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Article

Meynecke, J.-O., Mayze, J. and Alberts-Hubatsch, H. (2015) Performance and physiological responses of combined t-bar and PIT tagged giant mud crabs (Scylla serrata). Fisheries Research, 170 . pp. 212-216. ISSN 0165-7836

Forrest, A. J., Exley, P., Mayze, J., Paulo, C., Williams, D., Sikes, A. and Poole, S. E. (2014) Physiological Factors Influencing Toughness in Cooked Saddletail Snapper (Lutjanus malabaricus). Journal of Food Science, 79 (10). C1877-C1885. ISSN 00221147

Smyth, H.E., Mayze, J., Exley, P., Fox, G., Poole, S., Drabsch, P., Percival, S. and Cozzolino, D. (2006) Exploring the potential of VIS-NIR spectroscopy to predict sensory properties of foods. NIR News, 17 (8). pp. 10-11.

Monograph

Smyth, H. and Mayze, J. (2013) Developing a dynamic regional brand - focus on flavour. Project Report. FRDC.

Poole, S., Mayze, J. and Calogeras, C. (2012) Equipping the mud crab industry with innovative skills through extension of best practice handling. Project Report. Queensland Government, Brisbane, Queensland.

Forrest, A. J., Poole, S., Exley, P., Mayze, J. and Paulo, C. (2010) Improving Profitability to Industry Through the Identification and Management of 'tough' Fish Syndrome in Tropical Saddletail Snapper (Lutjanus Malabaricus). Project Report. Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation, Brisbane.

Poole, S., Mayze, J., Exley, P. and Paulo, C. (2008) Maximising Revenue within the NT Mud Crab Fishery by Enhancing Post-Harvest Survival of Mud Crabs. Project Report. FRDC.

Conference or Workshop Item

Liu, D., Burt, P., Abberton, K., Cusack, A., Currie, M., Mayze, J., Exley, P., Baker, J. and Naidoo, R. (2017) Developing fresh-cut tropical fruits with the application of Australian native plant extract. In: IFT 2017 Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

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