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  • Demography and ecology of southern right whales Eubalaena australis wintering at sub-Antarctic Campbell Island, New Zealand 

    Torres, Leigh; Rayment, Will; Olavarria, Carlos; Thompson, David; Graham, Brittany; Baker, C. Scott; Patenaude, Nathalie; Bury, Sarah Jane; Boren, Laura; Parker, Graham; Carroll, Emma Louise (2017-01) - Journal article
    Since the decimation of the southern right whale Eubalaena australis population in New Zealand by whaling, research on its recovery has focused on the wintering ground at the Auckland Islands, neglecting potentially important ...
  • Enhanced pelagic biomass around coral atolls 

    Letessier, Tom B.; Cox, Martin J.; Meeuwig, Jessica J.; Boersch-Supan, Philipp H.; Brierley, Andrew Stuart (2016-03-21) - Journal article
    Understanding the processes driving the distribution of mid-water prey such as euphausiids and lanternfish is important for effective management and conservation. In the vicinity of abrupt topographic features such as ...
  • In vitro assay development and HTS of small molecule human ABAD/17β-HSD10 inhibitors as therapeutics in Alzheimer’s Disease 

    Aitken, Laura; Baillie, Gemma; Pannifer, Andrew; Morrison, Angus; Jones, Philip S.; Smith, Terry K.; McElroy, Stuart P.; Gunn-Moore, Frank J. (2017-03-17) - Journal article
    A major hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the formation of neurotoxic aggregates composed of the amyloid-β peptide (Aβ). Aβ has been recognized to interact with numerous proteins, resulting in pathological changes ...
  • Thermal biology and nest-site selection in the bee 'Halictus rubicundus' (Hymenoptera : Halictidae) 

    Potts, Simon G. (University of St Andrews, 1996) - Thesis
    Aggregations of the ground-nesting bee Halictus rubicundus were found at several locations across the UK. The phenology, social organisation, nest architecture and foraging behaviour of this bee were described for the ...
  • Extended spider cognition 

    Japyassú, Hilton F.; Laland, Kevin Neville (2017-02-07) - Journal item
    There is a tension between the conception of cognition as a central nervous system (CNS) process, and a view of cognition as extending towards the body or the contiguous environment. The centralised conception requires ...