TY - JOUR. T1 - The epithelial sodium channel in the Australian lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri (Osteichthyes. T2 - Dipnoi). AU - Uchiyama, Minoru. AU - Maejima, Sho. AU - Yoshie, Sumio. AU - Kubo, Yoshihiro. AU - Konno, Norifumi. AU - Joss, Jean M P. PY - 2012. Y1 - 2012. N2 - Epithelial sodium channel (ENaC) is a Na+-selective, aldosterone-stimulated ion channel involved in sodium transport homeostasis. ENaC is rate-limiting for Na+ absorption in the epithelia of osmoregulatory organs of tetrapods. Although the ENaC/degenerin gene family is proposed to be present in metazoans, no orthologues or paralogues for ENaC have been found in the genome databases of teleosts. We studied full-length cDNA cloning and tissue distributions of ENaCα, β and γ subunits in the Australian lungfish, Neoceratodus forsteri, which is the closest living relative of tetrapods. Neoceratodus ENaC (nENaC) comprised three subunits: nENaCα, β and γ proteins. The nENaCα, β and γ subunits are closely related to ...
Lepisosteus is a genus of gars in the family Lepisosteidae. While in the present day, Lepisosteus is only known across North America, fossil remains show it was much more widespread in the past, with specimens known from the Cretaceous of India and Brazil. The currently recognized species are: †Lepisosteus aganus (Cope 1877) †Lepisosteus bemisi Grande 2010 †Lepisosteus bohemicus (Laube 1901) †Lepisosteus cominatoi Santos 1984 †Lepisosteus cycliferus (Cope 1873) †Lepisosteus glaber Marsh 1871 †Lepisosteus indicus Woodward 1908 †Lepisosteus integer (Cope 1877) †Lepisosteus fimbriatus Wood 1846 †Lepisosteus knieskerni Fowler 1911 †Lepisosteus longus Lambe 1908 †Lepisosteus nahunticus (Cope 1869) †Lepisosteus notabilis Leidy 1873 †Lepisosteus opertus Estes 1964 †Lepisosteus strausi Kinkelin 1884 †Lepisosteus suessoniensis Gervais 1888 †Lepisosteus whitneyi Marsh 1871 Lepisosteus oculatus Winchell 1864 (Spotted gar) Lepisosteus osseus Linnaeus 1758 (Longnose gar) ...
The neuropeptide Y (NPY) family receptors and peptides have previously been characterized in several tetrapods, teleost fishes, and in a holocephalan cartilaginous fish. This has shown that the ancestral NPY system in the jawed vertebrates consisted of the peptides NPY and peptide YY (PYY) and seven G-protein-coupled receptors named Y1-Y8 (Y3 does not exist). The different vertebrate lineages have subsequently lost or gained a few receptor genes. For instance, the human genome has lost three of the seven receptors while the zebrafish has lost two and gained two receptor genes. Here we describe the NPY system of a representative of an early diverging lineage among the sarcopterygians, the West Indian Ocean coelacanth Latimeria chalumnae. The coelacanth was found to have retained all seven receptors from the ancestral jawed vertebrate. The receptors display the typical characteristics found in other vertebrates. Interestingly, the coelacanth was found to have the local duplicate of the PYY gene, ...
In many marine fish species, genetic population structure is typically weak because populations are large, evolutionarily young and have a high potential for gene flow. We tested whether genetic markers influenced by natural selection are more efficient than the presumed neutral genetic markers to detect population structure in Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus), a migratory pelagic species with large effective population sizes. We compared the spatial and temporal patterns of divergence and statistical power of three traditional genetic marker types, microsatellites, allozymes and mitochondrial DNA, with one microsatellite locus, Cpa112, previously shown to be influenced by divergent selection associated with salinity, and one locus located in the major histocompatibility complex class IIA (MHC-IIA) gene, using the same individuals across analyses. Samples were collected in 2002 and 2003 at two locations in the North Sea, one location in the Skagerrak and one location in the low-saline Baltic ...
Some fresh water lobe-finned மீன் (Sarcopterygii) develop legs and give rise to the நாற்காலி (உயிரியல்).. The first tetrapods evolved in shallow and swampy நன்னீர் habitats.. Primitive tetrapods developed from a lobe-finned fish (an "osteolepid Sarcopterygian"), with a two-lobed மனித மூளை in a flattened skull, a wide mouth and a short snout, whose upward-facing eyes show that it was a bottom-dweller, and which had already developed adaptations of fins with fleshy bases and எலும்புs. The "living fossil" coelacanth is a related lobe-finned fish without these shallow-water adaptations. These fishes used their fins as paddles in shallow-water habitats choked with plants and detritus. The universal tetrapod characteristics of front limbs that bend backward at the elbow and hind limbs that bend forward at the knee can plausibly be traced to early tetrapods living in shallow water.[6]. Panderichthys is a 90-130 cm ...
Recently, commercial aquaculture farms in Northern California have exposed gravid, cultured white sturgeon females to cold water (12 ?? 1??C) throughout the late phase of vitellogenesis and ovarian follicle maturation resulting in improved ovulation rates and egg quality. However, the optimum timing for transfer of broodfish to the cold water and the capacity of transferred broodfish to maintain reproductive competence over an extended time in cold water had not been evaluated. Gravid white sturgeon females that have been raised at water temperatures of 16-20??C were transported to either cold water (12 ?? 1??C; Group 1) in November 1997 or maintained in ambient water temperatures (10-19??C; Group 2) until early spring. In March 1998, half of the fish in Group 2 had regressed ovaries, but the remaining females had intact ovarian follicles and were transported to the cold water. Ovarian follicles and blood were collected from females until they reached the...
Baillie, J. and Groombridge, B. (eds). 1996. 1996 IUCN Red List of Threatened Animals. pp. 378. International Union for Conservation of Nature, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK.. Barkuloo, J.M. 1988. Report on the conservation status of the Gulf of Mexico sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrhynchus desotoi. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Panama City, FL. 33 p.. Bateman, D.H. and Brim, M.S. 1994. Environmental contaminants in Gulf sturgeon of Northwest Florida 1985-1991. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Publication. PCFO-EC 94-09. Panama City, FL. 23 p. IUCN. 2006. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.. Lorio, W. 2000. Proceedings of the Gulf of Mexico sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi) status of the subspecies workshop. Mississippi State University, Stennis Space Center, MS.. Stabile, J., Waldman, J.R., Parauka, F. and Wirgin, I. 1996. Stock structure and homing fidelity in Gulf of Mexico sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi) based on restriction fragment length polymorphism and sequences analysis of ...
Franke, Andrea; Clemmesen, Catriona (2011): Seawater carbonate chemistry, mortality and hatching rate, size and mass of Clupea harengus during experiments, 2011. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.774430, Supplement to: Franke, A; Clemmesen, C (2011): Effect of ocean acidification on early life stages of Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus L.). Biogeosciences, 8(12), 3697-3707, https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-8-3697-2011
This application note investigates tissue extraction techniques to optimize a simple and fast procedure which provides characterization of the small metabolite profiles between two different fish species. The experimental research conducted explores the differences between the metabolite profiles of N-(t-butyldimethylsilyl)-Nmethyltrifluoroacetamide (MTBSTFA) derivatized muscle tissue from different fish species analyzed by GCxGCTOFMS.
Characterization of the immunoglobulin (Ig) light (L) and heavy (H) chain genes from the Siberiansturgeon, Acipenser baeri, revealed an Ig structure simhar to the IgM elass of mammals. The serumforms of the sturgeon Ig are tetrameric and dimeric.. The sturgeon IgL gene organization is also of the translocon type, with several variable (V)segments followed by some joining (J) segments and the constant (C) exon indicate that theformation of IgL multicluster organisations in teleosts and elasmobranchs are two separateevolutionary events. The sturgeon VL segments all belong to a single family with some 20 members.Light chain variability is generated by random rearrangement of the VL and J segments. The sturgeon IgL is classified as κ like based on homologies of the VL sequence, and similarities of the recombination signal sequence.. The genomic organization of the IgH locus in sturgeon is of the translocon type. withmultiple V gene segments preceeding several D segments, a number of J segments ...
But if youre after two cool tidbits, know that the Australian Lungfish is essentially a living fossil. Fossilized evidence of its family members date back to the Devonian, and the Australian Lungfish itself has remained relatively unchanged for nearly 100 million years! There are five other Lungfish species still alive, and one of their closest lobe-finned relatives is the Coelacanth. Lobe-Finned fish are especially notable because it is from them that tetrapods eventually evolved ...
The Queensland lungfish (Neoceratodus forsteri), also known as the Australian lungfish, Burnett salmon and barramunda, is a surviving member of the family Neoceratodontidae and order Ceratodontiformes. It is one of only six extant lungfish species in the world. Endemic to Australia, the Neoceratodontidae are an ancient family belonging to the class Sarcopterygii, or lobe-finned fishes. Fossil records of this group date back 380 million years, around the time when the higher vertebrate classes were beginning to evolve. Fossils of lungfish almost identical to this species have been uncovered in northern New South Wales, indicating that Neoceratodus has remained virtually unchanged for well over 100 million years, making it a living fossil and one of the oldest living vertebrate genera on the planet. It is one of six extant representatives of the ancient air-breathing Dipnoi (lungfishes) that flourished during the Devonian period (about 413-365 million years ago) and is the most primitive surviving ...
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This is just the beginning of many analyses on what the coelacanth can teach us about the emergence of land vertebrates, including humans, and, combined with modern empirical approaches, can lend insights into the mechanisms that have contributed to major evolutionary innovations," says Dr. Amemiya. The coelacanth is critical to study because it is one of only two living lobe-finned fish groups that represent deep and evolutionarily informative lineages with respect to the land vertebrates. The other is the lungfish, which has an enormous genome that currently makes it impractical to sequence. The lobe-finned fishes are genealogically placed in-between the ray-finned fishes (such as goldfish and guppies) and the tetrapods − the first four-limbed vertebrates and their descendants, including living and extinct amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. A lobe-finned ancestor(s) underwent genomic changes that accompanied the transition of life in an aquatic environment to life on land. The ...
Featured is a Consolidated Phoenix (catalog # x-02753) green wash glass Tropical Fish (Gold Fish) decorated vase. This large glass vase has embossed tropical fish and is decorated with a green acid wash on background and satin decorated fish on foreground. Circa 1926 this vase is part of the original "Martele" line. It measures approximately 9" (H), 8" x 3.25" (W), 6" x 2.5" at rim opening. It is in good condition with some tiny pinhead nicks along inside rim which were probably in the making and no cracks or chips. What looks like a chip in one photo of the rim is actually part of the making and is decorated in the green wash. Both foot and rim are hand polished. You will not be disappointed in the quality of this piece of art glass. ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Comparative proteome and peptidome analysis of the cephalic fluid secreted by Arapaima gigas (Teleostei Osteoglossidae) during and outside parental care. AU - Torati, Lucas S.. AU - Migaud, Hervé. AU - Doherty, Mary K.. AU - Siwy, Justyna. AU - Mullen, Willian. AU - Mesquita, Pedro E.C.. AU - Albalat, Amaya. N1 - ©2017 The Authors. PY - 2017/10/24. Y1 - 2017/10/24. N2 - Parental investment in Arapaima gigas includes nest building and guarding, followed by a care provision when a cephalic fluid is released from the parents head to the offspring. This fluid has presumably important functions for the offspring but so far its composition has not been characterised. In this study the proteome and peptidome of the cephalic secretion was studied in parental and non-parental fish using capillary electrophoresis coupled to mass spectrometry (CE-MS) and GeLC-MS/MS analyses. Multiple comparisons revealed 28 peptides were significantly different between males and parental males ...
The only Gulf of Maine fishes with which one might confuse an anchovy are young herring, smelt, or silversides, but it is easily distinguished from the former by the wide mouth, as just noted; by its much larger eye; by the relative positions of the fins with the dorsal wholly behind the ventrals instead of over them and with the latter originating close behind the tips of the pectorals when these are laid back against the body; and by its much longer anal fin. The lack of an adipose fin behind the dorsal is sufficient to separate anchovy from smelt at a glance, while the silversides (Menidia) have two dorsal fins instead of one. The anchovy has large, thin, easily detached scales and a deeply forked tail. This species may be distinguished from the striped anchovy by the fact that its anal fin originates under the front of the dorsal; by its more or less diffuse lateral band of silver; by its more numerous anal fin rays (24 to 27 contrasted with 20 or 21 for the striped anchovy), and by its ...
Mike was ready for bed. It was 11 oclock. He had to get up early the next day. The next day he was going fishing. Fish wake up early. They look for food early in the day. They look for food late in the day. The best time to fish is early or late in the day. That is when the fish are hungry. Mike set his alarm. He set his alarm for 5 oclock. The next day he would start fishing at 6 oclock. He wanted to catch four or five fish. If he caught four or five fish, he could eat fresh fish all week. Fresh fish is the best fish. Mike went to bed. ...
p> The Longfin Dragon Scale Mixed Colors Male Betta is an attractive variety of Betta splendens distinguished by its longer fins and "Dragon Scales". More prominent in appearance, "Dragon Scales" are slightly larger in size than normal scales and have darker edges giving them an armored reptilian or mystical dragon-like appearance. The Longfin Dragon Scale Betta comes in an assortment of gorgeous color combinations with its breathtaking body coloration radiating into the fins in varying degree, making each individual a unique living piece of art.. The Longfin Dragon Scale Betta shares the same care requirements as other Betta splendens varieties. As such, only one male Betta should be kept in an aquarium. However, the smaller, shorter-finned females may be housed together with caution. If kept in a community aquarium, the Longfin Dragon Scale Betta should be housed with peaceful fish that will not nip at the Bettas glorious, flowing fins.. The ideal environment for the Longfin Dragon Scale ...
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Native Fish and Amphibians From Fish Stocking SACRAMENTO, Calif.- The Sacramento Superior Court has ordered the California Department of Fish and Game into talks with Pacific Rivers Council and the Center for Biological Diversity to develop interim measures to limit harm to native species caused by fish stocking. The intent is to minimize the adverse effect that hatchery-raised fish inflict on sensitive native fish and amphibian species while the Department prepares an Environmental Impact Report under the California Environmental Quality Act.. "Interim measures limiting stocking are needed to help save Californias native fish and frogs from extinction," said Noah Greenwald, biodiversity program director for the Center for Biological Diversity. "Fish and Game should still be able to stock hatchery fish, but in places where they wont harm native species.. The court ruled in May 2007 that fish stocking has "significant environmental impacts" on "aquatic ecosystems" and "in particular, on native ...
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This study examined mechanisms underlying cardio-respiratory acclimation to moderate sustained hypoxia (6·0 kPa for 7 days at 22° C) in the bowfin Amia calva, a facultative air-breathing fish. This level of hypoxia is slightly below the critical oxygen tension (pcrit) of A. calva denied access to air (mean ± s.e. = 9·3 ± 1·0 kPa). Before exposure to sustained hypoxia, A. calva with access to air increased air-breathing frequency on exposure to acute progressive hypoxia while A. calva without access to air increased gill-breathing frequency. Exposure to sustained hypoxia increased the gill ventilation response to acute progressive hypoxia in A. calva without access to air, regardless of whether they had access to air or not during the sustained hypoxia. Additionally, there was a decrease in Hb-O2 binding affinity in these fish. This suggests that, in A. calva, acclimation to hypoxia elicits changes that increase oxygen delivery to the gas exchange surface for oxygen uptake and reduce ...
I used a conceptual model proposed by Schlosser (1987) to compare channelized and unchannelized reaches of the South Sulphur River, Texas. This model suggests that fish assemblage structure can be predicted based on the level of habitat heteroge neity, especially with regard to the level of pool development. Based on Schlossers model, I hypothesized that habitat heterogeneity would be greater in the unchannelized (as compared to channelized) reach of the South Sulphur River, which would therefore have more stable fish assemblages. Fish assemblages in this reach would have similar total fish density and higher species richness, in addition to lower density and higher biomass of larger-bodied fish (primarily piscivores and omnivores), as well as lower density and biomass of juveniles and adults of small-bodied species (primarily invertivores) as compared to the channelized reach. Habitat characteristics conformed to my predictions, but fish assemblage attributes were opposite those hypothesized. ...
FIFO cannot be directly related to the amount of wild fish that could be passed for human consumption, because it does not take into account whether the raw fish material comes from 1) fish that are eaten whole, such as sardines, 2) fish where half of the raw material (fillet) goes to human consumption, such as herring or 3) fish that are mainly not eaten by humans, such as sand eel. For feeds with a FIFO of 2, it would mean that in case 1), 2 kg of wild fish that could have been eaten by humans is used to produce 1 kg of salmon. In case 2), 1 kg of wild fish would be used, and in case 3) 0 kg of wild fish that could be used for human consumption would be used. Fishmeal and fish oil are also used as ingredients in animal feed in agriculture, and in food supplementation (capsules) for humans. EPA and DHA enriched eggs, milk and meat are produced by adding fish oil in the feed. ...
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The Nature Center is home to a variety of fish that live in the James River and Chesapeake Bay. A comprehensive list of fish located at the Nature Center can be found below. One of our most notable fish is the Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus), which is considered threatened, endangered, and even extinct in much of its original habitats.. The Atlantic sturgeon was a primary source of protein in Colonial times, and is often referred to as "the fish that saved Jamestown". This species of fish is known for its occasional leaping behavior called breaching. The exact reason why sturgeon breach remains unknown, although it has been suggested that they may be attempting to rid themselves of parasites. Another unique characteristic of the Atlantic sturgeon are their scales. Rather than having true scales like other fish, they have five rows of bony plates known as scutes.. Atlantic sturgeon under six years of age stay in the brackish water where they were born before moving into the ...
ID H3BA90_LATCH Unreviewed; 2064 AA. AC H3BA90; DT 18-APR-2012, integrated into UniProtKB/TrEMBL. DT 18-APR-2012, sequence version 1. DT 25-OCT-2017, entry version 39. DE RecName: Full=Voltage-dependent L-type calcium channel subunit alpha {ECO:0000256,RuleBase:RU003808}; GN Name=CACNA1C {ECO:0000313,Ensembl:ENSLACP00000018811}; OS Latimeria chalumnae (West Indian ocean coelacanth). OC Eukaryota; Metazoa; Chordata; Craniata; Vertebrata; Euteleostomi; OC Coelacanthiformes; Coelacanthidae; Latimeria. OX NCBI_TaxID=7897 {ECO:0000313,Ensembl:ENSLACP00000018811, ECO:0000313,Proteomes:UP000008672}; RN [1] {ECO:0000313,Ensembl:ENSLACP00000018811} RP NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE [LARGE SCALE GENOMIC DNA]. RC STRAIN=Wild caught {ECO:0000313,Ensembl:ENSLACP00000018811}; RX PubMed=9215903; RA Zardoya R., Meyer A.; RT "The complete DNA sequence of the mitochondrial genome of a living RT fossil, the coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnae)."; RL Genetics 146:995-1010(1997). RN [2] {ECO:0000313,Ensembl:ENSLACP00000018811} ...
Population - genetic structure on European anchovy Engraulis encrasicolus, Linnaeus, 1758 Osteichthyes: Engraulide from Mediterranean Basin and Atlantic Ocean. . Biblioteca virtual para leer y descargar libros, documentos, trabajos y tesis universitarias en PDF. Material universiario, documentación y tareas realizadas por universitarios en nuestra biblioteca. Para descargar gratis y para leer online.
In this community-based, cross-sectional study, we found that frequency of fish consumption was positively associated with calcaneus BMD in Chinese men. We used a self-report questionnaire to estimate the fish consumption due to its convenience for large-scale, cross-sectional study. Fish is the major source of animal protein consumed in traditional Chinese diets. Our findings suggest that increasing the frequency of fish consumption may be an effective and economic way to prevent OP.. Our results are consistent with those of previous studies. For instance, Julian et al. found that greater fish consumption was associated with greater bone mass of the phalanges among pre-menopausal Spanish women [13]. Farina et al. also examined the association between fish consumption and hip bone mineral density cross-sectionally and longitudinally in the Framingham Osteoporosis Study, which indicated that both men and women with high fish consumption demonstrated greater mean baseline femoral neck BMD, and ...
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Click the link for more information. ), describes any fish with a habit of leaping clear of the water. Of the smaller food herrings and related species, the anchovies and sardines are the most important. The American anchovies, Engraulis encrasicholus, belong to the closely related family Engraulidae, are about 4 in. (10 cm) long, inhabit warm seas, and are chiefly valuable as food for other fishes. Spanish and Italian anchovies, found in the Mediterranean and nearby Atlantic, are cured by a process involving fermentation; the small European herrings (called sprats, or brislings) are cured without fermentation and are sold as Norwegian, or Swedish, anchovies and sardines. The name sardine is also applied to various small fish packed with oil or sauce in flat cans. The true sardine from France, Spain, and Portugal is usually the young pilchard (Sardinia pilchardus) of Mediterranean and Atlantic coastal waters. Sardine fishing and canning are an important industry in Maine, where small herrings ...
The study examined the marketing of fresh fish in Ngaski Local Government Area of Kebbi State, Nigeria. With the aid of a sampling frame, proportionate random sampling technique was used to select fish marketers. Thus, a total of one hundred and ten (110) fish marketers constitute the sample size for the study. Structured questionnaire was used to collect data for the respondents. Data analysis was carried out using descriptive statistics, marketing efficiency, marketing margin and T-test statistics. Result of the study revealed that about 26% of fresh fish marketers in the study area were within the age range of 20 to 30 years, fresh fish marketing in the study area is dominated by males (71.9%). Furthermore, about 83% of fresh fish marketers in the study area were married; majority (85.4%) of fresh fish marketers in the study area were literate. About 72% of fresh fish marketers in the study area had their monthly income ranging from N2, 000 to N20, 000. Also revealed from the result, 38.1% of ...
The effect of Halamid® in tropical marine fish farming is much less documented, even if similar disease problems occur.. Axcentive has therefore performed a test program to understand if the beneficial effects under tropical conditions are similar to those in cold water fish farming.. Particular attention has been given to the safety of the treatment to the high value fish concerned. Focus has been given on managing clean conditions in the land-based growing of fingerlings. After all, grow-out in tropical areas is still mostly done in flow through sea-cages, where microbial loading of the water is much less of an issue.. Three farm stages have been investigated: the hatching of eggs, the larvae rearing and the nursery.. Eggs Fish eggs as received from own broodstock or external supplies can be a source of microbial contamination.. A simple egg wash in a Halamid® solution of 500-1000 ppm for 5-10 minutes showed 100 per cent effective in removing bacteria, including Vibrio. The hatchability of ...
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The immunoglobulins (Igs) were isolated and purified respectively from serum of Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baerii) and Stellate sturgeon (Acipenser stellatus) by using 50% saturated ammonium sulfate precipitation. Analysis of the purified Ig of the two species of fishes on sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) under reducing conditions revealed two bands, heavy chains and light chains respectively. The molecular weight of the heavy chains of two fishes was about 70 kD and the molecular weight of the light chains was 27kD for Siberian sturgeon and 27.5 kD for Stellate sturgeon. The results suggested that the isolated and purified serum Immunoglobuline in two species of sturgeons, Siberian sturgeon (A. baerii) and Stellate sturgeon (A. stellatus) can be used to produce polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies against sturgeon Ig for developing diagnostic tests against a wide variety of pathogens.. ...
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Fricke H., Hissmann K., Froese R., Schauer J., Plante R., Fricke S. 2011: The population biology of the living coelacanth studied over 21 years. Marine Biology, 158(7), pp. 1511-1522. [1] ...
NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) is undertaking re-snagging works to improve native fish habitat in the Lower Severn River.. The reintroduction of snags - part of a collaborative project between DPI Fisheries and the Northern Tablelands Local Land Services (LLS) - aims to boost habitat for small and large native fish, including some threatened species.. "Recent mapping has identified a low number of snags in parts of the Severn River," said NSW DPI Fisheries Manager Charlie Carruthers.. "Snags are fallen trees or boulders that are a major ecological and structural element of our waterways.. "They increase in-stream habitat for native fish by providing hiding and resting places out of the main flow of the river as well as spawning sites for several species of native fish, including popular recreational species such as Murray Cod," he said.. "Snags also play an important role in the food webs of our waterways with small aquatic animals such as shrimp feeding on the algae that grow on ...
Fish may die after release for a variety of reasons. The most common causes of post-release mortality are physiological stress on the fish resulting from struggle during capture, injuries caused by the hook, and mishandling of the fish by the angler.. Unfortunately, some fish may die after release even though they appear unharmed and despite efforts by the angler to revive the fish.. Fish that struggle intensely during capture are usually exhausted and stressed from the accumulation of excessive amounts of lactic acid in their muscles and blood. The stress of capture may be more severe for larger fish such as tarpon, therefore, using the proper weight-class tackle, landing your catch quickly, and releasing the fish as quickly as possible increases the fishs chance of survival. Bringing an exhausted fish out of the water is like asking a triathlon winner to jump back in the water and hold their breath---they both need oxygen to recover!. Fish that are reeled to the surface from deep water may ...
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For more than 4,000 years, men and women have kept fish, first in ponds and later in tanks. It comes as no surprise then that today they have become the second most popular pet in America. More than 7.4 million U.S households have aquarium fish!. For many of us fish were our first pets, or more specifically gold fish. It is probably a safe assumption to say that at one time or another all of us have had a gold fish. The reason for this is that the gold fish happen to be the most popular of all the aquarium fish in the world.. The Chinese were the first to breed gold fish for their beauty and color over 1,000 years ago. Around 1500 they were exported to Japan, and with their growing popularity they made their way over to Europe by the 1600s. Gold fish were prevalent in America by the 1800s.. With hundreds of different species of fish out there you may be wondering why the rather simple gold fish has grown to be the most popular. The reason is because they can stand almost any living condition. ...
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the north-center of the country have been showing a historic minimum incidence of juvenile specimen capture.. North-center zone in red ►. The ministry informed that from November 6 to 18, the average size of the anchovies caught was 14 centimeters, a quite positive figure that shows the proper management that PRODUCE has been giving the resource for several years. Likewise, the Institute of the Sea of ​​Peru (IMARPE) reported that a speciment of 17.5 cm was captured.. It should be remembered that the minimum catch size of the anchovy is 12 centimeters.. According to IMARPE reports, in Piura and La Libertad the percentage of juvenile capture was 0%. Meanwhile, in Ancash (Chimbote) it did not exceed 0.02% and in the Lima region the maximum was recorded in Chancay, with only 1.64%.. This information allows us to gather that the second anchovy fishing season will be successful and will ensure a sustainable fishery for the benefit of the sector and the country, concluded.. ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - The role of catchment land use and tidal exchange in structuring estuarine fish assemblages. AU - Warry, Fiona. AU - Reich, Paul. AU - Cook, Perran. AU - MAC NALLY, Ralph. AU - Woodland, Ryan. PY - 2018/4. Y1 - 2018/4. N2 - Changes in land use often increase nutrient loading to aquatic ecosystems, affecting primary productivity and water quality, with flow-on effects to consumers. We explored whether fish-assemblage composition, species diversity, and the representation and richness of ecological guilds were associated with catchment land use in 31 estuaries in Victoria, Australia. Fish assemblages were surveyed using fyke and gill nets. Species were assigned to ecological guilds based on salinity associations and their use of estuaries, water column position and trophic characteristics.The Shannon diversity index, representation and richness of several marine-associated species and trophic guilds dominated by marine-associated specieswere positively related to tidal exchange, ...
There are lots of different types of fish antibiotics. All of the medicines we carry come with instructions for using with aquariums and aquarium fish. Below is a partial list of the different fish medicines that we carry. Fish Mox, Fish Flex, Fish Zole, Fish Cillin, Fish Flox, Fish Cycline
Ultimately we want to start our own breeding operation, to be able to supply fingerlings to others who want to go into fish production. This is our vision," says Sokonia.. "Other communities can also benefit from fish farming," he says enthusiastically.. Always keen to share his knowledge, Sokonia has been invited to give a presentation on his successful fish operation at the Zimbabwe Fish Producers Association launch on March 17 at Exhibition Park.. Vision and perseverance have paid off. "We did not let high losses in the beginning deter us, we recognised the potential of the project," says Sokonia.. In the first year, more than 9 000 fish almost ready for harvesting escaped into the dam through the second hand nets, which required daily inspection and constant mending. Nets and the feed - which accounts for 60 percent of production costs - are the most expensive inputs in fish farming.. Feed formulated for fish. Investment in fish feed manufacture in Zimbabwe shows that with the right fish ...
A tropical fish that lives in mangrove swamps across the Americas can survive out of water for months at a time, similar to how animals adapted to land millions of years ago, a new study shows.
The Prehistoric Dragon Goby, also called the Dragon Goby, Eel Goby, Peruvian Goby, or Violet Goby is a brackish water to fresh water fish from South and Central America. The prehistoric Dragon Goby has a long slender body much like an eel with purplish lavender body color. The Prehistoric Dragon Goby is ideally kept in a 50-gallon or larger aquarium decorated with plenty of rocks, plants, and caves in order to provide adequate hiding places for this typically timid fish. They prefer hard water with an alkalinity of 10 to 20 dKH and a pH of 7.5 to 8.0. In order to maintain these conditions, it is best to provide a substrate consisting of aragonite. The aragonite substrate can be mixed with darker gravel to reduce glare from the lighting. Although no external differences are known between male and female, if trying to breed the Prehistoric Dragon Gobies, spawning groups of 1 male to at least 3 females is recommended. The male will spawn with several females over the course of a day. Females should ...
Fish consumption is the major dietary source of EPA and DHA, which according to rodent experiments may reduce body fat mass and prevent obesity. Only a few human studies have investigated the association between fish consumption and body-weight gain. We investigated the association between fish consumption and subsequent change in body weight. Women and men (n 344 757) participating in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition were followed for a median of 5.0 years. Linear and logistic regression were used to investigate the associations between fish consumption and subsequent change in body weight. Among women, the annual weight change was 5.70 (95% CI 4.35, 7.06), 2.23 (95% CI 0.16, 4.31) and 11.12 (95% CI 8.17, 14.08) g/10 g higher total, lean and fatty fish consumption per d, respectively. The OR of becoming overweight in 5 years among women who were normal weight at enrolment was 1.02 (95% CI 1.01, 1.02), 1.01 (95% CI 1.00, 1.02) and 1.02 (95% CI 1.01, 1.04) g/10 g ...
Make your own huggable Fresh Fish pillow- this fish is a perfect accessory for any age or gender- looks great on a bed or sofa. The fish can be made eco-friendly with recycled wool or cotton clothing. Included are instructions for using stretch or non-stretch fabrics. The pattern makes a fish
Oily fish tends to be higher in calories than white fish because oily fish contains plenty of essential fatty acids which have been shown to help combat some types of heart disease. One portion of oily fish is recommended at least once per week.. Oily fish, such as salmon, mackerel, herring, sardines, pilchards and tuna, are rich in the type of polyunsaturated fat known as omega-3 fatty acids. While some other foods contain omega-3s, oily fish contain the eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acids (DHA). These oils have been much studied in recent years and are useful to help minimize joint pain as well as lower the risk of heart disease and some cancers. Fish oils are also one of the best sources of vitamin D in the diet, which increases calcium absorption. They can also help the condition of your hair and skin to make it strong and shiny!. Note: Values for calories in fish may vary between different portions.. Photograph by Gideon. Creative Commons.. ...
We, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service), designate critical habitat for the Kootenai River population of the white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) (Kootenai sturgeon) pursuant to the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended (Act). In total, approximately, 6.9 river miles (RM) (11.1...
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The Mesozoic was an important time in the evolution of chondrichthyan and actinopterygian fishes because it was then that most of the modern groups first entered the fossil record and began to radiate. By the end of the era, many archaic forms had disappeared and the foundation had been laid for the modern diversity of fishes. Despite this significant change, before 1990 there had been little concerted research on Mesozoic fishes and no synopsis or compilation of the systematics and paleoecology of Mesozoic fishes. To remedy this deficiency, Gloria ARRATIA organized the first symposium, "Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics and Paleoecology" in Eichstätt, Germany in 1993, and, with G. VIOHL, edited the first volume in the Mesozoic Fishes series.. ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Fatty fish intake decreases lipids related to inflammation and insulin signaling. T2 - A lipidomics approach. AU - Lankinen, Maria. AU - Schwab, Ursula. AU - Erkkilä, Anja. AU - Seppänen-Laakso, Tuulikki. AU - Hannila, Marja-Leena. AU - Mussalo, Hanna. AU - Lehto, Seppo. AU - Uusitupa, Matti. AU - Gylling, Helena. AU - Orešič, Matej. PY - 2009. Y1 - 2009. N2 - BackgroundThe evidence of the multiple beneficial health effects of fish consumption is strong, but physiological mechanisms behind these effects are not completely known. Little information is available on the effects of consumption of different type of fish. The aim of this study was to investigate how fatty fish or lean fish in a diet affect serum lipidomic profiles in subjects with coronary heart disease.Methodology and Principal FindingsA pilot study was designed which included altogether 33 subjects with myocardial infarction or unstable ischemic attack in an 8-week parallel controlled intervention. The subjects ...
Why this is the case is simple: The seller exists solely to make a profit and no matter the intent behind buying an animal, a final sale is a final sale. While a good Samaritan may save one betta fish from Walmart, for example, by purchasing the fish the store will only see a successful product even if complaints are made. Thus, a continued cycle of abuse will occur. For every betta fish "rescued" through payment, another is replaced and forced into the same poor living conditions. Similarly, the no-pay policy is strongly advocated for puppies. Puppy mills have been strongly voiced against because of their horrible and abusive treatment of dogs, leading to many boycotts of store-bought puppies and emphasis on adopting instead of encouraging the cruel condition. If a puppy lover decided to "rescue" a puppy from a store by purchasing it, despite the intention behind the purchase the store will flourish from such as sale and order in a new puppy from a mill. The same scenario goes for betta fish. ...
Printed on Oct 6, 2010 in Character Information by Interesting Info The Coelacanth, or Latimeria chalumnae Smith, is One of the more appealing types of fish on this planet. This arises from how this fish was believed to have already been extinct for a protracted timeframe. The record on the fish may be very potent and over time its been dealt with over time to where the fish is remaining protected by a range of businesses. The Coelacanth is unique in that it had been found out during the twentieth century Regardless of how it had been although to generally be extinct. In late 1938 more info a Coelacanth was caught for the Chalumna River about the eastern Section of South Africa. The crew that caught it imagined it looked uncommon so it consulted a museum within the town of East London, South Africa for support with identifying it. It turned out that it was a fish that was identified as remaining similar to that of what fossilized continues to be of a Coelacanth showcased. The rediscovery in the ...
Thats right! We are beginning a brand new series on fish. Not just fish, but fish that are friendly to our bodies. With an industrialized fish farming industry, mercury and radiation contamination in the ocean, and unsustainable wild fishing practices, the Wellitude team would like to educate our readers in what kinds of fish are the safest to eat, how to shop for them, and just how nutritious friendly fish can be when chosen properly.. People with certain health conditions, i.e., pregnant or nursing women and young children, must avoid particular varieties of fish. In fact, we strongly recommend that everyone avoid these fish. Mercury is not good for anyone. Apologies to all sushi-lovers out there! We strongly recommend that you do NOT eat raw fish, as it is high in heavy metals. Instead, opt for California or veggie rolls.. Toxicity levels vary by where the fish was caught. For example, wild Alaskan salmon is safe to eat, while Atlantic salmon is high is toxins. There are three culprits of ...
With a delightfully clean finish, the White Transmontanus Sturgeon provides nice firm and dark pearls, resulting in an excellent flavor and mild texture. Sustainably farmed, the California Sturgeon farm has a micro-ecosystem in place: where filtered water ultimately passes through a 4 acre hydroponics pond, that will be blooming with vegetables harvested year around. This whole process is designed to clean and recharge the waters so that the Sturgeon can swim in the most pristine and mineral rich recycled waters. That means, virtually no mercury, residual pesticides, pollutants or chemicals are found in the sustainable waters. Serves 2-4 people. ...
Mise à jour Évaluation et Rapport de situation du COSEPAC sur lesturgeon à museau court Acipenser brevirostrum au Canada. Taxinomie : classe des Actinoptérigiens; ordre des Acipensériformes; famille des Acipenséridés; genre Acipenser; espèce brevirostrum.
Comparative characteristics in genetic structure of cultured Ukrainian and Polish populations and the natural paddlefish populations from the United States
Another cool gene all my strains carry is the double tail gene, my all time favorite. A Double Tail betta (dt) has two tail lobes instead of one. It also has twice (sometimes more) as many rays in the dorsal fin (top fin) as a regular Single Tail (ST) betta, resulting in a dorsal fin that is twice (or more) larger than a ST betta. Yes, you get twice as much for the price of one! hehehehe. The ideal Double Tail betta is one with two large even lobes (such as the yellow betta to the left, born in my fishroom and with which I started my Gorgeous Yellow line). Notice how even both lobes are, and how the entire finnage looks like a perfect circle. This is an outstanding Double Tail. DT is recessive, but ST bettas that carry the DT gene have better finnage and larger dorsals then bettas who dont carry DT. Pretty much all my ST bettas carry the DT gene. (indicated by the symbol: ST/dt). ...
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Historically speaking, Betta Fish are said to have gotten their name from an ancient clan of Asian warriors called the "Bettah." They were given these warriors names because about 150 years ago people enjoyed participating in a popular sport that involved the fighting of two of these warrior fish. (In fact, the sport was so popular that it was regulated - and taxed - by the King of Siam!). One interesting note about Betta fish fighting is that, unlike cock or dog fighting in the west, at Siamese fighting fish tournaments, the actual fight was more to test the bravery of the fish, rather than a fight to see how much damage would be inflicted, or a death match.. Spectators bet on how long a particular fish would fight, and which one would give up first. (In fact, most fish would only fight once or twice, and then live out the remainder of their lives being pampered and used for breeding.). Natural ...
In San Franciscos tony restaurants, one can feast on perfectly seared ahi tuna or sample butter drizzled mahi mahi accompanied by a $50 bottle of wine. Just across the Bay, however, is a whole different world - fishermen in Richmond live on toxic fish caught from a place that is recognized as an Environmental Protection Agency Superfund site.. High school student ambassadors from the Maat (pronounced my-OT) Youth Academy are trying to increase awareness among these fishermen of the dangers of eating certain fish from this area. In 2001, the youth designed a study investigating the fishing habits and fish consumption among the local population in Contra Costa County. Seventy percent of the anglers surveyed were Asian, African American or Latino, and 73 percent regularly ate fish caught from the bay, including bass and white croaker (kingfish), both of which appear on fish consumption advisories.. Sharon Fuller is the executive director of the Maat Youth Academy and a lifelong Richmond ...
herring: Species of slab-sided northern fish belonging to the family Clupeidae (order Clupeiformes). The name herring refers to either the Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus harengus) or...
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Anonymous. 1988. The biology of sturgeons and paddlefish in the Yangtze and their artificial propagation [in Chinese]. Sichuan Scientific and Technical Publishing House, Chengdu, China.. Chen, X.H. 2007. Biology and resource situation of Acipenseriformes [in Chinese]. pp. 95-102. Ocean Press, Beijing.. Fan, X.G., Wei, Q.W., Chang, J., Rosenthal, H., He, J.X., Chen, D.Q., Shen, L., Du, H. and Yang, D.G. 2006. A review on conservation issues in the upper Yangtze River - a last chance for a big challenge: Can Chinese paddlefish (Psephurus gladius), Dabrys sturgeon, (Acipenser dabryanus) and other fish species still be saved? Journal of Applied Ichthyology 22(suppl 1): 32-39.. Fu, C., Wu, J., Chen, J., Wu, Q. and Lei, G. 2003. Freshwater fish biodiversity in the Yangtze River basin of China: patterns, threats and conservation. Biodiversity and Conservation 12: 1649-1685.. IUCN. 2010. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species (ver. 2010.1). Available at: www.iucnredlist.org. (Accessed: 10 March ...
The researchers followed 39,367 Swedish men between the ages of 45 and 79 from 1998 to 2004.. The researchers recorded details of the mens diet and tracked the mens outcome through Swedish inpatient hospital registers and cause-of-death registers. During this period, 597 men in the study (with no previous history of heart disease or diabetes) developed heart failure. Thirty-four men died.. Analysis of their numbers showed that the men who ate fatty fish (herring, mackerel, salmon, whitefish, and char) once a week were 12 percent less likely to develop heart failure, compared with men who ate no fatty fish.. The researchers found the strongest link with the intake of marine omega-3 fatty acids, which are found in cod liver and other fish oils.. The men who consumed approximately 0.36 grams a day were 33 percent less likely to develop heart failure than the men who consumed little or no marine omega-3 fatty acids.. We divided the men into five groups based on their intake of fatty fish, ...
The bioinformatic approach implemented in this study resulted in a large set (154 loci for the zebrafish and torafugu comparison) of candidate genes to infer high-level phylogeny of ray-finned fishes. The actual number of candidate loci depended on the genomes being compared and the fixed search parameters. Experimental tests of a smaller subset (15 loci) demonstrate that a large fraction (2/3) of these candidates are easily amplified by PCR from whole genomic DNA extractions in a vast diversity of fish taxa. The assumption that these loci are represented by a single copy in the fish genomes could not be rejected by the PCR assays in the species tested (all amplifications resulted in a single product), increasing the likelihood that the genetic markers are orthologous and suitable to infer organismal phylogeny. Our method is based on searching, under specific criteria, the available complete genomic databases of organisms closely related to the taxa of interest. Therefore, the same approach that ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Association of reported fish intake and supplementation status with the omega-3 index. AU - Jackson, K. H.. AU - Polreis, J. M.. AU - Tintle, N. L.. AU - Kris-Etherton, Penny Margaret. AU - Harris, W. S.. PY - 2019/3/1. Y1 - 2019/3/1. N2 - Background: An Omega-3 Index (O3I; EPA+DHA as a % of erythrocyte total fatty acids) in the desirable range (8%-12%) has been associated with improved heart and brain health. Objective: To determine the combination of fish intake and supplement use that is associated with an O3I of ,8%. Design: Two cross-sectional studies comparing the O3I to EPA+DHA/fish intake. Participants/setting: The first study included 28 individuals and assessed their fish and EPA+DHA intake using both a validated triple-pass 24-hr recall dietary survey and a single fish-intake question. The second study used de-identified data from 3,458 adults (84% from US) who self-tested their O3I and answered questions about their fish intake and supplement use. Statistical analyses ...
Parental care in the fish world varies widely. Parents can be anywhere on a continuum from eating all their eggs or fry, to both parents fiercely guarding their eggs and fry. Many fish parents show some common behaviors, so I will discuss them here. Most fish consider any and all fish eggs and young to be a tasty treat. Therefore most fish will not hesitate to snack on any they find, including their own. This means that egg scatters and many substrate spawners really cannot be bred in a community tank, as the eggs will quickly be eaten by the parents and other fish. Marine fish and invertebrates also eat eggs. Livebearers are especially notorious for eating their young. A few fish ignore their eggs or fry, and so can be bred in a species tank. White cloud minnows can breed this way, and many killifish will at least ignore the eggs. Baby killies are fair game, though. Guppies will also often ignore babies. Other fish have one parent that guards the eggs and fry. Most bubblenest builders and ...
The morphological stasis of coelacanths has long suggested a slow evolutionary rate. General genomic stasis might also imply a decrease of transposable elements activity. To evaluate the potential activity of transposable elements (TEs) in living fossil species, transcriptomic data of Latimeria chalumnae and its Indonesian congener Latimeria menadoensis were compared through the RNA-sequencing mapping procedures in three different organs (liver, testis, and muscle). The analysis of coelacanth transcriptomes highlights a significant percentage of transcribed TEs in both species. Major contributors are LINE retrotransposons, especially from the CR1 family. Furthermore, some particular elements such as a LF-SINE and a LINE2 sequences seem to be more expressed than other elements. The amount of TEs expressed in testis suggests possible transposition burst in incoming generations. Moreover, significant amount of TEs in liver and muscle transcriptomes were also observed. Analyses of elements ...
Bettas (scientific name Betta splendens) are the focus of the California Betta Society, a Chapter of the International Betta Congress. CBS members keep and breed Bettas for showing in IBC shows, distribution to other Betta keepers, and for personal enjoyment. This site provides a forum for the exhange of information and discussion about the CBS and Bettas. Please see the CBS Website www.cbsbettas.org for information on upcoming meetings.
The horseshoe crab is just one example of numerous living fossils or animals that have not changed for aeons of time. The most famous living fossil is the Coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnae) that was thought to be a link between fish and amphibians. Unlike "ordinary" fish, the Coelacanth gives birth to live offspring. Yet, the Coelacanth, dubbed the dino fish, is clearly a fish and not a half mammal. Evolutionists believed it used its fins to walk on the seabed but observations have shown this to be false. Scientists suspected that it became extinct some 65 million years ago, but in 1938 a living specimen was caught off the coast of Madagascar and since then several others have also been sighted living ...
Fishes are rich sources of different types on nutrients. Various types of fishes are available here, so Bangladeshies are called bangali of rice and fishes. Some species are only found in brine water; on the other hand some varieties are available in soft water. The soft water fishes are found almost everywhere in . Some soft water fishes are either found in natural sources such as ponds, rivers, lakes etc. or they may be farmed. Both wild and farmed fishes are rich sources of protein and also contain significant amount of moisture. The moisture content in wild Catla catla fish is higher than other species. The farmed species contain higher amount of ash than wild species. Protein content in farmed species is also higher than wild species. Calcium content in Catla catla wild species is significantly different from other species. Cirrhinus cirrhosus farmed species show higher potassium content than other species. All of the species are rich sources of iron. Iodine number is also
To our best knowledge, this is the first meta-analysis with systematic review on the association between fish intake and brain cancer risk. Based on nine observational studies, involving a total of 4428 brain cancer cases and 501,617 participants, the results showed that fish intake might be associated with lower brain cancer risk, and dose-response analysis also supported the conclusion. However, due to the small number of studies included, the statistical power was weakened to some extent, and further subgroup analyses were limited.. Although the precise mechanisms whereby fish intake reduces the risk of brain cancer are still unknown, the biological explanation is plausible. Fish is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), high quality proteins and minerals, and low in fat and cholesterol, especially, marine fish contains plenty of omega-3 fatty acids, including docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), which exert a series of health benefits and neuroprotective ...
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If the temperature is decreased, the metabolic activity in the fish from microbial or autolytic processes can be reduced or stopped. This is achieved by refrigeration where the temperature is dropped to about 0 °C, or freezing where the temperature is dropped below -18 °C. On fishing vessels, the fish are refrigerated mechanically by circulating cold air or by packing the fish in boxes with ice. Forage fish, which are often caught in large numbers, are usually chilled with refrigerated or chilled seawater. Once chilled or frozen, the fish need further cooling to maintain the low temperature. There are key issues with fish cold store design and management, such as how large and energy efficient they are, and the way they are insulated and palletized.[6]. An effective method of preserving the freshness of fish is to chill with ice by distributing ice uniformly around the fish. It is a safe cooling method that keeps the fish moist and in an easily stored form suitable for transport. It has become ...
To care for a marine aquarium is much more difficult than freshwater. The reason for this is that in nature, fish have evolved in relatively constant conditions of environment. Therefore, a change in vital parameters is allowed in a very small range. Beginners rarely have marine aquariums: not just for complex care, but because of the high cost of equipment and their inhabitants.. However, if you really want to have a home to beautiful tropical fish, take a chance and make a saltwater aquarium is definitely worth it. It can be of three types: only with fish, plants and invertebrates, and finally with all together. Easiest way to take care of the first type, since all terms are calculated only for fish. Proper starting of the aquarium can considerably facilitate subsequent maintenance and to get rid of many problems.. Before starting the ground is Packed by size fractions: large pebbles on the filter or the bottom of the aquarium, then a special coating, which is poured fine sand. You can use ...
Unsustainable fishing practices have placed a heavy emphasis on aquaculture to meet the global shortfalls in the supply of fish and seafood, which are commonly accepted as the primary source of health-promoting essential omega-3 (n-3 highly unsaturated fatty acids). However, dietary fish oil is required for the production of omega-3-rich farmed fish and this commodity, in a vicious circle, is at present derived solely from wild fisheries. Decreasing global availability coupled with the highly variable price of this resource has forced the aquaculture industry to investigate the possibilities of alternative dietary lipid sources. This review attempts to compile all principal information available regarding the effects of fish oil replacement for the diets of farmed finfish, analysing the findings using a comparative approach among different cultured fish species. The review initially focuses on the present situation with regard to the production, availability and main nutritional characteristics ...
Very clever. "Crossopterygian" is a dated term showing that Menton has read nothing about the study of tetrapod origins or lobe-finned fish systematics from the past 20 years. Although I have a particular affection for the term, nobody uses "crossopterygian" anymore. Its Mentons convenient use of an outdated typological term that excludes lungfishes by its definition that is particularly misleading. The term "crossopterygian" referes to a sub-group of lobe-finned fishes that included coelacanths and "osteolepiforms", the latter including the iconic Eusthenopteron frequently seen crawling out of the water in childrens dinosaur books (though few scientists think it actually did this). The term is largely discarded today because it assumes that lungfishes and tetrapods are not simply modified "crossopterygians". By using this term, Menton can safely ignore lungfishes, even though most palaeontologists (and a significant number of molecular biologists) now think lungfishes are a closer living ...
Humans interact with fish in a number of ways and the question of whether fish have the capacity to perceive pain and to suffer has recently attracted considerable attention in both scientific and public fora. Only very recently have neuroanatomical studies revealed that teleost fish possess similar pain-processing receptors to higher vertebrates. Research has also shown that fish neurophysiology and behaviour are altered in response to noxious stimulation. In the light of this evidence, and in combination with work illustrating the cognitive capacities of fish, it seems appropriate to respond to a recently published critique (Rose 2002) in which it is argued that it is not possible for fish to experience fear or pain and that, therefore, they cannot suffer. Whilst we agree with the author that fish are unlikely to perceive pain in the same way that humans do, we believe that currently available evidence indicates that fish have the capacity for pain perception and suffering. As such, it would ...
Fish assemblage composition and spatial distribution. Data on fish assemblage composition and abundance were recorded from October 2007 to September 2008, during low tide, on neap tides. Throughout the study 144 belt transects (50 x 2 m) were performed, covering non-overlapping areas through SCUBA diving, totaling an area of 14,400 m2. All transects were conducted during daylight between 07:00 am h and 05:00 pm h. Due to the shade and decreased visibility at the mangroves, which ranged from zero to 2 m in the study area, fish were counted within 1 m either side of the transect.. Transects were distributed across sampling sub-areas as follows: 1) Tanques, n=40 transects; 2) Peixe-Boi, n=28; 3) Cação, n=30; 4) Transition, n=29, and 5) Reefs, n=17. Transects were separated from one another by approximately 50 m, and encompassed both margin and channel portions of the estuary. Surveys were undertaken in both dry (September to February) and rainy seasons (March to August). Tanques, Peixe-Boi and ...
The three classes commonly called fishes include more species of vertebrates than all other classes combined. Fishes also have a higher rate of endangerment than all other classes of vertebrates, due to human use of aquatic resources. Ecology of Fishes is a course for juniors and seniors that focuses on the dramatic interaction between fishes and their habitats. The course covers: physiological, behavioral, and numerical responses of fishes to biotic and abiotic factors; the relationship between environmental factors and fish energetics, growth, survival, behavior, and reproduction; adaptations of fish for survival under different environmental constraints in major habitat types; and the role of humans in fishery declines and fish conservation. The course can be taken as a stand-alone lecture for 3 credit hours (section 003) or as a lecture and lab for 4 credit hours (section 001). The lab uses field trips and lab experiments to elucidate the relationships between fishes and their habitats. At ...
The three classes commonly called fishes include more species of vertebrates than all other classes combined. Fishes also have a higher rate of endangerment than all other classes of vertebrates, due to human use of aquatic resources. Ecology of Fishes is a course for juniors and seniors that focuses on the dramatic interaction between fishes and their habitats. The course covers: physiological, behavioral, and numerical responses of fishes to biotic and abiotic factors; the relationship between environmental factors and fish energetics, growth, survival, behavior, and reproduction; adaptations of fish for survival under different environmental constraints in major habitat types; and the role of humans in fishery declines and fish conservation. The course can be taken as a stand-alone lecture for 3 credit hours (section 003) or as a lecture and lab for 4 credit hours (section 001). The lab uses field trips and lab experiments to elucidate the relationships between fishes and their habitats. At ...
SYMPTOMS: Off-white marks around the mouth. As the infection spreads, white cottony tufts may appear in the mouth region, along with red ulcers on the body and frayed fins. Fish may "shimmy" and go off feed ...