Robert P Ellis
Robert P Ellis
Research Fellow and Lecturer, University of Exeter
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Immunological function in marine invertebrates: responses to environmental perturbation
RP Ellis, H Parry, JI Spicer, TH Hutchinson, RK Pipe, S Widdicombe
Fish & shellfish immunology 30 (6), 1209-1222, 2011
Subtle but significant effects of CO2 acidified seawater on embryos of the intertidal snail, Littorina obtusata
RP Ellis, J Bersey, SD Rundle, JM Hall-Spencer, JI Spicer
Aquatic Biology 5 (1), 41-48, 2009
Review of climate change impacts on marine aquaculture in the UK and Ireland
R Callaway, AP Shinn, SE Grenfell, JE Bron, G Burnell, EJ Cook, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22 (3), 389-421, 2012
Sex and gender analysis improves science and engineering.
C Tannenbaum, RP Ellis, F Eyssel, J Zou, L Schiebinger
Nature 575, 137-146, 2019
Ocean acidification increases copper toxicity to the early life history stages of the polychaete Arenicola marina in artificial seawater
AL Campbell, S Mangan, RP Ellis, C Lewis
Environmental science & technology 48 (16), 9745-9753, 2014
1H NMR metabolomics reveals contrasting response by male and female mussels exposed to reduced seawater pH, increased temperature, and a pathogen
RP Ellis, JI Spicer, JJ Byrne, U Sommer, MR Viant, DA White, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (12), 7044-7052, 2014
Ocean acidification increases copper toxicity differentially in two key marine invertebrates with distinct acid-base responses
C Lewis, RP Ellis, E Vernon, K Elliot, S Newbatt, RW Wilson
Scientific reports 6, 21554, 2016
Lessons from two high CO2 worlds–future oceans and intensive aquaculture
RP Ellis, MA Urbina, RW Wilson
Global change biology 23 (6), 2141-2148, 2017
Ocean acidification and host–pathogen interactions: blue mussels, Mytilus edulis, encountering Vibrio tubiashii
ME Asplund, SP Baden, S Russ, RP Ellis, N Gong, BE Hernroth
Environmental microbiology 16 (4), 1029-1039, 2014
European sea bass, Dicentrarchus labrax, in a changing ocean
EC Pope, RP Ellis, M Scolamacchia, JWS Scolding, A Keay, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (9), 2519-2530, 2014
Pathogenic challenge reveals immune trade-off in mussels exposed to reduced seawater pH and increased temperature
RP Ellis, S Widdicombe, H Parry, TH Hutchinson, JI Spicer
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 462, 83-89, 2015
Does sex really matter? Explaining intraspecies variation in ocean acidification responses
RP Ellis, W Davison, AM Queirˇs, KJ Kroeker, P Calosi, S Dupont, ...
Biology Letters, 2017
The impact of ocean acidification, increased seawater temperature and a bacterial challenge on the immune response and physiology of the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis.
RP Ellis
University of Plymouth, 2013
New insights into organ-specific oxidative stress mechanisms using a novel biosensor zebrafish
S Mourabit, JA Fitzgerald, RP Ellis, A Takesono, CS Porteus, M Trznadel, ...
Environment international 133, 105138, 2019
How do abiotic environmental conditions influence shrimp susceptibility to disease? A critical analysis focussed on White Spot Disease
RS Millard, RP Ellis, KS Bateman, LK Bickley, CR Tyler, R van Aerle, ...
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 107369, 2020
Impacts of ocean acidification on sperm develop with exposure time for a polychaete with long lived sperm
AL Campbell, RP Ellis, MA Urbina, S Mourabit, TS Galloway, C Lewis
Marine environmental research 129, 268-276, 2017
Is the perceived resiliency of fish larvae to ocean acidification masking more subtle effects?
EC Pope, RP Ellis, M Scolamacchia, JWS Scolding, A Keay, ...
Biogeosciences Discussions 10 (10), 2013
Contribution of social media to cetacean research in Southeast Asia: illuminating populations vulnerable to litter
A Coram, NAS Abreo, RP Ellis, KF Thompson
Biodiversity and Conservation, 1-19, 2021
Optimizing hatchery practices for genetic improvement of marine bivalves
JC Nascimento‐Schulze, TP Bean, RD Houston, EM Santos, MB Sanders, ...
Reviews in Aquaculture, 2021
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