Salmon Aquaculture Research Database
|2267||Effects of dietary fatty acids on growth, feed efficiency and liver RNA and DNA content of Arctic charr, Salvelinus alpinus (L.).||
Arctic charr, Salvelinus alpinus (L.), weighing 1.6 g, were fed either commercial or one of 12 semipurified diets containing different concentrations and types of n-3 and n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). The effects of dietary composition...
|Yang, X. and Dick, T. A.||Aquaculture, pp.57-70||1993||Genetics/Molecular|
|2984||Presence of Specific Growth Hormone Binding Sites in Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus Mykiss) Tissues: Characterization of the Hepatic Receptor.||
The present work outlines the presence of specific binding for Chinook salmon growth hormone (sGH) in different tissue preparations of rainbow trout. Optimal incubation conditions (pH, Tris, MgCl2) were determined. Specific binding was very...
|Yao, K., Niu, P.-D., Gac, F. L. and Bail, P.-Y. L.||General and Comparative Endocrinology, pp.72-82||1991||Genetics/Molecular|
|1063||Influence of ration level on the growth performance and body composition of non-transgenic and growth-hormone-transgenic Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch).||
^Duplicate groups of size-matched (range in initial mean weight, 23.5-27.2
|Oakes, J. D., Higgs, D. A., Eales, J. G. and Devlin, R. H.||Aquaculture, pp.309-324||2007||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|1062||The complete genome sequence of the Atlantic salmon paramyxovirus (ASPV).||
^The complete RNA genome of the Atlantic salmon paramyxovirus (ASPV), isolated from Atlantic salmon suffering from proliferative gill inflammation (PGI), has been determined. The genome is 16,965 nucleotides in length and consists of six...
|Nylund, S., Karlsen, M. and Nylund, A.||Virology, pp.137-148||2008||Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|1060||Estimates of phenotypic and genetic parameters for flesh colour traits in farmed Atlantic salmon based on multiple trait animal model.||
^Rapid development of fish culture in marine cages has been associated with an emergence of parasitic diseases. There is a general trend to an increase in infections with ectoparasites with direct life cycles and a reduced diversity of parasites...
|Norris, A. T. and Cunningham, E. P.||Livestock Production Science, pp.209-222||2004||Genetics/Molecular|
|2268||Genetic markers for the discrimination of native and non-native Atlantic salmon in Europe.||
Different types of genetic markers, developed to study the interactions of native and non-native Atlantic salmon Salmo s&r in Europe, were assessed for their discriminatory capacity. These included a Cbanding polymorphism on chromosome 8, 13...
|Yerspoor, E., Wilson, I., Bourke, L., Cross, T., Ferguson, A., Garcia-Vazqllez, E., Knox, D., Martin-Pendas, A., Stone, C. and Taggart, J.||Aquaculture, pp.49-50||1995||Genetics/Molecular, Wild/Farmed Interaction|
|1059||Heritability of mortality in response to a natural pancreas disease challenge in Atlantic salmon post-smolts on a West of Ireland sea site.||
^Three different methods of colour measurement of Atlantic salmon flesh were employed in this study; subjective scoring (SalmoFan(TM)), colorimetric measurement and carotenoid content as measured by NIR analysis. Parentage of fish was assigned...
|Norris, A.||Aquaculture, pp.S296-S296||2007||Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|1058||Endocrine growth regulation of adult Atlantic salmon in seawater: The effects of light regime on plasma growth hormone, insulin-like growth factor-I, and insulin levels.||
^Plasma growth hormone (GH), insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I), and insulin were measured in two groups of Salmo salar L. during a one-year study. The fish were reared under either a simulated natural photoperiod (SNP) from January to December...
|Nordgarden, U., Hansen, T., Hemre, G.-I., Sundby, A. and Bj||Aquaculture, pp.862-871||2005||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|2985||Cortisol Secretion in Vitro by the Interrenal of Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus Kisutch) During Smoltification Relationship with Plasma Thyroxine and Plasma Cortisol.||
An in vitro system for the incubation of interrenal tissue (head kidney fragments) from Coho salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch, was developed in order to examine changes in interrenal sensitivity to ACTH1
|Young, G.||Aquaculture, pp.391-392||1985||Freshwater/Hatchery, Genetics/Molecular|
|2986||In Vitro Studies on Interrenal Gland Activity During Smoltification of Coho Salmon.||
An in vitro system for the incubation of interrenal tissue (head kidney fragments) from Coho salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch, was developed in order to examine changes in interrenal sensitivity to ACTH1-24 during smoltification, using cortisol...
|Young, G.||General and Comparative Endocrinology, pp.191-200||1986||Genetics/Molecular|
|2987||Multihormonal Control of the Interrenal of Coho Salmon, Oncorhynchus Kisutch.||
In vitro studies have demonstrated that thyroid hormones and growth hormone (GH) exertregulatory effects on the salmonid interrenal (Young and Lin, 1988, Young, 1988). Increased plasma levels of cortisol may occur in hypophysectomized (Hx) Coho...
|Young, G.||Aquaculture, pp.381-382||1989||Genetics/Molecular|
|2990||Growth Retardation (Stunting) in Coho Salmon: Plasma Hormone Levels in Stunts in Seawater and after Transfer to Fresh Water.||
Plasma levels of prolactin (PRL), growth hormone (GH), cortisol, thyroxine and triidothyronine were measured in normally-growing seawater (SW) and freshwater (FW) smolts and in animals which had stunted after premature transfer to SW. PRL levels...
|Young, G., Prunet, P., Ogasawara, T., Hirano, T. and Bern, H. A.||Aquaculture, pp.269-278||1989||Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|2988||Plasma Levels of Prolactin and Growth Hormone During Parr-Smolt Transformation of Coho Salmon, Oncorhynchus Kisutch.||
Plasma prolactin (PRL) and growth hormone (GH) levels are known to change during the smoltification of Coho salmon but their relationship to changes in other hormones and to the development of hypoosmoregulatory ability has not been explored in...
|Young, G., Bj||Aquaculture, pp.382-383||1989||Freshwater/Hatchery, Genetics/Molecular|
|2989||Smoltification and Seawater Adaptation in Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus Kisutch): Plasma Prolactin, Growth Hormone, Thyroid Hormones, and Cortisol.||
The status of circulating growth hormone and prolactin during the parr-smolt transformation and during seawater adaptation of Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) was investigated in relation to changes in plasma levels of thyroxine,...
|Young, G., Bj||General and Comparative Endocrinology, pp.335-345||1989||Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|2269||Circulating growth hormone, cortisol and thyroxine levels after 24 h seawater challenge of yearling Coho salmon at different developmental stages.||
The response of the endocrine system to short-term exposure to sea water (SW) was examined before, during and after the parr-smolt transformation of Coho salmon. Five transfers of yearling Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) from fresh water (FW)...
|Young, G., McCormick, S. D., Bj||Aquaculture, pp.371-384||1995||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|1056||Developmental stage of Atlantic salmon parr regulates pituitary GH secretion and parr-smolt transformation.||
^Atlantic salmon respond to increased photoperiod by elevation of plasma growth hormone (GH) levels during the period leading up to parr-smolt transformation, both under natural and farming conditions. The aim of the present study was to...
|Nordgarden, U., Bj||Aquaculture, pp.441-448||2007||Fish Health/Nutrition, Freshwater/Hatchery, Genetics/Molecular|
|1057||Growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor-I act together and independently when regulating growth in vertebral and muscle tissue of Atlantic salmon postsmolts.||
^Aiming to elucidate the role of GH and IGF-I with regard to vertebral and white muscle growth, gene expression of the GH and IGF-I receptors (ghr and igf-Ir, respectively) and local IGF-I (igf-I) were analyzed during spring growth (January-June...
|Nordgarden, U., Fjelldal, P.-G., Hansen, T., Bj||General and Comparative Endocrinology, pp.253-260||2006||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|2991||Thyroid Hormones in Migrating Atlantic Salmon.||
Field studies and experimental work suggest that the response capacity of the thyroid system becomes increased in smolts but that this is expressed only intermittently. Thyroid hormone levels become raised in response to increases in water...
|Youngson, A. F.||Aquaculture, pp.319-327||1989||Genetics/Molecular, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|2995||The Thyroid System's Role in the Downstream Migration of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar L.) Smolts.||
Youngson and Simpson (1984, J. Fish Biol., 24: 29-39) have shown that migrating
|Youngson, A. F., Scott, D. C. B., Johnstone, R. and Pretswell, D.||Aquaculture, pp.392-393||1985||Genetics/Molecular, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|2993||The Responsiveness of the Thyroid System of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar L.) Smolts to Increased Water Velocity.||
Serum thyroxine (T4) levels in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) smolts exceeded those in parr over the spring period. Tri-iodothyronine (T3) and T4 levels present in smolts both at dusk and some hours later in darkness varied with date in a...
|Youngson, A. F., McLay, H. A. and Olsen, T. C.||Aquaculture, pp.243-255||1986||Genetics/Molecular, Water Quality|
|2992||Genetic Protein Variation in Atlantic Salmon in Scotland: Comparison of Wild and Farmed Fish.||
Genetic variation at six enzyme loci was examined in named lines of Atlantic salmon in culture in Scotland. Twelve lines were examined in each of two years of study. Significant differences in allele frequencies were observed between the year...
|Youngson, A. F., Martin, S. A. M., Jordan, W. C. and Verspoor, E.||Aquaculture, pp.231-242||1991||Cultured, Genetics/Molecular, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|2270||Homing of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) to a tributary spawning stream in a major river catchment.||
At the Girnock Burn, a tributary of the River Dee in Scotland, a substantial part of the annual production of migrant juvenile salmon (Salmo salar L.) leaves the stream in autumn rather than in spring. Previously, the status of the autumn...
|Youngson, A. F., Jordan, W. C. and Hay, D. W.||Aquaculture, pp.259-267||1994||Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|2271||Management of salmonid fisheries in the British Isles: towards a practical approach based on population genetics.||
The evidence for structuring of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brown trout (Salmo trutta) into distinct reproductive populations and for genetic differentiation and local adaptation is compelling. The effect of genetic variation among...
|Youngson, A. F., Jordan, W. C., Verspoor, E., McGinnity, P., Cross, T. and Ferguson, A.||Fisheries Research, pp.193-209||2003||Genetics/Molecular, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific)|
|240||Steriod hormone levels and patterns of growth in the early part of the reproductive cycle of adult Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L)||
Steroid hormone levels and patterns of growth have been examined between December and April in captive, marked Atlantic salmon destined to mature some months later (November). Changes in maiden fish of both sexes becoming mature after 1 year (...
|Youngson, A. F., McLay, H.A., Wright, R.S. and Johnstone, R.||Aquaculture, pp. 145 - 157||1988||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|183||Spawning of escaped farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar): Hybridization of females with brown rout (Salmo trutta)||
Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and Fl hybrids between Atlantic salmon and brown trout (Salmo trutta) were distinguished among juvenile salmonids sampled at emergence from rivers in western and northern Scotland. Hybrids were present in samples...
|Youngson, A.F., Webb, J.H., Thimpson, C.E. and Knox, D.||Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, pp. 1986-1990||1993||Fish Escapes, Genetics/Molecular, Spawning, Wild/Farmed Interaction|