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Biology of antarctic fish

Biology of antarctic fish

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Antarctic Ocean
    • Subjects:
    • Marine fishes -- Antarctic Ocean -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGuido di Prisco, Bruno Maresca, Bruno Tota, eds.
      ContributionsDi Prisco, Guido, 1937-, Maresca, B. 1950-, Tota, Bruno.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL637.2 .B56 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 292 p. :
      Number of Pages292
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1554859M
      ISBN 103540533508, 0387533508
      LC Control Number91035000

        The distribution of antifreeze glycopeptides (AFGPs) in the body fluids and tissues of antarctic notothenioid fish was determined. In Dissostichus mawsoni (Norman), the peritoneal, pericardial and extradural fluid, like the blood, contained all eight AFGPs and in concentrations sufficient to depress freezing points below that of sea water (− degree C).Cited by: Fish Books, Antarctic fishes,Books,Southern Ocean Fishes,Antarctic fish The Calypso Online Fish Bookshop Price Groups: A = 1p to £5 B = £ to £10 C .

      In Antarctica this usually means freshwater lakes and ponds which are frozen over for part or all of the year, it is a multi-disciplinary study encompassing biology, chemistry, physics and geology, all of which affect the characteristics of the water bodies over time. About this book Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Antarctic Research Series, Volume Two species of corallimorpharians and six of actiniarians from Antarctic and Subantarctic seas are redescribed; taxonomic, nonmenclatural, and distributional issues are discussed for each.

        This book offers tragically fascinating insights into what Antarctica is telling us about climate change and, through the ice-cores taken, the climate history of the earth back through millennia. This book A fantastic read; well written, accessible and offers a sensible, narrative tour of such an enigmatic continent/5.   Extreme blood-boosting capacity of an Antarctic fish represents an adaptation to life in a sub-zero environment Jeroen Brijs, Michael Axelsson, Malin Rosengren, Fredrik Jutfelt, Albin Gräns Journal of Experimental Biology jeb doi: Cited by: 1.


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Exploring ecology, evolution, and life history as well as physiology, biochemistry, and molecular biology of Antarctic fish the book describes the mechanisms of cold adaptation at all these by: About this book Biology of Antarctic Fish presents the most recent findings on the biology of fish in the unique environment of the Antarctic ocean.

At present the year-round temperature of the coastal waters is very near -1,87 ° C, the equilibrium temperature of the ice-seawater mixture. The books' coverage is detailed and comprehensive, and the author clearly recognizes the fact that these fish are a component of a most interesting and biologically unique ecosystem and environment.

Topics in Antarctic Fish Biology include past and present environments, fossil records, taxonomic composition of fauna, systematic relationships, diversification, and physiological adaptations. Exploring ecology, evolution, and life history as well as physiology, biochemistry, and molecular biology of Antarctic fish the book describes the mechanisms of cold adaptation at all these levels.

Darwin's finches and African cichlids may be joined by Antarctic fishes as exemplars of adaptive radiation. The books' coverage is detailed and comprehensive, and the author clearly recognizes the fact that these fish are a component of a most interesting and biologically Cited by:   The books' coverage is detailed and comprehensive, and the author clearly recognizes the fact that these fish are a component of a most interesting and biologically unique ecosystem and environment.

Topics in Antarctic Fish Biology include past and present environments, fossil records, taxonomic composition of fauna, systematic relationships, diversification, and physiological Edition: 1. Buy Biology of Antarctic Fish Paperback / softback by ISBN: Free postage on orders over £50 to UK and Ireland.

No visitors allowed on the premises. Summary: This work presents recent findings on the biology of fish in the environment of the Antarctic Ocean.

The book investigates the adaptation of fish to extreme cold from an ecological, evolutionary, physiological, biochemical and molecular biological point of view. Biology of Antarctic Fish - Ebook written by Guido di Prisco, Bruno Maresca, Bruno Tota.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Biology of Antarctic Fish. The Antarctic fish fauna has evolved over a long period of geographic and climatic isolation.

In the course of this evolution, Antarctic fish have developed specialized adaptations, some of which characterize these organisms as unique. In strong contrast to the continental shelf faunas elsewhere. Biology of Antarctic Fish presents the most recent findings on the biology of fish in the unique environment of the Antarctic ocean.

Exploring ecology, evolution, and life history as well as physiology, biochemistry, and molecular biology of Antarctic fish the book describes the mechanisms of cold adaptation at all these levels. Topics in Antarctic Fish Biology include past and present environments, fossil records, taxonomic composition of fauna, systematic relationships, diversification, and physiological adaptations.

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Antarctic fish are best known for their uses in studying adaptive radiation, the ecological process that causes the rapid development of several different species from one common ancestor of this fishes. These studies have been done using genetics, phylogeny, study of paleontology, and combinations of these fields to determine the sister lineage of the Antarctic : Actinopterygii.

Article featuring PolarTREC teacher Paula Dell (Biology of Antarctic Fishes) and her students from Lindblom Math & Science Academy high school in Chicago, Illinois who have created a Fish Spy robotic camera to study icefish in Antarctica.

The books' coverage is detailed and comprehensive, and the author clearly recognizes the fact that these fish are a component of a most interesting and biologically unique ecosystem and environment. Topics in Antarctic Fish Biology include past and present environments, fossil records, taxonomic composition of fauna, systematic relationships.

About this book. This introduction gives a short account, including diagrams, of the evolution of the Antarctic fish fauna following the formation of the Southern Ocean resulting from the breakup of Gondwana.

There is a short description of the art of gyotaku, including illustrations. We are offering BIOLOGY OF ANTARCTIC FISH Guido di Prisco, Bruno Maresca, Bruno Tota (Editors) With Figures and 30 Tables; Springer Verlag. Berlin. () Ex-Library with the usual markings.

This book is hard-bound in green paper covered boards, with dark blue and white printing. The covers show a bit of light Rating: % positive. With NSF support, Arthur DeVries discovered antifreeze proteins in Antarctic notothenioid fish in the late s, and was the first to describe how the proteins bind to ice crystals in the blood to prevent the fish from freezing.

The most recent antifreeze discovery was supported by. The modern fish fauna of the Southern Ocean is dominated by the Notothenioidei, which comprise 50% and 90% of the Antarctic finfish diversity and biomass, respectively.

The notothenioids represent. Information on Antarctic and sub-Antarctic fish suggest that spawning occurs in austral autumn and winter (Kock and Kellermann, ). There is limited information on the reproductive biology of D.

eleginoides in the literature, but some work has been undertaken around the sub-Antarctic islands, on the Patagonian Shelf and off the coast of by: Darwin's finches and African cichlids may be joined by Antarctic fishes as exemplars of adaptive radiation. The books' coverage is detailed and comprehensive, and the author clearly recognizes the Author: Joseph T.

Eastman.Macdonald JA, Wells RMG () Viscosity of body fluids from Antarctic notothenioid fish. In: di Prisco G, Maresca B, Tota B (eds) Biology of Antarctic fish. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, pp – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: