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Brooke L. Whitelaw
Brooke L. Whitelaw
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Combined transcriptomic and proteomic analysis of the posterior salivary gland from the southern blue-ringed octopus and the southern sand octopus
BL Whitelaw, JM Strugnell, P Faou, RR da Fonseca, NE Hall, M Norman, ...
Journal of Proteome Research 15 (9), 3284-3297, 2016
302016
The evolution and origin of tetrodotoxin acquisition in the blue-ringed octopus (genus Hapalochlaena)
BL Whitelaw, IR Cooke, J Finn, K Zenger, JM Strugnell
Aquatic toxicology 206, 114-122, 2019
292019
Toxicity in cephalopods
IR Cooke, B Whitelaw, M Norman, N Caruana, J Strugnell
Springer, 2015
182015
Coupled Genomic Evolutionary Histories as Signatures of Organismal Innovations in Cephalopods: Co‐evolutionary Signatures Across Levels of Genome Organization May Shed Light on …
EA Ritschard, B Whitelaw, CB Albertin, IR Cooke, JM Strugnell, ...
Bioessays 41 (12), 1900073, 2019
172019
Adaptive venom evolution and toxicity in octopods is driven by extensive novel gene formation, expansion, and loss
BL Whitelaw, IR Cooke, J Finn, RR da Fonseca, EA Ritschard, ...
GigaScience 9 (11), giaa120, 2020
152020
SNP data reveals the complex and diverse evolutionary history of the blue-ringed octopus genus (Octopodidae: Hapalochlaena) in the Asia-Pacific
BL Whitelaw, JK Finn, KR Zenger, IR Cooke, P Morse, JM Strugnell
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 186, 107827, 2023
22023
High-Density Genetic Linkage Map of the Southern Blue-ringed Octopus (Octopodidae: Hapalochlaena maculosa)
BL Whitelaw, DB Jones, J Guppy, P Morse, JM Strugnell, IR Cooke, ...
Diversity 14 (12), 1068, 2022
12022
Increasing knowledge of Victoria’s growing recreational yellowtail kingfish fishery
VF Authority
Victorian Fisheries Authority, 2023
2023
The iridescent enigma: Genome evolution and species boundaries of the blue-ringed octopus species complex (Octopodidae: Hapalochlaena)
B Whitelaw
James Cook University, 2021
2021
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