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Updated: November 8th, 2023 05:01

2023 journal article

Nutritional programming in Nile tilapia <i>(</i>Oreochromis<i> </i>niloticus<i>)</i>: Effect of low dietary protein on growth and the intestinal microbiome and transcriptome

PLOS ONE, 18(10).

By: C. Deck n, S. Salger n, H. Reynolds n, M. Tada n, M. Severance n, P. Ferket n, H. Egna*, M. Fatema*, S. Haque*, R. Borski n

TL;DR: Results suggest protein restriction for up to 14 days early in development leads to enhanced growth and feed efficiency with minimal effects on gut microbes or intestinal function, while Protein restriction beyond this period appears detrimental to fish growth and health as underscores by expression of disease related genes and higher mortality rates. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: November 6, 2023

2019 journal article

Warmer waters masculinize wild populations of a fish with temperature-dependent sex determination

Scientific Reports, 9(1).

By: J. Honeycutt n, C. Deck n, S. Miller n, M. Severance n, E. Atkins n, J. Luckenbach*, J. Buckel n, H. Daniels n ...

Contributors: J. Honeycutt n, C. Deck n, S. Miller n, M. Severance n, E. Atkins n, J. Luckenbach*, J. Buckel n, H. Daniels n ...

MeSH headings : Animals; Animals, Wild / physiology; Ecosystem; Female; Fishes / anatomy & histology; Fishes / physiology; Gonads / metabolism; Hot Temperature; Male; North Carolina; RNA, Messenger / genetics; RNA, Messenger / metabolism; Sex Determination Processes; Sex Ratio; Water
TL;DR: Rearing flounder in the laboratory under temperature regimes mimicking those of natural habitats recapitulated sex ratio differences observed across the wild populations, providing strong evidence that temperature is a key factor influencing sex ratios in nursery habitats. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
14. Life Below Water (Web of Science; OpenAlex)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries, Crossref, ORCID
Added: June 4, 2019

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