Some Contributions to Knowledge of Stress Response in Innovative Species with Particular Focus on the Use of the Anaesthetics

@inproceedings{Maricchiolo2011SomeCT,
  title={Some Contributions to Knowledge of Stress Response in Innovative Species with Particular Focus on the Use of the Anaesthetics},
  author={G Maricchiolo and Lucrezia Genovese},
  year={2011}
}
This study investigated some aspects of stress research, including, also, the effects of chemical anaesthesia, in two important species for diversification in aquaculture, blackspot seabream, Pagellus bogaraveo and greater amberjack, Seriola dumerilii. The first part of the research (trial 1 and 2) was designed to determine the efficacy of clove oil as an anaesthetic alternative to MS-222. In trial 1, the minimum concentration of anaesthetic producing the total loss of muscular tone within 3… CONTINUE READING

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