Sally Leys

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Biological Sciences University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
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Asadzadeh SS, Kiørboe T, Larsen PS, et al. (2020) Hydrodynamics of sponge pumps and evolution of the sponge body plan. Elife. 9
Kenny NJ, Francis WR, Rivera-Vicéns RE, et al. (2020) Tracing animal genomic evolution with the chromosomal-level assembly of the freshwater sponge Ephydatia muelleri. Nature Communications. 11: 3676
Dinn C, Leys SP, Roussel M, et al. (2020) Geographic range extensions of stalked, flabelliform sponges (Porifera) from eastern Canada with a new combination of a species of Plicatellopsis in the North Atlantic. Zootaxa. 4755: zootaxa.4755.2.6
Kahn AS, Pennelly CW, McGill PR, et al. (2020) Behaviors of sessile benthic animals in the abyssal northeast Pacific Ocean Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography. 173: 104729
Law LK, Reiswig HM, Ott BS, et al. (2020) Description and distribution of Desmacella hyalina sp. nov. (Porifera, Desmacellidae), a new cryptic demosponge in glass sponge reefs from the western coast of Canada Marine Biodiversity. 50: 1-20
Dinn C, Edinger E, Leys SP. (2019) Sponge (Porifera) fauna of Frobisher Bay, Baffin Island, Canada with the description of an Iophon rich sponge garden. Zootaxa. 4576: zootaxa.4576.2.5
Leys SP, Mah JL, McGill PR, et al. (2019) Sponge behaviour and the chemical basis of responses: a post-genomic view. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Guillas KC, Kahn AS, Grant N, et al. (2019) Settlement of juvenile glass sponges and other invertebrate cryptofauna on the Hecate Strait glass sponge reefs Invertebrate Biology. 138
Leys SP, Kahn AS. (2018) Oxygen and the energetic requirements of the first multicellular animals. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Grant N, Matveev E, Kahn AS, et al. (2018) Suspended sediment causes feeding current arrests in situ in the glass sponge Aphrocallistes vastus. Marine Environmental Research
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