AJS Hawkins
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Feeding and digestion by the mussel Mytilus edulis L.(Bivalvia: Mollusca) in mixtures of silt and algal cells at low concentrations
BL Bayne, AJS Hawkins, E Navarro
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 111 (1), 1-22, 1987
Feeding behaviour of the mussel, Mytilus edulis: responses to variations in quantity and organic content of the seston
BL Bayne, JIP Iglesias, AJS Hawkins, E Navarro, M Heral, ...
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 73 (4 …, 1993
Effects of seston concentration on feeding, digestion and growth in the mussel Mytilus edulis
BL Bayne, AJS Hawkins, E Navarro, IP Iglesias
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 47-54, 1989
Physiological interrelations, and the regulation of production [in Mytilus]
AJS Hawkins, BL Bayne, E Gosling
Developments in aquaculture and fisheries science 25, 171Á222, 1992
Novel observations underlying the fast growth of suspension-feeding shellfish in turbid environments: Mytilus edulis
AJS Hawkins, RFM Smith, BL Bayne, M Héral
Marine Ecology Progress Series 131, 179-190, 1996
Protein turnover: a functional appraisal
AJS Hawkins
Functional Ecology 5 (2), 222-233, 1991
Management of productivity, environmental effects and profitability of shellfish aquaculture—the Farm Aquaculture Resource Management (FARM) model
JG Ferreira, AJS Hawkins, SB Bricker
Aquaculture 264 (1-4), 160-174, 2007
Mathematical modelling to assess the carrying capacity for multi-species culture within coastal waters
P Duarte, R Meneses, AJS Hawkins, M Zhu, J Fang, J Grant
Ecological Modelling 168 (1-2), 109-143, 2003
Seasonal variation in the relative utilization of carbon and nitrogen by the mussel Mytilus edulis: budgets, conversion efficiencies and maintenance requirements.
AJS Hawkins, BL Bayne
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 25 (2), 181-188, 1985
Some general relationships in comparing the feeding physiology of suspension-feeding bivalve molluscs
AJS Hawkins, BL Bayne, S Bougrier, M Héral, JIP Iglesias, E Navarro, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 219 (1-2), 87-103, 1998
Protein turnover, physiological energetics and heterozygosity in the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis: the basis of variable age-specific growth
AJS Hawkins, BL Bayne, AJ Day, EJ Denton
Proceedings of the Royal society of London. Series B. Biological sciences …, 1986
Preingestive selection of different microalgal mixtures in Crassostrea gigas and Mytilus edulis, analysed by flow cytometry
S Bougrier, AJS Hawkins, M Héral
Aquaculture 150 (1-2), 123-134, 1997
Nutrition of the giant clam Tridacna gigas (L.) I. Contribution of filter feeding and photosynthates to respiration and growth
DW Klumpp, BL Bayne, AJS Hawkins
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 155 (1), 105-122, 1992
Selective feeding in shellfish: size-dependent rejection of large particles within pseudofaeces from Mytilus edulis, Ruditapes philippinarum and Tapes decussatus
JM Defossez, AJS Hawkins
Marine Biology 129 (1), 139-147, 1997
Autophagic and lysosomal reactions to stress in the hepatopancreas of blue mussels
MN Moore, A Viarengo, P Donkin, AJS Hawkins
Aquatic Toxicology 84 (1), 80-91, 2007
Modelling of suspension-feeding and growth in the green-lipped mussel Perna canaliculus exposed to natural and experimental variations of seston availability in the Marlborough …
AJS Hawkins, MR James, RW Hickman, S Hatton, M Weatherhead
Marine ecology progress series 191, 217-232, 1999
Comparative allometries of gut-passage time, gut content and metabolic faecal loss inMytilus edulis andCerastoderma edule
AJS Hawkins, E Navarro, JIP Iglesias
Marine Biology 105 (2), 197-204, 1990
Feeding and resource allocation in the mussel Mytilus edulis: Evidence for time-averaged optimization.
AJS Hawkins, PN Salkeld, BL Bayne, E Gnaiger, DM Lowe
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 20 (3), 273-287, 1985
Modelling the effect of food depletion on scallop growth in Sungo Bay (China)
C Bacher, J Grant, AJS Hawkins, J Fang, M Zhu, M Besnard
Aquatic Living Resources 16 (1), 10-24, 2003
Relationships between the synthesis and breakdown of protein, dietary absorption and turnovers of nitrogen and carbon in the blue mussel, Mytilus edulis L.
AJS Hawkins
Oecologia 66 (1), 42-49, 1985
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