Carmen Cusack

Fish, Justice, and Society is an in-depth look into the fishing industry, fish, and aquatic environments. This book delves past the façade of what may be known by the average fisherman, bringing to the surface new information about numerous species and aquatic habitats. It is the most comprehensive book on the subject of fish, law, and human behavior. It is a standalone work, but complements Cusack’s Fish in the Bible (2017). It is a treatise on the subject of animal law while also serving the common fisherman information on compliance issues.

F. Foresti and C. Ozouf-Costaz

FISH CYTOGENETIC RESEARCH: ADVANCES, APPLICA- TIONS AND PERSPECTIVES by C. OZOUF-COSTAZ and F. FORESTI2 (1Laboratoire d'Ichtyologie, Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, 43 rue Cuvier, 75231 Paris Cedex 05, France. 2 Instituto de Biociencias, UNESP, BOTUCATU, SP, Brazil). ABSTRACT Methods

A.P. Mansuri and Rahul Kundu

GROWTH OF PECTORAL MUSCLE FIBRES IN RELATION TO SOMATIC GROWTH IN SOME MARINE FISHES by RAHUL KUNDU and A. P. MANSURI (Laboratory of Fish Biology, Department of Biosciences, Saurashtra University, RAJKOT - 360 005, India) SUMMARY In the present communication, growth dynamics of pectoral muscle

J. Mees, E.O. Wakwabi, M. De Troch and I. Papadopoulos

FISH COMMUNITIES IN A TROPICAL BAY (GAZI BAY, KENYA): SEAGRASS BEDS VS. UNVEGETATED AREAS by M. DE TROCH1, J. MEES1, I. PAPADOPOULOS and E. O. WAKWABI2 (1Marine Biology Section, Zoology Institute, University of Gent, K.L.Ledeganckstraat 35, B-9000 Gent, Belgium; 2Kenya Marine and Fisheries

R.J.H. Beverton

FISH RESOURCES; THREATS AND PROTECTION by R. J. H. BEVERTON (School of Pure and Applied Biology, University of Wales College of Cardiff, P.O. Box 915, Cardiff, CF1 3TL, UK) ABSTRACT The status of fish species and fish resources is reviewed. Actual and potential threats are identified and, as

Billy Nzau Matondo, Michaël Ovidio, Jean Claude Philippart and Pascal Poncin

Introduction Silver bream, Blicca bjoerkna (L), and rudd, Scardinius erythrophthalmus (L), are two native European cyprinid fish species belonging to the same Leuciscinae sub-family (Bianco et al., 2001 ; Perea et al., 2010 ). As nearly all Leuciscinae genera, these two species

M.R. Drost, M. Muller and J.W.M. Osse

PREY CAPTURE BY FISH LARVAE, WATER FLOW PATTERNS AND THE EFFECT OF ESCAPE MOVEMENTS OF PREY by M. R. DROST, J. W. M. OSSE AND M. MULLER (Dept. of Experimental Animal Morphology and Cell Biology, Agricultural University, Marijke- weg 40, 6709 PG Wageningen, The Netherlands) ABSTRACT We present a

Carl A. Shaw

The fragments of ancient Greek comedy are awash with fish and other sea animals. Hot slices of perch are gobbled down, and sea urchins are licked clean. Lobsters, crayfish, and shrimp scuttle to an elaborate feast of the gods. Conches, oysters, and clams gape open for the eager epicure, and eels

Beverly A. Himick and Richard E. Peter

NEUROPEPTIDE REGULATION OF FEEDING AND GROWTH HORMONE SECRETION IN FISH by BEVERLY A. HIMICK and RICHARD E. PETER* (Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E9, Canada) ABSTRACT In goldfish bombesin (BBS)/gastrin-releasing peptide (GRP)-like and

Matthew J. Hansen, Timothy M. Schaerf and Ashley J.W. Ward

1. Introduction Animals base many of their movement decisions on their internal state, and in particular on their nutritional state. The study of nutritional deprivation on animal movement has a rich history in behavioural ecology and amongst the vertebrates fish have proven to be good models