Sandra Shumway
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A review of the effects of algal blooms on shellfish and aquaculture
SE Shumway
Journal of the world aquaculture society 21 (2), 65-104, 1990
9321990
Separating the grain from the chaff: particle selection in suspension-and deposit-feeding bivalves
JE Ward, SE Shumway
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 300 (1-2), 83-130, 2004
5682004
Paralytic shellfish toxins in bivalve molluscs: occurrence, transfer kinetics, and biotransformation
VM Bricelj, SE Shumway
Reviews in Fisheries Science 6 (4), 315-383, 1998
5381998
Particle selection, ingestion, and absorption in filter-feeding bivalves
SE Shumway, TL Cucci, RC Newell, CM Yentsch
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 91 (1-2), 77-92, 1985
5141985
Natural environmental factors
VS Kennedy, RIE Newell, S Shumway
The eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica. Maryland Sea Grant: College Parká…, 1996
4371996
The effects of the toxic dinoflagellate Protogonyaulax tamarensis on the feeding and behaviour of bivalve molluscs
SE Shumway, TL Cucci
Aquatic toxicology 10 (1), 9-27, 1987
2911987
Synopsis of biological data on the pink shrimp, Pandalus borealis Kr°yer, 1838
SE Shumway
2531985
Scallops: biology, ecology and aquaculture
SE Shumway, GJ Parsons
Elsevier, 2011
2462011
A genetic/physiological explanation for differential growth rate among individuals of the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin)
RK Koehn, K RK, S SE
2171982
Particle sorting in bivalves: in vivo determination of the pallial organs of selection
JE Ward, JS Levinton, SE Shumway, T Cucci
Marine Biology 131 (2), 283-292, 1998
2151998
Impact of fouling organisms on mussel rope culture: interspecific competition for food among suspension-feeding invertebrates
MP Lesser, SE Shumway, T Cucci, J Smith
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 165 (1), 91-102, 1992
2131992
Marine birds and harmful algal blooms: sporadic victims or under-reported events?
SE Shumway, SM Allen, PD Boersma
Harmful Algae 2 (1), 1-17, 2003
2122003
Physiology: energy acquisition and utilization.
VM Bricelj
Scallops: biology, ecology and aquaculture, 305-346, 1991
2041991
Phycotoxin‐related shellfish poisoning: Bivalve molluscs are not the only vectors
SE Shumway
Reviews in Fisheries Science 3 (1), 1-31, 1995
2031995
Shellfish aquaculture–in praise of sustainable economies and environments
SE Shumway, C Davis, R Downey, R Karney, J Kraeuter, J Parsons, ...
World aquaculture 34 (4), 8-10, 2003
1952003
Occurrence of cellulase activity in the stomachs of fishes
RR Stickney, SE Shumway
Journal of Fish Biology 6 (6), 779-790, 1974
1901974
Food resources related to habitat in the scallop Placopecten magellanicus (Gmelin, 1791): a qualitative study
SE Shumway
J. Shellfish Res. 6, 89-95, 1987
1811987
Selective feeding and biodeposition by zebra mussels and their relation to changes in phytoplankton composition and seston load
SM Baker
J Shellfish Res 17, 1207-1213, 1998
1801998
Effect of salinity fluctuation on the osmotic pressure and Na+, Ca 2+ and Mg 2+ ion concentrations in the hemolymph of bivalve molluscs
SE Shumway
Marine Biology 41 (2), 153-177, 1977
1791977
Bivalve filter feeding: variability and limits of the aquaculture biofilter
PJ Cranford, JE Ward, SE Shumway
Shellfish aquaculture and the environment, 81-124, 2011
1772011
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