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Can Lateral Gene Transfer Lead to Ecological Innovation in Eukaryotes? The role of Saxitoxin in the Diversification of Alexandrium. - DP120103199.

Funding: 2012: $90,000

Project Member(s): Murray, S.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Research Council (ARC Discovery Projects)

Start year: 2012

Publications:

Murray, S, Verma, A, Barua, A, Ruvindy, R, Savela, H & Kohli, G 2019, 'The molecular ecology and evolution of toxin synthesis in marine microbial eukaryotes', Genetics Society of Australasia, Melbourne.

Litaker, RW, Fraga, S, Montresor, M, Brosnahan, M, Anderson, D, Hoppenrath, M, Murray, S, Wolny, J, John, U, Sampedro, N, Larsen, J & Calado, A 2018, 'A practical guide to the new nomenclature for species within the "Alexandrium tamarense" species complex', Harmful algae news / Unesco; IOC; Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, vol. 61, pp. 13-15.

Ruvindy, R, Bolch, CJ, MacKenzie, L, Smith, KF & Murray, SA 2018, 'qPCR Assays for the Detection and Quantification of Multiple Paralytic Shellfish Toxin-Producing Species of Alexandrium.', Frontiers in microbiology, vol. 9.
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FOR Codes: Population, Ecological and Evolutionary Genetics, Aquaculture Oysters