Brett Shiel
Brett Shiel
PhD Candidate, Department of Ecology, Environment & Evolution, La Trobe University
Verified email at students.latrobe.edu.au
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De novo characterisation of the greenlip abalone transcriptome (Haliotis laevigata) with a focus on the heat shock protein 70 (HSP70) family
BP Shiel, NE Hall, IR Cooke, NA Robinson, JM Strugnell
Marine biotechnology 17 (1), 23-32, 2015
402015
Epipodial Tentacle Gene Expression and Predetermined Resilience to Summer Mortality in the Commercially Important Greenlip Abalone, Haliotis laevigata
BP Shiel, NE Hall, IR Cooke, NA Robinson, JM Strugnell
Marine Biotechnology 19 (2), 191-205, 2017
102017
The complete mitochondrial genome of Haliotis laevigata (Gastropoda: Haliotidae) using MiSeq and HiSeq sequencing
NA Robinson, NE Hall, EM Ross, IR Cooke, BP Shiel, AJ Robinson, ...
Mitochondrial DNA Part A 27 (1), 437-438, 2016
82016
The effect of commercial, natural and grape seed extract supplemented diets on gene expression signatures and survival of greenlip abalone (Haliotis laevigata) during heat stress
BP Shiel, NE Hall, IR Cooke, NA Robinson, DAJ Stone, JM Strugnell
Aquaculture 479, 798-807, 2017
62017
Investment in sensory structures, testis size, and wing coloration in males of a diurnal moth species: trade‐offs or correlated growth?
BP Shiel, CDH Sherman, MA Elgar, TL Johnson, MRE Symonds
Ecology and evolution 5 (8), 1601-1608, 2015
62015
Summer mortality in molluscs: the genetic basis for resilience and susceptibility.
BP Shiel, IR Cooke, NE Hall, NA Robinson, JM Strugnell
Breeding Focus 2018-Reducing heat stress, 59-79, 2018
12018
Gene expression differences between abalone that are susceptible and resilient to a simulated heat wave event
BP Shiel, IR Cooke, NE Hall, NA Robinson, JM Strugnell
Aquaculture, 735317, 2020
2020
Stress transcriptomics: understanding the genetic basis of summer mortality in abalone
B Shiel
La Trobe University., 2017
2017
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