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Introduction: 海洋生物研究所


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2012 Penaeus monodon thioredoxin restores the DNA binding activity of oxidized white spot syndrome virus IE1 Jiun-Yan Huang; Wang-Jing Liu; Han-Ching Wang; Der-Yen Lee; Jiann-Horng Leu; Hao-Ching Wang; Mong-Hsun Tsai; Shih-Ting Kang; I-Tung Chen; Guang-Hsiung Kou; Geen-Dong Chang; Chu-Fang Lo
2010 Perspectives of underwater optics in biological oceanography and plankton ecology studies Hans-Uwe Dahms; Jiang-Shiou Hwang
2017 Photophore counts in the deep-sea commercial shrimp Aristeus alcocki Ramadan, 1938 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Aristeidae), with a revised key to the Indo-West Pacific species of the genus. TIN-YAM CHAN; Biju Kumar; Chien-Hui Yang
2007 Phthalate degradation by mangrove soil fungi Luo Z. H.; Pang K. L.; Gu J. D.; Vrijmoed L. L. P.
2010 Phylogenetic analysis using rDNA reveals polyphyly of Oplophoridae (Decapoda : Caridae). Tin-Yam Chan; Ho Chee Lei; Chi Pang Li; Ka Hou Chu
2011 Phylogenetic and biogeographic analysis of the spear lobsters Linuparus (Decapoda, Palinuridae), with the description of a new species. Kwok Ho Tsoi; Tin-Yam Chan; Ka Hou Chu
2014-12 Phylogenetic and transcriptomic analyses reveal the evolution of bioluminescence and light detection in marine deep-sea shrimps of the family Oplophoridae Juliet M Wong; Jorge Luis Perez-Moreno; Tin-Yam Chan; Tamara Frank; Heather D. Bracken Grissom
2010 Phylogenetic evaluation of anamorphic species of Cirrenalia and Cumulospora with the description of eight new genera and four new species Mohamed A. Abdel-Wahab; Ka-Lai Pang; Takahiko Nagahama; Faten A. Abdel-Aziz; E. B. Gareth Jones
2009 Phylogenetic positions of freshwater and marine Sigmoidea species: introducing a marine hyphomycete Halosigmoidea gen. nov. (Halosphaeriales) Jones, E. B.G.; Zuccaro, A.; Mitchell J. I.; Nakagiri A.; Chatmala, I.; Pang, K. L.
2015 phylogenetic re-appraisal of the Family Liagoraceae sensu lato (Nemaliales, Rhodophyta) based on sequence analyses of the plastid genes Showe‐Mei Lin; Conxi Rodríguez‐Prieto; John M. Huisman; Michael D. Guiry; Claude Payri Wendy A. Nelson; Shao‐Lun Liu
2009 Phylogenetic relationship of Sigmoidea, Pseudosigmoidea and introducing a new marine hyphomycete genus, Halosigmoidea gen. nov Jones E. B.G.; Zuccaro A.; Mitchell J. I.; Nakagiri A.; Chatmala I.; Pang K. L.
2008 Phylogenetic relationships among the genera of the Penaeidae (Crustacea: Deca-poda) revealed by mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene sequences TIN-YAM CHAN; JINGOU TONG; YAN KIT TAM; KA HOU CHU
2004 Phylogenetic relationships and evolutionary history of the shrimp genes Penaeus s.l. derived from mitochondrial DNA. Shane Lavery; T.Y Chan; Y.K Tam; K.H Chu
2014 Phylogenetic relationships of Acheilognathidae (Cypriniformes: Cyprinoidea) as revealed from evidence of both nuclear and mitochondrial gene sequence variation: Evidence for necessary taxonomic revision in the family and the identification of cryptic species Chen, W. J.; C. H. Chang; F. Li; K. T. Shao; Y. S. Lin; T. Morosawa; S. Kim; Hyeyoung Koo; W. Kim; J. S. Lee; S. He; C. Smith; M. Reichard; M. Miya; T. Sado; Kazuhiko Uehara; S.bastien Lavou; Richard L, Mayden
2016 Phylogenetic relationships of Darwin’s “Mr. Arthrobalanus”: The burrowing barnacles (Cirripedia: Acrothoracica) Hsiu-Chin,Lin; Gregory A.Kobasov; Benny K.K.Chan
2012 Phylogenetic relationships, character evolution, and taxonomic implications within the slipper lobsters (Crustacea: Decapoda: Scyllaridae). Chien-Hui Yang; Heather Bracken-Grissom; Dohyup Kim; Keith A.Crandall; Tin-Yam Chan
2015 Phylogenetic skew: a new index of community diversity. Hungyen Chen; Kwang‐Tsao Shao; Hirohisa Kishino
2005-07 A phylogenetic study of the genus Haligena (Halosphaeriales, Ascomycota) Jariya Sakayaroj; Ka-Lai Pang; Souwalak Phongpaichit; E.B. Gareth Jones
2015-12 Phylogenetics reveals the crustacean order Amphionidacea to be larval shrimps (Decapoda: Caridea) Sammy De Grave; Tin-Yam Chan; Ka Hou Chu; Chien-Hui Yang; José M. Landeira
2008-07 Phylogeny of Decapoda using two nuclear protein-coding genes: Origin and evolution of the Reptantia L.M. Tsang; K.Y. Ma; S.T. Ahyong; T.-Y. Chan; K.H. Chu
2015-08 Phylogeny of Indo-West Pacific pontoniine shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda: Caridea) based on multilocus analysis Zhi Bin Gan; Xin Zheng Li; Tin-Yam Chan; Ka Hou Chu; Qi Kou
2009 Phylogeny of marine clawed lobster families Nephropidae Dana 1852 and Thaumastochelidae Bate 1888 based on mitochondrial genes Tshudy D.; R. Robles; T.Y. Chan; K.C. Ho; K.H. Chu; S.T. Ahyony; D.L. Felder.
2009-10 Phylogeny of penaeoid shrimps (Decapoda: Penaeoidea) inferred from nuclear protein-coding genes K.Y. Ma; T.-Y. Chan; K.H. Chu
2008 Phylogeny of selected anamorphic marine fungi Jones E. B. G.; Chatmala I.; Klaysuban A.; Pang K. L.
2016 Phylogeny of Stenopodidea (Crustaca : Decapoda) shrimps inferred from nuclear and mitochomndrial genes reveals non-monophyly of the families Spongicolidae and Stenopididae and most of their composite genera. Chien-Lin Chen; Joseph W. Goy; Heather D. Bracken-Grissom; Darryl L. Felder; Ling Ming Tsang; Tin-Yam Chan

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