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C. Michael Wagner and Jason D. Bals

Behaviour 149 (2012) 901–923 brill.com/beh Behavioral responses of sea lamprey ( Petromyzon marinus ) to a putative alarm cue derived from conspecific and heterospecific sources Jason D. Bals and C. Michael Wagner ∗ Michigan State University, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, 480 Wilson

B. Agulleiro

and chicken (B. AGULLEIRO & M.T. LozANO, unpublished results). SST-14 and the 'big' SSTs occur in different cell types in the teleost islets (AGULLEIRO et al., 1993), whereas SST-14 and SST-34 coexist in a single cell type in the pancreas of Petromyzon marinus (CHEUNG et al., 1990). The amino acid

Mar Huertas, Adelino V.M. Canário and Peter C. Hubbard

papers delivered at the workshop would be a good idea. This issue is the result. Firstly, Bals and Wagner investigated the sources of odorants that contribute to the sometimes spectacular alarm response of the sea lamprey ( Petromyzon marinus ). This system is likely to be quite different from the better

Andrzej Witkowski

endangered species, mostly anadromous and ecologically highly specialized (Petromyzon marinus, Eudontomyzon mariae, Lampetra fluviatilis, Salmo trutta lacustris, Pelecus cultratus, Moroco percnurus, Gobio kessleri, and G. albipinnatus). As much as 58.9% of fishes and lampreys are threatened to various

Sean Sisler and Peter Sorensen

, unpublished results), the non-reproductive attractant has special promise to census and perhaps remove these otherwise difficult fish. Analogies may be made with the sea lamprey ( Petromyzon marinus ), an invasive fish in the Laurentian Great Lakes, whose pheromones are now being tested for control (Sorensen

Peter Hubbard, Adelino Canário and Mar Huertas

are mostly C 24 structures, whereas in primitive mammals, cartilaginous fish and reptiles C 27 forms are often found (Haslewood, 1967). Bile acids are normally ex- creted into the environment via the faeces and recent evidence has shown that, in the sea lamprey ( Petromyzon marinus L.), specific bile

Stan Yavno and Lynda Corkum

: 121-131. Vrieze, L.A. & Sorensen, P.W. (2001). Laboratory assessment of the role of a larval pheromone and natural stream odor in spawning stream localization by migratory sea lamprey ( Petromyzon marinus ). — Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58: 2374-2385. Wicket, R.G. & Corkum, L.D. (1998). Nest defense by

Berry and Breithaupt

migratory adult sea lamprey ( Petromyzon marinus ) is specifically and acutely sensitive to unique bile acids released by conspecific larvae. — J. Gen. Physiol. 105: 569-587. Li, W., Scott, A.P., Siefkes, M.J., Yan, H.G., Liu, Q., Yun, S.S. & Gage, D.A. (2002). Bile acid secreted by mate sea lamprey that

Brian Wisenden

., Fahrbach, S. & Rubin, R., eds). Academic Press, New York, NY, p. 375-435. Vrieze, L.A. & Sorensen, P.W. (2001). Laboratory assessment of the role of a larval pheromone and natural stream odor in spawning stream localization by migratory sea lamprey ( Petromyzon marinus ). — Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58

Gert Flik, Mark Huising and Marnix Gorissen

several fish species in the blood, liver and adipocytes, including burbot ( Lota lota ) and sea lamprey ( Petromyzon marinus ) (Johnson et al., 2000; Yaghoubian et al., 2001; Mustonen et al., 2002; Vegusdal et al., 2003). In goldfish, both peripheral and central injections of murine leptin decrease food