Repeated acute stress reduces growth rate of Atlantic salmon parr and alters plasma levels of growth hormone, insulin-like growth factor I and cortisol

@inproceedings{McCormick1998RepeatedAS,
  title={Repeated acute stress reduces growth rate of Atlantic salmon parr and alters plasma levels of growth hormone, insulin-like growth factor I and cortisol},
  author={Stephen D McCormick and J Mark Shrimpton and Judith B Carey and Michael F O'dea and Kevin E. Sloan and Shunsuke Moriyama and Bj{\"o}rn Th. Bj{\"o}rnsson},
  year={1998}
}
Abstract Atlantic salmon ( Salmo salar ) parr were subjected to acute handling stresses and growth-monitored for at least 30 days. In fish stressed twice daily, growth rate in weight was 61% lower than controls after 11 days (1.00 vs. 2.57% day −1 ) and over a 30 day period it was 50% lower than controls (1.53 vs. 3.07% day −1 ). In fish stressed once daily, growth rate was 18% lower than controls after 10 days (2.17 vs. 2.63% day −1 ) and over a 30-day period it was 34% lower than controls (1… CONTINUE READING

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