Scientific Papers - G


Genetic distinctness of Red Drum (Sciaenoos ocellatus) from Mosquito Lagoon, East-Central Florida. April 1994 . TAMU-SG-94-808. Fishery Bulletin (92): 58-66 : J. Gold, L. Richardson

A genetic linkage map of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) and comparison of chromosomal syntenies with four other fish species. January 2015. TAMU-SG-15-802. Aquaculture 435 (2015):265-274 : Christopher M. Hollenbeck, David S. Portnoy, John R. Gold

Genetic studies in marine fishes. II. A protein electrophoretic analysis of population structure in the red drum Sciaenops ocellatus. 1991. TAMU-SG-92-812. Marine Biology (108): 197-206 : D. Bohlmeyer, J. Gold

Genetic studies in marine fishes. IV. An anlysis of population structure in the red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) using mitochondrial DNA. 1991. TAMU-SG-92-813. Fisheries Research (12): 213-241 : J. Gold, L. Richardson

Global phylogeography of the leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea). 1999 . TAMU-SG-00-805. Journal of the Zoological Society of London (248): 397-409 : P. Dutton, B. Bowen, D. Owens, A. Barragan , S. Davis

Glycoproteins in Rathke’s gland secretions of loggerhead (Caretta caretta) and Kemp’s ridley (Lepidochelys kempi) sea turtles. 1989. TAMU-SG-90-831. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 94B (2): 375-378 : G. Radhakrishna, C. Chin, F. Wold, P. Weldon

Going political: a framework for environmental interest group evolution. April 1996 . TAMU-SG-96-801. Coastal Management (24): 73-90 : L. King

Green colored lenses: worldviews and motivated reasoning in the case of local water scarcity. September 2016. TAMU-SG-16-820. Environment and Behavior 1-27, 2016 : D. Switzer, A. Vedlitz

Groundfish trawler profitability, Northern Gulf of Mexico. August 1979. TAMU-SG-80-801. Marine Fisheries Review: 15-22 : J. Warren, W. Griffen

Growth and body composition of juvenile, red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) fed diet containing lecithin and supplemental choline. February 1998. TAMU-SG-98-803. Aquaculture (151): 259-267 : Steven Craig, Delbert Gatlin III

Growth and digestibility by three sizes of Penaeus vannamei Boone: effects of dietary protein level and protein source. 1985. TAMU-SG-86-820. Aquaculture (46): 85-96 : L. Smith, P. Lee, A. Lawrence , K. Strawn

Growth and morphology of larval and juvenile captive bred yellowtail snapper, Ocyurus chrysurus. 1995 . TAMU-SG-96-804. Fishery Bulletin 93(1): 179-185 : C. Riley , G. Holt , C. Arnold

Growth, feed digestibility, and proximate body composition of juvenile Penaeus vannamei and Penaeus monodon grown at different dissolved oxygen levels. 1985 . TAMU-SG-87-808. J. World Maricul. Soc. (16): 333-346 : E. Seidman , A. Lawrence

Growth of juvenile Red Snapper, Lutjanus campechanus, in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico. 1982 . TAMU-SG-83-816. Fishery Bulletin 80(3): 644-648 : S. Holt, C. Arnold

Growth of Mercenaria mercenaria and Mercenaria mercenaria texana seed clams planted in two Texas bays. January 1988. TAMU-SG-89-801. Aquaculture (71): 193-207 : M. Allison Craig , Thomas J. Bright , Stephen R. Gittings

Growth of red drum larvae in the laboratory. 1984. TAMU-SG-86-826. American Fisheries Society (113): 243-246 : W. Lee, G. Holt, C. Arnold

Gulf of Mexico hydrocarbon seep communities. II. Spatial distribution of seep organisms and hydrocarbons at Bush Hill. 1989. TAMU-SG-90-816. Marine Biology (101): 235-247 : MacDonald, Boland, Kennicutt, Baker, Brooks, Bidigare

Gulf of Mexico hydrocarbon seep communities: Part IV-​-​descriptions of known chemosynthetic communities. May 1989. TAMU-SG-90-817. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Offshore Technology Conference: 663-667 : MacDonald, Brooks, Kennicutt, Wilkinson, Guinasso, Bidigare