By: Hiroshi Ueda(Editor), Katsumi Tsukamoto(Editor)
175 pages, 5 colour & 38 b/w illustrations
Among the roughly 30,000 species of fish, migratory species account for only 165 species, but most of them are very important fisheries resources. Physiology and Ecology of Fish Migration presents up-to-date innovative research results on the physiology and ecology of fish migration. It focuses on salmon, eels, lampreys, and bluefin tuna.
Physiology and Ecology of Fish Migration examines migratory behavior, spawning, and behavioral ecology.
- Physiology of Imprinting and Homing Migration in Pacific Salmon
- The Behaviour and Physiology of Migrating Atlantic Salmon
- The Onset Mechanisms of the Spawning Migrations of Anguillid Eels
- Marine Migratory Behaviour of the European Silver Eel
- Sea Lamprey Migration: a Journey with Millions of Years
- Migratory Behavior of Adult Pacific Lamprey and Evidence for Effects of Individual Temperament on Migration Rate
- Behavioral Ecology and Thermal Physiology of Immature Pacific Bluefin Tuna
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