Salmon Aquaculture Research Database

Article Number Title Description Authors Source Year Topics
2847 New Anaesthetic for Fish.

Anaesthetics are needed when handling fish, especially during tagging. However, most anaesthetics applied at present have a strong toxic effect on fish. For this reason it is only permissible to keep fish anaesthetized for a short time. A new...

Siwicki, A. Aquaculture, pp.171-176 1984 Fish Health/Nutrition
1039 The consequences of including non-additive effects on the genetic evaluation of harvest body weight in Coho salmon.

^Phenotypic and genetic parameter estimates of carcass quality traits were obtained from two pedigreed populations, termed even and odd, of a Coho salmon breeding program. Carcass quality data from 3444 fish (1802 male and 1642 female), harvested...

Neira, R., Gallardo, J. A. and Lhorente, J. P. Aquaculture, pp.S259-S259 2007 Genetics/Molecular
1040 Studies on carcass quality traits in two populations of Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch): phenotypic and genetic parameters.

^Metabolism of vertebrates integrates a vast array of systems and processes, including the pursuit and capture of food, feeding and digestion of ingested food, absorption and transport of nutrients, assimilation, partitioning and utilization of...

Neira, R., Lhorente, J. P., Araneda, C., D Aquaculture, pp.117-131 2004 Genetics/Molecular
1041 Gastroenteropancreatic hormones and metabolism in fish.

^Metabolism of vertebrates integrates a vast array of systems and processes, including the pursuit and capture of food, feeding and digestion of ingested food, absorption and transport of nutrients, assimilation, partitioning and utilization of...

Nelson, L. E. and Sheridan, M. A. General and Comparative Endocrinology, pp.116-124 2006 Fish Health/Nutrition
1042 Transferrin and ferritin response to bacterial infection: The role of the liver and brain in fish.

^Iron is essential for growth and survival, but it is also toxic when in excess. Thus, there is a tight regulation of iron that is accomplished by the interaction of several genes including the iron transporter transferrin and iron storage...

Neves, J. V., Wilson, J. M. and Rodrigues, P. N. S. Developmental & Comparative Immunology, pp.848-857 2009 Fish Health/Nutrition
2848 Purification and Characterization of Atlantic Salmon Growth Hormone and Evidence for Charge Heterogeneity.

Highly purified growth hormone (GH) has been isolated from Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) pituitaries by extraction with acid acetone, acidic precipitation, and reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). The yield was 2.5 mg/g...

Skibeli, V., Andersen, General and Comparative Endocrinology, pp.333-344 1990 Genetics/Molecular
2849 Growth Pattern of Pre-Smolt Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar L.): The Percentile Increment Method (Pim) as a New Method to Estimate Length-Dependent Growth.

The development of the length-frequency distributions of juvenile Atlantic salmon until age 1 + under different conditions was examined. The length-frequency distributions were divided into five percentiles and the increment of these over several...

Skilbrei, O. T. Aquaculture, pp.129-143 1988 Modeling
2850 Relationships between Smolt Length and Growth and Maturation in the Sea of Individually Tagged Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar).

One- and two-year smolts from 11 family groups of Atlantic salmon were individually tagged and reared in net pens. Growth rate and maturation until the second autumn in seawater were studied for both year classes. Effects of smolt length and...

Skilbrei, O. T. Aquaculture, pp.95-108 1989 Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition
1212 Residue depletion of albendazole and its metabolites in the muscle tissue of large mouth and hybrid striped bass after oral administration.

^The residue depletion profiles of albendazole (ABZ) and its major metabolites: albendazole sulfoxide (ABZ-SO), albendazole sulfone (ABZ-SO2) and albendazole aminosulfone (ABZ-2-NH2SO2) were studied in the muscle tissues of large mouth (LMB) and...

Shaikh, B., Rummel, N., Gieseker, C., Cheely, C.-S. and Reimschuessel, R. Journal of Chromatography A, pp.8173-8176 2009 Fish Health/Nutrition
1213 Effects of growth rate/body size and a low lipid diet on the incidence of early sexual maturation in juvenile male spring Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha).

^Two experiments were conducted sequentially to examine the roles of growth rate (size) and body fat on the incidence of early sexual maturation in male spring Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). In both experiments two replicate groups of...

Shearer, K., Parkins, P., Gadberry, B., Beckman, B. and Swanson, P. Aquaculture, pp.545-556 2006 Fish Health/Nutrition
457 Survival and growth of sea-ranched Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., treated against sea lice before release

Cultured Atlantic salmon smolts were treated with Slice

Skilbrei, O.T. and Wennevik, V. Journal of Marine Science, pp.1317-1325 2006 Cultured, Sea Lice
1211 Consistency of standard metabolic rate in relation to life history strategy of juvenile Atlantic salmon Salmo salar.

^Temporal consistency of relative standard metabolic rate (rSMR) of individual Atlantic salmon Salmo salar juveniles in three stocks was investigated. The stocks differed in their geographical origin and natal habitat (fresh water, brackish water...

Sepp Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, pp.278-284 2010 Fish Health/Nutrition
1210 Paralytic shellfish toxins in zooplankton, mussels, lobsters and caged Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, during a bloom of Alexandrium fundyense off Grand Manan Island, in the Bay of Fundy.

^Substantial mortalities of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) at two aquaculture sites in Long Island Sound, off Grand Manan Island, Bay of Fundy (BoF) (New Brunswick, Canada) in September 2003, were associated with a bloom of Alexandrium fundyense...

Sephton, D. H., Haya, K., Martin, J. L., LeGresley, M. M. and Page, F. H. Harmful Algae, pp.745-758 2007 Fish Health/Nutrition, Water Quality
2133 Rigor in Atlantic salmon as affected by crowding stress prior to chilling before slaughter.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect on salmon meat quality of pre-slaughter crowding stress, prior to live-chilling. Atlantic salmon (3-6 kg) were exposed to two levels of crowding (<50 vs. >300 kg/m3) followed by 45 min live...

Skjervold, P. O., Fj Aquaculture, pp.93-101 1999 Fish Health/Nutrition, Food Safety
2132 Effects of pre-, in-, or post-rigor filleting of live chilled Atlantic salmon.

Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) was chilled to a core temperature of approximately 1

Skjervold, P. O., Bencze R Aquaculture, pp.315-326 2001 Food Safety
2134 Live-chilling and crowding stress before slaughter of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar).

Effects of crowding stress at high fish density and/or live-chilling in cold sea water (1

Skjervold, P. O., Fj Aquaculture, pp.265-280 2001 Fish Health/Nutrition, Food Safety
2135 Properties of salmon flesh from different locations on pre- and post-rigor fillets.

Farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) raised under commercial conditions were slaughtered after rapid live-chilling and processed as pre- or post-rigor fillet loins. These fillet cuts were evaluated for texture, gaping, colour and chemical...

Skjervold, P. O., Fj Aquaculture, pp.91-106 2001 Food Safety
2136 Predicting live-chilling dynamics of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar).

The objective of the present study was to generate a model to predict the relationship between chilling time, water temperatures, body weight and fish body temperature when chilling salmon alive prior to anaesthetisation. Based on the models...

Skjervold, P. O., Fj Aquaculture, pp.185-195 2002 Food Safety
2851 Instrumental Colour Analysis of Farmed and Wild Atlantic Salmon When Raw, Baked and Smoked.

Flesh colour of eight canthaxanthin-pigmented farmed and eight astaxanthin-pigmented with Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) was measured by instrumental analysis. The colour of raw, baked and cold smoked flesh from cultured and wild salmon was...

Skrede, G. and Storebakken, T. Aquaculture, pp.279-286 1986 Food Safety
2137 Lactic acid fermentation of wheat and barley whole meal flours improves digestibility of nutrients and energy in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) diets.

The effects of lactic acid fermentation of wheat and barley whole meal flours (WMF) on digestibility parameters in Atlantic salmon were studied. The WMFs were inoculated with a specific Lactobacillus strain and fermented for 16 h at 30

Skrede, G., Storebakken, T., Skrede, A., Sahlstr Aquaculture, pp.305-321 2002 Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition
1209 On the possible effects of harvesting season and chilled storage on the fatty acid profile of the fillet of farmed gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata).

^This work examines the fatty-acid profile of the total lipids of the muscle, as the main edible portion, of farmed sea bream (Sparus aurata) harvested at different periods of the year and subjected to a chilled-storage process (4

Senso, L., Su Food Chemistry, pp.298-307 2007 Food Safety
2852 Fatty Acid Composition of Muscle, Heart and Liver Lipids in Atlantic Salmon, Salmo Salar, at Extremely Low Environmental Temperature.

In February 1988 the seawater temperature in Hvalfj

Skuladottir, G. V., Schi Aquaculture, pp.71-80 1990 Fish Health/Nutrition, Water Quality
2138 Plasma profiles of the sex steroids and gonadotropins in maturing female spring Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha).

Plasma testosterone concentrations were low through the spring and early summer, concentrations began rising in late July and reached maximum levels by ovulation in September. Plasma concentrations of 11-ketotestosterone were low throughout...

Slater, C. H., Schreck, C. B. and Swanson, P. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology, pp.167-175 1994 Spawning
2139 Genome mapping of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar.

Construction of fish genetic maps may serve as a tool to obtain new insight into genetic and evolutionary mechanisms. In addition, genetic mapping of commercially important aquaculture species, such as Atlantic salmon, would be expected to...

Slettan, A., Olsaker, I. and Lie, O. Aquaculture, pp.100-101 1995 Genetics/Molecular
2140 Synthetic astaxanthin deposition in pan-size Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch).

Diets supplemented with synthetic astaxanthin at concentrations of 0, 15, 30, 45, and 60 mg/kg were fed to groups of Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) for 28 weeks. The mean initial and final weights were 50 and 379 g, respectively. Flesh color...

Smith, B. E., Hardy, R. W. and Torrissen, O. J. Aquaculture, pp.105-119 1992 Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition