Houde’s book to those interested in speciﬁc aspects of One of the most prominent reasons for EMS and M74 guppy biology (e.g. guppy hobbyists). At US$19.95 syndromes is the low concentration of thiamine in per copy (in paperback), this book is a terriﬁc bargain. the eggs. Also, thiamine treatment of fry and eggs has often proved to be therapeutically effective. Other F. Helen Rodd vitamins or minerals do not appear to be involved in Department of Zoology the syndromes. The Swedes have been more active in University of Toronto correlating carotenoids and other antioxidants to the presence of M74. However, no relation exists between Kimberly A. Hughes EMS and oxidative stress or the depletion of antiox- Department of Life Sciences idant vitamins. Honeyﬁeld et al. also present a useful Arizona State University, Phoenix chapter of ‘Future Research Needs’. It is a pity that scientists who were unable to attend the symposium Trevor E. Pitcher have had to wait more than a year for these results. Department of Zoology The proceedings in hand give a clear descrip- University of Toronto tion of our knowledge concerning the early mortality syndrome of salmonids. At the time of the symposium, some experimental techniques,
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