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Control of puberty in farmed fish.
Evidence for two distinct KiSS genes in non-placental vertebrates that encode kisspeptins with different gonadotropin-releasing activities in fish and mammals
Broodstock management and hormonal manipulations of fish reproduction.
Comparative insights of the kisspeptin/kisspeptin receptor system: lessons from non-mammalian vertebrates.
Induction of triploidy and gynogenesis in teleost fish with emphasis on marine species
The methodologies used to induce, verify, and assess performance of both triploids and gynogenetics of these marine species, including mainly sparids, moronids and flatfishes, are focused on.
Regulation of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) gene expression by gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) and sexual steroids in the Mediterranean Sea bass.
Effects of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Prostaglandins on Oocyte Maturation in a Marine Teleost, the European Sea Bass (Dicentrarchus labrax)1
- Lisa Ann Sorbera, Juan Francisco Asturiano, M. Carrillo, S. Zanuy
- BiologyBiology of reproduction
Evidence is provided for the participation of AA metabolism in GTH-induced oocyte maturation, and it is suggested that other PUFAs and PGs may play important roles in the induction of maturation in a marine teleost.
Molecular characterization of sea bass gonadotropin subunits (α, FSHβ, and LHβ) and their expression during the reproductive cycle
Reproductive performance in male European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax, L.) fed two PUFA-enriched experimental diets: a comparison with males fed a wet diet
Brief treatment with an aromatase inhibitor during sex differentiation causes chromosomally female salmon to develop as normal, functional males
Treatment with a nonsteroidal inhibitor of aromatase, the enzyme that catalyzes the conversion from androgens to estrogens, for only 2 hours when the gonads were bipotent, caused genetic females to develop into normal males, providing strong support for Yamamoto's theory that androgens and estrogens are natural sex inducers in gonochoristic fish.