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Effects of air-exposure gradients on spatial infection patterns of Perkinsus marinus in the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica.
Malek, J; Breitburg, D. 2016. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 118(2):139-151
 
Design approach for a containment barrier system for in-situ setting of Crassostrea virginica for aquaculture and restoration applications.
Fredriksson, DW; Steppe, CN; Luznik, L; Wallendorf, L; Mayer, RH. 2016. Aquacultural Engineering 70:42-55
 
Direct setting of Crassostrea virginica larvae in a tidal tributary: applications for shellfish restoration and aquaculture.
Steppe, CN; Fredriksson, DW; Wallendorf, L; Nikolov, M; Mayer, R. 2016. Marine Ecology Progress Series 546:97-112
 
Modeling the impact of floating oyster (Crassostrea virginica) aquaculture on sediment-water nutrient and oxygen fluxes.
Testa, JM; Brady, DC; Cornwell, JC; Owens, MS; Sanford, LP; Newell, CR; Suttles, SE; Newell; RIE. 2015. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 7(3):205-222
 
Creative financing programs to support development of shellfish aquaculture in Maryland.
Parker, MD. 2015. World Aquaculture Magazine:64-65
 
The relationship between interannual climate variability and juvenile eastern oyster abundance at a regional scale in Chesapeake Bay.
Kimmel, DG; Tarnowski, M; Newell, RIE. 2014. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34(1):1-15
 
Long-term (1939 to 2008) spatial patterns in juvenile Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica, Gmelin 1791) abundance in the Maryland portion of Chesapeake Bay.
Kimmel, DG; Tarnowski, M; Newell, RIE. 2012. Journal of Shellfish Research 31(4):1023-1031
 
The natural resistance-associated macrophage protein from the protozoan parasite Perkinsus marinus mediates iron uptake.
Lin, Z; Fernandez-Robledo, JA; Cellier, MFM; Vasta, GR. 2011. Biochemistry 50(29):6340-6355
 
Lessons learned from efforts to restore oyster populations in Maryland and Virginia, 1990 to 2007.
Kennedy, VS; Breitburg, DL; Christman, MC; Luckenbach, MW; Paynter, K; Kramer, J; Sellner, KG; Dew-Baxter, J; Keller, C; Mann, R. 2011. Journal of Shellfish Research 30(3):719-731
 
Oyster shell dissolution rates in estuarine waters: effects of pH and shell legacy.
Waldbusser, GG; Steenson, RA; Green, MA. 2011. Journal of Shellfish Research 30(3):659-669
 
Performance of disease-tolerant strains of eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) in the Patuxent River, Maryland, 2003 to 2007.
Abbe, GR; McCollough, CB; Barker, LS; Dungan, CF. 2010. Journal of Shellfish Research 29(1):161-175
 
The Alveolate Perkinsus marinus: biological insights from EST gene discovery.
Joseph, SJ; Fernandez-Robledo, JA; Gardner, MJ; El-Sayed, NM; Kuo, CH; Schott, EJ; Wang, H; Kissinger, JC; Vasta, GR. 2010. BMC Genomics 11:1-21
 
Growth rates and prevalence of Perkinsus marinus prevalence in restored oyster populations in Maryland.
Paynter, KT; Politano, V; Lane, HA; Allen, SM; Meritt, D. 2010. Journal of Shellfish Research 29(2):309-317
 
A comparison of Crassostrea virginica and C. ariakensis in Chesapeake Bay: does oyster species affect habitat function?
Harwell, HD; Kingsley-Smith, PR; Kellogg, ML; Allen, SM; Allen, SK; Meritt, DW; Paynter, KT; Luckenbach, MW. 2010. Journal of Shellfish Research 29(2):253-269
 
A cultural model assessment of oyster restoration alternatives for the Chesapeake Bay.
Paolisso, M; Dery, N. 2010. Human Organization 69(2):169-179
 
Biological and hydrodynamic design considerations for vertically oriented oyster grow out structures.
Fredriksson, DW; Steppe, CN; Wallendorf, L; Sweeney, S; Kriebel, D. 2010. Aquacultural Engineering 42(2):57-69
 
Discriminatory predation by three invertebrates on eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) compared with non-native Suminoe oysters (C-ariakensis).
Kennedy, VS; Shaw, KS; Newell, RI. 2009. Invertebrate Biology 128(1):16-25
 
Metals and membrane metal transporters in biological systems: the role(s) of Nramp in host-parasite interactions.
Lin, Z; Fernandez-Robledo, JA; Cellier, MFM; Vasta, GR. 2009. The Journal of the Argentine Chemical Society 97(1):210-225
 
Development of an in vitro assay to examine intracellular survival of perkinsus marinus trophozoites upon phagocytosis by oyster (crassostrea virginica and c.
Alavi, MR; Fernandez-Robledo, JA; Vasta, GR. 2009. Journal of Parasitology 95(4):900-907
 
Modeling the Effects of Oyster Reefs and Breakwaters on Seagrass Growth.
Smith, KA; North, EW; Shi, F; Chen, SN; Hood, RW.; Koch, EW; Newell, RIE. 2009. Estuaries and Coasts 32(4):748-757
 
Survival and growth of triploid Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791) and C. Ariakensis (Fujita, 1913) in bottom environments of Chesapeake Bay: implications for an introduction.
Kingsley-Smith, PR; Harwell, HD; Kellogg, ML; Allen, SM; Allen, SK; Meritt, DW; Paynter, KT; Luckenbach, MW. 2009. Journal of Shellfish Research 28(2):169-184
 
Crassostrea ariakensis in Chesapeake Bay: Growth, disease and mortality in shallow subtidal environments.
Paynter, KT; Goodwin, JD; Chen, ME; Ward, NJ; Sherman, MW; Meritt, DW; Allen, SK. 2008. Journal of Shellfish Research 27(3):509-515
 
Molecular epizootiology of Perkinsus marinus and P-chesapeaki infections among wild oysters and clams in Chesapeake Bay, USA.
Reece, KS; Dungan, CF; Burreson, EM. 2008. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 82(3):237-248
 
Application of molecular tools for the survey of bacterial pathogens associated with Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin 1791) and Crassostrea ariakensis (Fujita 1913).
Alavi, MR; Schott, EJ; Saito, K; Vasta, GR. 2008. Journal of Shellfish Research 27(3):551-558
 
Evaluating recruitment contribution of a selectively bred aquaculture line of the oyster, Crassostrea virginica used in restoration efforts.
Carlsson, J; Carnegie, RB; Cordes, JF; Hare, MP; Leggett, AT; Reece, KS. 2008. Journal of Shellfish Research 27(5):1117-1124
 
Susceptibility of Crassostrea ariakensis (Fujita 1913) to Bonamia and Perkinsus spp. infections: Potential for disease transmission between oyster species.
Schott, EJ; Fernandez-Robledo, JA; Alavi, MR; Vasta, GR. 2008. Journal of Shellfish Research 27(3):541-549
 
Perkinsus marinus superoxide dismutase 2 (PmSOD2) localizes to single-membrane subcellular compartments.
Fernandez-Robledo, JA; Schott, EJ; Vasta, GR. 2008. Biochemical and Bioshysical Research Communications 375(2):215-219
 
Assessment of the northern distribution range of selected Perkinsus species in eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) and hard clams (Mercenaria mercenaria) with the use of PCR-based detection assays.
Pecher, WT; Alavi, MR; Schott, EJ; Fernandez-Robledo, JA; Roth, L; Berg, ST; Vasta, GR. 2008. Journal of Parasitology 94(2):410-422
 
Cryptic ecological diversification of a planktonic estuarine copepod, Acartia tonsa.
Chen, G; Hare, MP. 2008. Molecular Ecology 17(6):1451-1468
 
Transfection of the protozoan parasite Perkinsus marinus.
Fernandez-Robledo, JA; Lin, Z; Vasta, GR. 2008. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 157(1):44-53
 
Effects of the dinoflagellates Karlodinium veneficum and Prorocentrum minimum on early life history stages of the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica).
Stoecker, DK; Adolf, JE; Place, AR; Glibert, PM; Meritt, DW. 2008. Marine Biology 154(1):81-90
 
Differential production of feces and pseudofeces by the oyster Crassostrea ariakensis when exposed to diets containing harmful dinoflagellate and raphidophyte species.
Alexander, JA; Stoecker, DK; Meritt, DW; Alexander, ST; Padeletti, A; Johns, D; Van Heukelem, L; Glibert, PM. 2008. Journal of Shellfish Research 27(3):567-579
 
Economic benefits of a restored oyster fishery in Chesapeake Bay.
Lipton, D. 2008. Journal of Shellfish Research 27(3):619-623
 
A nearshore model to investigate the effects of seagrass bed geometry on wave attenuation and suspended sediment transport.
Chen, SN; Sanford, LP; Koch, EW; Shi, F; North, EW. 2007. Estuaries and Coasts 30(2):296-310
 
Comparative vulnerability to predators, and induced defense responses, of eastern oysters Crassostrea virginica and non-native Crassostrea ariakensis oysters in Chesapeake Bay.
Newell, RIE; Kennedy, VS; Shaw, KS. 2007. Marine Biology 152(2):449-460
 
Growth and mortality of dermo-disease-free juvenile oysters (Crassostrea virginica) at three salinity regimes in an enzootic area of Chesapeake Bay.
Albright, BW; Abbe, GR; McCollough, CB; Barker, LS; Dungan, CF. 2007. Journal of Shellfish Research 26(2):451-463
 
Acquisition and progression of Perkinsus marinas infections by specific-pathogen-free juvenile oysters (Crassostrea virginica Gmelin) in a mesohaline Chesapeake Bay tributary.
McCollough, CB; Albright, BW; Abbe, GR; Barker, LS; Dungan, CF. 2007. Journal of Shellfish Research 26(2):465-477
 
Top-down control of phytoplankton by oysters in Chesapeake Bay, USA: Comment on Pomeroy et al. (2006).
Newell, RIE; Kemp, WM; Hagy, JD; Cerco, CF; Testa, JM; Boynton, WR . 2007. Marine Ecology Progress Series 341:293-298
 
A framework for developing "ecological carrying capacity" mathematical models for bivalve mollusc aquaculture.
Newell, RIE. 2007. Bulletin of Fisheries Research Agency 19:41-51
 
Experimental cross-infections by Perkinsus marinus and P. chesapeaki in three sympatric species of Chesapeake Bay oysters and clams.
Dungan, CF; Reece, KS; Hamilton, RM; Stokes, NA; Burreson, EM. 2007. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 76(1):67-75
 
Structures of PmSOD1 and PmSOD2, two superoxide dismutases from the protozoan parasite Perkinsus marinus.
Asojo, OA; Schott, EJ; Vasta, GR; Silva, AM. 2006. Acta Crystallographica 62:1072-1075
 
A genetic test for recruitment enhancement in Chesapeake Bay oysters, Crassostrea virginica, after population supplementation with a disease tolerant strain.
Hare, MP; Allen, SK; Bloomer, P; Camara, MD; Carnegie, RB; Murfree, J; Luckenbach, M; Meritt, D; Morrison, C; Paynter, K; Reece, KS; Rose, CG. 2006. Conservation Genetics 7(5):717-734
 
Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay using a non-native oyster: Ecological and fishery considerations.
Paolisso, M; Dery, N; Herman, S. 2006. Human Organization 65(3):253-267
 
Isolation by distance in the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica, in Chesapeake Bay.
Rose, CG; Paynter, KT; Hare, MP. 2006. Journal of Heredity 97(2):158-170
 
Real-time PCR investigation of parasite ecology: in situ determination of oyster parasite Perkinsus marinus transmission dynamics in lower Chesapeake Bay.
Audemard, C; Calvo, LMR; Paynter, KT; Reece, KS; Burreson, EM. 2006. Parasitology 132:827-842
 
A genomic scan for divergent selection in a secondary contact zone between Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico oysters, Crassostrea virginica.
Murray, MC; Hare, MP. 2006. Molecular Ecology 15(13):4229-4242
 
Influence of eastern oysters on nitrogen and phosphorus regeneration in Chesapeake Bay, USA.
2005. In Dame, RF; Olenin, S (Ed.), The Comparative Roles of Suspension-Feeders in Ecosystems (pp. 93-120). Kluwer Academic Publishers
 
Assessment of recent habitat conditions of eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica bars in mesohaline Chesapeake Bay.
Smith, GF; Bruce, DG; Roach, EB; Hansen, A; Newell, RTE; McManus, AM. 2005. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25(4):1569-1590
 
Molecular, morphological, and experimental evidence support the synonymy of Perkinsus chesapeaki and Perkinsus andrewsi.
Burreson, EM; Reece, KS; Dungan, CF. 2005. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 52(3):258-270
 
Resistance of dermo in eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin), of North Carolina but not Chesapeake Bay heritage.
Brown, BL; Butt, AJ; Shelton, SW; Meritt, D; Paynter, KT. 2005. Aquaculture Research 36(14):1391-1399
 
Comparison of dermo disease acquisition and seasonality between standard and two disease tolerant strains of the eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) in a tributary of Chesapeake Bay.
McCollough, CB; Dungan, CF; Abbe, GR; Morrell, CA. 2005. Journal of Shellfish Research 24(2):666-666
 
Diamondback terrapin mortality in the American eel pot fishery and evaluation of a bycatch reduction device.
Radzio, TA; Roosenburg, WM. 2005. Estuaries 28(4):620-626
 
Ecosystem influences of natural and cultivated populations of suspension-feeding bivalve molluscs: A review.
Newell, RIE. 2004. Journal of Shellfish Research 23(1):51-61
 
Development of a PCR-ELISA assay for diagnosis of Perkinsus marinus and Perkinsus atlanticus infections in bivalve molluscs.
Elandalloussi, LM; Leite, RM; Afonso, R; Nunes, PA; Robledo, JAF; Vasta, GR; Cancela, ML. 2004. Molecular and Cellular Probes 18(2):89-96
 
Identification of a second rRNA gene unit in the Perkinsus andrewsi genome.
Pecher, WT; Robledo, JAF; Vasta, GR. 2004. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 51(2):234-245
 
Gene organization and expression of the divalent cation transporter Nramp in the protistan parasite Perkinus marinus.
Robledo, JAF; Courville, P; Cellier, MFM; Vasta, GR. 2004. Journal of Parasitology 90(5):1004-1014
 
Perkiasus sp infection risk for manila clams, Venerupis philippinarum (A. Adams and Reeve, 1850) on the Pacific coast of North and Central America.
Elston, RA; Dungan, CF; Meyers, TR; Reece, KS. 2004. Journal of Shellfish Research 23(1):101-105
 
Long-term projections of eastern oyster populations under various management scenarios.
Jordan, SJ; Coakley, JM. 2004. Journal of Shellfish Research 23(1):63-72
 
The protistan parasite Perkinsus marinus is resistant to selected reactive oxygen species.
Schott, EJ; Pecher, WT; Okafor, F; Vasta, GR. 2003. Experimental Parasitology 105(3-4):232-240
 
Superoxide dismutases from the oyster parasite Perkinsus marinus: purification, biochemical characterization, and development of a plate microassay for activity.
Ahmed, H; Schott, EJ; Gauthier, JD; Vasta, GR. 2003. Analytical Biochemistry 318(1):132-141
 
Gene organization and homology modeling of two iron superoxide dismutases of the early branching protist Perkinsus marinus.
Schott, EJ; Robledo, JAF; Wright, AC; Silva, AM; Vasta, GR. 2003. Gene 309(1):1-9
 
The PmSOD1 gene of the protistan parasite Perkinsus marinus complements the sod2 Delta mutant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and directs an iron superoxide dismutase to mitochondria.
Schott, EJ; Vasta, GR. 2003. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 126(1):81-92
 
The location, composition, and origin of oyster bars in mesohaline Chesapeake Bay.
Smith, GF; Roach, EB; Bruce, DG. 2003. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 56(2):391-409
 
Environmental effects on Perkinsus marinus infection rates, growth and survival among dermo-disease-free juvenile oysters in the Patuxent River, Maryland during drought conditions.
Abbe, GR; Morrell, CA; McCollough, CB; Dungan, CF. 2003. Journal of Shellfish Research 22(1):317-317
 

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