Salmon Aquaculture Research Database
|1055||Resolving the growth-promoting and metabolic effects of growth hormone: Differential regulation of GH-IGF-I system components.||
^Growth hormone regulates numerous processes in vertebrates including growth promotion and lipid mobilization. During periods of food deprivation, growth is arrested yet lipid depletion is promoted. In this study, we used rainbow trout on...
|Norbeck, L. A., Kittilson, J. D. and Sheridan, M. A.||General and Comparative Endocrinology, pp.332-341||2007||Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|1048||Effect of structured lipids based on fish oil on the growth and fatty acid composition in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).||
^The aim of the study was to investigate whether it was possible a) to increase the relative incorporation of n
|Nielsen, N. S., G||Aquaculture, pp.411-423||2005||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|1046||Genistein and other isoflavones found in soybeans inhibit estrogen metabolism in salmonid fish.||
^The study was conducted to test the hypothesis that genistein, an isoflavone found in high concentrations in soybeans, inhibits hepatic and renal estrogen metabolism in salmonid fish. Liver and kidney tissues of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus...
|Ng, Y., Hanson, S., Malison, J. A., Wentworth, B. and Barry, T. P.||Aquaculture, pp.658-665||2006||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|1047||Quantitative genetic basis of fatty acid composition in the GIFT strain of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) selected for high growth.||
^The quantitative genetic basis of fatty acid composition was examined in the Genetically Improved Farmed Tilapia (GIFT) strain of Nile tilapia selected for high breeding value for body weight and in the contemporaneous control selected for...
|Nguyen, N. H., Ponzoni, R. W., Yee, H. Y., Abu-Bakar, K. R., Hamzah, A. and Khaw, H. L.||Aquaculture, pp. 66-74||2010||Genetics/Molecular|
|2996||Effect of Dietary [Omega]3 and [Omega]6 Fatty Acids on Growth and Feed Conversion Efficiency of Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus Kisutch).||
Sixteen isocaloric diets varying only in the levels of [omega]3 and [omega]6 fatty acids were prepared. Each diet was fed to duplicate groups of Coho salmon for 14 weeks. At termination, the final weight of each diet group fish was determined....
|Yu, T. C. and Sinnhuber, R. O.||Aquaculture, pp.31-38||1979||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|2997||Effect of Steroid Hormones on the Growth of Juvenile Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus Kisutch).||
Two androgens, 17 [alpha]-methyltestosterone and testosterone, and an estrogen, estradiol, were individually incorporated in test diets at 2.5 mg/kg dry diet and fed to Coho salmon for 14 weeks. The fish weight gain, feed conversion efficiency,...
|Yu, T. C., Sinnhuber, R. O. and Hendricks, J. D.||Aquaculture, pp.351-359||1979||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|2998||Saltwater-Induced Decreases in Weight and Length Relative to Seasonal Gill Na+---K+ ATPase Changes in Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus Kisutch): A Test for Saltwater Adaptability.||
Juvenile Coho salmon challenged for 24 h in 31 ppt seawater experienced decreases in weight and length. These decreases became significantly less pronounced during the period of rise in gill Na+---K+ ATPase activity induced during parr-smolt...
|Zaugg, W. S. and Beckman, B. R.||Aquaculture, pp.19-23||1990||Fish Health/Nutrition, Water Quality|
|2999||Increased Seawater Survival and Contribution to the Fishery of Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus Tshawytscha) by Supplemental Dietary Salt.||
Addition of sodium chloride (NaCl) to the diet of juvenile fall Chinook salmon for 6 weeks prior to release resulted in 65% greater adult recovery in the fishery and return to the hatchery than obtained with controls fed an unsupplemented diet....
|Zaugg, W. S., Roley, D. D., Prentice, E. F., Gores, K. X. and Waknitz, F. W.||Aquaculture, pp.183-188||1983||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|2272||Metal pollution-induced immunomodulation in fish.||
The exact relationship between disease incidence in aquatic organisms and environmental pollution is not well defined. A number of mechanisms by which aquatic pollutants may act to increase disease incidence in fish have been speculated, many...
|Zelikoff, J. T.||Annual Review of Fish Diseases, pp.305-325||1993||Contaminants, Fish Health/Nutrition|
|1045||Replacing dietary fish oil with palm fatty acid distillate improves fatty acid digestibility in rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss, maintained at optimal or elevated water temperature.||
^An experiment was conducted to evaluate the interactive effects of dietary palm fatty acid distillate (PFAD) and water temperature on lipid and fatty acid digestibility in rainbow trout. Three isolipidic diets with 0, 10 or 15% (w/w) PFAD, at...
|Ng, W.-K., Codabaccus, B. M., Carter, C. G. and Nichols, P. D.||Aquaculture, pp. 165-172||2010||Fish Health/Nutrition, Water Quality|
|2273||Expression and secretion of salmon growth hormone from an Escherichia coli secretion vector.||
A cDNA fragment encoding mature salmon growth hormone (sGH) was amplified by the polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The restriction recognition sequences of EcoRI and BamHI were respectively introduced into the 5
|Zhang, T., Song, S., Qi, W., Zhao, W., Hu, W. and Wang, P.||Aquaculture, pp.313-313||1993||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|3000||The Course of Steroid Release by Intact Ovarian Follicles of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar) Incubated in Vitro with and without Gonadotropin.||
Intact ovarian follicles were dissected from a single ovary and groups of follicles incubated in balanced saline at 6
|Zhao, W.-x. and Wright, R. S.||General and Comparative Endocrinology, pp.274-280||1985||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|2274||High-performance liquid chromatographic analysis of Romet-30 in Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha): wash-out time, tissue distribution in muscle, liver and skin, and metabolism of sulfadimethoxine.||
A high-performance liquid chromatographic (HPLC) assay was developed for the determination of Romet-30 residue levels in Chinook salmon muscle and liver tissues. The extraction recoveries averaged 66, 78 and 83% for ormetoprim (OMP),...
|Zheng, M., Liu, H.-Y., Hall, S. F., Kitts, D. D. and McErlane, K. M.||Journal of Chromatography A, pp.77-88||1994||Antibiotics/Pesticides, Fish Health/Nutrition|
|1044||A physical map of the genome of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar.||
^A physical map of the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) genome was generated based on HindIII fingerprints of a publicly available BAC (bacterial artificial chromosome) library constructed from DNA isolated from a Norwegian male. Approximately 11.5...
|Ng, S. H. S., Artieri, C. G., Bosdet, I. E., Chiu, R., Danzmann, R. G., Davidson, W. S., Ferguson, M. M., Fjell, C. D., Hoyheim, B., Jones, S. J. M., de Jong, P. J., Koop, B. F., Krzywinski, M. I., Lubieniecki, K., Marra, M. A., Mitchell, L. A., Mathewson, C., Osoegawa, K., Parisotto, S. E., Phillips, R. B., Rise, M. L., von Schalburg, K. R., Schein, J. E., Shin, H., Siddiqui, A., Thorsen, J., Wye, N., Yang, G. and Zhu, B.||Genomics, pp.396-404||2005||Genetics/Molecular|
|1043||Pharmacokinetics of morphine in fish: Winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) and seawater-acclimated rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).||
^We made a single intraperitoneal (IP) injection of morphine sulfate (40
|Newby, N. C., Mendon||Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology, pp.275-283||2006||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|1035||Interactions of Atlantic salmon in the Pacific Northwest: VI. A synopsis of the risk and uncertainty.||
^The paper collates conclusions of the five literature reviews of the possible interactions of Atlantic salmon in the environment of the Pacific Northwest, and prioritizes the issues in order of magnitude of risk to the aquatic ecosystem of Puget...
|Nash, C. E.||Fisheries Research, pp.339-347||2003||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition, Wild/Farmed Interaction|
|1036||Interactions of Atlantic salmon in the Pacific Northwest: I. Salmon enhancement and the net-pen farming industry.||
^This review, and the following papers in the series, are specific to the presence of non-indigenous Atlantic salmon in the Pacific Northwest. A short geography of the Pacific Northwest is followed by a brief description of the 100-year history...
|Nash, C. E. and Waknitz, F. W.||Fisheries Research, pp.237-254||2003||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition, Wild/Farmed Interaction|
|1037||Comparison of growth, feed intake, and nutrient efficiency in a selected strain of Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) and its source stock.||
^We compared growth in a domesticated strain of Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch), that had been selected for rapid growth over 16 generations, to that of its hatchery-origin unselected parental stock. Fish were spawned on the same date and...
|Neely, K. G., Myers, J. M., Hard, J. J. and Shearer, K. D.||Aquaculture, pp.134-140||2008||Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|1038||Genetic improvement in Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch). I: Selection response and inbreeding depression on harvest weight.||
^In this study the genetic response to selection and the effects of inbreeding on harvest weight in two populations (which spawned as even and odd years classes) of Coho salmon are described. Artificial selection was performed using the best...
|Neira, R., D||Aquaculture, pp.9-17||2006||Genetics/Molecular|
|2275||Estradiol Stimulates Growth Hormone Production in Female Goldfish.||
The effects of estradiol (E2) on growth hormone (GH) production was investigated in gonad-intact female goldfish. It was first necessary to generate a specific antibody for use in immunocytochemistry, Western, and dot-blot analyses of GH...
|Zou, J. J., Trudeau, V. L., Cui, Z., Brechin, J., Mackenzie, K., Zhu, Z., Houlihan, D. F. and Peter, R. E.||General and Comparative Endocrinology, pp.102-112||1997||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|1217||Effects of pan-frying in margarine and olive oil on the fatty acid composition of cod and salmon.||
^Effects on the fatty acid composition of cod (Gadus morhua) and salmon fillets (Salmo salar) after pan-frying in margarine and olive oil were determined. The fatty acids of the margarine used were 55.5% saturated (SFA), 33.0% mono-unsaturated (...
|Sioen, I., Haak, L., Raes, K., Hermans, C., De Henauw, S., De Smet, S. and Van Camp, J.||Food Chemistry, pp.609-617||2006||Food Safety|
|2131||Microbial Production of Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA, C22:6).||
Descriptive research on the microbial production of docosahexaenoic acid. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, 22:6), a long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid of the omega-3 family, is widely recognized to be an important dietary constituent. It is the...
|Singh, A. and Ward, O. P.L.||Advances in Applied Microbiology, pp.271-312||1997||Genetics/Molecular|
|2846||Regulation of Gonadal Steroidogenesis in Fundulus Heteroclitus by Recombinant Salmon Growth Hormone and Purified Salmon Prolactin.||
The effects of recombinant salmon growth hormone (sGH) on plasma sex steroid levels and gonadal function were investigated in hypophysectomized Fundulus heteroclitus. Effects of sGH were compared to those of purified chum salmon prolactin (sPRL...
|Singh, H., Griffith, R. W., Takahashi, A., Kawauchi, H., Thomas, P. and Stegeman, J. J.||General and Comparative Endocrinology, pp.144-153||1988||Genetics/Molecular|
|1215||Survival of Atlantic salmon captured in and released from a commercial trap-net: Potential for selective harvesting of stocked salmon.||
^The major wild Atlantic salmon stocks in the Baltic Sea began to recover in the late 1990s. This recovery has been partly due to strict regulations in the Gulf of Bothnia that effectively prevent salmon fisheries during the peak migration. About...
|Siira, A., Suuronen, P., Ikonen, E. and Erkinaro, J.||Fisheries Research, pp.280-294||2006||Cultured, Socio economic, Wild (Atlantic/Pacific), Wild/Farmed Interaction|
|1216||Interactive effects of cortisol treatment and ambient seawater challenge on gill Na+,K+-ATPase and CFTR expression in two strains of Atlantic salmon smolts.||
^During peak smoltification, the interactive effects of cortisol and ambient seawater challenge were compared in two strains of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts: a domesticated strain, AquaGen and a native River Imsa strain. Tissue and blood...
|Singer, T. D., Finstad, B., McCormick, S. D., Wiseman, S. B., Schulte, P. M. and Scott McKinley, R.||Aquaculture, pp.15-28||2003||Fish Health/Nutrition, Water Quality|