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2014Early benthic juvenile Parvulastra exigua (Asteroidea) are tolerant to extreme acidification and warming in its intertidal habitatByrne, Maria; Nguyen, Hong Dao; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyEarly benthic juvenile Parvulastra exigua (Asteroidea) are tolerant to extreme acidification and warming in its intertidal habitat, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, vol.453, N/A, 2014,pp 36-42
2013Hsp70 expression in the south-eastern Australian sea urchins Heliocidaris erythrogramma and H. tuberculataByrne, Maria; Nguyen, Hong Dao; Thomson, Murray; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; Biological SciencesHsp70 expression in the south-eastern Australian sea urchins Heliocidaris erythrogramma and H. tuberculata, Proceedings of the 13th International Echinoderm Conference, vol.N/A, 2013, pp. 213-217
2014Interactive effects of near-future temperature increase and ocean acidification on physiology and gonad development in adult Pacific sea urchin, Echinometra sp. AByrne, Maria; Nguyen, Hong Dao; Liddy, Michelle; Uthicke, Sven; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyInteractive effects of near-future temperature increase and ocean acidification on physiology and gonad development in adult Pacific sea urchin, Echinometra sp. A, Coral Reefs, vol.33, 3, 2014,pp 831-845
2012Noncalcifying larvae in a changing ocean: warming not acidification/hypercapnia, is the dominant stressor on development of the sea star Meridiastra calcarByrne, Maria; Doo, Steve; Nguyen, Hong Dao; Soars, Natalie; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyNoncalcifying larvae in a changing ocean: warming not acidification/hypercapnia, is the dominant stressor on development of the sea star Meridiastra calcar, Global Change Biology, vol.18, N/A, 2012,pp 2466-2476
2013Ocean warming will mitigate the effects of acidification on calcifying sea urchin larvae (Heliocidaris tuberculata) from the Australian global warming hot spotByrne, Maria; Foo, Shawna; Hardy, Natasha; Nguyen, Hong Dao; Soars, Natalie; Wolfe, Kennedy; Dworjanyn, Symon A.; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; Biological Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; Biological SciencesOcean warming will mitigate the effects of acidification on calcifying sea urchin larvae (Heliocidaris tuberculata) from the Australian global warming hot spot, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, vol.448, N/A, 2013,pp 250-257
2012Reduced expression of the rate-limiting carbon fixation enzyme RuBisCO in the benthic foraminifer Baculogypsina sphaerulata holobiont in response to heat shockByrne, Maria; Nguyen, Hong Dao; Chen, HungKai; Doo, Steve; Fan, TungYung; Mayfield, Anderson; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyReduced expression of the rate-limiting carbon fixation enzyme RuBisCO in the benthic foraminifer Baculogypsina sphaerulata holobiont in response to heat shock, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, vol.430-431, N/A, 2012,pp 63-67
2012Respiratory response of the intertidal seastar Parvulastra exigua to contemporary and near-future pulses of warming and hypercapniaByrne, Maria; McElroy, David; Nguyen, Hong Dao; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyRespiratory response of the intertidal seastar Parvulastra exigua to contemporary and near-future pulses of warming and hypercapnia, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, vol.416-417, 4, 2012,pp 1-7
2011Sea urchin development in a global change hotspot, potential for southerly migration of thermotolerant propagulesByrne, Maria; Nguyen, Hong Dao; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; Woolsey, Erika; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologySea urchin development in a global change hotspot, potential for southerly migration of thermotolerant propagules, Deep-Sea Research. Part 2: Topical Studies in Oceanography, vol.58, 5, 2011,pp 712-719
2009Temperature, but not pH, compromises sea urchin fertilization and early development under near-future climate change scenariosByrne, Maria; Ho, Melanie; Nguyen, Hong Dao; Selvakumaraswamy, Paulina; Davis, Andy R; Dworjanyn, S.; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyTemperature, but not pH, compromises sea urchin fertilization and early development under near-future climate change scenarios, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences, vol.276, N/A,pp 1883-1888
2011Thermotolerance and the effects of hypercapnia on the metabolic rate of the ophiuroid Ophionereis schayeri: Inferences for survivorship in a changing oceanByrne, Maria; Nguyen, Hong Dao; Christensen, Ana B.; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & HistologyThermotolerance and the effects of hypercapnia on the metabolic rate of the ophiuroid Ophionereis schayeri: Inferences for survivorship in a changing ocean, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, vol.403, 1-2, 2011,pp 31-38