Contributions in marine science volume 30 supplement

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Title: Contributions in marine science volume 30 supplement;
Red Drum Aquaculture: Proceedings of a Symposium on the Culture of Red Drum and Other Warm Water Fishes
Author: University of Texas Marine Science Institute
Abstract: Table of Contents. Journal Title Page / (p. i) -- Journal Editor's Note / (p. ii) -- Title Page of Conference / (p. iii) -- Organizers & Session Chairs / (p. iv) -- Contents / (p. v) -- Preface / (p. 1) -- List of Reviewers / (p. 2) -- Culture and Nutrition. Winter survival of fingerling red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) in South Carolina culture ponds / J. Stephen Hopkins, Theodore I.J. Smith, Alvin D. Stokes and Paul Sandifer (p. 5-10) -- Nutritional requirements of red drum: a review / Edwin H. Robinson (p. 11-20) -- Morphometric comparison of fingerling spotted seatrout, orangemouth corvina and their hybrids / Lynn S. Procarione, Timothy L. King and Britt W. Bumguardner -- Growth of juvenile red drum: adenylate concentrations, RNA-DNA ratio and affects of ovine growth hormone / Peter Thomas, Mark E. Westernman, P.F. Dehn, E. Nowicki, G. Joan Holt and C.R. Arnold (p. 29-36) -- Evaluation of etomidate as an anesthetic for red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus / W.W. Falls, G.K. Vermeer and C.W. Dennis (p. 37-40) -- Reproduction and Genetics. Induced spawning of spotted seatrout, red drum and orangemouth corvina (family: sciaenidae) with luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone analog injection / Peter Thomas and N. Boyd (p. 43-48) -- Population structure and genetic variation in red drum / John M. Wakeman and Paul R. Ramsey (p. 49-56) -- Studies on the basic structure of the red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) genome / J.R. Gold, K.M. Kedzie, D.A. Bohlymeyer, J.D. Jenkin, W.J. Jarel, N. Iida and S.M. Carr (p. 57-64) -- Controlled year-round spawning of red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, in captivity / C.R. Arnold (p. 65-70) -- Differing reproductive life histories between temperate and subtropical groups of Cynoscion nebulosus / Nancy Brown-Peterson and Peter Thomas (p. 71-78) -- Measurements of ovarian development in red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) from offshore stocks / Gary R. Fitzhugh, Theron G. Snider III and Bruce A. Thompson (p. 79-83) - Natural History and Larval Biology. The use of stable isotope tracers in red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) culture / R.K. Anderson, M.L. Dickson, G. Joan Holt, D. Ritz and P.L. Parker (p. 87-92) -- Growth rates and validation of age estimates of red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, in a Louisiana salt marsh impoundment / Daniel W. Beckman, Gary R. Fitzhugh and Charles A. Wilson (p. 93-98) -- A procedure for identifying sciaenid eggs / S.A. Holt, G. Joan Holt and L. Young-Able (p. 99-108) -- Fine-scale spatial distribution of red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus, larvae / Richard F. Shaw, David L. Drullinger, Kenneth A. Edds and Deborah L. Leffler (p. 109-116) -- The RNA-DNA ratio: measurement of nucleic acids in larval Sciaenops ocellatus / Mark E. Westerman and G. Joan Holt (p. 117-124) -- First larval rearing trials of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) in Martinique (French West Indies) / P. Soletchnik, E. Thouard, E. Goyard, C. Yvon and P. Baker (p. 125-130) -- Stress Physiology, Disease and Environmental Requirements. Handling and transport-induced stress in red drum fingerlings (Sciaenops ocellatus) / J. R. Tomasso and Gary J. Carmichael (p. 133-138) -- Thyroid function in red drum / Duncan S. MacKenzie (p. 139-146) -- Temperature sensitivity of lactate dehydrogenase (LDH-A4 isozyme) from white skeletal muscle of sciaenid fishes / Zulema L. Coppes and George N. Somero (p. 147-152) -- Assessing immunocompetence of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) / D.H. Lewis and Peter Thomas (p. 153-156) -- Changes in prolactin cell size and chloride cell number in young red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) during salinity adaptation / Hong Y. Yan and Peter Thomas (p. 157-164) -- A diet induced disease in common snook, Centropomus umdecimalis / M.E. Clarke, W. Sheldon, K. Dowd and M. Schmale (p. 165-168) -- Biophysical model of osmoregulation and its metabolic cost in red drum / J.D. Bryan, K.D. Ham and W.H. Neill (p. 169-182) -- Preliminary studies on the use of chloroquine as a systemic chemotherapeutic agent for amyloodinosis in red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) / D.H. Lewis, Wang Wenzing, A. Ayres and C.R. Arnold (p. 183-189) -- Abstracts of appers not included in proceedings. Development of marine finfish culture in Texas: intensive culture system / C.R. Arnold (p. 193) -- Laboratory studies of red drum and larvae: a review / G. Joan Holt (p. 193) -- Development of marine finfish culture: artifical diets for larval fish / G. Joan Holt (p. 193) -- Dynamics of elemental and biochemical components in the early life stages of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) / W.Y. Lee, S.A. Macko, X.H. Mao and C.R. Arnold (p. 194) -- Regime spawning of red drum, Sciaenops ocellatus: cyclical effects on serum steroids, gonadal cytology and ultrastructure / Daniel E. Roberts, Jr., R.O. Reese, H.J. Grier and R. MacGregor III (p. 194) -- Seasonal cycles of oocyte growth and plasma steroid hormone levels in captive orangemouth corvina broodstock / Peter Thomas and J.A. Prentice (p. 195) -- A comparison of black drum, red drum, and their hybrid in saltwater pond culture / Anne Henderson-Arzapalo, Robert L. Colura and Anthony F. Maciorowski (p. 195) -- Distribution of eggs and larvae of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) in Texas coastal waters / S.A. Holt, G. Joan Holt and C.R. Arnold (p. 196) -- Development of marine finfish culture in Texas: immunization against disease / D.H. Lewis (p. 196) -- Biochemical stress responses of red drum to common culture procedures / Peter Thomas (p. 197) -- Evaluation of metomidate as an anesthetic for common snook, Centropomus undecimalis / G.K. Vermeer and B. Falls (p. 197)
Department: UT Libraries
Subject: Marine biology -- Mexico, Gulf of Red drum Marine biology -- Gulf Coast (U.S.)
Date: 1988-09

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