Ageing in fishes.

@article{Patnaik1994AgeingIF,
  title={Ageing in fishes.},
  author={Bhaswati Patnaik and N Mahapatro and Biranchi Jena},
  journal={Gerontology},
  year={1994},
  volume={40 2-4},
  pages={113-32}
}
Fishes show three types of senescence. Lampreys, eels and pacific salmon exhibit rapid senescence and sudden death at first spawning. The guppy, red panchax, medaka, platyfish, Indian murrel and many other teleosts undergo gradual senescence, as observed in most of the vertebrates. A number of fishes (e.g. sturgeons, paddlefish, female plaice, flatfish, rockfish) show indeterminate growth, the occurrence of senescence in them is supposed to be very slow or negligible. Neuroendocrine mechanisms… CONTINUE READING