Skeletal anomalies in reared European fish larvae and juveniles. Part 1: normal and anomalous skeletogenic processes

@article{Boglione2013SkeletalAI,
  title={Skeletal anomalies in reared European fish larvae and juveniles. Part 1: normal and anomalous skeletogenic processes},
  author={Clara Boglione and Paulo J Gavaia and Giorgos Koumoundouros and Enric Gisbert and Mari Moren and St{\'e}phanie Fontagn{\'e} and Paul Eckhard Witten},
  journal={Reviews in Aquaculture},
  year={2013},
  volume={5}
}
This critical review summarizes the knowledge about fish skeletal tissues and inherent normal and anomalous development. Particular emphasis is given to existing literature on reared European fishes. The aim was to identify the main gaps of knowledge that require to be filled, in order to precociously identify anomalous developmental patterns that lead to skeletal anomalies in reared finfish larvae and juveniles. The review also aims to extend our knowledge about the factors that are possibly… Expand

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