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  1. Amphibian conservation – Advanced selective breeding for disease

    www.jcu.edu.au/graduate-research-school/available-projects/amphibian-conservation-advanced-selective-breeding-for-disease-resistance-in-corroboree-frogs

    Title of Project. Amphibian conservation – Advanced selective breeding for disease resistance in Corroboree frogs. ... Chytridiomycosis, an emerging amphibian disease caused by the fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd), is the most devastating

  2. Global trade spreads deadly frog disease from Asi - May 2018

    www.jcu.edu.au/news/releases/2018/may/global-trade-spreads-deadly-frog-disease-from-asia

    Global trade spreads deadly frog disease from Asia. Media Releases. Fri, 11 May 2018. ... Global trade spreads deadly frog disease from Asia. Corroboree frog getting tested for chytrid.

    Genetic clues reveal origins of the killer fungus behind the ‘amphibian plague’

  3. TropEco - Caring for the Environment – Life on Land and Below water

    www.jcu.edu.au/tropeco-sustainability-in-action/sustainable-campuses/biodiversity-and-environment

    JCU Myrtle Rust Initiative. Myrtle rust is a plant disease caused by fungal pathogen Austropuccinia psidii, the signs are typically a rusty golden coat on the leaves of the host. ... Fish, reptile, amphibian and crustacea, insect and aquatic plant

  4. State of the Tropics - 2014 State of the Tropics report

    www.jcu.edu.au/state-of-the-tropics/publications/2014-state-of-the-tropics-report

    Mexico has the fifth highest amphibian and fourth greatest mammal diversity in the world. ... But disease risks are greater in intensive farm systems, and have been responsible for major losses in recent years across South America.

    The State Of The Tropics report shows us how the climate of the tropics is changing and the environmental impact it's having on our ecosystems and communities.

  5. CSTFA - Publications

    www.jcu.edu.au/tropical-fisheries-and-aquaculture/publications-and-media-releases

    2021) Scale Drop Disease Virus (SDDV) and Lates calcarifer Herpes Virus (LCHV) coinfection downregulate immune-relevant pathways and cause splenic and kidney necrosis in barramundi under commercial farming conditions. ... surveying for remnant amphibian

  6. AEC Application Process - JCU Connect

    www.jcu.edu.au/jcu-connect/ethics-and-integrity/animal-ethics/closing-dates-for-animal-ethics-applications

    Fish  and amphibian larvae are not considered animals for the purposes of the AEC.

  7. Warm frogs can beat deadly disease - Aug 2017

    www.jcu.edu.au/news/releases/2017/august/warm-frogs-can-beat-deadly-disease

    Warm frogs can beat deadly disease. Green-eyed tree frog. Scientists from James Cook University say a disease that has devastated global frog populations can be slowed or stopped by relatively ... In practical terms, it means that a small-scale removal

  8. Recent publications in Zoology and Ecology - CSE

    www.jcu.edu.au/college-of-science-and-engineering/cse-publications/rss-feeds/recent-publications-in-zoology-and-ecology

    Pacific Conservation Biology. (In Press) . More than a third of the world’s amphibian species are listed as Threatened or Extinct, with a recent assessment identifying 45 Australian frogs (18.4% ... expert’ or ‘non-expert’) influenced the

  9. Study provides new clues to killer frog disease

    www.jcu.edu.au/news/releases/2022/july/study-provides-new-clues-to-killer-frog-disease

    Study provides new clues to killer frog disease. Media Releases. Fri, 15 Jul 2022. ... Study provides new clues to killer frog disease. Litoria serrata. Photo courtesy Dr Donald McKnight.

  10. Environmental Biosecurity at JCU Contents James Cook University 1 ... PDF (4603k)

    www.jcu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/467711/Environmental-Biosecurity-at-JCU-2022-brochure.pdf

    Environmental Biosecurity at JCU.

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