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Title Biology of stress in fish / edited by Carl B. Schreck, Lluis Tort, Anthony P. Farrell, Colin J. Brauner
Published London, United Kingdom : Academic Press, [2016]
©2016
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 590 pages) : illustrations
Series Fish physiology ; volume 35
Fish physiology ; v. 35
Contents The concept of stress in fish / Carl B. Schreck and Lluis Tort -- Variation in the neuroendocrine stress response / Svante Winberg, Erik Höglund and Øyvind Øverli -- The endocrinology of the stress response in fish / Marnix Gorissen and Gert Flik -- The molecular stress response / Erin Faught, Neel Aluru and Mathilakath M. Vijayan -- Stress and growth / Bastien Sadoul and Mathilakath M. Vijayan -- Homeostatic responses to osmotic stress / Yoshio Takei and Pung-Pung Hwang -- The stress and stress mitigation effects of exercise: cardiovascular, metabolic, and skeletal muscle adjustments / Kenneth J. Rodnick and Josep V. Planas -- Reproduction and development / N.W. Pankhurst -- Cognition, learning, and behavior / David L.G. Noakes and Katherine M.M. Jones -- Stress and disease resistance: immune system and immunoendocrine interactions / Takashi Yada and Lluis Tort -- Stress indicators in fish / Natalie M. Sopinka, Michael R. Donaldson, Constance M. O'Connor, Cory D. Suski and Steven J. Cooke -- Stress management and welfare / Lynne U. Sneddon, David C.C. Wolfenden and Jack S. Thomson -- Stress in fish as model organisms / Sean Spagnoli, Christian Lawrence and Michael L. Kent
Summary Biology of Stress in Fish, Volume 35 of the Fish Physiology series, provides a general overview of stress biology, including the most recent advances in the field. It starts with a general discussion of stress--what is stress, the nature of the physiological stress response, and factors that affect the stress response. Moving forward, biotic and abiotic factors that cause variation in the stress response are considered. The volume then discusses how a stress response is generated and controlled, leading to a discussion of effects on physiological and organismal function and performance. The conclusion considers applications regarding assessment of stress, animal welfare, and model species. Stress is an inherent attribute of life. How a fish responds to various stresssors is critical to its survival and the population's reproductive capacity. As such, response to stressors is critical information that influences almost all studies on experimental fish biology and fish management practices. Thus, researchers across the entire suite of disciplines that study fish or fishery biology must understand stress and its effect on the individual and the population. Biology of Stress in Fish helps provide this critical understanding
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Fishes -- Effect of stress on.
Form Electronic book
Author Brauner, Colin J., editor
Farrell, Anthony P., editor
Schreck, Carl B., editor
Tort, Lluis, 1956- editor
ISBN 0128027371 (electronic bk.)
9780128027370 (electronic bk.)