Peer-reviewed research publications from MarBioShell

1) Ahsan DA, Roth E (2010). Farmers' perceived risks and risk management strategies in an emerging mussel aquaculture industry in Denmark. Marine Resource Economics 25:309-323.

2) Pleissner D, Wimmer R, Eriksen NT (2011) Quantification of amino acids in fermentation media by isocratic HPLC analysis of their a-hydroxy acid derivatives. Analytical Chemistry 83:175-181

3) Nguyen TT (2011). Implicit price of mussel characteristics in the auction market. Aquaculture International (Published online, DOI: 10.1007/s10499-011-9489-x).

4) Larsen PS, Riisgård HU (2011). Validation of the flow-through chamber (FTC) and steady-state (SS) methods for clearance rate measurements in bivalves. Biology Open (Published online, DOI: 10.1242/bio.2011011).

5) Riisgård HU, Jørgensen BH, Lundgreen K., Storti F, Walther JH, Meyer KE, Larsen PS (2011). The exhalant jet of mussels, Mytilus edulis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 437:147-164.

6) Riisgård HU, Egede PP, Saavedra IB (2011). Feeding behaviour of mussels, Mytilus edulis: new observations, with a mini-review of current knowledge. Journal of Marine Biology 2011:1-13 (Published online, DOI: 10.1155/2011/312459).

7) Dinesen GE, Timmermann K, Roth E, Markager S, Ravn-Jonsen L, Hjorth M, Holmer M, Støttrup JG. (2011). Mussel production and water framework directive targets in the Limfjord, Denmark: an integrated assessment for use in system-based management. Ecology & Society 16(4):26.

8) Pleissner D, Eriksen NT (2012). Effects of phosphorous, nitrogen, and carbon limitation on biomass composition in batch and continuous flow cultures of the heterotrophic dinoflagellate Crypthecodinium cohnii. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 109(8):2005-2016.

9) Eriksen NT (2012). Heterotrophic microalgae in biotechnology. In: Johansen MN (ed) Microalgae: Biotechnology, microbiology and energy. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. ISBN 987-1-61324-625-2, 387-412.

10) Thong NT (2012). An inverse demand system for mussels in EU. Marine Resource Economics 27(2):149-164.

11) Riisgård HU, Lundgreen K, Larsen PS (2012). Field data and growth model for mussels Mytilus edulis in Danish waters. Marine Biology Research: Marine Biology Research 8:683-700.

12) Riisgård HU, Pleissner D, Lundgreen K, Larsen PS (2013). Growth of mussels Mytilus edulis at algal concentrations below and above saturation level for reduced filtration rate. Marine Biology Research 9(10): 1005-1017.

13) Riisgård HU, Bøttiger L, Pleissner D (2012). Effect of salinity on growth of mussels, Mytilus edulis, with special reference to Great Belt (Denmark). Open Journal of Marine Science 2:167-176.

14) Pleissner D, Eriksen NT, Lundgreen K, Riisgård HU (2012). Biomass composition of blue mussels, Mytilus edulis, is affected by living site and species of ingested microalgae. ISRN Zoology 2012:1-12 (Published online, DOI:10.5402/2012/902152).

15) Larsen PS, Lundgreen K, Riisgård HU (2012) Bioenergetic model predictions of actual growth and allometric transitions during ontogeny of juvenile blue mussels Mytilus edulis. In: Mussels: Ecology, Life Habits and Control. Nova Science Publishers Inc. pp. 101-122.

16) Eriksen NT (2012). Growth in photobioreactors. In: Razeghifard R (ed) Natural and artificial photosynthesis. Pathways to clean, renewable energy. Wiley Publisher (in press).

17) Riisgård HU, Lundgreen K, Larsen PS (2014). Potential for production of 'mini-mussels' in Great Belt (Denmark) evaluated on basis of actual growth of young mussels Mytilus edulis. Aquaculture International 22: 859-885.

18) Pleissner, D., Lundgreen, K., Lüskow, F., Riisgård, H.U. (2013). Fluorometer controlled apparatus designed for long-term algal-feeding experiments and environmental effect studies with mussels. Journal of Marine Biology, Volume 2013, Article ID 401961, 12 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/401961

19) Riisgård HU, Lüskow F, Pleissner D, Lundgreen K, López MAP (2013). Effects of salinity on filtration rates on mussels Mytilus edulis with special emphasis on dwarfed mussels from the low saline Central Baltic Sea. Helgoland Marine Research 67: 591-598.

20) Hjalager AM, Wahlberg M (2014). Museum guests as contributors to regional food innovation. Museum Management and Curatorship 29(1): 50-65.

21) Riisgård HU, Larsen PS, Pleissner D (2014). Allometric equations for maximum filtration rate in blue mussels Mytilus edulis and importance of condition index. Helgoland Marine Research 68: 193-198.

22) Larsen PS, Filgueira R, Riisgård HU (2014). Actual growth of mussels Mytilus edulis in field studies compared to predictions using BEG, DEB, and SFG models. Journal of Sea Research 88: 100-108.

23) Riisgård HU, Larsen PS (2015). Physiologically regulated valve-closure makes mussels lomg-term starvation survivors: test of hypothesis. Journal of Molluscan Studies 81: 303-307.

24) Riisgård HU, Lundgreen K, Preissler D (2015). Environmental factors and seasonal variation in density of mussel larvae (Mytilus edulis) in Danish Waters. Open Journal of Marine Science 5: 280-289.

25) Hjalager A-M, Johansen PH, Rasmussen B (2015). Informing regional food innovation through lead user experiments. The case of blue mussels. British Food Journal 117(11):pp-pp in press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/BFJ-03-2015-0098

26) Larsen PS, Riisgård HU (2016). Growth-prediction model for blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) on future optimally thinned farm-ropes in Great Belt (Denmark). Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 4, 42: doi:10.3390/jmse4030042

27) Møhlenberg F, Birkeland M (2016). Capacity for growing mussels in the Great Belt, Denmark – two years field study supported by numerical modeling (in prep.).

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