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2014Nutritional enhancement of leaves by a psyllid through senescence-like processes: insect manipulation or plant defence?Steinbauer, M.; Burns, A.; Hall, A.; Riegler, M.; Taylor, G.
2015Obliquity-driven expansion of North Atlantic sea ice during the last glacialTurney, C.; Thomas, Z.; Hutchinson, D.; Bradshaw, C.; Brook, B.; England, M.; Fogwill, C.; Jones, R.; Palmer, J.; Hughen, K.; Cooper, A.
2012Ocean acidificationHoward, W.R.; Nash, M.; Anthony, K.; Schmutter, K.; Bostock, H.; Bromhead, D.; Byrne, M.; Cummings, V.; Currie, K.; Diaz-Pulido, G.; Eggins, S.; Ellwood, M.; Eyre, B.; Haese, R.; Hallegraeff, G.; Hurd, C.; Law, C.; Lenton, A.; Matear, R.; McNeil, B.; et al.; Poloczanska, E.S.; Hobday, A.J.; Richardson, A.J.
2015Ocean acidification and global warming impair shark hunting behaviour and growthPistevos, J.; Nagelkerken, I.; Rossi, T.; Olmos, M.; Connell, S.
2015Ocean acidification boosts larval fish development but reduces the window of opportunity for successful settlementRossi, T.; Nagelkerken, I.; Simpson, S.; Pistevos, J.; Watson, S.; Merillet, L.; Fraser, P.; Munday, P.; Connell, S.
2015Ocean acidification through the lens of ecological theoryGaylord, B.; Kroeker, K.; Sunday, J.; Anderson, K.; Barry, J.; Brown, N.; Connell, S.; Dupont, S.; Fabricius, K.; Hall-Spencer, J.; Klinger, T.; Milazzo, M.; Munday, P.; Russell, B.; Sanford, E.; Schreiber, S.; Thiyagarajan, V.; Vaughan, M.; Widdicombe, S.; Harley, C.
2016Oil palm expansion drives avifaunal decline in the Pucallpa region of Peruvian AmazoniaSrinivas, A.; Koh, L.
2013On the dimensionality of ecological stabilityDonohue, I.; Petchey, O.; Montoya, J.; Jackson, A.; McNally, L.; Viana, M.; Healy, K.; Lurgi, M.; O'Connor, N.; Emmerson, M.
1999The onset of the juvenile period in carp, Cyprinus carpio: a literature surveyVilizzi, L.; Walker, K.
2001The ontogeny of pulmonary surfactant secretion in the embryonic green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas)Sullivan, Lucy C.; Orgeig, Sandra; Wood, Philip G.; Daniels, Christopher Brian
2002Ontogeny of the pulmonary surfactant and antioxidant enzyme systems in the viviparous lizard, Tiliqua rugosaJohnston, Sonya D.; Starrs, A. P.; Daniels, Christopher Brian; Orgeig, Sandra
2017Opportunities for integrated ecological analysis across inland Australia with standardised data from AusPlots RangelandsGuerin, G.; Sparrow, B.; Tokmakoff, A.; Smyth, A.; Leitch, E.; Baruch, Z.; Lowe, A.
2002Opposing states of subtidal habitat across temperate Australia: consistency and predictability in kelp canopy-benthic associationsFowler-Walker, M.; Connell, S.
2015Opsin transcripts of predatory diving beetles: a comparison of surface and subterranean photic nichesTierney, S.; Cooper, S.; Saint, K.; Bertozzi, T.; Hyde, J.; Humphreys, W.; Austin, A.
2011Optimised captive husbandry conditions for the Western Australian 'Marri Millipede' Antichiropus variabilis (Diplopoda: Polydesmida: Paradoxosomatidae), with notes on natural history and tissue preservation techniquesWojcieszek, J.; Harvey, M.; Rix, M.
2013Options for managing hypoxic blackwater in river systems: case studies and frameworkWhitworth, K.; Kerr, J.; Mosley, L.; Conallin, J.; Hardwick, L.; Baldwin, D.
2011Ordovician vs. 'Cambrian' Ichnofossils in the Armorican quartzite of central PortugalSA, A.; Gutierrez-Marco, J.; Picarra, J.; Garcia-Bellido, D.; Vaz, N.; Acenolaza, G.; International Symposium on the Ordovician System (ISOS) (09 May 2011 - 13 May 2011 : Spain)
2016Organic materials retain high proportion of protons, iron and aluminium from acid sulphate soil drainage water with little subsequent releaseDang, T.; Mosley, L.; Fitzpatrick, R.; Marschner, P.
2001Orientation and position of substrata have large effects on epibiotic assemblagesGlasby, T.; Connell, S.
2013Orientation from open water to settlement habitats by coral reef fish: Behavioral flexibility in the use of multiple reliable cuesIgulu, M.; Nagelkerken, I.; van der Beek, M.; Schippers, M.; van Eck, R.; Mgaya, Y.