Live chilling of turbot and subsequent effect on behaviour, muscle stiffness, muscle quality, blood gases and chemistry
Contributor(s):: Roth, B., Imsland, A. K., Foss, A.
During the commercial slaughter of farmed turbot (Scophthalmus maximus), a total of 67 fish were, on six occasions, removed from their rearing conditions at 14 degrees C and put, as is standard commercial practice, into chilled seawater (-1.5 to -0.8 degrees C) to monitor behavioural, muscular,...
Methods used to kill fish: field observations and literature reviewed
Contributor(s):: Robb, D. H. F., Kestin, S. C.
The effect of substrate availability on behavioural and physiological indicators of welfare in the African cichlid ( Oreochromis mossambicus )
Contributor(s):: Galhardo, L., Correia, J., Oliveira, R. F.
Male African cichlids (Oreochromis mossambicus) establish territories on the substrate upon which spawning pits are dug, thus attracting females. The substrate, therefore, plays a very significant role in its lifecycle. The effects of substrate access on behaviour and physiology in captivity were...
Flathead mullet and its status of exception in Moorish society (Mauritania) game for Imragen fishermen, meat for pastoralists
Contributor(s):: Boulay, Sebastien
The Ilama and the deer: dietary and symbolic dualism in the central Andes
Contributor(s):: Goepfert, Nicolas
Animal-assisted therapy: the human-animal bond
Contributor(s):: Cole, K. M., Gawlinski, A.
Human-animal interaction - the place of the companion animal in society
Contributor(s):: Godfrey, A.