2 edition of bibliography on chemoreception in fishes, 1807-1983 found in the catalog.
bibliography on chemoreception in fishes, 1807-1983
D. A. Klaprat
|Statement||by D.A. Klaprat and T.J. Hara.|
|Series||Canadian technical report of fisheries and aquatic sciences -- no. 1268|
|Contributions||Hara, Toshiaki J., Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans. Western Region.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 47 p.|
|Number of Pages||47|
Therefore, fishes and aquatic turtles have developed a number of adaptive responses, which are lacking in most of the terrestrial mammals, to cope with these extreme conditions. These include efficient central and peripheral chemoreception, acute changes in respiratory rate and amplitude, and acute increase of the gas‐exchange interface. BIBLIOGRAPHY. - M Ivlev, V.S., Experimental ecology of the feeding of fishes. New Haven, Yale University Press, p. M Loosanoff, V.L.
Book Reviews I J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. () it would be prudent for workers outside of the field to seek other reading sources on this subject. Finally, comparing the high cost and substandard quality of Coral Reef Ecology it will be difficult to justify adding this book to either personal or institutional libraries. References Dana, J.D., Corals and Coral Islands. Dodd. Association for Chemoreception Sciences AChemS is an international association that advances understanding of the senses of taste and smell - [e]. Australasian Association for ChemoSensory Science brings smell and taste to life by joining researchers, clinicians and private industry to explore, educate and enhance the chemosenses - [e]. European Chemoreception Research Organisation The.
Chemoreception is hypothesized to influence spawning site selection, mate search, and synchronization of gamete release in chars (Salvelinus spp.), but behavioral evidence is generally , we provide a survey of the behavioral responses of reproductive male and female lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) to natural conspecific chemosensory stimuli. Zotero is a powerful, easy-to-use research tool that helps you gather, organize, and analyze sources and then share the results of your research.
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Get this from a library. A bibliography on chemoreception in fishes, [D A Klaprat; Toshiaki J Hara]. Fisheries Peches and Oceans et Oceans Canada. A Bibliography on Chemoreception in Fishes, D.A. Klaprat and T.J. Hara Western Region Department of Fisheries and Oceans.
Research on olfaction in fishes: historical aspects; Structure and function; Development and regeneration of the olfactory organ in rainbow trout; Comparative morphology of the peripheral olfactory organ in teleosts; Synaptic organization of the olfactory 1807-1983 book and central projection of the olfactory tract; Taste organ in the barbel of the bullhead; Chemoreceptive mechanisms; Responses of.
Fish may detect food by a variety of sensory mechanisms, in particular vision and olfaction, but taste generally plays the key role in determining whether a potential food item is swallowed or. Fish have historically served as a vertebrate model for the study of the gustatory (taste) system.
Taste buds in fish were first described as terminal buds in the early s (Weber, ; Leydig. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: 1 Overview and introduction Chemical stimuli in the aquatic environment Characteristic features of fish chemosensory organs Signal transduction and transmission Receptor sensitivity and specificity Chemoreception in.
Book Description. Following the success of the bestselling third edition, this newly updated and completely revised fourth edition of The Physiology of Fishes provides comprehensive coverage of the most important aspects of the form and function of fishes. It covers the most recent advances bibliography on chemoreception in fishes well as fundamental subjects such as cardiovascular physiology, intestinal transport, and gill ion.
Besides this, there exists a bibliography on chemoreception in fishes which encompasses many articles concerning the morphology of TBs (Klaprat and Hara, ). All these sources together are a comprehensive compilation of fish TB literature from the early nineteenth century to now.
Publisher Summary. This chapter focuses on the husbandry requirements of the more common varieties of coldwater, coolwater, warmwater, and tropical large fish used in research, such as the salmonids (Salmonidae), catfish (Ictaluridae), flatfish (Pleuronectidae), and panfish (Centrarchidae).Coldwater fishes are commonly represented by the Salmonidae, and include those species with minimal.
New scientific approaches have dramatically evolved in the decade since The Physiology of Fishes was first published. With the genomic revolution and a heightened understanding of molecular biology, we now have the tools and the knowledge to apply a fresh approach to the study of fishes.
Consequently, The Physiology of Fishes, Third Edition is not merely another updating, but rather an entire. Research on chemoreception in fishes has grown at a remarkable rate and this growth has greatly increased our understanding of the ultrastructure and electrical properties of chemosensory organs, the biochemical aspects of stimulant molecules and receptor interactions, and the role of chemoreception in the control of behavior.
A chemoreceptor, also known as chemosensor, is a specialized sensory receptor cell which transduces a chemical substance (endogenous or induced) to generate a biological signal.
This signal may be in the form of an action potential, if the chemoreceptor is a neuron, or in the form of a neurotransmitter that can activate a nerve fiber if the chemoreceptor is a specialized cell, such as taste.
The aim of this volume is to present a general reference guide providing an extensive set of histological images of fishes (about 40 species).
This atlas is designed for use by students and researchers, biologists, ichthyologists, fish farmers, veterinarians working in fisheries and, of course, by comparative histologists who want to learn more. About this book.
The fifth edition of The Physiology of Fishes represents a compendium of knowledge across fish physiology, collecting up-to-date research into an easy-to-access single textbook. Written by the leaders in the field, it provides a comprehensive, accessible review of the core topics, integrating physiology with environmental science, ecology, evolution, and molecular cell biology.
Klaprat DA, Hara TJ () A bibliography on chemoreception in fishes, – Can Techn Rep Fish Aquatic Sci No.May Google Scholar Kolmer WC () Geschmacksorgan. The last major synthesis of our knowledge about fish chemoreception, Chemoreception in Fishes, was published ten years ago (Elsevier, Amsterdam, ).
In that volume four aspects of fish chemoreception, Le. morphology of the peripheral chemoreceptors. primary sensory processes, roles in behaviour, and its interactions with environment, were Price: $ The last major synthesis of our knowledge about fish chemoreception, Chemoreception in Fishes, was published ten years ago (Elsevier, Amsterdam, ).
In that volume four aspects of fish chemoreception, Le. morphology of the peripheral chemoreceptors. primary sensory processes, roles in behaviour, and its interactions with environment, were. Chemoreception, process by which organisms respond to chemical stimuli in their environments that depends primarily on the senses of taste and smell.
Specialized chemoreceptor proteins play a central role in mediating cellular responses to chemical stimuli. Learn more about the biology of chemoreception. This book provides a comprehensive and current source of information on fishesincluding systematics, zoogeography, behavior, and conservation of fishesthat is often needed by professionals as background for writing accurate book covers the structure and physiology, evolution and taxonomy, zoogeography, and ecology and conservation of fisheries biologists, conservation.
In air or water, however, all chemoreception ultimately is an aquatic phenomenon, because the receptors are covered with fluid materials where the initial transduction process takes place. Fish, constituting more than half of the total number of ca. 50, recognized living vertebrate species, are a pivotal group that has served as a model for.
Fish Physiology and Biochemistry (FISH) is an international journal publishing original research papers and reviews on all physiological aspects of fishes.
The Editorial Board of FISH gives a high priority to mechanistic studies in the field of fish physiology, from. Free Online Library: Stimulants of feeding behavior in fish: analyses of tissues of diverse marine organisms. by "The Biological Bulletin"; Biological sciences Amino acids Research Amino acids in animal nutrition Animal feeding and feeds Animal nutrition Fishes Food and nutrition Marine animals Marine fauna Tissues Analysis Tissues (Anatomy).The traditional view has been that respiratory chemoreceptors responsive to changes in PCO 2 /pH first evolved in air-breathing vertebrates at both peripheral and central sites.
Levels of arterial PCO 2 in water breathing fish are typically less than 2–3 torr and it has been assumed that the ventilatory responses of fish to changes in aquatic PCO 2 /pH were due to the effects of acidosis on.