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Risk from Diarrhetic Shellfish Toxins and Dinophysis to the Australian shellfish industry

Project Member(s): Ajani, P., Murray, S.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Fisheries Research and Development Corporation RDC (Fisheries Research and Development Corporation - Annual Open Call Funding Round RDC)
Fisheries Research and Development Corporation RDC (Fisheries Research and Development Corporation - Annual Open Call Funding Round RDC)

Start year: 2019

Publications:

Murray, S, Ajani, P, Verma, A, Ruvindy, R, Kim, JH & McLennan, K 1970, 'Modelling harmful algal blooms in eastern Australian estuaries using quantitative PCR and molecular barcoding, Abstract at the International Phycological Congress', International Phycological Congress, Chile, pp. 228-228.

Ajani, P, Farrell, H, Hallegraeff, G, Helleren, S, Lamb, P, Turnbull, A, Zammit, A & Murray, S Fisheries Research and Development Corporation 2021, Risk from Diarrhetic Shellfish Toxins and Dinophysis to the Australian Shellfish Industry., no. Final Report, Sydney.

Murray, S, Ajani, P, Verma, A, Kim, JH, Ruvindy, R & McLennan, K 1970, 'Using molecular ecological techniques to detect harmful algal bloom (HAB) species impacting aquaculture. Talk at the Australian Society for Phycology and Aquatic Botany Conference', Australian Society for Phycology and Aquatic Botany Conference, Melbourne.

Ajani, P, Farrell, H, Hallegraeff, G, Helleren, S, Lamb, P, Turnbull, A, Zammit, A & Murray, S 1970, 'Diarrhetic Shellfish Toxins in Australian Shellfish', Australian Shellfish Quality Assurance Advisory Committee's National Shellfish Symposium, Perth, WA.

FOR Codes: Aquaculture, Fisheries - Aquaculture