Publications by: Curtis E. Lind

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Lind, Curtis E., Evans, Brad S., Elphinstone, Martin S., Taylor, Joseph J.U., and Jerry, Dean R. (2012) Phylogeography of a pearl oyster (Pinctada maxima) across the Indo-Australian Archipelago: evidence of strong regional structure and population expansions but no phylogenetic breaks. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 107 (3). pp. 632-646.

Jerry, Dean R., Kvingedal, Renate, Lind, Curtis E., Evans, Brad S., Taylor, Joseph J.U., and Safari, Alex E. (2012) Donor-oyster derived heritability estimates and the effect of genotype × environment interaction on the production of pearl quality traits in the silver-lip pearl oyster, Pinctada maxima. Aquaculture, 338-341. pp. 66-71.

Lind, Curtis E., Evans, Brad S., Taylor, Joseph J.U., and Jerry, Dean R. (2010) The consequences of differential family survival rates and equalizing maternal contributions on the effective population size (Ne) of cultured silver-lipped pearl oysters, Pinctada maxima. Aquaculture Research, 41 (8). pp. 1229-1242.

Kvingedal, Renate, Evans, Brad S., Lind, Curtis E., Taylor, Joseph J.U., Dupont-Nivet, Mathilde, and Jerry, Dean R. (2010) Population and family growth response to different rearing location, heritability estimates and genotype×environment interaction in the silver-lip pearl oyster (Pinctada maxima). Aquaculture, 304 (1-4). pp. 1-6.

Lind, Curtis E. (2009) Population genetics, phylogeography and the effects of aquaculture on genetic diversity of the silver-lipped pearl oyster, Pinctada maxima (Jameson). PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Lind, Curtis E., Evans, Brad S., Knauer, Jens, Taylor, Joseph J.U., and Jerry, Dean R. (2009) Decreased genetic diversity and a reduced effective population size in cultured silver-lipped pearl oysters (Pinctada maxima). Aquaculture, 286 (1-2). pp. 12-19.

Lind, Curtis E., Evans, Brad S., Taylor, Joseph J.U., and Jerry, Dean R. (2007) Population genetics of a marine bivalve, Pinctada maxima, throughout the Indo-Australian Archipelago shows differentiation and decreased diversity at range limits. Molecular Ecology, 16 (24). pp. 5193-5203.

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