Fish Physiology: Euryhaline Fishes, 1st Edition

Fish Physiology Vol 32

 
Fish Physiology: Euryhaline Fishes, 1st Edition,Stephen D. McCormick,Anthony Farrell,Colin Brauner,ISBN9780123969514
 
 
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Fish Physiology

McCormick   &   Farrell   &   Brauner   

Academic Press

9780123969514

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This volume provides the first integrative review of euryhalinity in fish.

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Key Features

  • Collects and synthesizes the literature covering the state of knowledge of the physiology of euryhaline fish
  • Provides the foundational information needed for researchers from a variety of fields, including fish physiology, conservation and evolutionary biology, genomics, ecology, ecotoxicology, and comparative physiology
  • All authors are the leading researchers and emerging leaders in their fields

Description

The need for ion and water homeostasis is common to all life. For fish, ion and water homeostasis is an especially important challenge because they live in direct contact with water and because of the large variation in the salt content of natural waters (varying by over 5 orders of magnitude). Most fish are stenohaline and are unable to move between freshwater and seawater. Remarkably, some fishes are capable of life in both freshwater and seawater. These euryhaline fishes constitute an estimated 3 to 5% of all fish species. Euryhaline fishes represent some of the most iconic and interesting of all fish species, from salmon and sturgeon that make epic migrations to intertidal mudskippers that contend with daily salinity changes. With the advent of global climate change and increasing sea levels, understanding the environmental physiology of euryhaline species is critical for environmental management and any mitigative measures. This volume will provide the first integrative review of euryhalinity in fish. There is no other book that focuses on fish that have the capacity to move between freshwater and seawater. The different challenges of salt and water balance in different habitats have led to different physiological controls and regulation, which heretofore has not been reviewed in a single volume.

Readership

Researchers in zoology, fish physiology, fisheries biology, comparative physiology, and ecology; applied researchers in environmental monitoring, conservation biology and toxicology; university-level students and instructors in these areas

Stephen D. McCormick

Affiliations and Expertise

USGS, Conte Anadromous Fish Research Center

Anthony Farrell

Affiliations and Expertise

Dept of Zoology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Colin Brauner

Affiliations and Expertise

Dept of Zoology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

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Fish Physiology: Euryhaline Fishes, 1st Edition

Euryhaline Fishes

Fish Physiology, Volume 32

 

Volume Editors: Stephen D. McCormick, Anthony P. Farrell and Colin J. Brauner

 

1. Principles and patterns of osmoregulation and euryhalinity in fish

Sue Edwards

2. Osmosensing and autoregulation of euryhalinity

Dietmar Kueltz

3. Hormonal Control of euryhalinity

Yosio Takei and Stephen D. McCormick

4. Euryhaline Elasmobranchs

James S. Ballantyne and David I. Fraser

5. Smolt Physiology: the freshwater-seawater transitions in salmonids

Stephen D. McCormick

6. Freshwater-Seawater transitions in migratory fish

Joseph Zydlewski

7. Seawater-Freshwater transitions in migratory fish

J. Mark Shrimpton

8. Euryhalinity: Intertidal fish

William Marshall

9. Euryhalinity: extreme environments

Colin Brauner and Jonathan Wilson

10. Evolution of euryhalinity

Eric Schultz and Stephen D. McCormick

 
 
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