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2004Effects of ultraviolet radiation and visible light on the development of encapsulated molluscan embryosBenkendorff, Kirsten; Przeslawski, Rachel; Davis, Andrew
2010Enhanced acute apoptotic response to azoxymethane-induced DNA damage in the rodent colonic epithelium by Tyrian purple precursors: a potential colorectal cancer chemopreventativeLe Leu, Richard Kevin; Westley, Chantel Barbara; Benkendorff, Kirsten; Abbott, Catherine Anne; McIver, Cassandra
2005Free fatty acids and sterols in the benthic spawn of aquatic molluscs, and their associated antimicrobial propertiesBenkendorff, Kirsten; Davis, Andrew; Rogers, Cary; Bremner, John B
2004Gastropod egg mass deposition on a temperate, wave-exposed coastline in New South Wales, Australia: implications for intertidal conservationBenkendorff, Kirsten; Davis, Andrew
2008Histochemical correlations between egg capsule laminae and the female gonoduct reveal the process of capsule formation in the muricidae (Neogastropoda: Mollusca)Westley, Chantel Barbara; Benkendorff, Kirsten
2010Histomorphology of the female pallial gonoduct in Dicathais orbita (Neogastropoda, Muricidae): sperm passage, fertilization, and sperm storage potentialWestley, Chantel Barbara; Benkendorff, Kirsten; Lewis, Michelle C
2010Histomorphology of the hypobranchial gland in Dicathais orbita (Gmelin, 1791) (Neogastropoda: Muricidae)Westley, Chantel Barbara; Benkendorff, Kirsten; Lewis, Michelle C
2008The impact of diet on the growth and proximate composition of juvenile whelks, Dicathais orbita (Gastropoda: Mollusca).Woodcock, Skye; Benkendorff, Kirsten
2005Intertidal molluscan and echinoderm diversity at Althorpe Island and Innes National Park, South AustraliaBenkendorff, Kirsten
2008Intertidal shores: life on the edgeDittmann, Sabine Resi; Fairweather, Peter George; Benkendorff, Kirsten
2007In vitro cytotoxicity evaluation of some substituted isatin derivativesBenkendorff, Kirsten; Vine, Kara L; Locke, Julie M; Ranson, Marie; Pyne, Stephen G; Bremner, John B
2008Is relative abundance a good predictor of population size?: evidence from fragmented populations of a specialist butterfly (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae).Benkendorff, Kirsten; Collier, Neil; Mackay, Duncan Alexander
2009Monthly variation of condition index, energy reserves and antibacterial activity in Pacific oysters, Crassostrea gigas, in Stansbury (South Australia)Li, Xiaoxu; Benkendorff, Kirsten; Li, Yan; Qin, Jianguang
2008Multiple measures are necessary to assess rarity in macro-molluscs: a case study from southeastern AustraliaBenkendorff, Kirsten; Przeslawski, Rachel
2004Observations on the production of purple pigments in the egg capsules, hypobranchial and reproductive glands from seven species Muricidae (Gastropoda: Mollusca)Benkendorff, Kirsten; Westley, Chantel Barbara; Gallardo, Carlos S
2006A proposed functional role for indole derivatives in reproduction and defense of the Muricidae (Neogastropoda: Mollusca)Westley, Chantel Barbara; Vine, Kara L; Benkendorff, Kirsten
2005A quantitative survey of mycosporine-like amino acids (MAAs) in intertidal egg masses from temperate rocky shoresPrzeslawski, Rachel; Davis, Andrew; Benkendorff, Kirsten
2005Responses of common SE Australian herbivores ot three suspected invasive Caulerpa spp.Davis, Andrew; Benkendorff, Kirsten; Ward, D W
2005The role of surface fouling in the development of encapsulated gastropod embryosPrzeslawski, Rachel; Benkendorff, Kirsten
2008Sex-specific Tyrian purple genesis: precursor and pigment distribution in the reproductive system of the marine mollusc Dicathais orbitaWestley, Chantel Barbara; Benkendorff, Kirsten
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