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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 36, Number 3, 1 March 2013

Sea Lice 2012
pp. 169-169(1)
Authors: Boxaspen, Karin; Torrissen, Ole

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Salmon lice – impact on wild salmonids and salmon aquaculture
pp. 171-194(24)
Authors: Torrissen, O; Jones, S; Asche, F; Guttormsen, A; Skilbrei, O T; Nilsen, F; Horsberg, T E; Jackson, D

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CpG inclusion in feed reduces sea lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis, numbers following re‐infection
pp. 229-240(12)
Authors: Purcell, S L; Friend, S E; Covello, J M; Donkin, A; Groman, D B; Poley, J; Fast, M D

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Sea lice monitoring on Atlantic salmon farms in New Brunswick, Canada: comparing audit and farm staff counts
pp. 241-247(7)
Authors: Elmoslemany, A; Whyte, S K; Revie, C W; Hammell, K L

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Impact of Lepeophtheirus salmonis infestations on migrating Atlantic salmon , Salmo salar L., smolts at eight locations in Ireland with an analysis of lice‐induced marine mortality
pp. 273-281(9)
Authors: Jackson, D; Cotter, D; Newell, J; McEvoy, S; O'Donohoe, P; Kane, F; McDermott, T; Kelly, S; Drumm, A

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A fixed‐dose approach to conducting emamectin benzoate tolerance assessments on field‐collected sea lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis
pp. 283-292(10)
Authors: Whyte, S K; Westcott, J D; Elmoslemany, A; Hammell, K L; Revie, C W

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Sea lice levels on wild Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., returning to the coast of Ireland
pp. 293-298(6)
Authors: Jackson, D; Kane, F; O'Donohoe, P; Mc Dermott, T; Kelly, S; Drumm, A; Newell, J

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Proteomic analysis of epidermal mucus from sea lice–infected Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L.
pp. 311-321(11)
Authors: Provan, F; Jensen, L B; Uleberg, K E; Larssen, E; Rajalahti, T; Mullins, J; Obach, A

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Development and assessment of a biophysical dispersal model for sea lice
pp. 323-337(15)
Authors: Salama, N K G; Collins, C M; Fraser, J G; Dunn, J; Pert, C C; Murray, A G; Rabe, B

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Co‐infection patterns of infectious salmon anaemia and sea lice in farmed Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., in southern Chile (2007–2009)
pp. 353-360(8)
Authors: Valdes‐Donoso, P; Mardones, F O; Jarpa, M; Ulloa, M; Carpenter, T E; Perez, A M

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