Stress Indicators in Fish

@inproceedings{Sopinka2016StressII,
  title={Stress Indicators in Fish},
  author={Natalie Sopinka and Michael Ryan Donaldson and Constance M. O’Connor and Cory David Suski and Steven J. Cooke},
  year={2016}
}
1. Why Do We Measure Stress? 2. Quantifying Stress 3. Specific Measures of Fish Stress 3.1. Cellular and Molecular Indicators 3.2. Primary and Secondary Physiological Indicators 3.3. Whole-Organism Indicators 4. Considerations for Measuring and Interpreting Stress 4.1. Interspecific Differences 4.2. Intraspecific Differences 4.3. Context-Specific Differences 4.4. Stressor Severity 4.5. Field Versus Laboratory 4.6. Temporal Aspects 5. From Individual Indicators to Ecosystem Health 6. Stress… CONTINUE READING
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