MRD Contributions 601-650

C – 601 Warr, G.W., J.S. Almeida, and R.W. Chapman. 2007. Computational challenges for the analysis of large datasets related to aquatic environmental genomics, pp. 413-426. IN: Zhanjiang (John) Liu. Aquaculture Genome Technologies. Ames, Iowa: Blackwell Publishing.

C – 603 Wetz, M.S., A.J. Lewitus, E.T. Koepfler, and K.C. Hayes. 2002. Impact of the Eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica on microbial community structure in a salt marsh estuary. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 28: 87-97. [Open access and available online to all users.]

C – 604 Wetz, M.S., K.C. Hayes, A.J. Lewitus, J.L. Wolny, and D.L. White. 2006. Variability in phytoplankton pigment biomass and taxonomic composition over tidal cycles in a salt marsh estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series 320: 109-120. [Open access and available online to all users.]

C – 606 Garcia, S.P., L.B. DeLancey, J.S. Almeida, and R.W. Chapman. 2007. Ecoforecasting in real time for commercial fisheries: the Atlantic white shrimp as a case study. Marine Biology 152:15-24.

C – 607 Sedberry, G.R., H.S. Meister, and J.K. Loefer. 2007. First in-situ observation of a frill shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus, and an additional record for the western North Atlantic. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science 123: 127-132.

C – 609 Coen, L.D., R.E. Grizzle, J.L. Lowery, K.T. Paynter. 2007. The Importance of Habitat Created by Molluscan Shellfish to Managed Species along the Atlantic Coast of the United States. ASMFC Habitat Management Series #8. J. Thomas and J. Nygard, editors. Washington D.C.: Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission. [Open access and available online to all users.]

C – 610 Baker, TG, S. Morand, C.A. Wenner, W.A. Roumillat, I. de Buron. 2007. Stock identification of the sciaenid fish Micropogonias undulatus in the western North Atlantic Ocean using parasites as biological tags. Journal of Helminthology 81: 155-167.

C – 611 Liu, J., A.J. Lewitus, J.W. Kempton, and S.B. Wilde. 2008. The association of algicidal bacteria and raphidophyte blooms in South Carolina brackish detention ponds. Harmful Algae 7: 184-193.

C – 613 Bergquist, D.C., D. Heuberger, L.N. Sturmer, and S.M. Baker. 2009. Continuous water quality monitoring for the hard clam industry in Florida, USA. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 148: 409-419.

C – 614 Denson, M.R., W.E. Jenkins, D.L. Berlinsky, and T.I.J. Smith . 2007. A comparison of human chorionic gonadotropin and luteinizing hormone releasing hormone analogue for ovulation induction in black sea bass Centropristis striata (Linnaeus, 1758). Aquaculture Research 38: 918-925.

C – 615 Mancia, A., T.A. Romano, H.A. Gefroh, R.W. Chapman, D.L. Middleton, G.W. Warr, and M.L. Lundqvist. 2007. Characterization of the immunoglobulin a heavy chain gene of the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus). Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 118: 304–309.

C – 616 Coen, L.D., R.D. Brumbaugh, D. Bushek, R. Grizzle, M.W. Luckenbach, M.H. Posey, S.P. Powers, and S.G. Tolley. 2007. Ecosystem services related to oyster restoration. Marine Ecology Progress Series 341: 303-307. [Open access and available online to all users.]

C – 617 Liu, J., A.J. Lewitus, P. Brown, and S.B. Wilde. 2008. Growth-promoting effects of a bacterium on raphidophytes and other phytoplankton. Harmful Algae 7: 1-10.

C – 618 Jenny M.J., R.W. Chapman, A. Mancia, Y.A. Chen, D.J. McKillen, H. Trent, P. Lang, J-M Escoubas, E. Bachere, V. Boulo, Z.J. Liu, P.S. Gross, C. Cunningham, P.M. Cupit, A. Tanguy, X. Guo, D. Moraga, I.Boutet, A. Huvet, S. De Guise, J.S. Almeida, and G.W. Warr. 2007. A cDNA microarray for Crassostrea virginica and C. gigas. Marine Biotechnology 9: 577-591.

C – 619 Kempton, J., C.J. Keppler, A. Lewitus, A. Shuler, and S. Wilde. 2008. A novel Heterosigma akashiwo (Raphidophyceae) bloom extending from a South Carolina bay to offshore waters. Harmful Algae 8: 235-240.

C – 620 Harris, P.J., D.M. Wyanski, D.B. White, and P.P. Mikell. 2007. Age, growth, and reproduction of greater amberjack off the southeastern U. S. Atlantic coast. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136: 1534-1545.

C – 621 Denson, M.R. and T.I.J. Smith. 2008. Use of oxytetracycline to mark larval red drum: survival and mark persistence. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28: 1779-1789.

C – 622 Heard, R.W. and R.A. King. 2007. Crosniera wennerae, a new species of thalassinidean (Crustacea: Decapoda: Thomassiniidae) from the South Atlantic Bight. Zootaxa 1644: 41-49. [Open access and available online to all users.]

C – 623 de la Vega, E., N.A. O’Leary, J.E. Shockey, J. Robalino, C. Payne, C.L. Browdy, G.W. Warr, and P.S. Gross. 2008. Anti-lipopolysaccharide factor in Litopenaeus vannamei (LvALF): A broad spectrum antimicrobial peptide essential for shrimp immunity against bacterial and fungal infections. Molecular Immunolgy 45: 1916-1925.

C – 625 Negreiros-Fransozo M.L., N. Meyers, V. Fransozo, and S. Thorton-De-Victor. 2007. The megalopa stage of Portunus spinimanus (Latreille, 1819) and Portunus gibbesii (Stimpson, 1859) (Decapoda, Brachyura, Portunidae) from the southeastern Atlantic coast of the United States. Zootaxa 1638: 21-37.

C – 626 Van Dolah, R.F., G.H.M. Riekerk, D.C. Bergquist, J. Felber, D.E. Chestnut, and A.F. Holland. 2008. Estuarine habitat quality reflects urbanization at large spatial scales in South Carolina’s coastal zone. Science of the Total Environment 390: 142-154.

C – 627 Calder, D.R. 2009. Cubozoan and Scyphozoan Jellyfishes of the Carolinian Biogeographic Province, Southeastern USA. ROM Contributions in Science 3. Toranto: Royal Ontario Museum.

C – 629 King, R.A. 2008. A re-description of Accalathura crenulata (Richardson, 1901) from type material and the description of two new Accalathura species (Crustacea: Isopoda: Cymothoida). Zootaxa 1761: 17-29.

C – 630 Rijiravanich, A., C.L. Browdy, and B. Withyachumnarnkul. 2008. Knocking down caspace-3 by RNAi reduces mortality in Pacific white shrimp Penaeus (Litopenaeus) vannamei challenged with a low dose of white-spot syndrome virus. Fish & Shellfish Immunology 24: 308-313.

C – 632 Filer, K.R. and G.R. Sedberry. 2008. Age, growth and reproduction of the barrelfish Hyperoglyphe perciformis (Mitchill) in the western North Atlantic. Journal of Fish Biology 72: 861–882.

C – 633 Hayes, K.C. and A.J. Lewitus. 2009. Eutrophication assessment of lagoonal detention ponds in South Carolina, USA. Journal of Phycology 45(Supplement 1): 24.

C – 634 Mancia, A., G.W. Warr, and R.W. Chapman. 2008. A transcriptomic analysis of the stress induced by capture-release health assessment studies in wild dolphins (Tursiops truncatus). Molecular Ecology 17: 2581–2589.

C – 635 Vandersea, M.W., R.W. Litaker, K.E. Marancik, J.A. Hare, H.J.Walsh, S.Lem, M.A. West, D.M. Wyanski, E.H. Laban, and P.A. Tester. 2008. Identification of larval sea basses (Centropristis spp.) using ribosomal DNA-specific molecular assays. Fishery Bulletin 106: 183–193. [Open access and available online to all users.]

C – 636 DeLancey, L., E. Wenner, and J. Jenkins. 2008. Long-term trawl monitoring of white shrimp, Litopenaeus setiferus (Linnaeus), stocks within the ACE Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve, South Carolina. Journal of Coastal Research Special Issue 55: 193–199.

C – 637 Flemming, A.T., J.E. Weinstein, and A.J. Lewitus. 2008. Survey of PAH in low density residential stormwater ponds in coastal South Carolina: false dark mussels (Mytilopsis leucophaeata) as potential biomonitors. Marine Pollution Bulletin 56: 1598-1608.

C – 639 Hadley, N.H., M. Hodges, D.H. Wilber, and L.D. Coen. 2010. Evaluating intertidal oyster reef development in South Carolina using associated faunal indicators. Restoration Ecology 18: 691-701.

C – 640 Grizzle, R.E., J.K. Greene, and L.D. Coen. 2008. Seston removal by natural and constructed intertidal eastern oyster (Cassostrea virginica) reefs: a comparison with previous laboratory studies and the value of in situ methods. Estuaries and Coasts 31: 1208-1220.

C – 641 Lewitus, A.J., L.M. Brock, M.K. Burke, K.A. DeMattio, and S.B. Wilde. 2008. Lagoonal stormwater detention ponds as promoters of harmful algal blooms and eutrophication along the South Carolina coast. Harmful Algae 8: 60-65.

C – 642 Browdy, C.L., J.A. Venero, A.D. Stokes, and J.Leffler. 2009. Superintensive bio-floc production technologies for marine shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei: technical challenges and opportunities, pp. 1010-1028. IN: G. Burnell and G. Allan, editors. New Technologies in Aquaculture: Improving Production Efficiency, Quality and Environmental Management. Oxford: WoodHead Publishing Limited; Boca Raton: CRC Press.

C – 643 Robbins, S.N., T.L. Darden, A.O. Ball, and M.R. Denson. 2008. Genetic parentage analysis of red drum in South Carolina and the use of genotypic data from archived otoliths. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28: 1796–1801.

C – 644 Robalino, J., R.B. Carnegie, N. O’Leary, S.A. Ouvry-Patat, E. de la Vega, S. Prior, P.S. Gross, C.L. Browdy, R.W. Chapman, K.L. Schey, and G. Warr. 2009. Contributions of functional genomics and proteomics to the study of immune responses in the Pacific white leg shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 128(1-3):110-118.

C – 645 Leffler, J.W., D. Arrington, G. Seaborn, and C.L. Browdy. 2009. Fatty acid composition of red drum maintained by fishmeal, fish oil substitutes in diets. Global Aquaculture Advocate 12(1): 70-71.

C – 646 Venero, J.A., B. McAbee, A. Lawson, B. Thomas, A.A. Stokes, J.W. Leffler, and C.L. Browdy. 2009. Greenhouse-enclosed super-intensive shrimp production: alternative to traditional ponds in U.S. Global Aquaculture Advocate 12(1): 61-64.

C – 647 Leffler, J.W., C.L. Browdy, G. Seaborn, and E. Wirth. 2008. Healthy alternative: shrimp provide beneficial fatty acids at low risk. Global Aquaculture Advocate 11(4): 20-23.

C – 648 Leffler, J.W., C.L. Browdy, and T.I.J. Smith. 2006. Risk assessment: NOAA initiative examines fatty acids, contaminants in red drum, shrimp. Global Aquaculture Advocate 9(2): 40-42.

C – 649 Ray, A.J., A.J. Shuler, J.W. Leffler, and C.L. Browdy. 2009. Microbial ecology and management of biofloc systems, pp. 19-30. IN: C.L. Browdy and D.E. Jory, editors. The Rising Tide, Proceedings of the Special Session on Sustainable Shrimp Farming. Baton Rouge: World Aquaculture Society.

C – 650 Fountain, J., T. Darden, W. Jenkins, and M. Denson. 2009. Three multiplexed microsatellite panels for striped bass. Southeastern Naturalist 8: 671-676.