Salmon Aquaculture Research Database
|2876||Effects of Temperature on Phagocytosis in Homarus Americanus.||
Phagocytosis constitutes the primary defence mechanism in decapod crustaceans. In this study, monolayers of hemocytes of the American lobster, Homarus americanus, were allowed to phagocytize a strain of Aerococcus viridans. This system was used...
|Steenbergen, J. F., Steenbergen, S. M. and Schapiro, H. C.||Aquaculture, pp.23-30||1978||Fish Health/Nutrition, Water Quality|
|2877||Effects of Tank Colour on Growth and Smoltification of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar L.).||
Atlantic salmon parr, Salmo salar, were reared in dark green or light grey tanks under a dual photoperiod, consisting of a constant background illumination (LD 24:0) from incandescent bulbs and additional light simulating a natural photoperiod (...
|Stefansson, S. O. and Hansen, T.||Aquaculture, pp.379-386||1989||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition, Habitat|
|2878||The Effect of Spectral Composition on Growth and Smolting in Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar) and Subsequent Growth in Sea Cages.||
Groups of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) parr were reared under indoor light sources of different spectral composition. A control group was reared under outdoor light conditions. Growth rate was not significantly different among the indoor groups...
|Stefansson, S. O. and Hansen, T. J.||Aquaculture, pp.155-162||1989||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|2879||Growth of Different Families of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar) under Three Experimental Photoperiods.||
Eight sibling groups of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) parr were reared under three experimental photoperiods, 24L:0D, 16::8D and 8L:16D, from early January to late May. All families developed bimodality prior to or during the experiment. Between...
|Stefansson, S. O., N||Aquaculture, pp.271-281||1990||Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|2161||Growth and parr-smolt transformation of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) under different light intensities and subsequent survival and growth in seawater.||
Groups of potential Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) smolts were reared under a simulated natural photoperiod from November 1987 to May 1988. Three different light intensities were used: 27, 335 or 715 lux. Growth rate was not significantly...
|Stefansson, S. O., Hansen, T. J. and Taranger, G. L.||Aquacultural Engineering, pp.231-243||1993||Fish Health/Nutrition, Freshwater/Hatchery|
|2160||Changes in seawater tolerance and gill Na+, K+-ATPase activity during desmoltification in Atlantic salmon kept in freshwater at different temperatures.||
Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) smolts were maintained in freshwater past their normal time of seawater transfer (early June) and reared at temperatures of 6, 10, 12 and 14
|Stefansson, S. O., Berge,||Aquaculture, pp.271-277||1998||Freshwater/Hatchery, Water Quality|
|1202||13C NMR, GC and HPLC characterization of lipid components of the salted and dried mullet (Mugil cephalus) roe "bottarga".||
^13C NMR spectroscopy, in conjunction with HPLC and GC techniques, has been used to study the molecular composition of lipids extracted from commercial products of bottarga. To this goal, both the saponifiable and unsaponifiable fractions of...
|Scano, P., Rosa, A., Cesare Marincola, F., Locci, E., Melis, M. P., Dess||Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, pp.69-76||2008||Food Safety|
|1203||Changes in the lipid class and proximate compositions of Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) smolts infected with the nematode parasite Philonema agubernaculum.||
^Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) smolts infected with the nematode Philonema agubernaculum had 36% lower mean lipid content (1.4%) than non-parasitized Coho salmon (2.2%) harvested simultaneously from the same out-migration. Lengths, weights,...
|Schaufler, L. E., Vollenweider, J. J. and Moles, A.||Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, pp.148-152||2008||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|2162||Effects of variation in essential fatty acids in fish feeds on nutritive value of freshwater fish for humans.||
Effects of variation in essential fatty acids in fish feeds on nutritive value of freshwater fish for humans. Several marine fish species are rich in n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) such as eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) or docosahexaenoic...
|Steffens, W.||Aquaculture, pp.97-119||1997||Fish Health/Nutrition, Food Safety|
|1201||Modulation of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase, 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase and malic enzyme activity by glucose and alanine in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L. hepatocytes.||
^The present study aims to elucidate interactions between glucose and alanine and their influence on pentose phosphate pathway (PPP) activity, using primary cultures of Atlantic salmon hepatocytes. Hepatocytes were exposed to either glucose or...
|Sanden, M., Fr||Aquaculture, pp.469-480||2003||Genetics/Molecular|
|2880||Studies on the Primary Structure of Coho Salmon Growth Hormone (Sgh).||
Secreted salmon GH (sGH) was obtained for biological and chemical characterization by incubating the growth hormone cell region of pituitaries from Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in organ culture at 14
|Steiny, S., King, D. S., Nishioka, R. S., Schilling, J. W. and Nicoll, C. S.||Aquaculture, pp.390-391||1985||Genetics/Molecular|
|2163||In vitrodegradation of Aeromonas salmonicida and Limulus polyphemus hemocyanin by Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L.. macrophages.||
Cultivated Atlantic salmon head kidney macrophages endocytosed and digested iodinated formaldehyde-fixed Aeromonas salmonicida antigens effectively. The degradation was time-dependent as demonstrated by increased acid soluble radioactivity...
|Stensv||Fish & Shellfish Immunology, pp.427-439||1995||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|2164||Lipid peroxidation in turbot (Scophthalmus maximus) tissue: effect of dietary vitamin E and dietary n - 6 or n - 3 polyunsaturated fatty acids.||
An experiment was performed on turbot juveniles to investigate the effects of dietary oil and alphatocopheryl acetate ([alpha]T) on muscle and the susceptibility of lipids to in vivo and in vitro peroxidation. Lipids were supplied by various...
|St||Aquaculture, pp.251-268||1995||Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|68||The environmental impact of aquaculture therapeutants: a risk assessment approach||
A risk assessment approach was used to explore the environmental impact of aquaculture therapeutants. This approach was selected in order to facilitate the comparison of aquaculture therapeutant impacts with those of other anthropogenic chemicals...
|Stephen, C. and McAdie, M.||Centre for Coastal Health, Department of Health Care and Epidemiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia: Vancouver, BC, pp. 32||1995||Antibiotics/Pesticides, Cultured, Habitat, Sediments|
|2166||Evaluation of a non-destructive diagnostic test for Kudoa thyrsites in farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar).||
Postharvest myoliquefaction (soft flesh) associated with Kudoa thyrsites infections is a concern to the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) industry in the Pacific Northwest. Infection with this parasite is not macroscopically visible in salmon, and...
|St-Hilaire, S., Ribble, C., Whitaker, D. J. and Kent, M. L.||Aquaculture, pp.139-144||1997||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition|
|2165||Prevalence of Kudoa thyrsites in sexually mature and immature pen-reared Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) in British Columbia, Canada.||
The prevalence of Kudoa thyrsites, a cause of post mortem soft flesh in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar), was determined for 17 harvests of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) raised in British Columbia. Fish were divided into two categories, sexually...
|St-Hilaire, S., Ribble, C., Whitaker, D. J. and Kent, M.||Aquaculture, pp.69-77||1998||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition|
|2167||Epidemiological investigation of infectious haematopoietic necrosis virus in salt water net-pen reared Atlantic salmon in British Columbia, Canada.||
An epidemiological study of infectious hematopoietic necrosis viral disease (IHN) in farmed Atlantic salmon in British Columbia was conducted to better understand the management of this disease. The study consisted of a descriptive retrospective...
|St-Hilaire, S., Ribble, C. S., Stephen, C., Anderson, E., Kurath, G. and Kent, M. L.||Aquaculture, pp.49-67||2002||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition|
|2881||Lipid Requirements of Some Warm water Species.||
Some fish, such as rainbow trout and certain marine species, require n-3 fatty acids, while other species have a requirement for n-6 fatty acids and may also require at least low levels of n-3 fatty acids for proper nutrition. Channel catfish...
|Stickney, R. R. and Hardy, R. W.||Aquaculture, pp.145-156||1989||Fish Health/Nutrition|
|328||The swimming performance of triploid brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis)||
Triploid fish, as a result of their larger erythrocytic size, may have a reduced aerobic capacity which might impair their swimming performance. In the present study the critical swimming velocity (CSV) of a group of diploid and triploid brook...
|Stillwell, E.J. and Benfey, T.J.||Bulletin of the Aquaculture Association of Canada, pp. 41-43||1996||Genetics/Molecular|
|4||Impact of intensive cage fish farming on the phytoplankton and periphyton of a Scottish freshwater loch||
Nutrients, phytoplankton and periphyton were monitored in a 71 ha shallow, unstratified lake used for intensive cage culture of rainbow trout. Inorganic nitrogen, ortho-phosphate and suspended solids were significantly higher near the cages and...
|Stirling, H.P. and Dey, T.||Hydrobiologia, pp. 193-214||1989||Nutrient Impacts, Organic Wastes, Water Quality|
|1200||The fate of transgenic sequences present in genetically modified plant products in fish feed, investigating the survival of GM soybean DNA fragments during feeding trials in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L.||
^Vegetable protein sources like soybeans, canola and maize gluten are good alternatives to fish meal. However, a large proportion of such products available on the international market may possess genetically modified (GM) components. This report...
|Sanden, M., Bruce, I. J., Rahman, M. A. and Hemre, G.-I.||Aquaculture, pp.391-405||2004||Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|2169||Field trials to evaluate the efficacy of emamectin benzoate in the control of sea lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Kr||
Three field trials were conducted to evaluate the efficacy of emamectin benzoate as a treatment for sea lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Kr
|Stone, J., Sutherland, I. H., Sommerville, C., Richards, R. H. and Varma, K. J.||Aquaculture, pp.205-219||2000||Antibiotics/Pesticides, Cultured, Sea Lice|
|2168||Safety and efficacy of emamectin benzoate administered in-feed to Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., smolts in freshwater, as a preventative treatment against infestations of sea lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Kr||
The safety and efficacy of emamectin benzoate, administered in-feed to Atlantic salmon smolts, Salmo salar L., held in freshwater, was evaluated as a preventative treatment against sea lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis, following transfer of fish to...
|Stone, J., Roy, W. J., Sutherland, I. H., Ferguson, H. W., Sommerville, C. and Endris, R.||Aquaculture, pp.21-34||2002||Antibiotics/Pesticides, Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition, Freshwater/Hatchery, Sea Lice|
|2882||Feed Intake Measurements in Fish Using Radioactive Isotopes: Ii. Experiments with Atlantic Salmon and Rainbow Trout in Sea-Pens.||
Twelve groups of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.), raised in fibre-glass tanks, were fed at 12 ration levels for 7 periods, each period lasting 28 days. The basic ration level was calculated from an expected maximum growth rate, depending on fish...
|Storebakken, T. and Austreng, E.||Aquaculture, pp.189-206||1987||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition, Genetics/Molecular|
|2883||Ration Level for Salmonids: I. Growth, Survival, Body Composition, and Feed Conversion in Atlantic Salmon Fry and Fingerlings.||
Short-term feed intake was measured in 2419 Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) and 1232 rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri Richardson), weighing 0.1-4.0 kg. The fish were kept in net-pens in the sea. They were hand-fed with a moist diet containing...
|Storebakken, T. and Austreng, E.||Aquaculture, pp.277-288||1988||Cultured, Fish Health/Nutrition, Freshwater/Hatchery|