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DTU Aqua
National Institute of Aquatic Resources

Technical University of DenmarkThe researchers involved in this project have extensive experience both nationally and internationally and have made important contributions to marine resarch in Denmark.

This project involves frontier studies into the study of invasive marine immigrants and will integrate classical population biology methodology with state-of-the-art parasitological and molecularbiological methods. The project will run for three years and proceeds step-wise with clearly established goals for each year.

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 Senior scientist on the project 

Jens T. Hoeg
Comparative Zoology, Department of Biology
University of Copenhagen

Jørgen Lutzen
Comparative Zoology, Department of Biology
University of Copenhagen

Henrik Glenner
Department of Biology
University of Bergen, Norway
Web Master

Erik Hoffmann
DTU Aqua
National Institute of Aquatic Resources
Technical University of Denmark

Kim N. Mouritsen
Department of Biological Sciences, Marine Ecology,
Aarhus Univertsity,

DTU Aqua
National Institute of Aquatic Resources

Technical University of Denmark

 

Students involved: 

Students                                                Projects

Tommy Kristensen (project student)

Sacculina induced morphological changes of the crab host

Kristoffer Grubb (Master project)

Population dynamic of Carcinus maenas and it's parasite: Sacculina carcini

Therese van Driel Bachelor project)

Baseline study: Parasites of Carcinus maenas (L.) in its home range at Limfjorden, Denmark 

Romualda Budvytyte (Master project)

The immune systen defence of the shore crab, Carcinus maenas, against the parasite, Sacculina carcini.
Karen Bech (Master project) Behavour of sacculinized crabs