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The Resource Fish pheromones and related cues, edited by Peter W. Sorensen, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN 55108 U.S.A., Brian D. Wisenden, Biosciences Department, Minnesota State University at Moorhead, Moorhead, Minnesota 55603, U.S.A

Fish pheromones and related cues, edited by Peter W. Sorensen, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN 55108 U.S.A., Brian D. Wisenden, Biosciences Department, Minnesota State University at Moorhead, Moorhead, Minnesota 55603, U.S.A

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Fish pheromones and related cues
Title
Fish pheromones and related cues
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edited by Peter W. Sorensen, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN 55108 U.S.A., Brian D. Wisenden, Biosciences Department, Minnesota State University at Moorhead, Moorhead, Minnesota 55603, U.S.A
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eng
Summary
Organisms release pheromones into their environments to allow them to communicate with other members of their species. Pheromones are of increasing interest in both basic and applied aspects of fish biology. Fish Pheromones and Related Cues provides a timely synthesis of this growing body of pheromone research exploring everything from how these chemical signals are processed to the potential application of pheromone research on fish culture and conservation. Fish Pheromones and Related Cues opens with a useful overview of fish pheromone research. Chapters then examine the biological impor
Member of
Cataloging source
E7B
Dewey number
597
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • charts
Index
index present
Language note
English
LC call number
QL639.1
LC item number
.F5735 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1962-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Sorensen, Peter W.
  • Wisenden, Brian D.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Fishes
  • Pheromones
  • Sex recognition (Zoology)
  • Animal communication
  • NATURE
  • SCIENCE
  • Animal communication
  • Fishes
  • Pheromones
  • Sex recognition (Zoology)
Label
Fish pheromones and related cues, edited by Peter W. Sorensen, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN 55108 U.S.A., Brian D. Wisenden, Biosciences Department, Minnesota State University at Moorhead, Moorhead, Minnesota 55603, U.S.A
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Chapter 1 Introduction to Pheromones and Related Chemical Cues in Fishes; 1.1 CHEMICAL INFORMATION TRANSFER IN FISH; 1.2 TERMINOLOGY; 1.2.1 Overview; 1.2.2 Pheromones; 1.2.3 Signature Mixtures; 1.2.4 Other Definitions Relevant to this Book; 1.3 FUNCTIONS SERVED BY PHEROMONES AND RELATED CUES; 1.3.1 Overview; 1.3.2 Alarm Cues; 1.3.3 Nonreproductive Recognition and Aggregation; 1.3.4 Individual and Kin Recognition; 1.3.5 Ornamental Odors; 1.3.6 Reproductive Stimulants; 1.4 PHEROMONE IDENTITY, SYNTHESIS, AND RELEASE
  • 1.5 PHEROMONE DETECTION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSIVENESS1.5.1 Overview; 1.5.2 Pheromone Receptors; 1.5.3 Olfactory Discrimination of Pheromones; 1.5.4 Pheromonal Signaling and Communication; 1.6 PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF FISH PHEROMONES; 1.6.1 Overview; 1.6.2 Effects of Pollution on the Perception of Conspecific Cues; 1.6.3 Application of Pheromones to the Management and Control of Wild Fisheries; 1.6.4 Measuring and Interpreting Pheromones in the Water; 1.6.5 Applications of Pheromones in Marine Fish and Their Culture; 1.7 SUMMARY; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES
  • Chapter 2 Species-Specific Pheromones and Their Roles in Shoaling, Migration, and Reproduction: A Critical Review and Synthesis2.1 INTRODUCTION; 2.2 PHEROMONES AND NONREPRODUCTIVE SHOALING BEHAVIOR; 2.3 PHEROMONES AND THEIR ROLE IN MIGRATORY ORIENTATION; 2.3.1 The Role of Migratory Pheromones in Anadromy; 2.3.2 Migratory Pheromones and Amphridromy; 2.3.3 Migratory Pheromones and Catadromy; 2.3.4 Migratory Pheromones in Potadromous Fishes; 2.3.5 Migratory Pheromones in Oceanadromous Fish; 2.3.6 Summary of Migratory Pheromones; 2.4 REPRODUCTIVE PHEROMONES
  • 2.4.1 Overview of Empirical Data on Sex Pheromone Specificity2.4.2 Releasing Sex Pheromones in the Goldfish and Common Carp; 2.4.3 Summary for Sex Pheromones; 2.5 SUMMARY AND SUGGESTIONS FOR A POSSIBLE UNIFYING THEORY; REFERENCES; Chapter 3 Hormonally Derived Pheromones in Teleost Fishes; 3.1 INTRODUCTION TO HORMONAL SEX PHEROMONES IN TELEOST FISH; 3.1.1 Production and Release of Hormonal Pheromones; 3.1.2 Detection of Hormonal Pheromones; 3.1.3 Overview of Biological Responses to Hormonal Pheromones; 3.1.4 Hormonal Pheromones and Phylogeny
  • 3.2 HORMONAL PHEROMONES IN THE GOLDFISH AND RELATED CARPS3.2.1 The Goldfish-an Important Model; 3.2.2 Hormonal Pheromones in Other Cypriniforms; 3.3 HORMONAL PHEROMONES IN SALMONIFORMES; 3.3.1 Genus Salmo: Atlantic Salmon and Brown Trout; 3.3.2 Genus Salvelinus (Chars); 3.3.3 Genus Oncorhynchus (Pacific Salmon); 3.4 HORMONAL PHEROMONES IN PERCIFORMES; 3.4.1 Gobies: Family Gobiidae; 3.4.2 Cichlids: Family Cichlidae; 3.5 PHYSIOLOGICAL REGULATION OF RESPONSIVENESS TO HORMONAL PHEROMONES; 3.6 HORMONAL PHEROMONES AND SPECIES SPECIFICITY
Control code
903972470
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (308 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780813823867
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)903972470
Label
Fish pheromones and related cues, edited by Peter W. Sorensen, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife & Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, MN 55108 U.S.A., Brian D. Wisenden, Biosciences Department, Minnesota State University at Moorhead, Moorhead, Minnesota 55603, U.S.A
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Contributors; Preface; Chapter 1 Introduction to Pheromones and Related Chemical Cues in Fishes; 1.1 CHEMICAL INFORMATION TRANSFER IN FISH; 1.2 TERMINOLOGY; 1.2.1 Overview; 1.2.2 Pheromones; 1.2.3 Signature Mixtures; 1.2.4 Other Definitions Relevant to this Book; 1.3 FUNCTIONS SERVED BY PHEROMONES AND RELATED CUES; 1.3.1 Overview; 1.3.2 Alarm Cues; 1.3.3 Nonreproductive Recognition and Aggregation; 1.3.4 Individual and Kin Recognition; 1.3.5 Ornamental Odors; 1.3.6 Reproductive Stimulants; 1.4 PHEROMONE IDENTITY, SYNTHESIS, AND RELEASE
  • 1.5 PHEROMONE DETECTION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSIVENESS1.5.1 Overview; 1.5.2 Pheromone Receptors; 1.5.3 Olfactory Discrimination of Pheromones; 1.5.4 Pheromonal Signaling and Communication; 1.6 PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF FISH PHEROMONES; 1.6.1 Overview; 1.6.2 Effects of Pollution on the Perception of Conspecific Cues; 1.6.3 Application of Pheromones to the Management and Control of Wild Fisheries; 1.6.4 Measuring and Interpreting Pheromones in the Water; 1.6.5 Applications of Pheromones in Marine Fish and Their Culture; 1.7 SUMMARY; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES
  • Chapter 2 Species-Specific Pheromones and Their Roles in Shoaling, Migration, and Reproduction: A Critical Review and Synthesis2.1 INTRODUCTION; 2.2 PHEROMONES AND NONREPRODUCTIVE SHOALING BEHAVIOR; 2.3 PHEROMONES AND THEIR ROLE IN MIGRATORY ORIENTATION; 2.3.1 The Role of Migratory Pheromones in Anadromy; 2.3.2 Migratory Pheromones and Amphridromy; 2.3.3 Migratory Pheromones and Catadromy; 2.3.4 Migratory Pheromones in Potadromous Fishes; 2.3.5 Migratory Pheromones in Oceanadromous Fish; 2.3.6 Summary of Migratory Pheromones; 2.4 REPRODUCTIVE PHEROMONES
  • 2.4.1 Overview of Empirical Data on Sex Pheromone Specificity2.4.2 Releasing Sex Pheromones in the Goldfish and Common Carp; 2.4.3 Summary for Sex Pheromones; 2.5 SUMMARY AND SUGGESTIONS FOR A POSSIBLE UNIFYING THEORY; REFERENCES; Chapter 3 Hormonally Derived Pheromones in Teleost Fishes; 3.1 INTRODUCTION TO HORMONAL SEX PHEROMONES IN TELEOST FISH; 3.1.1 Production and Release of Hormonal Pheromones; 3.1.2 Detection of Hormonal Pheromones; 3.1.3 Overview of Biological Responses to Hormonal Pheromones; 3.1.4 Hormonal Pheromones and Phylogeny
  • 3.2 HORMONAL PHEROMONES IN THE GOLDFISH AND RELATED CARPS3.2.1 The Goldfish-an Important Model; 3.2.2 Hormonal Pheromones in Other Cypriniforms; 3.3 HORMONAL PHEROMONES IN SALMONIFORMES; 3.3.1 Genus Salmo: Atlantic Salmon and Brown Trout; 3.3.2 Genus Salvelinus (Chars); 3.3.3 Genus Oncorhynchus (Pacific Salmon); 3.4 HORMONAL PHEROMONES IN PERCIFORMES; 3.4.1 Gobies: Family Gobiidae; 3.4.2 Cichlids: Family Cichlidae; 3.5 PHYSIOLOGICAL REGULATION OF RESPONSIVENESS TO HORMONAL PHEROMONES; 3.6 HORMONAL PHEROMONES AND SPECIES SPECIFICITY
Control code
903972470
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (308 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780813823867
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)903972470

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