Growth patterns might be linked to Atlantic salmon behavioural traits
Study link between the life history of Atlantic salmon and their behaviour.
(UNITED KINGDOM, 3/16/2019)
Research in which the University of Stirling participated identified an association between differing growth patterns and body sizes in Atlantic salmon and their behaviour and other developmental characteristics, such as stress responsiveness.
?COPEWELL project aims to demonstrate and quantify the presence and consistency of individual coping styles in farmed fish, establish methods for reliable identification of these, and to provide causal mechanisms for their presence, by addressing the genetic regulation of coping styles at the level of the transcriptome, and by investigating differences in telencephalic structure and function
The course of pelagic fishing week 43 Norway
This autumn's best NVG herring week and less mackerel from the North Sea
We received significantly smaller quantities of mackerel than in the previous three weeks. A total of 23,100 to...
Tuna exports to Italy soar in September Viet Nam
NDO/VNA – Vietnam’s tuna exports to Italy soared by 8,599% last month over the same period last year.
This staggering increase transformed Italy into Vietnam's largest tuna market in the EU in ...