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Cortisol and the immune system of juvenile Pacific salmon during stress and development

Alec G. Maule

Cortisol and the immune system of juvenile Pacific salmon during stress and development

by Alec G. Maule

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pacific salmon -- Immunology.,
  • Glucocorticoids.

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    Statementby Alec G. Maule.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination177 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages177
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15528606M

    This guide was written and compiled by top fisheries biologists from government and industry who wanted to make available a simple, easy-to-use system for identifying 10 of the most common species of juvenile salmon, trout and char in the field/5(10). immune system radar for extended periods until conditions are suitable to emerge and produce an active infection. This trick works just fine with both eggs and sperm. Fortunately, while there is at least one very important herpesvirus of Pacific salmon, this virus (OMV) is not present in the Pacific .

      This paper describes and evaluates the mortality associated with the potential stressor effect induced by application of artificial photoperiods in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). After application of artificial photoperiods, high mortalities of trout subjected to this management were recorded (36% in LD and 25% in LD ) as compared to controls (7%).Cited by: 9.   During his doctoral thesis, Erlend Haugarvoll discovered new aspects of the salmon immune system. His research looked at the immune cells in the gills of salmon and at immune responses to vaccination.

    Pacific salmon. Highly elevated cortisol levels mediate the post-spawning death of semelparous Oncorhynchus Pacific salmon by causing tissue degeneration, suppressing the immune system, and impairing various homeostatic mechanisms. After swimming for such a long distance, salmon expend all of their energy on reproduction. Effects of thermal acclimation on physiological responses to handling stress,cortisol and aldosterone injections in the goldfish, Carassius m. Physiol. 44A Wedemeyer, G. Some physiological consequences of handling stress in the juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus Kisutch) and steelhead trout (Salmo gairdneri). J. Fish.


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Cortisol and the immune system of juvenile Pacific salmon during stress and development by Alec G. Maule Download PDF EPUB FB2

Plasma concentrations of cortisol, a glucocorticoid hormone that is immunosuppressive in mammals, increase during stress and smoltification of salmonids. There was a reduction in the ability of lymphocytes to generate antibody producing cells (APC) in vivo concurrent with increased plasma cortisol titers during smoltification of coho salmon (Oncorhvnchus kisutch).Cited by: 1.

Cortisol and the Immune System of Juvenile Pacific Salmon During Stress and Development by Alec G. Maule A THESIS submitted to Oregon State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Completed Ap Commencement June Graduation date: Plasma concentrations of cortisol, a glucocorticoid hormone that\ud is immunosuppressive in mammals, increase during stress and\ud smoltification of salmonids.

There was a reduction in the ability of\ud lymphocytes to generate antibody producing cells (APC) in vivo\ud concurrent with increased plasma cortisol titers during smoltification\ud of coho salmon. Cortisol and the immune system of juvenile Pacific salmon during stress and devel opment.

Doctoral dissertation, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. Maule, A. G., and Schreck, C. () Stress and cortisol affect distribution of leukocytes in juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch).Cited by: A suppressive effect of cortisol on LPS mitogenesis was demonstrated on peripheral blood cells from Atlantic salmon (Salmo salarL.)in vitro, and the suppression was dose and time dependent.

When cortisol was injected intraperitoneally into fish, there was a rapid increase in the level of cortisol in the blood which was, however, effectively cleared from the circulation within a few by: Cortisol and its effects on plasma thyroid hormones and electrolyte concentrations in fresh waster during seawater acclimation in yearling coho salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch Gen.

Cortisol and the immune system of juvenile pacific salmon during stress and development. It is generally considered that stress causes decreased immune function in fish. In this study we examined in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar Linnaeus) the effects of both short- (a single 15 s out of water) and long-term (4 weeks of daily handling 15 s.

We examined the effects of acute stress and cortisol treatment on the number of leukocytes (normalized for fish body weight) in the blood, thymus, spleen, and anterior kidney of juvenile coho. The cortisol-mediated stress response appears to be consistently lower in hatchery-reared salmon than in their naturally reared counterparts.

Although, hatchery and wild salmon often have similar. The stress onset may have caused his cortisol levels to rise, suppressing his immune system. In its weakened state, he may have been exposed to a variety of pathogens, which were then able to enter and proliferate within his body.

The popular use of synthetic derivatives of cortisol, which differ greatly from the natural hormone in strength, and the dynamic nature of the normal adrenocortical response, which varies with the degree of stress being experienced, have contributed to the by:   Kelts – individuals of anadromous fish species which have successfully spawned and may return to sea to repeat the cycle – are perhaps the least studied life stage of iteroparous fish by: 6.

Li and J. Leatherland, The interaction between maternal stress and the ontogeny of the innate immune system during teleost embryogenesis: implications for aquaculture practice, Journal of Fish Biology, 81, 6, (), ().Cited by: K Kubokawa, T Watanabe, M Yoshioka and M Iwata, Effects of acute stress on plasma cortisol, sex steroid hormone and glucose levels in male and female sockeye salmon during the breeding season, Aquaculture, /S(98), (), ().Cited by:   Basal levels of plasma cortisol in unstressed salmonid fish are normally in the range 0–5 ng ml−1.

An acute stress such as handling or 1 h confinement caused a temporary elevation of the plasma cortisol levels of both brown trout,Salmo trutta L., and rainbow trout,Salmo gairdneri Richardson, in the range 40– ng ml−1 with a return to basal levels within 24–48 by: To determine whether early rearing environment and parental breeding strategy affect the social behaviour and the endocrine response to stressors in juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha), offspring (1–2 g) from traditional hatchery breeding or parental mate choice breeding were reared in a hatchery setting or in seminatural by: 4.

Although the activation of the HPA axis during sexual maturation of Pacific salmon is similar to the axis activation during stress, the high levels of cortisol in salmon could be genetically programmed and not related to exposure to stressors (Dickhoff, ).Cited by:   Homing with high fidelity to natal spawning grounds for reproduction is a hallmark of anadromous Pacific salmon biology, although low rates of dispersal (‘straying’) also occurs.

Currently little is known about the proximate factors influencing straying, which limits our understanding of this fundamental biological phenomenon and impedes options for reducing straying-mediated interactions Author: Casey J. McConnell, Shannon Atkinson, Dion Oxman, Peter A. Westley.

Koestan Gadan has studied the consequences of stress on the innate immune defence system of the salmon and how it makes the fish more susceptible to disease. Natural infection induced immune response against salmonid alphavirus in farmed salmon Abstract: Pancreas disease (PD) is one of the most serious infectious diseases of salmon caused by salmonid alphavirus (SAV), and can be transmitted over distance in marine : Yanran Cao, Stene Anne, Lars Christian Gansel, Stig Atle Tuene, Grete Hansen Aas, Anne Synnove Rosvi.

For Pacific salmon, this technique has been used to identify new and endemic pathogens in British Columbia’s adult (Bass et al. ) and juvenile salmon (Tucker et al. ) and to identify pathogenic microbes that influence migratory survival of juvenile salmon (Jeffries et al.

) and demonstrate links between host transcriptional.Cortisol affects the immune system [27,28], energy metabolism [29,30], development of extracellular matrix and histogenesis, haematological features, proliferation and differentiation of gill epithelium cells and acid-base status and hydromineral balance [26,34].

Cortisol plasma level is commonly used as a marker of acute stress in by: Juvenile Salmonid and Small Fish Identification Aid ADF&G Habitat & Restoration Division Version Ma Compiled by Ed Weiss This aid was developed to assist staff in the field identification of juvenile salmonids and other small fishes commonly caught during field sampling of File Size: 5MB.