Matthew L. Wittenrich, Ph.D.

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2011 Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL, United States 
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Anatomy Biology, Oceanography Biology
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Ralph G. Turingan grad student 2011 Florida Institute of Technology
 (Functional morphology and feeding performance of marine-fish larvae.)
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Cassiano EJ, Wittenrich ML, Waltzek TB, et al. (2014) Utilizing public aquariums and molecular identification techniques to address the larviculture potential of Pacific blue tangs (Paracanthurus hepatus), semicircle angelfish (Pomacanthus semicirculatus), and bannerfish (Heniochus sp.) Aquaculture International. 23: 253-265
Dunlap PV, Gould AL, Wittenrich ML, et al. (2012) Symbiosis initiation in the bacterially luminous sea urchin cardinalfish Siphamia versicolor Journal of Fish Biology. 81: 1340-1356
Yanes-Roca C, Rhody NR, Nystrom M, et al. (2012) Embryonic and early larval development in hatchery-reared common snook North American Journal of Aquaculture. 74: 499-511
Simpson SD, Munday PL, Wittenrich ML, et al. (2011) Ocean acidification erodes crucial auditory behaviour in a marine fish. Biology Letters. 7: 917-20
Wittenrich ML, Turingan RG. (2011) Linking functional morphology and feeding performance in larvae of two coral-reef fishes Environmental Biology of Fishes. 92: 295-312
Wittenrich ML, Rhody NR, Turingan RG, et al. (2009) Coupling osteological development of the feeding apparatus with feeding performance in common snook, Centropomus undecimalis, larvae: Identifying morphological constraints to feeding Aquaculture. 294: 221-227
Wittenrich ML, Turingan RG, Creswell RL. (2007) Spawning, early development and first feeding in the gobiid fish Priolepis nocturna Aquaculture. 270: 132-141
Wittenrich ML, Munday PL. (2005) Bi-directional sex change in coral reef fishes from the family Pseudochromidae: an experimental evaluation. Zoological Science. 22: 797-803
Simpson SD, Yan HY, Wittenrich ML, et al. (2005) Response of embryonic coral reef fishes (Pomacentridae: Amphiprion spp.) to noise Marine Ecology Progress Series. 287: 201-208
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