open Science 5: 171752. DOI: 10.1098/rsos.171752
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Harvesting changes mating behavior in European lobster


Sørdalen, T.K., K.T. Halvorsen, H.B. Harrison, C. Ellis, L.A. Vøllestad, H. Knutsen, E. Moland & E. Moland Olsen. 2018. Harvesting changes mating behavior in European lobster. Evolutionary Applications (in press). DOI 10.1111/eva.12611
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Whether European eel leptocephali use the Earth’s magnetic field to guide their migration remains an open question


Durif, C.M.F, S. Bonhommeau, C. Briand, H.I. Browman, M. Castonguay, F. Daverat, W. Dekker, E. Diaz, R. Hanel, M. Miller, A. Moore, C.B. Paris, A.B. Skiftesvik, H. Westerberg & H. Wickström. 2017. Whether European eel leptocephali use the Earth’s magnetic field to guide their migration remains an open question. Current Biology 27: R998-R1000. DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2017.08.045
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Fecundity of the invasive marine gastropod Crepidula fornicata near the current northern extreme of its range.


Pechenik, J.A., C. Diederich, H.I. Browman & A. Jelmert. 2017. Fecundity of the invasive marine gastropod Crepidula fornicata near the current northern extreme of its range. Invertebrate Biology 136: 394-402.
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Behavioural responses of infective-stage copepodids of the salmon louse (Lepeoptheirus salmonis, Copepoda:Caligidae) to host-related sensory cues


Fields, D.M., A.B. Skiftesvik & H.I. Browman. 2017. Behavioural responses of infective-stage copepodids of the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis, Copepoda:Caligidae) to host-related sensory cues. Journal of Fish Diseases 2017;00:1–10. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfd.12690
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Debating the effectiveness of marine protected areas


Pendleton, L., G. Ahmadia, H.I. Browman, R. Thurstan, D.M. Kaplan & V. Bartolino. 2017. Debating the effectiveness of marine protected areas. ICES Journal of Marine Science doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsx154.
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Responses of larval zebrafish to low pH immersion assay


Diggles, B.K., R. Arlinghaus, H.I. Browman, S.J. Cooke, I.G. Cowx, A.O. Kasumayan, B. Key, J.D. Rose, W. Sawynok, A. Schwab, A.B. Skiftesvik, E.D. Stevens, C.A. Watson & C.D.L. Wynne. 2017. Responses of larval zebrafish to low pH immersion assay. Comment on Lopez-Luna, J., Q. Al-Jubouri, W. Al-Nuaimy, & L.U. Sneddon. Reduction in activity by noxious chemical stimulation is ameliorated by immersion in analgesic drugs in zebrafish. Journal of Experimental Biology 220: 3191-3194.
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Potential for novel production of omega-3 long-chain fatty acids by genetically engineered oilseed plants to alter terrestrial ecosystem dynamics


Colombo S.M., Campbell L.G., Murphy E.J, Martin S. and M.T. Arts. 2018. Potential for novel production of omega-3 long-chain fatty acids by genetically engineered oilseed plants to alter terrestrial ecosystem dynamics. Agricultural Systems. 164:31037.
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Regulation of gene expression underpins tolerance of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis to increased pCO2.


Bailey, A., P. de Wit, P. Thor, H.I. Browman, R.M. Bjelland, S. Shema, D.M. Fields, J.A. Runge, C. Thompson & H. Hop. 2017. Regulation of gene expression underpins tolerance of the Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis to increased pCO2. Ecology and Evolution 2017: 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.3063
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Risk-Benefit of Consuming Walleye from Ontario Lakes: Mercury-triggered consumption advisories govern EPA+DHA intake.


Strandberg U., Bhavsar S.P., Parmar T.P. and M.T. Arts. 2018. Risk-Benefit of Consuming Walleye from Ontario Lakes: Mercury-triggered consumption advisories govern EPA+DHA intake. Environment International. 112:251-260. DOI: 10.1016/j.envint.2017.12.029
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