Aquacultural Effluents: Directive Signals to the System Downstream?

@article{Kamps1999AquaculturalED,
  title={Aquacultural Effluents: Directive Signals to the System Downstream?},
  author={Ray Herbert Kamps and William H. Mc Neill},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
  year={1999},
  volume={25},
  pages={2041-2050}
}
  • Ray Herbert Kamps, William H. Mc Neill
  • Published in Journal of Chemical Ecology 1999
  • Biology
  • Animals continuously release biogenic substances that vary in composition with physiological state. In aquatic systems, animals can gain insight about conditions or events upstream and alter their physiology and behavior to exploit this information. Here, we review observations on aquatic animals as diverse as snails, shrimp, fish, and frog tadpoles to probe the possibility that high-density aquaculture might generate chemical messages that cause conspecific or related individuals to reduce… CONTINUE READING

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