Recreational Fisheries: Social, Economic and Management Aspects (Papers from the EIFAC Symposium on Recreational Fisheries, held in Dublin, Ireland, from 11 to 14 June 1997)

Recreational Fisheries: Social, Economic and Management Aspects (Papers from the EIFAC Symposium... opening chapter by Somero and colleagues intro- from thoughtful overviews to reports of new data, to duces cold adaptation and stenothermy with particular confirmations of presumed relationships. The book emphasis on metabolic rates, mitochondrial func- highlights the enormous breadth of research and the tion, and enzyme kinetics. The next four chapters vast array of methods being applied to Antarctic fishes, look at cold adaptation and stenothermy in other ranging from modern molecular methods to the tradi- subcellular physiological components, including heat tional gear of the field biologist. By design, the shock proteins, lipid content and metabolism, brain emphasis is on the work of European scientists. For gangliosides, and microtubules. Subsequent chapters balance, the editors solicited contributions from a few consider other aspects of biochemistry (metallo- prominent, non-European workers as well. Unfortu- thionein, immunoglobulins, natriuretic peptides and nately, the attempt to organize the chapters under three their receptors) and tissue-level physiology (transport general headings does little to unify the often unrelated through intestinal epithelia, neuroendocrine activity and very narrowly focused contributions. Further, of the intestine, vascular system morphology). Three many chapters are surprisingly brief and several are chapters directly relate physiological measurements described as preliminary or part of a larger http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries Springer Journals

Recreational Fisheries: Social, Economic and Management Aspects (Papers from the EIFAC Symposium on Recreational Fisheries, held in Dublin, Ireland, from 11 to 14 June 1997)

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Publisher
Kluwer Academic Publishers
Copyright
Copyright © 1999 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Life Sciences; Freshwater & Marine Ecology; Zoology
ISSN
0960-3166
eISSN
1573-5184
D.O.I.
10.1023/A:1008972301882
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opening chapter by Somero and colleagues intro- from thoughtful overviews to reports of new data, to duces cold adaptation and stenothermy with particular confirmations of presumed relationships. The book emphasis on metabolic rates, mitochondrial func- highlights the enormous breadth of research and the tion, and enzyme kinetics. The next four chapters vast array of methods being applied to Antarctic fishes, look at cold adaptation and stenothermy in other ranging from modern molecular methods to the tradi- subcellular physiological components, including heat tional gear of the field biologist. By design, the shock proteins, lipid content and metabolism, brain emphasis is on the work of European scientists. For gangliosides, and microtubules. Subsequent chapters balance, the editors solicited contributions from a few consider other aspects of biochemistry (metallo- prominent, non-European workers as well. Unfortu- thionein, immunoglobulins, natriuretic peptides and nately, the attempt to organize the chapters under three their receptors) and tissue-level physiology (transport general headings does little to unify the often unrelated through intestinal epithelia, neuroendocrine activity and very narrowly focused contributions. Further, of the intestine, vascular system morphology). Three many chapters are surprisingly brief and several are chapters directly relate physiological measurements described as preliminary or part of a larger

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