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2003Asynchronous patterns of reproduction for the sympatric scallops Chlamys bifrons and Chlamys asperrima (Bivalvia: Pectinidae) in South AustraliaStyan, Craig; Butler, Alan J; Ecological Impacts CentreAsynchronous patterns of reproduction for the sympatric scallops Chlamys bifrons and Chlamys asperrima (Bivalvia: Pectinidae) in South Australia, Marine and Freshwater Research, vol.54,(1),2003,pp 77-86
2004Elucidating The Ecology Of Bucephalid Parasites Using A Mutation Scanning ApproachStyan, Craig; Abs EL-Osta, Youssef G.; Beveridge, Ian; Gasser, Robin B; Hutson, Kate S; Keough, Michael J; Zhu, Xingquan; Ecological Impacts CentreElucidating The Ecology Of Bucephalid Parasites Using A Mutation Scanning Approach, Molecular and Cellular Probes, vol.18,(2),2004,pp 139-146
2005Evolution of egg size and fertilisation efficiency in sea stars; large eggs are not fertilised more readily than small eggs in the genus Patiriella (Echinodermata: Asteroidea)Byrne, Maria; Styan, Craig; Franke, E.; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; Ecological Impacts CentreEvolution of egg size and fertilisation efficiency in sea stars; large eggs are not fertilised more readily than small eggs in the genus Patiriella (Echinodermata: Asteroidea), Marine Biology, vol.147,(1),2005,pp 235-242
2008Foot mucus is a good source for non-destructive genetic sampling in PolyplacophoraPalmer, Amy; Shearman, Deborah; Styan, Craig; Ecological Impacts Centre; Biological Sciences; Ecological Impacts CentreFoot mucus is a good source for non-destructive genetic sampling in Polyplacophora, Conservation Genetics, vol.9,(N/A),2008,pp 229-231
2003Scallop size does not predict amount or rate of induced sperm releaseStyan, Craig; Butler, Alan J; Ecological Impacts CentreScallop size does not predict amount or rate of induced sperm release, Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology, vol.36,(2),2003,pp 59-65