Fish Ecophysiology (Fish and Fisheries Series 9)
Edited by
J. Cliff Rankin, Frank B. Jensen

448 pages
Publisher: ----
Edition: (December 31, 1992)
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-0412459207


Front Matter....Pages i-xx
Bioenergetics: feed intake and energy partitioning....Pages 1-44
Biochemical correlates of growth rate in fish....Pages 45-71
Growth, reproduction and death in lampreys and eels....Pages 72-104
Salmonid smolting: a pre-adaptation to the oceanic environment....Pages 105-135
Role of peptide hormones in fish osmoregulation....Pages 136-160
Environmental perturbations of oxygen transport in teleost fishes: causes, consequences and compensations....Pages 161-179
Cardiovascular and ventilatory control during hypoxia....Pages 180-206
Acid-base regulation in response to changes of the environment characteristics and capacity....Pages 207-230
Environmental effects on fish gill structure and function....Pages 231-264
Effects of water pH on gas and ion transfer across fish gills....Pages 265-275
Endocrine responses to environmental pollutants....Pages 276-296
Branchial mechanisms of acclimation to metals in freshwater fish....Pages 297-321
Phenotypic plasticity of fish muscle to temperature change....Pages 322-340
Recent advances in the ecophysiology of Antarctic notothenioid fishes: metabolic capacity and sensory performance....Pages 341-374
Ecophysiology of intertidal fish....Pages 375-400
Back Matter....Pages 401-421

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