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Passive integrated transponder (PIT) tagging is a commonly used procedure to identify fish. However, there is a lack of research on the short-term effects of such tagging. The purpose of our study was to measure the short-term effects of PIT tagging on the feeding behavior and swimming performance o...
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We investigated the effects of preparing surgical incision sites with a topical antiseptic on wound healing and hematological response in rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss. A povidone–iodine solution was applied both pre- and postsurgery to the incision sites on treated fish. Three-cent...
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Swimbladder walls of lake charr, Salvelinus namaycush, from Great Slave Lake (GSL), Northwest Territories, Canada, were unusually thick for the species. The thinnest sections of the GSL bladders (mean = 2.44mm, range = 1.1-4.4mm) were significantly thicker (P = 0.001) than lake charr swimbladders co...
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Gill tissue was sampled from salmon (Salmo salar) that were transgenic for somatotropin and from non-transgenic control salmon. The transgenics were the F2 generation produced using eggs from a transgenic F1 female and milt from a non-transgenic male. At the time when the gill tissues were sampled, ...
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The acetic acid test is commonly used in conscious mammals to determine nociceptive thresholds and efficacy of analgesics. The purpose of the present study was to examine the response of rainbow trout that were not anaesthetised during the acetic acid test. Rainbow trout (n=31) were trained to eat i...
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Isometric twitch and tetanus parameters, force-velocity curves, maximum shortening velocity (V-max) and percentage relaxation between stimuli (%R) across a range of stimulus frequencies were determined for a muscle used during call production (the tenser chordarum) and a locomotor muscle (the sartor...
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Rev. of The biology of the lampreys by M.W. Hardeistry and I.C. Potter
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