*  Differential heating and cooling rates in bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus Lowe): a model of non-steady state heat exchange |...
Carey, F. G. and Teal, J. M. (1969). Regulation of body temperature by the bluefin tuna. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 28,205 -213. ... Body surface and gill heat loss in restrained skipjack tuna. In The Physiological Ecology of Tunas (ed. G. D. Sharp and A. E. ... Bigeye tuna are anatomically intermediate between yellowfin tuna and Atlantic bluefin tuna. Bigeye tuna have a more developed ... Carey, F. G. and Lawson, K. D. (1973). Temperature regulation in a free-swimming bluefin tuna. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 44A,375 ...
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*  Outline of fish - Wikipedia
Carey, F.G.; Lawson, K.D. (1 February 1973). "Temperature regulation in free-swimming bluefin tuna". Comparative Biochemistry ... Most fish are ectothermic ("cold-blooded"), allowing their body temperatures to vary as ambient temperatures change, though ... of fish Fish anatomy Ampullae of Lorenzini Anguilliformity Barbel Dorsal fin Electroreception Swim bladder Gill Gill raker Gill ... "Regulation of body temperature in the white shark, Carcharodon carcharias". Journal of Comparative Physiology. B Biochemical ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outline_of_fish
*  Fish physiology - Wikipedia
For example, bluefin tuna maintain a core body temperature of 25-33 °C (77-91 °F), in water as cold as 6 °C (43 °F). However, ... Each gill is supported by a cartilagenous or bony gill arch. The gills of vertebrates typically develop in the walls of the ... It is hypothesized that animals employ a variable gearing mechanism that allows self-regulation of force and velocity to meet ... to bluefin tuna and porbeagle sharks who maintain body temperatures elevated in excess of 20 °C above ambient water ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_physiology
*  Fish - Wikipedia
Carey, F.G.; Lawson, K.D. (February 1973). "Temperature regulation in free-swimming bluefin tuna". Comparative Biochemistry and ... A typical fish is ectothermic, has a streamlined body for rapid swimming, extracts oxygen from water using gills or uses an ... to bluefin tuna and porbeagle sharks who maintain body temperatures elevated in excess of 20 °C above ambient water ... Most fish are ectothermic ("cold-blooded"), allowing their body temperatures to vary as ambient temperatures change, though ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish
*  Southern bluefin tuna - Wikipedia
Carey, F.G.; Teal, J.M. (1969). "Regulation of body temperature by the bluefin tuna". Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. ... Since southern bluefin tunas must constantly be swimming to drive water over the gills and provide their bodies with oxygen, ... Overall, southern bluefin tuna does not have a set body temperature point, but it maintains its TB within a narrow range, with ... doi:10.1016/0010-406x(69)91336-x. Carey, F.G.; Lawson, K.D. (1973). "Temperature regulation in free-swimming bluefin tuna". ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_bluefin_tuna
*  In situ cardiac performance of Pacific bluefin tuna hearts in response to acute temperature change | Journal of Experimental...
Carey, F. G. and Teal, J. M. (1969). Regulation of body temperature by the bluefin tuna. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 28,205 -213. ... Large gill surface areas and thin gill epithelia enhance oxygen uptake from the environment (Muir and Hughes, 1969), while well ... In Pacific bluefin tuna as in yellowfin tuna, there is a substantial decrease in cardiac performance at low temperature due to ... Pacific bluefin tunas indicate that larger bluefin maintain significantly larger temperature differentials between mean body ...
  http://jeb.biologists.org/content/207/5/881
*  Tuna - Wikipedia
For example, bluefin can maintain a core body temperature of 25-33 °C (77-91 °F), in water as cold as 6 °C (43 °F). However, ... Australian standards once required cans of tuna to contain at least 51% tuna, but these regulations were dropped in 2003. The ... the heart operates at ambient temperature, as it receives cooled blood, and coronary circulation is directly from the gills. ... Pacific bluefin tuna, Atlantic bluefin tuna, southern bluefin tuna, and yellowfin tuna to its seafood red list, which are fish ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuna
*  Porbeagle - Wikipedia
Among sharks, the porbeagle's capacity for elevating body temperature is second only to the salmon shark's. Its red muscles are ... numbers are caught incidentally by pelagic longline fisheries targeting more valuable species such as southern bluefin tuna ( ... The large gill surface area of the porbeagle allows more oxygen to be delivered to its tissues. It also has a short band of ... The only regulation of porbeagle catches in the Southern Hemisphere is New Zealand's total allowable catch (TAC) of 249 tons ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porbeagle
*  BLUEFIN TUNA Photos, Info, Catch, Cook, Buy
... lures for Bluefin Tuna, fishing, how to catch Bluefin Tuna, cooking Bluefin Tuna, buying selling Bluefin Tuna ... TUNA FISHING, game fishing, sport fishing, sportsfishing, fishing, angling, how to catch fish, identify your catch, information ... like other pelagic tuna species, are part of a group of bony fishes that can maintain their body core temperature up to 10 ... Tuna cannot pump water over their gills like other fish, instead they swim with their mouths open which forces the water over ...
  http://www.sea-ex.com/fishphotos/tuna-bluefin.htm
*  Food from the sea: fish and shellfish of New England. :: Documents
... as are most.of the Pacific coast tunas (only the albacore has true "white" meat) ." ',' , The bluefin tuna is found on the ... When water temperatures-on the spawning grounds are normal, the larval mackerel-about an eighth of an inch long-hatches in ... This is a more slender fish than the hakes, round of body toward the forward half, and tapering evenly back to the base of the ... Most of the fish in these late autumn and earlywinter landings are caught by gill-net fishermen in coastal waters of Maine and ...
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*  Histopathology and the inflammatory response of European perch, Perca fluviatilis muscle infected with Eustrongylides sp. ...
Liver melanomacrophage centres as indicators of Atlantic bluefin tuna, Thunnus thynnus L., well-being. J Fish Dis. 2014;37:241- ... The abundance of Anisakis simplex L3 in the body cavity and flesh of marine teleosts. Int J Parasitol. 1984;14:491-5.View ... Mast cell responses to Ergasilus (Copepoda), a gill ectoparasite of sea bream. Fish Shellfish Immun. 2011;30:1087-94.View ... New insights into "The riddle of the mast cells": Microenvironmental regulation of mast cell development and phenotypic ...
  https://parasitesandvectors.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13071-015-0838-x
*  George Somero's Profile | Stanford Profiles
... and any index of adaptation temperature (maximal, mean, or minimal body temperature). For alpha-actin, slopes of regression ... or down-regulated following thermal stress in the Pacific bluefin tuna. Following the acclimation period, 113, 81 and 196 genes ... S-labeled methionine and cysteine into newly synthesized proteins in gill tissue. Temperatures at which enhanced synthesis of ... implications for regulation of hsp gene expression JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY Tomanek, L., Somero, G. N. 2002; 205 (5): ...
  https://profiles.stanford.edu/george-somero?tab=publications&releaseVersion=7.5.0
*  Understanding the individual to implement the ecosystem approach to fisheries management
Gill AB, Hart PJB (1996) How feeding performance and energy intake change with a small increase in the body size of the three- ... Jusup M, Klanjscek T, Matsuda H, Kooijman SALM (2011) A full lifecycle bioenergetic model for bluefin tuna. PLoS One 6: e21903 ... 1994) A review of temperature and oxygen tolerance studies of tunas pertinent to fisheries oceanography, movement models and ... 2005) Life history strategies, population regulation, and implications for fisheries management. Can J Fish Aquat Sci 62: 872- ...
  http://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/pmcc/articles/PMC4825417/
*  yellowtail seriola quinqueradiata: Topics by WorldWideScience.org
... we assessed 104 samples of whole juvenile Pacific bluefin tuna (PBT, Thunnus orientalis) and 153 block samples of other tuna ... infesting the gills of farmed yellowtail tetra Astyanax altiparanae, as well as new information on gross pathology and gill ... and also at increased temperature 35 °C. The temperature groups were divided into three treatment groups: busulfan, DMSO only, ... Juveniles obtain adult body proportions at about 50 mm SL. Approximate total maximum lengths of adults are 900 mm for gray ...
  https://worldwidescience.org/topicpages/y/yellowtail+seriola+quinqueradiata.html
*  26th Annual Ocean City Tuna Tournament - July 12 - 14th, 2013 | Fish Ocean City Maryland
Another distinction of tunas is their capacity to maintain a body temperature higher than the surrounding water. An elevated ... FISHOCMD #OCMD 26th Annual Ocean City Tuna Tournament 2013 2015 atbeach.com Bahia Marina Blowfish Bluefin Tuna Bluefish Blue ... To satisfy the high oxygen demands of their swimming pace, tunas employ a respiration mode known as ram gill ventilation. This ... Recreational Regulations. MD Fishing Licenses. What and When do I Fish?. Where do I Fish? ...
  http://fishocmd.com/26th-annual-ocean-city-tuna-tournament-july-12-14th-2013/
*  Hypoxia in fish - Wikipedia
Temperature also affects the speed at which the gills can be remodelled: for example, at 20 °C in hypoxia, the crucian carp can ... "The energetic consequence of specific dynamic action in southern bluefin tuna Thunnus maccoyii". Journal of Experimental ... These structures include the type I cells of the carotid body, the neuroepithelial bodies of the lungs as well as some central ... hormone regulation, metabolism, and environmental sensing. The crucian carp is one species able to remodel its gill filaments ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypoxia_in_fish
*  Does moving up a food chain increase aggregation in parasites?
Diet and condition of Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) in the Gulf of Maine, 2004-2008. Environ. Biol. Fish. 98, 1411- ... Regulation and stability of host-parasite population interactions I. Regulatory processes. J. Anim. Ecol. 47, 219-247. (doi: ... Temperature-dependent reproduction and survival of Gyrodactylus bullatarudis (Monogenea) on guppies (Poecilia reticulata). ... Relative host body condition and food availability influence epidemic dynamics: a Poecilia reticulata-Gyrodactylus turnbulli ...
  http://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/pmcc/articles/PMC4892263/
*  http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00001148/00001
... reveals functional gen etic differences in cis regulation and has demonstrated differences in cis regulation within and between ... Because inclusion bodies were present when ITB 3 was expressed, optimization of the expression and purification of this fusion ... In this investigation, we report ten new cases of a similar discrepancy in five species of tuna. These cases der ive from our ... Phylogenetic character analyses of i nferred genealogies of Pacific bluefin and yellowfin t una reveal similar low levels of ...
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*  CSIRO PUBLISHING | Marine and Freshwater Research
Otolith-based body size back-calculation with young Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus orientalis) from the north-western Pacific ... is a viable option for nitrogen removal from waste water during the low-temperature season (mean water temperature ,10°C) and ... in the gill-nets of the Gold Coast Shark Control Program. Entanglements primarily occurred during calm sea state conditions, ... fundamental input to size-at-retention regulations. Meagan A. Luers, Edward E. DeMartini and Robert L. Humphreys ...
  http://www.publish.csiro.au/mf
*  Aquatic locomotion - Wikipedia
"Depth and muscle temperature of Pacific bluefin tuna examined with acoustic and pop-up satellite archival tags". Marine Biology ... High-speed ram ventilation creates laminar flow of water from the gills along the body of an organism. The secretion of mucus ... It was not until 1908 that regulations were implemented by the International Swimming Federation to produce competitive ... The lift generated is assisted by the pectoral fins and upward-angle body positioning. It is supposed that tunas primarily use ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aquatic_locomotion
*  December 26th, 2015 - Citizens' Oversight Maryland---Maryland Progressives
... were correctly labeled as bluefin tuna. But bluefin are in decline, eco-watchdog groups report, and should be avoided. One of ... Store perishable foods at the correct temperature.. *Chilled, ready to eat foods must be kept at temperatures below 5ºC (41ºF). ... EU regulations also now prohibit the use of mechanically recovered meat from ruminant bones.. In the UK, the risk to consumers ... The worm gains entry to the body when larval cysts are eaten in infected muscle meat. Gastric juices break down the tough cysts ...
  https://www.citizensoversightmaryland.com/blog/december-26th-2015
*  Octopus - Wikipedia
... a systemic heart that circulates blood round the body and two branchial hearts that pump it through each of the two gills. The ... Most young octopuses hatch as paralarvae and are planktonic for weeks to months, depending on the species and water temperature ... "The Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 Amendment Regulations 2012". The National Archives. Retrieved 18 February 2015.. ... Some species differ in form from the typical octopus body shape. Members of the suborder Cirrina have stout gelatinous bodies ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octopoda
*  Changes of diet and dominant intestinal microbes in farmland frogs | BMC Microbiology | Full Text
Food habits of albacore, bluefin tuna, and bonito in California waters. California: State of California, Dept. of Fish and Game ... Fejervarya limnocharis is a medium-sized frog with an average body length of 4.3 cm and 5.5 cm in males and females, ... Eckburg PB, Bik EM, Bernstein CN, Purdom E, Dethlefsen L, Sargent M, Gill SR, 512 Nelson KE, Relman DA. Diversity of the human ... The gastrointestinal microbiota maintains the functions of nutrient, immune, and development regulation and is important for ...
  https://bmcmicrobiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12866-016-0660-4
*  Tribute to P. L. Lutz: a message from the heart - why hypoxic bradycardia in fishes? | Journal of Experimental Biology
... the myoglobin concentration in the bluefin tuna heart almost quadruples with growth from 0.5 to 50 kg, and its accumulation ... Temperature. Changes in acclimation temperature have important effects on the hemoglobin oxygen dissociation curve, as well as ... Regulation of Q̇ in fishes differs in an important respect when compared with most air-breathing vertebrates. Many fishes have ... However, gill diffusive conductance for oxygen was identical with and without bradycardia (Short et al., 1979). Q̇ was ...
  http://jeb.biologists.org/content/210/10/1715
*  RTSea Blog: observations on oceans, sharks and nature: January 2011
What of the many fish, like whale sharks and bluefin tuna, that migrate through the Gulf or use it as a primary breeding ground ... One vast body of water where several marine species migrate but where mankind has not spent much time studying these movements ... Climate and temperature change, acidification, pollution and disease - one hit after another can have a cumulative effect that ... an appendage that extends from the skeleton and forms a supporting structure for the gills. Somewhere in the development ...
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