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Vol. 40, No. 4 



1995 



Contents 

Fisheries Review News- List Issue '" 

AQUATIC PLANTS AND THEIR CONTROL ' 

CULTURE AND PROPAGATION 

General Fish Culture 

Trout and Salmon Culture 

Other Anadromous Species Culture '" 

Warmwalor Culture 

Mariculture - 

Feeds, Feeding, and Nutrition ';; 

Transporting Fish 

Aquariums _ 

Miscellaneous Culture Techniques and Equipment 

LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY 29 

29 
General -,,, 

Benlhos 

MORPHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, GENETICS AND BEHAVIOR 

Physiology ;-,: M, 

Genetics, Variation Studies and Hybridization 

Behavior 

NATURAL HISTORY 

Life History-General Works 

Population Studies, Production, Recruitment, etc ^ 

Spawning Habits And Movements, Fecundity, etc 

Movements, Seasonal And Depth Distribution, etc j 

Foods/Feeding ~ 

Age and Growth _- 

Geographical Distribution, Fish Surveys, etc " 

Abundance, Factors of; Survival and Mortality JJJJ 

Identification, Keys, Classification 1W 

PARASITES AND DISEASES 

. 105 

General 110 

Bacterial Diseases ! 

Fungal Diseases , 

Protozoan Diseases J26 

Viral Diseases 1 , 

Other Diseases and Parasites '" 

POLLUTION AND TOXICOLOGY 

139 
Pollulion 

Fish Kills 4 

Toxicology; Bioassays 

RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT 

General If0 

Administration and Planning 1DU 



H<il)it.it Alterations 

Harvest, (iiM'ICi'iiMh, i'li . 

({ebullitions 

fish Control anil Ri'inuv.il ... 

M.irkinf, iiinlTaiuiinn 

Slocking ;uul Inlrixluriiiiiis . . . 
Fishinp, liiw imlTi!i i l)nii|in ) s . 
ftirlilijMlinn of Soil ami Water , . . 

Fishways, fish l'iiss.i(jf.''lhi(ni(',h If, ., i<u 

M,illi<>in,ili(;s, Sliilistlc.il Mi'llimls, ,iiul Mini. 
Liik(< MiinagKMii'iil iind ({('stMtt I) . 
Rivor .Hid Stream M.maiii'im-nl ,ind KCMMU 
l.iirp,<> Impoundment MiUiatjciiirni ,1111! KCM- 
Ebtu.nry Miiriiij'.finii'nt ,ui(t UcSi'.iti li , . 
Miirini; M;iiiiiu(!iin'iit .mil KI-SIMM li . 

Utilization of lisluiiyl'miluch 

Misc. T(!clinl<|iies and i:<|iii|>mrni .... 

Reviews, Bil)llonr,i|jlili's, en: 

Walcrshui 
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GEOGRAPHICAL INDCX 

SUBJECT INDEX 

SYSTEMATIC INDEX , . 



SYMPOSIA INDEXED 
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FR 40(4) 



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AQUATIC PLANTS AND THEIR CONTROL 

95-007071 Eatles, Richard and Ed Sleinkoenig. AN EVALUATION OF AQUATIC VEGETATION CONTROL 
BY TR1PLOID GRASS CARP IN VIRGINIA PONDS. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: 
Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, J2-17 March 1 994. 
Harold L Schramm Ir. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5, p. 437-442. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Game & Inland Fish., 6530 Indian River Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23464] Ctenop/iaryngoc/on idetla and 
Micropterus salmoides.. 

95-007072 Groeneveld, David P. and Richard H. French. HYDRODYNAMIC CONTROL OF AN EMERGENT 
AQUATIC PLANT{SC/RPUS>\CUTUS) IN OPEN CHANNELS. Water Rescur.Bu//.3l(3):S05-514. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Resour. Manage. Consult,, Inc., P.O. Box 208, Bishop, CA 93514) 

95-007073 Paerl, Hans W. and Craig S. Tucker. ECOLOGY OF BLUE-GREEN ALGAE IN AQUACULTURE 
PONDS. I. World Aquacult. Soc. 26(2):1 09-1 31.1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Inst. Mar. Sci,, Univ. N.C. Chapel Hill, 3431 Arendell St., Morehead City 2B557] 

GENERAL FISH CULTURE 

95-007074 Aboulboul, Yossi; Roy Arviv and Janp van Rijn. ANAEROBIC TREATMENT OF INTENSIVE FISH 
CULTURE EFFLUENTS: VOLATILE FATTY ACID MEDIATED DENITRIFICATION. Aquacutlure 133(1):2t-32. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[van Rijn: Dep. Anim. Sci,, Fac. Agric., Hebrew Univ. Jerusalem, Rchovot 76100, Israel. fax:972-fl-465763; 
e-mail:vanru n@agri.huji.ac.il] 

95-007075 Ackefors, Hans; Jay V. Huner and Mark Konikoff. INTRODUCTION TO THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES 
OF AQUACULTURE. Food Prod Press (Haworth Press, Inc.) 172p. 1994, Available in $39.93 (clolh: ISBN 
1-56022-012-0) from Food Prod. Press, Haworth Press, 10 Alice St., Binghamton, NY 13904-1580. 
tel:800-342-9670; fax;607-722-6362. FR 40(4) 

[Div. Aqual. Ecol., Univ. Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden) 

95-007076 Al-Sahll, M. J, and S. M. Dass. AQUACULTURE IN SAUDI ARABIA. World Aquacult. 26(2):33-34. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Aquacult,, Minist. Aquacult. & Water, Riyadh-1 1 1 95, Saudi Arabia] 

95-007077 Armstrong, R. D. CANADIAN REGULATORY APPROVAL OF THERAPUETANTS FOR FOOD FISH 
TREATMENT. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, 
Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and fames R. Winton, organizers, p, W-23.3. 1 994. PR 40(4) 
[Salmon Health Consortium, 924 - 275 Slater St., Ottawa, ON, Canada] 

95-00707B Avault, James W., Jr. HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN COMMERCIAL AQUACULTURE Aquacult. 
Mag, 21(4):84-89, 1995. FR 40(4) 

|La, Slate Univ., Baton Rouge 70003] 

95-007079 Bado, ]. C. [DEFINITION OP THE QUALITY OF AQUATIC PRODUCTS FOR THE CONSUMER: 
IGGISLATION.t Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at t/ie fnternalionii/ Conference 
Bordeaux Aquacutlure '94,' Bordeaux, France, Match 23-25, t994. ). Muir and f. Sevila, compilers. F.ur. Aquacult. 
Soc. Spec. Pub/. No. 21. p. 331. 1994. In French, FR 40(4) 

[D.G.C.C.R.F. Cite Admin, Chasseloup Laubal, Ave. Porte Dauphine, BP 549, 17023 La Rochelle cedex, 
France] 

95-007080 Beveridge, M. C. M. and ). F. Muir. CONTROLLING AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS FOR 
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. Measures for Success; Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the 
International Conference "Bordeaux Aquactilture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. 1. Muir and f. Sevila, 
compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 20-21. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Inst. Aquacult,, Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-007081 Bolssavy, C. GEOTHERMAL AQUACULTURE IN E.E.C. Measures Measures for Success: Abstracts 
of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, trance, March 
23-25, J 994. /. Mufr and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacull Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 2 1 . p. 26-27. 1 994. FR 40(4) 
(Geolhcrrna S.A., Cent. Affaires Paris-Nord, "Le Continental" - BP 358, F-93153 Le Blanc-Mesnil, France] 

95-007082 Borja, A. and V. Valencia. [FOUR YEAR SURVEILLANCE, 1990-1 993, OF AQU ACULTURC WATER 
QUALITY IN THE BASQUE PROVINCES (SPAIN).] Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at 
the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1 994. 1. Mttir and F. 
Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacull Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21 . p. 38-39. 1 994. In French. FR 40(4) 
[AZTI-SIO, Av. Sntrustegul, B, 20008 San Sebastian, Spain] 

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95-007097 Frank, Robyn C, editor. U.S. AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION NETWORK NATIONAL 
CONFERENCE - 'RURAL INFORMATION AT THE CROSSROADS: ISSUES AND OPPORTUNITIES," AUBURN 
UNIVERSITY, AUBURN, ALABAMA, OCTOBER 28-30, 1 993 - SELECTED PAPERS. I. Agric. & Food Inf. 3(1 ):3-1 05. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

Selected papers indexed in Ihis issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-007098 Hussenot, ).; ).-!.. Martin; M. Feuillet-Girard and D. Gautier. [ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF 
SEDIMENTS IN AQUACULTURE USING FAST AND SIMPLE TECHNIQUES.) Measures (or Success; Abstracts of 
Contributions Presented at the International Conference 'Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 
23-25, 1994. A Muir and f. Sevila, compilers, F.ur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 47-48. 1994. In French. 
FR 40(4) 

|CenI. Rech, Ecol. Mar. & Aquacult. (CNRS-IFREMER), BP 5, 1 7137 L'Houmeau, France] 

95-007099 Josupeit, Helga. IMPACT OF AQUACULTURE PRODUCTION ON MARKET PRICES. MO 
Aquacult. News/. No. 9. p. 5-7. 1995. FR 40(4} 

|Rsh Utilization & Market. Serv., Inland Water Kesour. & Aquacult. Serv., Fish. Dep., Food & Agric, Organ. 
United Nations, Viale delle Termc Caracalla, Rome, 00100 Italy. tel:39-6-5225007; fax:39-6-610181; 
e-mail:39-6-52253020| Sparus auratus and Dicenlrarc/ws labrax, 

95-007100 Kamler, Cwa; Malgorzata Szlarninska and Ewa Urban-)czierska. REPRODUCTION AND EARLY 
DEVELOPMENT OF FISH: SUMMARY OF STUDIES CARRIED OUT AT THE DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGICAL 
BIOENERGETICS, INSTITUTE OF ECOLOGY, DZIEKANOW LESNY NEAR WARSAW, POLAND. Development, 
Growth and Rearing of Fish Larvae in Relation of Changing the Environmental Demands: Based on a Workshop al 
the Vlth Congress of European Ichthyologists, Budapest, Hungary, 15-19 August 1988. Ian W. M. Osse, fritz 
ScWemer, and Malgorzata Szlaminska, editors, Pol. Arch. Hydrobiot, 36(4):5 1 7-522. 1 909. FR 40(4} 

95-0071 01 Karl, Russell and N. M. l B nelzi. VISITOR INTERACTION WITH THE SEALIFE AQUARIUM. AAZPA 
(Am. Assoc. Zoo/, Parks Aquariums) Reg. Conf. Proc. p. 61 8-620. 1 993. FR 40(4) 
[Carnegie Sci. Cent., Pittsburgh, PA] 

95-007102 Kelly, I lam A.; Malcolm C. M. Bcveridge; Donald ]. Baird and James F. Muir, organizers. SPECIAL 
ISSUE' AQUACULTURE AND WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. PAPERS FROM AN INTERNATIONAL 
SYMPOSIUM HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING, 21-25 JUNE 1 994, Aquacult. Res. 26(B):5 1 3-616. 1 995. 
FR40(4) , , . 

[Inst. Aquacult., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] Individual papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries 
Review, 

95-0071 03 Krlshnalah, N. V.; M. S. Reddy and C. H. R. K. Murlhy. PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED BY THE FISH 
FARMERS IN THE SHORT DURATION TRAINING PROGRAMME IN ANDHRA PRADESH, Mysore/, Agric. Set. 
26(1):107-109. 1992, FR 40(4) 

95-0071 04 Kryvi, Makon. COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT IN NORWAY-LENKA AND ITS APPLICATIONS. 
Proceed/nys of the Canada-Norway Workshop on Enwronmenla/ Impacts ofAquaculture. A. Ervik, P. Kupka l-lanscn, 
and V. Wennevik, editors. Fiskcn Havct No. 13, p. 19-27. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Cty. Gov. Hordaland, Environ. Prot. Dep,, Walckendorfsgl. 6, N-5001 Bergen, Norway] 

95-0071 01 Lassanyl, Mary E. INFORMATION CENTERS OF THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY, U.S. 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. US. Agricultural Information Network National Conference - "Rural 
Information at t/ie Crossroads: Issues and Opportunities," Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, October 2B-30, 
1 993 -Selected Papers. Robyn C. Frank, editor. I. Agric. & Food Inf. 3(1):47-57. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Agric. Trade & Marketing Inf. Cent., Natl, Agric. Library, U.S, Dep. Agric,, 10301 Baltimore Blvd., Boltsville, 
MD 20705-2351] 

95-007106 Lecart, P. (LABELS AND CERTIFICATION OF PRODUCT CONFORMITY FOR AQUACULTURE 
PRODUCTS 1 Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at Jhe Int&national Conference 
"Bordeaux Aquaculturc '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1 994, 1. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. Fur. Aquacult. 
Soc. Spec. Pub/. No. 21. p. 336-337. 1994. In French. FR 40(4} 

[Cent. Dev. Certifications Qualites Agric. Aliment,, 9 Ave. Georges V, 75008 Paris, France] 

95-007107 liltved, H. and B. Landfald. USE OF ALTERNATIVE DISINFECTANTS, INDIVIDUALLY AND IN 
COMBINATION, IN AQUACULTURAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT. Spec/a/ Issue; Aquaculturc and Water 
Resource Management. Papers from an international Symposium Held at the University of Siir/mft 21-25 tune 
1991 Liam A. Kelty, Malcolm C. M. Beveridge, Donald /. Balrd, and lames F, Muir, organizers. Aquacult. Res. 
26(8):567-576. 1995, FR 40(4) 

[Akvapian-nlva AS, P.O. Box 735, N-9001 Tromso, Norway! 

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. Soc. 5pec. Publ. No. 21. p. 342-343. 1994. In French. FR 40(4) 

lAFNOR, Serv. "Qualile cte la Vie" Tour Europe, 92049 Paris Defense, France) 



?NPUTSTO A ffi^SS ri F r Z A a SF' C ' ark; N ' McLean and M - R ' Smilh - CONTROL OF PHOSPHORUS 
PaLSllnS K ^ KE:AC A 5 ^? UDY - 5 P e '^^:Aq U3 c^rea n d Water Resource Man^em^l. 

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,r ^ g ' o ? ' Ba " d ' anc//ames/: ' Wwr, organ/zera. Aquaculi Res. 26(8};527-53B. 1995. PR 40(4) 

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AQUACULTURE ENTERPRISES STILL CO WRONG - WHY IS 
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[Aquacutt. Cent., Vejlsoevej 51, 8600 Silkeborg, Denmark] 



FR 40W *"" 

[Fish Farming Exp. Lab, P.O. Box B60, Stuttgart, AR 72160) 

95-007112 Molt, Donald F. and Richard D. Flynt. EVALUATION 



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Eur. Aquaca/L Soc. Spec Publ No. 21. p. 108-109 1994 h French FR 40 4? '' ^ *' & ^ con " J ' fc '"- 

|Uni, 'Dunarea de ,os,- Dep. Aquacul, & Peche, ru, Do.neasca 47, 620aCa,a,i, Romania] 

THE Vhh CONCREsVoF EUROpSmrhS DEMANDS: BASIEO 

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ON A WORKSHOP AT THE Vhh CONCREsVoF EUROpSmrhS DEMANDS: BASIEO 

!M9AUCUST198^VmH ADDITIONAL PAPEIBONWR^^^ 

Hydmbiol. 36(4):433-522. 1989. FR 40(4) DEVELOPMENTALSTAGES OF FISH. Pol. Arch 

Individual papers indexed in this issue of Fishes Review. 

PRS^ CRITJCAL FACTOR ,N CONTROLLED 

Bordea.x^ac^e'gVBo^S^ ^l? * *e /nternatfona/ 

Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 187. ,994 FR <0(4> ' H/ Ml " r3nf/f - **"* w/rf*w. fur. 



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71-25 19M I Muir and F.Sevita, compilers. Eur. Aqvacult. Soc Spec. PuW. NO. Zl.p. 
[Sihoc ReYlnsl, Wrest Park, Silsoe, Bedfordshire MK45 4HS, England, 

95-007122 HCULTURElNDUSTRYINISRAE^^^^ 



motftr/x, and Oncorbynchus mykiss. 

.... . , - , irici.i n II Tl IRF IN 1 992 1 Riislit- kalatalouden tuiwmuslarios 

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Hdslnkt FHand. td:(90)624 211; fax:(90)631 5131 FR 40(4) 

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,5-007,25 SCOU, PI* C NEOTROP,CAL AQUACULTUUE SEARCHES FOR IDENTITY. A^cu!,. Ma, 



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, r AnilArULTURC IN ATLANTIC CANADA AND THE RESEARCH 

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, Bedford InsU Occa,,o 8 r., P.O. 



Box 1006, Dartmouth, NS, Canada] ,,.,,, f 

95-0071 27 Stoskopf, Michael K. SOU. AND SUBSTRATE ANALYSIS. In: fish Med/cfr*. Michacf *C SlosfcopC 
""SJJ *^$$U Species Med, Co,,. VoL Med. N.C. S. Univ., Raleigh 27607, 
95-007U8 S l0 skopf, Michael K. HOSPITAUZATION. In: Fbh Medfc/ne. Mtehae/ K. Siosfcopt cdftor. p. 98-1 1 2. 
1 "foS. Companion Ani m . * Special Specie, Med., Co,,. V,,. Med, N.C. Sta.e Univ., R** 27607, 
95-007129 Subasinghe, Rohana. D.SEASE CONTROL AND HEALTH MANAGEMENT IN AQUACULTURE. 
t- News/, No, 9. p. 8-1 1 1995 FR 40(4) Via[o (|fi||o Terme 



,5.007,30 Ti PP in 8 , !ack M. MEASURING FISH BV VIDEO IMAGE PROCESSING. * ft*Q 

ay N., 0, Vm pla, WA 9.50M0911 



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RonaW P Hedrfck and James R. Winton, organizers, p. W-23.2, 1994. FK 4U(4) 

[Cent. Vet. Lab,, Oslo, Norway) 

95-007132 Tucker,Crai e S.WATERANALYS,S. f n:p 1 M^d n e.M/cn ae ^.S,o S cd I to 
FR 40(4) [Miss. State Univ., Mississippi State 39762, 

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95-007137 Zilko Vljull.ni,. CIIIMICAI S IN A(JUA( 



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95-007147 de March, 0. C. E. AN EVALUATION OF THE IMPORTANCE OF WITHIN-FAMILY SELECTION 
FOR JUVENILE GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS IN ARCTIC CHAR. Prog. Fish-Cult. 57(3);1 92-1 98. 1 995, FR 40(4) 
[Freshwater Insl., Dep. Fish. & Oceans, 501 University Crescent, Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3T 2N6] Salvelimis 
alpinus. 

95-0071 48 Dickhoff, Walton W,; Brian R, Beckman; Donald A. Larsen; Conrad V. W. Mahnken; Carl B. Schreck; 
Cameron Sliarpe and Waldo S. Zaugg, QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF HATCHERY-REARED SPRING CHINOOK 
SALMON SMOLTS IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER BASIN, Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: 
Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1 994, 
Harold L Schramm IT. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 292-302. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(NMFS, Nothwest Fish. Sci. Cent., Coaslal Zone & Estuar. Studies Div., 2725 Montlake Blvd. E,, Seattle, WA 
981 12] Oncor/tync/ius tsnawytscna. 

95-007149 Doughty, C. R. and C. D. McPhail. MONITORING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS AND 
CONSENT COMPLIANCE OF FRESHWATER FISH FARMS. Special Issue: Aquaculture and Wafer Resource 
Management. Papers from an /ntcrnal/ona/ Symposium Held 31 the University of Stirling, 2 1-25 lune 1 994. l.iam 
A. Kelly, Malcolm C. M. Reveridge, Donald I. Baird, ant/ Barnes F. Muir, organizers. Aquacutt. RES. 26(8):557-565. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[Clyde River Purif. Board, Rivers House, Murray Rd., E. Kilbride, Glasgow G75 OLA, Scotland) 

95-007150 Dwyer, William I 1 , and Robb F. Leary. BROODSTOCK DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR THE FLUVIAL 
ARCTIC GRAYLING IN MONTANA. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of 
the Internationa! Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L 
Schramm Ir. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am, Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 570. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[4050 Bridgcr Canyon Rd., Bozcman, MT 59715) Tliymal/us arclicus. 

95-007151 Eikebrokk, B,; R. Piedrahita and Y. Ulgenes. RATES OF FISH WASTE PRODUCTION AND 
EFFLUENT DISCHARGE FROM A RECIRCULATING SYSTEM (BIOFISH) UNDER COMMERCIAL CONDITIONS, 
Special Issue: Aquaculture and Witter Resource Management. Papers from an hiternaf/ona/ Symposium Held at 
the University of Stirling, 2 1-25 lune 1 994. Ltam A. Kelly, Malcolm C. M. Beveridge, Donald I. Baird, and lames F. 
Muir, organizers, Aquacult. Res. 26(B):589-599. 1995. FR 40(4) 
(SINTEF NHL, N-7034 Trondheim, Norway] 

95-0071 52 Ewing, R. D. and S. K, Ewin B . REVIEW OF THE EFFECTS OF REARING DENSITY ON SURVIVAL 
TO ADULTHOOD FOR PACIFIC SALMON. Prog. Fish-Cult. 57(1):1-2S. 1995. FR 40(4} 

(Biotech Res. & Consult., Inc., 2340 S.E. Ryan St., Corvallis, OR 97333] Oncorhyndius klsulch and O. 
tshflwyisc/ia. 

95-0071 53 Ewinp, R. D.; D. V. Buchanan and M. Wade. EFFECTOF HATCHERY LIGHTING ON SMOLTINC, 
MIGRATION, AND SURVIVAL OF STEELHEAD. Prog. Fish-Cull. 57(1):70-77. 1995, FR 40(4) 
[Blolech Res. & Consult,, Inc., 2340 S.E, Ryan Si., Corvallis, OR 97333] Oficor/iynchus myWss. 

95-007154 Ezurc, Miitsuko. [A SUMMARY OF SALMON PROPAGATION IN JAPAN DURING THE 1993 
FISCAL YEAR.] Special Issue: Salmon and Environment of River. Hiroya Shimitu, organizer. Tech. Rep. Hokkaido 
Salmon Hatchery No. 1 64, p. 49-61 , 1 995. In Japanese 1 witli English summ. FR 40(<J) 

[Active Manage. Div,, Hokkaido Salmon Hatch., Fish, Agency Japan, 2-2 Nakanoshima,Toyolilra-kb, Sapporo 
062, Japan] Oncorhynchus nerkit, O. gor/nischa, O. /ceia, and O. mason. 

95-0071 55 Flags, Thomas A,; Desmond ]. Maynard; Sieve L. Schroder and Conrad V. W. Mahnken. NATURAL 
REARING TECHNOLOGIES TO PRODUCE WILD-LIKE SALMON FROM HATCHERIES. /Sa/mon Seminar 
Abstracts: 40th Salmon Seminar, November M, /994.J Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery. Tech. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon 
Hatchery No. 164. p. 70-71. 1995. In English and Japanese. FK 40(4) 
Oncorhynchus ishawytscha. 

95-0071 56 Flang Thomas A.; Conrad V. W. Mahnken and Keith A. Johnson. CAPTIVE BROODSTOCKS FOR 
RECOVERY OF SNAKE RIVER SOCKEYE SALMON. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: 
Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March J 994. 
Harold L Schramm jr. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 01-90. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[NMFS, Northwest Fisli. Sci. Cent., 2725 Montlnke Blvd. E,,Seallle,WA 9811 2) Oncorhync/iusner/ca in Idaho. 

95-0071 57 Forsbcra, Odd Inge. EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON GROWTH OF POST-SMOLT ATLANTIC 
SAIMON (SAIMO SAIAR L.) IN LAND-BASED FARMS. EVIDENCE OF A PHOTOPERIODIC INFLUENCE. 
Aquaculture 133(3,4}:235-248. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Rogaland Res., P.O. Box 2503, Ullandhaug, N-4004 Stavanger, Norway] 

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etePoM^H^^ 
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OF PHOSPHORUS IN FISH FARM EFFLUENTS 

enage, uonaia I. liaird, and lames F. Mwr, organizers. Aquacult Res, 26(8):607-616. 1995 FR 4014) " 
[Costello: Environ. Sci. Unit, Trinity Coll,, Dublin 2, Ireland] 

""** "* Aeency |apan - w 



MI [NMFS, Northwest Fish. Sci. Cent, Coastal Zone & Estuar. Studies Div., 2725 Montlake Blvd. E, Seattle, WA 



|Trout Unlimited, 1500 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22209) 

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(Wagner: Fish. Exp. Stn., Div. Wildl. Resour, 1465 W QSl 200 North, Logan, UT 8432 1 ] Oncorhynchus mykiss 
(Nail. Res. Inst. Aquacult. Nansei, Mie 5 1 6-01, Japan] Oncorhynchus /rasou Isltlkam and O. m masot; 



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Oncor/iync/ius myWss. 

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(Nail. Blot. Serv, Natl. Fish. R es . Cent,, P.O. Box 818, La Crosse, Wl 54602] OncorftyncAus myfe. 

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CH ' NOOK SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS 

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(OXYTETRACYCLINE) TREATMENT TO ALLEVIATE EXCESSIVE HOLDING MORTALITIES MS 

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[Univ. New Brunswick, P.O. Box 5050, Sainl John, NB, Canada E2L 4L5) Salmo salar, 

^T^ F r OI 2 ' NTA * E AND SUB *EQUENT GROWTH OF LARVAE OF 
L. Development, Growth and Rearing Q { Fish Larvae in Relation of Chuneine the 



Hvdobiol 36141 47fl< !?R^ c Vh 'I r tU ^'""^ ^ M ^' a 5zl am in S k S , editors. Pol. Arch. 
nyarotjiot. Jb(4).475-48'1. 1 989. In English with German summ. FR '10(4} 



. fcA "'"' '~ ' 

[N-6600 Sunnitalsora, Norway] Salmo sa/ar in Nonvay. 



P.O. 8ox 1 870 No,d nes , N.5024 B ergen , 






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gos, Casilla 933, Osorno, Chile) Oncorhynchus mykiss 

57|3);199-205.1995.FR(4) UtNSITIES DURING OXYGEN INJECTION. Prog. Fish-Cult. 

IFish. Exp. Sn., Di, Wildl. Resour , 1465 Wes, 200 Nor.h, Logan, UT 843211^^^, mykiss _ 
OTHER ANADROMOUS SPECIES CULTURE 

%^^ MORTALITY RATES OF LARVAL 

fins.. Ecosyst. Studies, Box A6, Millbrook, NY 12545J SALINtm Eslttaries ] 8 (2):335-340. 1 995. FR 40(4) 




AL 36849) 
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WARMWATCR CULTURE (Continued) 

9!i-007M)5 Itiikcr, Mrt'h;n>l C. USING INmiKAill) CIS T( )OI S COR AQUAl'tU limi. /Viirmft/w nf .in 
Inlwnntlmwl Wwkshniton liwuiiit'int'itt* 1'nr //jt<'|jMli>)/< I'rojiM/j/i/'r/iifiiim.ifi'im .syucms, ,-M/r'Jjfiuiy /'*).;, M>M' 
Or/iwis, ( (HH's/,1/1,1. Miwfnut I'Mw-i, DaviilK, Mcimv, ;iw//,im<-s /(Jo/union, nWfm.v |i, I 1 A 1'1'M, Ali'.lr.n I only. 



, ll.iiicrji'o, K. K.; S. K. S.ilm; 1'. K. Sl'ii ,in<l K, V, Siiiiiv.is.in. l( OKKill'AI MUIHIS ON IOWN 
RLKJSI: IN MM CONKXI 1 OP CNVIW >NMINTAl I'UlUIIUJN ADAM MINI AND I ISI I I'KOI MM I ION / 
litl.ttnl I ish. .Voc. /fii//,r i\('J.};l<\-;\(\. p)mi. in .|()(.|) 



.."''^ ..... .liN(.inwiu;in 

MIIIMN(.()MM()N(Am'(f.WWM/,'i<V\m)|.)IAIiVAI M D AKIIMl IAI Mil IS. 
i ' 'w!!''l' ' rif/ "" f/ '' s ''''' WW(1 ''' w<1 '''' ) ''^''i 1 inK/HHf/i l 'Jf I v/p(i'iii.i//>,., ) i.tH(y RrM-/i.i. 
l/ic V/f/r (cij[W'ssnMwi>/M'.in /i/il/iyiihi([h(v /HH/.I/II'\I, (hiK,Hj'. J'.-1'i .-\i W( v| I'l/lll /., U' 
-j j.im/M,l/ft(ir/ ( il.t.SW 1 ri/HsUii/rtiirv/ l riM(. h. I iytiiohinl. Ki(4):SlM.<i K) 1'Hl'l. In Inni 



l HcvcililHt., M. C. M,; A. W,ili,ili ,iiul S, iK'W.in. 1 1 1 K I.', ()| |),-\IIY HAIW 
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Hifiwn, (ii'dim- c, .mil !ii,. v ,-M i, Miinv SK )|;AI;I, IUANSMC IHIAIH ihj AMI i UDMI irv < .1 
uNi)H.mi;i)ANi)i)ri.u]i.iii'Ai)uiMisiiMiir./v,. imt,n W/I ; M ( !'I p'n M! in-iY " lllllll> ol 

[l>cp. /mil. AGt'iici., Idvv.iSl.ili'lliiK'., AniC'i MUM 1 1 1'titymlun yuilitil.i.' 

', JcmillVr I .'O. Mil >l< Hil( Al 1 11 IKAIK IN I OIJ ( IKNAMINIAl I IM I l'l II )| t< II, JN \N( ( 
".IOIAI. AMMONIA NltKOtil.N ANDNIIKMI RIMOVAI HAMS \\\ if,,.,,,. t i nh a,, 

X,/J l i^A!f?f'^^^ MN<: UK I'HI 

lldllDINSIIV t III ItlfiUII MtAKI'IOOim AIIIMld MM 
I'K.. I'l'l.'i. |R.|()(<1) 

K., R.Niil Alilk.i.uc. Univ., IVO, HMO ',,M. Aui t.l,i,,J r ,,l. ,',im, ' I, ^ f , ( , , 

I'lM'ld; c uulhjlttilnttl r.iii..u />\\ 

MnMum.'i'.u'V'l''!' '* "'''''' l 'l'lt t iONM HIM I ( il sumiMINMItV 
ll'!'l Pmi I ? "" <tMMW|ltANI>SllHvlv At (M f^M/'-U^MI(iV ( 

C'Mitc, Iliinii.^VVi-.l.y. CKdVVMM 11 VIIIOVVI'IKi 1 1 /mi Mt\\'l\l I WM \s A 1 1 ^-. n. IM 

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95-007209 Francis-Floyd, R.; ). Cildae and P. Reed. USE OF BAYER 73 (RAVI I isnnn rn rnwreni 

S?c ( S^^ 

o^Sr^^ 

[Dep. Large Anim. Clin. Sci. & Dep. Fish. & Aquat. Sci., Univ. Fk, Gainesville 3261 1 1 



,,:-,; ? u ' h and |erome V ' Shireman. REPRODUCTION OF FRESHWATER TROPICAL 
FISHES. I "UHLAL 



' . 

e. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 554-558. 1 993. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Large Anim. Clin. Sci. & Dep. Fish. & Aquacult., Univ. Fla, Gainesville 3261 1 ] 

38776] 



95-007212 Goven-Dixon, Beverly A. CARP, KOI AND GDI DFKH RFPPnni irnnki i r- L u ,- . 
MJtteeJ K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 470-473. 1 993. FR 40(4) L ' ULDFISH REPR ODUCTION. /n: Fish Medrane. 

|Dep. Biol. Sci., Calif. State Univ., Hayward 945421 Carasrtij a^atus and Cyprinw 






, and 



AND NATURAL H.5TORV. 
[Nail. Aquarium, Baltimore, MD] Cypriws carpio and Carats auralus 






iilapia shiiana and 7. fenda///. ' 

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[Dep. Zool, Univ. Kalyani, Kalyani-74 1 235, Wesi Bengal, India) n/ 



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IFAOPnlandWalerResow.&Aquacull Se^ Mart JI.T. V? ,, 
and Oanas <;a/;ep u! . ' "' ^ Vla * lle Teme * c >"^, 00100 Rome, lialyl Hap/a ra 

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Tw^ 

Cypnnus ca,p,o, Tinea tinea, Hypophthalmichthys molMx, and Qenopharyngodon idetb 
MO^ITY ^^^'^ S ^^M FACTORS RESULT.NG ,N F,SH 

3Ai (Un, V . Quebec Rimouski (U.Q.A.R.), Dep. Oceanogr, 300, allee d cs Ursulines, Rimauski, PQ, Canada G5L 



[Dep. Agric. Eng., Nail. Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan] 

^X 
Natl . Blol . Serv ., p.o. 



(Lab. Fish Demogr. & Aquacull., Univ, Liege, 10 Chemln Justice,' B-4500 Tihange, Belgium) 

'"'' ' Mf ' Ho( 



FUTURE 

Agric., Fish. Dcp., Hakirya, Tel Aviv, Israel] Tlla'pia. 

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WARMWATER CULTURE (Continued) 

95-007234 Opuszynski, Karol and Jerome V. Shireman, HERBIVOROUS FISHES: CULTURE AND USE FOR 
WEED MANAGEMENT. CRC Press 223p. 1995. Available ai $159.95 (cloth: ISBN 0-8493-4988-5) from CRC 
Press, Inc., 2000 Corporate Blvd., N.W., Boca Ralon, FL 33431-9868. tel:40 7-99 4-05 55. FR 40(4) 

IDep Fish. & Aquai. Sci, Inst. Food & Agric. Sci., Univ. Fla., Gainesville 32601 1 Cfenop/ia/wigodon idelia, 
Hypopnf/ialmicmrtys moliirix, and H, nobilis. 



r,m T ,r r Pa J,V^, N - ; A ' K - Gosh; V ' GQ Palakrishnan; S. K. Saha and S. K. Mondal. STUDIES ON THE 
POSSIBILITIES OF CULTURING AIR-BREATHING FISHES IN JUTE-RETTING WATERS. Ptoc. Wat/. Symp. Fish & 
Environ. 1986:148-154, 1986, FR40(4) 

Cibelion catla, Labeo rohita, Orrhinus mrigala, Cnanna punctala, Heferopneustes fossllls, and Anabzi 
teslut/meusin India. 

l^Sl,:?,^!:^"' S ' ; Pl Kumarlah and v - K. Murugesan. CULTURE OF MACUR, CLARIAS 
BAJRACHUS (LINNAEUS) IN EARTHEN PONDS J. Inland Fish. Soc. India 19(2):69-72. 1987. FR 40(4) 



^PRODUCTION OF MONOSEX PROGENY OF THE TILAPIA, OKEOCHROMIS 

C n BY NTECRAT| NG HORMONAL SEX REVERSAL AND SELECTIVE BREEDING 

TECHNIQUES. Mysore I. Agnc. Sci. 25(3):396-397. 1991. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 



nV?YF 2 AS r [pplw^ nn SiiS EF n F ^ CT F WATER REC| RCULATION ON THE REARING CONDITIONS 
?R404 RCARP1NCLOSEDSYSTEM - Po '^^ Hydrofafo/. 38(1 ):1 35-1 50. 1991. In English with Polish su mm. 



R40|4 

Cyprinus carpio. 



R^t? ?S a Bri ?Fff M -, ant l r C r' en ^ r M ! nl(ki " en - AMERICAN SHAD HANDLING, REARING, AND 
nrf WnSn h S ^ CuhU ' ed F '? he * in Aqmic fcos ^.' Proceedings of the totematfonaf 
sod Wmkshop held in Albuquerque. New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L Harold L Schramm 
If. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 557-559. 1995 FR 40(4) Knramro 

IDep. Nat. Resour., 580 Taylor Ave., Annapolis, MD 21 401) Alosa sapidisslma in Maryland. 
95-007240 Rowland, Stuart ).; Geoff L Allan; Kevin Clark; Matthew Hollis and Trevor Ponllfpx 

AT 



. 

|New SoulH Wales Fish., East. Freshwater Fish Res. Hatchery, Crafton, N.S.W. 2460, Australia] 



Bl " IRAPON,DA E , ,N PONDS 
[New Soulh Wales Fish,, Graflon RDS. Cent., PMB 3, Crafton, N.S.W. 2460, Australia] 



Wales Fhh - " 0n ' --" uslra ^ Bkanu anus in 



IDep. fiih. & Allied Aquacult, Agric. Exp. S.n., Aub.rn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849) /c(a/im punctatus 

S^^S^^ J. SmUn. 

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IDep. Aquacult, Fish. A Wild, Clernson Univ., Clemson, SC 29634) Morone chrysops x M. , ajatfto 

IBcyd: De, Rsh . , AW A, U ,c U l, A g ,i, Exp. S,,, Auburn Univ., Auto* AL 36849, fa*, pmclallls 

^TURAL AND ART, F ,C,AL 



v., P.O. Box 6133, Kai h ma ndu, Nepal') Tor kiudree in Nepal. 
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WARMWATER CULTURE (Continued) 

95-007247 Singh, B. K.; P. L. N. Rao and D. D. Palil. A NOTE ON SEED PRODUCTION OF INDIAN MAJOR 
CARPS THROUGH HYPOPHYSATION AT HADAPSAR FISH SEED FARM, PUNE, MAHARASHTRA. ;. Inland 
Fish. Soc. India 1 8(2):73-75. 1 986. FR 40(4) 

Cibelion cat/a, Labeo rohiia, and Cirrhinus mrigala in India. 

95-007248 Siraj, S, S.; Y. K. Law; S. H. Cheah and K. J. Ang. INDUCED TRIPLOIDY IN WALKING CATFISH, 
ClARIAS BAJRACHUS BY WATER TEMPERATURE SHOCK, Malays. Appl. Biol. 2 1 (1 );65-69. 1 992. FR 40(4) 

95-007249 Slominska, I. and E. Gluchowska. QUALITY PARAMETERS OF COMMON CARP EGGS AND MILT. 
Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture 
'94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. /. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacttlt. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 
21. p. 168-169. 1994. FR 40(4) 

JDep. Anim. PhysioL, Agric. Pedagogical Univ., ul Prusa 12, 08-1 10 Siedlce, Poland] Cyprimis carpio. 

95-007250 Smith, B.J.jCJ. PfeifferandS. A, Smith. EFFECTS OF A RECIRCULATING AQUACULTURE SYSTEM 
ON GILL MORPHOLOGY OF HYBRID STRIPED BASS (MORONE SAXAT1LIS X M. CHRYSOPS). International 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4-B, J994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-91. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Biomed. Sci., Va.-Md. Reg. Coll. Vet. Med,, VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061] 

95-007251 Smith, Stephen J. THE TEMPERATE ZONE: GOLDEN PRAISE FOR TENCH, Trap. Fish Hobbyist 
43(12):122-12G. 1995. FR 40(4) 
Tinea l/nca. 

95-007252 Sosnowska, fozefa. THE EFFECT OF LIMING OF FISH PONDS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF 
PHYTOPLANKTON. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 37(4):479-494. 1990. In English with Polish surom. FR 40(4) 

95-007253 Stickley, Allen R., )r.; James F. Glahn; Junior O. King and D, Tommy King. IMPACT OF GREAT BLUE 
HERON DEPREDATIONS ON CHANNEL CATFISH FARMS. / World Aquacult. Soc. 2G(2);194-199. 1995. 
FR 40(4) 

|Glahn: U.S. Dep. Agric, APHIS, Denver Witdl. Res. Cent., Res. Sin., P.O. Drawer 6099, Mississippi State, 
MS 39762-6099) Ictalurus punctatus, Dorosoma cepedianum, iepomis cyanellus, Cyprinus carpio, and Gambusia 
affinis in Mississippi. 

95-007254 Sloskopf, Michael K. ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS, AND DISEASES OF CARP, KOI, AND 
GOLDFISH. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 454-4Crl. 1993. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med,, Coll. Vet. Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607] Carassius 
auratus and Cyprimis carpio. 

95-007255 Tave, Douglas. IMPROVING BODY SHAPE IN COMMON CARP BY SELECTION. Aquacult. Mag. 
21(4):90-92. 1995. FR 40(4) 
Cyprimis carpio. 

95-007256 Tidwell, lames H.; Steven D. Mims; Carl D. Webster and Julia A. Clark. EFFECTS OF DIRECT 
STOCKING AND HATCHERY FEEDING ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF CHANNEL CATFISH SWIM-UP 
FRY./, Appl. Aquacult. 5(1):61-68. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Community Res. Serv., Aquacult. Res. Cent., Ky. Stale Univ., Frankfort 40601 1 Ictalurus punctatus. 

95-007257 Wattley, Jack, THE SECRETS OF BREEDING DISCUS. Trap. Fish Hobbyist 44(11:1 95-210. 1991 
FR 40(4) 

Symphysodon. 

95-007258 Woods, L. Curry, HI; Christopher C. Kohler; Robert J. Sheehan and Craig V. Sullivan. VOLITIONAI 
TANK SPAWNING OF FEMALE STRIPED BASS WITH MALE WHITE BASS PRODUCES HYBRID OFFSPRING. 
Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 124(4):628-632. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Crane Aquacull. Fac., Dep. Anim. Sci., Univ. Md, P.O. Box 1 475, Baltimore 2 1 203] Morane saxati/is, M. 
chrysops, and their hybrid, 

95-007259 Wynne, Forrest. OUTLOOK FOR THE CULTURE OF MUSKELLUNCE, NORTHERN PIKE AND 
CHAIN PICKEREL IN KENTUCKY, USA. World Aquacult. 26(2):41-44. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Coop. Ext. Program, Ky. State Univ., P.O. Box 3327, West Somerset, 42564-3327. tel:606-679-2090] Esox 
masquinongy, E. tucius, and E nlger. 



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FR4<}(4) '' Mt " ranc/F - Sew ' 3 ' com P'^. fur. Aquacuft. Soc. Spec. Pub/. No. 21. p. 139-140. 1994. 

[1st. Zool., Via Archirafi, 1 8-901 23 Palermo, Italy] 



' f-^.j. i_f< j-iLfuLUiu JUL, JI 

[Oep. Fish. & Mar. Biol., Univ. Bergen, 5020 Bergen, Norway] 



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[Mar. Sci. Dep, Univ. Kebangsaan Malaysia, Sabah Campus, 88996 Ko.a Kinabalu Sabah, Malaysia] 



PART.CULATE MATERIALS IN 

133i3,4):21 5-224.1 995 FR 40(4) MX) PRODIJ CTION SYSTEM. Aquacultwe 

[Ub. MEREA, S .n. Exp. & Aquac.1, IFREMER, CIE Rech. Aquacole, 34250 Pa,ava,le,FI Ot s, France] 

S^FOR^IS^^^^^ 

WILDPOPUIATIONS ^ea S ,'L? 0rSu c^ WSRAX): HATCHERY AND 

Sordeaux^wcuftuie^'BoHtaulfa^Sa^ 

Soc, Spec. Pub/. No. 2 1 . p. n 9-120 1 994 FR 40(4) 5ev ' /a ' com P'' ers - 

[Lab. Ecol. Sp.rim e n,ale & Acquacul^Dlp. Oiol., Univ. Tor Verga.a, 001 33 Rome, Italy] 



OF PRODUCT.VE 

ea ,9 ctt of Conirfbutfons 

^ w _^ acu; ^^ 

JKOS10N OF THREE METHODS FOR 

of Comfc fJfe S ^.S^T 5Mfi .^ j^^ Weas Ure s for 

Burden France. March 23-25, 1994 / Muirand F Iw/f rS Co c ^ er ^ ce 'Stw/eaiw /(quacu/hire ' S4 / 
p- 106-107. 1994. FR40M) 5ew/4 com P''^- fw 4 9 uacu/t Soc Spec. Pub/. No 21 

IS., Aquacuh. Exp. (FREMER, Chemin dec. Ma g u e ,one, 34250 Palavas les Flors France] 

S^T^^^ 

OF O, DISTRIBUTION AND FAILURES. ^S^^^^^5^ M 7^ ^^^^^ 
e 'Bo^ W A^uhure '94'BordSul F. ranee, ZS-^fTS."^ 5 P ' eSen((?C/ a( fhe 
yt 5oc. Spec. Publ. No. 21 . p IB 1 9 ^4 FR40M) * 3 ' 25 ' ' 994 ' '' Muir anci F - Mb 
. A.uac,, ,F, E ME R , 



M F EL^ JJ^W CONTROL 

on HL ? NTS ' Meajures for Success: 

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(Un, Ste | Udin, , S , Econ. Organ. 
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labrax, Sparus auratus, and 

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95-007270 El-Sayed, Abdel-Fattah M.; Kamal A. Mostafa; Jassim S. AI-Mohammadi; Abdel-Aziz EI-Dehaimi and 
Mohammed Kayid, EFFECTS OF STOCKING DENSITY AND FEEDING LEVELS ON GROWTH RATES AND FEED 
UTILIZATION OF RABBITFISH SICANUS CANALICULA7US. I. World Aquacult. Sac. 26{2):212-216. 1995. 
FR 40(4) 

[Oceanogr, Dep,, Fac. Sci., Univ. Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt] 

95-007271 Fermin, A. C.; Ma. E. C. Bolivar; G. A. Seronay and S. B. Balad-on. SEA BASS, MTE5 CALCARIFER 
(BLOCK), NURSERY IN ILLUMINATED SEA CAGES: GROWTH, SURVIVAL AND PREY CONSUMPTION. 
Measures (or Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture 
'94," Bordeaux, France, Match 23-25, 1994. /. Muir and F. Sevita, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Pub/. No. 
21. p. 197-199. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[SEAFDEC, Aquacult. Dep., Tigbauan 5021, Hollo, Philippines] 

95-007272 Francis-Floyd, Ruth. REPRODUCTION OF MARINE TROPICAL FISHES. In: Fish Medicine. Michael 
K. Stoskopt, editor, p, 628-634. 1993. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Large Anim. Clin. Sci. & Dep. Fish. & Aquacult., Univ. Fla., Gainesville 32611] Data for 52 families. 

95-007273 Garrelt, R. N. HATCHERY BREEDING OF MANGROVE JACK LUTIANUS ARGEN7IMACULA7US 
AND BARRAMUNDI MTfS CAICARIFER. Abstracts From the Australian Barramundi Farming Workshop, !7-f9 
August, J 994, Cairns, Australia. Queensland Department of Primary Industry, p. 1 6. 1 994. FR 40(4) 
(North. Fish. Cent., Queensland Dep. Primary Ind., Cairns, Qld. 4001, Australia] 

95-007274 Galesoupe, F. ]. EARLY ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF TURBOT LARVAE, SCOPHTHALMUS 
MAXIMUSL: BACTERIAL ASPECTS. Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International 
Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. \, Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. 
Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 124-125. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Unite Nutr. INRA/IFREMER, Cent. Brest, B.P. 70, F 29280 Plouzane, France] 

95-007275 Hakimzadeh, All. A BUSINESS PLAN FOR AN INDOOR, INTENSIVE, REC1RCULATING RED 
DRUM (SCIAENOPS OCELLA7US) FARM IN TEXAS. M.S. thesis, Simon Fraser Univ. (Canada) 72p. 1 993. From 
Masters Abstr. Int, 33{2):445. 1995. Order No. MAMM91 230. FR 40(4) 

95-007276 Hansen, Pia Kupka. BENTHIC IMPACT OF MARINE FISH FARMING. Proceedings of the 
Canada-Norway Workshop on Environmental Impacts of Aquaculture. A. Ervlk, P. Kupka Hansen, and V. Wennewfc, 
editors. Fisken Havet. No. 13. p. 77-81. 1994. FR 40(4) 

|lnst. Mar, Res., P.O. Box 1870 Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] 

95-007277 Harrell, Reginal M. and L. Curry Woods III. COMPARATIVE FATTY ACID COMPOSITION OF 
EGGS FROM DOMESTICATED AND WILD STRIPED BASS (MORONE SAXA7ILIS). Aquaculture 
133(3,4):225-233. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Univ. Md. Cent. Environ. & Estuar. Studies, Horn Point Environ. Lab., P.O. Box 775, Cambridge 21613] 

95-007278 Hemre, G.-L; A, Mangor-Jensen; G. Rosenlund; R. Wss&bo and O. Lie, EFFECT OF DIETARY 
CARBOHYDRATE ON GONADAL DEVELOPMENT IN BROODSTOCK COD, G-ADUS MORHUA I. Aquacult. 
Res, 26(6):399-40B. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Inst. Nulr., Dir, Fish., P.O. Box 185, N-5002 Bergen, Norway! 

95-007279 Henney, David C.; G. Joan Holt and Cecilia M. Riley. REGRCULATING-WATER SYSTEM FOR THE 
CULTURE Of MARINE TROPICAL FISH LARVAE. Prog. Fish-Cult. 57(3):21 9-225. 1 995. FR 40(4} 

[Tex. A&M Univ., 6300 Ocean Dr., Corpus Christi 7841 2] Sciaenops ocellatus, Equetus umbrosus, Bodiantts 
pulchellus, and Ocyurus chrysurus. 

95-007280 Hinton, Andrew. BIG FISH BIG PROFITS? -Abstracts From the Australian Barramundi Farming 
Workshop, (7-/S August, 1994, Cairns, Australia. Queensland Department of Primary Industry, p. 6-10. 1994. 
FR 40(4) 

(Queensland Dep. Primary Ind,, Mareeba, Qld., Australia] /.ales calcarifer in Australia. 

95-007281 Hogans, W. E. CAGE CULTURE OF STRIPED BASS IN MARINE WATERS OF THE LOWER BAY 
OF FUNDY. Prog. Fish-Cull. 56(4):255-257. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[All. Ref, Cent,, Huntsman Mar. Sci. Cent., St. Andrews, NB, Canada EOG 2X0] Morons saxalilis and Sa/rrto 
sa/arin Canada. 

95-007282 Jacobsen, Troels G. CONTROL, REGISTRATION AND SURVEILLANCE .IN RECYCLED 
LANDBASED FISH FARMS. Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International 
Conference "Bordeaux Aqtiaculltire "94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. /. Muir and F, Sevila, compilers. 
Eur. Aquacull. Soc. Spec. Pubt. No. 2 1 . p. 8-9. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Rogaland Res., Box 2503 Ullandhaug, N-4004 Stavanger, Norway] Dicentrarchus labrax in Denmark. 

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' AQUAFARMING IN COASTAL INDIA ' 



Mrr PaU l. Dl AN INTECRATED APPROACH TO AQUACULTURE SITE SELECTION AND 

MANAGEMENT Proceedings of the Canada-Norway Workshop on Environmental Impacts of AquacuHurc. A. 
tnik, I . Kupka Hansen, and V. Wennevik, editors. Fisken Have!. No. 13. p. 53-60. 1 994 FR 40(4} 



. . . . . . 

lAquaculL Coord Off., Dep. Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 550, Halifax, NS, Canada B3J 257. 
e-mail:pkeizer@biome.bio.dfo.ca| 



Mrw,o L n E ' MPACT F DISEA SES OF PEN.REARED SALMONIDS ON COASTAL 

MARINE ENVIRONMENTS Proceedings of the Canada-Norvva, Workshop on Environmental Impacts of 
Aquacuiiure. A. Ervik, P. Kupka Hansen, and V, Wennevik, editors. Fisken Havel. No 13 p 85-95 1994 FR 40(4) 
[Dcp. Fish. & Oceans, Biol. Sci. Branch, Pac. Biol. Sin., Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6] 



E<fwards ; N ' MacDougall and K. Black. INTERACTION OF CURRENTS, FISH 
EFARMINGREECE ^^ U resfo f S 1J cce5s:Ab S iraa5ofComr/b (J( /onsP^ ertt erf 

at the International Conference Bordeaux Aquacu/ture '94,' Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. / Muir and f. 

bevila, compiteis. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21 p 49-50 1994 FR 40(4) 

PA34 4AD ' Scolland ' S P art 



Mm FT 8 L inf rfS', n?T- MA , N ' PULAT ' ON OF OVARIAN DEVELOPMENT AND SPAWNING IN GREY 
MULLET, MUCIL CtPHALUS L Isr. J. Aquacull Bam;c/ge/i47(2):43-58. 1 995 FR 40(4) 
jlnst. F,sh. Sci., Nail. Taiwan Univ., 1 Roosevell Rd., Seel, 4, Taipei, Taiwan 106] 

95-007:288 Lazzari A. and M. DiBitelto. OFFSHORE CAGE FARMING IN SICILY Measures for Success' 

MaSM C ^ 

FR40(4) M 4f. Seviia, confers. ur . Aquacu/t Soc. Spec. Pufaf No. 21. p. 270-279. 1994. 



' OM Rome ' 






[F. S h, & Oceans, West Vancouver Lab., 4160 Marine Dr., West Vancouver, BC, Canada V7V 1N6] 
[Croupe Rech. /whlhewquaculr, Univ. Ca<lix, Con,plejo Gene. Mar, 1 1510 P.er.o Real (Cadiz), Spain| 

\fac. Agnc.. Kyushu Univ., Fuktiok.1 812, j,ipan| 

Aquacultuie '94,' Bordeaux, France, March 23-25 1994 I M, ,Sf ci i /ntema na ' Conference "Bordeaux 

' Sevila - comllers - 



, reaux, rance, arc 23-25 1994 I M, ,f c i ux 

. No. 2 1 , p. 1 60- 1 6 1 . 1994. FR 40(4} ' Sevila - com P llers - &r. Aquacult. Soc. Spec 

(Sin. Exp. Aquaojli. IFREMER, Chemin Maguelone, 34250 Palavas Ftots, France) 

S^^^ 

Come r e,ce -Bordeaux Aquacukuv 'H' ISelu* "a^i i2?A^f S^a^J 8 ? 6 "'*' '"" (/ie '"< e t/ona/ 
fur. ^ flwcu /t 5oc. Spec Pub!. No. 21. p 44 lS FR 40^ "^ * 5ev/fe - 

|Dep. Maritime Studies & ,,. Transpor|( Uni , Wa|es Cfl|j p>o< Qo>( g ^ 



lione; Marie,,,. & Fhh . Dep, Kuwai, J nsl . Sci. Res., P.O. Box 1638, Salmiva 2201 7, Kuwait, 



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95-007295 Roy, A. K.; H. C. Karmakar; N. M. Chakraborti and D. D. Haider. STUDIES ON THE EFFECT OF 
REARING DENSITY ON THE GROWTH SURVIVAL AND NET YIELD OF LIZA TADE (FORSKAL). /. Indian Soc. 
Coastal Agric. Res. 4(1):43-55. 1986. FR 40(4) 

95-007296 Silver!, William. MODELLING ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF MARICULTURE: PROBLEMS OF 
SCALE AND COMMUNICATION. Proceedings of the Canada-Norway Workshop on Environmental Impacts of 
Aquacullure. A, Ervik, P. Kupka Hansen, and V. Wennewfc editors. Fisken Havet. No. 13. p. 61-68, 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Habilat Ecol. Div., Bedford Inst. Oceanogr., P.O. Box 1006, Dartmouth, NS, Canada 
B2Y 4A2. e-mail :silvert 

95-007297 Sourice, Elise. [THE SIGNS OF QUALITY IN SUBSISTENCE AGRICULTURE AND THEIR POSSIBLE 
APPLICATION TO MARINE PRODUCTS.) Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the 
International Conference "Bordeaux Aquacullure '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. 1. Muir and F. Sevila, 
compilers, fur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 329-330. 1 994. In French. FR 40(4) 

[Fonds Intervention Organ., Marches Prod. Peche Maritime & Cult. Mar. (F.I.O.M.), 1 Blvd. de Sebastopol, 
75001 Paris, France] 

95-007298 Stoskopf, Michael K. ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS OF MARINE TROPICAL FISHES. In: Fish 
Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 618-625. 1993. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vel. Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607) 

95-007299 Stoskopf, Michael K. ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND DISEASES OF SHARKS. In: Fish 
Medicine. Michael K. Sloskopf, editor, p, 758-763. 1 993. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vet. Med., N.C. Slate Univ., Raleigh 27607] 
Carcrtarbi'nus limbaius, C. obscurus, C. leucas, Lamna nasus, Negaprion brevtrostris, and Cafeocerdb cower. 

95-007300 Suquei, M.; R. Billard; ). Cosson; Y. Normant and C. Fauvel. ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION IN 
TURBOT (SCOPHWALMUS MAXIMUS): DETERMINATION OF THE OPTIMAL SPERM TO EGG RATIO AND 
TIME OF GAMETE CONTACT. Aquacullure 1 33(1 ):83-90. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(Unite Rech. Mar. No. 3, IFREMER, Lab. Rech. Aquacoles, BP 70, 29280 Plouzane, France] 

95-007301 Susilowati, lull. NOTES ON POND FARMER'S SKILLED TO FINAL QUALITY: A CASE STUDY AT 
JAVA, INDONESIA. Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference 
"Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, ) 994. /. Muf'r and F. Sevila, compilers, fur, Aquacult. 
Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 23-24. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Agency Agric. Res. & Dev., Res. Inst. Mar. Fish., Komplek Pelabuhan Perikanan Samudra, JI.Muara Baru 
Ujung, Jakarta 1 4440, Indonesia. fax:(62-2 1 )661 21 37, 57091 59) 

95-007302 Tzinas, George; Darlene Kelten; Howard Krum; Robert Cooper; Paula Sylvia; Sebastian Belle and 
Les Kaufman. A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF PATHOLOGIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE MAINTENANCE OF 
BLUEFIN TUNA (JHUNNUS 7HYNNUS LINNAEUS) IN CAPTIVITY. Proc. Int. Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Med. Vol. 25. 
p. 78-86. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[New England Aquarium, Vet. Serv./Anim. Care Lab., Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02 1 1 0] 

95-007303 Williams, D. L; A. E. Wall; E. Branson; T. Hopcroft; A. Poole and W. M. Brancker. PRELIMINARY 
FINDINGS OF OPHTHALMOLOGICAL ABNORMALITIES IN FARMED HALIBUT. Vet. Rec. 136(24):610-612. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[Beaumont Animals' Hospital, Royal Vet. Coll., Royal College St., London NW1 OTU, England) Hippoglossus 
hippoglossus. 

95-007304 Woo, N. Y. S. and S. F. Chiu. EFFECTS OF NITRITE EXPOSURE ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL 
OF SEA BASS, LA7ES CALCARIFER, FINGERLINCS IN VARIOUS SALINITIES. /. Appl. Aquacult, 4(4):45-54. 1 994. 
FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol., Chinese Univ. Hong Kong, Shalin, N.T,, Hong Kong] 

95-007305 Zhuang Qlanzcng. (ARTIFICIAL SEEDLINGS AND SEAWATER POND CULTURE OF SEVERAL 
FISHES.) Mar. Sci. (Qingdao) 1995(3):69-72. 1995. In Chinese. FR40(4) 
Liza haematocheila. 

FEEDS, FEEDING, AND NUTRITION 

95-007306 Agradi, E,; L. Bonomi; E. Rigamonti; M. Liguori and P. Bronzi. THE EFFECT OF DIETARY LIPIDS ON 
TISSUE LIPIDS AND AMMONIA EXCRETION IN EUROPEAN EELS (ANCUILLA ANCUILLA). Comp. Sioc/iem. 
Physiol. A Physio!. 1 1 1 (3}:445-451 . 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Inst. Pharmacol. Sci., Via Balzaretti, 9, 201 33 Milan, Italy. lel:+39 2 20488224; fax:+39 2 29404961 ] 

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^TSJffi^Jt^^ ? SH T ^ SE SEL ^ EDINC DWCE5.] Me^r, fc, 
r>ce. Much 23-25 1994 TM- I ic ln . lernaaoral Conference "Bordeaux Aguacuftiw 'H 1 
tui-juj. 1994'. In French. FR 40(4) t " rand ' Sev ''a, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. PuW. No. 21. 

IU.F.R. Sci. Cornportemen, ft Environ., Lab. Psychophysiol., 7 rue de I'Universi.e, 67 000 Strasbourg, France] 

SSL 5 A ur.l,^L M ?Con^ A V N i UE T ? EXTERNAL FACTORS > SELF-FEEDINC DEV.CE1! 
X-So,dea^f^ceSch 2 1^ 
21- p. 306-307. 1994. 'in French. FR 40(4) ^ compos. ur. Aquact;/!. 5oc. Spec. Publ No. 

IU.F .R. Sci. Cornportemen, ft Environ., Lab. Psychophystol, 7 rue de I'Universite, 67 000 Strasbourg, France) 
95-007309 Anlhouard M-P n| VJna rh ^ M * 

FOR FISH IN AQUACULTURE!) Weasuresfo S Ah' |SELF ' FEEDING: A MODERN FEEDING METHOD 

Conference "Bordeaux Aquacuiture '9'f ' Bord ^^ Abstracls f Contributions Presented al the International 



. Comportment Environ, Lab. Psychophysiol., 7 UniveS, 67 000 Strasbourg, France| 



n FOR FEED.NC LARVAL 

B HAVIOR OBSERVATIONS). Development, Growth and 

Envf fimenta/ Dema " ds: Sased " a ^^ ' rte? "" 
^ 



?OSVVNCHU'ST R 5HA^^^ W THE DIETS OF CHINOOK 

Wash. 1994. FR 40(4) ' iL >AND COHOSALMON (ONCQRHYNCHUS KISUTCH). M.S. thesis, Univ. 

SW^ 

Contnfaulfcins fterenled at (he /niemai/onaJ rnnLol - (ROTIFER). Measures for Success: Abstracts of 

23-25, 1 994. /. Muir and f . Sew/a? c^S JSS/f S^T* ^ H l'; U ' Iure ' H> flonteau * fra "- M * rch 

Dep. DGR/EF, F.c. Agron Uni, Abdou M^ L C 5pK ' PuW N ' 21. P- 143. 1994. FR 40(4) 
Perca /fcv/atrtfc. 8 "" U 1V ' Abd u M "nKH.n. N.amey, B.P. 1 0960, Niamey, Niger] CoWb gob/o and 



^SS 
[Fagben.: Dep. Fish. * Wifd, , ed Univ. Techno,,, PMB 704, A.ure, Ondo State Nigeria) 

AND S "^!^SS WS^ E N PEEOING RATE 

KTA\ Sc, Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchvy No 49 o 2711 n , CHUM SALMON - ONCORHYNCHUS 
Res- ' " '''' lvf 



Sc, Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchvy No 49 o 2711 n , CHUM SALMON - ONCORHYNCHUS 
s- Di,, nokfcaido Salmon Ha.cb., Fil Ag, cyL ln ', M! , " '^'''T lvf ? En S lish ""m. FR 40f4) 
95 Q073 | 6a Nakanoshima, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo 062, Japan? 

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jj-uu/j 1 1> HegOUt M L'C V^rJiiip. <i D -i-r-'n 

\ND DEMAND FEEDING OF A CROUP S FJSH S^T^ru^ ENV(R ONMENTAL FLUOUATIONS 
fcasures for SucceBMbitwctt of Contributions Presented t, , US LABKA >^ L.) IN AN EARTHEN POND 
W," flofc/eaux france. Match 23-25, 1 994 } Muir and F *sLL ntema '!9 nal Conference 'Bordeaux Aquacuiture 
'.p. 193-194. I994.FR40H) compifcrj. f w . Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ No 

[Cent. R h . EcoLMar. Aq ua o,(t (CNRS/IFREMER), B.P. 5, ,7,37 L'Houmeau, France] 

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95-007319 Brecka, Brian ].; Michael L Hooe and David H. Wahl. COMPARISON OF GROWTH, SURVIVAL, 
AND BODY COMPOSITION OF MUSKEUUNGE AND TIGER MUSKELLUNGE FED FOUR COMMERCIAL 
DIETS. Prog. Fish-Cult. 57(1):37-43. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Nat. Resour., Buffalo Cty. Courthouse, Box 88, Alma, Wl 54610-00881 Esox masqumongy and L 
masquinongy x E. Indus. 

9S-007320 Brinkmeyer, R. L. and G. ). Holt. RESPONSE OF RED DRUM LARVAE TO GRADED LEVELS OF 

MENHADEN OIL IN SEMIPURIFIED MICROPARTICULATE DIETS. Prog. Fish-Cult. 57(1):30-36. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Holt: Univ. Tex. Austin, Mar. Sci. Insl., P.O. Box 1 267, Port Aransas 78373-1 2671 Sdaenops ocellalus. 

95-00732 1 De Silva, Sena S. and Trevor A. Anderson. FISH NUTRITION IN AQUACULTURE. Chapman & Hull 
3 1 9p. 1 995. Available at $54.00 (cloth: ISBN 0-41 2-55030-X) from Chapman & Hall, 1 1 5 Fifth Ave., New York, 
NV 10003. tel:800-842-3636. FR 40(4} 

[Sch. Aquat. Sci. & Nat. Resour. Manage., Deakin Univ., Vic., Australia] 

95-007322 Dedi, Jusadi; Toshio Takeuchi; Tadahisa Seikai and Takeshi Watanabe. HYPERVITAMINOSIS AND 
SAFE LEVELS OF VITAMIN A FOR LARVAL FLOUNDER (PARALICHTHYS OLIVACEUS) FED AR7EMIA NAUPl.ll. 

Aqi/acu/ture 1 33(2);1 35-146, 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Takeuchi: Dep. Aquat. Biosci., Tokyo Univ. Fish., Konan,Minato, Tokyo 108, Japan. tel/fax:(B1-3) 5463-0545) 

95-007323 Divanach, P.; M. Kentouri; E. Chevre and M. Anthouard. [EVOLUTION OF FEEDING PREFERENCES 
OF RED PORCY PAGRUS PACRUS IN WINTER, FED BY MEANS OF SELF FEEDERS WITH TWO INDUSTRIAL 
FEEDS.] Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux 
Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, france, March 23-25, 1 994. 1. Muir and F. Sew'/a, compilers, fur. Ac;uacu/t. Soc. Spec. 
Pubi. No. 21. p. 191-192. 1994. In French. FR 40(4) 

[Inst. Biol, Mar. Crete, BP 2214, GR-71003, Iraklion, Crete, Greece] 

95-007324 Duis, K.; V. Inglis; M. C. M. Beveridge and C. Hammer. LEACHING OF FOUR DIFFERENT 
ANTIBACTERIALS FROM OIL- AND ALGI NATE-COATED FISH-FEED PELLETS. Spec/a/ Issue: Aquacultuic ami 
Water Resource Management. Papers from an /nternationa/ Symposium Held at the University of Stirling, 2 1-25 
June 1 994. Liam A. Kelly, Malcolm C. M. Beveridge, Donald I. Baird, and lames F. Muir, organizers. Aquacull. Rus. 
26(8):549-556. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Fleitberg 2, 23619 Hellshoop, Germany] 

95-007325 EI-Dahhar, A. A. and R. T. Lovell. EFFECT OF PROTEIN TO ENERGY RATIO IN PURIFIED DIETS 
ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE, FEED UTILIZATION AND BODY COMPOSITION OF MOZAMBIQUE 
TILAPIA, OREOCHROM/S MOS5AMB/CUS (PETERS). Aquacult. Res. 26(7):451-457. 1995. FR 40(4} 

[Dep. Anim. & Fish Prod,, Fac. Agric. (Saba Basha), P.O. Box 21531 Bolkly, Alexandria Univ., Alexandria, 
Egypt] 

95-007326 Fagbenro, Oyedapo and Kim Jauncey. GROWTH AND PROTEIN UTILIZATION BY JUVENILE 
CATFISH (CLARIAS GARIWINUS) FED DRY DIETS CONTAINING CO-DRIED LACTIC-ACID-FERMENTEI) 
FISH-SILAGE AND PROTEIN FEEDSTUFFS, B/oresour. Jechnol. 51(1 }:29-35. 1995. FR 40(4} 
[Inst. Aquacult,, Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-007327 Fontana, Roch-Bernard. (DEVELOPMENT OF NEW MICROPROCESSOR-BASED AUTO-FEEDING 
SYSTEM.] Measures for Success; Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux 
Aquaculture '94/ Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. /. Muir and f. Sevila, compilers. Eur, Aquacult. Soc. i'/xic. 
Pub/. No. 21. p. 300-301. 1994. In French. FR 40(4} 

[CORALI, 23 Ave. de la Mer, 83270 St. CYR/Mer, France) 

95-007328 Gallagher, Margie Lee. INTERACTIONS OF CARBOHYDRATE AND LIPID IN DIETS FOR HYBRI! ) 
STRIPED BASS (MORONE CHRYSOPS X M. SAXA7ILIS). I. Appl. Aquacult. 5(1 }:53-60. 1 995. FR 40(4} 
[Inst. Coast. & Mar. Resour., East Carolina Univ., Greenville, NC 27858-4353] 

95-007329 Garforth, E). B.; T. Cross; M. J. Costello and R, Fitzgerald. DETERMINATION OF THE SATIATION 
AND MAINTENANCE RATION FOR GOLDSINNY WRASSE (CTEWOMBRUS RUPESJRIS) FED ON MUSSll 
MEATS (MYTILUS EDULIS). Measures (or Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International 
Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. }. Muir and f. Sevila, compilers. 
Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Pub/, No. 21. p. 266-267, 1994. FR 40(4) 
(Aquacull. Dev. Cent., Univ. Coll., Cork, Ireland] 

95-007330 Gennari, L.; A. Roncarali; F. Loro; R. Implccini; G. Mosconi; O. Mordcntl and P. Melotti. LARVAI 
WEANING AND DIET CHARACTERISTICS IN SEABASS (DICENJRARCHUS IABRAX). Measures for SUCCCM; 
Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, 

March 23-25, 1994. }. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Pub/. No. 21. p. 268-269. 1994. 

FR 40(4} 

(Cent. Univ. Ric. & Didaltlca Acquacolt. & Maricolt., Camerino Univ., Italy] 

FR40(4} 21 



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95-00733 1 Gunaserkera, Ra&anlhi M.; K. F. Shim and T, J. Lam. EFFECT OF DIETARY PROTEIN LEVEL ON 
PUBERTY, OOCYTE GROWTH AND EGG CHEMICAL COMPOSITION IN THE TILAP1A, OREOCHRQMIS 
N/tOT/CUS(L)Mc;uacu/lurel34(l,2):l&9-lB3. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Lam: Dep, Zool., Mall. Univ. Singapore, Kent Ridge, Singapore 051 1 ] 

95-007332 Hellan(t,S.;G.V.Triantai)hyllidis;H.J.Fyhn;M.S.Evjen;P.LavensandP.Sorgeloos.MODULATION 
OF FREE AMINO AGIOS AND PROTEIN IN ARTEMIA CYSTS AND NAUPLII. Measures (or Success: Abstracts of 
Contributions Presented at ifie /nternau'ona/ Con/cfence "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 
23-25, 1994, 1. Muir and F. Seviia, compilers. fur. Aquacutt. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 2 1 . p. 274-275. 1994. FR 40(4) 
|2ooL Insl., Univ. Bergen, Altcgl. 41, N-5007 Bergen, Norway] 

95-007333 Hung, Silas S. O.; Fred S, Conta and Paul B. Lutes. OPTIMUM FEEDING RATE OF WHITE 
STURGEON, ACtPENSER TRANSMQWANUS. YEARLINGS UNDER COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION 
CONDITIONS./. Appl. Aquacult. 5(1):45-51. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep.Anim. Sci., Univ, Calif. r Davis 9561 6-8521) 

95-007334 Karlsen, Orjan; Jens C. Holm and Olav S. Kjesbu. EFFECTS OF PERIODIC STARVATION ON 
REPRODUCTIVE INVESTMENT IN FIRST-TIME SPAWNING ATLANTIC COD (GADUS MORHUA L.)- 
Aquaculture 1 33(2 ):1 59-1 70. 1995. FR 40(4) 

jlnst. Mar. Res., Austevoll Aquacult. Res. Stn., N-5392 Storebo, Norway. le1:(+47) 5618 0342; fax:(+47) 5&1 B 
0398] 

95-007335 Kasurnyar., A. O. and S. S. Sidorov. GUSTATORY PROPERTIES OF FREE AMINO ACIDS IN 
CASPIAN TROUT, SALMO JRUTJA CASPIUSJ. tchthyol. 35(2):8-20, 1995. FR 40(4) 
jBiol. Fac., Moscow State Univ., Moscow, Russia] 

95-007336 Kaushik, S. ).; ]. P. Cravedi; ). P. Lalles; ). Sumpter; B. Fauconneau and M. Laroche. PARTIAL OR 
TOTAL REPLACEMENT OF FISH MEAL BY SOYBEAN PROTEIN ON GROWTH PROTEIN UTILIZATION, 
POTENTIAL ESTROGENIC OR ANTIGENIC EFFECTS, CHOLESTEROLEMIA AND FLESH QUALITY IN 
RAINBOWTROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS MYWSS.Aquacu/Iure 133(3,4):257-274. 1995. FR40(4) 
jFish Nutr. Lab., Unite- Mixte INRA-kFREMER, Sin. Hydrobiol., 6431 Saint-Pee-sur-Nivelle, France] 

95-007337 Kentouri, M. and P. Divanach. (COMPARISON OF THE COST EFFICIENCY OF THREE FEEDING 
TECHNIQUES OF SEA BREAM SFARUS AURA1A, IN INTENSIVE AQUACULTURE.] Measures for Success: 
Abslracls of Contributions Presented anke International Conference 'Bordeaux Aquacuiture '94," Bordea ux, France?, 
March 23-25, 1 994. 1. Muit and f. Sevita, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 2 1 . p. 308 1 994 In FrenC K 
FR 40(4) 

jlnsl. Biol. Mar. Crete, Iraklion, Crete, Greece] 

9S-O07338 Kenloufi, M.; P. Oivanach; M. Thomson; N. Papandroulakis and T. Cross. A COMPARISON OF 
ROTIFER (BRACHtONUS PUCATILIS} SAMPLING METHODS IN MARINE LARVAL REARING TANKS. Measures 
for Success: Abslracls of Contributions Presented at the International Conference 'Bordeaux Aquaculture '94 ' 
Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 199-f. /. Muir and F. Sevi/a, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No 2 1 
p, 110-111. 1994. FR40(4) 

[Inst. Mar. Biol. Crete, P.O. Box 22 14, 71 103 Iraklio, Crete, Greece) Sparus auratus. 

95-007339 Kock, Cunter ^nd Rudolf Hofer. THE EFFECT OF NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL DIETS UPON 
TRYPTIC ACTIVITY OF ROACH (KU1ILUS RUTILUS) AND WHITEFISH (COCONU5SP) LARVAE 
Development, Growth and Rearing of Fish Larvae in Relation of Changing the Environmental Demands- Based on 
a Workshop at the Vltit Congress of European khlhyoh&sis, Budapest, Hungary, 15-19 August 1938 Inn W M 
Otx. Fritz Schiemcr. and Matgorzm Szlamiroka, editors. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 36(4V443-453 1989 In EngDcK 

' L.HB">' 



with German sumrn. FR 40(4) 

H ^ RELI " INA ; Y INVESTIGATION INTO THE NUTRITION OF BARRAMUNDI LATE S 
). Abstracts From the Australian Barramundi Farming Workshop, 17-18 August, 1994 Cairns 
Department of Primar Industr, . 1 2 uw"% 



. rramun armng 

Austtalia. Queensland Department of Primary Industry, p. 1 2. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Aquafeeds Prod. Australia, 12-18 Neon Si., Narangba, Brisbane, Qld. 4508, Auslralia] 



c f ' ^ n !?- sh P ~ and le ' To ' rissen - MARINE COLD-WATER FISH NUTRITION. In- Fish Medicine 
. Stoskopf, editor, p. 688-696. 1993. FR 40(4) /weaic/ne. 

IDep. Fish, & Oceans, Biol. Sci. Branch, Halifax, NS, Canada] Cadus morhua and Hippoglossus hippogtossus 



FR 40(4) 

" 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

"Hu^M MT"!",;! H. C. Ke,ol, PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OE HSH MEAL WITH 

SoT T KS 

Management Paper's from an International Symposium Held at the University of Stirling, 2 1-25 lune I 994. L,am 
A. Kelly, Malcolm C. M. Beveridge, Donald I. Bsird, and lames f. Muir, organizers. Aquacutt. Res. 2b(bJ:^//oo/. 

5 ' livJowa Hyg. Lab., H. A. Wallace Bldg., E. 9th & Grand Ave., Des Moines 50319-0035[ 

)F VITAMIN C 



30I1V49-64. 1995. In English and Italian. FR 40(4) 

|lst. Zootec., Fac. Med. Vet., Univ. Studi Milano, via Celoria 1 0, 201 33 Milano, Italy] 

and G, Bauce. TOLERANCE OF HIGH 
Y RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS 

. Moruzzi," Univ. Bologna, Via Irnerio 48, 40126 Bo.ogna, italy. 



., . . ., . , 

**M7W Marchetli M- M Tassinari and G, Bauce. TOLERANCE OF HIGH DIETARY LEVELS OF 
MENAD.ONE BlsUHT^OTNAMiDE BY RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS MWSS. u^lture 



lel:(39)(51)351201;fax:(39)(51)351224] 



POLYODON SPA7HULA. /. Appl. Aquxuh. 5(1 ):29-44. 1 995 FR 40(4) 

lAqitacult Res. Cenl., Community Res. Serv., Ky. State Univ., Frankfort 40601 ] 



W5SSSSS 

^ 



95-007349 Paripatananont, Tippawan and Richard T. Lovell. CHELATED ZiNC REDUCES THE DIETARY ZINC 
REQUIREMENT OF CHANNEL CATFISH, (CTALURUS PUNCTATUS. Aquacutture 1 33(1 ):73-82. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Lovell- Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacult., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 368491 

English with Polish summ. FR 40(4) 

95-007351 Przybyl, Antoni; Michal Iwaszkiewicz and Maria Madziar. THE IINFUJENCE OF IRRADIATION 
HYGIEN IZATION ON THE NUTRITIONAL USEFULNESS OF GRANULATED ANC > EXTRUDED FOOD FOR 
CARP- Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 38(1):127-134. 1991. In English with Polish summ. FR 40(4) 
Cyprinus carpio. 

^ 

, PN, D E p. Desarrollo Tocno,., Lab. Bio,. Exp., Apdo. Pos.al 592, La P, 23000 
B.C.S,, Mexico] 

oq nn7T!l Ravi I ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID REQUIREMENT OF THE FRY OF THE INDIAN MAJOR CARP 
^^STlA^^S^^dii^aon, Univ. Agric. Scl fCanga/ore, India) 1988. from Mysore /. Agflc. 
Sd 25(1 ):1 1 7, 1 991 . Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

h Via" uvD & Wildl., East Lansing 48824] Oncorhynchus myfcfcs. 

95-007355 Robinson, Edwin H. and Meng H. LI. CATFISH NUTRITION PART II: FEEDING, ^cuft. Mag. 
s. Slate Univ., Mississippi State 39762] Ictatuna punctaius. 



T, 1995 

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FEEDS, FEEDING, AND NUTRITION (Continued) 

95-007356 Rodehuiscord, M. EFFECTS OF SUPPLEMENTAL DIETARY L-CARNITINE ON THE GROWTH AND 
BODY COMPOSITION OF RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKtSS) FED HIGH-FAT DIETS. I. Anitn 
Physhl. Anim. Null. 73(5):27&-279. 1995. FR40(4) 

[Inst. Tierernahr. Rhein., Friedrich-Wilhelms-Univ. Bonn, Bonn, Germanyl 

95-0&7357 Rodriguez, C; J. A. Perez; A. Lorenzo; M. S. Izquierdo and H. Fernandez-Palacios. n-3 HUFA 
REQUIREMENT OF LARVAL GILTHEAD SEABREAM (SPARUS AURAJA) WHEN USING AN APPROPRIATE 
EPA/DHA RATIO IN DIET. Measures lor Success; Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International 
Conference 'Bordeaux Aquaculture "94," Bordeaux, France, Marcfi 23-25, !994. 1. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers- 
Hut. Arjuacu/t. Soc. Spec. Pubi. No. 21. p. 164-165. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Biol. Anirn., Univ. Laguna, 38271 Tenerife, Spain! 

95-007358 Rowan, Martha and Nathan Stone. SURVIVAL OF GOLDEN SHINER FRY FED A 
MICROPARTICULATE DIET. Prog. Fish-Cuit. 57(3):242-244. 1995. FR 40(4} 

[Univ. Arkansas Agric. Exp. Sin., S. ). Patker Agric. Res. Cent., Pine Bluff 71601] Notemigonus crysofeucas. 

95-007359 Salomon!, C.; A. Caputo; C. Sirolti and M. Foglio. REARING OF GRAYLING [THYMAUUS 
THYMAtLUS L.) USING DRY FOOD AND AKIEMIA. Rfv. liat. Acquacoll 30(1 ):5-1 7. 1 995. In English and lUilian. 
FR40[4} 

[Agrobiotec Sysl. scrl, Via P. Canonici 14, 40141 Bologna, Italy] 

95-007360 Saxena, R. K.; M. A. Khan and B. D. Saroj. EFFICACY OF SELECTED FEED FORMULATIONS FOR 
FINGERLINGS OF CARP CJRRHINUS MR/CAW. I. Inland Fish. Soc India 1 8(2):34-39. 1 986. FR 40(4) 

95-007361 Shiau, Shi-Yen and Jei-ChengChuang. UTILIZATION OF DISACCHARIDES BY JUVENILE Til-API A 
OREOCHROMIS NfLOT/CUS X O. AUREU5. Aquxulture 1 33(3,4):249-25&. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Mar. Food Sci., Nail. Taiwan Ocean Univ., Keelung, Taiwan 202. lel:(886-2)4&2-2192, ext. 51O6 
(ax;(88&-2)4&2-1684l 

95-O07362 Shiau, Shi-Yen and Tsai-Shen Hsu. L-ASCORBYL-2-SULFATE HAS EQUAL ANTISCORBUTl 
ACTIVITY AS L-ASCORBYL-2-MONOPHOSPHATE FOR TILAPIA, OREOCHROMIS NILO71OIS X O. AURCU, 
Aquacuttwe 133(2); 147-1 57. 1995. FR 40(4) 

IDep. Mar. Food Sci., Natl. Taiwan Ocean Univ., Keelung, Taiwan 202. tel:(B86-21 462-2192, cxt. 51O> 
(ax:(8B6-2)462-1684] 

95-007363 Shutov, V. A.; S. G. Mironov; S. Yu. Kusmin and D. N. Vostroushkin. FEATURES OF EAR! 
STURGEON FRY GETTING USED TO CHEMICALS IN A STARTING DIET, WAYS OF ACCELERATING TH 

PROCtSS. Measures for Success Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bore/e*! 
AquacuJlure '94,' Botdeaux, France, March 23-25, f 99-). /. Muir and f. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Acjuacult Soc lat 
Publ. No. 21. p. 1G6-167. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Kaliningrad Tech. lost., Fish. Ind & E con ., Sovel^ky Ave., 1, Kaliningrad 236000, Russia! Acipcris 
gueft/enslaedi/'. 

95-007364 Shyama,S.CROWnHPERFORMANCEOFO\RPSINDIFFERENTDIETTREATMENTANOUNDI 
POLYCULTURE. M>'5ore /. Agric. Sci. 2&(1,:1 18. 1992. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
Cibelion cai/a, Jabeo lohita. for (or, and Cirrhinus mrigj/a. 

95-007365 Sivakami, S.; S. Ayyappan and M. F. Rahman. CAGE CULTURE OF SILVER TAR 

|VALNC!NNES ' ON DlfF ERENT FEEDS, y. Inland Fish. Soc. 



95-007366 Southgate, Paul C. and Dong C. Lou. IMPROVING THE n-3 HUFA COMPOSITION OF AR1FMI 
USING MICROCAPSULES CONTAINING MARINE OILS. Ar^cu/ture 134(l,2):91-99 1995 FR40M) 
' eS C k ^ N ' th Queenslllnd ' Townsville - Q ld ' !!, Auslralia. 



' POM J ARE2 ' THE AQUACULTURE OF LAU-BALAGNAS.] Measures for Succes 

French FR 40(4) * * "^ AqU3CU "- ^ 5pK ' PuU N ' 2 ' ' P ' 3 9 - 3 ] 1 *** 

165400 Argc-les-Gazost, France) 

- BioUnim -^^^ 



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"[Fish Res. Insi., Zupanciceva 9, 61000 Ljubljana, Slovenia] 

6 -, Ab S ,rac, on,, 






Dep. Zool, Univ. Aberdeen, Aberdeen AB9 2TN, Sco.land. ,el:(,224, 272872; M 1>24) 

2723961 Oncorfiynchus mykiss. 



1 "[Dep fiK Cull. & Fish., Agric. Univ., P.O. Box 338, 6700 AH Wagenlngen, Netherlands] 

^^ 

c. Univ., P.O. BO, 338, 6700 AH W ag enin 8 en, Netherlands, 






Zasorodnv, A. V V 



..... 8 S, Russia, 



*737, Korea 



11-1 nv/r nicu TRAM^priRT Abstracts From ihe Australian Barramunc/i farming 

95 Q 0073 R 79 J ^^n,Bob.fNANT ra P U 5MMNOCENyS:T 
7rop fis/i Hofabyjst 43(11}:lia-124. 1995. FR 40(4) 



Med. Vol. 26. p. 1 8-1 9. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

IN C Stale Univ., Coll. Vel, Med., Raleigh 27606] 

95-00738! Axelrod, Herbert R. IF CAN CAN, YOU CAN, TOO. PART 4. Trop. fbh Hobby* 43(1 1 ) : 234-241 . 
1 995. FR 40(4} 

Symphysodon. 



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95-007382 Bohrn, Otlo. THE CARE AND BREEDING OF IENYNSIA LINEAJA. Trap. Fish Habbtfti 
43{12}:134-13B. 1995. FR 40(4) 

95-007383 Branson, Branley Allan. A NATIVE AMERICAN CHARACIN. 7rop. Fish Hobbyist 43(12):78-&2. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

Astyanax mexicanus. 

95-007384 Burlingham-Johnson, Ajay; Dave Clarke and Paul Pearce-Kelly. CERCI: A COMPUTER SYSTEM 
FOR THE DEMOGRAPHIC AND GENETIC ANALYSIS OF CAPTIVE INVERTEBRATES, FISH AND OTHER 
POPULATIONS OF COLONY ANIMALS. Int. Zoo Yearfa. Vol. 33. p. 278-283. 1994. FR 40(4) 
jlnvertebr. Conserv.Cent., Zoolog. Soc. London, Regent's Park, London NW1 4RY, England] 

95-007385 Coleili, Ted. ACCLIMATION: A BETTER SYSTEM. Trap. Fish Hobbyist 43(12):146-151, 1995. 
FR40(4) P r 

95-007386 Fanner, Robert. THREE AMIGO ANGELS FROM BAJA. Trop. Fish Hobbyist 43(1 1 ):28-38. 1995 
Hofacamhui passer, H. cian'onensis, and Pomacantbus zonipectus in Mexico. 

95-007387 Ferdenzi, Joseph. A SPAWNING OF HERICH7HYS HAWENSIS. Trop. Fish Hobbyist 43(1 1 ):8-2f 
1995. FR 40(4) 

95-007388 Finley, Lee. A CORYDORAS CORNUCOPIA. Trop. Fish Hobbyist 43(1 2):1 1 2-116, 1995. FR 40(' 
95-007389 Fong, lack. THE KALEIDOSCOPIC WRASSES. Trop. fish Hobbyist 43(1 2);4&-55. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

95-007390 Hardy, Donna Fitzroy.THEINTERNATIONALZOOCOMMUNITY AND COMPUTER-MEDIATE 
COMMUNICATION, tol. Zoo Yearb. Vol. 33. p. 283-293. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Consortium Aquariums, Univ, & Zoos, Dep. Psychol., Calif. Stale Univ., Norlhridge 91330] 

95-007391 Harper, Rodney W. CAPTIVE CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF THE VIOLET GOBY, GO3/OID. 
BROUSSOWETTI. Trop. Fish Hobbyist 43(1 1 ):1 26-132. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

95-007392 Hunzfker, Ray. LOVELY LIOPROPOMA: RARE BASSLETS FOR THE REEF AQUARIUM. Trap. Fi 
Hobbyist 43(1 1):62-67. 1995. FR 40(4) 

t. eufcrines, 1. mowbrayi, L aberrant, L rufare, and L carmabi in the Caribbean. 

95-007393 Kadlec, Jaroslav. RACHOViA OFTHE ORINOCO DRAINAGE. Trop. Fish Hobbyist 43(1 2):2 1 1 -2 : 
i yy j. rK *tmH) 

R, hummeWncH R. brevis, R. macuiipmnis and R, pyropunctata in Venezuela. 

' SPAWN ' NC F HAPLOCHK MIS VENUSTUS. J,op. fish Hobby 



'^ PSEUDO1ROPHUS MICROSTOMA. Trop. Fish Hobby 

95-007396 Lambe.t, Derek. THE PIKE LIVEBEARER. Trop. fish Hobbyist 43(11 V92-96 1995 FR 40M) 
Be/anejox belizanus. ' * ' 



cdilori Zoos AND AQUARIA OF THE WORLD ' fc 

' FISHES ' lnt - Zo V*- Vol. 32. p, 364-36' 



E BANDED SUKF.SI 






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ST s" p, Werr.er.THE CARE AND SPAWNS Or UARU5. T mp . , HoW*. 44,,,:82.89. 



1995. FR 40(4) 

Uaru ampn/acanr/ioMes. 

95-007404 Schreiber, Roland. THE TWO-STRIPED APISTO, APISTOCRAMMA BKABNIA7A. Trop. fish 
Hobbyist 43(1 2):22-28. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
95-007405 Schreiber, Roland. THE FIERY SLEEPER, Imp. fish Hobby* 44(1):8-10. 1995. FR 40(4) 

Hypse/eotris compressa. 

95-007406 Shute, J. R. and ,ohn Tullock. CHEMiCAL AND PHYSICAL PARAMETERS OF TROPICAL SEAS, 
PARTS: NITRATE. Trap, fish Hobbyist 43(11 ):44-48. 1995. FR 40(4) 
95-007407 Smi l h,Stephen|.THEORFE:AFlSHFORALLSEASONS.Trop.n S hHofaby ( V44(.) : 102- l 05.1995. 

FR40(4) 

Leudscus idus, ,,.,, 

,5.007408 *** Michae, K. TAXONOMY AND NATURAL HBTORJ OF FRESHWATER TROPiCAL 

-^"^^1,^^^^ C Si^Jlf^SSU R*,* ",0, 
,5-007,09 S, 0sto p ( , Michae, K. TAXONOMV AND NATURAL HISTORY OF MARINE TROPICAL FISHES. , 
fi!h ^S^^r^d=i'sp Mtr C^^S N.C. S, a ,e U,,, Ral*. 27 6 07, 
95.0074, S,,a,,on, Richard F. THE SLINGJAW WRASSE: THE FISH WITH BOARDING HOUSE REACH. Trop. 
Fish Hobby/si 43(12):32-36. 1995. FR 40(4) 

Epibulus ins/c/i'ator. 
95-00741 1 Taddeo, Pat. THE PANTHER GROUPER. Trop. Fish Hobbyist Trop. fish Hobbyist 43(1 2):70-76. 

1995. FR 40(4) 

Cromi/eples a/ti've/i's. 
95-007412 Tavlp,W.J.THEASIANAROWANA:KlNGOFTHEAQUARIUM,Trop.fi5hHofabv/st43(12) ; 84.89. 

1995. FR 40(4) 



95 V 007414 van den Nieuwenhuizen, Arend. THE COMPLEAT BETTA UNIMACULAJA. Trop. Bsh Hobbyist 

43(1 2):92-1 05. 1995. FR 40(4) 

95-007415 Volkart, Bill. CORYDORAS CATS: WEDGE-SHAPED WONDERS. Trop. Fbh Hobbyist 

43(11):212-219.1995.FR40(4) 

95-007416 Yamamoto, Mike. FRED MOR,TA: THE L.VEBEARER KING OF HAWAII. Trop. fish Hobbyte 

44(1):92-101. 1995. FR 40(4) 

MISCELLANEOUS CULTURE TECHNIQUES AND EQU.PMENT NTAL MODELS FO R 

llnst Aquacult,, Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

t POSSIBLE IMPROVEMENT OF FRESFIWATER AQUACULTURE 



Cbnrtultons Presen.ee a. .he Inlemaw! Conference ^ Boreaux quae H u , pR 



|Dep. Fish & Allied Aquacult., Auburn Univ., Auburn, 

27 
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OF SODIUM NITRATE TO IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL 
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MISCELLANEOUS CULTURE TECHNIQUES AND EQUIPMENT (Continued) 

c?^?^ 2 B vd ' Claude E - DEEP WATER INSTALLATION OF A DIFFUSED-AIR AERATION SYSTEM IN A 
SHALLOW PONDJ. Appt. Aquacult. 5(1}:l-9. 1995. FR 40(4) 

IDep. Fish. & Allied Aquacult., Agrk. Exp. Sin., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849] 

95.007421 Choubert, G.; ]. de la Noue and P. Luquel. AN AUTOMATIC COLLECTOR FOR FISH FAECES. 
VG^D"^ ^ orSuccess:Abitrac ' sofCon ' f ' l) ' J lions Presented at Ihe/nrernat/onal Conference "Bordeaux AfjuaciJftofB 
,V B eau * fwnce, March 23-25, 1994. /. Muir and F. Sew/a, compilers. ur. Aquacull. Soc. 5pec. ftiW. No. 
21. p. 63-64. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[INRA, Lab. Nulr. Poissons, Sin. Hydrobiol., 64310-Saint-Pee sur Nivelle, France] 

7 4 D 2 A 2 r D ' Silva ' A ' M ' ando - E - M aushan.NEUROCOMPUTING-INTEGRATION DESIGN -MID SYSTEMS 
A BASIS FOR WATER QUALITY AQUACULTURE EXPERT SYSTEMS. Measures for Success: Abstfitcu of 
v ,^? 5 , , "' ed al l/ie ' ntemal 'ona' Conference 'Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, Match 

. JS94. / Muv an rf f. 5evi/a, compilers. Eur. Aquacu/t. Soc. Spec. Pufaf. No. 21 . p. 6-7. 1 994. FR 40(4) 
IU.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Coop. Fish. & Wilcll. Res. Unit, Univ. Ariz., 210 Bioest, Tucson 85721 ] 



*5S?In ?ITM S| '^ R - and A - P " McMaster - THE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF AN ROV FQS 
^ I V Measures far Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference 
Bordeaux AquKalture H' Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. 1. Mu/r and F. Sew/a, compilers. Eur. 
Soc. Spec. Put). No. 21. p. 16-17. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Silsoe Res. Inst., Wrest Park, Silsoe, Bedford, England] 



Hussenot ' I THE CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENT OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN I) 
f, ? R RE f ll l MeaSUres for Success: Afaslracu 0{ Contributions Presented al [/> 

F "^ ? f 1 " ^"? cu ' lure ' 94 '* 8orde3 ^ F "nte, March 23-25, 1 994. /. Mulr and F. Sevlt 

fur. Afjuacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 2 1 . p. 79-80, 1 994. In French. FR 40(4) 
JCcnl. Rech. Ecol. Mar. & Acjuacult. (CNRS-IFREMER), BP 5, 17137 L'Houmeau, France) 

TECHNIQUE FOR ANALYZING HYDROGE 
RESED ' M ENT.l Measures far Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presentee/ at tl 

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puJCull Risk Comral Lid, Millings B u si,,s s CM., longman Rd, Inverness IV! 1SI, Scolland| 

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. Fish. R IVM. Biol, Colo. Slalc Univ., Forl Collins 80523] Sl/zo S on rt,e u m. - 

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MISCELLANEOUS CULTURE TECHNIQUES AND EQUIPMENT (Continued) 

95-007432 Munasinghe, L. C; Alfred M. Tambe; C. M. Gempesaw and ]. Richard Bacon. AQUACULTURE 
MONITORING AND CONTROLLING SYSTEM (AQUAMACS). Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contnbutions 
Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94, Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, J JM. I- 
Muir and F. Sevila, compilers, fur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Pub/. No. 21. p. 14-15. 1994. FR 40(4) 
(Century 22 Enviro/Dev. Initiatives, Inc., Newark, DE| 

95-007433 Nijhof, Mark. BACTERIAL STRATIFICATION AND HYDRAULIC LOADING EFFECTS IN A 
PLUG-FLOW MODEL FOR NITRIFYING TRICKLING FILTERS APPLIED IN RECIRCULATING FISH CULTURE 
SYSTEMS./\quacu/tureI34(1,2):49-64. 1995.FR4Q(4) 

[Netherlands Inst. Fish. Res. (RIVO-DLO), Haringkade 1 , P.O. Box 68, 1 970 AB IJmLuden, Netherlands] 

95-007434 O'Connor, Brendan; John Costelloe; Pat. Dinneen and )ohn Faull. THE EFF F-CJ OF HARROWING 
AND FALLOWING ON SEDIMENT QUALITY UNDER A SALMON FARM ON THE WEST COAST OF IRELAND. 
Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at (lie /mernationa/ Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture 
'94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. I. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. Bur. Aquacult. Sac Spec. Publ. No. 
21, p. 58-59. 1994. FR 40(4) 

|Aqua-Facl Inl. Serv. Lid., 1 2, Kilkerrin Park, Liosbaun Ind. Est., Galway, Ireland] 

95-007435 Priour, Daniel and Yves Degres. [A RECORDING DEVICE FOR TENSION ON NET LINES.] Measures 
for Success: Abslracls of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquacu lure 94, 
Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. I. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers, (fur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Pub!. No. 21. 
p. 65-66. 1994. In French. FR 40(4) 

[IFREMER, BP 70 29280 Plouzane, France] 

95-007436 Rach ] J'G E Howe and T.M.Schreier. A MINIATURE HATCHING SYSTEM FOR EVALUATING 
CHEMICAL TREATMENTS ON FISH EGGS. Wafer Res. 29(9):2103-2107. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Natl. Biol. Surv., Natl. Fish. Res. Cent., P.O. Box 018, La Crosse, Wl 54602] 

95-007437 Rhodes, Raymond ). and P. Hadtey. BENEFITS AND COSTS ANALYSIS OF A COMPUTERIZED 

WATER MONITORING SYSTEM FOR COMMERCIAL AQUACULTURE ENTERPRISES. Measures for Success: 

/^racKofTontribut/onsPresemedaltne/^^ 

Marc/i 23-25, J 99-1. /. Mu/r and F. Sevila, compilers, fur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Pub!. No. 21 p. .22. 1 994. FR 40(4} 

(Econ Anal, & Seafood Marketing Program, Off. Fish. Manage., Div. Mar. Resour., WNdl. & Mar. Resour. 
Dep., P.O. Box 12559, Charleston, SC 29422-2559| 

95-007438 Riley, Larry E. AUTOMATED WATER QUALITY MONITORING AND CONTROL IN 
AQUACULTURE. World Aquacu/t. 26(2);35-37. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Campbell Sci,, Inc., 815 W. 1800 North, Logan, UT 84321-1784. tel:B01-750-9549] 

95-007439 Satterfield, James R., Jr. and Stephen A. Fllckinger. FACTORS INFLUENCING STORAGE 
POTENTIAL OF PRESERVED WALLEYE SEMEN. Prof. Fish-Cult. 57(3):1 75-1 81 . 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Div. Wildl., 6060 Broadway, Denver, CO 8021 6] Stizosted/on v/Ireum. 

95-007440 Salterfield, lames R., Jr. and Stephen A. Flickinger. FIELD COLLECTION AND SHORT-TERM 
STORAGE OF WALLEYE SEMEN, Prog. Fish-Cull. 57(3):182-187. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Div. Wildl., G060 Broadway, Denver, CO 802 1 6] SlizosteoVon wrreum. 

95-007441 Scliipp, Glenn. A SIMPLE, ADJUSTABLE GRADING BOX FOR SMALL FISH. Prog. Fish-Cult. 
57(3V245-247 1995 FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Ind. & Fish.', Darwin Aquacult. Cent, Gen. P.O. Box 990, Darwin, NT, 0801, Australia] 

95-007442 Sevila, F. and A. Muller-Feuga. SENSORS AND INSTRUMENTATION. Measures for Success; 
Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference ; B ^ eaux ^" a ^ ft " r ^%5 ^^S 1 
March 23-25, J 994. /. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Affuacu/1. Soc. Spec. Pub/. No. 21 . p. 57. 1 994. rK 4U14) 
(CEMAGREF, BP 5095, F-34033 Montpellier, France] 

95-007443 Sweeney, Mary E. FLUIDIZED BED BIOLOGICAL FILTERS. Trap. Fish Hobbyist 44(1);130-135. 

1995, FR 40(4) 

95-007444 Watten, Barnaby J. DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR HOODED SURFACE OXYGEN ABSORPTION 
SYSTEMS. I. World Aquacult. Soc. 26(2):200-21 1. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Natl. Biol. Serv., Res. & Dev. Lab., Rural Delivery #4, Box 63, Wellsboro, PA 16901 1 



nsmmw, HeKiiomu mijivem <mu .> , ...J IMPACT OF pH ON INTERACTIONS AMONG 

PHYTOPLANKTON A^ZOOpTANKTON AND PERCH (PtRCA FlUVIATIUS) IN A SHALLOW, FERTILE 
LAKE. Freshwater Biol. 33{3):497-509. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Environ. & Evol, Biol., Univ. Liverpool, Liverpool L69 3BX, England] 

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GENERAL LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY (Continued) 

95-007446 Channeshappa, K.T. STUDIES ON OCEANOCRAPHIC FEATURES IN RELATION TO PLANKTON 
AND PELAGIC FISHERIES IN THE ARABIAN SEA OFF MANGALORE REGION. Mysore? I. Agric. Sd. 27(I):1Q3 
1993. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Fish., Oceanogr., Mangalore-572 002, India] 

95-007447 Nathaniel, D. Ebbez. STUDIES ON SOME OCEANOGRAPHIC FEATURES IN RELATION TO 
DEMERSAL AND PELAGIC FISH CATCHES IN THE ARABIAN SEA OFF MANGALORE. Mysore }. Agric. Sci 
26(3):338. 1992. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

95-007448 Ramakrishna. DISTRIBUTION OF CURRENTS AND SOME OTHER BOTTOM WATEft 
OCEANOCRAPHIC FACTORS IN THE FISHING GROUNDS OFF MUKKA AND THEIR POSSIBLE INFLUENCE 
ON EXPERIMENTAL BOTTOM TRAWL FISHING. Mysore /. Agric. Sd. 25(3}:40Q. 1991. Abstract only, FR 4G[4, 

BENTHOS 

95-007449 Evans, Rebecca L. and Michael C. Miller. PALEOLIMNOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF FISH PREDATtON 
IN TOOLIK LAKE, ALASKA. Ohio \. Sci. 95(2):9. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
|Univ. Cincinnati, Dep. Biol. Sci., ML 006, Cincinnati, OH 4522 1-0006] 

MORPHOLOGY 

95-007450 Alexander, R. McN. ENERGY SAVING BY ELASTIC MECHANISMS IN OSCILLATORY MOTIOX 
Proceedings of the 4th /nternationa/ Congress of Comparative Pfiysio/ogy and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, &~ P I 
Augim 1995- VVarrert IV. Surggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl, Sect.:44. 1995. Abstract only, f R 40{4) 
(Pure & Appl. Biol,, Univ. Leeds, Leeds, England] 

95-007451 Arai, Nobuaki and Waiaru Sakamoto. JEFFECTS OF SEAWATER TEMPERATURE ON SCAll 
CIRCULI DEPOSITION OF REARED RED SEA BREAM.] Nippon Sudan CaWcafaW 61(3):316-319. 1995. ti 
Japanese with English summ. FR 40(4} 

|Dep. Fish., Fac. Agric., Kyoto Univ., Kyoto 606-01, Japan] Pagrus major. 

95-007452 Ariiga, C.; I. Garcia-Cuenca; ]. I'eiez Fuentes anil |. C. Fontanillas. ELECTRON M1CROSCOP 

STUDY OF ONCORHVNCHUS MVKISS (W.) SPERMATOZOA. Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contrftwtion 
Presented ai the /nterrtaitonaf Conference 'flordejux AquKuIiurt' '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1 994. 
MuirandF. Seu/.i, compilers f.ur. Aquacu/f. Soc. Spec, fubt No. 21. p. 1 -11-1.12. 1994. FR 40(4) 
lCatedr.1 Biol , Fac. Vet., U.C.M. MaiJtid, Avda. PuetM de Hierro s/n, 28040-Madrid, Spain) 

95007453 Elarus, Vlastimil ,md Mirosldv Prokes. AN EXAMPLE OF PARTIAL XANTHORISM IN ROACI 
(RU7H.U5 RUT/1.U5). Fo!i3 loo!. J4()):93-9-l. UJ95. TR 40(4) 

tlnst. Landscape Fcol , Acad. Sci. Oech Republic, Kretna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic! 

AND PHYSIOLOGY OF CATF.SHES. /; Fish 




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TROPICAL FISH 



|Ch-m. IniL Inst. Toxicol.. Research Triangle Park, NC| 

<^S^S3S^^ 
K-H-. ,nd hU.To.lco., Research Tnangte Park, N Cj G auralIBaild Cyprima carp/o _ 



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MORPHOLOGY (Continued) 

95-007460 Booth, Anthony ).; Glenn 5. Merron and Colin D. Buxton WE GROWm OF 

ANDERSON// (PISCES; CICHLIDAE) PROM THE OKAVANCO DELTA, BOTSWANA AND .A COMPARISON 

OF THE SCALE AND OTOUTH METHODS Of- AGEING. Environ. Btot. Fishes 43(2):1 71-1 78. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Ichlhyol. & Fish. Sci., Rhodes Univ., P.O. Box 94, Grahamstown 6140, South Africa) 
95-007461 Bucke, D. and S. W. Feist. EPIDERMAL HYPER-MELANIZATION IN NORTH SEA DAB ("MANDA 
LIMANDA) L. fmematfonaf Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton .Hot el Sea He, 
Washington, September 4-8, 1 994. Ronald P- Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organs. p. P-99 1 994 FR 40{4 

[Minist. Agric., Fish. & Food, Fish Dis. Lab., Barrack Rd., The Nothe, Weymouth, Dorset DT4 8UB, England) 

95-007462 CambrayJ. A.SEASONALOCCURENCE AND DISTRIBUT^ 

AFRICAN MINNOWS, PSEUDOBARBUS AFER (PETERS, 1864) INHABITING CLEAR n WATER AND 
P5EUDOBARBUS ASPER (BOULENGER, 1911) INHABITING TURBID WATER (CYPRINIFORMGS, 
CYPRINIDAE). Ann. Cape Prov. Mus. Nat. Hist. 19(2):149-170. 1994. FR40(4) 
[Albany Mus., Grahamstown 6140, South Africa] 

95-007463 Chatain, Beatrice. STANDARD MORPHOANATOMIC AND MORPHOMETRIC CRJERIA TO 
ASSESS PERFORMANCE OF LARVAL REARING IN DICENTRARCHUS LABRAX AND SPARUS AU/MTU5. 

M^forS^ 

'94,' Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1 994- 1. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers, fur. Aquacutl. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 

21. p. 131-132. 1994. FR 40(4) 

|Stn. Aquacult. Exp. IFREMER, Chemin de Maguelone, 34250 Palavas les Plots, France] 

95-007464 Cha.ain, Beatrice. QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF MARINE FISH LARVAE AND JUVENILES Measures 
^Success: Abstract of Conti&ton* Presented at the International Conference "B^a ^uacuftuje 94 
Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. /. Muir and F. Sew/a, compilers. Eur. Aquacutt. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21 . 
p.114-115.1994.FR40(4) 

[Sin. Aquacult. Exp. IFREMER, Chemin de Maguelone, 34250 Palavas les Plots, Trance] 

95-007465 Ciccotti, Eleonora; Giovanna Marino; Patrizia Pucci; Emilia Calaldl and Slefano Cataudella. 
ACCLIMAT,ON TRIAL OF MUG/I CEPHALUS )UVENILES TO FRESHWATER: MORPHOLOGICAL AND 
BIOCHEMICAL ASPECTS. Environ. Blol. Fishes 43(2): 1 63-1 70. 1995, FR 40(4) 

[Dip. BioL, Univ. 'Tor Vergata,' Via delta Ricerca Scientifica, 001 33 Rome, Italy] 

95-007466 Clark, Eugenie and )ose Castro. "MEGAMAMA" IS A VIRGIN: DISSECTION OF THE FIRST FEMALE 
SPECIMEN OF MECACHASMA PELAGIOS. Environ. Blol. Fishes 43(4}:329.332. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Univ. Md,, Dep. Zool., College Park 20742] 

95-007467 Cota Meza, Maria Soledad; Francisco de Lachica Bonilla and Alfonso Esqiiivel Herrera. 
lECOLOG CAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE MORPHOMETRIC DEVELOPMENT OF FIRST GILL-ARCH OF THE 
PACIFIC CHUB-MACKEREL SCOMBER /APON/CUS (HOUTTUYN).] Invest. Mar. CICIMAR fl(l):39.44, 1993. In 

Cienc. Mar. I.P.N., Apdo. Pos.a, 592, La Paz, 23000 B.C.S, Mexico] 



95-007468 Davenport, |. and C. Bradshaw, OBSERVATIONS ON SKIN COLOUR CHANGES IN JUVENILE 
LUMPSUCKERS./.f/s/tB/o/.47(1);143-154.1995.FR40(4) 

(Univ. Mar. Biol. Stn. Millport, Isle of Cumbrae KA28 OEG, Scotland] Cydopfems 'umpus. 

95-007469 David, Andrew W.; Churchill B. Crimes and ]. Jeffery Isely. VATERITE SAGITTAL OTOLITHS IN 
HATCHERY-REARED (UVENILE RED DRUMS. Prog. Fish-Cult. 56(4);301-303. 1994. FR 40(4) 

INatl. Mar. Fish. Serv., Southeast Fish. Sci. Cent., Panama City Lab., 3500 Dolwood Beach Rd, Panama City, 
FL 32408] Sc/aenops ocellatus. 

m nn?a7n DP la Hoz Eduardo and Rebeca AJdunate. [VARIATIONS OF THE TENDINOUS COMPLEX OF 
THE AL F-ASaC OF Th^ ^ADDUCTOR MANDIBULAE MUSCLE AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES IN THE 
PREMAXILLARY BITE MECHANISM, IN CAUQUE, AUS7ROMENIDIA AND BASMOmVS (TELEOSTEI, 
ATHER1NIDAE).] Rev. Blol. Mar. 29(2):235-249. 1994. In Spanish with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Lab. Zool., Univ. Calollca Valparaiso, Casllla 4059, Valparaiso, Chile] 



95-007471 Dhillon, A. K.; K. K. Tandon; S. K. Sahija; R. K. Chahal and A. Kumar. , * C } 

THE BRAIN OF SOME FRESHWATER BONY FISHES. Res. Bull. Pan/ab Univ. So. 43{M):1 29-142. 1993. FR 40(4) 

IDeo Zool, Paniab Univ., Cliandigarh-160 014, India] C/ossogob/us gnmis, Ambasas nama, Co Isa lasciata 

M^SmbelJsarnSL, Mystus tengara, Osleobrama coteo, Nemacheilus hotia, and tepidocephaftchlhys guniea. 

95-007472 Diaz de Astarloa, ]. M. AMBICOLORATION IN TWO FLOUNDERS, PAMUCHTHYS 
PATAGONICUS AND XYSTREUR/S RASIIL I Fish Biol, 47(1 >:1 68-1 70 1995, FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Cienc. Mar., Fac. Cienc. Exactas & Nat., Univ. Nac. Mar del Plata, Funes 3350 (7600), Mar del Plata, 
Argentina] 

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A - Faure and p ' Haffra v- IEVOLUTION or MORPHOMETRICAL 

, r f .] Measures for Success; Abstracts of Contributions Presented ar <te 

S ? Co , nferenc . e Bordeaux Aquacu/lure '94,' Bordeaux. France, March 23-25, 1994. /. Mtiir and F. Sevib, 
compos. Eur, AquaculL Soc 5pec. Pub/. No. 21. p. 149. 1994. In French FR 40(4) 

ISYSAAF, &5, rue St. Bricuc, 35042 Rennes, France) Oncorhynchus mykiss. 



R; Uwrence S ' Blumer ; Pierre Le ) eune ; phili PP^ Caudfn; Andrea Marconate- 
P ASYMMETRY 'N COTTUS 8AfRD/ and CCOBIO. Fish Communities ^ 

Tf f ? "^ t0 , R ' Ver to "8'' turf / Pallets: Second tatemat/ona/ Symposium on the Ecology rf 
IMO.FR40(4) ^'^^^-^^"S^UgSS./ohn Thorpe, e C /tor.PD/.A,ch.Hy'd ro fa;o/.37(1-2):209221 



MrrDArnKM nT . Peiier Dullem eijer. CORRELATION BETWEEN FEEDING HABITS AND 
HVdmWnl WiSSS^Ml?^ OI i REE H APLOCHROMiNE FISHES (PERCIFORMES). Pol. Arch 
H Y drob>oi 38(34):437-l47. 1 991 . In English with Polish summ. FR 40(4) 

Haplochiomis heusinkveldi and H. squamipinnis. 

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AreN n^^ CHANCES IN MY CARDIAI MORPHOLOGY OF 
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|F, S h Physiol. Lab., INRA, Can^p.s Beaulfeu, 35 042 Renn.s Cede*, France! Oncothyndw nykiss anr | ftA 

s^i^s^ 

[Dep. Gene Fisiol., Univ. Fed. Sao Carlas, C.P. 676, 13565-905 Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil] 

. 9 NTE& AND LOCOMOT.ON: T W 

In German with English summ. FR 40(4) AUANVtKTBRATES 'l ^ool. Syst. fvo/w/ons/oc/,.33(l):17-31. 1995. 



. 
/Inst. Zoo- & VWWtlertofsch. Berlin, Berlin, GefmanyJ 



o/ Conlrihuf/ow ftesw(ed af the KS r?l U ?. Y A J ETHOD -1 Www for 
BDK/ea UJt fe^ce, Manrfi PJ-25, /994 / Mufr and FsSc^L^f" Bordeaux Aquaculiuro '94,' 
p- 127-128. 1994. In French. FR 40(4) '' """"^ fur ^^wai/f. 5oc. 5pec. fti W No , 2 f 

(Dip. Sci. zootec., Via delle Cascine 5, 50144 Firenze, Italy] 



1995. Abslract only. FR 40(4) 
JDep. Biol., Univ. Cafif., Los Angeles 90024] 



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MORPHOLOGY (Continued) 

95-007485 Gordon, M. S.; I. Plaut and D. Kim. HYDROMECHANICS OF THE TETRAODONTIFORM MODE 
OF RIGID-BODY SWIMMING BY FISHES. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative 
Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor Physio! Zoo/ 
6B(4}Suppl. Sect.:55. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol., Univ. Calif., Los Angeles 90024] Arothron meleagris and A. nigropunctatus. 

95-007486 Graham, J. B.; K. E. Korsmeyer; N. C. Lai; R. E. Shadwick; T, Knower; H. Dewar and K A Dickson 
BIOMECHANICS, ENERGETICS, AND PHYSIOLOGY OF TUNA SWIMMING. Proceedings of the 4th 
International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995 Warren 
W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Secl.:54. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Scripps Inst. Oceanogr., Univ. Calif. - San Diego, La Jotla 92093-0204] 

95-007487 Greenwood, P. H. A REVISED FAMILIAL CLASSIFICATION FOR CERTAIN CIRRHITOID GENERA 
(TELEOSTEI, PERCOIDEI CIRRHITOIDEA), WITH COMMENTS ON THE GROUP'S MONOPHYLY AND 
TAXONOMIC RANKING. Bull. Nat. Hist. Mus. London (Zoo/.,)61(1);1-10. 1995. FR40(4) 
Data for 24 species. 

95-007488 Gualtieri, M.; G. Gen; P. Lupi; G. Parisl; O. Franci; M. Dell'Agnello and M Mecalli 
(MORPHOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF TELEOSTS DURING GROWTH. 2. MORPHOMETRICAl' 
MEASUREMENTS OF SEA BASS (DICENJRARCHUS MB/MX).] Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions 
Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquacuhure '9-1," Bordeaux, France, Match 23-25, 1904 f 
Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 2 1 . p. 1 29-1 30. 1 994. In French. FR 40(4) 
(Dip, Sci. zootec., Via Cascine 5, 501 44 Firenze, Italy] 

95-007489 Haladca, Karel. EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT OF BROWN TROUT (SALMO 7RUTTA M MR/Oi 
Folia Zoo/. 44(2):175-184. 1995. FR 40(4} 

[Insl. Landscape Ecol., Acad. Sci. Czech Republic, Kvelna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] 

95-007490 Johnston, I. A. MUSCLE POWER OUTPUT DURING BALLISTIC SWIMMING MOVEMENTS IN 
FISH. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham 
UK, 6-1 / August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4}Suppl. Sccl.:53. 1995. Abstract only 
FR 40(4) 

[Gaily Mar. Lab., Sch. Biol. & Med, Sci., Univ. St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Fife KYI 6 BLG, Scotland! 
Myoxocephalus scorpitis. 

95-007491 Johnston, Ian A.; Vera L. A. Vieira and Marguerite Abercromby. TEMPERATURE AND 
MYOGENESIS IN EMBRYOS OF THE ATLANTIC HERRING CiUPM/-M/VCUS./. fx/j. Sib/, 19ii(6)'1389-140'l 
1 995. FR 40(3) [Catty Mar. Lab., Sch. Biol. & Med. Sci., Univ. St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Fife KYI 6 BLB, Scotland j 

95-007492 Kiriakos, 2.; G. Koumoundouros; P. Divanach and M. Kentouri. PRELARVAL AND LARVAI 
DESCRIPTION OF NOTOCHORD DEVELOPMENT AS A CRITERION FOR EARLY DETECTION OF TAlf 
ABNORMALITIES IN GILTHEAD SEABREAM (SPARUS AURATA). Measures for Success: Abstracts of 
Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 
23-25, 1994J. MuirandF. 5ew'/a, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 117-118. 1994. FR 40(4) 
(inst. Mar. Biol. Crete, P.O. Box 2214, 71003 Iraktio, Crete, Creece| 

95-007493 Kondo, Shlgeru and Rihito Asai. A REACTION-DIFFUSION WAVE ON THE SKIN OF THE MARINF 
ANCELFISH POMACANTHUS. Nature (Land.) 376{6543):765-771. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Kyoto Univ., Cent. Mol. Biol. & Genet., Shogoin-Kawnharacho 53, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan) 

95-007494 Koumoundouros, G.; Z. Kiriakos; P. Divanach and M. Kentouri. MORPHOMETRIC 
RELATIONSHIPS AS CRITERIA FOR THE EVALUATION OF CULTURE CONDITIONS OF GILTHEAD SEA 
BREAM (SPARUS AURATA) AT THE LARVAL STAGE. Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions at t/ic 
International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. 1. Muir and F Sevila 
compilers, Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 121-123. 1994. FR 40(4) 
(Insl. Mar. Biol. Crete, P.O. Box 2214, 71003 Iraklio, Crete, Greece) 

95-007495 Krum, Howard; Robert CooperandGeorgeTzinas.UROLITHIASIS IN AWI IITESPOTTEDFILEFISI I 
CANTHERHINES MACROCERUS; A CASE REPORT. Proc. Int. Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Med. Vol. 25. p. 131-136. 
1994. FR 40(4) M 

(New England Aquarium, Vet. Serv./ACL, Central Wharf, Boston, MA 021 1 0] 

95-007496 Kushnlrov, D. and G. Deganl. SEXUAL DIMORPHISM IN YELLOW EUROPEAN EELS, ANCUILIA 
ANCUILLA (L). Aquacult. Res. 26(6):409-41 4. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
(Degani: Golan Res. Inst., Katzrln, Israel) 

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MORPHOLOGY (Continued) 

SA^ULAR OTOUT' H S n FRO MORPHOLOGY AND ULTRASTRUCTL/RE OF 

MACROURIDAE) FROlI THE SOUTH ^^ C ^ f . C ^^ <^O^^US lCAD\fOKM& 

ICSIC-lnst CiPnr M r PI " "f* 51 ATLANTIC. J. Morpho/. 225 2):, 79-192. 1995. FR 40(4) 
C. ^Cbt^^'^ 1 S/n ' 8039 Barcelona. Catalonia, Spain) C caetorWnc.1 C. 



^ 
|Ma, Sd. Cen,, Ncr t hea s , Univ., E. Point, Nahant, MA 0, 908|S sp/e^en, 

^STION^^M^^ THE SIAMESE FIGHTING FISH. ... THE 

vo/. 45{6):314-326. 1995 F R To(4) OPERCULAR DISPLAY MOTONEURONS. Brain flchav. 

[Mar. Sri. Cen,, Northeast. Univ., E. Point, Nahan,, MA 0,908! Bens sp/enden, 



OL ^CTORY BULB ,N THE CHINOOK SALMON 
N eutos ci., U,iv0 e ' ** ^(^'08,20. ,995. FR 40,4) 



,,PEFORMAT,ON. Nal u r e^nd.)376(6543 ): 72 2 -7 



, , mactl , 

MORPHOLOCICAL>ATTE 3 RN K DU e RING%Hrr i R^ COMPARISON OF THE CHANGE IN 

AND LIZA 5ALIENS FROM WKTERN . GREECE ?S? ^5 F E GREY MULLETS LIZA MMAOA 
Pool. Lab.,Dep. Bio., Univ. Pa,! 26UO pits G] ^ 23(1 ' 2):143 - 155 - 1995 ' FR W 



COMMERCIAL MARINE FISH 
IB* Sc, BrancK Ce P . Fish. 4 Oceans, ^"*' ' " 3 ' FR 



^ AND HETE R OZVGOS,TY (NFLUENCE THE 

,9/5 F^oif ^ M ' NNOW ' PWOJffW ^ WOX/WS (I .) 



IZool. MUS, Univ. Zurich, VVin, er h ur ors,r. 190, CH-80S7 Zurich, Sw., zer(and , 



, THE -, Tro P . 



, P Mo |. & fle hav, Univ. Calif., Davis 956,6) " ' 

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MORPHOLOGY (Continued) 

95-007512 Powell, Allyn B. and Theresa Henley. EGG AND LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF 
LABORATORY-REARED GULF FLOUNDER, PARALICHJHYS ALBICUTTA, AND SOUTHERN FLOUNDER P. 
LETHOSJICMA (PISCES, PARALICHTHYIDAE). US. Wai/. Mar. Fish. Serv. Fish. Bull. 93(3}:504-51 5, 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Beaufort Lab., Southeast Fish, Set. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, 101 Rivers Island Rd, Beaufort, NC 28516-9722] 

95-00751 3 Radtke, Richard L FORENSIC BIOLOGICAL PURSUITS OF EXOTIC FISH ORIGINS' PIRANHA IN 
HAWAII. Environ. Biol. Fishes 43(4):393-399. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(Sch. Ocean & Earth Set. & Technol., Univ. Hawaii, 1 000 Pope Rd., MSB 632, Honolulu 968221 Pyeocentrus 
nattered. 

95-007514 Rahman, M. F.; B. V. Govind and S, L. Raghavan. OSTEOLOGICAL MALFORMATION IN SILVER 
CARP. I. Inland Fish. Soc. India 1 9(2):67-68. 1 987. FR 40(4) 
Hypophthalmichlhys molilrix in India. 

95-007515 Rahman, M, F.; S. L. Raghavan; P. K. Sukumaran and S. Ayyappan. A FREAK DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 
IN ORRHINUS MRIGALA (HAMILTON). /. Inland Fish, Soc. India 2 1 (2):52-53. 1 989. FR 40(4) 

95-007516 Ramaseshu, A. HISTOMORPHOMETRIC CHANGES IN THE OVARY OF A FRESH WATER 
TELEOST OF CLARIAS BATRACHUS (L.) TREATED WITH ALUUM CEPA (L). Proc. W. Va. Acad Sci 67(1 VI 3-14 
1995, Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Blol., W.Va. Inst. Technol., Montgomery 251361 

95-007517 Raymond, Pamela A.; Linda K. Barthel and Gary A. Curran. DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERNING OF 
ROD AND CONE PHOTO RECEPTORS IN EMBRYONIC ZEBRAFISH. I Comp. Neurot. 359MV537-550 1995 
FR40(4) ' 

(Dep. Anal, & Cell Biol., Univ. Mich. Med. Sch., Ann Arbor 481 09-061 6] Dan/o rerio. 

95-00751 8 Riehl, R. and R. Bless. FIRST REPORT ON EGG DEPOSITION AND EGG MORPHOLOGY OF THE 
ENDANGERED ENDEMIC ROMANIAN PERCH. /. Fish Biol. 4C(.6):1086-1090. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Inst. Zool. (Morphol. & Zellblol.) Univ., Universitaetsstr. 1, D-40225 Duesseldorf, Germany! Romanichttys 
valsanicola. 

95-007519 Rome, L. C. TOTAL POWER GENERATED BY THE FISH'S MUSCULATURE DURING STEADY 
SWIMMING. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, 
Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995. Warren W. Buregren, editor. Physiol. Zool. 68(4)Suppl. Sect '53 1995 
Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Biol. Dep,, Univ. Pa., Philadelphia 19104] 

95-007520 Saeed, B.; W. Ivantsoff and L E. L. M, Crowley. SYSTEMATIC RELATIONSHIPS OF ATHERINIFORM 
FAMILIES WITHIN DIVISION I OF THE SERIES ATHERINOMORPHA (ACANTHOPTERYGM) WITH RELEVANT 
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES. I. Ichthyol. 34(9):27-72. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Sch. Blol. Sci., Macquarle Univ., N.S.W., Australial 

95-007521 Saloh, T.; O. Hlsatomi and F. Tokunaga. ARRANGEMENT OF PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS AND 
DISTRIBUTION OF VISUAL PIGMENTS IN THE KILLIFISH RETINA. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress 
of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 J August 1995. Warren W. Burggten, editor. 
Physiol. Zool. 68(4}Suppl. Sect.:1 61. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Biol., Fac. Sci., Osaka Univ., Osaka, Japan] 

95-007522 Seri, Shigemi; Tokuko Watanabe; Masashi Maita; Nobuaki Okamoio; Yuji Hashiguchl; Chieko 
Fujimoto and Kumiko Iwal. [APPLICATION OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING TO FISHES,] Nippon Suisan 
CaMcaisrii 6 1(3):33 1-338. 1995, In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Cent. Res. Lab., Nihon Medi-physlcs Co., Ltd., Sodegaura, Chlba 299-02, Japan] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-007523 Shardo, Judith D. COMPARATIVE EMBRYOLOGY OF TELGOSTEAN FISHES. I. DEVELOPMENT 
AND STAGING OFTHE AMERICAN SHAD, ALOSA SAPIDISSIMA (WILSON, 181 lUMorpno/. 225(2):125-167. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Blol. Sci., Univ. S. Ala., Mobile 36688-0002] Data for nine other species. 

95-007524 Sinha, M. RACIAL ANALYSIS OF PLOJOSUS CANIUS HAMILTON FROM HOOGHLY-MATLAH 
ESTUARY AND CHILKA LAKE, /. Mar. Blol. Assoc. India 23(1&2):7-14. 1981 . FR 40(4) 

95-007525 Sire, Jean-Yves and Ann Huysseune. FINE STRUCTURE OF THE DEVELOPING FRONTAL BONES ' 
AND SCALES OF THE CRANIAL VAULT IN THE CICHLID FISH HEMICHROMIS BIMACULA7US (TELEOSTEI, 
PERCIFORMES).Ce//T/ssueRes. 273(3):51 1-524. 1993, FR 40(4) 

[CNRS ERA 1137, ER Formations Squeleltiques, Univ. Paris 7, Lab. Anal, comparee, Case 7077, 2, Place 
Jussieu, F-75251 Paris Cedex 05, France] 

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95-007526 Smirnova, O. G. RETINAL STRUCTURE OF BAIKAL OILFISHES OF THE ENDEMIC FAMILY 
CQMEPHQRIDAE. ). Ichthyol. 35(1):139-145. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[LimnQ!ogical Inst., Siberian Branch, Russian Acad. Sci,, Irkutsk, Russia] Comephorus baikatensis and C 



cii in Russia. 

95-007527 Smith, Stephen A.; Thomas Caceci and John L. Robertson, OCCURRENCE OF RODLET CELLS IN 
THE VASCULAR SYSTEM OF ANCELFISH (PTEROPHYtLUM SCALARE SCAiARE) ASSOCIATED WITH TISSUE 
PATHOLOGY. Proc. Int. Assoc. Aqual Anim. Med. Vol. 25. p. 145. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Palhobiol. & Biomed. Sci., Va.- Md. Reg. Coll. Vet. Med., VPI & SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061 1 

95-007528 Sloskopf, Michael K. ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF SHARKS. In: Fish Medicine. Micbaei ti. 
Stosfcopi editor, p. 749-753. 1993. FR 40{4) 

IDep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vet. Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607] 

95-007529 Stoskopf, Michael K. ANATOMY. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Sloskopf, editor, p. 2-30. 1993. 
FR40(4) P 

[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med, Coll. Vel. Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607] tctalurus 
punctalus, Carassius auratus, Acipenser, Plerophyf/um, Pomacartthus, Hippocampus, Sphyrna tiburo, and Dasyalis 

a mQi-fV--itt-i 



amencana. 



95-007530 Stoskopf, Michael K. FISH HISTOLOGY. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, n. 31-47. 
1993.FR40(4] 

[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med, Coll. Vet. Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607] 

95-007531 Tandon,K.K.;M.S.johalandS.Bala.MORPHOMETRYOFC(R/!HJNU5REBA(HAMILTON}FROM 

KANjLI WETLAND, PUNJAB, INDIA. Res. Bull. Panjab Univ. Sci. 43(1-4):73-80. 1993. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Zool, Panjab Univ., Chandigarh-160 014, India] 

95-007532 Thompson, Kip R. and Daniel W. Beckman. VALIDATION OF AGE ESTIMATES FROM WHITE 
SUCKER OTOLITHS. Trans. Am. Fish. Sac. 124(4):637-639. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(Mar. Environ. Sci. Consort., Dauphin Island Sea Lab., P.O. Box 369-370, Dauphin Island, AL 3652B| 
CaltKiomus cammersoni in Missouri. 

95-007533 Torroba, M.; A. Chiba; A. Vicente; A. Varas; R. SdcecJon; E. Jimenez; Y. Honma and A. G. Z.inala, 
MACROPHAGE-LYMPHOCYTE CELL CLUSTERS IN THE HYPOTHALAMIC VENTRICLE OF SOME 

ElASMOBRANCH FISH: ULTRASTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND POSSIBLE FUNCTIONAL SIGNIFICANCE Anat 
Rec. 242{3):400-410. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Zapala: Dep. Cell Biol., Fac. Biol., Complutense Univ., 38040 Madrid, Spain] Dasyatis akaiei, Triakis scvltium 
Muste/us manazo, and Scyiiorhinus lomzame. 

95-007534 Turingan, Ralph G.; Peter C. Wainwright and Dannie A. Hensley. INTERPOPULATION VARIATION 
B ' MECHANICS IN CARIBBEAN TRIGCERFISHES. Oeco/ogi, 



[Dep. Biol. Sci., F| 3 . Stale Univ., Tallahassee 32306-3050] Batistes vetula, Meiichthys niger, Xanthichthvs 
nngens, and Cantherhmes macracerus. r 

95-007535 van den Berg, C. THE RELATION BETWEEN BRANCHIAL SIEVE MOVEMENTS AMn 

^I N FFED1NC ' N COMMON BREAM W K >$ *MMA) AND WHm i BREAM W 
^' N ^? IMA - G ' NC F THE WATERFLOW IN THE HEAD OF A BREATHING CARP ttyS 

} f - p / ocee , d z\\^^ 

AugM 1995. Wanen W. Burggw, editor. Physiol. Zool. 68(4}Sup P I.Sec.,41. 1995. Abstract o 



(Dep. Zool., Univ. Cambridge, Cambridge, England. e-mail:cv10005@hermes.cam.ac.ukj 

S^ 
C^np^fhf^hl^ 
editor. Phys,ol. Zool. 68(4)Su PP F. Secl.;56. 1995. Abstract only FR 40(4) Burggnn 



(Sci. Res. Zool. Mus., Moscow State Univ., Moscow, Russia] 

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MORPHOLOGY (Continued) 

95-007538 Veldkamp, Ronnie. THE USE OF CHEWING PADS FOR ESTIMATING THE CONSUMPTION OF 
CYPRINIDS BY CORMORANTS PHALACROCORAX CARBO. Special Issue: Cormorant, Phalacrocorax carbo. 
Mennoban van Eerden, Kees Koffijberg, Maarten Platteeuw, and Merino Z'tjlstra, editors. Ardea 83{1):135-138. 
1 995. FR 40(4) 

[De Rikking 46, NL-8332 CG Steenwijk, Netherlands] Data for seven species. 

95-007539 Vischer, Heinrich A. ELECTRO RECEPTOR DEVELOPMENT IN THE ELECTRIC FISH E1GENMANNIA: 
AHISTOLOGICALAND ULTRASTRUCTURAL STUDY J. Comp. Neurol. 360(1):81-100. 1995. FR40(4) 
[Dep. Pharmacol., Biocenl., Univ. Basel, Klingelbergstr. 70, CH-4056 Basel, Swil2erland| 

95-007540 Wainwright, Peler C.; Ralph G. Turingan and Elizabelh L Brainerd. FUNCTIONAL MORPHOLOGY 
OF PUFFERFISH INFLATION: MECHANISM OF THE BUCCAL PUMP. Cope/a 1 995(3):61 4-625. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Biol. Sci., Fla. State Univ., Tallahassee 32306-3050] Chilomycterus schocpfi. 

95-007541 Wall A E; D. L. Williams; E. ]. Branson; W. M. Brancker and M. Williamson. OCULAR 
ABNORMALITIES IN FARMED TURBOT (HIPPOGLOSSUS HIPPOGLOSSUS L.). International Symposium on 
Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald 
P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-90, 1 994. FR 40(4) 
(Vei. Surgery, Rogart, Sutherland, Scotland] 

95-007542 Wardle, C. S.; J. J. Videler and J. D. Altrlngham. TUNING IN TO FISH SWIMMING WAVES: BODY 
FORM, SWIMMING MODE AND MUSCLE FUNCTION.! Exp. Biol. 198(B):1 629-1636. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Allringham: Dep. Pure & Appl. Biol,, Univ. Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, England] 

95-007543 Welsh, Sluart A. and Richard L. Raesly. THE MORPHOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF 
INSULARIZATION IN THE CHECKERED SCULPIN. Proc. W. Va. Acad. Sci 67(1):10-11. 1995. Abslract only. 

FR40(4) , . ,. 

JCoop. Fish & Wildt. Res. Unit, Morgantown, WV 2&506] Coitus girardi. 

95-007544 Zelditch, Miriam Leah; William L. Fink and Donald L. Swiderski. MORPHOMETRICS, 
HOMOLOGY, AND PHYLOGENETICS: QUANTIFIED CHARACTERS AS SYNAPOMORPHIES. Sysl. Biol. 
44(2):179-189.1995.FR40(4) 

[Mus. Paleontol,, Univ. Mich., Ann Arbor 48109, e-mail:zelditch@umrc.edu] Pygopnstis denticulate, 
Serrasalmus gouldingi, Pygocentrus car/be, P. nattereri, and P. p/raya, 

95-007545 Acierno, R,; ]. A. Macdonald; C. Agnisola and B. Tola. BLOOD VOLUME IN THE 
HEMOGLOBINLESS ANTARCTIC TELEOST CH/ONODRACO HAMA7US (LONNBERG). I. Exp- Zoo/. 
272(5):407-4Q9, 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dip. Biol., Univ. Lecce, 1-73100 Lecce, Ualyl 

95-007546 Adams, C. E.; F. A. Huntingford and M. Jobllng. A NON-DESTRUCTIVE MORPHOMETRIC 
TECHNIQUE FOR ESTIMATION OF BODY AND MESENTERIC LIPID IN ARCTIC CHARR: A CASE STUDY OF 
ITSAPPLICATION./.r7shBio/.47(l):82-90.1995.FR40(4} ,,,. c .1 .1 

[Fish Behav. & Ecol. Group, Univ. Field Sin,, Univ. Glasgow, Rowardonnan, Glasgow GC.3 OAW, Scotland! 
Satvelinus alpinus, 

95-007547 Agullar, N, M. and J, B. Graham. THE RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY OF AIR-BREATHING GOBIES. 
Proceedings of the 4lh International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6- 1 J 
August 1995. Wanen W. Burggrcn, editor. P/iys/o/, Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:72. 1995. Abstract only. PR 40(4} 

(Scripps Insl. Oceanogr., Univ. Calif. - San Diego, La Jolla 92093-0204] Perlophthalmodon barbatus and 
Gillkhihys mirabilis. 

95-00754B Ahmed, Javeed and N. S. Mahendrakar. EFFECT OF DIFFERENT LEVELS OF MOLASSES AND SALT 
ON ACID PRODUCTION AND VOLUME OF FERMENTING MASS DURING ENSILING OF TROPICAL 
FRESHWATER FISH VISCERA. ]. Food Sci. Techno/. 32(2):1 1 5-1 1 0. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Mahendrakar: Anim. Prod. Technol. Dep,, Cent. Food Technol. Res. Insl, Mysore-570 013, India] Labeo 
rohita, Cyprinus carpio, Gibe/ion caf/a, and Cirrhinus mriga/a. 

95-007549 Aksler, |-|. A.; ]. T. M. Koumans; J. Cuelenaere and ]. W. M. Osse. UPTAKE OF TRITIATED 
THYMIDINE IN MUSCLE OF JUVENILE CARP. /. Fish Biol. 47(1 ):1 65-1 67. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Exp. Anim. Morpliol. & Cell Biol., Agric. Univ., Marijkeweg 40, NL-6709 PC Wagenmgen, Netherlands] 
Cyprinus carpio. 

95-007550 Amano, Masafumi; Susumu Hyodo; Shoji Kitamura; Kazumasa Ikula; Yuzuru Suzuki; Akihisa Urano 
and Katsuml Aida. SALMON GnRH SYNTHESIS IN THE PREOPTIC AREA AND THE VENTRAL 
TELENCEPHALON IS ACTIVATED DURING GONADAL MATURATION IN FEMALE MASU SALMON. Gen. 
Comp. Endocrlnol. 99(1):13-21, 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Nikko Branch, Nat. Res. Inst. Aquacull., Nikko, Tochigi, Japan] Oncornyncnus masou. 

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SALMON GnRH SYNTHESIS AND PRFmr.^^^^ PREOPTIC AND VENTRAL TELENEPHALK 
SALMON. Ge,Co m pTd^ IN UNDERYEARUNC MALE MASL 

[Nikko Branch, Na, Res. Ins,. Aquacult, Nikko, Tochigi, ji^, Oncor^us masou . 



DEFENSE MECHANISMS IN FISH 
on Aquatic toimarHea fa P J^ S AN CONT AMINANT EXPOSURE. 

4-5, 1994 Ronald P. Heffind fam fi E "^ She "' ' 1 H ' e/ ' Se3 " /e ' WasW "* 

IM^.I ni^i c V . L " dna ' ames K - Wmion, organizers, p. P-73 1994 FR 4QI4\ 

95 007553 HM " h ""' L3b " ' 7 LMtOWn Rd " ^^e, WV 25430] 

EI^MOBRANCH^ISH- POSSIBLMNTFJIf^^ N ' Ha2on ' N ATRIURETIC HORMONES IS 

4th toiwna^a/ CLof? WITH OTHER ENDOCRINE SYSTEMS, ftocecdfass offc 



ORHINU^NICU^ OF THE EMETIC RESPONSE IN THi 

, fl/rm/ ^/,^;^ 

Secr.:62. 1995. Abstract only FR40|4) " W Bl/rggren ' ed/tor ' P/) ^ o/ ' Zoo/ ' fr^^lSupfl 

IDep. Physio,., S, George, H OS p. Med. Sd,, Cranmer Tc-race, London SW1 7 ORE, England, 

OUT SF* Sm^D V RSH ; l^ kiea^ / W^ a " d '' '^ THE PE ASES '- EAK '^ 
/ntwnattonal Conference 'Bordeaux Aouac^'S.? ,< r A/ "" acls of ConW6iitio n s fresenlec/ fl( tN 



. em ., Acad . Sc , C,ecn Rep p Czec h Republic] , n 

HEMATOLOGY OF FOOD FISH RAISED i, 
1995.FR40(4) V ^UL.UKt tNVIRONMENT. Prac. InL Axoc.Aquat.Anim. Med Vot 26 p 21 



oceefe ^T e 4 ,^i n , N ? ER , S ^ STEMS 1N THE RAINBOW TROUT 
'.,^ ,/9? v ^ 
. Absiract only. FR 40(4) u "'-'-' i ' na " Mlv - fl '"ffiwacdi(w.P/iyito/.Zoo/. 68(4}Suppl Sect' Js7 

[Dop. Zoophystol, Univ. Cotoborg, Coteborg, Sweden] 






Biol., Univ. Bergen, 5020 Bergen, Noway) 

>n. OXVHPM DAOTI ii nn .__ 

I THE 



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MARICULTURE (Continued) 



' AQUAFARMING IN COASTAL INDIA ' 



Mrr PaU l. Dl AN INTECRATED APPROACH TO AQUACULTURE SITE SELECTION AND 

MANAGEMENT Proceedings of the Canada-Norway Workshop on Environmental Impacts of AquacuHurc. A. 
tnik, I . Kupka Hansen, and V. Wennevik, editors. Fisken Have!. No. 13. p. 53-60. 1 994 FR 40(4} 



. . . . . . 

lAquaculL Coord Off., Dep. Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 550, Halifax, NS, Canada B3J 257. 
e-mail:pkeizer@biome.bio.dfo.ca| 



Mrw,o L n E ' MPACT F DISEA SES OF PEN.REARED SALMONIDS ON COASTAL 

MARINE ENVIRONMENTS Proceedings of the Canada-Norvva, Workshop on Environmental Impacts of 
Aquacuiiure. A. Ervik, P. Kupka Hansen, and V, Wennevik, editors. Fisken Havel. No 13 p 85-95 1994 FR 40(4) 
[Dcp. Fish. & Oceans, Biol. Sci. Branch, Pac. Biol. Sin., Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6] 



E<fwards ; N ' MacDougall and K. Black. INTERACTION OF CURRENTS, FISH 
EFARMINGREECE ^^ U resfo f S 1J cce5s:Ab S iraa5ofComr/b (J( /onsP^ ertt erf 

at the International Conference Bordeaux Aquacu/ture '94,' Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. / Muir and f. 

bevila, compiteis. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21 p 49-50 1994 FR 40(4) 

PA34 4AD ' Scolland ' S P art 



Mm FT 8 L inf rfS', n?T- MA , N ' PULAT ' ON OF OVARIAN DEVELOPMENT AND SPAWNING IN GREY 
MULLET, MUCIL CtPHALUS L Isr. J. Aquacull Bam;c/ge/i47(2):43-58. 1 995 FR 40(4) 
jlnst. F,sh. Sci., Nail. Taiwan Univ., 1 Roosevell Rd., Seel, 4, Taipei, Taiwan 106] 

95-007:288 Lazzari A. and M. DiBitelto. OFFSHORE CAGE FARMING IN SICILY Measures for Success' 

MaSM C ^ 

FR40(4) M 4f. Seviia, confers. ur . Aquacu/t Soc. Spec. Pufaf No. 21. p. 270-279. 1994. 



' OM Rome ' 






[F. S h, & Oceans, West Vancouver Lab., 4160 Marine Dr., West Vancouver, BC, Canada V7V 1N6] 
[Croupe Rech. /whlhewquaculr, Univ. Ca<lix, Con,plejo Gene. Mar, 1 1510 P.er.o Real (Cadiz), Spain| 

\fac. Agnc.. Kyushu Univ., Fuktiok.1 812, j,ipan| 

Aquacultuie '94,' Bordeaux, France, March 23-25 1994 I M, ,Sf ci i /ntema na ' Conference "Bordeaux 

' Sevila - comllers - 



, reaux, rance, arc 23-25 1994 I M, ,f c i ux 

. No. 2 1 , p. 1 60- 1 6 1 . 1994. FR 40(4} ' Sevila - com P llers - &r. Aquacult. Soc. Spec 

(Sin. Exp. Aquaojli. IFREMER, Chemin Maguelone, 34250 Palavas Ftots, France) 

S^^^ 

Come r e,ce -Bordeaux Aquacukuv 'H' ISelu* "a^i i2?A^f S^a^J 8 ? 6 "'*' '"" (/ie '"< e t/ona/ 
fur. ^ flwcu /t 5oc. Spec Pub!. No. 21. p 44 lS FR 40^ "^ * 5ev/fe - 

|Dep. Maritime Studies & ,,. Transpor|( Uni , Wa|es Cfl|j p>o< Qo>( g ^ 



lione; Marie,,,. & Fhh . Dep, Kuwai, J nsl . Sci. Res., P.O. Box 1638, Salmiva 2201 7, Kuwait, 



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PHYSIOLOGY (Cunlinued) 

95-007574 Bomgren, P.; B.Holsteinand A,C,)onsson. CHARACTERIZATION WITH ANTAGONI5TSOFTHE 
HISTAM1NE RECEPTOR MEDIATING STIMULATION OF GASTRIC ACID SECRETION IN THE COD, CADUS 
MORHUA. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Br'oc/iemfslry, 
Birmingham, UK, 6-1 (August! 995. Warren W. Surggren, editor. p/wsio/. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl.Sect.:62. 1995. Abslpatl 
only. FR 40(4) 

[Unfv. Goteborg, Goteborg, Sweden] 

95-007575 Borger, R.; ]. Van Audekerke; R. Blust and A. Van der Linden. IN VIVO AND NON INVASWf 
MEASUREMENT OF TEMPERATURE STRESS INDUCED CHANGES IN THE ENERGY METABOLISM Of THE 
COMMON CARP, BY 31 P-NMRS. Proceedings of the 4th /nlernationaf Congress of Comparative Physiology sn-i 
Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 1 August 1995. Warren W, Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sectrl 76. 
1 995. Ab^ract only. FR 40(4) 

|Ecoph,ysiol. & Biochern., Univ. Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium] Cypr/nus carpio. 

95-007576 Borrebaek, B.; R. Waagbo; B. Chrislophersen; M. Tranulis; G.-l. Hemre and A. Krogdaht. SALMON 
LIVER GLUCOKINASE. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Phys/o/ogyanc/B/Qcriemistry. 
Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995. Warren W. flurggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Secl.:13Q. 199S 
Abslraci only. FR40(4) 

[Dep. Biochent., Physiol. & Nutr., Norwegian Coll. Vet. Med., Oslo, Norway] Salmo salar. 

95-007577 Brauner,C.J.;K.M.CilmourandS,F. Perry. THE EFFECT OF VARYING VENOUS BLOOD OXYGEN 
TENSIONS ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN MOVEMENTS OF OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE IN . 
RAINBOW TROUT. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemhirf, . 
Birmingham, UK, 6- 1 J August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physio/. Zoof. 6B(4)Supp!.Sect.:99. 1 995. Abstract = 
only. FR 40(4) / i J PP ^ 

(Dep. ZooL, Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada) Oncorhynchus mykbs. 

95-007578 Bridges, C. R.; ]. Freitag and V. Harder. INTERMITTENT VENTILATION IN VIVO AND IN SITU IS 
INTERTIDAL FISH - EFFECTS ON CIRCULATION AND THE ROLE OF HYPOXIA, HYPEROXIA AND 
AIR-BREATHING. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Bi'oc/iernistr, 
Bjrmi'ngnam, UK, 6-11 August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physio/. Zoo/. 68(4}5upp1. Sect.:90. ^995. Abstrac 

only. FR 40(4) Fl 

IZoophysiol., Heinrich'Heine Univ., Duesseldorf, Germany] B/enniusp/io/isand Periophthalmodon hnrhatu 

95-007579 Brown, Lydia A. ANESTHESIA AND RESTRAINT. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editv 
p. 79-90- I993.FR J0(4) 

jAquacult. A Anim. Health, Abbotl tab., West Comeldon, Salisbury, England) 

95-OD75BO Bullis. Robert A. CLINICAL PATHOLOGY OF TEMPERATE FRESHWATER AND ESTUARINf' 
FISHfS. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 232-239. 1993. FR 40(4) 
(Lab. Mar. Anim. Health, Mar. Bfol. Lab., Woods Hole, MA] Data for 24 species. 

95-007581 Burggren, Warren W., editor. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 4th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS Q* ' 
COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY, BIRMINGHAM, UK, 6-11 AUGUST 1995 Phvslnl 7mf 
68(4)Suppi. Secl.:M98. 1 995. FR 40(4) ' Y 

(Dep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Nev., Box 454004, Las Vegas 89154-4004. tel.702-895-3780; fax-702-895-4704- 
wnail.-kritteccmail.nevada.eduj Separatefy paginated section at back of issue. Selected paper flnci 
indexed in this rssue of Fisheries Review. 



95-007582 Burton, M. P. M. METABOLIC DEPRESSION DURING WINTER IN WINTER 
SOME PHYSrOLOCICAL CONSEQUENCES OF NOT FEEDING FOR 50% OF THE YEAR rees 
41/1 Internationa! Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-11 Aueutt 1VK 
Warren W. Burggren editor. Physio!. Zoo!. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:l 24. 1 995. Abstract only FR 40(4) 
SC '' ^"^ Mem0r ' al Un ' V Newfoundland, St. John's, NF, Canada] 



95-007583 Butler, D.C. and G. Y. Oudit. REDUCTION IN CARDIAC OUTPUT IS THE PRIMARY MmiAUKtt 
FOR THE DEPRESSOR ACTION OF NATRIURETIC PEPTIDES (ANP AND CNP) JN FRKHWATpJ ^ K 
ANOJILLA ROS7RATA LESUEUR. Proceeds of the 4,h International Q>n8^SJ^^^S^^ 

^ 5 s 



[Dep. ZooL, Univ. Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada) 

95-007584 Cahu, C. L. and J. L. Zambonlno Infante. EFFECT OF THE MOLECULAR FORM 
NITROGEN SUPPLY IN SEA BASS LARVAE: RESPONSE OF PANCREATIC ENZYME ?Am 
PEPTIDASES.fis7 J %s/o/.Bfoc/iem.l4(3):209-214.1995 FR 40(4) L tr^YMES AND 



B.P. 70, 29280 Plouzane, 

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95-0075B5 Cameron, Bruce Andrew, PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATION OF ANION 
MOVEMENTS IN THE RED BLOOD CELLS OF A PRIMITIVE VERTEBRATE, THE SEA LAMPREY (PE7ROMYZON 
MARINUS). M.S. thesis, Queen's Univ. Kingston {Canada) 94p. 1994. From Masters Abslr. Int. 33(2}:482. 1995. 
Order No. MAMM90274. FR 40(4) 

95-007586 Carlson, R. E.; E. P. Baker and R. E. Fuller. IMMUNOLOCICAL ASSESSMENT OF HYBRID STRIPED 
BASS AT THREE CULTURE TEMPERATURES. Fish & 'Shellfish Immunol. 5(5):359-373. 1 995, FR 40(4) 
{Dep. Fish., Anim. & Vet. Sci., Univ. R.I., Kingston 02881 ] Morons saxatilis x M. chrysops, 

95-007587 Carpene, E.; R. Serra; G: Isani; O. Cattani and P. Cortesi. SEASONAL VARIATIONS OF TRACE 
ELEMENTS IN G1LTHEAD (SPARUS AURATA) DURING THE GROWING SEASON. Proceedings of ihe 4th 
International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 1 August 1995. Warren 
W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zool. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:53. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Biochem,, Vet. Sect,, Univ. Bologna, Bologna, Italy] 

95-007588 Cataldi, E.; P. Bronzi; E. Ciccotli; P. Di Marco; O. Di Santo; P. Pucci; G. Venturini and S. Calaudella. 
ACCLIMATION TRIALS OF THE ITALIAN STURGEON (ACIPENSER NACCAR1I) TO SALTWATER. Measures (or 
Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquacullure '94,' 
Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. | Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. 
p. 146-147. 1994.FR40(4) 

[Dip. Biol., Univ. Tor Vergala," Rome, Italy] 

95-007589 Cerra, M. C; M. Canonaco; R. M. Facciolo and B. Tola. THE EVALUATION OF CNP BINDING 
SITES IN THE HEART OF A TELEOST AND AN ELASMOBRANCH FISH. Proceedings of the 4th International 
Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6- / 1 August 1 995. Warren W. Burggren, 
editor. Physiol. Zool. 68(4)Suppl. Scct.:181. 1995. Abstract only, FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Cell. Biol., Univ. Calabria, Zool. Stn. A. Dohrn, Napoll, Italy] Scyliorhinus stellaris and Anguilla anguillit. 

95-007590 Chang, Ching-Fong; Shih-Chleh Lan and Hsln-Ylu Chou. GONADAL HISTOLOGY AND PLASMA 
SEX STEROIDS DURING SEX DIFFERENTIATION IN GREY' MULLET, MUCH. CEPHALUS. I. Exp. Zool. 
272(5):395-406, 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Aquacull., Natl. Taiwan Ocean Univ., Keelung, Taiwan 20224] 

95-007591 Chauvaud, Laurent; Jacky Cosson; Marc Suquet and Roland Billard. SPERM MOTILITY IN TURBOT, 
SCOPH7HALMUS MAXIMUS: INITIATION OF MOVEMENT AND CHANGES WITH TIME OF SWIMMING 
CHARACTERISTICS. Environ. Biol. Fishes 43(4);341-349. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Suquel: IFREMER, Lab. Rech. Aquacole, BP 70, 29200 Plouzane, France] 

95-007592 Chmilevskiy, D. A. EFFECT OF REDUCED TEMPERATURE ON OOGENESIS OF THE 
MOUTHBROODER, OREOCHROMIS MOSSAMBICUS. 2. EFFECT ON FISH TWENTY-TWO DAYS AFTER 
HATCHING.;, Ichthyol. 35(1}:72-80. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Biol. Insl,, St. Petersburg Univ., Staryy Petergof, St. Petersburg, Russia] 

95-007593 Christiansen, R,; ], Glette; O. Lie; O. ). Torrissen and R. Waagbo. ANTIOXIDANT STATUS AND 
IMMUNITY IN ATLANTIC SALMON, SAIMO SALAR L., FED SEMI-PURIFIED DIETS WITH AND WITHOUT 
ASTAXANTHIN SUPPLEMENTATION. /. Fish DIs. 1 8(4}:3 1 7-320. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Matre Aquacull. Res. Sin., N-5 1 98 Matredal, Norway] 

95-007594 Chu, Fu-Lin E, and Sureyya Ozklzllclk, LIPID AND FATTY ACID COMPOSITION OF STRIPED BASS 
(MORONE SAXATILIS) LARVAE DURING DEVELOPMENT. Comp. Btochem, Physiol. B Biochem. Mol. Biol. 
1 11 (4):665-674. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(School Mar. Sci., Va, Insl. Mar. Sci., Coll. William & Mary, Gloucester Point 23062. tel:804-642-7349; 
fax:Q04-642-7186] 

95-007595 Chung, K. S. THERMAL ACCLIMATION RATE OF THE TROPICAL LONG-WHISKERED CATFISH 
PIMELODELIA CHAGRESnO HIGH TEMPERATURE. Caribb. /. Set 31(1-2):154-156. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Inst. Oceanogr. Venezuela, Univ. Orlente, Nucleo de Sucre, Cumana 6101, Venezuela) 

95-007596 Cockram, C. S.; S. K. S. Ho; S. Q. Zhu and J. D. Young. INSULIN BINDING AND INTERNALIZATION 
IN HAGFISH RED BLOOD CELLS. Cen. Comp. Endocrinol, 99(3};258-264. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Med., Chinese Univ. Hong Kong, Sliatln, New Territories, Hong Kong] Eptatretus slouti. 

95-007597 Collazos, M. E.; C. Barriga and E. Ortega. SEASONAL CHANGES IN PHAGOCYT1C CAPACITY 
AND SUPEROXIDE ANION PRODUCTION OF BLOOD PHAGOCYTES FROM TENCH (TINCA TINCA, L.). /. 
Comp, Physiol. B Biochem. Syst. Environ. Physiol. 1 65(1 ):71 -76. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Ortega: Dep. Flsiol. (Anim.), Fac. Gene, Univ. Extrernadura, Avda. Elvas, s/n, E-06071 Bndajoz, Sp-iinl 

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TD*i?ieo 98 Co!mor gen, Michael and Rudiger J. Paul. IMAGING OF PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS IN 
Inn?* * , ANIMALS (ACONUS CATAPHRACTUS, DAPHNIA MAGNA, PHOLCUS PHALANGIQIDES) BY 
; T E ?^ CROSCOPY AND D| GITAL IMAGE PROCESSING. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A Physiol 
1 1 1(4):583-595. 1995. FR 40(4) 



. i JSi?, 8 ? 1 Z , P h Y sio1 - Weslfalische Wilhelms Univ., Hindenburgplatz 55, 48143 Munsler, Germany. 
lel:<0)251 833851; (ax:(0)251 833876] 



cT^,^ 6 ^ Howard Krum; George Tzinas; Paula Sylvia; Sebastian Belle and Les Kaufman. A 
u * F CL1NICAL TECHNIQUES UTILIZED WITH BLUEFIN TUNA (THUNNUS JHYNNUS 
LINNAEUS); A COMPARISON OF SOME CAPTIVE AND WILD CAUGHT BLOOD PARAMETERS. Ptac. tot 
Assoc. Aquat. Arum. Med. Vol. 25. p. 26-36. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[New England Aquarium, Vet. Serv./Anim. Care Lab., Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02 1 1 0] 

' V - A ' Lance and P ' Saltman - PLASMA ZINC CONCENTRATIONS IN SNAKES 
ZINGBINDINC PLASMA PROTEINS. /. Zoo/. (Loud \ 



La l0 " a 92093 ' 0322 I Pleumnectes americanus, Jhunnus atohmg*. 

, S " Abe and J ' R Steffcnsen. THE EFFECTS OF HYPOXIA ON SWIMMING 
NEOTROP!CAL F 'SH PIAKAOUS MESOPOJAMICUS. Proceedings of the 4tl> 
~ P 8 ^ PW18f and Biochemis.r/, B/mi/ngham, UK, 6- 1 1 Augusi J 395. Warrcr, 

In5r 7 ' . UMPcH- Z ^'- 68 < 4 > Su PP'- Sl.:54. 1995. Abstrac! only. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. ZoQl.,UNESP, Rio Claro, Brazil] 



, - i EM ' P/1Xi ''- 2 '- 6fl ('') : 539-566. 1 995, FR 40(4) 

PhvHol, Unrv. Adebioc, Adelaide, S.A. 5005, Australia] Data for eight species. 



H ' Skinner - THE COMPOSITION AND FUNCTION O 

l n A , LADDER - P/I ^'- Zoof 6? ( 5 ) :1 23 -1 256. 1 994. FR 

l. Untv. Adelaide, Adelaide, S.A. 5005, Australia] Caws/us aurattn. 



nK e 3nd JflnWil!em van de WaL MUSCL E FIBERS IN ROSTR.A 

atB'Sinlif' Lab ' Dl ' V ' nVir a ^ EVOL B ''" Sch ' Bi '- A Med - Sci " Univ " Sl Andre ^' St - Andrews, rife KY1I 

9Aei 



TO SERVE HYPOXIA IN THE 



6fl(4)Supp). Se c,,121. 199 Abson FR 40 
|Dep. Aquacult., Natl. Ins!. Res. Amazon, Amazonas, Brazil) 



rv. 

TEMPERATURES IN COMMON CARP (OTWWU5 Spmi ftSS, u ?,K D ' F /^ ENT SAL1NIT 'ES AND 
fivroMiV* m y / Dg y anrf B^tein^- Kj/S S''(JK? ?J fi J? /nte '*' Conye* O f 
s/oAZoo/. 68(4)Suppl.S e c.,t76. 1995 Abs.raTol' FR40(4 * ' ^^ W B ^ ren ' *' 

[Dep. Bio.1, Univ. Antwerp (RUCA), B-2020 Antwerp, Belgium] 



M 

TEMPERATURES IN COMMON CARP (CVPWwS SSS SSS n Si,?S E ? ENT SALINIT IES AND 
Compa^ve P^,/otogy and Biochemistry, SimmJ^K^^ ?Si, Jl /me "' Cong. of 
PV ( o/.Zoo/.6a(4)Suppl.Sect,:r72. 1995\ Abstraclonly FR 40(4) ^ W fll "B8a erfftw. 

|Dep. Biol., Univ. Antwerp (RUCA), B-2020 Antwerp, Belgium] 



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PHYSIOLOGY (Continued) 

95.007610 Dennis, P. M.; R. S. Bakal; L Khoo; D. H. Gebhard and M. K. Stoskopf. BLOOD VOLUME 
MEASUREMENTS IN HYBRID STRIPED BASS, RED PACU, AND CHANNEL CATFISH. Proc. Int. Assoc. Aquat. 
Anim, Med. Vol. 26. p. 20. Abslract only. FR 40(4) 

[N.C. State Univ., Coll. Vel. Med., 4700 Hillsborough St., Raleigh 27606] Morone saxatilis, Co/ossoma, and 
Ictslurus punctatus. 

95-00761 1 DeVries, A. L. INHIBITION OF FREEZING BY ANTIFREEZE PROTEINS, Cryobio/ogy 27(G|;647. 
1 990. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

Pteuronecles quadrituberculatus and P. americanus. 

95-00761 2 Donaldson, E. M,; H. M. Dye; ]. Smith; M. Stratholt; P. Swanson and A. Tandler. THE ENDOCRINE 
STRESS RESPONSE IN SALMONIDS. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology 
and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 1 August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo!. 6B(4)Suppl, 
Sect.:173. 1995. Abstract only, FR 40(4) 

[Dep, Fish. & Oceans, West Vancouver, BC, Canada] Oncorhynchus. 

95-00761 3 Douglas, R, H.; J. C. Partridge and A, J. Hope. VISUAL AND LENTICULAR PIGMENTS IN THE EYES 
Or DEMERSAL DEEP-SEA FISHES J. Comp. Physio/. A Sens. Neural Behav. Physiol. 1 77(1 ):1 1 1-1 22, 1 995. FR 40(4) 
(Appl. Vision Res. Cent., Dep. Optometry & Visual Sci., City Univ., 31 1-321 Gosvvell Rd,, London EC1 V 7DD, 
England] Data for 52 species in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean, 

95-007614 Douirin, C.; B. Fauconneau; ]. L. Vallet and P. Haffray. [INDIRECT EVALUATION OF THE LIPID 
CONTENT OF FILETS FROM RAINBOW TROUT,] Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at 
the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. 1. Muir and F. 
Sevila, compilers. Eur, Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 2 1 . p. 1 48. 1 994. In French, FR 40(4) 
(SYSAAF, 65, rue St. Bricuc, 35042 Rennes, France] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-007615 Edstrom, Anders. VENOMOUS AND POISONOUS ANIMALS. Kriegcr Publ. Co. [224p.] 1992. 
Available at $31.50 (cloth; ISBN 0-89464-627-3} from Krieger Publ, Co., P.O. Box 9542, Melbourne, FL 
32902-9542. tel;407-724-9542. FR 40(4) 
Data for 18 species. 

95-007616 Egginton, S. and S. Cordiner. EFFECT OF FIXATION PROTOCOLS ON MUSCLE PRESERVATION 
AND IN SITU DIFFUSION DISTANCES. /. Fish Biol. 47(1 ):59-69. 1995, FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Physiol., Univ. Birmingham, Med. School, Edgbaston, Birmingham B1 5 2TT, England] 

95-007617 Egginton, S. LACK OF CATECHOLAMINE RELEASE DURING THE STRESS RESPONSE OF 
ANTARCTIC TELEOSTS. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and 
Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor, Physiol. Zoo/. 6B(4)Suppl. Secl.;93. 
1 995. Abslract only. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Physiol., Univ. Birmingham Med. Sch., Birmingham B15 2TT, England] Nolothenia coriiceps and 
Chaercocepria/us aceralus. 

95-007618 Eilertson, Carmen D,; Jeffrey D. Kltlilson and Mark A. Sheridan. EFFECTS OF INSULIN, 
CLUCAGON, AND SOMATOSTATIN ON THE RELEASE OF SOMATOSTATIN-25 AND SOMATOSTATIN-14 
FROM RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS, PANCREATIC ISLETS IN VI7RO. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 
99(2):21 1-220. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Anal. & Cell Biol., Emory Univ. School Med., Atlanta, GA 30322] 

95-007619 Elliott, ]. M. and ). A. Elliott. THE CRITICAL THERMAL LIMITS FOR THE BULLHEAD, COTTUS 
COBIO, FROM THREE POPULATIONS IN NORTH-WEST ENGLAND, freshwater Biol. 33(3):41 1-418. 1995. 
FR40I4) 

[MERC Inst, Freshwater Ecol., Windermere Lab,, Far Sawrey, Ambleslde, Cumbria LA22 OLP, England] 

95-007620 Fabbri, E.; A. Cambarolta and T. W. Moon. ADRENERGIC SIGNALING AND SECOND 
MESSENGER PRODUCTION IN HEPATOCYTES OF TWO FISH SPECIES. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 
99(1):114-124.1995.FR40(4) 

[Moon: Dep. Biol., Univ. Ottawa, P.O. Box 450, Stn, A., Ottawa, ON, Canada K1 N 6N5. fax:613-562-5486; 
e-mail;tmoon@oreo.chem.uoltawa.ca| Anguilla rostrata and Amelums me/as. 

95-007621 Fausa Pettersen, E,; C. Endresen and H. I. Wergeland. IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF 
SALMON LYMPHOID TISSUES AND ISOLATED LEUKOCYTES USING MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES, 
/nternati'ona/ Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, 
September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-01. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Fish. & Mar. Biol,, Univ. Bergen, Bergen, Norway] 

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?M^?7*Tr n Fernantie s, M. N.; |. R. Sanches and F. T. Rantin. EFFECT OF LONG AND SHORT-TERM CHANGES 
Tiff BDC* TEMPERATURE ON THE CARDIAC AND RESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO HYPOXIA OF TH! 
AiX-ttKtATHING FISH, HYPOSTOMUS REGAN/, Proceedings of the 4th International Congress ofComparafa 
Biology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995. Warren W. Buigeren, editor. Physio!. 2otf 
68(4)Suppl. Secl.:65. 1995. Abslract only. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Physiol. Sci., Fed. Univ. Sao Carlos, Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil] 

n 5 pnJS?i J rtr, Rnn ' Rl N "' '' RonneslaiJ a "d H. |. Fyhn. RESPIRATION, NITROGEN AND ENERGY METABOLISM 
ur utvtLUPINC YOLK-SAC LARVAE OF ATLANTIC HALIBUT (HIPPQCLOSSUS HIPPOCLOSSUS L). ComjL 
ttochwn. Physioi. A Physio!. 1 1 1(4):647-671. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Zool. Inst., Univ. Bergen, Allegt. 41, N-S007 Bergen, Norway. tel:(47) 55 213595; fax:(47) 55 32911 1 1 

mnrMMrf!&\ L ' ; P ' Keslemont ; J- c - M '<:ha and C. Melard. SOME PHYSIOLOGICAL AND 
plmMi^i ! ARACTERI5TICSOF PERCH < PRCA FWVIAWS) DEVELOPMENT IN A FERTILIZED POMD. 
rMLiMirvAKY RESULTS. Measures (or Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the InternatlonA 
F A rdeau * Aquacu/ture '94,' Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. /. Mulr and F. Sevila, compiled 

tur. Aquacull. Soc. Spec Pufal. No. 21. p. 1 50-151 . 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Unite Ecol. Eaux Douces, Fac. Univ. N.D. Paix, 61 rue Bruxelles, B-5000 Namur, Belgium] 

r /^i B ;^ 1l!ier: S ' Ber S nn and U. Grunwald. CHARAaERISATION OF MONOCLONAI 
1NST WONONUCLEAR CELLS OF RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MVKI5S 
n"? n u 2 U f ! /C : J Anlmal Heahh: Pro & ram a "d Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, WashingW 
er 4-8, T994. Rona/d P. Hedricfc anrJ/ames R. Wimon, organizers, p. W-3.4. 1994. FR 40(4) 
|i-ecl. Res. Cenl. Virus Dls. Anin,., Friedrkh-Loeffler-lnsl., Insel Riems, Germany] 

FOUin F 6 nF?Sri I l'T^m 5!J? Wil ' iam F ' He " ler - TEMp ERATURE INFLUENCE ON POSTOVUIJ\TOR 
Sl^S^l^' ^ F A ^ IC "ENHADEN, BKVOORl,* TYRANNUS. U.S. Nat,. Ma, Hsh. 5 

[Southeast Fish. Sci. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, 3500 Delwood Beach Rd., Panama City, FL 32407-7403] 

and S. E. Wendelaar 

> M1SMOSSAMB/ 

ftoceerfingi o/the 4th International Congress of Comparative 



AND eD MN A SA wmN > ADLI ^ IN TILAP| A. OROCHROM1SMOSSAMB/CUS, BOR 

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|Univ. Nijniegen, Nijmcgpit, Netherlanrfs) 

IHnh h , convfe fur ^ ouacu /t Soc. Spec. Publ No. 21. p. 104-105. 1994 FR^OH) 

U V - ' n5 '- Anm ft d T '- A- Nutr. & Aquacu,,., D-70593 



V^ !^ ART AN VENT,LAT,ON , N 

[tab. Neurobiol. & Physiol. Comp., Univ. Bordeaux I, Bordeaux, France] 



"3^^^ 

STEROIDS, fish Phpiol. Biochem. 14(3):23 7 ?46 ' I99S ^ F R/ (J) T FP STOVUUTORY FOLL| CLCS AND 
(CoH. Arts & Sci., Univ. Philippines Visayas, Miag-ao, Hoilo, Philippines] 





. 1 990. In fn ACTIVATJON. Pol. 



MUDFISH lAKOCAKNSX AND THE CATF1 H CMfiWS S,S F THE J 

Congress of Compmfae Physiology and Biochemistry Srmln^mlSfi *? ceedm & o{ (/ie *h Internationa, ! 

ed/,or.^/o/. M 68|4)Sup P I.Sec.,96.1995Ab^ ' 
IDep. Environ. Sci., Tech. DPS, Po.chefs.room Univ., Po.chefs.roorn' South Africa| 



1995 



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PHYSIOLOGY (Continued) 

95-007633 Frolov, S. V. NUCLEOLUS ORGANIZER REGIONS AS A MARKER OF ONCORHYNCHUS MASOU 
(BREVOORT) MASU SALMON POPULATIONS, Russ. /. Genet. (Ertgl. Trans/. Cenetiks) 31(6):71 2-716. 1995. 
FR 40(4) 

|lnst. Mar. Biol,, Russian Acad. Sci., Far East Div., Vladivostok, 690041 Russia] 

95-007634 Fujieda, Shigeru; Takashi Ishino; Hajime Niina; Yasuhisa Malsuno; Yuichi Yamanaka and Yong-jin 
Chung. [MEASUREMENT OF AUDITORY THRESHOLDS OF THE TILAPIA TILAPIA NILO7ICUS.] Nippon Suisan 
Cakkafsni61(3):320-325. 1995. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(4) 
[Fac. Fish., Kagoshima Univ., Kagoshima 890, Japan] 

95-007635 Fujimoto, M. and K, Maekawa, ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY IN OLFACTORY BULB OF BITTERLINGS 
INDUCED BY BIVALVE ODORS. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and 
Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 J August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physioi. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. 
Secl.:145. 1995. Abslracl only. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol. Fac. Sci., Shimane Univ., Shimane, Japan] Rhodeus ocellatus ocellatus, 

95-007636 Fukazawa, Yugo; Kimmakone Siharath; Taisen Iguclii and Howard A. Bern. IN V7TRO SECRETION 
OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-BINDING PROTEINS FROM LIVER OF STRIPED BASS, MORONF. 
SAXATJUS, Gen. Comp. Endocrine/. 99(2):239-247. 1995, FR 40(4) 

[Grad. School Integrated Sci., Yokohama City Univ., 22-2 Seto, Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama 236, Japan] 

95-007637 Gamperl, A. K.; M. M. Vijayan and R. G. Boutilier. EXPERIMENTAL CONTROL OF STRESS 
HORMONE LEVELS IN FISHES: TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS. Rev. Fish Biol. Fish. 4(2):215-255. 1994. 
FR 40(4) ' 

|Dep. Bio!. Sci., Simon Eraser Univ., Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1S6] 

95-007638 Celsleichter, James J.; John A. Musick and Peter Van Veld. PROTEOGLYCANS FROM THE 
VERTEBRAL CARTILAGE OF THE CLEARNOSE SKATE, RAIA F.GIANTERIA: INHIBITION OF HYDROXYAPATITE 
FORMATION. Fish Physiot. Biochem. 14(3):247-251. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Coll. William & Mary, School Mar. Sci., Va. Ins!. Mar. Sci., Gloucester Poin! 23062) 

95-007639 Gong, Bang Q. and Anthony P. Farrell. A METHOD OF CULTURING CORONARY ARTERY 
EXPLANTS FOR MEASURING VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE PROLIFERATION IN RAINBOW TROUT. Can. 
/.Zoo/. 73(4):623-631. 1995. In English wilh French summ. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol. Sci., Simon FraserUniv., Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1S6] Oncorhynchns myktss. 

95-007640 Goryczko, Krzysztof; Krzysztof Bieniarz; Stefan Dobosz and Joanna Grudniewska. THE EFFECTS 
OF 17-BETA ESTRADIOL ON RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKtSS WALB.). Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 
3B(2):303-309. 1991. In English with Polish summ. FR 40(4) 

95-007641 Graham, Jeffrey B.; N, C. Lai; David Chiller and John L. Roberls. THE TRANSITION TO AIR 
BREATHING IN FISHES: V. COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OF CARDIORESPIRATORY REGULATION IN 
SVNBRANCHUS MARMORAJUS AND MONOPTERUS ALBUS (SYNBRANCHIDAE). I. Exp. Biol. 
198(7): 1 455-1467. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Cent. Mar. Biotechnol, & Biomed, & Mar. Biol. Res. Div., Scripps Inst. Oceanogr., Univ. Calif. ( San Diego), 
La Jolla 92093-0204] 

95-007642 Grillner. S. THE NEURAL NETWORK COORDINATING LOCOMOTION IN THE LAMPREY - 
FROM ION CHANNELS TO BEHAVIOUR. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative 
Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 5-11 August 7995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 
68(4)Suppl. Sect.:25-33. 1995. FR 40(4) 

{Nobel Inst. Neurophysiol., Dep. Neuroscl., Karollnska Inst., Stockholm, Sweden] Pelromyzon marinus. 

95-007643 Groman, D. B.; J. Pye-MacSwain and L. Rostant. COMPLICATION OF LONG-TERM 
CANNULATION OF THE DORSAL AORTA IN ATLANTIC SALMON. /nternaf/ona/ Symposium on Aquatic Animal 
Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrickand 
tames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-Q9. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dap. Pathol. & Microbiol., All. Vet. Coll., Univ. Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PI, Canada CIA 4P3] 
Salmo safer. 

95-007644 Guderley, Helga E. PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF THE THREESPINE 
STICKLEBACK. In: The Evolutionary Biology of the Jhreespine Stickleback. Michael A. Bell and Susan A. Foster, 
editors, p, 85-1 1 3. 1 994, FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol., Univ. Laval, Ste. Foy, PQ, Canada Gl K 7P4] Casferosteus aculealus. 

95-007645 Hall, C.; C. Bell and R. Zellck. BEHAVIORAL EVIDENCE OF A LATENCY CODE FOR STIMULUS 
INTENSITY IN MORMYRID ELECTRIC FISH. /. Comp. Physiol. A Sens. Neural Behav. Physiol. 1 77(1 ):29-39. 1 995. 
FR 40[4) 

[Zelick: Portland State Univ., Dep. Biol., P.O. Box 751, Portland, OR 97207-0751 ] Cnar/ionemus pelersi. 

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Sn^ Nagai; Norihisa Kai; Yasuhiro Tanoue; Hideo Mae; M*N 

FISH. Fish. Sc^ClSs. 7 V 520 ! 995 ^R 40(4)"' " ****' ' NORGANIC CONSTITUENTS OF BONEOT 

specie? F Dd SC '' & TeChn '" Natl - Fish - Univ - Nagata-HonmachI, Shimonoseki 759-65, Japan] Data (or 15 



SAlS^uToM^ 

FATTY ACIDS AND VITAMIN E fin L ^ T, ICA I' N ' DIETARY LEVELS OF "^ POLYUNSATU RATED 

nL Nutr, P.O. Bo^^S N 50oT Be tn No^ " "*** ' ' " 4):547 - 554 - '" 5 - FR ^ 
CHLORID 8 EcVfANNLS' 



rf fllnrh ? THELIAL CELLS ' ^^eed/ngs of t/te 4(/i /mel/o^ 

. P^faf. Zoo!. f^S&f^ ^ & "" ^"^ '" 5 ' ^^ W ""^'^ 

[Dep. Physiol., McCifl Univ., Montreal," PQ, Canada^' ^ ^ ^ 4 |4> 
95-007649 Hansen H I M u 

PHOSPHATlDYLETHAN'oWMINEASAPllTATiyF^M^-rr^ P ' R senkilde. FORMATION OF 
CHLORIDE CEIL IN WO P/oceK n .nJ ,,^ NG ' TERM REG ULATOR OF ION TRANSPORT BY THE 
^emHUy.fi/fmingham.L/^fi-JMuwJiiqVwl '^f" 9 " ^/ Congress o^ Compaiat/re P/iys/otogy a/vd 
1 99 5. Abstract o nly FR ^[4) " 5 ' WaTCn W ' Bur ^n, editor. Physio!. Zool. 6S(4)Suppl. SKI: 1 7ft. 

[Riso Nad. Lab., Roskitde, Den ma ,k] AnguiHa anguilla . 

THE PHOTORESPONSE OF TLIRBOT 
KN P S R CONSTANT US'"- 

^ 

CHEM I CAL ST,MULAT,ON ,N FISH OLFACTION AND 

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FOR MEASURING ENERGY BAIANCEW 






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95-007658 Hernandez, Martha; Toshio Takeuchi and Takeshi Watanabe. EFFECT OF DIETARY ENERGY 
SOURCES ON THE UTILIZATION OF PROTEIN BY COiO55OMA MACROPOMUM FINGERLINCS Fish Sci 
fi>1(3):507-51 1. 1995, FR 40(4) 

[Takeuchi: Dep. Aquat, Biosci., Tokyo Univ. Fish., Konan, Minato, Tokyo 108, Japan] 

95-007659 Hirano, T.; T. Sakamoto; E. G. Grau; R. S. Nishioka and H. A. Bern, ROLES OF GROWTH 
HORMONE AND RELATED PEPTIDES IN TELEOST OSMOREGULATION. Proceedings of the 4th International 
Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 1 August 1 995. Warren W. Burggren 
editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl, Sect.:1 69, 1 995. Abstracl only. FR 40(4} 
(Ocean Res. Inst.. Univ. Tokyo, Tokyo, ]apan| Jilapsa mossambica. 

95-007660 Hofer, Rudolf and Gunler Kock. METI-IOD FOR QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF 
DIGESTIVE ENZYMES IN FISH LARVAE. Development, Growth and Rearing of Fish Larvae in Relation of Changing 
the Environmental Demands: Based on a Workshop at the Vlih Congress of European Ichthyologists, Budapest 
Hungary, 15-19 August 1988. Ian W. M. Osse, Fritz Schiemer, and Malgorzata Sztaminska, editors. Pol, Arch 
Hydrobiot. 36(4):439-441. 1989. In English with German summ. FR 40(4) 
Rutilus rutilus and Coregonus. 

95-007661 Hole, G. and K. Hitman. BEHAVIOUR, GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF YOUNG JUVENILE 
HALIBUT (HIPPOGLOSSUS HIPPOGLOSSUS L) UNDER DIFFERENT LIGHT AND TEMPERATURE 
CONDITIONS. Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference 
Bordeaux Aquacutture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, ] 994. 1. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers Eur Aquacult 
Soc. Spec.Pubt. No. 21. p. 83-84. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Dep, Fish. & Mar. Biol., Univ. Bergen, N-5020 Bergen, Norway] 

95-007662 Honeycutt, M. E.; V. A. McFarland and D. D. McCant. COMPARISON OF THREE LIPID 
EXTRACTION METHODS FOR FISH. Buff. Environ. Conlam. Toxicol. 55(3):469-472. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[U.S. Army Eng. Waterways Exp. Sin., 3909 Halls Ferry Rd., Vicksburg, MS 391 80] 

95-007663 Hong, Jeong-Hwa; Sun-Yup Shim and Dae-Seok Byun. CHARACTERIZATION OF PARTIALLY 
PURIFIED LIPOXYGENASE OF MACKEREL GILL. Bull, Korean Fish. Soc. 27{6):704-71 1. 1994. In English with 
Korean summ. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Food Sci. & Nutr., Inje Univ., Krmhae 621-749, Korea] 

95-007664 Horn, Michael H.; Kristin f. Mallhiot; Michael B. Fris and Lon L. McClanahan GROWTH 
CONSUMPTION, ASSIMILATION AND EXCRETION IN THE MARINE HERBIVOROUS FISH CEBIDICHTHYS 
WOMCFUS(GIRARD) FED NATURAL AND HIGH PROTEIN DIETS./, Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 190(1 ):97-10fl 1995 
FR40(4) 

(Lopez High Sch., Arroyo Grande, CA 93420) 

95-007665 Horney, Barbara. CLINICAL PATHOLOGY OF COLD-WATER MARINE FISHES. In: Fish Medicine 
Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 685-687. 1993. FR 40(4) 

[Atl. Vet. Coll,, Dep, Pathol., Univ. Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PI, Canada] 

95-007666 Houlihan, D. F.; B. H. Pedersen; ]. P. Steffensen and J. Brechin. PROTEIN SYNTHESIS, GROWTH 
AND ENERGETICS IN LARVAL HERRING (CLUPEA HARENGUS) AT DIFFERENT FEEDING REGIMES. Fish Physiol 
Biochem. 1 4(3):1 95-208. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Zool., Univ. Aberdeen, Aberdeen AB9 2TN, Scotland] 

95-007667 Houston, Arthur H. and Ajrnal Murad. ERYTHRODYNAMICS IN FISH: RECOVERY OF THE 
GOLDFISH CARASSIUS AURA7US FROM ACUTE ANEMIA. Can. /. Zoo/. 73(3}:41 1-418. 1995. In English with 
French summ. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol. Sci,, Brock Univ,, St. Catharines, ON, Canada 1.2S 3A1 1 

95-007668 Hrubec, T. C; S. A. Smith; ]. L. Robertson; H. P. Vclt and G. Libey. A COMPARISON OF THE 
HEMATOLOGIC REFERENCE INTERVALS FOR CULTURED HYBRID STRIPED BASS. International Symposium 
on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994 
RonaW P. Hedrkk and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-85. 1 994. FR 40(4} 

(Dep. Pathoblol., Va.-Md. Reg. Coll. Vet. Med., VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061 ] Morane saxatilis. 

95-007669 Hulova, I,; J. Barthova; G. Entllcher; L. Maletinska; T. Garth; P. Hrbas; I. Hamackova and ]. Kouril 
THE FPLC OF SOLUBLE PROTEINS FROM DEHYDRATED CARP HYPOPHYSIS. Measures for Success: Abstracts 
of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 
23-25, 1994. 1. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacull. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 156-157. 1994. FR 40(4} 
|Dep. Biochern,, Fac. Sci., Charles Univ., 128 40 Praha 2, Czech Republic) 

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? S XfK p' ig L R; R T a th ta i F ' ] ' Sa "chez-Va Z quez; A. Hattori; M. Hara; R. Ohtani-Kaneko; H. Takahashi; 
P^rS; nf i !r W |?, a ' A COMPAR ATIVE STUDY OF OCULAR MELATONIN RHYTHMS IN FISH. 

^eedngson/K ""> ;nle maHona / Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-li 

I9J5. Warren w. Burggren, editor. PhjaW. Zool. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:146. 1995. Abstract only. FR40(4) 

". Anat., SI. Mananna Univ. Sch. Med., Japan] Data for 1 6 species. 



TH? R^ ATif nT T^^^J' FukuL MULT 'MOLECULAR FORMS OF PYRUVATE KINASE FROM A RSK 
nLf^ "OOPTffiU5 SA(MO/DS: COMPARISON WITH THOSE OF THE RAT (MAMMALIAN] 

3!Yli, ^^ 

1 995. VVa VV. eu,gg, ea ed f, or . Phys , o ,. Z oo}. 68(4}Suppl. S e ct.:1 25. 1 995. Abstract only. Ffi 40(4) 
[Dcp. Biodicm., Fac. Sci., Okayama Univ. Sci., Okayama, Japan] 



ANTARCTIC FKH^^nTueS^" 13 and C ' Fermi ' STRUCTURE OF DEOXYHAEMOCLOBIN OF THE 
ROOT EFFECT RV rofcSSSSl, S^^ WITH AN ANALYSIS OF THE STRUCTURAL BASIS OF THE 
/ Mo?IS S%6?Slm ?R F 4 T 0% UCANDED AND UNLICANDED HAEMOGLOBIN STRUCTURES. 
[Fermi: MRC Lab. Mol. BioL, Hills Rd., Cambridge CB2 2QH, England] 

GA^ETOaN^rvri^T^' ^ ?K B c V - Su " iVan - ^PRODUCTION OF WHITE PERCH: THE ANNUAL 
oaMt UtoENIC CYCLE. Trans. Am. fish. Soc 124(4):563-577. 1995, FR 40(4) 

[Sulbvan: Dep. Zool, N.C. State Univ., Camp us Box 761 7, Raleigh 27695] Morone amerfcana. 

ON'RAYNVwSRoij^nwr^ 

IB(4)d07.31S uS ?FR4S?) 55 (WALBAUM >' LEUCOCnE RESPONSES, / Fish Dii 

ISecombes: Dep. Zool., Univ. Aberdeen, Tillydrone Ave., Abe,deen AB9 2TN, Scotland] 






[Dep. B,o1. Sci., Univ. Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0006| Mfcraptenis talmoides. 

iD(So^ 

gram and ^bslrac.s 5heraton , HowM/P LV h ? a '/ nJ/5} '' npo " um o^^^icAnimittHeaHh 

V/nron, ofganiS p * 5 199?FR Sf' VVai/Mn8(0/t 5e " tem * w "- fi - '**< >^ Hedric* aiK/yama 
[Fish Cult. Res, Imi, P.O. Box 47. Saarv-.w, Hungary) 



N^u^S^^^ 

?s;ss^x^^ 

(Ftih (.ull. Res. Insr., Box 47, Szarvas H-5540, HungaryJ 
^IS^RESBIOOO^^^ OF BAND.3.MED.ATED CHLORIDE TRANSPORT ,N FISH 

^ fl. rt e^, ZX S S 6 : !?"S ^ S f ^^Ti'r' c T Si ^/^K 

SDCI.:D>. 1995. Abstract only. FR -I0(-)} ^ Su ' 8g/e ' 1 ef/ " Dr - P/I ^' O/ ' Zool. 68(4)5 Up pl 



and 



OF 3LOOD 

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^ 

37-HO. 1 99^. In Korean with English summ. FR 40(4) ("WANG-BOK).) Bull. Korean Ftsh. Soc 

IKORDI, 1270 sadong, Ansan 425-170, Seoul, Korea) 






1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

PHYSIOLOGY (Continued) 

95-007682 Jeon, Joong-Kyun and Jae-Myoung Yoo. |TOXICITY OF PUFFERFISH IN KOREA. 2. TOXICITY OF 
PUFFERFISH TAKIFUCU VERMICULARIS RADIATUS (GUKMERI-BOK).] Bull. Korean Fish. Sac. 28(2}:.14H44. 
1995. In Korean with English summ. FR 40(4) 

JKORDI, 1 270 sadong,Ansan 425-1 70, Seoul, Korea) 

95-007683 Jeong, Dong-Youn; Dong-Soo Kim; Myung-Ja Lee; Sang-Rok Kim; Dae-Seok Byun; Hyun-Dae Kim 
and Yeung-Ho Park. TOXICITY OF SEVERAL PUFFERS COLLECTED AT A FISH MARKET OF PUSAN, KOREA. 
Bull. Korean Fish. Sac. 27(6):682-689. 1994. In English with Korean summ. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Nutr. & Food Sd, Nail. Fish. Univ. Pusan, Pusan 608-737, Korea] lagocep/ia/us gtoveri, L wheeteri, 
Fugu mbripes tubripes, f, chinensis, F, xantnopterus, F. radiatus, and Boesmafiic/itnys firmamenlum. 

95-007684 Johnson, M. D. and D. ]. St. Aubin. TISSUE DISTRIBUTION AND SERUM LEVELS OF SELECTED 
ENZYMES IN FIVE SPECIES OF SHARKS: SPHYRNA LEWIN1, PRIONACE CMUC4, CARCHARHINUS TAURUS 
C PLUMBEUS, AND ISURUS OXYRINCHUS. Proc. Int. Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Med. Vol. 26. p. 59, 1 995 Abstract 
only. FR40(4) 

[Soulhampton Coll., Long Island Univ., Long Island, NY] 

95-007685 Johnsson, M,; M. Axelsson; W. Davison; M. Forster and S. Nilsson. EFFECTS OF PRELOAD AND 
AFTERLOAD ON THE IN SITU PERFUSED PORTAL HEART IN THE NEW ZEALAND HACFISH, EPJATREJUS 
CIRRHATUS. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and fl/ochemfcfry, 
BJrroing/iam, UK, 6-H August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/, 68(4)Supnl. Sect 71 1995 
Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Univ. Coteborg, Goteborg, Sweden) 

95-007686 Johnston, C. E. and ). G. Eales. EFFECTS OF ACCLIMATION AND ASSAY TEMPERATURE ON 
OUTER- AND INNER-RING THYROXINE AND 3,5,3'-TRIIODO-L-THYRONINE DEIODINATION BY LIVER 
MICROSOMES OF RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS. I. Exp. Zoo/, 272(6)-426-434 1995 
FR40(4) 

[Dep, Biol., Univ. Prince Edward Island, Charlottelown, PI, Canada, C1A 4P3] 

95-007687 Jonsson, Ann-Calhrine. CO-LOCALIZATION OF PEPTIDES IN THE BROCKMANN BODIES OF 
THE COD {GADUS MORHUA) AND THE RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS). Cell Tissue Res 
273(3);547-555, 1993. FR 40(4) 

(Camp. Neurosci. Group, Dep. Zoophysiol., Univ. Goteborg, Medicinargatan 18, S-41390 Goteborg, 
Sweden) 

95-007688 Jurss, Karl and Ralf Baslrop. THE FUNCTION OF MITOCHONDRIA-RICH CELLS (CHLORIDE 

CELLS) IN TELEOST GILLS. Rev. Fish Blot. Fish. 5(2):235-255. 1995, FR 40(4) 

[Univ. Rostock, Fachberelch Biol., Zool. hist., Univorsilaelsplatz 2, 1 8051 Rostock, Germany] 

95-007689 Kaczanowskl, Tania C. DIETARY ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS AND HEAT INCREMENT IN 
RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS. M.S. thesis, Univ. Cue/p/i (Canada) 62p. 1 994. From Masters 
Abstr. Int. 33(2):488. 1995. Order No. MAMM90670. FR 40(4) 

95-007690 Kagawa, Hirohlko; Shunsuke Moriyamn and Hrroshi Kawauchl. IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL 
LOCALIZATION OF IGF-I IN THE OVARY OF THE RED SEABREAM, PACRUS MAJOR. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 
99(3):307-31 5. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Nail. Res. Inst. Aquacult., Nansei, Mie 5 16-01, Japan] 

95-007G91 Kane, Andrews.; Robert W. Gray and Renatc Relmschuessel. FISHGUTS: AN INTERACTIVE FISFI 
NECROPSY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY COMPUTER TRAINING PROGRAM. Proc. Int. Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Med 
Vol. 25. p. 62. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

(Aqual. Pathobiol. Cent., Dep. Pathol., Univ. Md. Sch. Med., 10 S. Pine St., Baltimore 21202-1192. 
tclr410-706-7230] Oncorhynchus mykiss and tctalurus punctaius. 

95-007692 Kaneko, Yukiko; Muglko Igarashi; Miho Iwashita; Kouki Suzuki; l-lisao Kojima; Shigeru Kimura and 
Masahide Hasobe. EFFECTS OF FISH AND CALF TYPE I COLLAGENS AS CULTURE SUBSTRATE IN THE 
ADHESION AND SPREADING PROCESS OF ESTABLISHED FISH CELLS. In Vitro Cell. & Dev. Biol. Anim 
31{3):178-1B2. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Hiisobe: Dep. Aqual. Blosci., Tokyo Univ. Fish., 4-5-7 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan] 

95-007693 Kang, Seok-Joong; Byeong-Dae Choi; Yeung-Joon Choi; Mal-Gu Youm and Kang-Ho lee. 
(UTILIZATION OF ASCIDIAN (HALOCYN7HIA RORETZI) TUNIC. 5. FEEDING EFFECT OF ASCIDIAN TUNIC 
EXTRACTS ON LIVER LIPID OF RAINBOW TROUT ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS.} Bull. Korean Fish Soc. 
27{5):445-453. 1994. In Korean with English summ. FR 40(4) 
[Tong-Yeong Natl. Fish. Coll., Chungmu 650-160, Korea] 

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n 3nd S ' Holm Srcn. NITRIC OXIDE IN THE ATLANTIC COD (GADUS MORHUA] 

Q, n nrn NVOLVEMENT IN ENTERIC REFLEXES. FfoceerfAigs oMfie A JntwnltoJ 

eZ P/.S 7nn? ^. V " T md S/Dchem "y' B'>m/ngham U* 6-M August J995. Warren W. Burggren 
editor P/iyao/. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl.Sect.:151. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
|0ep. Zoophysiol., Goteborg Univ., Coteborg, Sweden] 

" RH ANALOGUES AND AQUACULTURE. Res. Buff. Panjab Univ. Sri. 
|Dep. Zool., Kurukshotra Univ., Kurukshetra-132 119, India] 

HSw'Vuc'n^M I 1 Balment< NATIVE UR OTENSINS STIMULATE CORTISOL SECRETION IN VIVO 
S I FL U D NDER ' PMT/CHTHV5 FifSUS. Proceedings of ,ne 4th International Congress oi 
t f RM S 8y , a c nd Bl ^J em ' s "V- Bfrmfngham, UK 6-1 1 Augus. 1995. Warren W. Burg^, cdi'tor. 
/. 68{4JSuppl. Sect.:198. 1995. Abslracl only. FR 40(4) 
[Balrnent: Sch. Biol. Sci., Umv. Manchester, Manchester M13 9PT, England] 



FyNANrHAn^- ^^ H - LeC flnd R ' Yuen ' EFFECTS OF STONUSTOXIN (LETHAL FACTOR 
FR4ol4 t HORR ' DA VEN M) ON PLATELET AGGREGATION. Toxin 33<B):1Q33-t(M1. 1995. 

(Dep. Biochem. i. P a ,hol, NalL Univ. Singapore, Kent Ridge, Singapore 051 1 ] 



ShinByOii - INDE f E NDENT CONTROL OF MELANOPHORES IN 
? U , RING BACKGROUND ADAPTATION OF THE FLATFISH 

2X1 8 *,1 lfie * h ' mema "' ona ' Congress of Comparative Phyttotosy m! 

|Dep. Biol. Sci., Grad. Sch. Sci., Univ. Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan! 

1D.P. Food Techno,., D L B i Tech K *"" "'" 






o . 5 |Dep. Aqua,. Biosc, Tokyo Univ. H sh ., Konan 4, Minato, To.yo ,08, Japan. ,el:3 5463 0555; fax:3 5-16* 



inf3):36,.367 ,995 FR40(4? OW CORHVNCHU5 MYKISS. Comp. 

. A,,. Bd, ToM Univ. Fish., Konan 4, Mina.o, Tokyo 108, Japan, ( el:3 5463 0555; fax:3 5,63 



^^ 

^^ 

nck andyames R. V Wntoa organizers, p. W-6 4 1994 FR 404} ^ S/Hn *' wt 5e P^m6er4-S, J994. ffo n *U 
[U.S. D CP . Agri,, ARS, Fnh Di, * Parades Res. Lab., Auburn, ^ fcl^puHcwm 

IN. K. KOI^V ,,. 08 , Biol , Ru!sian Acad Sc . 



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95-007706 Knotl, Kay L. DETERMINATION OF LIPID COMPOSITION IN JUVENILE WILD AND CULTURED 
FISH. M.S. thesis, Tenn. Techno!. Univ. 60p. 1994. FR 40(4) 
Pomoxis annularis and P. nigromaculatus. 

95-007707 Kondrashev, S. L CHANGEABLE COLOURED CORNEAL LIGHT-FILTERS IN THE FISH EYE- NEW 
MODELS FOR INTRACELLAR MOTILITY STUDIES. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative 
Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor Physiol Zool 
6S(4)Suppl. Secl.:46. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Inst. Mar. Biol., Tar East Branch Russian Acad. Sci., Vladivostok, Russia) 

95-007708 Konecki, John T,; Carol A. WoodyanclThomas P. Quinn. CRITICAL THERMALMAXIMAOFCOHO 
SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS KISUTCH) PRY UNDER FIELD AND LABORATORY ACCLIMATION REGIMES 
Can. /. Zoo/. 73{5):993-99G. 1 995. In English with French summ. FR 40(4) 
[Woody: Sen, Fish. WH-10, Univ, Wash., Seattle 981 95] 

95-007709 Korsmeyer, K, E.; N. C. Lai; H, Dewar; T. Knower; R. E. Shadwick and ). B. Graham OXYGEN 
TRANSPORT AND CARDIOVASCULAR RESPONSES TO EXERCISE IN YELLOWFIN TUNA (THUNNUS 
AtBACARES). Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, 
Birmingham, UK, 6-1? August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:55. 1995 
Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Scripps Inst. Oceanogr., Univ. Calif,, San Diego, La Jolla 92093-0204] 

95-007710 Kosugl, Ryo; Hideo Ohgai; Hiroko Ishioka; Kazuomi Ouchl; Akihiko Hara and Shlgeru Mihara. 

IDEVELOPMENTOF A RADIOIMMUNOASSAY FOR RED SEA BREAM GROWTH HORMONE ] Nippon Suisan 

Cafckafrn/61(4}:518-524. 1995. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Biomed. Res. Inst., Earlh Chem. Co., Ltd., Ako, Hyogo 678-02, Japan] Pagrus major. 

95-00771 1 Krayushkina, L. S. NEUROPHYSIN-REACTIVE AND ACTH-REACTIVE CELLS OF HYPOTHALAMUS 
IN AOPENSER 57RMTL/5 PALL. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and 
Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 J August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 6fl(4)Suppl 
Secl.:171. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

(St.-Petersburg State Univ., St.-Petersburg, Russia] 

95-007712 Krayushkina, L. S. OSMOTIC REGULATION IN BRACKISHWATER STURGEONS. Proceedings of 
the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995, 
Warren W, Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:171. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[St.-Petersburg Slate Univ., St.-Petersburg, Russia] Adpenser gueldenstaedti, A. stellatus, and Huso huso. 

95-007713 Kumar, S, R. Sanjeev. STUDIES ON SOME BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES DURING THE LIFE CYCLE 
OF THE COMMON CARP CYPRINUS CARPIO LINN. Mysore I. Agric. Sci. 25(3):399. 1991. Abstract only. 
FR 40(4) 

95-007714 Kuz'min, Ye. V. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE FRACTIONAL COMPOSITION OF 
SARCOPLASMIC MUSCLE PROTEINS OF DIFFERENT REPRESENTATIVES OF STURGEONS (ACIPENSERIDAE) 
/ Ichthyol. 34(9):1 11-1 24. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Insl. Inland Waters Bloi., Russian Acad, Sci., Borok, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia] Data for 10 species. 

95-007715 Lazzarl, A. and M. Di Bitetto. MATURITY STAGE DETERMINATION IN SERIOLA DUMERIUI(R\SSQ 
1 810) USING OVARY HISTOLOGY TECHNIQUES. Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented 
at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, Prance, March 23-25, 1994. j. Mulr and F. 
Sevlia, compilers. Eyr. Aquacult, Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 158-159. 1994. PR 40(4) 

[ENEA, Innovation Dep. Biotechnot. & Agrlc. Sect., Via Anguiliarese 301-00060, Rome, Italy] 

95-007716 Le Ball, P.-Y.; P. D. Niu; O. Noel and K. Yao. GROWTH HORMONE RECEPTOR IN FISH: A SHORT 
REVJEW. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, 
UK, 6-1) August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physlol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Scct.:16B. 1995. Abstract only. 
FR 40(4) 

[Lab, Physiol. Poissons, INRA, Campus Beaulieu, 35042 Rennes, France) 

95-00771 7 LeBlanc; P, J.;T. E. Gillls; M. F. Cerrits and J. S. Ballanlyne. METABOLIC ORGANIZATION OF LIVER 
AND SOMATIC MUSCLE OF LANDLOCKED SEA LAMPREY, PETROMYZON MARINUS, DURING THE 
SPAWNING MIGRATION. Can. }. Zoo/, 73(5):916-923. 1995. In English with French summ, FR 40(4) 
[Ballantyne: Dep. Zool,, Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1J 

95-007718 Lee, S. T. L; D. E. Klme; T. M. Chao; H. S. Urn; R. Chou; T. J. Lam and C H. Tan, IN VITRO 
METABOLISM OF TESTOSTERONE BY GONADS OF THE GROUPER (EPINEPHELUS TAUVINA) BEFORE AND 

AFTER SEX INVERSION WITH 17a-METHYLTESTOSTERONE. Cen. Comp. Endocrlnol. 99(1):41-49. 1995. 
FR40(4) ' 

[Tan: Lab. Hormone Res., Dep. Zool,, Natl. Univ. Singapore, Singapore 051 1| 

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Fim?IprMT A r L M^,V S ^ Min; ' ns Yun Lee and Su "8 Burn Hur. ESSENTIALITY OF DIETARY 
Bil7n r^E c n 9? AND DOCOS AHEXAENOIC ACID IN KOREAN ROCKFISH, Sf BASTES SCHLfGfL 
ir h r"i S T V^ 7 ' 2 ' 726 ' 1994 ' ln En S lish with Korean summ. FR 40(4) 

. Uiv., Nail. Fish. Res. & Dev. Agency, Kijang-up, Yangsan-gun, Kyongsangnam-do 626-900, Korea; 



'^r H ;,, H *n C ' Un; F - L Hua "8 and p - p - H wang. DISTINCT TYPES OF MITOCHONDRIA-RICH 
MIMFI . DW- ^ A ' 0firo CHROM/S MQSSAMBICUS, ADAPTED TO DIFFERENT HYPOTON'C 
IIK f. i . A , n B n S r. 4lh imemational C&ess of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Blrmfngfan. 
FR40(4) g " " ^ Burss > edilor - MvM- Io l- 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:169. 1995. Abstract onr, 

|lnst. Zool., Nail. Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan] 



RnPHnJS' R ] fA a mAV,^!J; leffery lsely ' A LIVER AND MUSCLE BIOPSY TECHNIQUE KB 
in N ?D EVA n L V AT ' N OF ^GEMOUTH BASS. Prog. FisMMt. 56(4):288-290. 1994. FR 40(4| 
Ss S Ur " VanboW en M, Easlover, SC 29044] Microptwus sa/mo/dei sa/moWej and M. s 



A. Stone and Nancy E. Love. SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OFA 

[Coll. Vel. Mcd, N.C. Slate Univ^m Hillsborough St., Raleigh 27606] 

Jianzhong; Mao Shujian and Wang Yiping. [ADVANCES IN 
a. !6|l):83-94. 1995. In Chinese. FR 40(4) 

ulF r ^Mou ( T?^ lNANCE ' PUSMAHORMONECON CENTRATIONS,AK: 
^ _ " m ^R N S TROUT (ONCORWCHUS MYK1SS). Can. ). Zoo/. 73(51:826411 

[Dep. Zoo!., Univ. Briiish Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T I Z4t 
. Bam. a . > slo1 - R Bul,U.RAa^^^^ 



r i n n i n 

i. i. uean. I-LCAIDIC MtlAttULK. DEPRESSION ACCOMPANIES SEASOM 

MtTABOUC VPOXIATftoce A ^ s D /^eVhT(Sf^ DIVEKSUS - IS IT INDUCCD E: 

1 995/Al'!itra'ci o'Sy.yjoS' ^ ' AU ^' ' ^' 5 Wa " en W ' Bu 'SSren, editor. Physiot. Zoo/. 68(4)SuppLSecl > ': J2J 
[ep. Binl. Sci , Univ. Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand) 



F'hys:,!, Univ. Coll. london, London, England) Scyfahinus czniculus 



,, io sa T Durhmi Durhjm ' En8iMdi ^ fa ' us sa/m * s ^ *- 

IF- f^ol I*. Dep. ftltal , Uni , CueW> cte^'oTcan^ "' W ' 6 ' 2 - ' ^ " 



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95-007732 MacDougal, K. C; M. B. Johnstone and K. G. Burnett. MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES REACTIVE 
WITH THE IMMUNOGLOBULIN HEAVY CHAIN IN SCIAENID FISHES. Fish & Shellfish Immunol. 5(5);389-391 
1995. FR 40(4) 

(Burnell: Mar. fiiomed. & Environ. Sci., Med. Univ. S,C., 221 Fort Johnson Rd, Charleston 2941 2] Sciaenops 
ocellatus and data for nine other species. 

95-007733 Mackenzie, S.; J. Docherty; G. Cramb and N. Hazon. CHARACTERIZATION OF NaCI SECRETION 
IN THE DOGFISH RECTAL GLAND - IN VIVO, IN VITRO AND MOLECULAR ASPECTS. Proceedings of the 4th 
International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1} August 1995. Warren 
W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 6B(4)Suppl. Sect.:185. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Sen. Biot, & Med. Sci., Univ. Si, Andrews, Fife KYI 6 8LB, Scotland] Scyliorhinus caniculus. 

95-007734 Madsen, S. S.; F. B. Jensen and B. K. Larsen. OSMOREGULATION, ACID-BASE BALANCE AND 
RESPIRATION IN WH1TEFISH (CORECONUS LAVARETUS) TRANSFERRED FROM FRESH WATER TO 
SEAWATER. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, 
Birmingham, UK, 6-1 i August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. G8(4)Suppl. Sect.:172. 1995 
Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Jensen: Inst. Biol,, Odense Univ., Odense, Denmark) 

95-007735 M anger-Jensen, A. and K. G. Waiwood. THE EFFECT OF LIGHT EXPOSURE ON BUOYANCY OF 
HALIBUT EGGS./. Fish Biol. 47{1}:18-25, 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Inst. Mar. Res., Austevoll Aquacult. Res. Sin,, N-5392 Storebo, Norway) Hippoglossus hippoglossus. 

95-007736 Marc, A. M.; C. Quentel; A. Severe; P. Y. Le Bail and G. Boeuf. CHANGES IN SOME 
ENDOCRINOLOGICAL AND NON-SPECIFIC IMMUNOLOGICAL PARAMETERS DURING SEAWATER 
EXPOSURE IN THE BROWN TROUTJ. Fish Biol. 46(6):1 065-1 081. 1995. FR40(4) 

[CNEVA Lab. Palhol, Anim. Aquat., B. P. 70, 29280 Plouzane, Brest, France] Salmo trutta. 

95-007737 March, Paul E. and Howard M. Reisman. SEASONAL CHANGES IN HEPATOCYTE 
ULTRASTRUCTURE CORRELATED WITH CYCLIC SYNTHESIS OF SECRETORY PROTEINS IN THE WINTER 
FLOUNDER (PLE URONECTES AMERICANUS). Cell Tissue Res. 28(1 }:1 53-1 61. 1995. FR 40(4) 
(Reisman: Div. Nat. Sci., Southampton Coll. Long Island Univ., Southampton, NY 11968) 

95-00773B Marty, Gary D.; David E. Hinton and Robert C. Summerfelt. H I STO PATHOLOGY OF 
SWIMBLADDER NONINFLATION IN WALLEYE LARVAE; ROLE OF DEVELOPMENT IN INFLAMMATION, 
/nrernali'ona/ Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, 
September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers. p.W-20,3. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Med. & Epidemiol,, Sch. Vet. Med., Univ. Calif., Davis 95616] Stizostedion vitreiim. 

95-007739 Marty, Gary D.; David E. Hinton and Joseph J. Cech Jr. OXYGEN CONSUMPTION BY LARVAL 
JAPANESE MEDAKA WITH INFLATED OR UNINFLATED SWIM BLADDERS. Trans, Am. Fish. Soc. 
124(4):623-627. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Anal., Physiol,, & Cell Biol., Sch. Vet. Med., Univ. Calif,, Davis 95616] Oryzias latipes. 

95-007740 Malsubara,Takahiro; Shinji Adachl; Shigeho Ijlri and Kohei Yamauchi. CHANGE OF LIPOVITELl IN 
DURING IN VITRO OOCYTE MATURATION IN JAPANESE FLOUNDER PARALICHTHYS OLIVACEUS. Fish. Sci 
61(3}:478-481. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Resour. Manage. Div., Hokkaido Nail. Fish. Res. Inst., Katsurakoi, Kushlro, Hokkaido 085, Japan] 

95-007741 Maule, A. G. EFFECTS OF STRESS ON IMMUNE FUNCTIONING IN TEI.EOSTS. International 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4-6, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. 1-3. 1994, FR 40(4) 

[Natl. Biol. Surv., Pac. Northwest Nat. Sci. Cent., Columbia River Res. Lab., Cook, WA 98605] 

95-007742 Maximovich, A, A.; L. M. Epshlein; I. V. Kalina and G. A. Borovskaya. [GONADSTIMULATING 
PROPERTIES OF THE PREPARATIONS ISOLATED FROM SALMON GONADS.] Blologiya Morya (Vladivostok) 
20(6):452-456. 1994 In Russian wilh English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Lab. Physiol., Inst. Mar. Biol., Far Easl Branch, Russian Acad. Sci., Vladivostok 690041, Russia] 

95-007743 McDonald, John K.; Kathy Klein and Bryan D. Noe. DISTRIBUTION OF PEPTIDYL-GLYCINE 
ALPHA-AMIDATING MONOOXYGENASE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE BRAIN, PITUITARY AND ISLET 
ORGAN OF THE ANGLERFISH (LOPHIUS AMf. RtCANUS). Cell Tissue Res. 280(1):159.1 70. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Noe: Dep. Anat. & Cell BroL, Emory Univ. School Med., Atlanta, GA 30322] 

95-007744 McGeer, ). C. and F. B, Eddy. FACTORS AFFECTING THE PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE TO 
ALKALINE WATER IN RAINBOW TROUT. Proceedings of the 4(h International Congress of Comparative 
Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 
68(4)Suppl. Sect.:l 77. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Biol. Sci., Univ. Dundee, Dundee,. Scotland] Oncornync/Jt/s myfciss. 

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?7 45 Melon ' '- ; D - Med ' av " a ; F. Fernandez and I. V. Baanante. NUTRITIONAL REGULATION OF PFK-2 
UbNE ENZYME EXPRESSION IN LIVER OF SPARUS AURA7A. Proceedings of the 4lh International Congress v 
Comparative Physiology and fiioc/iemislry, Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August J995. Warren W. Bt/rggren, edi!o> 
Phys,ol. Zool. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:l21. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Unit Biochem., Sch. Pharm., Univ. Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain] 



S?!,r!f ? W '" er ' N " W ' ; M ' A " R y c V z Y n : T - B ' s 'use; ]. C. Luft; M. R. Wilson; ). E. Bly and L W. Clem, CHANNtL 
CATFISH LYMPHOCYTE CELL LINES ASUNIQUETOOLS FOR STUDYING THE IMMUNE RESPONSEOF FISH 
international Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts, Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington 
September 4-8, I 994, RonaW P. Hedrkk and lames R, Winlon, organizers, p, 1-1 . 1 994. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Microbiol., Univ. Miss. Med. Cent., Jackson] fctaftinis pimctalus. 

Dt 7 ,^ M ' ura ' Takesh '; Cnie mi Miura; Kohei Yarnauchi and Yoshilaka Nagahama. HUMAJi 
?iX M - ! n?" IVIN INDUCE S PROLIFERATION OF SPERMATOGONIA IN VITRO IN THE JAPANESE 
EELANCUILW MPON/CA. Fish. Sci. 61(3):434-437. 1995 FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Biol, Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan] 



PfS?NT?Ji r ^ S !? Takashi Kasusai; Yoshitaka Nagahama and Kohei Yamauchi. ACQUISITION Of 
1 995 FR 40{4 ^OTILITY IN VI7RQ IN JAPANESE EEL ANGUILIA IAPONICA. Fish. Sci. 6 1 (3):53>S31 

IDep. Biol., Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan! 



il^ in0m Sal ; Reiji Yoshina ^ a ^ Morihiko Sakaguchi. EFFECT OF VITAMIN C 
METABOLISM IN RAINBOW TROUT, fish. Sd. 61 (3):501-506. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
OncorhynchS mykis? n 1 ' ShirrlO[loseki Univ. Fish., Yoshimi, Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi 759-65, Japari 



n SFA MF^M ^L^^ COMPARATIVE EFFEOS OF MS 222 AND 2-PHENOXYETHANQ 

. Biochem. Physiol. 



58U&&4; 



D &&4 faxl'' **' ^"^ "' Aulonoma Bdlalerra ' 8193 Bellaterra, Barcelona, Spain, td (1 
,- T. ISS V5. AND WHOLE FISH METABOLIC EFFECTS OF CATECHOLAMINIi 



. 

JDep. Biol., Univ. Ottawa, Oll.iwa, ON, Canada] Salmo truita 

[Dep. Genet. & Evol., Univ. Fed Sao Carlos, Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil] 
EST A^SN C ,C\ V LA C sSS ? HEPATIC ARGIMASf 

c ?, sre z ofc rT? live ^^^ 

editor. Phyvol. ZooL 68(4)Suppl. SecL:126. 1995. Abstract only FR 40 4) ' Wa " en W ' Bu ^m 

[Dep. Genet. & Evol., Univ. Fed. Sao Carlos, Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil) 

95-007755 Moriyama, Shurtsufte; Walton W Dickhnff an/l Frii, 3 M r 

CHARACTERIHATIONOFINSUUN.LIKEGROVWHFACTOR- ISOLATION AND 

MYKISS. Cen. Camp. Endocrinat. 99(2):221-229 1995 FR 40(4) RA1NIJOW OUT, ONCORHYNCHUS 

iNatL Res. fnst. Aquacull, Inland Stn., Tamaki, Mie 519-04, Japan. fax:8l 59658-64131 

l^ 



flnst. Aquacilt., Univ. Stirling, Stirling, Scotland] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 
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PHVSIOLOGY (Continued) 

95-007757 Mothersill, C; F. Lyng; M. Lyons and D. Coltell. GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION OF 
EPIDERMAL CELLS FROM THE RAINBOW TROUT ESTABLISHED AS EXPLANTS AND MAINTAINED IN 
VARIOUS MEDIA. I Fish Biol. 46(&):1 01 1-1025. 1 995. FR40(4) 

[Dublin Inst. Technol., Kevin St., Dublin 8 Ireland) Oncorhynchus mykiss. . 

95-007758 Mukai, Yukinori. CUPULAR GROWTH OF EMBRYONIC FREE NEUROMASTS IN THE WILLOW 
SHINER CN/\THOPOCOWtONCATUSC4ERUtfSCfN5ANDTHEPAnERNINTHECHANCES IN CUPULAR 
LENGTH AFTER HATCHING. Fish. Sd. 61(3};521-522. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Fish., Fac. Agric., Kinki Univ., Nakamachi, Nara 631, Japan] 

95-007759 Murphy, Rhonda and Gregory A. Lewbarl. SALT TOLERANCE IN THE CALLICHTHYID CATFISH, 
CORYDORAS AENEUS. Prac, Int. Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Med. Vol. 26. p. 1 6-1 7. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[N.C. Slate Univ., Coll. Vet. Med,, Raleigh 27606] 

95-007760 Murray, James and Richard M. Hyslop. MICROINJECTION OF FURA-2 AM INTO RAINBOW 
TROUT EMBRYOS./. Co/o.-Wyo. Acad. Sd. 27(1 ):1 5. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Chem. & Biochem,, Univ. North. Colo., Greeley 80639] Oncor/iync/ius mykiss. 

95-007761 Mustafa, T.; C. Agnisola and J. K. Hansen. EVIDENCE FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF 
NON-PROSTANOID RELAXING FACTORS IN THE TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) CORONARY 
SYSTEM. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, 
UK, 6-H August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physio/. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:6S. 1995. Abstract only. 
FR 40(4) 

|lnst. Biol., Univ. Odense, Odense, Denmark] 

95-007762 Nablssi, M.; G. Mosconi; A. Roncarali; D. Pali; A. M. Potzonetti Magni and H. R. Habibl. 
CHARACTERIZATION OF GNRH BINDING IN THE OVARY OF SEABREAM SPARUS AURATA. Measures for 
Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquacullure '94," 
Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. 1. Muir and f. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Pub/. No. 21. 
p. 284-286. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dip. Biol. M.C.A., Univ. Camerino, Camerino (MC), Italy] 

95-007763 Nakamura, Kaworu. PHYSIOLOGICAL CI-IARACTERISTICS OF GOLDFISH ENDURABILITY IN 
AIR. Fish. Sd. 61(3):455-457. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Fac. Fish., Kagoshlma Univ., Shimoatara, Kagoshima 890, Japan] Carassius auratus. 

95-007764 Nelson, G. A. and M. R. Ross. GASTRIC EVACUATION IN LITTLE SKATE./ Fish Biol. 46(6):977-986. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

(Mar. Res. Inst., Indian River Field Lab., 1 220 Prospect Ave., Suite 205, Melbourne, FL 32901 1 Ra/a erinacea, 

95-007765 Nieveen, M, C. and G. E. E. J. M. van den Thillart. METABOLITE PATTERNS IN CARP TISSUES 
DURING 48 h RECOVERY FROM EXPOSURE TO ANOXIA; CORRELATION WITH OXYGEN DEBT. Proceedings 
of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995. 
Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physlol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:1 22. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Univ. Leiden, Inst. Evol. & Ecol. Sc!., Anim. Physiol. Gorlaeus Lab,, P.O. Box 9502, 2300 RA Leiden, 
Netherlands] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-007766 Nikinmaa, M. and S. Airaksinen. EFFECT OF HAEMOGLOBIN CONCENTRATION ON THE 
OXYGEN AFFINITY OF INTACT LAMPREY ERYTHROCYTES. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of 
Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 1 August 1955. Warren W. Burggren, editor. 
Physiol. Zoo/, 6B(4)Suppl. Sect.:97. 1 995, Abstract only. FR40(4) 

[Dep. Biosci., Div. Anim. Physiol., Univ. Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland] Petrornyzon marinus. 

95-007767 Nilsson, Goran E. METABOLIC DEPRESSION AND ANOXIC SURVIVAL OF THE FISH BRAIN. 
Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-) f 
Angus! 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68{4)Suppl. Sect.:120. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Vertebr, Physiol. & Behav. Unit, Dep. Limnol., Uppsala Univ., Norbyv. 20, S-752 36 Uppsala, Sweden) 
Carassius auratus and C. carassius, 

95-007768 Nilsson, Goran E.; Patrick Hylland and Veronica Soderslrom. EVOLUTION OF NITRIC OXIDE 
DEPENDENT BRAIN BLOOD FLOW REGULATION IN VERTEBRATES. Proceedings of the 4th International 
Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6~H August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, 
editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:150. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Vortebr. Physiol. & Behav. Unit, Dep. Limnol. Uppsala Univ., Norbyv.. 20, S-752 36 Uppsala, Sweden] 
Csrassius auraius and Oricornynchus mykiss. 

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[Dep. Biol. Sci., Calif. State Univ., Hayward 94542) 
|Dep. fiioeng., Univ. Utah, Sail Lake City 841 12| 

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|Dep. 810]., W.Va. Insl. Technol, Montgomery 25136J 

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JD*.Br*Unlv.Oiia W a,0^^ 

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95-007806 



VD-uu/BiKi Keite,O.B.;O Evsnwnanrl P i u *.t ^ , j ,, . 

DEPRIVED OF IIS METACHROMATIC 'DYE -BINDltc COMpSKT' 13 GRANULE CELL: A MAST CEl > 

HedWcfc and lames R, Winlon, otgaoheo. p^pS iS^ra^nfet VVaiWn 8 ftW1 ' ^P'emfaer 4-8, /994. RonaW f. 
fNorweirmn Pnlt V/oi M...J o.i- t .' ; ' l _ ; *-'^- ""> *t"n) 



OR P^SITE^aminatt I E ^ ns - * RE CARP RODLET CELLS OF FISH 

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r Res. U,, Pep. Bio , Sci ., Keele ^ , 



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PHYSIOLOGY (Continued) 

95-007808 Rodnick, Kenneth J. and Bruce D. Sidell. EFFECTS OF BODY SIZE AND THERMAL ACCLIMATION 
ON PARVALBUMIN CONCENTRATION IN WHITE MUSCLE OF STRIPED BASS./. Exp. Zoo/. 272(4):266-274. 
1995. FR40(4) 

[Dep. Biol. Sci., Idaho Stale Univ,, Pocatello 83209-8007] Mamne saxatilis. 

95-007809 Romestand, B.; G. Breuil.; C. A. F, Bourmaucl; J. L. Coeurdacier andG. Bouix. DEVELOPMENT AND 
CHARACTERISATION OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AGAINST SEABASS IMMUNOCLOBULINS 
DtCMJRARCHUS MB/MX LINNAEUS, 1758. Fish & Shellfish Immunol. 5(5):347-357. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Lab. Parasilol. & Immunol., Univ. Montpellier II, 34095 Monlpellier Cedex 5, France] Anguilla anguilln, Spams 
auratus, Scophthatmus m3x/mu5,and Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-007810 Rubinsky, B. and A. L. DeVries, THE SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF THE CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENT 
ON THE FREEZING PROCESS IN ANTARCTIC PISH ANTIFREEZE GLYCOPROTEIN SOLUTIONS. Cryobio/ogy 
2&{&):588-589. 1 989. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

Tremalomus bernacchii and Nolothenia anguilata, 

95-007811 Sabapathy, Uma and Leng-Hong Too. SOME PROPERTIES OF THE INTESTINAL PROTEASES OF 
THE RABBITFISH, SIGANUS CANAL1CULATUS (PARK), Fish Physiol. Biochem. 14(3):215-221. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Zool., Nail. Univ. Singapore, Keril Ridge 051 1, Singapore) 

95-007812 Sakai, M.; M. Kobayashi and H. Kawauchi, ENHANCEMENT OF CHEMILUMINESCENT 
RESPONSES OF PHAGOCYTIC CELLS FROM RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS, BY INJECTION 
OF GROWTH HORMONE. Fish & Shellfish Immunol. 5(5):375-379. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Fac. Agfic, Miyazaki Univ., Miyazaki 889-21, Japan] 

95-007813 Sakharov, R. S. and A. A. Vikhman. ERYTHROCYTE ISOANTIGENS OF THE CARP CYPRINUS 
CARPIO L. Russ. /. Genet. (Engl. Trans/. Genetika) 31(6):734-735. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Hematol. Res. Cent., Russian Acad, Med. Sci,, Moscow, 1 251 67 Russia] 

95-007814 Sano, N,; O. Kiirala; N. Okamoto and Y. Ikeda. A NEW FLUOROCHROMASIA METHOD USING 
A FLUORESCENCE MICROPLATE READER FOR ASSAY OF. CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY OF CARP LEUCOCYTES. 
Vel. Immunol. Immunopathol. 47(1, 2):1 73-1 78. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Okamoto; Dep. Aquat. Qiosci., Tokyo Univ. Fish,, Konan 4, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108, Japan. 
lel:+8 1-3-5463-0547; fax:+81-3-5463-0552| Cyprinus carpio. 

95-00781 5 Sato, Cliikako; Ryo Kimura; Kaoru Nakatn; Susumu Umeda and Manpci Suzuki. RNA/DNA RATIO 
OF FIRST-FEEDING LARVAE OF JAPANESE SARDINE. Fish. Sci. 61(3):538-539. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Natl, Res. Inst. Fish. Sci., Fukuura, Kanazawa, Yokohama 236, Japan] Satdinops sagax melanosticlus. 

95-00781 6 Salo, Kenji. [BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON COLLAGEN IN FISH MUSCLE.] Nippon Sulsan CaWta/sW 
61(4):481-484. 1995. In Japanese. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Food Sci. & Nutr., Fac. Living Sci., Kyoto Prefeclural Univ., Shimogamo, Kyoto 606, Japan] 

95-00781 7 Schultz, Duanc R. ant) M. Elizabeth Clarke. AN IMMUNOLOGICAL STUDY OF PREDATION ON 
HATCHERY-REARED, JUVENILE RED DRUM (SCIAENOPS OCEIMTU5): PREPARATION AND ASSAYS OF A 
'RED DRUM-SPECIFIC" PROTEIN FOR PREDATOR-PREY EXPERIMENTS. /. Cx/). Mar. Biol. Ecol. 
1 B9(1+2):233-249. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Med., Div. Allergy & Immunol,, R-1 02, Univ. Miami School Mod., P.O. Box 01 69&0, Miami, FL 33 1 1 1 

95-007818 Schwarz, W. and L. A. Vasllets. MOLECULAR EXPRESSION AND REGULATION OF THE 
Na*/K + -PUMP. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, 
Birmingham, UK, 6-1 J August 9995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 60(4)Suppl. Sect.:182. 1995, 
Abslract only. FR 40(4) 

[Max-Planck-lnst. F, (I.C.F.) Biophysiol., Frankfurt/M, Germany] Torpedo marmorata. 

95-007819 Sebert, Pliillppe; Jean-Francois Menez; Bernard Simon and Lucien Barllielerny. [EFFECTS OF 
HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE ON MALONDIALDEHYDE (MDA) BRAIN CONTENTS IN YELLOW FRESHWATER 
EELS.] C. R. Acad Sd. Ser. Ill Sd. Vie 3 1 8(7):757-760. 1 995. In French with English Summ. FR 40(4) 
[Lab. Physiol., UFR Med., BP 81 5, 29285 Bresl Cedex, France] Angii'illa anguilla, 

95-007820 Secombes, C. ]. MACROPHAGE-CYTOKINE INTERACTIONS. Inlernmlonal Symposium on Aquatic 
Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-Q, 1994. Ronald P. 
Hecliick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. 1-2. 1994. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Zool., Univ. Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland] 

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Isliophorus aft/cans, Teirapturus aAWuj, and Mafca/ra nfcrfcans 



8, NL-3584 CH Ulrcch,, 






|lnst. Mar. Biol,, Univ. Hawaii, Kaneohe 96744) 



FR40(4) ->-"*. nonaiar. neartck and ]ames R. Wmton, organizers, p. W-20.5. 1994. 

(Agric. Eng. Dep., Technion, Haifa 32000, Israel] Tilapia. 

^^^ 



t.Cell&Mol.8iol,,TaipeiWed.Coll., Taipei, Taiwan] 

*$St^ SE ro 

c. Agric, Kochi Univ, Mob e , N.nkok,, Kochi 7&3, Jap.n] C^/nus c^b 

^^^ 

fltochem/rtv, B/mrngtem, UfC, 6-1 r /\S^995 H/arren wSS^ ^^f f ^ m P ara " Ve P/^togy ancf 
1995. Abslract only. FR 40(4) ' Bu 'S re ^ ed ' tor - ^^/o/. Zoo!. 68{4)Suppl. SccL:67. 

[Lab. Fish Physiol., Fac Appl. Biol. Sd., Hiroshima Univ., Hiroshima, Japan] 

Sc^$X 

of Comparative Physiology and Bioche^BiM^ ^\ f f ec/ ' n e s o(th * ^ International Cong 

"' ' 



)/ 7nnl AR/dl'c \"c '"'"(/ "iiiltlllgliam, UH, b-J 1 

[Dep. Biol. Sd., Univ. Plymouth, Drake Circus,' pTymouVpU 6AA, England] 
yi-007831 Sfierendrecht, W. I N Lnronjon- i fi, r- , 

IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS nF A MnMnrm'kiT ?1 ; ' Koch; J ' H ' W ' M - Rombout. 
(ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) C^LOC^KAN^^^S^ ?Klf}C FOR RAINBOWTROUT 
46(3,4):349-360. 1995. FR 40(4) IMKUMUOCYTES. Vei. Immunol. Immunopathol. 

(Danish Trou, Cult. R es . Stn ., Brons Wollevaj 7, DK-6780 Skaerbaek, Denmark| 

OF VENTJLATORY CONTROL Proceerf/ns f fh j I i ^T^^^^^ : "^SIGHTS INTO THE EVOLUTION 
Biochemistry, Birmingham UK 6-1 J August l QQT u/ 'ji e ''na'(iofjai Congress of Comparative Physiology and 
1 995. Abslracl only. FR 40(4}' r(?n Wl fiur S^ en - e(//(or. ffiys/b/. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Secl.:90. 

(Dep. Biol., Univ. Tex., Arlington 76019] 

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95-007833 Smedsrod, Bard; Randi Olsen and Baldur Sveinbjornsson. CIRCULATING COLLAGEN IS 
CATABOLIZED BY ENDOCYTOSIS MAINLY BY ENDOTHELIAL CELLS OF ENDOCARDIUM IN COD (GADUS 
MORHUA). Cell Tissue Res. 280(1 ):39-48. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Exp. Pathol., Inst. Med. Biol,, MH-byggel, Univ. Tromso, N-9037 Tromso, Norway! 

95-007834 Smith, Lynwood S. ANATOMY AND SPECIAL PHYSIOLOGY OF SALMONIDS. In: Fish Medicine 
Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 322-327. 1993. FR 40(4) 
[School Fish., Univ. Wash,, Seattle 981 95] 

95-007835 Smith, Lynwood S. ANATOMY AND SPECIAL PHYSIOLOGY OP TEMPERATE FRESHWATER 
FISHES, In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 228-232. 1993. FR 40(4} 
.[School Fish., Univ. Wash., Seattle 981 95| Data for eight species. 

95-007836 Smith, R. W. and D. F. Houlihan. PROTEIN SYNTHESIS AND OXYGEN CONSUMPTION IN FISH 
CELLS. I Comp. Physiol. B Biochem. Syst. Environ. Physfal. 1 65(2):93-1 01 . 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(Dap. Zool.., Univ. Aberdeen, Tillydrone Ave., Aberdeen AB9 2TN, Scotland! Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-007837 Smith, S. A.; T. Caceci and J. L. Robertson, RODLET CELLS: ORIGIN AND POSSIBLE FUNCTION, 
fnteinational Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, 
September 4-8, !994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames K. Winton, organizers, p. W-20.4. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Palhobfol., Va.-Md, Reg. Coll. Vet. Med., VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 2406 1 ] Pierophyllum scalare scalare. 

95-007538 Soengas, ). L.; E, Strong; J. Fuentes; M. Aldegunde and M. D. Andres. BRAIN CARBOHYDRATE 
AND KETQNE BODIES METABOLISM OF ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) IS DEPRESSED 
POST-FEEDING. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, 
Birmingham, UK, 6-1] August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zool. 68(4}Suppl. Seci.:123. 1995, 
Abstract only. fR 40(4} 

|Lab. Fisiol. Anirn.j Fac. Biol., Univ. Santiago de Corripostela, 15706 Santiago de Compostela, Spain] 

95-007839 Sola, Carla. CHEMOATTRACTION OF UPSTREAM MIGRATING GLASS EELS ANGUILLA 
ANGUiLLA TO EARTHY AND GREEN ODORANTS. Enwron. Biol. tfsnes43(2}:1 79-1 85. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Dip. fliol.Anim., Univ. Modena, via Universita4, 1-41 100 Modena, Italy] 

95-007840 Souza, R. H. S.; G. Moraes; J, Choudhuri; G. C, Manezes and A. L. Val. THE EFFECT OF NITRITE 
EXPOSURE ON METHEMOGLOBIN LEVELS IN TAMBAQUI COLOSSOMA MACROPOMUM. Proceedings of 
the 4lh International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6- ; / August 1 995. 
Wasicn W, Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zool. G8(4)Suppl. Sect.:126. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
(AcjUiicult. Cent. Res. & Train./IBAMA, Univ. Sao Carlos, Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil] C. mitrei. 

95-007841 St. Heigason, Sigurdur.SALINITY EFFECT ON SMOLTIFICATION IN ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO 
SALAR). Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux 
Aquacuttvre '94,* Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994.1. MitirandF. Sew/a, compilers. Eur. Aquacult, Soc. Spec. 
Publ. No. 2 1 . p. 60. 1 994. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Physiol., Univ. Iceland, Iceland) 

95-007842 Sleeger, H.-U. and C. R. Bridges. A METHOD FOR LONG-TERM MEASUREMENT OF 
RESPIRATION IN INTERTIDAL FISHES DURING SIMULATED INTERTIDAL CONDITIONS. /. Fish Biol 
47(2);308-320. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Bridges: Inst. Zoophysiol., Heinrich-Heine-Unlv., 40225 Duesseldorf, Germany] Upophrys pholis and 
Petiophtnalmodon barbatus. 

95-007843 Stephan, G.; ]. Guillaume and F. Lamour. THE LEVEL OF THIOBARDITURIC ACID REACTIVE 
SUBSTANCES, AN INDEX OF THE PROTECTION OF TISSUE LIPID AGAINST PEROXIDATION, STUDY IN 
TURBOT. ROLES OF THE UNSATURATION OF THE DIETARY FATTY ACID AND OF THE 
ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL SUPPLY. Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International 
Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. 1, Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. 
Eur. Aqitacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 170-171, 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Cent. Nail. Etudes Vet. Alimcnlaires - Lab. Pathol. Anlm, Aquat. (CNEVA-LPAA), BP 70-29280 Plouzane, 
France) Scophthafmus maximus, 

95-007844 Stewart, Laura Jane. NUTRITION OF KOI, CARP, AND GOLDFISH. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. 
Sto&opf, editor, p. 461-470. 1993. FR 40(4) 

fSan Antonio Zool. Card, & Aquarium, San Antonio, TXj Carass/us aura (wand Cyprinus carpio, 

95-007845 Stoknes, Iren and Turid Ruslad. PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A 
MULTICATALYTIC PROTEINASE FROM ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) MUSCLE. Comp. Biochem. 
Physiol. B Biochem. MoL Blol. 1 11(4):587-596. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biotechnol., Norwegian Inst. Technol. Univ. Trondheim, N-7034 Trondheim-NTI-i, Norway. tel:47 
73593020; fax:47 73591283) 

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S^5^^^ 

[Dep. Companion Anin, & Special Species Mad, Coll. V et . Med., N.C, State Univ, Raleigh 27607| 

- & SpGd " S > edes Med " Co"- Ve,. Mad., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607, Da, fc 



, OF MARINE TROPICAL FISHES 

Pep. Companion Anirr, & Special Species Mod, Coll. Vel. Med., N.C. State Univ, Raleigh 27607] 

?*$^t&^ r S$f F MARINE TROPICAL * *, w, A 

36 ^S 0mPa n Anfm - & Spedal S ' ecies "erf. Coll. Ve. Med, N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27C07| Data b 



//dne . Michae , 

[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vet Med., N.C. Slate Univ., Raleigh 27607J 
95-007851 Stoskcpf, Michael K. SURGERY. /, flrf, Medici ne. Michael K. Stoskopf, ec^o, p. 91-97. t9M. 
IDep. Companion Anim. & Speci.1 Species Med., Coll. Vet. Med, N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607! 



TSL,0 

DEVELOPMENT OF THE TELEOST FISH OWZM5 MT^? mE^ 

Contributions Presented a ' ME 



MT mEDAK 

Contributions Presented at the Internallarnl ' OwfaJ* L ME , DAKA - Measures for Success: Afastracts of 

1994. 1 ^^F^ 
it Ecol., KOSSU.H Lajos Univ,, 



CONDmONS. ftooMdhg j orS f^SSS^r^ 5 ! r NDER DirFERE NT LIGHT AND FEEDING 
Birmingham, UK, 6-1 f yJu Jt ,995 WanSw^T^, f m .Pf rati Physiology and Biochmta*. 
Abst;act only. FR 40(4) Burggrea edrtof. Physiot. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Secl.:110. I99i 

[Oep. Biosci., Nishi-Tokyo Univ.,Ja P art] 



S 
RAINBOWTROUT,ONCOWmC^ B ^NE PARTICLES INTO 



,URET,C PEPTIDES ,N FfiHK 

it ?9S5. W a ,fen W, Bwggw ^SfJ ^^ fi/oc/)ef ""'^ Birmingham, UK, 6-1 1 

[Ocean Res, Irm, Univ. SSS SR, jS! 68(4JSu PP'' Sect ' :1 8<X 1 995. Abstract only. FR 4^4) 



j. . nww Aquacoft. 5oc. 26(2):188-193. 1995. FR 40(4) 
Univ., Azumacho, Izumigun, Kagoshima 899-14, Japan) 

LYMFHOCYTE^TIMULAT'lOirr IsTln^jSi^f^' G '- H ' R ' 8 0ms; P ' Bakuw el and J. H. Boon. AN IN ViVO 
Sheraton Hotel, Seattle Washington' Seni* h A a * m P sluman A( l ual ^ Animal Health: Program and Abstracn 
p. P-80. 1994. FR 40(4) ^Kmoer^ 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and tames R. Wimon, organize 

Pep. Fish Cult. & Fish, Wageningen Agric. Univ., Wageningen, Netherlandsl 

u j j i ft \tiiKil\tf L_nUHrn3 3nd B E \l3rr~h nVKl A &A l/~c /~ir m 1 1" 

TROUT (ONCORHYHCHUS MYJC/SS) UN DER A VAB^rv nc niSJS^ FREE AMINO ACIDS IN RAINBOW 
1 4(3); 1 79-194. 1 995. FR 40(4) '.*" v/yci T ^J^ UICTARY CONDITIONS, ftj/i Phystol. Biocfteui 

IMarch: Dep. Anin>. Sci., Uni.. British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T ,Z4| 



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95-007860 Taylor, E. W. THE COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY OF CARDIORESPIRATORY CONTROL 
Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6- 1 1 
August 1995. Wairen W. Burggren, editor Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:63. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Biol. Sci., Univ. Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT, England] 

95-G07B61 Tazawa, E.; A. Fujiwara and I. Yasumasu, PHOTOACTIVATION OF NADH CYTOCHROME c 
REDUCTASE IN MITOCHONDRIA ISOLATED FROM SEVERAL TISSUES OF MARINE INVERTEBRATES AND 
FISHES. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, 
UK, 6-1 1 August 7995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Secl.:145. 1995. Abstract only. 
FR40(4) 

[Biol. Inst., Fac. Lit. & Sci., Yokohama Univ., Kanagawa, Japan] 

95-007862 Thompson, Kim D.; R. James Henderson and Mary F. Tatner. EFFECTS OP EXOGENOUS FATTY 
ACIDS ON ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO 5AMR* /.) HEADKIDNEY IEUCOCYTES. International Symposium on 
Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 7 994. Ronald 
P. Hedrick and James R, Winton, organizers, p. W-20.1. 1994, FR 40(4) 
| Inst Aquacull., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-007063 Thorarensen, H.; P. E. Gallaugher and A, P. Farrell. THE SIGNIFICANCE Of CHANGES IN GUT 
BLOOD FLOW FOR CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION AND OXYGEN TRANSPORT IN CHINOOK SALMON 
tONCORHYNCHUS KHAWYTSCHA). Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology 
and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. 
Secl.:65. 1 99S. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Physiol. & Anat., Massey Univ.., Massey, New Zealand] 

95-007864 Uesafca, Toshihiro; Keiichi Yano; Motoo Yamasaki and Masaaki Ando. SOMATOSTATIN-, 
VASOACTIVE INTESTINAL PEPTIDE-, AND GRANULIN-LIKE PEPTIDES ISOLATED FROM INTESTINAL 
SXTRACTS OF GOLDFISH, CARASSIUS AURA7US. Gen. Com;). Endocrinol. 99(3):298-306. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
|Ando: Lab. Physiol,, Fac, Integrated Arts & Sci., Hiroshima Univ. Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima 739, japan] 

95-007565 Val, A. L; O. T. F. da Costa; M. A. F. de Moura and V, M. F. de Almeida-Val. RESPIRATORY 
FEATURES OF THE AMAZON CHARACIN CO(.OS5OMA MACROPOMUM. Proceedings of the 4th International 
Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 J August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, 
editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Secl.:100. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Aquacult., Nail. Inst. Res. Amazon (INPA), Univ. Amazonas, Amazonas, Brazil] 

95-007866 van den Thillart, G. E. E. J. M. FLEXIBLE METABOLIC DEPRESSION OF FISH. Proceedings of the 
4tb International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 1 August J995. 
Warren W. Surggren, editor. Physiol. Zooi. 68{4)Suppl. Sect,:119. 1995. Abstract only, FR 40(4) 

[Univ. Leiden, Inst. Evol. & Ecol, Sci,, Anim. Physiol., Gorlaeus Lab., P.O. Box 9502, 2300 RA Leiden, 
Netherlands] Carassius auraius, Cyprinus carpio, Jilapia, and Angullla anguilla. 

95-007867 van der Heijden, M. H. T.; G. H. R. Booms; M. W. T. Tanck; J. H. W. M. Rombout and J. H. Boon. 
INFLUENCE OF FLUMEQUINE ON IN VIVO MITOGEN RESPONSES OF EUROPEAN EEL (ANGUIL1.A 
ANGUILLA U 1 758) LYMPHOID CELLS. Vel. Immunol. Immunopathol. 47(1,2):143-152. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Fish Cult. & Fish., Wageningen Agric. Univ., P.O, Box 33fl, 6700 AH Wageningen, Netherlands) 

95-007868 Verma, R. J. IMPACT OF TEMPERATURE ON OXYGEN CARRYING CAPACITY OF WATCR AND 
SURVIVAL OF FINGERLINCS. /nc//an for, l21(3):243-2-14. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep, Zooi., Univ. Sch. Sci., Gujarat Univ., Ahmedabad, India] 

95-007869 Vijayan, M. M.; J. D. Morgan; T. Sakamoto; G. Grau and G. K. Iwama. NUTRITIONAL STATE AND 
SEAWATER ACCLIMATION IN A EURYHAUNE FISH, THE TILAPIA: HORMONAL AND METABOLIC 
CHANGES. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, 
Birmingham, UK, 6-11 August 1995. Warren W. Bufggren, editor. Physiol. Zooi. 6B(4)Suppl. Sect.: 168. 1995. 
Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Anim. Sci. & Canadian Bact. DIs. Network, Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada] Tilapia 
mosfambica, 

95-007070 Virkki, L, V. and M. Nikinmaa, CHARACTERIZATION OF INWARDLY RECTIFYING K 
CONDUCTANCE IN LAMPREY (LAMPETRA FLUVIATILIS) ERYTHROCYTES. Proceedings of the 4th International 

Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 J August J995. Warren W. Burggren, 
editor. Physiot. Zooi. 68(4)Suppl.Sect.:185. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Dep, Biosci., Univ. Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland] 

95-007&71 Waagbo, R.; K. Sandnes and G.-l. Hemre, DIETARY CARBOHYDRATES AND STRESS IN ATLANTIC 
SALMON. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, 
Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-96, 1994. FR 40(4) 
[DJr. Fish,, lust. Nutr., Bergen, Norway] Oncor/iyndius mykiss, Salmo salar, and Gat/us morhua, 

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N^OGEN SBOUSM ^&!^^ E ^^ AI AND CONFINEMENT ON 
198(7):15S9-1566.1995.FR40(4) GULF TOADFISH OPSANUS BETA. ]. f xp fl W. 






*0 BLOOD pR^osErorNcTNJESoTo^L ^ (AVT) C N NTRA7 JOWS 



, 93 , 



IScl,. Biol. Sci., Univ. Manchester, Mandate, M13 9PT, England, 

Ko ' irak3W3 ""^hi, Yamagata-city, Yamagaia 990, J llparl ] 
Saito. SPECIFIC.TY OF FATTY AC.D 

^^^^ 



. Endocrinoi. 
Uni, Sc, Med, 

P^THLrurCenS,^ [^5 E A ^EV(renraiMK?OWAMWN 

peptide cent - D ^-^ 



-J I " 91 Cn8reSS f c <""a*e Wo* 



._ only. FR 40(4)' "^ ' VVa " e " Wl flur Sg f en. ed/lor. f/ij/jfo/. Zoo/. 68(4)SuppJ. Secl/Si 

[Zoophyslol. Dep,, Umv. Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark] 
95-007880 Websler, Carl D.; Richard T 

PHOSPHOLIPtDS AS AN INDICATOR OF DIETARY FCWTI'A' C ' awson - ^TIO OF 20;3(n-9) TO 20'5(n-3) IN 
MORONESAXAJILIS,A.ND PALMETTO BASS M MWTOK ^"^YACID SUFFICIENCY IN STRIPED BASS 
FR 1S*' If- D ' 7//5x M. C^V5O/>S././\pp//\q(/acu/(.4(4):75-90. 199^ 

yj-uu/o8i Whorisksv FrpH C 1 f v A ^ 

scorpius. ' 3iveimus fontinaHs, MvoxoceahaliK nnartri!* '-j u' 



[Dep.Nat.Resour.i 

rp/us ' ' ' a!vellnus f ntinall Sl Myoxocephalus quadricomte'anci M. 

H'Se 2 ^G^'^^^^^^^m. IMMUNOLOCALIZATION OF (V TYPE) 
%^^ 

aranthStr * ' '"'^" ^-Oilimbia, V3nrmivfir Rf" f* ^ j i *-. ' * " u ^ l '"^-[ Only. rK 4014) 

ai_eri niHdS, * "'P^WUVCN u^_, Ldnan^l f Inmr/ii/n^-k... ^_. ./.i _ * . 



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95-007883 Wolken, Jerome ). LIGHT DETECTORS, PHOTO RECEPTORS, AND IMAGING SYSTEMS IN 
NATURE. Oxford Univ. Press 259p. 1995, Available at $65.00 (doth: ISBN 0-1 9-505002-9) from Oxford Univ. 
Press, 200 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016. tel:800-451-7556. FR 40(4) 
[Carnegie Mellon Univ., Biol. ScL, Pittsburgh, PA 15213) 

95-007&B4 Woo, N, V. S. and K. C. Chung. TOLERANCE OF POMACANTHUS 1MPERATOR TO 
HYPOOSMOTIC SALINITIES: CHANGES IN BODY COMPOSITION AND HEPATIC ENZYME ACTIVITIES. /. 
fish Biol. 47(1):70-81. 1995. FR 40(4) 

jDcp. Biol., Chinese Univ, Hong Kong, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong) 

95-007885 Wood, C. M. THE EFFECTS OF CATECHOLAMINES ON RESPIRATORY GAS EXCHANGE IN FISH. 
Proceedings of the *tlh International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 1 
August 1995. Warren W. Burggien, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:92. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Biol., McMaster Univ., Hamilton, ON, Canada L8S 4K1 ] 

95-007886 Wood, Chris M.; Peter Parl and Patricia A. Wright. AMMONIA AND UREA METABOLISM IN 
RELATION TO GILL FUNCTION AND ACID-BASE BALANCE IN A MARINE ELASMOBRANCH, THE SPINY 
DOGFISH (SQUAWS ACANTHIAS). }. Exp. Biol. 198(7):1 545-1558. 1995. FR 40(4) 
|Oep. Biol,, McMaster Univ,, Hamilton, ON, Canada LBS 4K1 ] 

95-C07B87 Wood, Chris M,; Todd E. Hopkins, Christen Hogstrand and Patrick J. Walsh. PULSATILE UREA 
EXCRETION IN THE UREAGENIC TOADFISH OPSANUS BE7A: AN ANALYSIS OF RATES AND ROUTES. ]. Exp 
Biol 198(8):1 729-1 741. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol., McMaster Univ., Hamilton, ON, Canada L8S 4K1 1 

95-007888 Wootton, R. ). ENERGY ALLOCATION IN THE THREESPINE STICKLEBACK. In; T/te Evolutionary 
Biology a( the Threespine Stickleback Michael A. Bell and Susan A. Foster, editors, p. 114-143. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. BioJ. ScL, Univ. Coll, Wales, Aberyslwylh, Dyfed S423 3DA, Wales] Caslerosteus acuteatus. 

95-007889 Yarnada, Hideaki; Ryuya Horiuchi and Kohei Yarnauchi. UPTAKE MECHANISM OF 
W-TRIIODOTHYRONINE IN MASU SALMON ONCORHYNCHUS MASOU HEPATOCYTES. Fish. So, 
61(3}:467-471.1995.FR4Q{4) 

[Nail. Res. Inst. Aquacull., Nikko Branch, Nikko, Tochigi 321-1 6, Japan) 

95-007890 Yamamoto,A.andT.lida. NON-SPECIFIC DEFENSE ACTIVITIESOFTRIPLOID RAINBOWTROUT. 
Jnte/nafwia/ Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheralon Hotel, Seattle, Washington, 
September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-74. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Yamanashi Prefect. Fish. Technol. Cent., Oshino Trout Hatch., Oshino, Yamanashi, Japan] Oncor/iynchus 
mykiss. 

95-007891 Yang, D. X-RAY STRUCTURE AND MECHANISM OF ANTIFREEZE PROTEIN. Qyobioloov 
27<6):645.&4G. 1 990, Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

95-007092 Yano, Tomokl. [THE COMPLEMENT SYSTEMS OF FISH.[ Fish Pathol. 30(2):151-158. 1995. Ir 
Japanese with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Lab. Fish. Chem,, Fac. Agric, Kyushu Univ., Hakozaki, Fukuoka 81 2, Japan] 

95-007093 Yokoyama, S. EVOLUTIONARY GENETICS OF COLOUR VISION. Proceedings of the 4tl\ 
International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6- J 1 August 1 995. Warren 
W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/, 68(4)Si>ppl. Sect.:1 59. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Bfol,, Syracuse Univ,, Syracuse, NY 13244] 

95-007894 Yoshlda, M.; K. Uematsu and K, Namba. DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES IN THE 
MOTONEURONAL ACTIVITY UNDERLYING SWIMMING BEHAVIOR OF THE ANGELFISH PTEROPHYLLUM 
SCALARE. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, 
UK, 6- II August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:163. 1995. Abstract only, 
FR 40[4) ' ^ r 

[Lab, FisJi Physiol., Fac. Appl. Biol. Sci., Hiroshima Univ., Hiroshima, Japan] 

95-007895 Yoshlzawa, T. EVOLUTION OF VERTEBRATE VISUAL PIGMENTS AND THE COLOUR VISION, 
Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistiy, Birmingham, UK, 6-] ) 
August 1995. Warren W. Bwggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 6fl(4)Suppl. Sect,:158. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Inf. Syst. Eng., Fac. Eng,, Osaka Sangyo Univ,, Osaka, Japan] 

95-007096 Yousif, A. N,; L J. Albright and T. P. T. Evelyn. BACTERIAL BINDING SITES AND SUGAR 
SPECIFICITY OF A LECTIN FROM THE EGGS OF COHO SALMON ONCORHYNCHUS KISUTCH. International 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4-$, J994, Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers. p.W-21.2. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Inst, Aquacull. Res., Dep. Biol. ScL, Simon Eraser Univ., Burnaby, BC, Canda V5A 1S6] 

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95-007897 Youson, John H.; John A. Holmes and John F. Lealherland. SERUM CONCENTRATIONS < 
THYROID HORMONES IN KCIO-rTREATED LARVAL SEA LAMPREYS (PEJROMYZON MARtNUS I..). Co* 
Biochem. Physiol C Phaimacol. Toxicol, Endocrinol. 111(2):265-270. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Div. Life Sci,, Scarborough Campus, Univ. Toronto, Scarborough, ON, Canada M 1 C 1 A4. lel;4 1 6-287-7*13 
fax:4tfr-287-7642| 

95-007898 Zabelinskii, Stanislav A.; Nina B. Brovtsyna; Marina A. Chebolareva; Olga B. Corbimova a\ 
Alexander I. Krivchenko. COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION OF LIPID AND FATTY ACID COMPOSITION ( 
FISH GILLS AND MAMMALIAN LUNGS. A MODEL OF THE MEMBRANE LIPID COMPONENT ARE AS. Con 
Biochem. Physiol. B Biochem. Mol. Bio/. 1 1 1 ( 1 ): 1 27-1 40. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Sechenov Insl. Evol. Physiol. & Biochem., Russian Acad. Sci., S(. Petersburg 1 94223, Russia] 

95-007899 Zafci, M. I.; M. M. EI-Gharabawy and S. A. Kamil. SEASONAL CHANGES IN THE GONADOTROP 
AND SEX STEROID HORMONES IN THE BLOOD SERUM OF THE GRAY MULLET, MUCH CEPHAi US IN TJ 
SABKHET EL BARDAWIL OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA. /. Ichthyol. 35(2}:1-7. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
INatl. Insl. Oceangr. & Fish., Alexandria, Egypl] 

95-007900 Zhu, Yong and Peter Thomas. RED DRUM SOMATOLACTIN: DEVELOPMENT OF 
HOMOLOGOUS RADIOIMMUNOASSAY AND PLASMA LEVELS AFTER EXPOSURE TO STRESSORS C 
VARIOUS BACKGROUNDS. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 99(3):275-288. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Univ. Tex. Austin, Mar.Sci.lnsUP.O.Box1267,PortAransas78373)M/crapogon/asundti/alusand5dnc 
ocel/alus. 

95-007901 Zulian, E.; A. Bisazza and C. Marin. VARIATIONS IN MALE BODY SIZE IN NATURE 
POPULATIONS QfGAMBUSIAHOLBRQOKI. t/ioA EcoL & Evol. 7(1):HO. 1995 FR 40(4) 
(Dip. Biol., Univ. Padova, Via Trieste 75, 35121 Padova, Italy) 

GENETICS, VARIATION STUDIES AND HYBRIDIZATION 

9 JSIrcL,i} MC^C PV' 63 B ' and Wayne A ' Hubert - HISTORY, GENETIC VARIATION, AN 
PKN n?o,DTM C Mr^, OF 13 , SALMONID BROODSTOCKS MAINTAINED BY THE WYOMING GAME AH 
FISH DEPARTMENT. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the IrHornaiim 
Sympowum and Workshop Mdm Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 Mitrch 1994. Harold L. Schramm if an 
RobenG. Piper, editors. Am. fab. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 503-511 1995 FR 40(4) 

(Nail Biol. SHV, Coop Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit, Univ. Wyo,, Laramie C2071 1 Qncorhynchus 
ISS? ^ ' C ' Pteurilfcl14 5a/^ nU s|-onL//5, S. namaycush, Salmo (nSJ and 



; Vuokko Tormaiien and Takeshi Malsunaga. EVOUJTIOI 

^ GENES F SALMONID FISH, RAINBOW TROU 

CHARR MLVHWUS ALPINUS): IMPLICATIONS CONCERNIM 
. Iromunogenel;cj 41 (5):3 12-3 15. 1995 FR 40(41 
list. Cine. Biomed, Abel Salzar Univ. Porto, 4000 Porto, Portugal! 

(Lab. Genet. & Biochem., Tokyo Uni V . Fish,, Konan, Mina.o, Tokyo 108, Japan] Oiyz/as /al/pes 

u ' SOLATINC MECHANISMS UGTWEEf 

[Dep. Biol. & Reis Biol. Stn., St. Louis Univ., St, Louis, MO 63 1 03] 



CONSERVATION OF GHNETK 
G^F^J^^^^ 

JeW to Alb Uquerque , New Mexic % 55^^gSrff lh e '/ Symposium ami WMahof 
Fidt. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p 249-258 1995 FR 40(4) Schramm Ir. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am 

(rAO,Fish.De P .,Vla l edelleT erme Caracal l a, 00 100Ro m e,,,aly Mt rac l osc/onn 6///, 

-MPROWMENTTo? B^O^N TROUT ^JAtMO ^^ ^' |D<AGRAM E GENETIC 
MARICULTURElAfcawwfoj^ ^^^r^ M D EAT CHARACTERISTICS RAISED IN 
WwAilOKul^Wt^ 

Soc Spec. Publ. No. 21.p. 144-145. 1994 1 F^h FR A l ^^^ SevBa ' C '"^ S ' ^ A( l uac ^ 
(Elsamer S.A., B.P. 42, 29570 Camaret/Mer, France] . 

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Gf NETLCS, VARIATION STUDIES AND HYBRIDIZATION (Continued) 

95-007908 Biron, Michel. PRIMARY AND SECONDARY RESPONSES TO ACUTE STRESS IN TRIPLOID 
RAIN BOW TROUT AND BROOK TROUT. M.S. thesis, L/niV. New Brunswick (Canada) '\~\2p. 1993. From Masters 
Abstr, Int. 33{2):487. 1 995. Order No. MAMMB9230. FR 40(4) 
Oncorhynchus mykiss and Sa/veh'nus fonlinalis. 

95-007909 Black Melissa; Gregory Bcoton; Mark Chandler; Lcs Kaufman and Paul A. Fuersl. USE OF 
RANDOMLY AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DNA (PARD) TO STUDY POPULATION DIFFERENTIATION IN THE 
AFRICAN CICHLID FISH AHATOREOCHROMIS ALLUAUDI. Ohio I. Sci. 9S(2):1 1 . 1995. Abslract only. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Mol. Genet., Ohio Slate Univ., Columbus 43210] 

95-007910 Bouvet, Y.; M. Bobin; ]. L. Maslin and E. Pattec. THE GENETIC STRUCTURE OF ROACH 
POPULATIONS IN TWO CONTRASTED LARGE RIVERS. The fmporlance of Aquatic-Terrestrial Ecotones for 
Freshwater Ftsh- Results of a Mid-Term Meeting of FLIWE, Held in Lunz, Austria, August 3 1 -September 2, J992. F. 
Scfifemer, M. Zalewski, and I, E, Thorpe, editors. Hydrobiologia 303(1-3);229-234. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Lab. Biol. Anim. & Ecol., Univ. Claude Bernard Lyon-1, 43 bd du 1 1 Novcmbre, F-69622 Villeurbnnne Cedex, 
France] Kutiiustutilus in France. 

95-007911 Boyes, Kirnberly and Carol Stepien. RELATIONSHIPS OF THE RARE DEEP SEA SHARK 
MEGAMOUTH TO OTHER SHARKS: DNA EVIDENCE. Ohio I. Sd. 95(2):1 5, 1 995. Abslract only, FR 40(4) 

[Dap. Biol., Case West. Reserve Univ., Cleveland, OH 44106] Megachasma pelagios, Carcharodon carchanas, 
Isurus oxyrinchus, I. pauctis, and iamna nasus. 

95-007912 Bugerl, R. M.; C. W. Hopley; C. A. Busack and G, W. Mendel. MAINTENANCE OF STOCK 
INTEGRITY IN SNAKE RIVER FALL CHINOOK SALMON. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic 
ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-1 7 
March 1994. Harold LSchrammlr. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 267-276. 1995. 

[Dep. Fish & Wildl., P,O. Box 43135, Olympia, WA 98501J Oncorhynchus tshawytscha in Idaho, Oregon, 
and Washington. 

95-007913 Bulak, James; Jean Leilner; Thomas Hilbish and Rex A. Dunham. DISTRIBUTION OF 
LARCEMOUTH BASS GENOTYPES IN SOUTH CAROLINA: INITIAL IMPLICATIONS. Uses and Effects of 
Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in 
Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L Schramm jr. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. 
Symp. No. 1 5. p. 226-235. 1995. F1J 40(4) 

[Dep, Nal. Resour,, 1921 Van Boklen Rd., Eastover, SC 29044] Micropterus satmoides (londanus and M. s. 



95-007914 Busack, Craig A. and Kennelh P. Currens. GENETIC RISKS AND HAZARDS IN HATCHERY 
OPERATIONS: FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS AND ISSUES. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic 
Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-J7 
March 1994, Harold L. Schramm jr. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 71-80. 1995. 
FR40(4} 

|Dep. Fish & Wildl,, 600 Capitol Way N., Olympia, WA 98501 ] 

95-007915 Bulh, Donald G. and Thomas R, Haglund. ALLOZYME VARIATION IN THE CASTEROSTF.US 
ACULEATUS COMPLEX. In; The Cvo/ulionary Biology of the Threespine Stickleback. Michael A. Bell and Susan A. 
Foster, editors, p. 6 1-84. 1994. FR 40(4) 

jDep. Biol,, Univ. Calif., Los Angeles 90024-1606] 

95-007916 Buth, Donald G., coordinator. AMERICAN ELASMOBRANCH SOCIETY SYMPOSIUM ON 
ELASMOBRANCH GENETICS. PAPERS FROM THE JUNE 1992 SYMPOSIUM. Cope/a 1995(3):525-576. 1995. 
FR 40(4) 

Individual papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

95-00791 7 Chandler, Mark D, and Carol A. Stepien. POPULATION GENETICS OF THE RUFFE EVASION IN 
THE GREAT LAKES: A DNA COMPARISON WITH EUROPEAN POPULATIONS. Ohio I. Sd. 95(2):1 1 . 1 995. 
Abslract only. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Brol,, Case West. Reserve Univ., Cleveland, OH 44106] Gymnocep/ia/us cernuus. 

95.00791 8 Chang, Hui-Yun; Tzu-Kang Sang; Kun-Yun Jan and Che-Tsung Chen. CELLULAR DNA CONTENTS 
AND CELL VOLUMES OF BATOIDS. American Elasmobranch Society Symposium on Elasmobranch Genetics. 
Papers from the tune } 992 Symposium. Donald G. Buth, coordinator. Cope/a 1995(3):571-576. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Insl. Zool., Acad. Sinica, Nankang, Taipei 1 1 5, Taiwan] Benlhobetis moresbyi, Platyrhina sinensis, Ra/a tengu, 
Dasyalis afca/ei, Aelobatus narinari, and data for 28 other species. 

95-00791 9 Chase, Kristen L. and Carol A. Stepien. EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS OF BLENNIOID FISHES: 
AN ANALYSIS OF MITOCHONDRIAL DNA SEQUENCES. Ohio /. Sd. 95(2):1 1 . 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
|Dcp. Biol,, Case West. Reserve Univ., Cleveland, OH 44106] 

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95-007920 Coates, Michael I. FISH FINS OR TETRAPOD LIMBS - A SIMPLE TWIST OF FATE? Curr 

5(8):844-S48. 1 995. FR 40(4} 

|Dep. Biol., Univ. Coll. London, Cower Si., London WC1E 6BT, England] Neoceratocius forsteri, 
spathula, Amis calva, amd Danio rerio. 

95-007921 Coelho, M. M. and M. Zalewski. EVOLUTIONARY ADAPTATIONS BY FISH TO ECOTONA1 
COMPLEXITY IN SPATIALLY VARIABLE LANDSCAPES - A PERSPECTIVE. Jhe Importance of Aquatic-TenwV 
fcolones for Freshwater fish: Results of a Mid-lem Meeting oFFLIWE, Held in Lunz, Austria, August 3 } -Septcmbv 
2, 1992. F. Schiemer, M. Zalewski, and/. L fhorpe, editors. Hydrobiologta 303(1-3);223-228. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep, Zool. & Anlropol., Fac. Cienc, Bloco C-2, 3E Piso, 1 700 Lisboa, Portugal] 

95-007922 Cutler, Christopher P.; Ian L. Sanders; Neil Hazon and Cordon Cramb. PRIMARY SEQUENCE 
TISSUE SPECIFICITY AND EXPRESSION OF THE Na+,K+-ATPase al SUBUNIT IN THE EUROPEAN EEL 
lANGUILLA ANGUILLA). Camp. Biocrtem. Physiot. 8 Biochem. Ma/. Biol. 1 1 1(4):567-573. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[School Biol. & Med. Sci., Bute Med. Bldgs., Univ. St. Andrews, St. Andrews, KYI 6 9TS Scotland teH4j| 
1334-463530; fax;(44) 1334-463600| M J 

95-007923 Oe La Pena Pablos, Luis Rolando. [SURVIVAL AND ARTIFICIAL TRIPLOIDIZATION OF EGGS Of 
THE BROOK TROUT (SALVEUNUS FON7INALIS): EVALUATION OF THE VARIABILITY OF MATERNAL 
ORIGIN.|M.S.tfifcUfliv.Iava/(CanfaJ99p.1994. In French. From Masters Abstr Int 33(3)799 1995 Orclw 
No. MAMM9 1 40f>. FR 40(4) 

95-007924 Ogebuadie, Yurij Yu. THE LAND/INLAND-WATER ECOTONES AND FISH POPULATION Of 
LAKE VALLEY (WEST MONGOLIA), The importance of Aquatic-Terrestrial Ecotones for Freshwater Fish: Kesuia 
of a Mid-Term Meeting offLIWE, Held in turn, Austria, August 3 ] -September 2, 1992. F. Schiemer, M. Zafnwti 
and I. . TJiorpe, editors. Hydrobiohgia 303(1-3):235-245. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Russian Acad. Sci A.N Sever(zov Inst, Evol. Anlm. Morphol. & Ecor., Leninsky, 33, Moscow V-71, 1 1 7071 
Russia) Oreoleuctscus humihs. 

95-007925 Diaz, Maril/n; Cilles M. LeCrerc; Bert Ely and James S. Bulak. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PCR-GASED 

mK^Sn^^^I?^,^?^^^^ 1 ^ IN THE STRIPED BASS SANTEE-COOPER RIVER 
POPULATI9N, SOUTH CAROLINA. Um and tffects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceeding o! 
the tntematianat Symposium and Workshop held In Albuquerque, New Mexico, U-17 March 1994 Harold L 
Scntamm Jr. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc.Symp. No. 15, p. 561 1995 FR 40(4) 
[Univ. S.C., Dep. Biol. Sci v Columbia 29208] Morone saxaUlis. 

95-007926 Dijkstra, Lucetle. DNA: FJSHY EVIDENCE? Water &Atmos. 3(2);15-17. 1995 FR 40(4) 

[Water & Atmos NIWA P.O. Box 0602, Christchurch, New Zealand. tel:03 348 8987; fax:03 34JJ 554SJ 
Ca/ax/ar brevpttml^ C. mxulatus, C. postvecis, Angela dieffenbachii, and A. australis in New Zealand. 

and A - F ' Yoiin g so "- DISCRIMINATION OF THE NORTHEAST 
' AMMODYTES TOBIANUS AND GYMNAMMODYKS 



R vo 

KQUAMAJUS BY PROTON ELECTROPHORESIS. Fish. Res. (Amst.) 23(1,2):1-9. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[SOAFD Fre 5 hwaler Fish. Lab,, Faskally, Pitlochry PH1 6 5LB, Scotland] 



C ' T ' Taggart and S " L chmann. USE OF DNA MICROS ATCLLIFE 
IC CORRELATIONS BETWEEN HATCHERY AND NATURAL FITNESS, 
f ( f(sj !f Aqwte Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium ai>d 

L 1^ 6 "" ue W We W Mexico, /2-J7 March J994. Harold L. Schramm Jr. and Robert C. ftyw, 
. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 205-21 1 . 1 995. FR 40(4) 

UniV " Ma '~ CenS Pf be Lab " Halif3X ' NS ' Canada B3H 



/, ,' PHYLOCENY OF ELASMOBRANCHi. 

^ f " *? SY P %"? n E!as b ch Cenetics. Papers From the June 1992 Symposium 
i, cuonftnauf. Cope/a 1995(1):5Z6-531. 1995. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Widl. & Fish. Sd., Tex. A&M Univ,, College Station 77803-22581 5qua/us acanthlas Urolouhut 
acensu, Heiwwtontus trancisci, Alopias wiping Heplrtnchias perlo, and HySgus 32? 

" Thomerson and D nald C. Taphorn. CHROMOSOMAL 



11 P 

, 1991. In English wjth French surnm. FR 40[4J 

P. noignei and P. zonatus. 



F 

[Dep. Anat.&Dev.B,ol.,D lv . Basic Med. Sc,, ( Royal Free Hosp. School Med., Univ. London, London, England] 



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95-007932 Faber, Joseph E. and Carol A. Stepien. GENETIC POPULATION STRUCTURE OF LAKE ERIE 
WALLEYE: EVIDENCE EROM SEQUENCING MITOCHONDRIAL DNA. Ohio I. Sci. 95{2):11. 1995. Abstract 
only. FR 40(4) 

[Dep.Biol., Case West. Reserve Univ., Cleveland, OH 44106] Stizostedion vitreutn. 

95-007933 Foresti, E.; L. F. Almeida Toledo and S. A. Toledo F. POLYMORPHIC NATURE OF NUCLEOLUS 
ORGANIZER REGIONS IN FISHES. Cvlogenei. Cell Genet. 31(3):137-144. 1981. FR 40(4) 
Gymrtolus carapo, Apteronotus albifrons, Sternopygus macrurus, and Eigenmannia virescens. 

95-007934 Fosler, Susan A. and Michael A. Bell. EVOLUTIONARY INFERENCE: THE VALUE OF VIEWING 
EVOLUTION THROUGH STICKLEBACK-TINTED CLASSES. In: The Evolutionary Biology of the Jhreespine 
Stickleback. Michael A. Bell and Susan A. Foster, editors, p. 472-486. 1 994. FR 40(4) 
(Dep. Biot, Sci., Univ. Arkansas, Fayelteville 72701] Casterosleus aculealus. 

95-007935 Gaida, Ingo H. EVOLUTIONARY ASPECTS OF GENE EXPRESSION IN THE PACIFIC ANGEL 
SHARK, SQUA7INA CALIFORNICA (SQ U ATI N I FORMES: SQUATINIDAE). American Elasmobranch Society 
Symposium on Elasmobranch Cenef/cs. Papers From (fie June 1992 Symposium, Dona/d C. Bulh, coordinator. 
Copeia 1995(3}:532-554. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Biot., Univ. Calif., Los Angeles 90024-1606] 

95-007936 Gelwick, Frances P.; Eugene R. Gilliland and William ]. Mallliews. INTROGRESSION OF THE 
FLORIDA LARGEMOUTH BASS GENOME INTO STREAM POPULATIONS OF NORTHERN LARGEMOUTH 
BASS IN OKLAHOMA. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 1 24(4):550-562. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep, Wild!. & Fish. Sci., Tex. A&M Univ., College Slalion 77843-2258] Microplenis salmoides salmoides and 
M. s. iloridanus. 

95-007937 Grober, Matthew S.jTami R. Myers; Margaret A. Marchaterre; Andrew H. Bass and Dean A, Myers. 
STRUCTURE, LOCALIZATION, AND MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY OF A GnRH cDNA FROM A 
PARACANTHOPTERYGIAN FISH, THE PLAINFIN MIDSHIPMAN (PORICHTHYS NOTATUS). Gen. Comp. 
frtdocrr/jo/. 99(1 );85-99. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Bass: Sect. Neurobiol. & Behav,, Cornell Univ., Mudd Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853] 

95-007938 GueganJ. F.; P. Rab; A, Machordom and I. Doadrio. NEW EVIDENCE OF HEXAPLOIDY IN "LARGE 1 
AFRICAN BARBUS WITH SOME CONSIDERATIONS ON THE ORIGIN OF HEXAPLOIDY. /. Fish Bio/. 
47(2):192-198.1995. FR 40(4) 

[ORSTOM, B.P.165, 97323 Cayenne cedex, French Guiana] B. petitjeani, B. bynni occidentals, and B. wuttzi 
in Guinea. 

95-007939 Cuilherme, Luiz Carlos. [EVIDENCE, SELECTION AND REPRODUCTION OF TILAPIA NILO7ICA 
(OREOCHROMIS NILO7ICUS) WITHOUT DORSAL AND ANAL FIN.] Gene. Prat 18(1):123, 1994. In 
Portuguese with English summ. FR40(4) 

95-007940 Guyomard, R. (THE MOLECULAR TOOL FOR THE KNOWLEDGE AND MANAGEMENT OF 
STOCKS: POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS FOR SALMONIDS-] Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions 
Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. 1. 
Mulr and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Pub!. No. 2 1 , p. 31 2. 1 994. In French. FR 40(4) 
[Lab. Genet. Poissons, CRJ-INRA, F-78352 Jouy-en-Josas cedex, France] 

95-007941 Hansen, John; Jo-Ann Leong and Stephen Kaatlari. CLONING AND EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF 
RECOMBINATION ACTIVATING GENES-1 AND -2 (RAG-1 AND RAG-2) IN ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS. 
international Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Was/iJnglon, 
September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-21.5. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Genet. Program, Oreg. State Univ., Corvallis 9733 1 ] 

95-007942 Hard, Jeffrey J. GENETIC MONITORING OF LIFE-HISTORY CHARACTERS IN SALMON 
SUPPLEMENTATION: PROBLEMS AND OPPORTUNITIES. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic 
Ecosystems: Proceedings oflhe /nternai/ona/ Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1 2- J 7 
March 1994, Harold LSchrammfr. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 212-225. 1995. 
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INMFS, Northwest Fish. Sci. Cent., Coastal Zone & Estuarine Studies Div., 2725 Montlake Blvd. E., Seattle, 
WA 981 1 2] 

95-007943 Harvey, Paul H.; Andrew J. Leigh Brown and John Maynard Smith, editors. NEW USES FOR NEW 
PHYLOGENIES. PAPERS FROM A DISCUSSION HELD 7 AND 8 DECEMBER 1994. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. tone/. 
Ser.BBiof. Sci. 349(1327):1-118. 1995. FR40(4) 

[Dep, Zool,, Univ. Oxford, South Parks Rd., Oxford OX1 3PS, England] Selected papers indexed in this issue 
of Fisheries Review. 

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95-007944 Heinig, Julie A.; Fred W. Keeley; Paul Robson; Slacia A. Sower and John H Youson THF 

APPEARANCE OF PROOPIOMELANOCORTIN EARLY IN VERTEBRATE EVOLUTION: CLONINC 1 AND 



lYouson: Div. Life So., Scarborough Campus, Univ. Toronto, Scarborough, ON, Canada MIC lAJl 
Petromyzon marinus. ""' 

95-007945 Heist Edward).; )ohn E. Craves and John A. Musidc. POPULATION GENETICS OF THE SANnftAC 
SHARK (CARCHARH1NU5 PLUMBEUS) IN THE GULF OF MEXICO AND MID-ATLANTIC BIGHT SmSn 
EtasmobraiKh Society Symposium on flajmobranch Genetics. Papers from ihelune 1992 Symposium DonMC 
Bulb, coordinator. Cope/a 1 995(3 J:555-562. 1995. FR 40(4) *. LJomni* 

[Graves: Sen. Mar. Sci., Insl. Mai. Sd, Coll. William & Mary, Gloucester Point, VA 23062] 

95-007946 Heithaus, Michael R. and Roger H. Laushman. GENETIC VARIATION IN THREF SPPrin: nt 
STREAM DWELLING FISHES. Ohio I. Sci. 9S(2):1 1. 1 995. Abslracl only. FR 40(4} 

[Biol. pep Oberlin Coll., Oberlin, OH 44074] Campostoma anoma/um fl/reostoma bknnloldes, and f 



95-007947 Hendry, Andrew P.; FrankE.leonelliandThomasP.Quinn. SPATIAL ANDTEMPORAI 
MECHANISMS: THE FORMATION OF DISCRETE BREEDING .AGGREGATIONS O COCKEYE 
(ONCORHWCHU5 MRKA). Qi,. I. Zoot. 73(2):339-352. 1995. In English wi.hVrench summ 
[Fish. Res. Insl, School Fish., WH-10, Univ. Wash., Seallre 981 95] 

95-007948 Hirono, Ikuo and Takashi Aoki. [CHARACTERISTICS AND GENETIC ANALYSIS OF FKH 
TRANSFERRIN.I H* Patio!. 30|2):167.I74. 1 995. In Japanese wi.h fnglish sumin FR 40(4) 

[Lab. Genet & Biochem,, Dep. Aquat. Bfosd, Tokyo Univ. Fish., Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 100, lamnl 
OncofhyKhuskfsutch J Sarmosatar l andOtyziaslatipes. ' J 

Q K 2 yada J a . nd F ^ kU , naga ' PHVLOGEN ETIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG 
P ' oceedln S^f^'tlhln, e m a tional Congress of Comparative Physiology ant i 



is, and 

95-007950 Hollebecq, M. G. [PROBLEMS POSED FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE GENFTIf wnTH Awt% 
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SELECTION PROGRAMS.] MBa^^^^^yS^^ 

;s^ at i h ^ 

, , f r-' T'f' fUf -^ uacu/t - Soc ' S P<*- KM- No- 21. P. 315. 1994. In French. FR 40(4) 
[INRA, Lab, Genet Polssons, F-78532 Jouy-en-Josas cedex, France] 

5 ^I??A,,. Hwang ' Gvu-Un; Yong-Chul Lee; Chung-Soon Chang and Hoi-Kwon Hue iMITOCHnwnRIAI 
NA ANALYSIS OFTHESMALL YELLOWCROAKER (PSEUDOSOAENA POLYAOK BLEEKERHN TH PvELLQW 

^ 

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. 1995. In English with German summ. FR 40(4) 
" ^ ^ lni '" Kee ' UnB ' Taiwan| ^ W ausim/fe A terrf* A bft* A 



[Nesna Coll., N-B700 Nesna, Norway] 



, Eniwa, Hokkaido 06H4, Japan] 



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95-007956 Leberg, Paul L. and Robert C. Vrijenhoek. VARIATION AMONG DESERTTOPMINNOWS INTHEIR 
SUSCEPTIBILITY TO ATTACK BY EXOTIC PARASITES. Conserv. Biol. 8{2):41 9-424. 1 994. In English with Spanish 
summ, FR 40(4) 

IVrijenhoek: Cent. Theor. & Appl. Genet. & Inst. Mar. & Coast, Sci., Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick, N) 08903) 
Poedliopsis monacha and P. lucida. 

95-007957 Liu Jing. [STUDIES ON THE KARYOTYPE OF PARALICHJHYS OLIVACEUS (TEMMINCK ET 
SCHLECEL).) Mar. Sci. (Qingdao) 1995(2):67-69. 1995. In Chinese wilh English summ. FR 40(4) 
(Inst. Oceanol., Chinese Acad. Sci., Qingdao 266071, China] 

95-007956 Liu, D.; F. Xiong and C. L. Hew. FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF ESTROGEN-RESPONSIVE ELEMENTS 

IN CHINOOK SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS 7SHAWY7SCHA) GONADOTROPIN lip SUBUNIT GENE 
Endocrinology 1 36(8);3486-3493. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Hew: Dep. Clin. Biochem,, Univ. Toronto, 100 College Si., Toronto, ON, Canada M5G U5] 

95-007959 Lydeard, Charles; Michael C. Wooten and Axel Meyer. CYTOCHROME b SEQUENCE VARIATION 
AND A MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY OF THE LIVE-BEARING FISH GENUS CAMBUSIA 
(CYPRINODONTIFORMES: POECILIIDAE). Can. j. Zoo/. 73(2):213-227. 1995. In English with French summ 
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[Woolen: Dep, Zool., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849] Belonesox belizanus and data for 24 Cnmbusia 
species. 

95-007960 Magoulas, A.; C. Batargias and E. Zouros. THE USE OF DNA MARKERS FOR RAPID 
IDENTIFICATION OF GENETICALLY SUPERIOR PARENTS IN MASS-CROSSES OF GILTHEAD SEA BREAM. 
Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented althe International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture 
'94,' Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. 1. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacutt. Soc Spec Publ No 
21.p.3l3-314.l994.FR40(4) 

(Inst.Mar. Biol. Crete, P.O. Box 22 14, 71 003 Iraklio, Crete, Greece. tel:+81 242022; fax:+81 241882]Spacus 
auralus. 

95-007961 Masuda, R.; T. Kamaishi; T. Kobayashi; K. Tsuk'amolo and K. Numachi. MITOCHONDRIAL DNA 
DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN TWO SYMPATRIC MORPHS OF STRIPED )ACK NEAR JAPAN. /. Fish Biol. 
46(6):1QD3-1010. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Ocean Res. Inst., Univ. Tokyo, 1-15-1, Minamidai, Nakanoku, Toyko 164, Japan] Caranx dentex. 

95-007902 Matsuishi, Takashi; Hirohrsa Kishino and Ken-lchi Numachi. |A MODEL OF GENE DISPLACEMENT 
BY STOCKING ACTIVITIES.] Nippon Su/sart Nippon Suisan Cakkaishi 61(3):326-330. 1995. In Japanese with 
English summ. FR 40(4) 

|Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ,, Minato, Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan] 

95-007963 McMillan, W. Owen and Stephen R. Palumbi. CONCORDANT EVOLUTIONARY PATTERNS 
AMONG INDO-WEST PACIFIC BUTTERFLYRSHES. Proc. R. Soc. Land. B Biol. Sci. 260(1358):229-236. 1995, 
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[Dep. Zool. & Kewalo Mar. Lab,, Univ. Hawaii, Honolulu 96822] Data for 15 C/iaeioc/on species. 

95-007964 McPhall, J. D. SPECIATION AND THE EVOLUTION OF REPRODUCTIVE ISOLATION IN THE 
STICKLEBACKS (CASJEROSTEUS) OF SOUTH-WESTERN BRITISH COLUMBIA. In: The Evolutionary Biology of 
the Thrcespinc Stickleback. Michael A. Ball and Susan A. Foster, editors, p. 399-437. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Ecol. Group, Dep. Zool., Univ. British Columbia, 6270 University Blvd., Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 124] 
G, 



95-007965 Meyer, Axel; Peter A. Ritchie and Kai-Errk Witte. PREDICTING DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESSES 
FROM EVOLUTIONARY PATFERNS: A MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY OF THE ZEBRAFISH (DANIO RERIO) AND 
ITS RELATIVES. New Uses (or New Phytogenies. 1'apers From a Discussion Held 7 and 8 December ) 994, Paul H, 
Harvey, Andrew ). Leigh Brown, and lohn Maynard Smith, editors. Phil. Trans. R, Soc. Lond. Scr. B Biol. Sci. 
349(I327):103-111. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep, Ccol.&Evol., SUNY, Stony Brook, NY 1 1794-5245) Data for 19 other species. 

95-007966 Moritz, Craig. USES OF MOLECULAR PHYLOGENIES FOR CONSERVATION. New Uses for Now 
Phytogenies. Papers From a Discussion Held 7 and 8 December W94. Paul H. Harvey, Andrew /. Leigh Brown, 
ami John tvtaynatd Smith, editors. Phil. Trans. K. Soc. Lond. Ser. B Biol. Sci. 349(1 327):1 13-118. 1995, FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Zool. & Cent. Conserv. Biol., Univ. Queensland, St. Lucia, Qld. 4072, Australia] 

95-007967 Murakami, Hiroki; Tadakazu Tamai and Sanetaka Shirahaia, [IMMORTALIZATION OF FISH 
LYMPHOCYTES AND FISH INTERFERON GENE.] Fish Pathol. 30(2):1 75-180. In Japanese with English summ. 
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[Gracl. Sell, Genet, Rcsour. Tochnol,, Kyushu Univ., Fukuoka 812, Japan] O/icor/iync/ii/s mykiss. 

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95-007980 Rubin, David A. and Robert M. Dores. OBTAINING A MORE RESOLUTE TELEOST GROWTH 
HORMONE PHYLOGENY BY THE INTRODUCTION OF GAPS IN SEQUENCE ALIGNMENT. Mol. Phytoeenet 
Eva!. 4(2):1 29-138, 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Denver, Denver, CO 80208| Data for 26 species. 

95-007981 Sachdev, S. C. MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF AM0iOP(./7f5POPULATIONS, M S 
thesis, Univ. Mo. (Columbia) 136p. 1993. FR 40(4) 

A. aiiommus, A. constellatus, and A. rupestris in Missouri. 

95-007982 Sakai, Masahiro. [MHC GENES IN FISH.] Fish Pathol. 30(2):1 59-1 66. 1 995. In Japanese with English 
summ. FR 40(4) P b 

|Fac, Agric., Miyazaki Univ., 1-1 Gakuen Kibanadai Nishi, Miyazaki 889-21, Japan] 

95-007983 Shelton, R. G. ], and A. D. F. Johnstone. PRELIMINARY AQUARIUM OBSERVATIONS OF THE 
SCHOOLING BEHAVIOUR OF ATLANTIC SALMON, SAIMO SAIAR L, SMOLTS ON TRANSFER TO SEA 
WATER, fish. Res. (Amsterdam) 24(1 ):73-78. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Freshwater Fish. Lab., Faskally, Pitlochry PHI 6 5LB, Scotland] 

95-007984 Silverstein, J. T. and W. K. Hershberger. GENETICS OF SIZE AND GROWTH RATE THROUGH 
SXUAL MATURITY IN FRESHWATER-REARED COHO SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS KISU7CH). T/ieor. Appl. 
Cenet. 90(5):733-739. 1995. FR 40(4} ' ^ 

[Univ. Wash., School Fish., WH-10, Seattle 98195] 

95-007985 Skulason, Skuli and Thomas B. Smith, RESOURCE POLYMORPHISMS IN VERTEBRATES Trends 
col. tvol. 10(9):366-370. 1995. FR40(4) 

(Holar Agrrc. Coll,, Holar, Hjaltadalur, 551 SauSarkrokur, Iceland] Dala for 1 5 species. 

95-00798G Skurikhina, L A. [RESTRICTION ANALYSIS OF THE NUCLEAR DNA OF TWO SPECIES OF 
WHITEFISHES OF THE PROSOPIUM GENUS.] Biohgiya Mor/a (Vladivostok} 20(6):447-451. 1994. In Russian 
with English summ. FR 40(4) 

|Lab. Molecular Genet., Inst. Mar,Biol., Far East Branch, Russian Acad. Sci., Vladivostok 690041, Russia] P 
cylindraceum and P. coulleri. 

95-007987 Stoskopf, Michael K. CLINICAL GENETICS. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 58-61 
1993.FR40(4) 

[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vel, Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607] 

95-0079B8 Syarifuddin, S. THE EFFECT OF GROUP SIZE ON FEEDING COMPETITION IN BLUE GOURAMIS 
(PISCES: 7KICHOGASJLR 7RICHOPTERUS). M.S. thesis, McCil! Univ. (Canada) 64p. 1993. From Masters Abstr 
Int. 33(3):820. 1995. Order No. MAMM91 757. FR 40(4) 

95-007989 Takeuchi, Hiroaki; Felipe Figueroa; Colm O'hUigin and Jan Klein. CLONING AND 
CHARACTERIZATION OF CLASS I Mhc GENES OF THE ZEBRAFISH, URACHYDANIO RF.RIO. Immunogenetics 
42(2):77-B4. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(Klein: Max-Planck-lnst. Biol., Abt. Immungenel,, Corrensslr. 42, D-72076 Tucbingen, Germany] 

95-007990 TAve, Douglas. RESPONSE TO SELECTION AND REALIZED HERITABILITY FOR LENGTH IN 
GOLDEN SHINER, NO7EMIGONUS CRYSOLEUCAS. I. Appl. Aquacult, 4<4):55-63. 1 994. FR 40(4) 
[Uranh Unlrmiled, 1221 W. 35th St., Pine Bluff, AR 71603] 

95-007991 Todd, Thomas N. and Robert C. Haas. GENETIC CONTRIBUTION OF HATCHERY PISH TO 
WALLEYE STOCKS IN SAGINAW BAY, MICHIGAN. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: 
Pioceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico ] 2-i 7 March 1994 
Harold L Schramm ](. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 573-574. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Nail, Biol. Serv., Great Lakes Cent, Ann Arbor, Ml 481 05] Stizostedion vilreum, 

95-007992 VasiJ'ev, V. P. KARYOLOGICAL DIVERSITY AND TAXONOMIC HETEROGENEITY OF COS/T/5 
TAMIA' (PISCES, COBITIDAE). DoW. Biol. Sci. Vol. 342. p. 308-31 1. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Severtsov Inst. Problems Ecol. & Evol., Russian Acad. Sci., Leninskii pr. 33, Moscow, 1 1 7071 Russia] 

95-007993 Vogler, Alfried P. and Rob Desalle. DIAGNOSING UNITS OF CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT 
Conserv. Biol. B(2):354-365. 1 994. In English wilh Spanish summ. FR 40(4) 
JAm. Mus. Nat. Hist., Central Park West at 79th St., New York, NY 10024) 

95-007994 Wachlel, Stephen; Suzanne Demas; Terrence Tiersch; Peter Pechan and Douglas Shapiro Bkm 
SATELLITE DNA AND ZfYIN THE CORAL REEF FISH ANTHIAS SQUAMIPINNIS. Genome 34(41:61 2-61 7 1 991 
In FnglishwElh French summ. FR 40(4) 

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95-007995 White, Matthew M. and Scott Sdiell. AN EVALUATION OF THE GENETIC INTEGRITY OF nmn 
RIVER WALLEYE AND SAUCER STOCKS. Uses and f fibers of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecos ylte^cSi 
of the Intema tional Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-37 March 1 994 Harotrli 
Schramm lr. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 52-60. 1 995. FR 40(4) ' 
[Ohio Univ., Dep. Biol. Sci., Athens 45701 } Staostedion canadense and 5. wlreum. 

95-007996 Wu, Uzhao; Mark Chandler; Les Kaufman and Paul A. Fuerst DEVELOPMENT OF wircn 
SATELLITE MARKERS IN THE AFRICAN CICHLID FISH ASTAJOREOCHROMIS ALLUAUDI AND THE 8 IfS M 
POPULATION GENETIC STUDIES. OW ;5c/.95(2):12. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Mol. Genet., Ohio Stale Univ., Columbus 432 1 0] 



i? r 7 .. V^^tf'A'^^'andTakaji llda. NON-SPECIFIC DEFENSE ACTIVITIESOFTRIPLOID RAINDOW 
TROUT, Fish Pathol. 30(2):107-1 10. 1995. In English with Japanese summ. FR 40(4) 

fOshino i Trout Hatch., YamanasFil Prefeclural Fish. Technol. Cent, Oshino, Yamanashl 401-05 hurt 
OncornYnchus mykiss, ' ''T 11 "! 

95-007998 Yamano, Keisukeand Yasuo Inui. cDNA CLONING OF THYROID HORMONE RECEPTOR it mo 
THE JAPANESE FLOUNDER, Gen. Comp. Endocrinoi 99(2): 1 97-203. 1 995, FR 40(4) P 

[Inland SUi,, Nail. Res. Inst. Aquacull., Tarnaki, Mie 5 1 9-04, Japan] Paralkhthys olivaceus. 



Za V ' S ' ; M - Carrillo; M ' Blaz q uez : -I- Ramos; F. Piferrer and E. M. Donaldson 
, AN P-, ST ( ERILE P SEA T r, HORMONAL AND GENETIC APPROACHES Ms fa, 

^232?^ 

FR40(4) Mwrandf - 5 ew/a, compilers. Fur. AquaculL Soc. Spec. fW No. 21. p. 321-322, 1994. 

llnstAcutailt Tone Sal (C.S.I.C.), 12595 Twre de la Sal, Casiellon, Spain] Dtentrarcbus labrax. 
BEHAVIOR 

[Fish Behav. & Ecol. Group, Univ. Field Stn., Jtowardennan, Glasgow G63 OAW, Scotland] 
95-008001 Andreeva, L E. and C, A. Dvoryanchikov ANALYSIS OF RWhr7 rpwp PYPorcci IK 

ITSKV^ 05 S^ ^ UD LOACH ^^5 roS 

INJEaiONS. Ruu. f. Cenef. (Engl. Trans/. Cenetfka) 31 (6):649-655. 1 995 FR 40(4) 
[Inst. Mol. Genet., Russian Acad. Sci,, Moscow, 123162 Russia) 



[Dep. Biol. Sci,, Fla, State Univ., TaFlahassee 32306] Xiphophorus pygmaeus. 

c - "^VOLUTION OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR IN THE THREES^* 

te reespine 5tickleback - Michae! A " 



Wohlenst, 50a, CH-3032 Hfnlerkappelen, 

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[Large Anrm. Res. Croup, Dep. Zool,, Univ. Cambridge, Downing St., Cambridge CB2 3EJ, England] 

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[Behav. Biol. Group, Set,. Biol. Sci, Univ. Nebr,, Lincoln 68S08] X. maculatus and X variatus. 

AsSoTU?OOiS^ OF AGGRESSION IN THE CICHLID HStl 

I Dep. Biol., Slippery Rock Univ,, Slippery Rock, PA 1 6057] 

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95-008008 Brauner, C. ).; C. L. Ballantyne; D. J. Randall and A. L Val. AIR BREATHING IN THE ARMOURED 
CATFISH (HOPLOSTERNUM LITfORALE) AS AN ADAPTATION TO HYPOXIC, ACIDIC, AND HYDROGEN 
SULPHIDE RICH WATERS. Can. /. Zoo/. 73(4):739-744. 1994. In English with French summ. FR 40(4) 
(Dep. Zool., Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1 Z4| 

95-008009 Brooks, Robert and Neil Cailhness. FEMALE CHOICE IN A FERAL GUPPY POPULATION- ARE 
THERE MULTIPLE CUES? Anim. Behav. 50(2):301-307. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

|Commun. Biol, Res. Group, Dep. Zool., Univ, Witwatersrand, Private Bag 3, WITS 2050, Johannesburg, 
South Africa) Poedlia reticulate in South Africa. 

95-008010 Burrows, Michael T. and Robin N. Gibson. THE EFFECTS OF FOOD, PREDATION RISK AND 
ENDOGENOUS RHYTHMICITY ON THE BEHAVIOUR OF IUVENILE PLAICE, PIF-URONECTES PIATESSA L 
Anim. Behav. 50(1 ):4l-52. 1995. FR 40(4} 

[Dunslaffnage Mar. Lab,, P.O. Box 3, Oban, Argyll PA34 4AD, Scotland] 

95-008011 Chivers, D. P. and R. ). F. Smith. FREE-LIVING FATHEAD MINNOWS RAPIDLY LEARN TO 
RECOGNIZE PIKE AS PREDATORS./. Fish Biol. 46(6):949-954. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep, Biol, 112 Science PI,, Univ. Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N 5E2] ft'mepha/esprome/as and 
fsox/uci'us, 

95-00801 2 Chivers, Douglas P.; Grant E. Brown and R. Jan F. Smith. FAMILIARITY AND SHOAL COHESION 
IN FATHEAD MINNOWS (PIMEPHALES PROMELAS): IMPLICATIONS FOR ANTIPREDATOR BEHAVIOUR. Can. 
I Zoo/. 73(5):955-960. 1995. In English with French summ. FR 40(4) 

| Dep, Biol., 1 1 2 Science PI., Univ, Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N 5E2] Esox ludus. 

95-QOB013 Chung, Kyung S. THERMAL PREFERENCES IN SOME TROPICAL FISHES OF VENEZUELA. 
Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented a( the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture 
'94,' Bordeaux, Trance, March 23-25, J994. 1. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacull Soc. Spec. Publ No. 
21.p,195-196. 1994, FR 40(4) 

jlnst, Qceanogr, Venezuela, Univ. Oriente, Nicleo Sucre, Cumaria 6101, Venezuela] Ti/api'a mossambica t 
Petenia kraussii, and Hoplosternum littorale. 

95-00801 4 Endler, )ohn A. and Anne E. Houde. GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN FEMALE PREFERENCES FOR 
MALE TRAITS IN POECILiA RE7ICULA7A. Evolution 49(3):456-468. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Biol. Sci,, Univ. Calif., Santa Barbara 93106. e-mail:endler@lifesci.ucsb.edu] 

95-OOBG15 Foster, Susan A. EVOLUTION OF THE REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR OF THREESPINE 
STICKLEBACK. In: 7he vo/u(/'onary Biology of the Threespine Stickleback. Michael A. Bell and Susan A. Foster, 
editors, p. 381-398. 1994. FR 40(4} 

|Dep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Arkansas, Fayettevrlle 72701 \ Casterosteus aculeatus. 

95-008016 Fraser, Neil H. C.; Jan Heggenes; Neil B. Mctcalfe and John E. Thorpe. LOW SUMMER 
TEMPERATURES CAUSE JUVENILE ATLANTIC SALMON TO BECOME NOCTURNAL Can. /. Zool. 
73(3):44G-451. 1995. In English with French summ. FR 40(4) 

(Fish Gehav. & Ecol, Group, Dep. Zool,, Glasgow Univ., Glasgow G1 2 8QQ, Scotland] Sa/mo sa/ar. 

95-008017 Fuiman, Lee A. and Anne E. Magurran. DEVELOPMENT OF PREDATOR DEFENCES IN FISHES. 
Rev. Fish Bioi. Fish. 4(2):145-1B3. 1994. FR 40(4} 

(Mar. Sci, Inst., Univ. Tex, Austin, P.O. Box 1267, Port Aransas 78373] 

95-008018 Gallego, A.; M. R. Heath and R. J. Fryer. PREMATURE SCHOOLING OF LARVAL HERRING IN 
THE PRESENCE OF MORE ADVANCED CONSPECIFICS. Anim. Behav. 50(2):333-341 . 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(Scottish Office Agric. & Fish. Dep., Mar. Lab., P.O. Box 101, Victoria Rd., Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Scotland] 
Ctupes harengus. 

95-008019 Gerharl, D. J. EMETIC MARINE TOXINS: EFFECTS ON LEARNING AND MEMORY IN FISH. 
Pfoceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-J J 
August 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physlol. Zool. 68(4)Suppl. Secl.:61, 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
|Cato Res. Ltd., 4364 S. Alston Ave., Durham, NC 2771 3-2280J 

95-008020 Cartel, Robert and Wlm E. Crusio. ORGANIZATION OF MOTOR AND POSTURE PATTERNS IN 
PARADISE FISH (MACROPODUS OPERCUIARIS): ENVIRONMENTAL AND GENETIC COMPONENTS OF 
PHNOTYPICAL CORRELATION STRUCTURES. Behav. Genet. 25(4):3B5-396. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Mt. Slnal Hosp., Samuel Lunenfeld Res, Inst., Neurobiol. Div., 600 University Ave., Toronto, ON, Canada 
M5G 1X5, fax:41 6-586-8588; e-mail:gerlai@mshri.on.ca] 

95-008021 GodJn, J.-G. J. PREDATION RISK AND ALTERNATIVE MATING TACTICS IN MALE TRINIDADIAN 
GUPPIES [POECIUA RETICULArA). Occologia (Heldelb.) 103(2):224-229. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Biol., Mt. Allison Univ., Sackville, NB, Canada EOA 3CO. fax:506-364-2505] 

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9S-OOB025 Huntingford, F. A; P I Wri E hi fln H I F T- * n 

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. 1995, FR 40(4} *nuLU ov ADDITION OF SODIUM LAURYL SULFATE fish. Sci 

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95-008035 Lugli, Marco; Gianni Pavan; Patrizia Torricelli and Laura Bobbio. SPAWNING VOCALIZATIONS 
I N MALE FRESHWATER GOBIIDS (PISCES, GOBIIDAE). Environ. Biol. Fishes 43(3):21 9-23 1 . 1 995. FR 40(4} 

pip. Biol. Fisiol. Gen., Univ. Sludi Parma, Vialle delle Scienze, 43100 Parma, Italy] Knipowitschia 
punclalissima and Padogobius marlensi. 

95-005036 Marin-Magan, V.; V. Anguis and ]. P. Canavate. THE BEHAVIOUR OF SOtA SENEGALENS1S IN 
RELATION TO THE NATURE OF THE BOTTOM AND LIGHT LEVEL. Measures for Success: Abstracts of 
Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 
23-25, 1994.]. Muir and F.,Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 204-205. 1994. FR 40(4) 
|C.I,C.E.M, El Toruno, Junta Andaluda, P.O. Box 1 6, 1 1 500 Puerto Santa Maria, Cadiz, Spain] 

95-GOB037 McLennan, Deborah A. MALE MATE CHOICE BASED UPON FEMALE NUPTIAL COLORATION 
IN THE BROOK STICKLEBACK, CUIAEA INCONSJANS (KIRTLAND). Anim Behav. 50(1)-213-221 1995 
FR40(4) ' 

[Dep. Zool., Univ. Toronto, 25 Harbord Si., Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1A1] 

95-008038 Mikheev, V. N.; F. A, Huntingford and J. E. Thorpe. BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSE OF JUVENILE 
SALMONIDSTO SUBSTRATE COLOURATION. INTF.LCOL Manchester J994: Progress to Meet the Challenge 
of Environmental Change. Proceedings of the VI International Congress of Ecology, 21 to 26 August 1994, 
Manchester, United Kingdom. lohnH.Jallis, Hazel I.Norman, and Richard A. Benton, editors p 43 1994 Abstract 
only. FR 40(4) 

Satrno salar and Satvelinus atpinus. 

95-008039 Mikheev, Viktor N. and Dana Pakulska. FEEDING BEHAVIOUR OF LARVAE OF GOLD FISH AND 
BUENOS AIRES TETRA IN MEDIUM WITH PATCHY FOOD DISTRIBUTION, Pol Arch Hydmbiol. 
38r,3-4):449-4G1. 1991. In English with Polish summ. FR 40(4) 
Carawius auratus and Hemigrammus caudovittatus. 

95-008040 Mikheyev, V. N, BODY SIZE AND BEHAVIOR OF JUVENILE FISH IN TERRITORIAL AND 
SCHOOLING INTERACTIONS. /. Ichthyol. 3S(2):99-1 1 0. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Insi, Evol. Morphol. & Ecol. Anim,, Russian Acad. Sci., Moscow, Russia] 

95-008041 Miklosi, Adam; Gabor Berzsenyi; Petor Pongracz and Vilmos Csanyi. THE ONTOGENY OF 
ANTiPREDATOR BEHAVIOUR IN PARADISE FISH LARVAE (MACROPODUS OPF.RCULARIS)- THE 
RECOGNITION OF EYESPOTS. Ethology 1 00(4):2B4-294. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
| Dep. Elhol., Eolvos Univ., H-2131, God, Javorka S. 14, Hungary] 

95-008042 Ochr, Haruki; Yasunobu Yanagisawa and Koji Ornori. INTRASPECIFIC BROOD-MIXING OF THE 
CICHLID FISH PERISSODUS MICROLEPIS IN LAKE TANGANYIKA. Environ. Biol Fishes 43(2)-201-206 199 r . 
FR40(4) 

|Dcp. Biol., Ehime Univ,, Matsuyama 790, Japan) 

9:5-000043 Paspatis, M,; M, Kentouri; M. Anlhouard and P. Divanach. 2-CHOICE DISCRIMINATION AND 
PREFERENCE OF SEA BASS DICF.NJRARCHU5 IABRAX AMONG 9 COLOURS. Measures for Success: Abstracts 
of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaailture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 
23-25, 1994. 1. Muir and F, Scvila, compilers, fur. Aqintcull. Soc. Spec Publ. No, 21. p. 188-190. 1994. FR 40(4) 
flnsl. Mar. Biol. Crete, P.O. Box 2214, 71003 Iradion, Crete, Greece] 

95-008044 Pavlov, D. S. and A. O. Kasumyan. A REVIEW OF RUSSIAN STUDIES ON TI-IE BEHAVIOR AND 
SENSORY SYSTEMS OF FISHES. REPORT 3. ;. Ichthyol. 35(1): 1 24-1 38. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
jBiol. Fac., Moscow Slate Univ., Moscow, Russia) 

95-008045 Pavlov, D. S. and A. O. Kasumyan. STUDY OF FISH BEHAVIOR AND SENSORY SYSTEMS IN 
RUSSIA. COMMUNICATION I./. Ichthyol. 34(9):1-26. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Biol. Dep., Moscow State Univ,, Moscow, Russia) 

95-003046 Peterscn, Christopher W. REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR, EGG TRADING, AND CORREI ATF.S OF 
MALE MATING SUCCESS IN THE SIMULTANEOUS HERMAPHRODITE, SERRANUS 7ABACARIUS Environ 
Bioi. Fishes 43(4):351-361. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Coll. Atlantic, 105 Eden St., Bar Harbor, ME 04609] 

05-008047 Phillppart, J. C. and E. Baras. BEHAVIOURAL ECOLOGY OF FISHES AND AQUACULTURE. 
Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquacullure 
'94, Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994. }. Muir and F. Scvila, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc Spec Publ No 
21. p. 184. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Univ. Liege, Lab. Fish Demogr. & Aquacult,, 1 Chemin Justice, B-4500 Tihange, Belgium] 
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95-008048 Poncin, P. and J. C. Ruwel. APPLICATIONS TO FRESHWATER AQUACULTURE OF THE 
METHODS USED TO MEASURE THE BEHAVIOUR OF FISH. Measures for Success: Abstracts of ConlfibtAtons 
Presented st the International Conference 'Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994 f. 
Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. ur. Aquacult. 5oc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p. 180-181. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Anim. Elhol. & Psycho!., Lab. Fish Elhol, 22 quai Van Beneden, B-4020 Liege, Belgium] Baibus 
Disticbodus, and Chrysichthys. 

95-008049 Poutin, Robert and William L Vickery. CLEANING SYMBIOSIS AS AN EVOLUTIONARY GAME- 
TO CHEAT OR NOT TO CHEAT? /. Jheor. Biot. ) 75(1 ):63-70. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Zool., Univ. Olago, P.O. Box 56, Dunedin, New Zealand] 

95-008050 Pyron, Mark. MATING PATTERNS AND A TEST FOR FEMALE MATE CHOICE IN fTHEOSTOJVM 
SPtCJABILE (PISCES, PERCIDAE). Beftav. Ecol. Sociable!. 36(6):407-41 2. 1995. FR 40(4) 
(El Verde Field Sin,, P.O. Box 1 690, LuqullJo, PR 00773] 

95-008051 Robertson, D. Ross. COMPETITIVE ABILITY AND THE POTENTIAL FOR LOTTERIES AMONG 
TERRITORIAL REEF FISHES. Oecologla (Hcidetb.) 103(2):18f>190. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Unil 0948, APO AA 34002-0948, fax:(Panama - 507) 2280516] Pomacentrus dlencaeus and P. 
dorsopunicans in Panama. 

95-008052 Rogers, William. FEMALE CHOICE PREDICTS THE BEST FATHER IN A BIPARENTAI FISH THE 
MIDAS OClMiDtCICHLASOMACITRINElLUM). Ethology 100(3)230-241. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. 8iol., Winlhrap Univ., Rock Hill, SC 29733] 

95-008053 Rowland, William ]. PROXIMATE DETERMINANTS OF STICKLEBACK BEHAVIOUR- AW 
EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTfVE. In: The Evolutionary Biology of the Ihreespme Stickleback. Michael A Be'ltanif 
Susan A. Foster, editors, p. 297-344. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. BioL, Indiana Univ., Bloomington 47405] Ca-slerosteus aculeatus. 

95-000054 Rowland, William I; Kimberly J. Bol/ard and Alison D, Halpern, THE DUAL EFFECT OF 
STICKLEBACK NUPTIAL COLORATION ON RIVALS: MANIPUIATION OF A GRADEDSIGNAL USING VIDEO 
PLAYBACK. Anim. Behav. 50(1 );267-272. 1995. FR40(4} 

(Dep-Biol. & Cent. Inlegrative Study Anim. Gehav,, Indiana Univ., Bloomlngton 47405] CasterasJeus aculeatus. 

95-008055 Sakai, Yofchi and Masanori Kohda. ANTI-EGG PREDATOR BEHAVIORS OF THE SMALL 
ANGELFISH CENJROPYGE FERRUCA7US (POMACANTHJDAE). Environ. Biot. Fishes 43(4):401-405. 1995. 

(Lab. Anim. Sociol., Fac. Sc!., Osaka Cily Univ., Sumiyosrii-ku, Osaka 558, Japan] Ambfygfyphidodon curacao 
in Japsn. 

95-008056 Sanlos, R. S. ALLOPATERNAL CARE IN THE REDLIP BLENNY. /. Fish Biol. 47(2)>350-353 1995 
FR 40(4) ' 

(Univ. Acores, Dep, Oceanogr. Pescas, PT-9900 Horta (Acores), Portugal) Op/itoWenrwus atlanOcus. 
95-008057 Skorobogatov,M. A.and D.S. Pavtov. EXPERIMENTALSTUDIES ON THE EFFECT OF SUSPENDED 

Ko R ?5 E i?? BEHAVI R F R ACH ' RUmUS RUTtLUS ' IN RUNNING WATER llMyoL2S(4) M2? 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[Inst. Evol. Morphol. & Ecol. Atiim., Russian Acad. Sci,, Moscow, Russia] 

^S, 8 ,? 5 L S P ratl ' M - A N3NTRODUCTIONTOAUTOMATD ETHOLOGY AND AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS 
OR THE ETHOLOGY OF ETHOLOC.STS. Measures for Success; Abstracts of Contrib^S^^^ 
interns, onal Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94,' Bordeaux, France, March 23-25, 1994, 1. Muir and F Sevila 
compilers. Eur. AquaculL Soc Spec. Pub!. No. 21 . p. 1 82-183. 1 994. FR 40(4) 
[Appl, Evolving Technol., 13 rue Nord, 34000 Monlpollier, France] 

and Akin bu Nak ' 12ono - BATING SYSTEM AND SPAWNING 
, AT KACOSHIMA, JAPAN. Environ. Viol, fhhe, 



[Nat. Hist. Mus. & Inst., Chiba, Aoba-cho, Chiba 260, Japan] 



BEHAVIOUR OF FREE-RANGING CONVICT CICHLIDS, 
. Environ. flto/.Rshej 43(2};121-134 1995 FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Biol., Univ. Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N OWO] 

^ 

HYPO ESIS ' N A BIPAREN TAL CICHLID FISH. Environ. Biol. 



[Dep. Biol., Univ. Saskalchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N OWO] Qchtasoma nl B rofasdatum in Costa Rica, 



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95-OGB090 Lorenzo, ]. M. and J. C. Pajuelo. BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF THE ROUDI ESCOLAR 

WOMrH/CHrWSPROMTHUS(PISCES:GEMPYLIDAE)OFFTHECANARYISLANDS.f/s/i Res (Amsterdam) 
24(1):65-71. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol., Univ. Las Palmas de Gran Canada, Campus Tafira, 35017 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain 
tel:+34-28-452903; fax:+34-28-452922] 

95-003091 Norlhcole, Thomas G. COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF ARCTIC AND 
EUROPEAN GRAYLING (SALMONIDAE, 7HYMALLUS). Rev. Fish Biol. Fish, 5(2):141-194 1995 FR 40(4) 

[Elderslrand, 10193 Giant's Head Rd., RR2 S77B CIO, Summerland, BC, Canada VOH 1 20] T. arclicus and 
T. thymnflus. 

95-OQB092 Osse, fan W. M. and Maarten R. Drost. HYDRODYNAMICS AND MECHANICS OF FISH LARVAE. 
Development, Growth ami Rearing of Fish Larvae In Relation of Changing the Environmental Demands: Based on 
a Workshop at Vlth Congress of European Ichthyologists, Budapest, Hungary, 15-19 August 1988. Ian W. M. Osse, 
Fritz Schiemer, and Malgorzaia Szlaminska, editors. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 36(4):455-465. 1 989. In Enalish with 
Dutch summ. FR 40(4) 
Cyprinus carpio. 

95-000093 Ozawa, Takakazu. [STUDIES ON THE ONTOGENY AND ECOLOGY OF OCEANIC 
1CHTHYOPLANKTON.I Nippon Su/san Ga/c/caii/H 61(3):307-310. 1995. In Japanese. FR 40(4) 
|Fac, Fish., Kagoshima Univ., Simoarala, Kagoshimn 890, Japan] 

95-OOB094 Pellcll, Thomas D. PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON THE SPAWNING AND EARLY LIFE 
HISTORY OF CHANNEL CATFISH FROM THE LOWER WISCONSIN RIVER WITH RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 
FURTHER STUDY. Wis. Dep. Nst. Resour. Res. Rep. No. 166, 36p. 1995. FR 40(4) 
|Fish. Res. Sect., Bur. Res., Monona, Wl] Ictalurus punciatus in Wisconsin. 

95-008095 Re, Pedro. ANCHOVY SPAWNING IN MIRA ESTUARY (1985/1992), Am Mus Bocaae 
2p7}:423-454. 1994. FR 40(4) In English with Portuguese summ. FR 40(4) 

{Lab, Mar. Guia, Dep. Zool. & Antropol., Fac. Cienc., Univ. Lisboa, Eslracia do Cuincho, 2750, Cascais, 
Portugal] Engraulis encrasicolus in Portugal. 

95-008096 Reddy, K. S. Reddy Shekhara. BIOLOGY OF SOME COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT 
LEIOGNATHIDS FROM MANGALORE REGION. Mysore I. Agric. Sci. 26(2):223. 1 992. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
Leiognaihus sptendens, L. brevimstris, i. bindus, and Secutor insidiator in India. 

95-000097 Rulifson, Roger A, and Michael J. Dadswell. LIFE HISTORY AND POPULATION 
CHARACTERISTICS Of STRIPED BASS IN ATLANTIC CANADA. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 124(4):477-507 1995 
FR4Q(4) ' 

[Dep. Biol. & Inst. Coaslal & Mar. Resour., East Carolina Univ., Greenville, NC 27858-4353] Morone saxatitis. 

95-008090 Severin, S. O. and Yu. V. Aleksandrov. REPRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION, AND GROWTH OF 
YOUNG OF PHYTOPHILOUS FISH SPECIES IN THE LITTORAL OF LAKE PSKOV. /. Ichthyol. 35(1 ):59-71 1 995 
FR40(4) . 

|Pskov Div. State Res. Inst. Lake & River Fish., Pskov, Russia] Rutilus rutilus, Perca fluvialilis, Esoxludus, Abramis 
btama, and Blicca bjoerkna in Russia. 

95-008099 Smith, Lynwood S. TAXONOMY AND NATURAL HISTORY OF TEMPERATE FRESHWATER AND 
ESTUARINE PISHES, In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 224-227. 1 993. FR 40(4) 
[School Fish., Univ. Wash., Seattle 981 95] Data for 1 9 species. 

95-008100 Smith, Lynwood S. TAXONOMY AND NATURAL HISTORY OF SALMONIDS. In: Fish Medicine 
Michael K, Stoskopf, editor, p. 320-322. 1993. PR 40(4) 
[School Fish., Univ. Wash., Seattle 901 95] 

95-008101 Slalsburg, Alf. THE HAI.P-BANDED FLAG CICHLID, BUIURQUINA "PEREGRINABUNDA." Imp. 
Fish Hobbyist 43(1 1 ):1 34-1 44. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
0. mo/iorom in Ecuador. 

95-008102 Sloskopf, Michael K. TAXONOMY AND NATURAL HISTORY OF SHARKS, SKATES, AND RAYS. 
In: rish Medicine. Mchae/ K, Stoskopf, editor, p. 738-748. 1 993. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vet. Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607] 

95-008103 Su, Wei Cheng and Tsuyoshi Kawasaki. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LIFE HISTORY OF GREY 
MULLET FROM TAIWANESE WATERS. Fish. Sri. 61 (3):377-381 . 1 995. FR 40(4) 

jKaolisiung Branch, Taiwan Fish. Res. Inst., Kaohslung, Taiwan 806] Mug/7 cephslus, 

95-OOfl104 Sultana, Munawar; K. Raman; P. M. Abdul Kadir; S. Srinivasagam andG. R. M. Rao. OBSERVATIONS 
ON THE BIOLOGY OF HEMIRHAMPHUS CAIMARDI (CUVIER AND VALENCIENNES) OF PULICAT LAKE /. 
Mar. Bio!. Assoc. India 22(1&2):fl9-109. 1980. FR 40(4) 

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95-008119 Shi, Yunbrng. RECRUITMENT OF JUVENILE ENGLISH SOLE, PLEURONECfES VE7ULUS IN 
ESTUARIES AND NEARSHORE AREAS OFF WASHINGTON. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Wash, 1994. FR 40(4) 

95-0081 20 Straiten, Barry L. and Drew L. Crawford, editors, ABUNDANCE, ACL SEX, AND SIZE STATISTICS 
FOR PACIFIC SALMON IN BRISTOL BAY, 1992. Alsk. Dep. Fish Came Tech. Fish. Rep. No. 94-16. 149p 1994 
FR40(4) M 

[Dep. Fish & Game, Commer. Fish. Manage. & Dev. Div,, 333 Raspberry Rd., Anchorage, AK 99518] 
Oncarhynchus nerka, O. kels, O. gorbuscha, O. kisuich, and O. tshawytscha in Alaska. 

95-008121 Thomas, Chad D. SAUCER RECRUITMENT IN TENNESSEE RIVER AND CUMBERLAND RIVER 
IMPOUNDMENTS. M.S. thesis, 7enn. Techno/. Univ. 96p. 1994. FR 40(4) 
Sdzostedion canadense in Tennessee. 

95-008122 Ward, Michael. THE PHYSICAL DYNAMICS OF THE SUBARCTIC FRONT OF THE NORTH 
PACIFIC OCEAN AND ITS RELATION TO SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS SPP.) PRODUCTION MS thesis 
Univ. Wash. 1 903. FR 40(4) 

SPAWNING HABITS AND MOVEMENTS, FECUNDITY, ETC. 

95-008123 Albnn, Howard and Roger Thoma, OBSERVATIONS ON THE SPAWNING BEHAVIOR OF THE 
RIVER RED HORSE (MOXOSTOMA CARINA7UM) IN BIG DARBY CREEK, OHIO, 1994 Ohio 1 Sci 95(2V9 
1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) ' 7 ^*'" r - 

[5233 Bigecrt Rd., Grove City, OH 431 23] 

95-008124 Buynak, Gerard L and Bill Mitchell. SPAWNING PATTERNS OF GIZZARD SHAD AT 
TAYLORSVILLE LAKE, KENTUCKY./ Tenn. /lead. Scl. 69(3-4):73-75. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish & Wildl. Resour., 1 Game Farm Rd., Frankfort, KY 40601 ] Dorosoma cepedianum. 

95-008125 Chebnnov, N. A. DENSITY-DEPENDENT BEHAVIORAL MECHANISMS IN PACIFIC SALMON 
{ONCORHYNCHUS) DURING THE BREEDING SEASON. 2. ANALYSIS OF FIELD EXPERIMENTS WITH PINK 
SALMON (O. GORBUSCHA) SPAWNERS. /. tchlhyot. 34(9):73-B4. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Kamchatka Div,, Pac. Res, Inst. Fish, & Oceanogr., Petropavlovsk-Kamchalskiy, Russia] 

95-008126 Claramunt Q., Gabriel; Guslavo Herrera U. and Pedro Pizarro F. [POTENTIAL ANNUAL 
PRODUCTION OF EGGS ACCORDING TO SIZES OF SARDINOPS SAGAX (JENYNS 1 842) IN NORTHERN 
CHILEJ Rev. Biol. Mar. 29(2):21 1-233. 1994. In Spanish with English summ. FR 40(4} 
[Dep. Clenc. Mar, Univ. Arturo Prat, Casilla 121, Iquique, Chile) 

95-008127 Cole, K. S. and Y. Sadovy. EVALUATING THE USE OF SPAWNING SUCCESS TO ESTIMATE 
REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN ACARIBBEAN REEF FISH./, Fish Biol. 47(2):181-191. 1995 FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Biol., Bishop's Univ,, Lennoxville, PQ, Canada Jl M 1 Z7] Pomacentrus part/tus in Puerto Rico. 

95-008120 De, D. K. and B. N. Saigal. SPAWNING OF HILSA, TF.NUAIOSA ILISHA (HAMILTON) IN THE 
HOOGHLY ESTUARY./. Inland Fish. Sac. India 21(2):46-48. 1989. FR 40(4) 

95-008129 Eslay, Francisco; Nelson F. Diaz; Roberto Neira and Ximena Fernandez, ANALYSIS OF 
REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF RAINBOW TROUT IN A HATCHERY IN CHILE. Prog. Fish-Cult. 

[Dep, Ecol. Sci., Fac. Sci., Univ. Chile, P.O. Box 653, Santiago, Chile] Oncor/ivnc/ius myklss. 

95-008130 Grass, Alan. ANNUAL REPORT- NOYO RIVER EGG COLLECTING STATION, 1 993-94 Calif. Dei; 
Fish Game Inland Fish. Admin. Rep. No. 95-4. 5 p. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Reg. 3, Inland Fish,, Dep. Fish & Came, 1416 Ninth St., Sacramento, CA 95814] Oncorftwic/ius myWsi and 
O. ftfswtcft in California. 

95-00813 1 Herrera, Guslavo; Gabriel Claramunt and Pedro Pizarro. [OVARIAN DYNAMICS OF THE SPANISH 
SARDINE (SARDINOPS SACAX) IN NORTHERN CHILE, PERIOD APRIL 1 992 - MARCH 1 993 ANAl YS1S BY 
SIZE STRATUM.I Rev. Biol. Mar. 29(2):147-166. 1994. In Spanish with En B lish summ, FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Cienc. Mar, Univ. Arturo Prat, Casilla 121, iquique, Chile] 

95-OOB132 Hioki, Syozo and Kalsumi Suzuki. [SPAWNING BEHAVIOR, EGGS, AND LARVAE OF THE 
ANGELFISH, CHAETQDONTOPLUS MESOLEUCUS, IN THE AQUARIUM.] /. Fac. Mar. Sci. Tec/mo/. Tokal Univ 
No. 39. p. 1 95-205. 1 995. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(4) 

95-008133 Ishida, Yukimasa; Kazumasa Ohkuma; Victor F. Bugaev and Victor A. Tochilin. REPRODUCTIVE 
CHARACTERISTICS OF MATURE FEMALE CHUM SALMON {ONCORHYNCHUS KEfA) IN THE PINACHEVA 
RIVER, KAMCHATKA. Sci. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery No. 49. p. 55-59. 1995. In English with Japanese 
summ. FR 40(4) 

[Natl. Res, Inst. Far Seas Fish,, Fish. Agency Japan, 5-7-1 Orido, Shimizu, Shizuoka 424, Japan] 



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95-000119 Tanaka, Yoichi. [REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR, EGGS AND LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF THREE 
SPECIES, THREE GENUS OF THE CIRRHmDALI/Fac. Mar. 5c/.Tec/ino/.TofcaiUniV. No. 39. p. 173-194. 1995. 
tn Japanese wilh English summ, FR 40(4} 

Cintanus pinnulatus, Neocirrhiles armatus, and Cyprinodrrhites polyactis. 

95-008150 Vaillancourl, Guy; Antoine Aubin and Yves Cotntois. [INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL 
PARAMETERS ON NORTHERN PIKE (E5OX LUCIUS) FECUNDITY IN THE UPPER ESTUARINE REACH OF THE 
ST. LAWRENCE RIVER.] Pol. Arch. Hydrobiot. 38(1 ):1 15-126, 1991. In French. FR 40(4} 

95-008151 Villavicencio-Garayzar, Carlos J. REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY'OF THE BANDED CUITARFISH, 
ZAP7ERIX XASPRATA (PISCES: RHINOBATIDAE}, IN BAHIA ALME)AS, BA1A CALIFORNIA SUR, MEXICO. 
dene. Mar. 21(2};141-153. 1995. In English and Spanish. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol. Mar., Univ. Aulonoma Baja California Sur., Apdo. Postal 1 9 B, La Paz, BCS 2301)0, Mexico] 

95-008152 Wang, Jih-terng; Ming-chin Liu and Lee-shing Fang. THE REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF AN 
ENDEMIC CYPRINID, ZACCO PACHYCEPHALUS, IN TAIWAN. Environ. Biol. Fishes 43(2):135-143. 1995. 
FR 40(4) 

[Inst. Mar. Resour, Nail. Sun Yal-sen Univ., Kaohsiung, 804, Taiwan] 

95-0081 53 Wang, S. B. and C. T. Chen. REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF JAPANESE BUTTERFISH PSENOPSIS 
ANOMALA (STROMATEIDAE) FROM COASTAL WATERS OF NORTHEASTERN TAIWAN, fish. Res. (Amst.) 
23(1,2 ):I27-141. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep, Mar. Sci., Univ. S. Ala., Dauphin Island Sea Lab., P.O. Box 369-370, Dauphin Island 36528] 

95-0081 54 Whoriskey, Frederick G. and Gerard J. FilzGerald, ECOLOGY OF THE THREESPINE STICKLEBACK 
ON THE BREEDING GROUNDS. In: The Evolutionary Biology of the Thrcespine Stickleback. Michael A. Hell and 
Susan A. Foster, editors, p. 1 88-206. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep, Renewable Resour., Macdonald Coll., McGill Univ., 21,1 1 1 Lakeshore Rd., Ste. Anne de Bellevue, PQ, 
Canada H9X 1 CO] Casterosteus aculeatus. 

MOVEMENTS, SEASONAL AND DEPTH DISTRIBUTION, ETC. 

95-008155 Barlel, Ryszard and Maria Kosior. MIGRATIONS OF TAGGED EEL RELEASED INTO THE LOWER 
VISTULA AND TO THE GULF OF GDANSK. Pol Arch. Hydrobiol. 38(1 }:1 05-1 13. 1991. In English with Polish 
summ. FR 40(4} 

95-008156 Bradford, Rodney G. SWARMING OF YOLK-SAC HERRING, CLUPEA HARENCUS L, LARVAE AT 
THE SEA SURFACE. Can. Field-Nat. 10B(4):477-479. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[P.O. Box 1 9, Mt. Uniacke, NS, Canada BON 1 ZO] 

95-008157 Buckley, A. A. OPEN SEA FISH TRACKS: COD FITTED WITH TRANSPONDING ACOUSTIC TAGS. 
fish. Res. Data Rep. Minist. Agric. Fish. Food (Lowesto(t) No. 37. 107p. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Fish Slock Manage. Div., Sect. 3, Fish. Lab., Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 OHT, England] Csdus morhua in the 
North Sea. 

95-008158 Ciccotti, E.; T. Ricci; M. Scardi; E, Fresi and S. Calaudclla. INTRASEASONAL CHARACTERIZATION 
OF GLASS EEL MIGRATION IN THE RIVER TIBER: SPACE AND TIME DYNAMICS. /. fish Biol. 47(2):248-255. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dip. Biol., Lab. Ecol. Sper. & Acquncolt., Univ. Tor Vergata,' via dclla Rrcorca Scientifica, 001 33 Rome, Italy] 
Anguilla angtiilla in Italy. 

95-000159 Colombini, I.; R. Berli; A. Ercolrni; A. Noclla and L. Chelazzl. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS 
INFLUENCING THE ZONATION AND ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF A POPULATION OF PERIOPHTHALMUS 
5OBRINUS EGGERT IN A KENYAN MANGROVE. /. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 1 90(1 ):1 35-1 49. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Dip. Biol. Anim. & Genet. "Leo Pardi," Univ. Sludi Firenze, Via Romjina 1 7, 501 25 Frrenze, Italy] 

95-0081 60 Downhower, Jerry F.; Pierre Lejeune; Philippe Gaudin and Lulher Brown. MOVEMENTS OF THE 
CHABOT (CCJrrUS GOBIO) IN A SMALL STREAM. Fish Communities and Population Parameters Related to 
River Longitudinal Patterns: Second International Symposium on the Ecology of Fluvial Fishes, Held in Lodz, Poland, 
23-26 August, 1998. lohn Thorpe, editor. Pol. Arch. Hvc/rooio/. 37(1-2):119-126. 1990. FR 40(4} 

95-000161 Eckmann, Reiner. THE DISTRIBUTION OF COREGONID LARVAE (CORECOWLJ5 LAVARFTUS 
AND C FERA) FROM LAKE CONSTANCE IN A VERTICAL TEMPERATURE GRADIENT. Development, Growth 
and Rearing of Fish Latvae in Relation of Changing the Environmental Demands: Based on a Workshop at the Vlth 
Congress of European Ichthyologists, Budapest, Hungary, 15-19 August 1988. Ian W. M. Osse, Fritz Schiemer, and 
Matgorzata Szfam/nska, editors. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 36(4):485-494. 1 989. FR 40(4) 

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95-008167 Hayano, Hirofumi. [EARLYIIFFFrninr-vj-ic un , <-.. . 

MARINE ENVIRONMENTS 1 ^Mnwnn\*^^ UN l ON ^ RHYNCHU51 ^ !:ou }l N 
' ' iokkaida FhhH*ih* If IB VJ' N IN THE COA STAL WATERS OF ERIMO, 
ftttMfo Fnh Hatchery No. 49. p. 9-1 6. 1 995. In Japanese with English sur 

[HokbidoFish Hatch, Kitakashiwagi 3j Eniwa, Hokkaido 061-14, Japan) 

- - - ,. ,5 FLOATINCMSww 5 IS?, 2? P AND DISTRIBUTION OF FISH IN 

U7(2) ; 266-276. 1995. FR 40(4) " Nb MEADOW W 'THIN AN UPPER AMAZONIAN VAR2EA LAKf. A FWi 

"ep. Zoo!., Univ. Oxford, S. Parks Rd., Oxford OX1 3PS, England] Data for 23 



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SUCKERS IN THE SE^^ AND HABiTAT USE BY NORTHERN HOC 

Hypemelium nig,icans. S> UniY ' Mo - (Columbia) 1 99p. 1 993. FR 40(4) 



ss^sH?^^^^^ 2 nd j se ' R driguez s - DAY - AN 

1995. In English with French summ .f R 40(4 S ' N A TROPS CAL LAGOON. Can. }. Zoo/. 73(5):8G9-87a 

JDep. Scr. Biol, Univ. Montreal C P fii j c ^ 
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MOVEMENTS, SEASONAL AND DEPTH DISTRIBUTION, ETC. (Continued) 

95-008175 Naito, Kazuaki and Yasuhiro Ueno. THE FIRST RECOVERY Or TAGGED MASU SALMON 
(QNCORHYNCHUS MASOU) IN WATERS OFFSHORE OF THE SEA OF OKHOTSK. So. Rep. Hokkaido Fish 
Hatchery No, 49. p. 59-62. 1 995. In English with Japanese summ. FR 40(4) 
[Hokkaido Fish Hatch., Kitalashiwagi 3, Eniwa, Hokkaido 061-14, Japan] 

95-0081 76 Ponwith, B. J. and W. H. NeNl.THE INFLUENCE OF INCUBATION SALINITY ON THE BUOYANCY 
OF RED DRUM EGGS AND YOLK SAC LARVAE. /. fish Bio/. 46{6):955-960. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Wild!. & Fish. Sci., Tex. A&M Univ., College Station 77843-2258] 5c/ac?nops ocellatus. 

95-008177 Sanchez, Ramiro P.; Alexander Remeslo; Adrian Madirolas and Janina D. de Ciechomski. 
DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF POST-LARVAE AND JUVENILES OF THE PATAGONIAN SPRAT, 
SPfWTTUSfUfCfW5/5,ANDRELATEDHYDROGRAPHIC CON DITIONS.F/s/i. Res fAmsi.)23(1,2}:47-81. 1995. 
FR 40(4) 

[IN1DEP, P.O. Box 1 75, Mar del Plata, Argentina] 

95-0081 76 Savinykh, V. F. [MIGRATIONS OF THE PACIFIC POMFRET BRAMA IAPONICA.] Biolo^iya Moiya 
(Vladivostok) 20(4):271-277. 1994. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

(Pac. High Seas Res. Lab., Pac. Res. Inst. Fish. & Oceanogr., Vladivostok 690600, Russia] 

95-0061 79 Svendsen, Y. S. TRACKING JUVENILE COD (GADU5 MORHUA L) IN NORTHERN NORWAY 
USING ACOUSTIC TAGS. Fish. Res. (Amst.) 23(3,4):31 1 -31 8. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Finnmark Res. Cent., P.O. Box 476, n-9601 Hammerfesl, Norway] 

95-008180 Vdovin, A. N. and C. V. Shvydki. |BATHYMETRIC MIGRATIONS OF THE GREENLING 
PLEUROGRAMMUS AZONUS IN PETER THE GREAT BAY IN AUTUMN.] Biohgfya Moiya (Vladivostok) 
20(5): 35 1-35 8. 1994. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

(Lab. Sea Ccosyst,, Pac. Res. Inst. Fish. & Oceanogr., Vladivostok 690600, Russia] 

FOODS/FEEDING 

95-OOB101 Amundsen, Per-Arne; Borge Damsgard; Arne Mikal Arnesen; Malcolm lobling and Even H, 
Jorgensen. EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE OF CANNIBALISM AND PREY SPECIALIZATION IN ARCTIC CHARR, 
SALVELINUS ALPINUS. Environ. Biol. Fishes 43(3);285-293. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Norwegian Coll. Fish. Sci., Univ. Tromso, N-9037 Tromso, Norway] 

95-0081 82 Anderson, Todd W. and Brian D. Sabado. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN FOOD AVAILABILITY 
AND GROWTH OF A PLANKTIVOROUS TEMPERATE REEF FISH./. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 189(1+2):65-76. 1995. 
FR 40(4] 

[Friday Harbor Lab., Univ. Wash., 620 University Rd., Friday Harbor, WA 982501 Brachyistius frenatus in 
California. 

95-008183 Armstrong, Janet L,; David A. Armstrong and Stephen B. Mathews. FOOD HABITS OF ESTUARINE 
STAGHORN SCULPIN, tePTOCOTTUS ARMA7US, WITH FOCUS ON CONSUMPTION OF JUVENILE 
DUNGENESS CRAB, CANCER MAGISJER. U.S. Nat/. Mar. Fish. Serv. Fish. Bull. 93(3):456-470. 1995. FR 40(4) 
|5ch. Fish,, WH-10, Univ. Wash., Seattle 98195] 

95-008184 Arndl, Hansgeorg. [THE GREY HERON IN HEAVEN.] Falke 42(7):210-212. 1995, In German. 
FR 40(4) 

[AmTeufelsmoor 3, 23564 Luebeck, Germany] Carassius auratus, Cyprinuscafpio, and St/'zosfed/on ludopetca 
fn Germany) 

95-008185 Baker, Robert L. and Shelley L. Ball. MICROHABITAT SELECTION BY LARVAL CH1RONOMUS 
TFNMNS (DIPTERAi CHIRONOMIDAE): EFFECTS OF PREDATORS, FOOD, COVER AND LIGHT. Freshwater 
Bio/. 34(1);101-106. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Zool., Erindale Coll., Univ. Toronto, Mississauga, ON, Canada 1.51 1 C6] Lepomis gibbosus. 

95-008186 Balanov, A. A.; K. M. Gorbatenko and T. A. Gorelovn. DAILY FEEDING DYNAMICS OF 
MESOPELAGIC FISHES IN THE BERING SEA DURING SUMMER. /. tchthyol. 34(9};85-99. 1994. FR 40(4) 

|lnst. Mar. Biol., Far East Div., Russian Acad. Sci., Vladivostok, Russia] tet/rog/ossus schmidti, Stenobrachius 
leucopsaws, S. nannochir, Lipolagus ocholensis, Bathylagus pacificus, and Pseudobathytagus tnilleri. 

95-0081 87 Ball, S. L. and R. L Baker. THE NON-LETHAL EFFECTS OF PREDATORS AND THE INFLUENCE OF 
FOOD AVAILABILITY ON LIFE HISTORY OF ADULT CHIKONOMUS 7ENTANS (DIPTERA: CHIRONOMIDAE). 
freshwater Bio!. 34(1):1-12. 1995, FR40(4) 

[Div. Biol. Sci., Univ. Mo., Columbia 6521 1 ] tepomis gi'fabosus. 

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95-008188 Ball, Shelley Lynne. PREDATOR-INDUCED CHANGES IN LIFE HISTORY OF ADUIT 
fCHIRONOMLIS TFNTAN5J (OIPTERA: CHIRONOMIDAE): COSTS OF LARVAL ANTIPREDATOR BEHAVIOUR 
OR ADAPTIVE LIFE HISTORYSHIFT5? M.S. thesis, Univ. Toronto (Canada) 1 30p. 1 994. From Masters Abslr. in 
33(3):816. 1995. Order No, MAMM92549. FR 40{4) 
Lepomh gibbosus. 

95-008189 Bergeron, P. and F, Pezold. TROPHIC ECOLOGY AND FOOD SELECTIVITY OF THE CREOLE 
DARTER (fTHEOSTOJWA COUFTTE/}- Proc. La. Acad. 5d. Vol. 57. p, 35. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(1) 
[Northeast La. Univ., Monroe 71 201 1 

95-008190 Bisbal, Gustavo A. and David A. Bengtson. EFFECTS OF DELAYED FEEDING ON SU RViVAL AND 
GROWTH OF SUMMER FLOUNDER PARAUCHTHYS DEN7A7US LARVAE. Mar. Ecol. Prog. 5er. 
121(1-3):301-306. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Noilhwesl Power Planning Counc., Div. Fish & Wildl., 851 S.W. Sixth Ave., Suile 1100, Portland,, GK. 
97204-1348! 

95-008191 Blackwell,Briana;8rlanR.Murphy and Veronica M.Pitman.SUITABILITY OF FOOD RCSOURCIS 
AND PHYSICOCHEM1CAL PARAMETERS IN THE LOWER TRINITY RIVER, TEXAS FOR PADDLEFISli J. 
ftesftwarw Ecol. 10(2):163-175. I995.FR40[4) 

[Dep. Wild). & Fish, Set, S,D. Stale Univ., BrooWngs 57007-1 696] Polyodon spathula. 

95-008192 Bouchard, Marie-Chanlal. [PARTIAL PARENTAL CANNIBALISM; IS IT AN ADAPTIVE 

PHENOMENON?] MS. thesis, Univ. Laval (Canada) 50p, 1994, In French. From Masters Abstr. Int. 33(3):79&. 
1995. Older No. MAMM91538. FR 40(4) 

95-008193 Brabrand, A. INTRA-COHORT CANNIBALISM AMONG LARVAL STAGES OF PERCH [PfRCA 
FLUVIAmiS). Ecof Freshwater fish 4(2):70-76. 1995. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(4) 
[Freshwater Ecol. & Inland fish. Lab., Zool, Mus., Uniu, Oslo, Sarsgt. 1, N-0562 Oslo, Norway] 

95.00&1 94 Budnikova, L L. [AMPHIPODS IN THE DIET Of SMOLT CHUM SALMON AND SOME OTHER 
FISHES IN KALININKABAY, SOUTHWESTERN SAKHALIN.] Biologiya Morya (Vladivostok) 20(3): 1 90-1 9b, 1 994. 
In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

|Lab. Shelf Communities, Insl. Mar. Biol., Far East Branch, Russian Acad., Sci., Vladivostok 690041 , Russia] 
Ifopsetla obscure, TriboJodon brandli, Qsmerus mordax dentex, Salvelinus leucomaenis, Gaslerosteus acale&ui, 
Hypomesusnipponensis, Oncorhynchus fceia, and f/egmus graciHs in Russia. 

95-008195 Cabrera-Febola, W. COMPARISON BETWEEN EL NINO AND NON-EL NINO PERUVIAN 
PELAGIC FOOD WEBS. INTO. COL Manchester 1994: Progress to Meet the Challenge of Environmental C.twngt. 
Pioceedings of the Vt International Congress of Ecology, 2] to 26 August 1994, Manchester, United Kingdom 
John H. Taltis, Hazel f. Nor/nan, and Richard A. Benton, editors, p. 1 84. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(-1-) 
Engrau/j's //ngens, Sarda chiliensis, and Prionoius. 

95-008196 Crawford, Robert ]. M. and Bruce M. Dyer. RESPONSES BY FOUR SEABIRD SPECIES TO A 
FLUCTUATING AVAILABILITY OF CAPE ANCHOVY ENGRAULIS CAPENSIS OFF SOUTH AFRICA, fbb 
137(3):329-339.1994.FR<tO(4) 

[Sea Fish. Res. Inst, Private Bag X2, Rogge Bay 801 2, South Africa] Merfucc/us, Scomfaeresox saurus, 7>.ic/i unit 
tracnutus, and Sardi'nopj sagax, 

9S-OOB197 De NIB, Henrik. CHANGES IN THE INLAND FISH POPULATIONS IN EUROPE IN RELATION TO 
THE INCREASE OF THE CORMORANT WMMCROCORA* CARBO SINtNSIS. Special Issue: Cormorant, 
Phalacracorsx caibo. Mennoban van teifcn, Kees Koffi/oerg, Maarten Plalteeuw, and Menno Ziitslra, eiiitaii. 
Ardea 83(1):1 1 5-1 22. 1 995. In English with Dutch summ. FR 40(4) 

(c/o Organ. Improve. Inland Fish,, P.O. Box 433, 3430 AK Nieuwegein, Netherlands] Data for 26 species. 



?^"^!?LP5A? antira and )ulie M ' Rves ' THE DIET OF CORKWINC WRASSE, CRENILABRUS MEl.QPS, 
IN GALWAY BAY, IRELAND, AND IN DINARD, FRANCE./ Mar. Btal. Assoc. U.K. 75(3):635-649. 1 995, TR 10(1] 
|Dep. Zoo]., Martin Ryan War. Sci. Inst., Univ. Coll. Gatway, Galway, Ireland) 



= e /. ard Julie Ml Fives ' DlET OF BALLAN WRASSE, IABRUS BERGYLTA, AND SOMl 

753?'65U65 \W5 I^FR W(S * CORKWING WRAS SE- CRENIIABRUS MELOPS. ). Mar. BioL Assoc. U.K 
(Dep. Zool, Martin Ryan Mar, Sci. Insl, Univ. Coll, Galway, Galway, Ireland] 



nAx.lSS ROV and Robin M " Sellers ' STATUS AND POPULATION DEVELOPMENT OF 
CORMORANTS WAMCROCORAX CAR8O CARfiO BREEDING ON THE ATLANTIC COAST OF EUROPE. 
Specia/ tonw: Cormorant WHbcrocorax carbo. Mennoban van Ee/den, Kees Koffijberg, Maarlen Waiteeow, and 
M&moZiihtia, ed,tors. Arde a 83(1}:47-59. 1995. In Englishwilh Dutch summ. FR 40(4} ' 
ICroupe Orraihol Normand, Univ. Caen, F-14032 Caen Cedex, France] 



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95.008201 Dempsler, P.; D. ]. Baifd and M. C. M. Beveridge. CAN FISH SURVIVE BY FILTER-FEEDING ON 
MICROPARTLCLES? ENERGY BALANCE IN TILAPIA GRAZING ON ALGAL SUSPENSIONS. I, Fish tool. 
4?(1):7-17. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(Saird: Insl. Aquacult., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] T/'/apia. 

95-003202 Diehl, Sebastian and Peter Eklov. EFFECTS OF PISCIVORE-MEDIATED HABITAT USE ON 
RESOURCES, DIET, AND GROWTH OF PERCH. Eco/ogy 76(6):1 71 2-1726. 1995. FR 40(4) 
| Dep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Calif., Santa Barbara 93106-9610] Perca fluwatfls and Esox/uc/us. 

05.008203 Oilworth-Christine, Pamela M. THE EFFECT OF PISCIVOROUS FISH AND NUTRIENT 
AVAIIABILITY ON THE BIOMASS AND COMMUNITY SIZE STRUCTURE OF PHYTOPLANKTON AND 
ZOOPLANKTON IN 29TEMPERATE LAKES. M.S. thesis, Univ. Ottawa (Canada) 1 26p. 1 993, from Masters Abstr. 
Inl. 33(2):472. 1995. Order No. MAMM8965B, FR 40(4) 

95-008204 dos Santos, Jorge and Malcolm Jobllng. TEST OF A FOOD CONSUMPTION MODEL FOR THE 
ATLANTIC COD. bit Counc. Explor. Sea/. Mar. Sci. 52(2);209-219. 1995. PR 40(4) 

(Norwegian Coll. Fish. Sci., Univ. Tromso, N-9037 Tromso, Norway] Cadus mornua, Mallotus villosus, Clupea 
narengus, Sebastes, Htppoglossoides platessaides, Me/anogrammtis aegfeffnus, and Boreogadus saida. 

95-008205 Dudgeon, D. THE INFLUENCE OF PREY REFUGES ON PREDATOR IMPACTS IN A HONG KONG 
STREAM. INTELCOL Manchester I 994: Progress to Meet (fie Challenge of Environmental Change. Proceedings of 
the VI International Congress o( Ecology, 21 to 26 August 1 994, Manchester, United Kingdom. lohn H. fnllis, Hazel 
!. No/man, and Richard A. Benton, editors, p. 44. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

95-OOB206 Duvall, Catherine J. and D. Dudley Williams. INDIVIDUALITY IN THE GROWTH OF STONEFLY 
NYMPHS IN RESPONSE TO STRESS FROM A PREDATOR. Arch. Hydrobiol. 1 33(3}:273-2B6. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Div. Life Sci., Scarborough Campus, Univ. Toronto, 1265 Military Trail, Scarborough, ON, Canada MIC 
1A4J Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-008207 Fernandes, Carlos A. REPLACEMENTOF GIZZARD SHAD (DOKOSOMA CEPEDIANUM) BY BLUE 
TILAPIA \7ILAPIA AUREA) AS A POTENTIAL BIOMANIPULATION AGENT IN FLORIDA EUTROPHIC LAKES. 
Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Fla. 1995. FR 40(4) 

05-008208 Forlier, Louis; Martin Forller and Serge Demers. ZOOPLANKTON AND LARVAL FISH 
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: COMPARATIVE STUDY UNDER FIRST-YEAR SEA ICE AT LOW AND HIGH 
LATITUDES INTHE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE. Proc. Nat/. Insl Polar Res. Symp. Polar Blot. No. 0, p. 11-1 9. 1 995. 
FR40(4) . 

[G1ROQ, Dep. Biol,, Univ. Laval, Ste-Foy, PQ, Canada G1 K 7P4] Ammodytos, Lumpenus sagitta, and Theragfa 
ctiatcogramma in Canada and Boreogadus saida in the Sea of Okhotsk. 

95-008209 Fortier, Louis; Dominique Ponton and Michel Gilbert. THE MATCH/MISMATCH HYPOTHESIS 
AND THE FEEDING SUCCESS OF FISH LARVAE IN ICE-COVERED SOUTHEASTERN HUDSON BAY. Mar. Ecol. 
Prog. Ser. 120(1-3):! 1-27. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol,, Univ. Laval, Sle.-Foy, PQ, Canada G1 K 7P4] Boreogadus saida and Ammodytes. 

95-0082 1 Frankiewicz, Piolr and Maciej Zalewski. THE SHIFT IN FEEDING STRATEGY OF BROWN TROUT 
(SALMQ 7RUTTA M. FARIO (L)) INTRODUCED TO SUCCESSIVE STREAM ORDERS OF AN UPLAND RIVER. 
Fish Communities and Population Parameters Related So River Longitudinal Patterns: Second International 
Symposium on the Eco/ogy of Fluvial Fishes, Held in Lodz, Poland, 23-26 August, 1980. lohn Thorpe, editor. Pol. 
Atch. Hydtobiol. 37(1-2):109-117. 1990, FR 40(4) 

95-008211 Frankiewicz, Piotr. THE DAILY FEEDING PATTERN OF STONE LOACH, NOEMACHEILUS 
BARBATULUS (L), IN THE UPLAND LUBRZANKA RIVER, POLAND. Coarse Fish Ecology: Fourth International 
Symposium on the Eco/ogy of Fluvial Fishes, Held in Pultusk, Poland, 23-26 June, 1993, David M. Harper, editor. 
Pol. Arch. Hydrobiot. 41(3):269-278. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Appl. Ecol,, Univ. Lodz, 12/16 Banacha Sir., 90-237 Lodz, Poland) 

95-008212 George, S. G. and J. C. Holt. DIEL VARIATION IN FEEDING BY THREE CENTRARCHID FISHES 
fROM CHAUVIN BAYOU, LOUISIANA. Proc, La. Acad. Sci. Vol. 57. p. 35. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Northeast La. Univ., Monroe 71201] Lepomis macrochirus, Mtcropterus satmoides, and Pomoxis 
/ligromacufalus. 

95*08213 Ghosh, Apurba; Amiiabha Ghosh; P. K. Chakraborti; A. K. Roy and G. N. Challopa Hyay. STUDIES 
ON FOOD HABITS OF MTES CALCARIFER (BL.) IN SEWAGE ENRICHED POND. STOCKED WITH 
ORtOCHKQMIS MOSSAMBICUS. I. Indian Soc. Coastal Agric. Res. 5(2):445-451. 1987. FR 40(4) 

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Pomoxfs mnularis. P. nferamacu/alw; and Dorosoma petenemc 

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editors, p. 207-239. 1 994. FR 40(4) '^espme Stickleback. Michael A. Bell ait d Susan A. far* 



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[Dep. Zool. Univ. leices.er, University Rd, Leicester LEI 7RH, England 

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1 995. FR 40(-3) UMNIVOROUS CRAYFISH. /. Worlft /\ m . Benthol. Soc. 1 4(2):30t-3H 

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95-008228 Lewis, Grant L. and Michael H. Lamont. FALL DIETARY PREFERENCES OF BLUEGILL, LF.POMIS 
MACROCHIRUS, IN A CENTRAL OHIO FARM POND. Ohio I. Sci. 95(2):46. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Box 1 175, Capital Univ., Columbus OH 43209) 

95-008229 Lundberg, B. and D. Golani. DIET ADAPTATIONS OF LESSEPSIAN MIGRANT RABBITFISHES, 
SICANUS LURIDUS AND S. RIVULATUS, TO THE ALGAL RESOURCES OF THE MEDITERRANEAN COAST OF 
ISRAEL. Mar. Ecol. 16(1):73-89. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[P.O. Box 9491, Jerusalem 91094, Israel] 

95-008230 Maksimenkov, V. V. and A. M. Tokranov. FEEDING HABITS OF NINE-SPINED STICKLEBACK, 
PUNGITIUS PUNCniUS (GASTEROSTEIDAE) IN THE ESTUARY AND LOWER BOL'SHAYA RIVER (WEST 
KAMCHATKA)./, tchthyol. 35(2):65-74. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Kamchatka Res, Inst. Fish. & Oceanogr., Kamchatka Inst. Ecol. & Wildl. Manage., Far East Div., Russian Acad. 
Sci., Pelropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russia] 

95-008231 Mann, Martin ], THE FOOD HABITS AND DIET OVERLAP OF BLACK CRAPPIE AND HYBRID 
STRIPED BASS IN HAMPTON LAKE, FLORIDA. M.S. thesis, Univ. Fla. 1995. FR 40(4) 
Pomoxis nigromaculatus and Morone saxatilis. 

95-008232 Matena, ].; K, Simek and C. H, Fernando. INGESTION OF SUSPENDED BACTERIA BY FISH: A 
MODIFIED APPROACH. I. Fish Biol. 47(2}:334-336. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Hydrobiol. Inst., Acad, Sci. Czech Rep., Na saclkach 7, 370 05 Ceske Budejovlce, Czech Republic] Cyptinus 
carpio and Ti'/apia nilotica. 

95-008233 McClanahan, Timothy R. FISH PREDATORS AND SCAVENGERS OF THE SEA URCHIN 

ECHINOMFJRA MAJHAEI IN KENYAN CORAL-REEF MARINE PARKS. Environ. Biol. Fishes 43{2):1 87-1 93. 1 995. 
FR 40(4) 

JWildl. Conserv. Soc, Coral Reef Conserv. Proj,, P.O. Box 99470, Mombasa, Kenya) Balistspus undulatus, 
Cbeitinus trilobalus, and Lethrinus mahsena. 

95-008234 McCulloch, Bruce Reid. DISPERSAL OF THE STONECAT (NO7URUS FIAVUS) IN MANITOBA 
AND ITS INTERACTIONS WITH RESIDENT FISH SPECIES. M.S. thesis, Univ. Manitoba (Canada) 123p. 1994. 
From Masters Abstr. Int. 33(3):842. 1 995. Order No. MAMM92255. FR 40(4) 
Rhinichthys cataractae and lota tola. 

95-003235 Morgan, C. and N. Ringler. INVERTEBRATE RESPONSES TO A BENTHIC PREDATORY FISH 
(COTTUS COCM7US). INTELCOL Manchester 1994: Progress lo Meet the Challenge of Environmental Change. 
Proceedings of the VI International Congress of Ecology, 21 to 26 August J994, Manchester, United Kingdom. 
John H. Tallis, Hazel I. Norman, and Richard A, Benlon, editors, p. 193. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

95-008236 Muderhwa, N. FORAGING BEHAVIOUR OF THE SCALE-EATER PERISSODUS MICROf-EPIS 
(CICHLIDAE) IN LAKE TANGANYIKA, AFRICA, INJELCOL Manchester 1994: Progress to Meet the Challenge of 
Environmental Change. Proceedings of the VI International Congress of Ecology, 2]to26 August 1 994, Manchester, 
United Kingdom. lohn H. Tallis, Hazel I. Norman, and Richard A. Benlon, editors, p. 44. 1 994. Abslract only. 
FR 40(4) 

95-008237 Musil, Pete; Jirl Janda and Henrlk De NIc. CHANGES IN ABUNDANCE AND SELECTION OF 
FORAGING HABITAT IN CORMORANTS PHALACROCORAX CARBO IN SOUTH BOHEMIA (CZECH 
REPUBLIC}. Spec/a/ Issue; Cormorant, Phalacrocorax carbo. Mennobart van Eerden, Kees Koffijberg, Maarten 
Plalteeuw, and Menno Zijlstra, editors. Ardea 83(1 ):247-253. 1 995. In English with Dutch summ. FR 40(4) 
|lnst, Appl. Ecol., Kostelec & Cernymi lesy, CS 281 63, Czech Republic] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-008238 Nagasawa, Kazuya and Masahlde Kaeriyama. (PREDATION BY FISHES AND SEABIRDS ON 
JUVENII-ECHUM SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS KETA) IN COASTAL WATERS OF JAPAN: A REVIEW.) Sci. Rep. 
Hokkaklo Salmon Hatchery No. 49. p. 41-53. 1 995. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Nail. Res. Inst. Far Seas Fish., Fish. Agency Japan, 5-7-1 Orido, Shimizu, Shlzuoka 424, Japan] 7ribolodon 
hakonensis, Pleurogrammus azonus, Paralichthys olivaceus, and Oncorhynchus gorbuscha. 

95-008239 Nagasawa, Kazuya. [PREDATOR-PREY RELATIONSHIP OF FISH AND BIRDS OF COASTAL 
JAPAN.] [Salmon Seminar Abstracts: 38th Salmon Seminar, March 18, 1994.] Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery. Teen. 
Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery No. 1 64. p. 63. 1995. In Japanese. FR 40(4) 

95-008240 Nakatani, Toshtkuni. MONTHLY CHANGE IN FOOD SIZE OF LARVAL WALLEYE POLLOCK 
7HERACRA CHALCOCRAMMA AT THE INITIAL FEEDING STAGE IN FUNKA BAY AND SURROUNDING 
VICINITY IN HOKKAIDO. Fish, Sci. 61(3):387-390. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Fac, Fish,, Hokkaido Univ., Mlnalo, Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan] 

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[Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Minato, Hakodate Hnfckairi/i tui i,.,, i T( , 
Hfcpogtowofete dub in Japan. " aKQ ae, Hokkaido 041, Japan] Tftwagra cfta/rogramm and 

Osenberg. 



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95-008254 Sdiiemer, Fritz; Hubert Keckeis and Josef Wanzenbock. FORAGING IN CYPRINIDS DURING 
EARLY DEVELOPMENT. Development, Growth and Rearing of Fish Larvae in Relation of Changing the 
Environmental Demands: Based on a Workshop at the Vlth Congress of European Ichthyologists, Budapest, 
Hungary, 15-19 August 1988. Ian W. M. Osse, Fritz Schiemer, and Malgorzata Szlaminska, editors. Pol. Arch. 
Hydrcbiot. 36(4):467-474. In English with German summ. FR 40(4) 
flutf/us tutitus and Albumus albumus. 

95-008255 Stiarma, Ramesh C. TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF CARRA COTYM CO7YM (GRAY) FROM UPLAND 
STREAMS OF INDIA, fish Communities and Population Parameters Related to River Longitudinal Patterns: Second 
International Symposium on the Ecology of Fluvial Fishes, Held in Lodz, Poland, 23-26 August, 1988. /ohn Thorpe, 
editor, Pof.Arch. Hydrobiol. 37(1-2):127-134. 1990. FR 40(4} 

95-008256 Shelton, William L; Ashraf Soliman and Shmuel Rothbard, EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS ON 
FEEDING BIOLOGY OF BLACK CARP (MYLOPHARYNGODON PICEUS). Isr. I. Aquacult. Bamidgeh 47(2):59-67. 
1 995. FR 40(4) 

(Zoo). Dep., Univ. Okla., Norman 73019] 

95-008257 Sun, Hae-Lip; Seong-Soo Kim; You-Bong Go; Ki Wan Nam; Sung Gyu Yun; Yang-Ho Yoon; Soo-Gun 
}o and Jae-Sang Hong. [^ l0 Po ACCUMULATION IN THE PELAGIC COMMUNITY OF YONGIL BAY, KOREA.[ 
Bull. Korean Fish. Soc. 2B(2):2 19-226. 1995. In Korean with English summ. FR 40(4) 
(Dep. Oceanogr,., Chonnam Nail. Univ., Kwangju 500-757, Korea) 

95-008258 Suler, Werner. ARE CORMORANTS PHALACROCORAX CARBO WINTERING IN SWITZERLAND 
APPROACHING CARRYING CAPACITY? AN ANALYSIS OP INCREASE PATTERNS AND HABITAT CHOICE. 
Special Issue: Cormorant, Phalacrocorax carbo. Mennobart van Eerden, Kees Koffijberg, Maarlen Platteeuw, and 
Menoo Zy/stra, editors. Ardea 83(1 ):255-266. 1 995, In English with Dutch summ. FR 40(4) 

[Dcp. Niil, Conserv,, Fed. Inst. Technol., P.O. Box 8903, Birnensdorf, Switzerland] Perca fluviatilis and 
Co/egonus. 

95-008259 Suzuki, Toshiya; Kazuya Nagasawa and Masahide Kaeriyama. FEEDING STRATEGY OP JUVENILE 
CHUM SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS KETA) IN THE JAPAN SEA OFF NORTHERN HONSHU, JAPAN. {Salmon 
Seminar Abstracts: 40th Salmon Seminar, November 14, 1994.} Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery. Tech. Rep. Hokkaido 
Salmon Hatchery No. 164. p. 69-70. 1995. In English and Japanese, FR 40(4) 

95-008260 Takatsu, Tetsuya; Toshikuni Nakaiani; Takashi Mutch and Toyomi Takahashi. FEEDING HABITS 
Of PACIFIC COD LARVAE AND JUVENILES IN MUTSU BAY, JAPAN. Fish. Sd. 61 (3):41 5-422. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Minalo, Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan) Gadus macrocephalus. 

95-008261 Teixeira, Rogerio L. and John A. Musick. TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF TWO CONGENERIC 
PIPEFISHES (5YNGNATHIDAE) OF THE LOWER YORK RIVER, VIRGINIA. Environ. Biol. Fishes 43(3):295-309. 
1 995. FR 40(4} 

|Dcp. Fish. Sci,, Va. Inst. Mar. Sci,, Coll. William & Mary, Gloucester Point 23062] Syngnat/ius iloridae, S. 
fuscus, Ftincfu/us /leteroc/i'lus, and Hippocampus erectus, 

95-008262 Valdez Gonzalez, Arcadio and Jesus Montemayor Leal. PREDATION POTENTIAL OF SOME 
AQUATIC INSECTS (PANTALA, COENACRION, TROPISTERNUS, NOTONECTA AND SICARA) ON COMMON 
CARP FRY. 1. Appi. Aquacult. 5(1 ):77-82. 1 995, FR 40(4) 

jLab. Acuaculi,, Fac. Cienc. Biol., Univ. Autonoma Nuevo Leon, Apdo. Postal 438, San Nicolas de los Garza, 
N,L, C.P. 66450, Mexico) Cyprinus carpio. 

95-008263 Van Dobben, W. H. THE FOOD OF THE CORMORANT PHAIACROCORAX CARBO SINENSIS: 
OLD AND NEW RESEARCH COMPARED. Special Issue: Cormorant, Phalacrocorax carbo. Mennobart van Eerden, 
Kees Koffijberg, Maarten Platteeuw, and Menno Zillslra, editors. Ardea 83(1 ):1 39-1 42. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Dorskampweg -4, NL-6704 PB Wagenlngen, Netherlands] 

95-008264 van Eerden, Mennobart R. and Berend Voslamber. MASS FISHING BY CORMORANTS 
PHALACROCORAX CARBO SINENSIS AT LAKE IJSSELMEER, THE NETHERLANDS: A RECENT AND 
SUCCESSFUL ADAPTATION TO A TURBID ENVIRONMENT. Spec/a/ Issue: Cormorant, Phalacrocorax curbo. 
Mennobart van ferden, Kees Koffijberg, Maarten Platteeuw, and Menno Zijlslra, editors. Ardea 83(1):199-212. 
1 995. Jn English with Dutch summ. FR 40(4) 

[Rijkswaterstaal Dir. Flevoland, P.O. Box 600, NL-8200 AP Lelyslad, Netherlands] Osmerus mordax and 
Cvmnocep/ia/ws cernuus. 



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95-008265 van Eerden, Mennobarl R,; Kees Koffijberg and Maarten Phtteeuw. RIDING ON THE CREST OF 
THE WAVE: POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITATIONS FOR A THRIVING POPULATION OF MIGRATOR 
CORMORANTS PHALACROCORAX CARBO IN MAN-DOMINATED WETLANDS. Special Issue: Carmoti^ 
Pha/acfocorsx carbo. Mennobarl van Eerden, Kees Koffijberg, Maarten Platteeuw, and Menno ZijSstra edi!ci 
Ardea 83(1 }:l-9. 1995. In English with Dutch summ. FR 40(4) 

[Rijkswalerstaat Dir. Flevoland, P.O. Box 600, NL-3200 AP Lelystad, Netherlands] 

95-OOB266 van Eerden, Mennobart R. and Jens Gregersen. LONG-TERM CHANGES IN THE NORTHWiS' 
EUROPEAN POPULATION OF CORMORANTS PHALACROCORAX CARBO SINENSIS. Specially 
Cormorant, PJfatecrocorax carfao. Mennobart van Eerden, Kees Koffijberg, Maarten Platteeuw, and Merino lifr'n. 
edrtott. Ardea 83(1);61-79. 1995. In English with Dutch summ. FR4Q{4) 

(Rijkswaterstaal Dir. FEevoland, P.O. Box 600, NL-8200 AP Lelystad, Netherlands] 

95-008267 van Eerden, Mennobart; Kees Koffijberg; Maarten Platteeuw and Menno Zijlstra, editors. SP[CI L J 
ISSUE: CORMORANT, FHALACROCORAX CARBO. Ardea 83{1}:l-338. 1995. In English with Dutch sum 
Available (paper) at HFL50.0Q ($30.00) by transfer Post. Giro Ace. 1 25347, Nederlandsc Ornilhol. Unie, Dahlis.] 
26, 2343 XH Oegstgeest, Netherlands, FR 40(4) 

[Rijkswalerslaat Dli. Hevolantt, P.O. Box 600, NL-8200 AP Lelystad, Netherlands] Selected papers Inclf =- 
in this issue of fisheries Review, 

95-008268 Veldkamp, Ronnie. DIET OF CORMORANTS PHALACROCORAX CARSO SrWfNSIS Al 
WANNEPERVEEN, THE NETHERLANDS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BREAM ABRAMIS BRAMA. Spttii 
Issue: Cormorant. Phalaaocorax caibo. Mennabart van Eerden, toes Koffijberg, Maarten Plattceuvv, arid \fe :--: 
Zijktra, editors. Ardea 83(1):143-155. 1995. In English wilh Dutch summ. FR40J4) 
[De Rikking 46, NL-8332 CC Sleemvtjk, Nelhedands] Data for 1 2 other species. 

95-008269 Voslamber, Berend; Maarten Platteeuw and Mennobari R. van Eerden. SOLITARY FORAGING is 
SAND PITS BY BREEDING CORMORANTS PHAIACROCORAX CARBO SINENSIS: DOES SPEGALI"; 
KNOWLEDGE ABOUT FISHING SITES AND FISH BEHAVIOUR PAY OFF? Spec/a/ Issue: Cownwn 
f/ia/acrocorax carbo. Mennoban van Eerden, Kees Koffifberg, Maarlen Platteeuw, and Menno Zr/Vs(r,i, ediyy, 
Ardea 83(1);2 1 3-222. 1 995. In English with Dutch summ. FR 40(4) 

[Rijkswaterstaat Dir. Flevoland, P.O. Box 600, NL-8200 AP Lelystad, Netherlands] 

95-008270 Warke, G. M. A. and K. R. Day. CHANGES IN ABUNDANCE OF CYPRINID AND PERCH) P*E< 
AFFECT RATE OF PREDATtON BY CORMORANTS PHALACROCORAX CARBO CARBO ON SALMON MW: 

SAMfiSMOLTIN NORTH ERN \RtlA.ND. Special Issue: Cormotant,Phalacroco[ax carbo. MennobaftvanEc/^. 
Kees Kofrijbetg, Maarten Plstteeuw, and MennoZi'ilstra, editors. Ardea 03(1 ):1 57-1 66. 1995. In English with tVJ 
summ, FR 40(4) 

(Dep.Biol.&Biomed. Sci,, Univ. Ulster, Coleraine, Co. Londonderry BT52 1SA, Northern Ireland) DsUlj 
18 other species. 

95-008271 Willson, Mary F. and Karl C. Halupka. ANADROMOUS FISH AS KEYSTONE SPCCICS ft 
VERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES. Coniwv. Bio/. 9(3):489-497. 1995. In English with Spanish summ. PR 4Q{4) 
(For. Sci. Lab,, 2770 Sherwood Lane, Jirneau, AK 99B01 ] 

95-008272 Zander, C. Dieter. [NICHE OCCUPATION BY 5 GOBY SPECIES (TELEOSTEI, GOBI I DAE) IN TK 
BALTIC SEA AND ITS INTERPRETATION BY MEANS OF THE THEORY OF P RE-ADAPTATION.] Z. Zoo). 5ji 
Evolulionstotsch 32(3):220-234. 1 994. Jn German with English summ. FR 40(4) 

|2ool, lnsi.&Zool.Mus., Univ, Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany] Pomatoschistus microps, 
Gofa/us niger, and Goblusculus ftavescens. 

95-008273 Zijlstra, Menno and Mennobart R. van Eerdert. PELLET PRODUCTION AND THE USE 
OTOLITHS IN DETERMINING THE DIET OF CORMORANTS PHALACROCORAX CARSO SINENSIS: 
WITH CAPTIVE BIRDS. Spcdaf Issue: Cormorant, Phalacmcorax carbo. Mennobart van fen/en, Kees Koffijbei 
Maarlen Plaiteeuw, and Menno Zifistra, editors. Ardea83{l):1 23-131. 1995. In English wilh Dutch summ. HHCU 
IRijkswaterstaat Dir. Flevoland, P.O, Box 600, NL-8200 AP Lelyslad, Netherlands] Cymnocepltalut cemu.- 
Abramis brama, Rmilus tulilus, Pe/ca flwhtills, and 5tizos(edion /uc/operca. 

AGE AND GROWTH 

!l 5 ? 7 t Amara ' Radlld atld Franc ise Lagardere. (SIZE AND AGE ATTFIE ONSET OF METAMORPHOS* 
OF SOLE (SOLtA 5OLEA (L)) IN THE GULF OF GASCONY.] Int. Counc. fxp/or, 5ea ). Mar. Sci. 
In French with English surnm. 1995. FR40(4) 

[IFREMER Cent. Nantes, B.P. 1049, F-44037 Nantes cedex 01, France] 



rnn.n^Stdf V^TON !N GROWTH AND AGE AT MATURITY IN BLUEGILLSUNRSHiGtNEH 
OR ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS* L fish Bio/. 47(2):237-247. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
IDep, Zool., Brigham Young Univ., Provo, UT 84602] lepomis macrochirus. 

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QS-008276 Bhaaat M I and Shyam Sunder. A PRELIMINARY NOTE ON LENGTH-WEIGHT RELATIONSHIP 
AND RELATIVE CONDITION FACTOR OF SCHIZOJHORAX PMQOSTOMUS (HECKEL) FROM ]AMMU 
REGION. I. Inland Fish. Soc. India 15(1-2):73-74. 1 983. FR 40(4) 

95-008277 Bhandari, B. S.; M. S. Johal and K. K. Tandon. AGE AND GROWTH OF CYPRINUS CARPIO VAR. 
COMMUNIS LINNAEUS FROM GOB1NDSAGAR, HIMACHAL PRADESH, INDIA. Res. Bull. Punjab Univ. Sci. 
43(M):15M&8. 1993. FR40(4} 

|Dep. Zool., Panjab Univ., Chandiearh-160 014, India] 

95-008278 Blackwell, Brian G.; Michael L. Brown and Brian R. Murphy. DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION 
OF A STANDARD WEIGHT \Ws) EQUATION FOR FRESFIWATER DRUM. Prairie Nat. 27{1):51-61. 1995. 

|Dep. Wildl. & Fish. Sci., S.D. Slate Univ., Brookings 57007-1 696| Aplodinotus grunniens in the United States. 

95-008279 Bumgarner, Joseph. LONG-TERM TRENDS IN THE GROWTH OF SOCKEYE SALMON 
(ONCORHVNCHUS NERKA) FROM THE CHICNIK LAKES, ALASKA. M.S. thesis, Univ. Wash. 1993. FR -40(4) 

95-008280 Cannizzaro, L.; P. Rizzo; D. Lcvi and S. Gancllano. AGE DETERMINATION AND GROWTH OF 
SQUAlUSBLAiNVlLLEI(R\SSO, 1826). Fish. Res. (Armt.) 23(1,2):113-125. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[1st. Tecnol. Pesca Pescato, Cons. Naz. Ric., Via Luigi Vaccara, 61 Mazara del Vallo, Italy] 

05-008281 Chen Yong GROWTH COMPARISON AND ANALYSIS ON THIRTY-THREE WHITE SUCKER, 
CATOSJOMUS COMMERSONI, POPULATIONS IN ONTARIO WITH REFERENCE TO ENVIRONMENTAL 
VARIABLES. M.S. thesis, Univ. Toronto fCanadaJ266p. 1991. From Masters Abslr. Int. 33(3):839. 1995. Order 
No. MAMM92545. FR 40(4} 

95-008282 DJCenzo, Victor ). and Phillip W. Bettoli, VERIFICATION OF DAILY RING DEPOSITION IN THE 
OTOUTHS OF ACE-0 SPOTTED BASS. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 1 24(4):633-G63. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Fish. & Allied AqiiaculL, Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849] Microplerus punctulaius. 

95-003283 Fechhelm, Robert G.; William B. Griffiths; William ), Wilson; Benny J. Gallaway and James D. Bryan. 
INTRA- AND INTERSEASONAL CHANGES IN THE RELATIVE CONDITION AND PROXIMATE BODY 
COMPOSITION OF BROAD WHITEFISH FROM THE PRUDHOE BAY REGION OF ALASKA. Trans. Am. Fish. 
Soc. 124(4):50S-519. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[LGL EcoL Res. Assoc., Inc., 1410 Cavitt St., Bryan, TX 77801] Coregonus nasus. 

95-008284 Finley, Lee. SPECIES SIZE IN THE GENUS SYNODONJIS. Trap. Fish Hobbyist 44(1 ):1 30-1 43. 1 995. 
FR 40(4) 

Data for 119 species, 

95-008285 Geraldes, Ana Maria and Maria Joao Collares-Perelra. PRELIMINARY INSIGHT INTO AGE AND 
GROWTH OF THE IBERIAN CHUB (LtUCISCUS PYRENAICUS) IN THE SORRAIA SYSTEM. Folia Zool. 
44(2):159-165. 1995.FR40(4) 

|Dep, Zool. & Antropol,, Fac. Gene., Univ. Lisboa, Blaco C2, 3 piso, Carnpo Grande, 1 700 Lisbon, Portugal] 

95-008286 Gluyas-Millan, M. Georgina and Victor M. Comez-Munoz. [LENGTH AND AGE COMPOSITION 
OF THE MACKEREL SCOMBER 1APONICUS AT BAHIA VIZCAINO, MEXICO.] Invest. Mar. CICIMAR 8(1 ):33-3B. 
1993. In Spanish with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Cent. Reg. Invcstig. Pesq. La Paz, Inst. Nac. Pesca, Carr. Pichilingue km 1 s/n, La Paz, 23000 B.C.S., Mexico] 

95-008287 Guillory, Vincent. INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON GULF MENHADEN WEIGHT 
AND HARVEST FORECASTS. Proc. La. Acad Sci, Vol. 57. p. 6-12. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep- Wildl. & Fish., P.O. Box 1 89, Bourg, LA 70345] Brevoortia patronus in Louisiana. 

95-GOS288 Guy, Christopher S. and David W. Willis, GROWTH OF CRAPPIES IN SOUTH DAKOTA WATERS. 
LFfeshwaterEcot. 10(2);15t-161. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit, Kans. Slate Univ., 205 Leasure Hall, Manhattan 66506) Pomoxis nigromaculstus 
and P. 3nnu!aris. 

95-008289 Maiden, Norman M.; John A. Babaluk; John L. Campbell and William ). Teesdale. SCANNING 
PROTON MICROPROBE ANALYSIS OF STRONTIUM IN AN ARCTIC CHARR, SALVF.UNUS ALPINUS, 
OTOLJTH: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INTERPRETATION OF ANADROMY. Environ. Btol. Fishes 43(4):333-339. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

| Dep. Geol. Sci., Univ. Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3T 2N2] 

95-008290 Ivanov, O. A. and V. V. Lapko. [SIZE AND AGE CHARACTERISTICS OF MESOPELAGIC FISH 
DtAPHUS THEM (MYCTOPHIDAE) IN THE SOUTH-KURIL REGION.) Blologiya Morya (Vladivostok) 
20(3)197-202. 1994. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

|L,ib. Appl. BiocenoL, Pac. Res. Insl. Fish. & Oceanogr., Vladivostok 690600, Russia] 

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e, omian, antcatd A tfemon, ed((wi p. 1 90. 1 994. Abslract only. FR 40(4) 
P. Jeopart/usand P. o/fgocan/ftut ' 

it., Univ. Wyo, Lliram io 8207L3 , 66| 4,edfan 



iv., Shimoarala, Kagoshima 890, Japan] 
IN*!. Env,ron. R &5 . Ins,., Frederiksborgvej 399, P.O. Box 358, DK-4000 RosWIde, Denmark! 



E SPEGMENS AND MIGRATIONS 

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[Interdep. Ichthyol. Comm., Moscow, Russia] 

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/. ^gc Sd. 27(2):t83-185. 1993. FR 40(4) ' M UKE HUSSAIN SAGAR ' HYDERABAD, INDIA. Mywt 
|B,r Cov. Coll., Lakdikapul, Hyderabad-500 004, India] 

OFT^^^^ 

2S(4):S07-5 10.1 991. FR 40(4) INMAB1TIN G HASSAINSAGAR, HYDERABAD. Mysore \. A S ric. Sci 



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ACE AND GROWTH {Continued) 

55-003305 Saxena, R. K. A TECHNIQUE OF PHOTOGRAPHING GROWTH BANDS ON OPERCULAR 

BONES FOR AGEING MAHSEER, TOR TOR (HAMILTON)./. /n/ancf fish. Soc/ndia 13(2):1 10-112. 1981. PR 40(4) 

95-008306 Sinha M LENGTH-WEIGHT RELATIONSHIP AND RELATIVE CONDITION FACTOR OF THE 
CANINE CATf ISH-EEL PLO7OSUS CANIUS HAMILTON. >. Mar. Blot. Assoc. India 23(1 &2):39-43. 1 9B1 . FR 40(4) 

95-008307 Slavik.Ondrej and Pelr Rab. EFFECT OF MICROHABITAT ON THE AGE AND GROWTH OFTWO 
STREAM- DWELLING POPULATIONS OF SPINED LOACH, COB/7/5 TAENIA. Folia Zoo/. 44(2);167-174. 1995. 

FR40(4) 

|Water Res, Inst. T.G.M., Podbabska 30, 1 60 00 Praha 6, Czech Republic] 

95-008308 Tamazouzt, L. and B. Capdevllle. [WEANING AND INTERSPECIFIC VARIABILITY OF THE 
GROWTH OF JUVENILE PERCA FLUWA7IUS AND MICROPKRUS SALMOIDES IN A CONTROLLED 
ENVIRONMENT ] Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at tne International Conference 
Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France, Match 23-25, 1 994. 1. Mulr and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. 
Sac. Spec Pubt. No. 2 1 . p. 1 74-1 75. 1994. In French. FR -10(4) 
|Lab. Biol. Appl., 34 rue Sainte Catherine, 54000 Nancy, France] 

95-003309 Tandon, K. K.; M. S. Johal and Tarun Kukreja. MORPHOMETRY, AGE AND GROWTH OF SILVER 
CARP WPQPHJHALMICmHYS MOLiTRIX (VALENCIENNES) FROM GOBINDSAGAR, HIMACHAL 
PRADESH, INDIA. Res. Bull. fim/ab Univ. Sci. 43(1-4):1 17-128. 1993. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Zool., Panjab Univ., Chandigarh-160 014, India]] 

95-008310 Tandon, K. K.; M. S. Johal and Monika Maliajan. MORPHOMETRY, LENGTH-WEIGHT 
RELATIONSHIP AGE AND GROWTH OF GUDUSIA CHAPRA (HAMILTON, 1822) FROM TWO DIFFERENT 
LOCALITIES OFRAJASTHAN STATE, INDIA, Res. Bull. Pan/ab Univ. Sd. 43(1-4):87-104. 1993. FR 40(4) 
[Dep, Zool,, Panjab Univ., Chandigarh-160 014, India] 

95-00831 1 Thurman, W. Mark, AGE STRUCTURE, GROWTH, AND POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS OF 
LARGEMOUTH BASS AND SPOTTED BASS IN DALE HOLLOW RESERVOIR, TENNESSEE, M.S. thesis, Tenn. 
Technoi. LfrifV. 1994. FR 40(4} 

Micropierus punctulalus, M. sa/moi'des, and M. dolomieu. 

95-008312 Tokranov, A. M, THE SIZE AND SEX STRUCTURE OF SCULPINS OF THE GENUS TR/CIOPS 
ICOTTIDAE) IN THE COASTAL WATERS OF KAMCHATKA. /. Ichlhyol. 35(4):140-144. 1995. FR 40(4) _ 

(Kamchatka Inst. Ecol. & Utilization Nat. Resour., Far Easl. Div., Russian Acnd. Sci., Pelropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, 
Russia] I prngefc T. forficatus, and T. scepikus in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. 

95-008313 Tserpes, George and Nikolaos Tsimenides, DETERMINATION OF AGE AND r GROWTH OF 
SWORDFISH XIPHIAS CLADIUS L, 1 758, IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN USING ANAL-FIN SPINES, U.S. 
War/. Mar. Fish, Serv. fish. Bull- 93(3):594-602. 1995, FR 40(4) 
[Inst. Mar. BJol. Crete, P.O. Box 2214, 710 03 Iraklion, Greece] 

95.008314 van Rooij, I. M.; ]. H. Bruggemann; ]. ], Videler and A. M. Breeman. PLASTIC GROWTH OF THE 
HERBIVOROUS REEF FISH SPARISOMA VtRIDE: FIELD EVIDENCE FOR A TRADE-OFF BETWEEN GROWTH 
AND REPRODUCTION. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 122(1-3):93-105. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep, Mar. Blol., Univ. Groningen, P.O. Box 14, 9750 AA l-laren, Netherlands] 

95-0083 1 5 Yuen, Henry ], A MODEL TO PREDICT PACIFIC HERRING AGE COMPOSITION 'N EARLY AND 
LATE SPAWNING MIGRATION IN KAMISHAK BAY, ALASKA. Alsk. Fish. Res. Bull. 1(1 ):35-54. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish & Game, Commer. Fish. Manage. & Dev., 333 Raspberry Rd., Anchorage, AK 99518] Oupea 
paliasi 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION, FISH SURVEYS, ETC. .,^,n^7i mor 

95-0083 1 6 Allen, Gerald R. CLIPPERTON; THE FORGOTTEN ISLAND. Trop. Fish Hobbyist 44(1 ):46-71 . 1 995, 
FR 40(4) 

Data foi 108 species in the eastern Pacific Ocean. 

95-008317 Almada, Vitor C; Rui F. de Oliveira; Emanuel ]. Goncalves; Armando J Almeida and > Edunrdo N. 
Barala, A NEW NORTHERN LIMIT FOR THE DISTRIBUTION RANGE OF IIPOPHRYSCANEVAE (PISCES: 
BLENNIIDAE) IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN. Arq. Mus. Bocage 2(23):403-408. 1993. In English with Portuguese 
summ, FR40{4) , 

[Goncalvesi Lab. Mar. Guia, Fac. Cienc. Lisboa, Estrada do Guincho, P-2750 Cascais, Portugal] 

95-003318 Andriyashev, A. P. and N, V. Chemova. ANNOTATED LIST OF FISHL1KE VERTEBRATES AND FISH 
OF THE ARCTIC SEAS AND ADJACENT WATERS. /. Ichthyol. 35(1 ):81 -1 23. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
|Zool. Inst,, Russian Acad. Sci., St. Petersburg, Russia] Data for 41 5 species. 

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GEOGRAPHICALD]5TRIBUTfON,FISH SURVEYS, ETC. (Continued) 

95-00834& O'Brien, Barry and Julie M. Fives. ICHTHYOPLANKTON DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCEOfF 

THE WEST COAST OF IRELAND. Int. Counc. Explor. Sea I. Mar. 5d 52(2):233-245. 1995. TR 40(4) 

[Fives: Dep. Zool. y Martin Ryan Mar. Sci. Ins!., University Coll., Calway, Ireland] Mauroticus muelteri, Scomber 
scomfarus, Micromesistius pouiassou, Tmopreri/s esmarki, Jraclnirus trachurus, and data for 67 oilier specie!, 

95-008347 Orlov, A. M. BRIEF REVIEW OF THE MARINE ICHTHYOFAUNA OF CAMBODIA / fdiifn-nl 
3S(4):81-87.1995.FR40(4) ' 

(All-Russia Res. Insi, Fish. & Oceanogr., Moscow, Russia) 

95-008348 Phleps, Ronald P. and Ernest H. Williams Jr. NEW RECORDS OF CARIBBEAN FISHES FROM 
ALABAMA. Caribb. f. Sd. 31(1-2):152-154. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacult., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849-541 9] Data for 11 species. 

95-008349 Pike, T. and R. J. Karssing. INVESTIGATION OF THE PRESENCE OF MALUTl MINNOW'S 
PSEUDOBARBUSQUA7HLAMRAE,\N THE UMKOMOZANA RIVER. Lammergeycr No. 43. p. 64, 1995 TR Wti 
[Natal Parks Board, P.O. Box 662, Pieteimaritzburg 3200, South Africa] 



95-008350 Ponomarenko, V. P. NEW DATA ON THE ECOLOGY OF FISHES OF THE KARA SEA /. 
3S(4):145-149. 1995. FR40(4) 

(Interdep, Ichthyol. Cornm., Moscow, Russia] Dala for 22 species in the Arctic Ocean. 

95-008351 Povz, Mela. THE CONSERVATION STATUS OF FRESHWATER FISHES OFTHE MURA RIVEft AHD 
ITS TRIBUTARIES IN THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA. Coarse Fish Ecology: Fourth International Symposium on fa 
Ecology of Fluvial Fishes, Held in Pultusk, Poland, 23-26 June, 1 993. David M. Harper, editor Pol. Arch I MwbW 
41(3}:311-321.1994. FR40I4) ' 

jFisli, Res. Inst, Ztpanciceva 9, 61000 Ljubljana, Slovenia] Data for 46 species. 

95-008352 Power, Geoff. SALMONID COMMUNITIES IN QUEBEC AND LABRADOR; TEMPERATURE 
RELATIONS ANDCLIMATE CHANCE, fish Communities and Population Parameters Related to RiVer/.tMifjiiudwJ 
Pallerns; Second /niernalfona/ Symposium on the Ecology of Fluvial Fishes, Held in Lodz, Poland, 2 l-2(> AUJRM, 
19SflJo/)n Thorpe, editor. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 37(1-2):13-28. 1990. FR 40(4) 

95-008353 Shustov, Yuri A. A REVIEW OF STUDIES OF HABITAT CONDITIONS AND BEHAVIOUR OF 
YOUNG ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR L.) IN THE RIVERS OF KARELIA AND THE KOLA PCNINSUIA. 
fish Communities and Population Parameters Related to River Longitudinal Patterns: Second /nf<jiwnJ 
Symposium on the Ecology of Fluvial Fishes, Held in Lodz, Poland, 23-26 August, 1 988, lohn Thorpe, Lilitat. M. 
Arch. Hydrobiol. 37(1-2):2942. 1991. In English with Russian summ. FR 40(4) 



rM V.!? E " L ' SokoloV3 ; v - A > Pegasov; M. I. Shalunovskiy and A. N. Klslcnov, 1HE 

ICHTHYOFAUNA OF THE MOSCOW RIVER WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY OF MOSCOW t 
Ichihypl. 34(9):141-151. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Biol. Fac., Mostow Slate Univ,, Moscow, Russia] Data for 35 species in Russia. 



5uh, Hae-Lip; Kwang-fae Park and Seong Sig Cha. A RECORD OF THE YELLOW CROAKER 
PSEUDOSC1AENA POLYACHS IN THE EAST SEA. Bull. Korean Fish. Soc. 27(6):836-838. 1994. In Ermllshuilh 
Korean summ. FR 40(4) n 

{Dep. Oceanogr., Chonnam Nail, Univ., Kwangju 500-757, Korea] 

^mfc?^' CHANGES IN THE EXPLOITED FISH FAUNA OF THE CONTINENTAL WATERS 
crtatKN tU ROPE AND NORTH ASIA DURING THEQUATERNARY././chtnra/. 35(4):5&m 191^F : Kf4) 
|Biol. Dep., Moscow Slate Univ., Moscow, Russia] Data for 70 species. 

wniAM !?!\ rt W ' ANOM ALOUS DIVERSITY OF SOME SEAG PASS-ASSOCIATED FAUNA IN 
iNuiAN KivtK LAOOON, FLORIDA. Biodiversity of the Indian River Lagoon: A Conference Ht.'hl in for! 

'nA%Ii " ' ary 5 ' 16 ' J994 - Hilai Y M ' Swain ' et al - Coordinators. Bull. Mar. Sd. 57(1 ):7!i-7, 1M5 
rK 40(4) * ' 

(St. Johns River Water Manage. Disl., P.O. Box 1429, Palaika, FL 321 78] 

ABUNDANCE, FACTORS OF; SURVIVAL AND MORTALITY 

SPF?I?S m^mS i a |iJ;! n T d ,?^ r ?l M ' Tremaln ' FISHES OF GATOR CREEK < IND| AN RIVE.R LAGOON; 
SI :?^? S ; r AB TAT U ^ U S ATION AND SEA SONAL ABUNDANCE PATTERNS. Btotiiveritf of 

co^n r ^ 

coordinator Butt. Mar. Set. 57(1):278. 1995. Abstract only, FR 40(4) 

AriiSi rZnv'S^ 3 /"-^ 3 ; lns S t22 L 9 Pfos P ect Ave, Suite 285, Melbourne 32901 1 Scwenops ocribHn 
Aws fete, Caram hippos, (.ep^sosleus pbiyrnJncw, and data for 20 other species in Florida. 

Prosopium gemmifet in Utah and Idaho. 
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ABUNDANCE, FACTORS OF; SURVIVAL AND MORTALITY (Continued) 

95-OOB360 Chapman, Frank A. and Stephen H. Carr. IMPLICATIONS OF EARLY LIFE STAGES IN THE 
NATURAL HISTORY OF THE GULF OF MEXICO STURGEON, ACIPENSER OXYRINCHUS DE 5OJOI. Environ 
Rial. Fishes 43(4):407-413. 1995. FR 40(4) 

jDep. Fish. & Aqual. Sci., Univ. Fla., 7922 N.W. 71 St., Gainesville 32653] 

95-008361 Lee, Wade and Eric Bergereen. LAKE TROUT HOOKING MORTALITY. Colo. Div. Wikll. Res. Rev. 
No. 2- p. 48-49. 1993. FR 40(4) 

Sa/ve/j'nus namaycush in Colorado. 

95-0003&2 Mailhot, Y.; R. Laprise; R. Forlin and ). Dodson. NEW FACTS ABOUT THE LIFE CYCLE OF THE 
A71ANTIC TOMCOD (MICROGADUS TOMCOD WALBAUM) IN THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER, QUEBEC, 
CANADA. Fish Communities and Population Parameters Related to River Longitudinal Patterns: Second 
International Symposium en the Ecology of Fluvial. Fishes, Held in Lodz, Poland, 23-26 August, 1 988. John Thorpe, 
editor. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 37(1-2};2&3. 1 990. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

95-008363 Mauchline, John; Odd Aksel Bergslad; John D. M. Gordon and Torleiv Brattegard. THE FOOD OF 
JUVENILE CORWHAENOIDES RUPESJRtS CUNNERUS, 1 765 (PISCES, MACROURIDAE) IN THE SKACERRAK. 
&fe 79(3>:1&3-164. 1994.FR40(4) 

jScoltisli Assoc. Mar. Sci., P.O. Box No. 3, Oban, Argyll PA34 4AD, Scotland] 

95-006364 Mayama, Hiroshi. (OVERWINTERING LIFE OF JUVENILE MASU SALMON IN STREAM.] Special 
Issue: Salmon and Environment of River. Hiroya Shimizu, organizer. Tech. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery No. 
164. p. 33-40. 1995. In Japanese. FR 40(4) 

[Res. Div., Hokkaido Salmon Hatch., Fish. Agency Japan, 2-2 Nakanoshima, Toyohira-ku 062, Japan] 
Qncarhynchus masoo in Japan. 

95-008365 Mori, Seilchl. SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATIONS IN NESTING SUCCESS AND THE CAUSES 
OF NEST LOSSES OF THE FRESHWATER THREE-SPINED STICKLEBACK, GASJEROSJEUS ACULEATUS. Environ. 
Bio!. Fishes 43(3)r323-328. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Zool. y Fac, Sci., Kyoto Univ., Sakyo-ku, Kyoio 606, Japan] C. a. leiurus, Caiassius auratus, Zacco platypus, 
Cypiiitus carpio, and CJianna argus in Japan. 

95-000366 Nauwerck, Arnold. THE DANUBIAN BLEAK, CHMCALBURNUS CHALCOIDES MENJO 
(ACASSIZ}, AND ITS FOOD IN LAKE MON DSEE (UPPER AUSTRIA). Limnologies 25(2):91 -1 03. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
|lnst. Limnol., Austrian Acad. Sci., Mondsee, Austria] 

95-000367 ProkGS, Miroslav. INFLUENCE OF DECREASED WATER LEVEL ON THE DENSITY AND 
DISTRIBUTION OF YOUNG PERCH (PEKCA FLUVIA1ILIS) IN THE MOSTISTE RESERVOIR, CZECH REPUBLIC. 
Folia Zoo/. 44(2): 1 37-144. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Insl. Landscape Ecol,, Acad. Sci. Chech Republic, Kvetna 0, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] 

95-008368 Ruzldta, Jamns Joseph. A COMPARISON OF THE TWO ALTERNATIVE EARLY LIFE-HISTORY 
STRATEGIES OF THE ANTARCTIC FISH: NO7O7HENIA CIBBERIFRONS AND NOTOJHENIOPS LARSENl. M.S. 
thesis, Univ. Hawaii 125|>. 1994, From Masters Abslr. Int. 33(2):4Q1. 1995. Order No. MA135B930. FR 40(4) 

95-008369 Schlosscr, Isaac J. and Paul L. Angermeier. THE INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABILITY, 
RESOURCE ABUNDANCE, AND PREDATION ON JUVENILE CYPRINID AND CENTRARCHID FISHES. Fish 
Communities and Population Parameters Related to River Longitudinal Patterns: Second International Symposium 
on the Ecology of Fluvial Fishes, Held in Lodz, Poland, 23-26 August, ) 988. lohn T/iorpe, editor. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 
37(1-2):2&5-284. 1990. FR 40(4) 

95*00370 TarlinB, G. A.; P. Ward; M. Sheader; J. A. Williams and C. Symon. DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS OF 
MACROZOOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGES IN THE SOUTHWEST ATLANTIC. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 
I 20(1 -3):29-40. 1995. FR 40(4| 

[Oceanogr. Dep,, Southampton Univ., Southampton SO9 5NH, England] 

95-000371 VandcrKooy, Steven Jay, SURVIVAL OF JUVENILE WALLEYE, STIZOSTEDION VITREUM, IN A 
RIVERINE SYSTEM: TESTOF THE SWIMMING PERFORMANCE AND PREY SIZE AVAILABILITY HYPOTHESES. 
M.S. thesis. Miss. State Univ. 70p. 1994. From Masters Abslr. Int. 33(2):468. 1995. Order No. MA1359144, 
FR40(4) 

95.000372 Varnell, Lylc M. and Kirk J. Havens. A COMPARISON OF DIMENSION-ADJUSTED CATCH DATA 
METHODS TOR ASSESSMENT OF FISH AND CRAB ABUNDANCE IN INTERTIDAL SALT MARSHES. Estuaries 
1&(2}:319-325.1995,FR40{4) 

[Wellnnds Program, Dep. Resour. Manage. & Policy, Sch. Mar. Sci., Insl. Mar. Sci., Coll. William & Mary, 
Gloucester Point, VA 2 3062] Data for six species in Virginia. 

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95-006386 Cislle, P. H. J. ALCOCK'S CONGRID EELS FROM THE "INVESTIGATOR' COLLECTIONS IN 

INDIAN SEAS 1 888-1 894. Cope/a 1 995(3):706-71 8. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

|Sch, Bfol. Sci., Victoria Univ., P.O. Box 600, Wellington 6000, New Zealand] Data for 14 species. 

95-008387 Chen, Jong P. and Kwang T. Shao. NEW SPECIES OF WRASSE, PSWDOCORIS OCELLAIUS 
(PISCES: LABRIDAE), FROM TAIWAN. Cope/a 1995(3):689-693. 1995. FR 40(4} 

[Shao: Inst. Zool., Acad. Sinica, Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan] I', philippina, P. yamasbiroi, I'. Iwtcmptenm, ami /'. 
auratiobsdatus. 

95-008388 Eilner, Blaise J. SY5TEMATICS OH THE GENUS ALOPIAS (LAMNIFORMES: ALOI'IIDAE) WITH 
EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF AN UNRECOGNIZED SPECIES. American llasmolwnnch SnclKly 
Symposium on Efasmobranch Genetics. Papers From I/ie tune 1992 Symposium. Donald C. liiith, coordinator. 
Cope/a 1995{3):562-57I. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(NMFS, NCAA, Southwest Fish. Sd. Cent., P.O. Box 271, La Jolla, CA 9203U-0271I A. /?/;IH/CI<S, A. 
superdliosus, and A. vulpinus. 

95.00B3S9 Fedorov, V. V. LYCENCHELYS PARINI SP. NOVA (PERCIFORMES: 2OARCIDAE) FROM Tlir. 
DATHYAL REGION OF THE KURIL-KAMCHATKA TRENCH./. Iclithyot. 35(4): 130- 1 34. I99!i. FR 40(4) 
(Zool. Ins!., Russian Acacl. Sci., St. Petersburg, Russia) 

95-008390 Fedorov, V. V. LYCENCHELYS REMISSARIA SP. NOVA (PERCIFORMES: ZOARCIDAE) FROM Tl IL 
BATHYAL REGION OF THE PACIFIC OCEAN SHORES OF JAPAN. /. Ichthynl. 35(4): 1 35- 1 .19. I !)<)5. 1'R 40(4) 
[Zool. Irist., Russian Acad, Sci,, St. Petersburg, Russia] 

95-00839) Gilmorc, R. Grant. ENVIRONMENTAL AND HIOGEOGRAPHIC FACTORS INFIUENCING 
ICHTHYOFAUNAL DIVERSITY: INDIAN RIVER LAGOON. Biodiversity nf tlw Indi.w River iagittm: A Omfivwico 
Held in Fort Pierce, Florida, Febmaty J5-16, 1994. Hilary M. Swain, el at., coordinators. Hull. Mar.Sfi. fi7(l):l, r i'l-170, 
1995, FR 40(4) 

[Harbor Branch Oceanogr. Inst., 5600 U.S. Hwy, I N,, Fort Pierce, H. 34946] Data for 'J0> spcclos in Florida. 

95-008392 Groves, Colin P. ON THE NOMENCLATURE OF DOMESTIC ANIMAI S. Hull. /ool. Nomi-irr/, 
52(2):13M41. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Archacol. & Aiithropol., Australian Natl, Univ., Canberra, A.C.T. 0200, Auslralla| Canmitta and ('. 
auralus. 

95-008393 Hansscns, Mark M.; Guy G. Teugtils and Dirk l : . E. Tliys Van Di>n Audonacrdc SUItSI'I'CII S IN 
THE POLYPTERUS PAI.MAS COMPLEX, {IWACHIOPTERYGII; I'OI.YPTERIDAE) FROM WIST AND (TNTRAl 
AFRICA, Cope/a I995(3):694-705. 1995. FR 40(4) 

iTcugels: Lab. Ichtliyol,, Mus. Royal Afrlque Cunt., H-3080 Tcivuntn, l)i;lt<inni| 

95'OOB394 Herman, J.; M, Hovesladt-Eulcr and D, C. I lovesladt. CONTRIIH IT IONS T( > T I II' STl (I )Y Ol I'l II 
COMPARATIVE MORPHOLOGY OF TEETH AND OTHER Kill liVANT ICHTHYODORUHirS IN IIVINC 
SUPRA-SPECIFIC TAXA OF CHONDRICHTHYAN FISHES. ADDENDUM TO I'ART A NO' 1- ORDIH* 
HCXANCHIFORMES - FAMILY: HEXANCHIDAE. ODONTOI.OGICAI. RESULTS SI l|'l>< )R MN( ; 1 1 IF VAI II ) IV 
OF HEXANCHUS VIYUWS SPRINGER & WALLER, 1 969 AS Tl IE Tl IIRD SPL( ::s f )F THE ( II NUS I II AV\N< V (A 
RAFINESQUE, 1810, AND SUGGESTING INTRAFAMILIAL REORDERINt I C )F Tl IE I ll'XANf 'I Ml )AI Hull /mi 
R. Set. Nat fata. Biol. Vol. M.p. 147-163. 1994. In English wilh Fmnch ,ind German Minim IK ,n>(.|}" ' 

JServ. Ceol. Bdglque, Rue Jcnnor 1 3, IM 040 Brussels, Dnlginin] ( I. nnkiumir.ii. 1 1. KHM-HV, / h.,tn.tm Hi* / 1 
pcrio, Woioryncfiui, and N, cepedtantm, 

95-008395 Herman, J.; M. Hovestadl-Eulcr; D. C. Hovusladt and M. Slithmann. CONIRimnit INS l( J M I 
STUDY OF THE COMPARATIVE MORPHOLOGY OF TEETI I AND OTI IER Rfl I VANH ' I YUK )l U I 



TIJYANFISHr:SJ'ARTH:l(AT()M)RH 

RAJIFORMES - SUBORDER RAJOIDEI - FAMILY: RAJIDAE - GENERA AND S IK N?RA AW U W / A 
(SCHRQEDEROMTIS), ANACANTHQIIAtlS (SI'KINC.F.RtA), tlRWIRAIA iW IY M/|7 > Ul / 

(CURCEW^ 

Be!$. Bid. Vol. G4. p. 1 65-207. 1 994. In English wllli Fmnch and Gorman summ. FR 40)4) 
|Serv. Geol. Rfilglque, Rue Jcnncr 13, B-1040 Brussiils, DiHiiiuni] Dala for M'VOII ^, w ,\. 



95-008396 InlcmalEonal Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. OPINION Ifin- Atl*iii* MIIIIIU w 
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95-008397 Kim, Ik-Soo and Youn Choi. A TAXONOMIC REVISION OF THE FAMILY CYNOGLOSSIDJ" 
(PISCES, PLEURONECTIFORMES) FROM KOREA, flu//. Korean Fish. Soc. 27(6):803-813. 1994, In English v-i' 
Korean summ. FR 40(4) 

[Pep. Bio!., Chonbuk Nail. Univ., Chonju 560-756, Korea] Cyrtog/ossus interruplus, C joyneri, C robusltit, \ 
semilaevis, C. abbreviates, C grant's, and Paraplagusia japonica. 

95-008398 Lee, Chung-Lyul and Dong-Soo ]oo. SYNOPSIS OF FAMILY MUGILIDAE (PERCIFORMES) FRO, 
KOREA. Bull. Korean Fish. Soc. 27(6}:81 4-824. 1994. In English with Korean summ. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol., Kunsan Nail. Univ., Kunsan 573-360, Korea) Mugil cephslus, M. japonicus, Liza haematochei 
andi. car/nafa. 

95-008399 lippitsch, E. SCALE AND SQUAMATION CHARACTER POLARITY AND PHYLETIC ASSESSMEt 
IN THE FAMILY CICHUDAE./. Fish Biol 47(1):9M06. 1995. FR 40(4) 
(Sreingrabenweg 26, A-8044 Graz, Austria] Data for 39 species. 

95-008400 Lovejoy, Nathan R. THE SEARCH FOR THE MARINE SISTER GROUP OF THE NEOTROPtG 
FRESHWATER STINGRAYS (POTAMOTRYGONIDAE: RAJIFORMES), M.S. thesis, Univ. Toronto (Canada) 1 23 
1 993. From Masters Abstr. Int. 33(3):84I-B42. 1995. Order No. MAMM92571 . FR 40(4) 
Himanlura, P/es/otrygon, Paratiygon, and Potamotrygon. 

95-008401 tydeard, Charles; Michael C. Wooten and Axel Meyer. MOLECULES, MORPHOLOGY, AND ARI 
CLADOGRAMS: ACLADISTIC AND BIOGEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF CAMBUSIA (TELEOSTEl; POECIUIDA 
Syst. fl;o/.44(2):221-236. 1995.FR40(4) 

[Aqual. Biol. Program, Dep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Ala., Box 070344, Tuscaloosa 3546 
e-mail:clydeard@biology.as.ua.edu] Data for 25 species in the United Slates, Central America, and Ihe Caiibbe; 

9SOOB402 Mabee, Paula M. EVOLUTION OF PIGMENT PATTERN DEVELOPMENT IN CENTRARCH 
FISHES. Cope/a 1 995(3):586-607. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Biol., San Diego Stale Univ., San Diego, CA 921 82-0057] Data for 29 species. 

95-008403 Machordom, A.; I. Doadrio and P. Berrebi. PHYLOGENY AND EVOLUTION OF THE GENI 
BARBUS IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA AS REVEALED BY ALLOZYME ELECTROPHORESIS. }. Fish Bi 
47{2):21 1-236. 1995. FR -40(4) 

[Mus. Nac. Cienc. Nat., ]ose Gutierrez Abascal, 2. 28006 Madrid, Spain] Data for 1 2 species In Europe a 
northern Africa. 

95-008404 Nielsen, Jorgen G. A REVIEW OF THE SPECIES OF THE GENUS NEOBYTH1TES (PJSCI 
OPHIDIIDAE) FROM THE WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN, WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF SEVEN NEW SPECH 
Ichthyol. Bull. J.LB. Smith Inst. Ichthyol. No. 62. 19p. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Zool. Mus., Univ. Copenhagen, Universilelsparken 15, DK 2100 Copenhagen O, Denmarkl Data for 

species. 

95-008405 Dates, David W.; Lisa M. Krings and Karen L. Ditz. FIELD MANUAL FOR THE IDENTIFICATIC 
OF SELECTED NORTH AMERICAN FRESHWATER FISH BY FILLETS AND SCALES. Nebr. Came Parks Com 
Tec/i. Ser. No. 1 9. 180p. 1 993. Available gratis (paper) from Game & Parks Comm., P.O. Box 3037, Llncofn, I 
68503. tel:4 02-47 1-0 641 . FR 40(4) 

[Game & Parks Comm., Lincoln, NE 68503] 

95.008406 Parin, N. V, and O. D. Borodulina. A PRELIMINARY REVIEW OF THE ASTRGNfST/i 
CHRYSOPHEKADION SPECIES COMPLEX ASSIGNED TO THE SUBGENUS STOMIANODON BLEEKCR, Wl 
DESCRIPTION OFA NEW SPECIES.! tchthyol. 35(2):21-39. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Insl. Oceanol., Russian Acad. Sci,, Moscow, Russia] A martens/; A. i>imai, A. luclfer, and A. fedorovt. 

95*08407 Parin, N. V. THREE NEW SPECIES AND NEW RECORDS OF CUTLASS FISHES OF THE GEM 
APmWOWS(TRICHIURIDAEM. khthyol. 35(2):1 28-138. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Inst. Oceanol., Russian Acad. Sci,, Moscow, Russia] Data for seven species. 



ic, VARIATION IN POECtLIA MARCELLINOI N. SP. AND 

5AtWTOfi/S REGAN, 1907 IN EL SALVADOR (PISCES, POECILIIDAE), fl//dr. Dlerkd. 64(4}:239-252. 1 995, 
English with French summ. FR 40(4) 

Netherlands] 1 ' & P PUl ' Bi0 '" eP ' ldUhy '' U " iV ' Amslerd3m ' P '- Box 94766, 1090 GT Amsterda 



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95-OQa<l1 Randall, John E. and John P. Hoover. SCARU5 ZUFAR, A NEW SPECIES OF PARROTFISH FROM 
SOUTHERN OMAN, WITH COMMENTS ON ENDEMISM OF THE AREA. Cope/a 1 995(3}:6fl3-6fl8, + 1 pi. 1 995. 
FR 40(4) 

[Bishop Mus., Box 19000, Honolulu, HI 96817] 5. fuscopurpureus. 

95-0084 1 1 Schluter, Dolph and Laura M. Nagel. PARALLEL SPECIATION BY NATURAL SELECTION. Am. Nat. 
146(2):292-301. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Zool,, Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 124] Gasferosieus aculeaius and 
Ortcorhynchus nerks. 

95-008412 Smith, David G. CATALOG OF TYPE SPECIMENS OF RECENT FISHES IN THE NATIONAL 
MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, 6: ANGUILLIFORMES, 
SACCOPHARYNCIFORMES,ANDNOTACANTHIFORMES(TELEOSTEl:ELOPOMORPHA).Sm/t/ison. Contrib. 
loot No. 566. 50p. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Div, Fish., Dcp. Vertebr. Zool., Natl. Mus. Nat. Hist., Smithsonian Inst., Washington, DC 20560] Data for 
31 7 species. 

95.00841 3 Sodsuk, P. K.; B. ). McAndrew and G. F. Turner. EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS OF THE LAKE 
MALAWI OREOCHROMtS SPECIES: EVIDENCE FROM ALLOZYMES. /. Fish Biol 47(2):32 1-333. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[McAndrew: Inst. Aquacull., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland) 7V/ap/a karongae, T. lidole, 1. 
squamipinnis, J. shirana, and data for six other species in Africa. 

95-008414 Swinney, G, N. CERATIOID ANGLERFISH OF THE FAMILIES GIGANTACTINIDAE AND 
I INOPHRYNIDAE(LOPHIIFORMES, CERATIOIDEA) COLLECTED OFF MADEIRA, INCLUDING TWO SPECIES 
NEW TO THE NORTH-EASTERN ATLANTIC. /. Fish Biol. 47(1 ):39-49. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Nail. Mus. Scotland, Chambers St., Edinburgh EMI 1]F, Scotland] Ciganlacd's io$, Linophryne brevibarbata, 
L coronata, and L racemifera. 

95-008415 Tretnaln, Derek M. and Douglas H. Adams. SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN SPECIES DIVERSITY, 
ABUNDANCE, AND COMPOSITION OF FISH COMMUN ITIES IN THE NORTHERN INDIAN RIVER LAGOON, 
FLORIDA. Biodiversity of the Indian River Lagoon: A Conference Held in Fort Pierce, Florida, February 15-16, J994. 
Hitaiy M. Swain, etat., coordinators. Bull. Mar. Sci. 57(1 ):1 71 -192. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Environ, Prol., Mar. Res. Inst., 1 220 Prospect Ave., Suite 285, Melbourne, FL 32901 . fax:407-9B4-4824] 
Anchoa mitchilli, Floridichthys carpio, Tracbinotus falcalus, Diaptenis auratus, and data for 104 other species. 

95-0084 1 6 Vasll'eva, E. D. SKULL MORPHOLOGY OF ATHERINE FISHES OF THE BLACK SEA, THE SEA OF 
AZOV, AND THE CASPIAN SEA, AND CERTAIN PROBLEMS OFTHESYSTEMATICSOFTHECENUSATHfR/NA 
(ATI-IERINIDAE)./. Ichthyol. 34(9):125-140. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Sci. Res, Zool. Mus,, Moscow Stale Univ., Moscow, Russia] A. boyeri. 

95-008417 VasllVeva, Ye. D. and V. P. Vasll'yev. SYSTEMATICS OF CAUCASIAN FRESHWATER GOBIES 
(GOBIIDAE) IN THE LIGHT OF CONTEMPORARY DATA, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES, 
NEGGOBJUS RHODIONI, SP. NOV. /. Ichthyol. 35(2):1 39-1 57. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Zool, Res. Mus., Moscow Stale Univ., Moscow, Russia] N. constructor and N. cyprius in Russia. 

95-008418 Wisner, Robert L. and Charmion B. McMillan. REVIEW OF NEW WORLD HAGFISHES OF THE 
GENUS MWINE (AGNATHA, MYXINIDAE) WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF NINE NEW SPECIES. U.S. Nail. Mar. Fish. 
Serv, Fish. Bull. 93(3):530-550. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Mar. Blol. Res, Div., 0202 Univ. Calif.-San Diego, La Jolla 92093-0202] Data for 14 species in North America 
and South America. 

PARASITES AND DISEASES-GENERAL 

95-OOB41 9 Barker, G. A. and E. Kehoe. ASSESSMENT OF DISC DIFFUSION METHODS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY 
TESTING OF AEROMONAS SALMONICIDA. Aqusculture 134(1,2):1-B. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[MAFF, Fish Dis. Lab., Barrack Rd., The Nolhe, Weyrnouth, Dorset DT4 8U8, England. lel:0305 206600; fax: 
0305206601] 

95-008420 Beleau, Marshall H, NEOPLASIAS OF CATFISHES. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor. 
p. 531. 1993. FR 40(4) 

[Abbott Lab,, North Chicago, IL] /cla/urus punciatus and Ameiurus. 

95-000421 Beran, George W. and James H. Steele, editors. HANDBOOK OF ZOONOSES SECOND 
EDmON.SECTION ^A; BACTERIAL, RICKEHSIAL, CHIAMYDtAL,ANDMYCOTIC CRCPress nc. 538p. 1994. 
Available at $44.95 (clolh: ISBN 0-8493-3205-2) from CRC Press, Inc., 2000 Corporate Blvd., N.W., Boca Raton, 
f L 33431. tel:800-2 72-7737,' fax:000-374-3401. FR 40(4) 

[Iowa Stale UnEv., Ames 50011) Selected chapter indexed in this Issue of Fisheries Review. 

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9.W3422 Bowser, Paul R. CLINICAL PATHOLOGY OF SALMONID FISHES. In: Fish Medicine. Mich. 

Svtkor-f. eJj.'or p. 327-332. 1993, FR 40(4) 

itJtp Avian & Aqual. Anim. Med, Coll. Vet. Med, Cornell Unfv., Ithaca, NY 148S3J 

r J3M3423 Eusch, R. A. IMMUNIZATION AS A TOOL IN FISH HEALTH MANAGEMENT. Inlatix 
} fir p-zti'jm &n Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Wasiiingtttn, 5ep!& 
4-3, 1991 RijniiilP.HeclrickandlamesR. Winton, organizers, p. N-3, 1994. PR 40(4) 
| Blamed Inc., Ik-llevue, VVA| 

9>008424 Chc-un & Paul.PARASITICDISEASESOFELASMOBRANCHS./n;/ r ;s/iMecy/nne,M/c-/i 1 i!>/KS(oJ, 
ed.Mr p. 782-807. 1993. FR 40(4) 

lOitram Lab. Mar. Sci., New York Aquarium, Zool. Soc., Brooklynl 

95W3425 Cheung, Paul. PARASITIC DISEASES OF MARINE TROPICAL FISHES. In; Fhh MctlMrH!. Mlctti 

5xui.opr, editor, p. 6-J6-658. 1993. FR 40(4) 

[Osbflrn tab. Mar. Sci., New York Aquarium, Zool. Soc, Brooklyn! 

s, M. K.; RJ-J. Pal and P, B. Das. PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON THE CH 

BENGAL. 



f FFECT ' VE f? RMUL ATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SMEI.I.HSM OJSI 
I mer/ia "" a ' s X/"pos/ Um on A,uatfc ^qa u(fc /^n/ma/ Hea/ffi: Program anri 
p W7 M FR) aih ' ng(on ' 5e P |em6er ** M. RoiiaJd ft HecW 
[BaiteBe Mar. Sci. lab,, 1529 W. Sequim 8a V Rd, Sequlm, WA 98382] 

DISEASES OF 



large Anim. Clin. Sci. & Dep. Fish. & Aquacult, Univ. Fla., Gainesville 326 1 1 ] fctoftmis /xi^Mtui. 

' R Xf ! ^ 
i^P- Urge Anim. Clin. Sd & Dep. Fish. & Aquacult, Univ, Fla., Gainesvil| e 3261 1 1 

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95-008437 Heckmann, Richard A. PARASITES OF SALMONID FISHES. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, 

editor, p. 408-128. 1 993. FR 10(4) 

\lzra Taft Benson Agric. & Food Inst., Zool. Dep., Brigham Young Univ., Prove, UT 8-1601 1 

95-008438 Hedrick, Ronald P. and James R. Winlon, organizers. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON 
AQUATIC ANIMAL HEALTH: PROGRAM AND ABSTRACTS. SHERATON HOTEL, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, 
SEPTEMBER 4-8, 1 994. Fish Heallh Sect. Am. Fish. Soc., European Soc. Fish. Pathoi, & lapanese Soc, Fish. Pathol. 
|304p.| 1994, Volume out of print; contact individual authors for reprints. FR 40(4) 
Selected abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-008439 Hill, B. f. EUROPEAN COMMUNITY MEASURES FOR CONTROL OF FISH DISEASES. International 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4-8, 7994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. VI-5. 1 994. FR 40(4) 
(fish Dis. Lab., MAFF, Weymouth, England] 

95-008440 Inchausly, V. H.; R. A. Heckmann and R. Vasquez. FRESHWATER FISH PARASITES OF MAMORE 
RIVER AREA IN BEN1, BOLIVIA. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health; Program and Abstracts. 
S/teralon Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 1-8, J994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers. 
P.W46.4. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Benson Inst., Brigham Young Univ., Provo, UT] Eigenmannia, Gymnolus, Moenkhausia dichroura, Cichlasoma 
, Cichfa, Crenicichla, and Hoplias malabaricus. 



95-008441 Jelmert, A.; O. M. Rodseth and T. van der Meeren. NEPHROCALCINOSIS ASSOCIATED WITFI 
MASS MORTALITY IN CULTURED ATLANTIC HALIBUT, HIPPOGLOSSUS HIPPOCLOSSUS L, LARVAE /, Fish 
Dts. 18(4):365-369. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Inst. Mar. Res,, Austevoll Aquacult, Res. Stn,, N-5392 Storebo, Norway] 

95-008442 JcnMns, ). A. and J. R. Morrison. INDUCTION OF A FEED-RELATED ANEMIA IN CHANNEL 
CATFISH, ICTALURUS PUNCTA1US. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health; Program and Abstracts. 
Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers 
p. P-97. 1994. FR40|4) 

[U.S. Nail. Bior. Surv., Southeast. Fish Cult. Lab., Marion, AL| 

95-008443 Kachowski, A, E.; I, D. Tromitsky and A. ). Moshu. RELATIONS BETWEEN BACTERIAl AND 
PARASITIC INFECTION OF COMMON CARP FRY IN FISH POND. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal 
Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and 
lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-1 1 . 1 994. FR40(4) 

[Fish. Res. Stn.,Teilor sir 4, Klsinev 277043, Moldovia] Cyprinus carpio. 

95-008444 Kennedy-Stoskopf, Suzanne. IMMUNOLOGY. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor. 
p. 149-159, 1993. FR 40(4) 

[Dcp. Microbiol. v Pathol., & Parasitot., Coll. Vet. Med, N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607] 

95-008445 Klontz, G. W. EPIDEMIOLOGY. In; Fish Medicine, Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 210-213. 1 993. 
FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish & Wildl. Resour., Univ. Idaho, Moscow 83843] 

95-OOB44& Klontz, George W, ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL DISEASES OF 
SALMONIDS, In; Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 333-342. 1 993. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Fish & Wildl. Rcsour,, Univ. Idaho, Moscow 83843] 

95-000447 Kuo, T. F.; C. D. Chung and T. L Hsu. [A SURVEY OF PARASITIC DISEASES FROM INFESTED 
AQUARIUM FISHES.] Mem. Coll. Agric. Natl, Taiwan Univ. 34(3}:227-230. 1 994. In Chinese with English summ. 
FR 40(4) 

[Grad. Insl. Vet. Sci., Nail. Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan] 

95-008448 Larenas, J. L,; P, A. Smilh-Schuster; L, H. Garces; C. N. Lannan and ), L. Fryer. I'ISCIRICKETTSIOSIS: 
HISTOPATHOLOGY OF ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) AND COHO SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS 
KISUICH} INOCULATED WITH PISC1RICKZTTSIA SALMONIS. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal 
Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1 994. Ronald P. Hedrick and 
fames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-108. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

(Coif. Vel. Sci,, Univ. Chile, Casilla 2, Correo 15, Santiago, Chile] 

95-008449 May, Eric B. NEOPLASIA IN COLD-WATER MARINE FISHES. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, 
editor, p. 735-736. 1993. FR 40(4) 

[Coll. Vel, Med. v Univ. Md., Baltimore 21 201| Data for 19 species. 

95-008450 May, Eric B. NEOPLASIAS OF MARINE TROPICAL FISHES. In; Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, 
edtetf, p. 659. 1993. FR 40(4) 

[Coll, Vet. Med., Univ. Md., Baltimore 21201] Data for eight species. 

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95-008465 Smsln-Schuster, P. A.; J. R. Conlreras; L. H. Garces; I C 
J. L F,yer. EXPERIMENTAL CHALLENGE OF COHO SALMON (ON 
TROUT VNCORHYNCHUSMWSS) WITH H5CffiOf 77SM SAIMC 

iT l Ji f, . andAhm - S/1 ' Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4& 994 

Hednck and fames R, Wmton, organizers, p. W-17.1. 1994.FR40(4) 
[Coll. Vet. ScL, Univ. Chile, Casilla 2, Correo 1 5, Santiago, Chile] 



SALMONIDS - '"' ' ^<- Mfcfta*/ K. Stoskopf, editor. 
ILJ.S. Fish & Wildl. Sew., Fish Technol. Cent, Bozeman, MT| Oncorhynchus mykiss and Sa/ve/inw namaycush 



[Dep. Palhobiol., Va,Md. Reg. Coll. Vet. Med, VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061 ] P^licbthys dcntatus. 

95-008468 Stoskopf, Michael K. NEOPLASIA OF FRESHWATER TEMPERATF mnF<; i n - n i ^ i- 
Mk)*elK.Stmkopf, editor, p. 309-3 10,1 993, FR 40(4) ' CS ' '" : ''' S/1 Mec/(C " IC ' 

27607] Dnta for 



5 '?- . 8 t5^- ? los !f?P[' ^j 1 " 1 K- ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS OF FRESHWATER TROPICAI FISHES 
: Fish Medians. Mtchati K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 545-553 1 993 FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vet. Med., N.C. Slate Univ Raleigh 2 7607] 






- Colt Vel - Med - 



|Dop. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med, Coll. Vet. Med., N.C. Slate Univ., Raleigh 27607] 



[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med, Coll. Vel. Med., N.C. Slate Univ, Raleifh 27f,07| 

OF COLDri5H K01 ' AND ' 



95.008474 Stoskopf, Michael K. CLINICAL PATHOLOGY OF CARP GOIDFISH 
Micftae/ K. Stoskopt editor, p. 450-453. 1 9'J3 FR 40(4} ' tj LL)nSI '' 

& Spcdal Species Meti " CoN - 



pop. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vet. Mod., N.C. Stale Univ, Ra| L >l K li 276071 



[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vet. Med., N.C. Slate Umv., R ; ,|| M h 2760X| 

95-008177 Sto.skopf, Michael K. SHARK PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXirni nrv i n .rit M r ., . , 
K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 809-816. 1993. FR 40(4) " u ' 1JLULjT A(NIJ '"^'t-OLOOY. In: hsh Medicine. Michael 

fDep. Companion A^im. & Special Species Med,, Coll. Vet. Med., N.C, Slate Univ., Raleigh 27607] 

93-008478 Stoskopf, Michael K. CLINICAL PATHOLOGY OF FRESHWATER TROI'irAi' TKI . , r- . 
Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 543-545 1993 FR 40(4 " aMIWAILK TRO1 1CAL '"'il-IES. /n; f/i 
(Dop. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vet. Med., N.C. Stale Univ, Ral^h 27607] 

lames R. Wirtton, organizers, p, W-23.1 . 1 994. FR 40(4} KO/MM / . / tedm.k and 

[Dep. Popul. Med., Univ. Guelph, Guolph, ON, Canada] 

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95-008494 BertoliniJ. M.; M. I. WliiDnle- 1-1 Wak,nlnn C |,i. v r u/ , i ,, ^ 

Of THE PROTEIN, LIPOPOLYSACCHA RIC^ AND ANTir r^r^?^' S ' R h VeC ' A C MPARISON 
KHCHRQPHILUS ISOLATES i /nteSS C '- |ARACERISTICS OF 



. SAmton Ho(e/, , , ef wo , 

p. W-17.2. 1994. FR 40(4) ^P 1 ^^ W 1934. Ronald P. Hedrick and James R. Winton, 

(Dep. Mlcrobiol., Oreg. Siale Univ., Corvalls 9733 1| 



^^ 

teemed al te | ntem ata/ Coence 'L?e to lr , 'S '"' ^"^ Ais "' 1C ' s 
2M5, JS94.;. M*,Wf. Sev a , compfc f 
,A ta o Che m . cmbti Res. Cen, ion, 



[Icelantflc Fish. Lab., Akureyri, Iceland) ' ' l ' 



(Oep. Mlcrobiol, Univ. Guclph, Guclpli, ON, Canada NIG 2W1) 



AS A ,.oss, BLE CAUSE or 

1 995. Abslracl only. FR 40(4) INGLRLINGS. Croc. /ni. ASXK. Aquat. Amm. M K y. Vol. 26. p. 40. 

Hcal,l, Re, Lab., Na,l. B tol . Sen,., , 700 l**wn Rd. Kearnoysvllle, WV 25430, Oncc rf , /nd ,,, s 

Rlf AMI " CIN 



I0a(7):253.255. 1995. In German wllh English S ,. FR 40(4) 






Mar, Lab, Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Scotland) Salmo salar. 

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^Ln l fr;J;,f,?. wde ^ndA,E. Ellis 



Ab erdeen 
en 



ALON^^S^^S^S;^ 

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"iLijciy TvCl,, tnnis rvIT *iQ79flI Tt* jr 

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ICent ' V -. Lab., Oslo, Nonvwl " "' Wmmt 

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VwSS?CHAluN^ T0 ^ J ^^EIJ 

CHALLENGE. I- AquaLAnlm. Health 7W:\ww. 
R es. Unit, N.M. S(at e Univ B 



88003-nnn, I X'- ierv '' Co P. Fish A un^, 4 U " L ^ m - ""' 7f2):U,a-l71. 

^^^''F UfiCQrhvnrh,,- ..'"Vvild. Rpc ir-j* LI,. ^ 

WL ""/"cnui mykiss u nJt, N.M. Slate (Jnii/ n ^nn 
"5-008509 r u VJ "iv., BOX 30003, Dep. 49OI |,is (Wii 

S^^SSS^^^ 

l's ' Aquacul, , , ^ ft Hed ** aSSS ftT^ and> fafr & Sterata, /fert 
I AquaculL, UmV Srirling, S tHin FKQ , ' rgani2eis - P- W-M.f, 199* 

? S JO Carl,* < , * . 8 FK9 " W ' Sc "andl O,c O ,/,^ 



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ulfS A F~^ -d 5. De Domini, THE 

CONCENTRATION AGAINST FISH VIBWOS FIRCT NOW ?fc i?i ^ ER '^ EN1 ? L VACCINES AT HIGH 
and Italian. FR 40(4) 'HKlLfclb. FIRST NOTC. R,v. ttal. Acquacolt. 30(1 ):39-47. 1995. In English 

[Is.. Superiore Sanita, Lab. Med. Vet, V. ,e Regina Efena 299, 00. 6, Rome, ,,aly] Dicemiaicftus W 

^^ 

[Dap. Biochem., Nottingham Univ. Med Sch., Queen's Med. Con,., Nottingham NG7 2UH, England] 

^^^^^ 

awMteracB.SheramHoteU^ 

organizers, p. P-20. 1994. FR 40(4) <a ieptem&er *8, J994. Ronald P. Hedrlck and James R. Winton, 

[Dep. Vet. Sci, La. State Univ. Agric. Cent., La. Stale Univ., Ba.on Rouge 70803] 

S^ 

mal Health: Program and Abstracts. SAawon Hote/ fcS5? wiS i /nte 1(0 / 5ympos/um on >U,uatfc 



Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. SAawon Hote/ fcS5? wiS i /nte 1(0 / 5 
Hedricktnd lames R. Winton, organizers, p P-31 1994 FR40(4) 8Ml 5e/ " em6er 

|Dep. Vel. Sd, La. State Univ. Agric. Cent, Baton Rouge 70803] fcla/oruspunctoios 

A CLON.NC SVSTBM FOR 

[Dep. Vel. Sci., La. Stale Univ., Baton Rough 70803] fciaftmw punctate. 

^cSuM^ 

Animal Health; Program and /\fi s , ra c(s. 5/wraton Hotel SB^ w?< ? ,' lntBr c n3 " ^ 1 *YPosium on Aquatic 

Herfrfck a ,c/ /ames R. W/nfon, organ/^s p W 2 V 19& FR 40(4^ Se P tem ^ "^ W. KonaM P. 

|Dep, MicrobioL * ParasitoL, Fac. Bio,., Uni, Santiago do Composteia, Santiago de Cbinpo**, Spain] 

^ 
(Danish InsLFish, & Mn, Res., Fish Dis. Lab, Buiowsvoj ,3, DK-1070 Frederiksberg C, Denmark] 

quatic Animal Sv Kommn?Ah ? $ METHODS AND CI-IARACTERS. 



Oenlex denfex fcgrus ma/or, and dala for nine other species. 



S^BKra^^^ and Urisa A. Tord. 

'ROGRFSSION AND COMPARATIVE PATHOLOGY^ Pmc^A^ ON ' NARU A M ; ^ ANALYSIS OF Df-SCASE 
islrnct only. FR 40(4) 'ULUGY. Proc. Int. Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Med. Vol. 26. p. 52. 1 995. 

- Md - R ^ Co". Vet. Mod., VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 2,061 ] 



113 1995 



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BACTERIAL DISEASES (Continued) 

[Nail. Biol. Surv., Pac, Northwest Nal. Sci. Cent,, Seattle WA] 
[Insl. Aquacult., Univ. Stiriing, Stirling, Scotland] 

ra^^wW^^ 

[Prosser: Dep, Mol. & Cell Biol., Univ. Aberdeen, Marischal Coll., Aberdeen AB9 IAS, SurtUulJ 
OT?flCTED iK)TILi AERiSoliVn? *?' *' ^ E , FFECTS F TEMPERA ^ ON VIM IN Nl I f A* I 

sS= 

|Na,l. F,sh Health R es , Lab., Nail. Biol. Surv., 1700 Lee.own Rd., Kearneysvillo, WV] S, . 



- SIGNIFICAN CE OF EARLY, NON-I U 1 1 Al I * ...... < 

^ BROODSTOCK STAHON, ft.,, i ......... , * 

[Nail. F, sh Health Res. Lab., Nail. Biol. Serv., 1 700 Lee.own Rd, Keameywille, WV 2*l;in| s lt ft n ..... -' 



l - Periniston - EPIZOOTIC: or 

l Fish He.! h R^Tvi M 7^", r '"' ^" C ^ qu;tl - Anim - Med - Vo1 - 25. p. 1 2 1 -1 ,. ITU F M 
l. hsh Health R es . Lab., Nail. Biol. Surv,, 1 700 Leetown Rd., Kearneysvillc, WV ^'i.| to) 



rnP " ( 

ACELPu 
IRgueras: 1 M ,. Inves.g. Ma, (CSIQ, Eduardo Cabello 6, 36208 Vigo^SpaLl 



WITH 

H. 



INatL Renders Assoc, 801 N/Falrfax St, Suite 207, Alexandria, VA 223 14] 
S*H^ 

[Cent. Salmon Di, Res , Dep. Microbio,,, Greg. Le UnWtonSb 97331 1 
95-008534 Furuta ! T llriA- if Tm L 

ENZYME-LINKED IMMUNQSnRRFWT 1???^?^,,",^ L Sak 3guchi and H. Wak.ih,. V .H'' INHlJ 
SERUM ANTIBODY i toSS^J ^'^ F R THE DE TECTION OF JAl'ANIM lll^ 

5eat,te, Wuf^^K^ f W.,,,1,,, 

FR40(4) P iem(JeMS ' ' 9M - RM aW/ > .Hedra*and/ am e5R.mnloaof^mv ,. Wf.'. I 



THAJOR ra a ffi E T AN?EN on 'S^^^, n L Gi| P in and Colin Mim. i-i H H u tt 

Aquat. Org. 22(3):227-231 1995 fR^tl) U SALMON1NARUM IN ESCMKtUUA HIM Kl/ 

^ [Munn: D,p. Bio., Sd., Univ. Plymouth, PJymouth PL4 8AA, England] 

PR 5 OTEOL 3 ^ A COMPARISON < .1 S!( K , 

ISOLATED FROM VAREOUS FISh KWrET ^ LAND 2 ? ATYP 'CAL/\fROMOW/\S5A(.M(JWK *I,VM K ; 

S^^S?,'^!^^^^ 



,. Exp. 



FR 40(4) 

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95-008537 Hanson, L. P, and A. ), Ainsworlh. DEVELOPMENT OF EDWARDSIELLA ICTALURt ANTIBODY 
TITERS IN MATURING CHANNEL CATFISH. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and 
Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1 994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R Winton 
oiganizers. p. P-32. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Coll. Vet Med, Miss, State Univ., Mississippi Stale 39762] Ictalurus punctatus. 

95-008538 Hardie, L. ].; A. E. Ellis and C, J. Secombes. IN VITRO ACTIVATION OF RAINBOW TROUT 
MACROPH AGES STIMULATES KILLING OF RENIBACIERIUM SALMONINARUM. International Symposium on 
Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8 1 994 Ronald 
P. Hedfick ana lames R. Winton, organizers, p, W-3.1, 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Zool., Univ. Aberdeen, Tillydrone Ave., Aberdeen AB9 2TN, Scotland] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-006539 Hauck, A. K. BACTERIAL DISEASES OF COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISHES Aquacult MSB. 
21(4):42-S3. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Eagle Fish Health Lab., 1 800 Trout Rd., Eagle, ID 8361 6. tel:208-939-241 3] 

95.008540 HawkeJ.P.PATHOGENESISANDVIRULENCEOFPASTfURftMmC/aD/MNHYBRIDSTRIPED 
BASS (MORONE SAXATIUS X MORONE CHRYSOPS), International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health- 
Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-3, J 994. Ronald P Hedrick and lames 
R. Winton, organizers, p. W-1 1 .6. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

pep. Vet. Microbiol. & Parasitol., Sch. Vet. Med., La. State Univ., Baton Rouge 70803] 

95-008541 Nines, Murray E., II; John M. Kreeger and Alan J. Herron. MYCOBACTER1AL INFECTIONS OF 
ANIMALS: PATHOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS. tab. Anlm. Sci. 45(4):334-351. 1995 FR 40(4) 
[Vet. Dfagn. & Invest. Lab., Univ. Gn., Coll. Vet. Med., Tifton 3 1 793) 

95-008542 Hirono, Ikuo and Takashi Aoki. EXAMINATION BY RANDOM AND SITE-DIRECTED 
MUTAGENESIS OF THE AMINO ACID RESIDUES OF THE AEROMONAS HEMOLYSIN REQUIRED FOR ITS 
HEMOLYTIC ACTIVITY. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton 
Hotel Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R, Winton, organizers p P-22 
1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Lab. Genet. & Biochem., Tokyo Univ. Fish., Konan, Minato, Tokyo 1 08, Japan] 



nMMT.r^'^K, '?' SINGLE D SE AN MULTIPLE DOSE KINETIC PROPERTIES OF 
FLORFENICOL IN ATLANTIC SALMON. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and 
Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994, Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R Winton 
organizers, p. W-23.5. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

(Norwegian Coll. Vet. Med., Oslo, Norway] Sa/mo salar. 

95-008544 Inglis, V.; M. Cafini and T. Yoshlda. TI-IE INTERACTION OF TRIMETHOPRIM AND OUINOLONES 
AGAINST GRAM-NEGATIVE FISH PATHOGENS. I.Appl. Bacteriol. 79(2):135040 1995 FR 40(4) 
[Inst. Aquacult., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-008545 Johnson, Erik L. FIN NECROSIS SOLUTIONS. Trap. Fish Hobbyist 44(1 ):20-22. 1995. FR 40(4) 
Symphysodon. ' ' 

95-00854& Jonsdottir, H.; S. Cudmundsdottlr and S. Helgason. SCREENING FOR RENIOACTERIUM 
S ^?^ RUM ' N RROWN TR UT(WMO TRUTTA) AND ARCTIC CHARR (^VEU^SAuKmM 
TEN LAKES. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel Seattle 
Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P, Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-40. 1994 FR 4014) 
[Inst. Exp. Palhol., Fish Dis. Lab., Keldur, Box 8540, Reykjavik, Iceland] 

95-008547 Jonsdottir, H.; S. Gudmundsdottir and S. Helgason. SCREENING FOR RENIBACTFRIIIM 

f^^? UMIN , BR ? WNTR ^ 

yt\Wyom. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abs^^^ 
Wastmgtoo, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-39 1994 FR 40(4) 
[Inst. Exp. Pathol., Fish Dis. Lab., Keldur, Box 8540, Reykjavik, Iceland] 

?wiVw^ 

IN TJ-IL DESIGN OF FISH VACCINES. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. 

Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers 
p. IM. 1994. FR40(4) 

[Dep. Environ. Sci., Sell. Mar. Sci,, Va. Inst, Mar. Scl,, Coll. William & Mary, Gloucester Point 23 1 85| 

95-008549 Karunasagar, I.; S. Otta and I. Karunasagar. EFFECT OF ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT ON 
IMMUNOLOGICAL RESPONSE OF LABEO ROHITA TO AEROMONAS HYDROPHILA VACCINE. International 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4'B, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-77. 1994. FR 40 4) 
[Dep. Fish. Microbiol., Univ. Agric. Scl,, Coll. Fish., Mangalore-575 002, India] 



1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

f T ^ D ' s ^ ES( c ontinuetl) 

sis 
c. ssrr ? ^^r M/as * s '"' ^~,; 



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'<nposinvn<jfM<j[j,i! i, -,. 

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55-008552 



BACTERIAL DISEASES PROM INI 1.1 TII5U 
U94. lnChrnBsewHM:ii K tn| Ml ,-,-.. 



(Fish Dfs. Lab., Fac.Agric K * 3 (2 ' :I21 "' 22i 199S - '" EiigWsh wiih I^MnlJ 

^^^SfjfS^"^ 

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95-008556 Levine R 

r. S.n, S.anford Univ P T 

' CC 



^ils^ssi^ 

2!^^^S^ K "^^ ^'^ A* 

FR /Si S/lf " Ston ' ^MU^STS ? ^ ua(fc A ^lHeTh P^ ROMONAS MtMOW/OM SSK 

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^^S^'-S^ 83 ^^,^ , DETECT ' 0^ ^Pio^nc 



ID 

1 ^-'ewBoinswkk r ' 
95-008560 Magarin 



116 

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BACTERIAL DISEASES (Continued) 

95-008561 Marsden, M. j. and C. J. Secombes. ANTIGEN SPECIFIC IMMUNE RFSPONSF'; 
TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS, IMMUNISED WITH AN AROMAJIC MUTANT OF nu 
SALMOWClDfl (ORIVAX) AS A LIVE VACCINE FOR FURIJNn nrSii in. r , c OF . AER MONAS 

"e^^ 

Hectrick antl James R. Wtnlon, organizers, p. W-24.3. 1994. FR 40(4) J^itmui.r its, uji. Ronald f. 

(Pep. Zool., Univ. Aberdeen, Tillydrone Ave., Aberdeen AB9 2TN, Scotland] 



95-QOB562 Marlinsen, B. and T. E. l-lorsberg. ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES AND 

PROPERTIES OF OXYTETRACYCLINE, SULFADIAZINEARIMETHOPmM ENRO?LOXAn m i 

FLUMEQUINE AND OXOLINIC ACID IN ATLANTIC SALMON SALMO MMRMni^S'c "' 

2^;^^^ 

P. Hecinck and lames R. Wimon, oranizers, - -P'"utr i a, tjJi. Konald 



. Wimon, organizers, p. P-87 1994 FR 40(4) 
fNonvegian Coll. Vet. Med., P.O. Box 81 46 Dep., N-0033 Oslo, Norway] 



^ 

|Dep. fish Palhol., INRA, Jou/-en-Josas, France] Oncorliyncinis mykiss. ' 



c 'NTRAPERITONEAL INJECTION OF 

(Dep. Immunoprophylnxrs, Com. Vet. Lab., Oslo, Norway) Salmo salar 

s^ <*< 

[Aok,: Tokyo Un.v. F.sh,, Dep. Aqua.. Biosci., Lab. Genet. & Blochcm.! Konan, Mlnato Tokyo 108, Japan] 
95-008566 Moffitl, Christine M. and Alf H. Hnukenes. FIELD TRIALS OF FRYTI-IRDMVriM rrrn A nr.iT,r 

^=S=K^^^ 

R. Wimon, organizers, p. P-86. 1994. FR 40(4) hlun ' ae PW"W?f4^ (994. Ronald P. htedrick andfrmes 

[Dep. Tish & Wildl. Resour,, Univ. Idaho, Moscow 83844-1 1 36] 

|Dcp. Fish & Wildl. Resour., Univ. Idaho, Moscow 83844-1 136] Oncorf.ynctas Btawyucta 



. , organizers, p. W-3.2. 1994 FR40(4) ^^luiiotf / e, UJi. KonaKl I. 

[Nail, Res. lust. Aquacull., Tamakl, Mie 51 9-04, Japan] Oncorfjynchus mykiss 



c 

[Dep. Vfil. Scf,, La. Slate Univ. Agric. Cent., Baton Rouge 70803) 





R. wmton, oranizers, , P-26 >'-'-" n^miu / . / ICOTICK ano /anies 



mton, organizers, p, P-26. 1 994. FR 40(4) 
|Fish DJs. Lab,, Dep. Aquacult., Kochi Univ., Nankoku, Kochi 783, Japan] 



[Dep. Mlcroblol., Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada N1 C 2W1 ) 



1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

fWCTt RIAL DISEASES (Conlinued) 

'/: ",<) i5 71 Na-N'akorn, Uthairal; Somchai Chantsawang and Wit Tarndialanukit. RESPONSE TO 
SEI ECTION FOR DISEASE RESISTANCE IN WALKING CATFISH, CMRMS MACROCfPHALUS 1 Awl Aa 
4|4]65-73 1994. FR 40(4) '^ * 

jl)> Aquaculi,Fac. Fish., Kasetsart Univ., Bangkok 10900, Thailand) 

9.W45 7 j Noga, Edward J. BACTERIAL DISEASES OF TEMPERATE FRESHWATER AND ESTUARINE Fl 
(.1 ftih U^J ar.c \Hchael H Stoskopf, editor, p. 269-2 78. 1 993, FR 40(4} 

[Coll Vci. Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607| Dala far 33 species in North America. 

( h.-(,";3)7-) N'oonan, Brian and Trevor J. Trust. CHARACTERIZATION OF AN AEROMONAS SAL, 
MUrANTrtlTH ALTERED SURFACE MORPHOLOGY AND INCREASED SYSTEMIC VIRULENCU. I 1 , 
's 'if I'j'V 1 ' 1 ' ; ?o 3 !j C j"T a ' Hea ' (/1; p/ 8 f f m anc/ -^fas'racfs. 5/ieralon Hole/, Seattfe, Washington, 



- ' 

ednck and lames HWinton, organizers, p. P-21. 1994 FR 40(4) 

iS - Nelwork ' Univ - Viclo a . Vicloria, HC, Canada 

and E ' S ' Brokken - CLINICAL EXPERIENCE \ 






^ WrRO ANTIMICROBrAL ACTIVITY 

^ 6 ^'SuSST W1 TRIME F1RIM ACA ' 



r^^^ JWD ASSOCIATED MOTILE AEROMONAO: 

FR 40141 ' ' NUi Um COMMUNIS L Mysore /. Agric. Sri 28(4):377. 1 994. Abstracl c 

ep. Fish Bid., Mangakwe-575 002, India] 

AGAINST 



P 
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= ^ - -v^,,^.^,^,^^^ 

'i-WttSSj MufrJ) J A andr A . 

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95-008584 Reed, Peggy; Penny Gibbs; Emmett Shells and Ruth Francis-Floyd AN UNIDENTIFIED 
MYCOPLASMATALES FROM CAME FISH IN FLORIDA. Pmc. Int. Assoc. Actual Anim Med Vol 25 n 105 
1994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) ' ' ' ' ' ' 

[Coll. Vet. Med., Univ. Fla., Gainesville 32601 ] Micropterus salmoides. 

95-008585 Robertson, P. A. W. artd B. Austin. DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH CYPR1NIDS IMPORTED INTO 
THE UNITED KINGDOM. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts Sheraton 
Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-B, 1 994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, oraanizers p W-1 7 6 
1 994. FR 40(4) ,(-.. 

[Dep. Biol. Sci., Heriot-Watt Univ., Riccarlon, Edinburgh EH1 4 4AS, Scotland] Carassius auralus and Cyprinus 
carp/o. 

95-008586 Romalde, J. L.; B. Magarlnos; S. Nunez; A. Silva; f. L. Barja and A. E. Toranzo. ASSESSMENT OF 
BfONOR MONO-KITS FOR DIAGNOSIS OF BACTERIAL FISH DISEASES. International Symposium on Aquatic 
Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994 Ronald P 
Hctltick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-9. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Microbiol, & Parasilol., Fac. Biol., Univ. Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Composteln 15706 
Spain] ' 

95-0085&7 Sakai, M.; T. Yoshida and M. Kobayashl. ACTIVIATION OF RAINBOWTROUT ONCORHYNCHUS 
MYKISS, PHAGOCYTIC CELLS BY ADMINISTRATION OF BOVINE LACTOFERRIN. International Symposium on 
Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1 994 Ronald 
P. Hedrick and fames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-78. 1 99-1. FR 40(4) 
[Fiic, Agric., Mlyazaki Univ., Miyazaki 889-21, Japan] 

95-008588 Salonius, K. and S. C. Griffiths. DETERMINATION OF CELL SURFACE, VIRUIENCY AND 
BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF VIBRIO SALMONICIDA FROM THE BAY OF FUNDY 'international 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington September 
4-B, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-5.3. 1994 FR 40(4) 
[Aqua Health Ltd., Charlottetown, PI, Canada C1 E 1 BO] 

95-008589 Santos, Y,; I. Bandln; F. Pazos; A; M. Skarmela and A. E. Toranzo. IMMUNOIOGICAL 
CHARACTERIZATION OF EXTRACELLULAR PRODUCTS AND CELL SURFACE COMPONENTS OF ^VIBRIO 
ANGUltlARUM. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program ami Abstracts Sheraton Hotel 
Seattle, Washington. September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P, Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-27. 1 994' 

|Dep. MicroLiol. & Parasilol., Fac. Biol., Univ. Santiago do Compostela, Santiago de Composlela, Spain) 
5-008590 Scnson, P. and R. M. W. Stevenson. SURFACE COMPARISONS OF TWO STRAINS OF THE FISH 
PATHOGEN RENIBACURIUM SAIMONINARUM. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health- Proi-ram 
and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington. September 4-li, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R Winton 
organizers, p. W-1 4.3. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Microbiol., Univ. Guclph, Guclph, ON, Canada N1C 2W1 ] 



, ,- ? holls ' EmmGtt R " )r ' ' lncl Thot s G. Nemetz. SELECTED BACTERIAL DISEASES OF SAI MONIDS 
In: fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 36-1-372. 199'i FR 40(4) 
|Colr. Vet. Med., Univ. C,i., Athens 30601 1 



?SE?r -SSSlr^fSa , A o' N ^ CTI ? US AND ZOONOTIC IMPLICATIONS OF MYCOBACTCRIOSIS IN 
SPAWNING TROPICAL FISH, Proc. Int. Assoc. Aqual, Anim. Med. Vol. 26. p. 41. 1995, Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
|Dcp. Blomcd. Sci. & PalhobioL, Va.-Md. Reg. Coll. Vet. Med., VPI&5U, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0442] 

"S??3? S rum ' Unn and " orro Robl!rtsen - CHEMICAL AND IMMUNOGENIC PROPERTIES OF A 
POLYSACCHARIDE FROM TI-IE CELL WALL OF RENIBAOERIUM SALMONINARUM. International SympoLm 
on Aquatic Animal Heath: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Wasltlngttm, September 4-li, 1 9'M 
Konafof l*. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-14.1. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Mar. Biochom., Norwegian Coll. Fish. Sci., Univ. Tromso, N-9037 Tromso, Norway] Salmo salar in 



95-008594 Stanley, L. A.; S. S. Hayasaka and T. E. Schwedler. EFFECTS OF THE IMM 
EOWMSODIA -TURBINATA EXTRACT ON EDWARDSIU.IA ICTALURI INFECTION ^OF S 
Aquat /1mm. Heiifth7(2):141-146. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Hayasaka: Dep. Microbiol., Clomson Univ., Clemson, SC 29634-1 909| /c(a/uis tmnctatus. 



raW) 119 1995 



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BACTERIAL DISEASES (Continued) 

95-008572 Na-Nakorn, Ulhairat; Somchai Chantsawang and Wit Tarnchalanukit. RESPONSE TO MASS 
SELECTION FORDI5EASE RESISTANCE IN WALKING CATFISH, CtARIASMACROCEPHALUS.1 Appt AqtiKiA 
4(4):65-73. 1994. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Aquacult., Fac. Fish., Kaselsart Univ., Bangkok 1 0900, Thailand] 

95-006573 Noga, Edward ). BACTERIA1 DISEASES OFTEMPERATE FRESHWATER AND ESTUARINC FISHES 
In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopl, editor, p. 269-278. 1993. FR 40(4} 

|Cotl. Vet. Med, N.C. S(ale Univ., Raleigh 27607[ Data for 33 species in North America. 

9S-008574 Noonan, Brian and Trevor J. Trust. CHARACTERIZATION OF AN AEROMONAS SALMONtCI&A 
MUTANT WITH ALTERED SURFACE MORPHOLOGY AND INCREASED SYSTEMIC VIRULENCE, fmemafatf 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick ami lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-2 1 . 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biochem. & Microbiol. & Canadian Bacterial Dis, Network, Univ. Victoria, Victoria, BC, Can.i(to VfiW 
3P6] Oncorfiyncnus mykiss. 

95-008575 Noidmo, R., K, J. Varmaj 1. H. Sutherland and E. S. Brokken. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WITH 
FLORFENICOL FOR THE TREATMENT Of FURUNCULOSIS IN ATLANTIC SALMON SALMO SALAR L, IN 
NORWAY. Inlernai/onal Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hold, Seajite, 
Washington, September 43, 199-1. Ronald P. Hedrick and James R. Winton, organizers. p. W-23.4, I994.FR41)|4| 
[VESO Vikan AkvaVer, Alhusstrand, Norway] 

95-008576 Onarheim, Anne Mette; Ra&nhitd Wiik and Erko Slackebrandt. THE COLD WATER VIBRIOSIS 
BACTERIUM VIBRIO SALMONIODA AS PART OF THE INDIGENOUS GUT FLORA. International Symposium 
on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September >\-B, IWi 
Ranald P. Hedrick and fames R. Winton, organizers, p, W-5.4, 1 994. FR 40(4) 

95-OOB577 Oppegaard, H.; H. Sorum and K. Gravningen. IN VITRO ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF 
SULPHACHLORPYRIDAZINE AND SULPHADIAZINE IN COMBINATION WITH TRIMETHOPRIM AGAINST 
BACTERIAL FISH PATHOGENS J. FrV>D/5. 18(4):371-376. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Norwegian Coll. Vet. Med, Dep. Pharmacol., Microbiol. & Food Hygiene, P.O. Box 8146 Dcp., 0033 Oslo, 
Norway) Sslmosalar. 

95-00857B Pai, Raghuvendra, PATHOCENICITV OF FISH POND ASSOCIATED MOTILE AEROMONADS IN 
THE COMMON CARP, OTRINUS CARPIO COMMUNIS L Mysore/. Agric. Scl. 2B(4):377. 1 994. Abstract only 
FR40(4) ' 

[Dep. Rsh Biol., Mangalore-575 002, India) 

95-008579 Palm, R. C, )r.; M. L Landfill and R. A, Busch. SPECIFIC HUMORAL RESPONSE OF RAINBOW 
TROUT TO INJECTION, IMMERSION, AND ORAL IMMUNIZATION AGAINST VIBRIO ANGU1I.IAHW. 
International Symposium on Aqoalic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, 
September 4-8, 199-1. Ronald P. Hedrick and /ames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-24.1 1994. PR 40(4) 
(Sch. Fish., Univ. Wash., Seattle 98195) Oncothynchus myktss. 

95-OOB5BO Paripatananont, Tippawan and Richard T. Lovell. RESPONSES OF CHANNEL CATFISH TEO 
ORGAN 1C AND INORGANIC SOURCESOFZINCTODMMRD5/aM/CTAtl7W CHALLENGE./ Aqual.Awn 
Health 7(2):1 47-1 54. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Lovell: Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacull., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849] Ictalunu punctatus. 



R ' ' and ' E ' On 8 erlh ' ASSESSMENT OF THE VIABILITY OF RENIRACltRWt 
uMr. FLOW CYT WETRY USING PROPIDIUM IODIDE IN TWO-COLOR 

MMUHWLUUR&CEttCUnternationat Symposium on Aquatic Animal He^ 

1994 FRft^ SepIemfaer-H 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winlon, otganizers. p. W-1-1,5. 

[Natl. Biol. Suw, Pac. Norlhweit Nat. Scl. Cent, Seattle, WA] 

1 T 3 '" 6 " and f ' L Ursen - ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE OF VIBRIO ANGUtUARUU, 
MD CONTENTS - Acla Vt * **>"- WK***. 1 - In 



t ' WiCr0bit>l " ^ Rsl1 Dis " R V al Vet - & A S ric - Univ., Bulowsvej 13, DK-1870 



f mcr^. Sl i emal!er - EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE, SALT CONCENTRATION AND 
?^ * TE7 )NS 2 F DWAfiDS ' EtW 'CWIUW. International Symposium on Aquft 
^KT^^^ Shtatan Hotel ' 5ea " /e ' ^sh/ngton, September 4-ft 1094. Ronald P. 
ames R. mnlon.o^anizers. p.W-11 4 1994 FR40(4) 
[Dep. Fish & Allied Aquacuit., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36B30] Ictalurus punctatus. 



FR40(4) 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

BACTERIAL DISEASES (Continued) 

95-00&584 Reed, Peggy; Penny Gibbs; Emmell Shotts and Ruth Francis-Floyd. AN UNIDENTIFIED 
MYCGPLASMATALES FROM GAME FISH IN FLORIDA. Proc, InL Assac. Aquat. Anim. Med, Vol. 25. p. 105. 
1 994. Abstracl only, FR 40(4) 

(Coll. Vet. Met!., Univ. Fla., Gainesville 32601 ] Micropterus salmoides. 

95-008585 RobeMson, P. A. W. an'd B. Austin. DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH CYPRINIDS IMPORTED INTO 
THE UNITED KINGDOM. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton 
Hotel Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, ) 994. Ronald P. Hedrick and tames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-1 7,6. 
1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Biol. Sci., Heriot-Watt Univ., Riccarlon, Edinburgh EH 14 4AS, Scotland! Carass/us auratus and Cyprinus 
carpio. 

95-OQ85S6 Romalde, ). L; B. Magarinos; S. Nunez; A, Silva; ]. L. Barja and A. E. Toranzo, ASSESSMENT OF 
BIONOR MONO-KITS FOR DIAGNOSIS OF BACTERIAL FISH DISEASES. International Symposium on Aquatic 
Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, J994. Ronald P. 
Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-9. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Microbiol. & Parasitol., Fac. Biol., Univ. Santiago de Compostela, Santiago dc Compostela 15706, 
Spain] 

95-008567 Sakai, M.;T. Yoshida and M. Kobayashl. ACTIVIATION OF RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS 
MYKISS, PHACOCVTIC CELLS BY ADMINISTRATION OF BOVINE LACTOFERRIN. International Symposium on 
Aquatic Animai Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald 
P. Hedrick and lames R. VWnlon, organizers, p. P-78. 1 994, FR 40(4) 
[Fac. Agric, Miyazaki Univ., Miyazaki 889-21, japan] 

95-008588 Salonius, K. and S. G. Griffiths. DETERMINATION OF CELL SURFACE, VIRULENCY AND 
BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF VIBRIO SAI.MONIODA FROM THE BAY OF FUNDY. International 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4-8, }994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p, W-5.3. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Aqua Health Ltd., Chatlottelown, PI, Canada C1 E 1 BO] 

95-008589 Santos, Y.; I. Bandin; F. Pazos; A'. M. Skarrnela and A, E, Toranzo. IMMUNOLOGICAL 
CHARACTERIZATION OF EXTRACELLULAR PRODUCTS AND CELL SURFACE COMPONENTS OF VIBRIO 
ANGUiLLARUM, International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, 
Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, )994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-27, 1994. 
FR 40{4J 

[Dep. Microbiol. & Parasitol., Fac. Biol., Univ. Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain] 

95-008590 Senson, P. and R. M. W. Stevenson. SURFACE COMPARISONS OF TWO STRAINS OF THE FISFI 
PATHOGEN RENIBACfERIUM SALMONINARUM. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health; Program 
and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, 
organizers, p, W-1 4.3. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Mfcrobiol., Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada N1G 2W1 1 

95-008591 Sholts, Emmett B., Jr. and Thomas G. Ncmetz. SELECTED BACTERIAL DISEASES OF SALMONIDS. 
to: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 364-372. 1 993. FR 40(4) 
[Col Vcl. Med., Univ. Ga., Athens 30601] 

95-008592 Smith, Stephen A. INFECTIOUS AND ZOONOTIC IMPLICATIONS OF MYCOBACTERIOSIS IN 
SPAWNING TROPICAL FISH. Proc. Ini Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Mcd. Vol. 26. p, 41. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Biomed. Sci. & Palhobiol., Va.-Md. Reg. Coll, Vet. Med., VI'I&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0442] 

95-008593 Sorum, Unn and Borre Robertsen. CHEMICAL AND 1MMUNOGENIC PROPERTIES OF A 
POLYSACCHARIDE FROM THE CELL WALL OF RENIliACTERIUM SALMONINARUM. International Symposium 
on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1 994. 
Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-1 4.1 . 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Mar. Biochem,, Norwegian Coll. Fish. Sci., Univ. Tromso, N-9037 Tromso, Norway] Salmo salar in 
Norway. 

95-008594 Stanley, L. A.; S. S. Hayasaka and T. E. Schwedler. EFFECTS OF THE IMMUNOMODULATOR 
ECTCtNASODIA JURBINAJA EXTRACT ON EDWARDSIELLA ICTALURI INFECTION OF CFIANNEL CATFISH. /. 
Aquat. Anim. Health 7(2):141-146. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Hayasaka: Dep. Microbiol., Clernson Univ., Clcmson, SC 29634-1 909] Ictalurus punctatus. 



FR 40(4) 1 1 9 



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BACTERIAL DISEASES (Continued) 

95-QOB595 Steine, N. 0.; C. O. Melingen; H. I. Wergeland; P. Lovik and T. Maroy. ANTIBODY LEVELS 
AGAINST VIBRIO SALMONICIDA IPS IN ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR L), VACCINATED AF 
DIFFERENT TIMES, BEFORE AND DURING SMOLTIFICATION. International Symposium on Aquatic Animit 
Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1 994. Ronald P. Hcdrick and 
lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-112. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish. & Mar. Biol., Univ. Bergen, Bergen High Technol. Cent., N-5020 Bergen, Norway] 

95-008596 Stevenson, R. M. W.; K. McAllister and P. Sensor.. EPIDEMIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS OF 
?H\Gt-TYP\NGO?AEROMONAS SALMONICIDA. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health.- Program 
and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R- Winton, 
organizers, p. W-2.2. 1994. FR4C(4( 

JDep. Microbiol., Univ. Guetph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1 ] 

95-OOB597 ' Sloskopf, Michael K. BACTERIAL DISEASES OF GOLDFISH, KOI, AND CARP, In: Fish Modicnw 
Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 473-475. 1 993. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Mecl., Coll. Vet. Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607] drassfoj 
auratus and Cyprinus carpio. 

95-008598 Sloskopf, Michael K. BACTERIAL DISEASES OF SHARKS. In; Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, 
editor, p. 774-776. 1993. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Mod., Coll. Vel. Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607] 

95-003599 Stoskopf, Michael K. BACTERIAL DISEASES OF MARINE TROPICAL FISHES. In: Fish Meihcinf. 
Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 635-639. 1993. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med, Coll. Vet, Med., N.C. State Univ., Raleigh 27607) 

95-008600 Sloskopf,MichaelK.BACTERIALDISEASESOFFRESHWATER TROPICAL FISHES, to: fldi Medicine. 
Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 559-563. 1 993. FR 40(4} 

[Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med., Coll. Vel. Med., N.C. Slate Univ., Raleigh 27<>07| 

95-008601 Suzuki, S.; K. Kuroe and R. Kusuda. DIFFERENTIAL PROPERTIES OF PORIN LIKE-MAJOR OU11R 
MEMBRANE PROTEIN OF LIS7ONELIA ANCUILLARA AND OTHER BACTERIA. International Symposium on 
Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. fioitald 
P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-S.S. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

(Fish Dis. Lab., Dep. AquaculL, Kochi Univ., Nankoku, Kochi 783, Japan] 

95-008602 Taylor, P. W. COMPARISON OF THREE BIOCHEMICAL TEST SYSTEMS USED FOR THE 
PHENpTYPIC IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIAL PATHOGENS FROM CATFISH. International Symposium or\ 
Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hole!, Seattle, Washington, September 4-&, 1 994. Konaki 
P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-10, 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Southeast. Fish. Cult, Lab., Nail. Biol. Surv., Marion, AL] 

95-008603 Terland, R. and O. Evensen. SENSITIVITY AND EFFICIENCY EVALUATIONS FOK THE 
IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION OF RENIBACTERIUM SALMONINAKUM IN 
PARAFFIN-EMBEDDED TISSUES OF ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR L). International Symposium on 
Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1 99'}. Konj,U 
P. Hedrick and James R. Winton, organizers, p. P-37. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Cenl. Vet. Lab., Dep. Palhol., P.O, box 81 56 Dep., N-0033 Oslo, Norway] 

95-008604 Thomas, Stephen R. and Trevor). Trust. CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF THE S-LAYER I'ROTEIN 
OF AEROMONAS HYDROPHILA. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and AhsttMtt. 
Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington September 4-S, 1994. Ronald /'. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, arganizcn 
p.P-25.1994.FR40(4) 

95-008605 Thornton, Julian C. and William W. Kay. THE DEVELOPMENT OF LIVE VACCINES FOR 
FURUNCULOSIS LACKING THE A-LAYER AND 0-ANTICEN OF AEROMONAS SALMONICIDA. /ntanadomf 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and james R, Winlon, organizers, p. P-23, 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Micrologix Biotech Inc., Victoria, BC, Canadaf Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-008606 Thujie, R, L; L. A. Stanley and M. P. Pena. KINETICS OF ANTIBODY PRODUCTION IN CHANNEL 
CATFISH EXPOSED TO AN EDWARDSIELIA ICTAIURI BACTCRIN DELIVERED BY IMMERSION, 
IMMERSION/ORAL COMBINATION, AND INJEOTON METHODS. hfemaf/ona/Sympos/um on A^iwl/oVifrra) 1 
Health; Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, } 994. Ronald P. Ilctliick and 
lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-21,6. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Oep. Vel. ScL, La, Stale Univ. Agric. Cent., Baton Rouge 70803] Ictalurus punctatus. 

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95-008607 Thune, Ronald L. BACTERIAL DISEASES OF CATFISHES. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K Stoskoof 

editor, p. 511-520. 1993. FR 40(4) ' p ' 

|Dep. Vet. Microbiol. & Parasilol,, La. State Univ. School Vel. Med., Baton Rouge 70803] Ictalurus punctatut. 

95<KJ860S Tiainen, T.; J. L. Larsen and S. Pelkonen. CHARACTERIZATION OF VIBRIO ANCUILLARUM 
STRAINS ISOLATED FROM DISEASED FISH IN FINLAND. Ada Vet. Scand. 35<4):355-362. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Royal Vel. & Agcic. Univ., Dep. Vet. Microbiol., Lab. Fish Dis., Buelowsvej 13, DK-1870 Frederiksberc C 
Denmark] 

95-008609 Toranzo, A. E.; S. Devesa; (. L. Romalde; J. Lamas; A. Riaza; ). Leiro and I L Baria EFFICACY OF 
INTRAPERITONEAL AND IMMERSION VACCINATION AGAINST ENTEROCOCCUS SP INFECTION IN 
rURBOT./\fruacu/lure134(1,2):1 7-27. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Microbiol. & ParsitoL, Fac. Biol., Univ. Santiago de Composlela, Santiago de Compostela 1 5706 Spain! 
Scophlhatmus rnaximus. ' 

95-00861 G Trust, Trevor ). MOLECULAR APPROACHES TO AF.ROMONAS SALMONICIDA AND THE 
DISEASES nCMJSES. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts Sheraton Hotel 
Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winlon, organizers, p. 111-2, 1994^ 

(Dep. Biochem. & Microbiol., Univ. Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada] 

95-008611 Umelo, E. and T. J. Trust. CONSTRUCTION OF A CENOMIC MAP OF AEROMONAS 
SAtMONlCIDA, STRAIN A450. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health- Program and Abstracts 
Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald p. Hedrick and fames R. Winton, organizers 
p.F-12. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Univ. Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada] 

95-000612 Varriale, A. M.; D. Ccrri; S. Cecchini; C. Prelti and P. Berni. [EFFECTS OF THE ANTIBIOTICS 
THERAPY ON [NTESTINAL MICRO FLORA IN DICENTRARCHUS LABRAX.\ Measures (or Success- Abstracts of 
Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94," Bordeaux, France March 
23-25, 1994. /. MuirandF. Sevila, compilers. Eur, Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p 176-177 1994 In French 
and English. FR40(4) 

(Dip. Sci, Anal., Fisiol. Pmd. Anim., Vialo Piagge 2, 1-56124 Pisa, Italy] 

35-0086 13 Vvada, Shinpei; Kazuyo Nakamura and Klshlo Hatal. FIRST CASE OF OCHROCONIS HUMICOtA 
INFECTION IN MARINE CULTURED FISH IN JAPAN. Fish Pathol. 30(2): 1 25-1 26. 1 995. In English with Japanese 
SLmm, FR 40(4) ' 

[Div. Fish Dis,, Nippon Vel. & Anim. Sci. Univ., Kyohnan-cho 1-7-1, Musashino, Tokyo 180, Japan] Inlmicus 

japontcus. ' ' 

35-008614 Wagner, U,; D. Haedge and K. Droessler. CHARACTERIZATION OF MONOCLONAL 
ANTIBODIES AGAINST EXTRACELLULAR PROTEASES FROM TYPICAL AEROMONAS SALMONIODA 
International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington 
September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hcdrick and tames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-1 4 1994 FR 40(4) ' 

[Inst. Zoo!,, Univ. Leipzig, Talstr. 33, 04 1 03 Leipzig, Germany] 

95-008615 Whiltington, R. J.; S. P. Djordjevic; J. Carson and R. B. Calllnan. RESTRICTION ENDONUCl EASE 
ANALYSIS OF ATYPICAL ACROMONAS SAIMONICIDA ISOLATES FROM GOLDFISH CARAWW AURATW 
SILVER PERCH BtDYANUS BIDYANUS, AND GREENBACK FLOUNDER RHOMBOSOIF.A TAPMNAM 
AUSTRALIA. Dis. Aquat. Org. 22(3):1 85-1 91 . 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[New South Wales Agric, Elizabeth Macarthur Agric. Inst,, PMB 8 Camden, N.S.W. 2570, Australia) 

95-009&16 Wrens, G. D.; M. S. Chien; J. R. Winlon and S. L. Kaattari. ANALYSIS OF THE MECHANISM OF 
ALMONID LEUKOCYTE AGGLUTINATION BY RENIBACTERIUM SAIMONINARUM P57 Inernatic! 
Synipoiium on Aquatic Animal Health; Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington September 
fS, 1 994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R, Winton, organizers, p. W-14.4. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Mol. MJcroblol. & Immunol., Orcg. l-lcalth Sci. Univ., Portland 97201 ] 



Tmr,r, J' A ' Plumb ' THE OLr ACTORY SYSTEM OF EDWARDSIELLA ICJALURI 

INFECTED CHANNEL CATFISH, /nternaliona/ Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts 
n^.^L 5 * 3 '^' Was/i/nglon, September 4-B, / 994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, ormnirers 
p. P-33. 19'94,FR40(4) " ' ' 

[Dep. Anal, & HIsloL, Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36B30| Ictnlurus ptmctatus. 
05-008618 Wood, P. A.; G. D. Wicns; J. S. Rohovoc and D. D. Rockcy. IDENTIFICATION OF AN 

nKT t Mr? L F ?nlS AL ^ S^XS 60-KILODALTON RENIBAOERIUM 'sALMONINAWM PROTElK 
DISTINCT FROM p57: IMPLICATIONS FROM IMMUNODIAGNOSTICS. ;. Aquat. Anim. Health 7(2}:95-103. 

[Rocfiey: tab. Intracell, Parasites, Rocky Mt. Lab., Nail. Inst. Allergy & Infect. Dis., Hamilton, MT 59840[ 



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5$%Sj AND ALGAL DISEASES OF SHARKS ' 

|Dep. Companion Anim. & Special Species Med, Coll. Vet. Med, N.C, Slate Univ., Raleigh 27607] 
95-000634 Yuasa, Kei and Kishio Hatai. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PATHOGEN I CITY DF WPPDI IT-MM COD 
Sn^C^^ B!OLOC ' CAL -ARAciSS^^ 

|N,ppon Vei. & Anim. Sci, Univ., 1-7-1 Kyonan-Cho, Musashino, Tokyo 1 flO, Japan] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

PROTOZOAN DISEASES 

95-008635 Anlonfo, D. B. and R. P. Hedrlck. EFFECT OF WATER TEMPERATURE ON INFFrnnMC U/ITU T ur 

S reROOTOZO NS 



^^^^^ 

Med Vol. 26. p. 38-39, 1 995. FR 40(4) UKUUUb I ULK. / roc. Int Assoc. Aqunt, Anim. 

[Univ. Calif., Bodega Mar. Lab., P.O. Box 247, Westside Rd., Bodega Bay 94923J Oncorf^c/iw tstoivyfjcha 

[hiofckafdo Fish Hatch., Kitakashlwagi 3-373, Eniwa, Hokkaido 06M4 Japan] 

p. P-1 16. 1994. FR 40(4) ''--"- nuwru r. neancK ana James R, Wmton, organizers. 

[Dcp. MGd. & Epldemlol, Sell. Vet. Med., Univ. Calif, Davis 9561 6] Oncorhynchus tshawytscha 



[Ccnl. Salmon Dls. Res. Dep. Mlcroblol, Oreg. State Univ., Corvallls 9733 1 ] 

^ 

"*^rr?*^Mr act ,Ue r ^ 
fames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-7.4. 1994. FR40(4) s '" nt>(on ' ae PwM-e, I994. RonaWP. Hednckand 
(Coll. Val. Med. r Miss, State Univ., Mississippi Stale 39762] 



[Pole: Coll. Vet. Med, Miss. Slate Univ., P.O. Box 9825, Mississippi Stale 3976M825] fcrtm p Un c,,l, s 

,Ara B N E L i L ci p srrS 
zc^^S s 

INall. Blol. Surv. y Nail. Fish, Res, Cent., Dlxon, CA) Icialurus punctetus 

[Mar. Res. Inst., Dop. Environ. Prot., 100 Eighth Ave. SE, St. Petersburg, FL 33701-5095] 
|Cofl. Vet. Mcd,, N.C. Slale Univ., 4700 Hlllsborough St., Raleigh 27606) 



1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 



PROTOZOAN DlSEA3S(CMltnued) 

95.008645 Bruno, David W- Rjrharri n r it- 

' ' " a R " Ab 



s K D " a 



111 DISEASE IN CHANNEL CAH,. KD 






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95-008653 Chosli A K-tJ r n 

KWM IN HOOCHL; ^T ft ,C?^^ A L L a ^ D L K ON TR,CHOD,N,D INrESTATlON 

^8654 HoffmannRw M r, '20:201-207. 1988. ^40(4) 



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lUfliv. B efge ' n , Sp n"h.&M ar ' ef f' 40(4) ' S ^ temfie '^ 1994. Ronald P. H//frA and 

10 ., HiB, N-5020 Bergen, Norway] 



FR 40(4) 

11.1 

1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

PROTOZOAN DISEASES (Conlinucd) 

95-008658 Kent, M. L; D. J, Whilalecr M I Hi i M m i, 

PROLIFERATE KtQNfY DISEASE MN CH^NO < ? T '""' S ' C Jm ' MANIFESTATION OF 

FOLLOWING TRANSFER OF INFECTED SM^LT ^TO SEA mrrR f ' '?T?' -I "" ''O^ 

wUh Japanese summ. FR 40(4) WAFER. f (i h P,uhol .tO[2).93-9f(. W5 Inlm-Uri 

[Dep. Fish. * Oceans, Bol Sci. Brand,, P,c_ Bio.. S,,, Nana.mo, BC. CanacM V9R 5 K6 ,,^o,^,o~ ,| 

CaS^^^^ 

a^AfewcfcawalortWokseatt^ 

organizers. p.W-10.2. 1994. FR 40(4) *'*"'- ^/wmntr-4-B, 1994 boruhlP. Hednrt an-J Limes K Wmtw. 

|Dep. Zaol., Natl. Taiwan-Univ., Taipei 1 0764, Taiwan] 



1MPACT OF A 



95-006660 Kumaraguru, A. K- F W H Rpamich 

HAEMOFLACELIATB: CRVPTOBM SALMOsmc* KM? nrir 

PERFORMANCE OF RAINBOW TraftlSSSSvNCH^ ,. AN() SWIMM 'Nf ' 

1995, FR 40(4) v-"^L>Ai-<t/YU*Ui MVK/ii (WALRAUM). /. Fnh Dn 1(.lj:297-K>.i 

(Beamish: Dep. Zool., Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIC 2W1 1 



"osram ana Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel Seattle, Washington, September >l-8. IW4 Romld f> Hcitrick and hm 
R Wfnton, organtzers, p.W-6.6. 1994. FR 40(4) ^u/a/. n^incK ana i,iii,f>>> 

[Dep. Zoo!., Natl. Taiwan Univ v Taipei 1 0764, Taiwan] Anguill* japonic*, in Taiwan 



Res, Unit, Dep. B,ol., Univ. Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, Devon PL4 BA, England] 

MICROSPORIDOSIS IN FARMED ATLANTIC HALIBUT IARVAE 



rm H. ' l o m0 Q , ! n ) 

Program md^bsr/actt. Sfteraton HoieA Sea/e, Washmgton, SepiemfieM^, ;994. RonM Pllntrick 
fames R. Winton, organrzets. p. P-46. 1994. FR 40[4| 
[Dep. Fish. & Marinebiol.., Univ. Bergen, Norway] 



D ' ] ' Speaie; M " A ' Tho ' burn ; A - Cook; D. Morrison and 1 1. W, Ferguson. 
D CHLORAMINE-T FOR CONTROL OF A MIXED Gill INFECTION 

? LL DISEASE AND ICHTHYOBODIASIS) IN RAINBOW TROUT. /. Aquat. Anim. Health 
7\2y.l 10-123. 1995. FR 40(4} 

fFisfi Patho). Lab., Dep. Pathol., Ontario Vet. Coll., Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Caiwclj NIG 2VV11 
Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-008666 Paperna, I. ULTRASTRUCTURAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL AFFINITIES OF PISCINE COCCIDIA 
DM. Aqval. Org. 22(l);G7-76. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Anim.Sd v Fac. Agricult. Hebrew Univ, Jerusalem, Rehovot 76-100, Israel] 

95-OOS667 Poynton, S. L; W. Fraser; R. Francis-Floyd; P. Reed; P. Rutledge and T. Nerad. RECENT ADVANCES 
^N OUR UNDERSTANDING Of- IDENTIFICATION, HOST-PARASITE RELATIONSHIPS, AND BIOLOGY OF 
DIPLOMONAD FLAGELLATES. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program ami Abstracto 
Sheraton Hotct, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald p. Hedrick and fames R. Wimon. organiie/s 
p. W-lfi.2.1994. FR40{4) 

[Vol. Palhol., Arn>ed Forces Inst, Palhol,, Washington, DC| Pterophyltum scahre, Salvelinus fantinalis, and 
Mehnogfttmmus aeglefinus. 

95-OO86&8 Qi, Ying and Rfchard A. Heckniann. MORPHOLOGICAL AND HOST-SYMBIONT STUDIES OF 
JRICHODINA 1ENUIFORM1S AND APIOSOMA CAMPANULAJUM INFESTING MOTTLED SCUl PIN (CO77U5 
BAIROI) PROM PROVO RIVER, UTAH. Greal Basfn Wai. 55(3):258-266. 1995. FR 401-1) 
IHeckmann: Dep. Zool., Brigham Young Univ., Provo, UT 84602] 

95-000669 Sfcfdalr, M. E.; L. N, Measures and S. S. Desser. SEASONAL CHANGES IN ERYTHROCYTE 
OSMOTIC FRAGILITY AND HAEMATOCRIT IN AMERICAN PLAICE INFECTED WITH HAfMOHORMUMIM 
JfRRANOVAE.J. Fish Bsol. 47<1):1-6. 1995. FR40(4) 

fDep. Zool., Univ. Toronto, Toronto, OH Canada M5S 1A1 ] Hippoglossan 

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95-008670 Sultana, Q. and R. Woollen. MYXOBILAJUS CASIIROSUI DAVIS 1944 urn 
MYXOSPOREA) IN THE KJDNEY OF THREE-SPINED STICKLEBAO tcASWOSlW ? ACU 
International Sympoaum on AquaiK Animal Httolth; Program and Abstracts. S 

SopiembeM-fl, 1334. Ronald P. H&lrick and lame* R. Winton. organizers p W-i 66 1994 FR .7 
[Inst. Aquacull., Univ. Stirling, Stirling, Scotland! ' " ' 



|Dep. Vet. Microbiol. & Parasitol., La. State Unfv. School Vet. Med, Baton Rouge 70803] 

95-008672 Toyohara, Haruhiko; Masato Kinoshila; llcuo Klmura; Mikio Salako and Mn 
NATURALLY OCCURRING HEAT-STABLE INHIBITORS FOR CATHEPSIN IU !K 'PROTEASE 
HAKE MUSCLE, NFECTED BY MYXOSPORIDIAN PARASITES. ffa h.5d. 6?(3) "5 - 32Y.95 
|0ep. F, 5 h., far. Ag.rc., Kyoto Un, V ., Kyoto 606-01 , Japan) MCT/UCC/UJ prat/ucfus. 



SS^L^V'^ 160 ^^^^ 

FSHES. MlemaooM/ Sympoaum on ^quat/c An/ma/ Hea/i/,: /Yojyam anrf ^fa i( racts Sheralon^ * 

Sappiio, Japan] 



95-008674 Uravva, Shigehiko and Kazuya Naaasawa. PRCVAI ENfP Or- (uvvnuoi/ic AD r r ,r, 



[Inst. Cywl., Russran Acad. Sci., Si. Petersburg, Russia] I ) J Ji. K W(l) 



|F,sh DB. Lab., f BS i. Anim. Pa.hol,, Univ. Berno, Langgnsss.r. 1 22, CH-301 2 Berne, Switzerland] 

[Div. Wildl., P.O. Box 128, Brush, CO 80723] C^orhync/ui mykis* and Mmo frul(a . 

^ CENFTIC VAR,ATION I. 

a2^3^ ' N C MM N CARP ^ PKINUS ^'. 

'. CMEMORESPONSE OF SOMI 



-j. p. W-7.5. 1994. FR f 40(4) s ' J ^ [emoer * "94. Donald P. Hedrick and lames R. 

|Dep. Fish, Fac. Agric, Univ. Tokyo, Bimkyo-ku, Tokyo, j apan | C, rassfcjs au ftis 3 r,d Cyp.n,, carpto 

VIRAL DISEASES 

95-000681 Balls. W. N. 3nrl i o UK-.,,., r\n-r,. ,,-,,., ^ _. . 

, OF DNA PROBES FOR FISH VIRUSES. 



t. Sci. Cent., 

FR 40(4) 



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95-008632 Bayliff, William H., editor QUARTERLY REPORT JANUARY-MARCH 1995 OF THE 
INTER-AMERICAN TROPICALTUNA COMMISSION. toleMm. Trap. Tuna Comm. Q. Rep. 45|>. fan.-M.ir. 1 !)9!i. 
In English and Spanish. FR 40(4) 

IScripps InsE. Oceanogr., 8604 La Jolla Shores Dr., La Jolla, CA 92037-1 508] 

95-003633 Biering, E.,- F. Nilsen; O. M. Rodseth and J. Glette. CHALLENGE OF ATLANTIC HALIBUT WITI I 
INFECTIOUS PANCREATIC NECROSIS VIRUS (IPNV). International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: 
Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1M4. Ronald I'. Hedrick .tmllanws 
K, Winton, organizers, p. P-3. 1 994. FR 40(4} 

[Insr.Mar, Res,, Dep. Aquacult., P.O. Box 1 870, N-S024 Bergen Nordnes, Norway] H/p/JOR/ossus hippoultmtis 
fn No way. 

95-006684 BJorklund, H, V.; K. H. Hlgman and G. Kurath. MOLECULAR COMPARISON OF THE FISH 
RHABDQVIRUSES SVCV, HRV AND IHNV BY THEIR GLYCOPROTEIN AND POI.YMERASE GENE 
SEQUENCES .international Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Si'Mtt; 
V Washington, September 4$, 1994. Ranald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-1 2.6. 1994. FR 40(4) 
|Nall, Biol. Surv., Pac. Northwest Nat. Sci. Cent., Seattle, WA] 

95008635 Brake, S.; W. Schill; P. McAllister; M.-K. Lee, ). Singer nnd B. Nicholson. DETECTION AND 
IDENTIFICATtON OF AQUATIC BIRNAVIRUSES BY A PCR ASSAY. International Symposium on Atiuath: Animal 
Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, I fJJH Ronaltl I'. I letlrii:k HIM I 
lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-1. 1. 1994. FR 40(4) 

|Oep, Biochem.j Microbiol. & Mol. Biol., Univ. Maine, Orono 044G9] 

95-Q08&86 Boolland,L.M.;H.V.Lorz;B.S.Drolet;S.-).Chon;J.L Fryer; J.S.Rohovui:andJ.(;.l.i!imR.(:URRENr 
STATUS OF STUDIES ON THE LIFE CYCLE OF INFECTIOUS HEMATOPOICTIC NECROSIS VIRUS (II INV). 
international Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program ami Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, 
September 48, 1 994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-4. 1 . 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Microbiol,, Oreg. Slate Univ., Corvallls 97331] Lampctra trklcntatn, Cntostomm imaoc.huitos, 
Ptychacheilus oiegonensis, and Prosopium williamsoni, 

95-008667 Boucher, P.; R. S. Raynard; G. Houghlonj F. Laurencrn Baudin. COMPARATIVE EXPERIMENTAL 
TRANSMISSION OF : PANCREAS DISEASE IN ATLANTIC SALMON, RAINBOW TROUT AND BROWN IR( H I r. 
Drs, Aquat. Oig. 22(1 ): 19-2-1. 1995. FR 40(4) 

jBaucfin: CNEVA Brest, Lab. Pathol. Antm, Aqu.il,, BP 70, F-292110 Plou/anc, Francci) Sntmo sa/.ir, .V truti.\, 
and Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-008688 Bowser, P, R,; ], W. Casey; V. M. Vogt; F. M. Poulet; S. Quadcenbush and I ). M.irllniriui. WAI I CVl 
DERMAL SARCOMA VIRUS: A NOVEL RETROVIRUS THAT CAUSES TLJMORS IN FISH. lnKmi\tlon,tl 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program ami Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle. Washington, Senti-inlit-r 
4-9, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-22.3. 1994. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Avian & Aquat. Anlm. Med., Coll. Vet. Mod., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY MB53| Sti/owdion vilwun. 

95-OQB&B9 Calle, Paul P.;Traccy S. McNamara and Yvonne Kress. HERPESVIRUS ASS( JCIATEI ) ( :i I I'ANI ( >l IS 
PAPILIOMAS IN KOI CARP (CYPRINUS CARP1O). Proc. Inl. Assoc. Aquat. Anlm. Med. Vol. 2fi. n. IIMI^, 1 'I'Ci 
FR 40|4) 

IWildf. Health Sci., Wildl. Conserv. Soc., Bronx, NY 1 0460-1 099] 

^5-OOa&90 Christie, K, E.; B. Hjellncs; G. K. Tolland; P. R. Flood and It. Spiisowska, INI'ECTIVC SAIMON 
ANAEMIA (ISA)-ASSOCIATED MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES GENERATED BY SUHlRAf IlVf 
IMMUNIZATION. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: /V#fiim iiwM/wirarts 1 S7jcf,iinti Ht>t<<l 
Seattle, Washlnston, September 4-8, 19!)1. Ronald I'. Hedrick and lames R. Wintoit, oiKiini/i'r-,. p, P (. 1 |'M! 

[Intejvct Norbio, Bergen, Norway] Salmo snlar. 

95-008691 Conglelon, J. and B. Sun. INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC RESISTANCE OF Al )l lEKf NT ( II I S fROM 
THE ANTERIOR KIDNEY OF RAINBOW TROUT TO INFECTIOUS I IEMATOPOIF.TIC NI'C'KOSIS VIRUS 
tntemittmul Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Stwtlt' WMhtnutnn 
September 4-0, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-4 2 1994 fR 4 ()(')) ' 

[Coop. Fish & Wildl. Ros. Unit, Dep. Fisli & Wildl. Rcsour., Univ. Idaho, Moscow B3fM:)] OinwIwnhtK 
ntjiflpis^ 

95-008692 Crane, M. S.; C. L. McRao; L. M. Williams and N. Gudkovs. IDENTIFICATION OF f ISI I VIRl ISl S 
BV IMMUNOGLOT TECHNIQUE. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Pnwnm am 
Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald I'. Hedrick nnd lamm K Winton 
p.P-7. 1994. FR 40(4) inis*.mnum, 

fAAHL Fish DIs. Lab., Auslallnn Anlm. Health Lab., CSIRO Div. Anlm. l-leallli, GcoloiiR, Vic., AuslMlfnl 

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VIRAL DISfASES (Continued) 

&1S^ia!^^ 

* nl - " V 



- ""* Ve '" U "" e ld " y P ' 1 """' 



M alM ,,,A,f Drt , 



, 
CHALLENGED RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHWCHUS Ss) AND CC?HO WMON ??J '^S 



* 



H7N 4 2 3. 



=^~ssssrs^ 

itndlames R. Wtnton, organizers, p. W-19.2. 1994. PR 40(4) ' ""''"' ' 

(Inst. Mar. Res., Bergen, Norway) Salmo satar. 

Holzschu, Donald L.; Daniel Martfneau; Sharon K. Foclor- Volkor M Vno.. P-,,.I o 

a^s^^%r^s^ L ^ FF S^ 



[SOAFD Mar. lab., P.O. Box 101, Victoria Rd, Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Scotland] 



,N 



flnsr. Zool,, Acad. Sfnica, Nnnkang, Tiiipci 1 1 5, Taiwan. fax:+886 (2) 78580S9] 

: NE CKOS, S 






|l*l. HyrJroblol., Acad. Sinlca, Wuhan, China| Cyp,i ms arp!o , lnl | Oonop/w^jodo,, Hea 

F R 40{-1) ww< ' - / icancK ami lames R. Wmion, organixcrs. p. W-4.5. 1 994. 

[Dep. MkndXol. & Salmon Dfa. lab., Ore s . Stare Univ. Corvallls 97331 ] Oncoriyndu* mykiss 



i. IS THE MAJOR OUTER 
. inn.^.iiuua ryMN_KtAllL NLLKUSIS VIRUS (IPNV) A GLYCOF>RriTFlw? /, , 

\^ l ^^ Heatth ' Pro ? ramantl ^tracts. Sheraton Ho(e45ai VW.sW/wtoU - nto " N "^ n ''" ^"'/'^^n, on 
l Fish. & Mar/Biol., Univ. Bergen, Bergen, Norway) 



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95-008715 Kuralh, G.; K. H. Higman and K Bjorklund. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NON VISION Mi 
GENES AND CLVCOPRQTEIN-POLYMERASE GENE JUNCTIONS IN THE FISH RHABDOVIRUSES IHNV.HEV. 
VHSV, AND SVCV. International Symposium an Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hwi 
Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, J 994. Ronald P. Hediick and lames R. Winton, organizers p VV-4 4 19?i 
FR 40(4) 

[Nail. Biol. Surv., Pac. Northwest Nat. Sci. Cent., Seattle, WAJ 

95-008716 laPatra.S. E.;R. P. HedrickjK, A. Lauda; C.R.Jones; J.Congelton and J. R. Winton. INDUQlGV 
OF PROTECTION FROM IHNV IN RAINBOW TROUT BY PREEXPOSURE TO AVIRULENT SALMGVD 
VIRUSES. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts, Sheraton Hotel, Smi 
Washington, September 4-B f f994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-4.6. 1 994. FR 4(YH 
fCtear Springs Foods, Inc., Buhl, ID) Oncorbynchus mykiss. 

95-008717 LaPatra.S. E.; J, M. Groff; K. A. Lauda; B. Munn and C. R. Jones. DERMATITIDES IN CULTUMD 
RAINBOW TROUT. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Ite*). 
Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. RonafcJ P. Hedrick and lames R, Winton, organizers, p.W-105 1SW 
FR 40(4) 

[Clear Springs Foods, Inc., Butil, ID] Oncorhyncbus mykiss. 

95-008718 LaPalra, S. ; K-A. Lauda and G. R. Jones. DEVELOPMENT OF PASSIVE IMMUNOTMERAfYfOS 
CONTROL OF IHN. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton llwl 
Seattle, Washington, September 4-S, W4. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, oraanizvrs u. I'-S 1 f W 
FR40(4) 

[Clear Springb Foods, Inc., Buhl, ID| Oncorhynchus mykiss, 

95-008719 Leong,J.C.MOLECULARAPPROACHESTO TAXONOMY, EPI2OOTIOLOGV, AND DIAGNOSIS 
OF VIRAL DISEASES OF FISH. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and dbjiHCH 
Sheraton Hotel, SeaUfe Washington, September 'I-S, 1 994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winttin, uiunueiL 
p.llM.1994.FR4Q[4) 

[Cent. Salmon Dis. Res. & Dep. Microbiol., Oreg. State Univ., Corvallis 97331 1 

95-008720 Lupianf, B.; K. Subramanian; S. K. Samal and F. M. Helrick. GENETIC ANALYSIS AND GENCM 
CODING ASSIGNMENTS OF AQUAREOVIRUSES.fnter/ialiona/Sympos/um on Aquatic AntmalHealthirroyr. 
and Abstracts. Sheraton Hole!, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and {ami's K Winw 
o/ga/iizers. p. W-22.5. 1994. FR 40(4) 

|CoH, Vet. Mcd., Univ. Mti, College Park 20742] 

95-00.8721 McAllister, Philip E. and Mkhael K, Stoskopl. MARINE TROPICAL FISH VIRUSES. In: fish M&Km 
MtchaelK. Stoskopf, editor, p. 642-&46. 1 993. FR 40(4) 

[U.S. Fish & WBdl. Serv., Natl. Fish Health Res. Lab., Kearneysville, WV] 

95*08722 McAllister, Philip E. COLD-WATER MARINE FISH VIRUSES. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. 
editor, p, 697-7 11.1 993. FR 40(4) 

[U.S. Fish & Wild. Serv., Nail. Fish Health Res. Lab., Kearneysville, WV] Data for 43 species. 

95-008723 McAllister, Philip E. GOLDFISH, KOI, AND CARP VIRUSES. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. 
editor, p. 478-486. 1993. FR 40(4) 

|U.S Fish & Wild), Serv., Nail. Fish Health Res. Lab., Kearneysville, WV] Cwnop/jarynxfon fctetti, fwirr 
carpto, Carasjiuj auraius, and Wotemigonos cfyso/eucas. 

57^ ! lS P f K 
[US. Fish & WiJtll. Serv., Nail. Fish Health Res. Lab., Kearneysville, WV) Xiphophorus and Oianna. 

H^raSlS 1 ^ E ' SALMONID FISH VIRUSES ' /n; Fish Medicine. Michael K. SfosAoy,/, crfw 
[U.S. Fish, & Wildt. Serv., Natl Fish Health Res. Lab., Kearneysville, WV] 

^M^^^T 161 K - stoskopf ' SHARK VIRUSES ' /n: ** ****** 

(US. Hsh & Wildl. Serv., Nail, Fish Health Res. Lab., Kearneysville, WV] 



[U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Natl. Fish Heallh Res. Lab., Kearneysville, WVj Data for 25 species, 

95-008728 Mellergaard,Stlgand Else Nielsen. IMPACT OF OXYGEN DEFICIENCY ON THE DISEASE STAlli 
*~" LOM.MON DAB UMANDA UMANDA. Dis Aauat O/e J7(?Mrti 11 A 1001; CD Af\iA\ 

fn.anich Inei Fitk fl KJ d r\ - j '*("' a *. *^"5n*.*^i^. lui 111. \ jjj. ri\ HW^f f 

Denmarkl ' P ' ' EC '' J Flsh Dis ' Lab " Butowsve J 13 ' DK 1070 

FJUO(4) nn 



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VJRAL DfSEASES (Continued) 

95-008729 Meyers, T. R.; S. Short; K. Lipson; W. N. Balls and J. R. Winton. PACIFIC COD CADUS 
MACRQCEPHALUS AND PACIFrC HERRING CLUPEA HARENCUS PALLASI ARE MARINE RESERVOIRS OF 
VIRAl HEMORRHACEC SEPTICEMIA VIRUS IN NORTH AMERICA. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal 
Health- Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hetlrick and 
fames K. Winton, organizers, p. W-1 2.2. 1994. FR 40(4} 

[Dep. Fish & Game, tuneau Fish Palhol. Lab., Juneau, AK] Oncorhynchus, Cactus macrocephalus, and Clupea 
paflasi. 

95-008730 Muroga, K.; X Nakar and T. Nishizawa. VIRAL DISEASES IN JAPANESE SEAWATER PEN CULTURE. 
International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, 
September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hediick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. V-2. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Fac. Appl. Biol. Sci., Hiroshima Univ., Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan] 

95-O08731 Nakajima, K. and M. Sorimachi. ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MONOCLONAL 
ANTIBODIES AGAINST YELLOWTA3L ASCITES VIRUS. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: 
.Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, / 994. Ronald P. Hedrick ami lames 
K, Winton, organizers, p. W-1. 2. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Natl. Res. Insl. Aquacult, Fish. Agency, Nansei, Mie 516-01, Japan] Seriola quinqueradiata, S. aurcavittatn, 
and Parapristipama trilineatum. 

93-OQB732 Nakajima, Kazuhjro; Yukio Maeno; Miklo Fukudome; Yutaka Fukuda; Sliinji Tanaka; Saloru 
Matsuoka and Miriam Sorrmachi. IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE TEST FOR THE RAPID DIAGNOSIS OF RED SEA 
BREAM IRIDOVIRUS INFECTION USING MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY. Fish Pathol. 30(2):115-1 19. 199.1. In 
Engfish with Japanese summ. FR 40(4) 

|Nall. Res. Inst. Aquacull., Fish. Agency, Nansei Mie 516-01, Japan] Pagrus major. 

95-008 733 Nefson, R, T.; M. F. McLoughlin; H. M. Rowley; M. A. Flatten and J. I. McCormlck. ISOLATION OF 
A TOGA-LIKE VIRUS FROM FARMED ATLANTIC SALMON SALMO SALAR WITH PANCREAS DISEASE. Dfe. 
Aquat. Qrg. 22{1):25-32, 1995. FR40(4) 

(Fish DJs. Unit., Vel, Sci. Div., Dep. Agfic Northern Ireland, Stormont, Belfast BT4 3SD, Northern Ireland] 

95-O08734 NlshJzawa, T.; M. Ariniolo; T. Nakai and K. Muroga. AN UNSUCCESSFUL CASE IN PCR-BAStD 
ELIMINATION OFSPAWNERS AS ACONTROL METHOD OF VNN IN STRIPED JACK. International Symposium 
on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-tl, 1994. 
KonafdP. Hedrick and James R. Win ton, organizers, p. 19.5. 1994. FR 40(4) 

f Fac. Appl. Biol. Sci., Hiroshfma Univ., Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan] Cararw dentex. 

95-008735 Nishizawa, Toyohiko; Masaaki Kise; Toshihiro Nakal and Kiyokuni Muroga. NEUTRAI IZINCi 
MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES TO STRIPED JACK NERVOUS NECROSIS VIRUS (SJNNV). Fish I'athol. 
30[2):1 11-114. 1995. In English with Japanese summ. FR 40(4) 

[Fac. Appl. Biol Sci., Hiroshima Univ., Kagarniyama 1-4-4, Higashihiroshirna 739, Japan] Caranx dcntcx In 
Japan. 

95-OQB736 Novoa, B.; S, Blake; B. L. Nicholson and A. Figueras. COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT I'ROCFDUKLS 
FOR SEROTYPING AQUATIC BIRNAVIRUS.App/. Environ. Microbiol. 61(8}:2925-2929. 1995. PR 40(4) 

[Figueras: Insl. Investig. Mar., CSIC, Eduardo Cabello 6, 36200 Vlgo, Spain. Kil:31-aG-231<riO- 
fax:34-fl<i-2927&2] Scophthalmus maximus. 

95-003737 Nylund, A. and P. Jakobsen. SEA TROUT AS A CARRIER OF INFECTIOUS SAl MON ANAEMIA 
VIRUS. /. Ffsh Biol. 47(1 ):1 74-1 76. 1 995. FR 40(4) >tmuiN AINALMIA 

[Dep. ffsh, & Mar. Biol,, Univ. Bergen, N-5020 Bergen, Norway) Sa/mo trutta and 5. safar. 



* M K Watanabe and C - Endresen. INFECTIOUS SALMON ANAEMIA (ISA): 

A MULTIORGAN INfECTION. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health; Program and Abstracts 
Sheraton Hotel Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994, Ronald P. Hedrick and lames K Winton ornanm-rs 
p. W-1 9.1. 1994. FR 40(4} 

[Dep. FUti. & Mnr. Biol., Univ. Bergen, Bergen, Norway] Sa/mo sa/ar in Norway. 

95-008739 Oh, Myung-Joo; Mamoru Yoshimizu; Yoshio Ezura and Takahisa Kimurn ISOLATION OF 
RETROIIKE VIRUS FROM BRAIN TISSUE OF SALMONID FISH. International Symposium on ^quat cAnin,! 
Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994 Ronald P Hotlrlrk ., 
/ames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-22.2. 1 994. FR 40(4) ' ' 

|lab. Microbiol., Fac. Fish., Hokkaido Univ., Hakodate, Hokkaido, Japan! Oncorhynchus klstticlt, O 
O. masou, Satvelmus leucomaenis, and P/ecog/ossus a/fiVe//s in Japan. 



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Pep. Aquat. Brosc,., Tokyo Univ. Fish., Tokyo, Japan) Onwhynchus Ltd, 



1 Fiih - 






willX^^^^rs^r?^, 113 l9M ^ 4) 

rn n .. L. i VW ne oricK anflyames R. mnJon, organizers, p. P-2 1994 FR '10/41 

4A";Co^r si1 * Fac ' "" univ - s te * ^p"* ^nS i ci:, 1 ,,,,,.,,,,. ^ ; 



~ 

llnst. Aquacull, Univ. Slirling, Siirilng FK9 4LA, EngLnd] Sa/mo i/ar 

S^^ 
ISOAfD Mar. Lab., P.O.Box 101, Victoria Rd, Aberdeen' AB9 BOB, Scotland] 



DERMAL EFFECT ON LYMPHOCYSTIS OP 1 

. toei SeanhWn *V?^ Hea '" i: Pro r '"" '" lfj ^ l '"'- l[ft 

p. W-22.4. I9J4. FR 40{1) wptember ** 1994. Rora/d P. Hedricfc and /ames R. Wi/Ko,., ^,in./,Yi 

[Coll. Sci., Nail. Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan] 



^ "j. d JP;M|bV- ATLANTIC SALMON ANTIBODIES TO INIT<:rHH,i 

AND POSTSMOIJS IN NOKlVAl 



(Cent Vet . Lab,, Oslo, Kwos ' ^'^ P ' W -'- 4 ' 19M - 

^^ H * W. Ferguson, LOW LEVN S or VI W. , 

^ N ^ MRWITHACUT: 



7-1M5. 

_ LJ VVI , n ^^ANVlRUsS T AMrir S, Ck , '^ P ' C L h ' TRANSFORMATION < )l= MAK.M 

Program and Abstracts. Sheratnn t-tniol Co-,..* w/ L- 1 ' n(ema( ' ona/ ^" 1 POi'""io/i/\q(ifl(itMnii/n.i)ff['J 1 : 1 . 

R. Winton, organizers, p. P?8 1 99? F R Sf' ^^"8^ September 4-8, f994. RonaW P. /-tedm* ,,,,,1/^n u 
Pep. Microbiol., Univ. Hawaii, HonoJulu 9G622I 

^^^^^S^ 5 T ? CCINE DEVELOPMENT AND CF, 'OO 
n/ ^ lcA a ' H '^^gramand^t ra ctsLS/,e| nHoretS C aH^VV^rm^.: 
< \. mnfon, organizers, p. 11-2. 1994. FR 40(4) 
- '- Cense Rouge, B-4102 Seraing, Belgium] 

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95-006752 Thune, Ronald L. CATFISH VIRUSES. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor p 521-52-1 
1993. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Vet. Microbiol. & Parasitol., La. State Univ. School Vet. Med, Baton Rouge 70803] Ictalurus punctatus. 

95-008753 Traxler, C. S-; J. R. Roomer; ]. E. Ketcheson and T. P. T. Evelyn. AN APPARENTLY AVIRULENT 
BIRNA VIRUS FROM FARMED SALMON IN BRITISH COLUMBIA: SHOULD IT BE REFERRED TO AS 
INFECTIOUS PANCREATIC NECROSIS VIRUS? International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program 
and Abstracts, Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P, Hedrick and lames R Winton 
organizers, p. W-l .5. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Biol. Sd. Branch, Pac. Biol. Sin., Nanaimo, BC, Canada) Salmo salar in Canada. 

95-008754 Trobridge, G. D. and ]. C. Leong. IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE 
ANTIVIRAL MX GENES OF RAINBOW TROUT. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program 
and Abstracts, Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R Winton 
organizers, p. W-2 1 .4. 1 994. FR 40(4} 

[Dep. Microbiol. & Salmon Dis. Lab., Oreg. State Univ., Corvallis 97331 1 Oncor/iync/it/s mykiss. 

95-QQS755 Watson, L, R.; S, C. Yun; J. M. Graff and R. P. Hedrlck. ChlARACTERISTICS AND PATHOGENICITY 
OF A NOVEL HERPESVIRUS ISOLATED FROM ADULT AND SUBADULT WHITE STURGEON ACIPENSER 
7RANSMONTANUS. Dis. Aquat. Org. 22(3):199-210. 1995. FR 40(4) 
|Dcp. Med. & Epidemiol., Sen. Vet. Med., Univ. Calif., Davis 95616] 

95-008756 Yanong, Roy P. E. POSSIBLE HERPESVIRUS-ASSOCIATED DISEASE IN THE BLUE-EYED 
PLECOSTOMUS, PANAQUE SUTTONI. Proc. Int. Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Med. Vol. 26. p. 83. 1 995 FR 40(4) 
(5.D Trop. Inc., G507 Bob Head Rd., Plant City, FL 33565] 

95-008757 Yoshimizu, Mamoru; Kunio Suzuki and Takahisa Kimura. SEROLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS OF 
HERPESVIRUSES ISOLATED FROM SALMONID FISH IN JAPAN. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal 
Heaith; Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1 994. Ronald P. Hedrick and 
tames R. Win ton, organizers, p. W-1 9.6. 1 994. FR40(4) 

[Lab. Mfcrobiol., Fac, Fish., Hokkaido Univ. Hakodate, Hokkaido, Japan] Oncorhynchus masou, O. kisulcn, 
and O. mykiss. 

95-008758 Zhang, Huang Ge; Larry A. Hanson and Sreekanth R. Knncharla. CHANNEL CATFISH VIRUS 
RECOMBINANTS DISPLAY REDUCED PATHOGENESIS YET INDUCE SPECIFIC IMMUNITY IN CHANNEL 
CATFISH FINGERUNGS. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton 
Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winlon, organizers p W-3 6 
199-1. FR 40(4) 

[Coll. Vet. Med,, Miss, State Univ., P.O. Box 9825, Mississippi State 397G2] Ictalurus punctatus. 

OTHER DISEASES AND PARASITES 

95 G08759 Abdul-Salam, ]. and B. S. Sreelalhn. DESCRIPTIONS OF TWO NEW DIDYMOZOIDS FROM THE 
DARRACUDA SPHYRAENA OB7USATA IN KUWAIT BAY./, Parasitol. 81{4):610-615. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Zool., Univ. Kuwait, P.O. Box 5969, Safat 13060, Kuwait] 

95 ODB7&0 Adel-Meguid, M.; C. W. Esch and hi. E. Eure. THE DISTRIBUTION AND PATHOBIOLOGY OF 
NEQZCHINORHYNCHUS CYLINDRAJUS IN THE INTESTINE OF GREEN SUNFISH, LUPOMIS CYANEILUS. 
Panoftology 1 ll{2):221-231. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dcp. Biol.j Wake Forest Univ., Winston-Salem, NC 27109| L mitcrochirus. 

95 008761 Adlard, R, D. and R. ]. G. Lester, THE LIFE CYCLE AND BIOLOGY OF ANILOCRA POMACF.NTRI 
OSOPODA: CYMOTHOIDAE), AN ECTOPARASITIC ISOPOD OF THE CORAL REEF FISH, CHROMI5 N1TIDA 
(I'ERCITORMES: POMACENTRIDAE). Ausl I. Zool. 43(3):271-281 . 1 995. FR 40(4) 
pep. Parastlol., Univ. Queensland, Brisbane, Qld. 4072, Australia] 

95-OOB7fi2 Alinelt, Harald; Robert Konecny and Oskar Tiefenbach. (DID AN UNKNOWN FISFI PARASITE 
INVADE AUSTRIA WITH TFIE GOLDEN SPINY LOACH (COBITIS AURATA; TELEOSTEI, COBITIDAEH I Oesterr. 
Fisch. 4fl(7);154-160. 1995. In German with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Abl. Anal. & Morphol,, Inst. Zool. Univ. Wien, Allhanslr. 1 4, A-1 090 Wien, Austria] Cobitis (aen/a. 

95-OOB763 Ardell, Thomas C. and Michael R. Johnson. SEASONAL ANEMIA IN FARM-RAISED CI-IANNEL 
CATFISH: PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS, Proc. Int. Assoc. Aqual Anim. Med. Vol. 25. p. 88-90. 1 994. FR 40(4} 
(Coll. Vcl. Med., Miss. State Univ., P.O. Box 9825, Mississippi State 39762-9825] tctahtrus punctatus in 
Mississippi, 

95-D087&4 Aspholm, Paul E. AN1SAKIS SIMPLEX RUDOLPHI, 1 809, INFECTION IN FILLETS OF BARENTS SEA 
COD GADUS MORHUA I. Fish. Res. (Arnsl.) 23(3,4):375-379. 1 995. FR 40(4} 

|Dep. Bioi,,Sect, Mar. Zool. &Mar. Chem., Univ. Oslo, P.O. Box 1064, 0316 Oslo, Norway] 

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[Dep. Zool., Coll. Blol. Sci., Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Cania N1 G 2W1 ] 



[list. Mar. Res., P.O. Box 1870 Nortlnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] Sa/mo safe, 



nn INFECTION OF "^oPWO/ttK owa* 



** a*, ?m . w/;,oro 5 p e p.5i si^sS) VVas/i "" ton ' 5eptemfaw ^ y 9w - ^ f 

Pep. FHh, Fac. Agric., Univ. Tokyo, Tokyo, ) a pan] Ser/o^ Opfegnart* 65cto US( and ftratfcft^ o^c,, 

^ aLip Suh ' TWO COPPOD S K ^ 



TWO COPPOD 

us argenteus. eS ' & Dev ' ^"^ Yosu 55CM 20 - Korea] taico/atrax /spofi 



Jiese. rstuuuUACTYlOGYRUS ANGUlLLAf ON 
FR^r '" NUVA bC TIA; AM ENDEMIC OR AN INTRODUCTION? /. Fish Blot. 47(i):l 77078.' 

Pep. Biol, Saint Mary's Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada B3H 3C3] 
95-008772 GOOD*. Rob Pr , * ophe ^ ^ s er and ^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ 

Jri^P f A SEVERE TREM ATODE INFESTATION OF BLUE.fltf< 
"" a ""-/ra'n. Med. Vol. 26. p. 25, 1995, Abstract orly. ntw 
u ^rf, Boslon, MA 02110| 



INFESTATION BY MONOCENK A* 
Cifaeton cai/a and iabeo S. L RED IN INDIA ' /n(/ ' an > p araato/. 1 1 (2):1 27-1 30, 1 987. 



THE BLOOD FLUKE; WWOJJN/COW LSftt/SM ^ and C ' Arme> EP'DEMIOLOGICAl. STUDIES OS 
LJ. Intonaitoffiif S^p ^rj n ^cS^ 

SepteJbi^^S teSkfwS F**^ Pr 8ram ancl Abstracls ' Shcraton "< )!fl < ^ 



' ^PRODUCTIVE FAILURE IN WILUCAUM 
Sherafon Hote/, 



95-OOB77& fiiher Jeffrey P-3an M * -n, 

and Thomas Chiolti! REPRODUCTtVE FA mifn^ A d K^r^ chell; John S V mula ; J ack Skea; Mark Onbcnroi 

FINGER LAKES: INVESTIGATO^ ST^ 

EP,DEM,OLOGV OP THE 'CAVUCl 









FISHERIES REVIEW 

OTHER DISEASES AND PARASITES (Continued) 

95-008778 Grizzle, John M.; Lucy Bunkley-Williams and John C. Harshbarger. RENAL ADENOCARCINOMA 
IN MOZAMBIQUE TILAPIA, NEUROFIBROMA IN GOLDFISH, AND OSTCOSARCOMA IN CHANNEL 
CATFISH FROM A PUERTO RICAN HATCHERY. /. Aquat. Anim. Health 7(2): 1 78-183. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Southeast. Coop. Fish Dis. Proj., Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacult., Agric. Exp. Sin., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 
36049] Tilapia mossatnbica, Carassius auratus, and Ictalurus.punctatus. 

95-008779 Haenen, O. L. M.; P. van Banning; W. Dekker and F. H. M. Borgstecde. PATHO BIOLOGY OF 
EUROPEAN EEL RELATED TO ANGU1LLICOLA CRASSUS INFECTIONS IN TFIE NETHERLANDS. International 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4-8, 1 994. Ronald P. Hediick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-1 0.6. 1 994. FR 40(4} 

(DLO-lnst. Anim. Sci, & Health, P.O. Box 65, 8200 AB Lelystnd, Netherlands] Anguilla anguilla. 

95-008780 Hamilton, W. J. and R. Poulin. PARASITES, AGGRESSION AND DOMINANCE IN MALE UPLAND 
BULLIES J. fish Bio/. 47(2):302-307. 1995. FR 40(4) 

IPoulin: Dep. Zool., Univ. Otago, P.O. Box 56, Dunedin, New Zealand] Gobiomorphus brcviceps. 

95-008781 Harris, Wm. D.; M. K. Morgan; R. W, Norman and K. L. Smedley. A SURVEY OF PARASITES OF 
SAN SALVADOR ISLAND'S FISHJ. Tenn. Acad Sci. 69(3-4}:04. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
jUniv. Tenn., Challanooga 37403] 

95-008782 Hartley, William R.; Arunthavarani Thiyagarajah and Merle Mizell. ECTOI'IC HERMAPHRODITIC 
GONAD IN THE CRANIAL CAVITY OF JAPANESE MEDAKA./. Aquat. Anim. Health 7(2}: 1 72-1 77. 1 90S. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Environ. Health Sci., School Public Health & Trop. Mod., Tulane Univ, Med. Cent,, 1 430 Tulano Ave., 
New Orleans, LA 701 1 2] Oiyzias latipes. 

95-008783 Hodneland, K. and F. Nilsen. GYRODACTYLOSIS IN FARMED ATLANTIC WOLFFISH 
(ANARHICHAS LUPUS L). International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton 
Hotel Seattle, Washington, September 4-B, 1994. Ronald P. Heclrick and lames R. Winlon, organizers, n, P-49, 
1 994. FR 40(4) 

(Univ. Bergen, Dep. Fish. & Mar. Biol,, I-IIB, N-5020 Bergen, Norway] 

95-O08784 Johnson, Erik L. BLOATERS & FLOATERS: A CASE STUDY IN BALANCE-IMPAIRED ORANDAS 
Trap. Fish Hobbyist 44(1 ):1 1 4-1 1 6. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
Caiassius auratus. 

95-008785 Kennedy, C. R. RICHNESS AND DIVERSITY OF MACROPARASITE COMMUNITIES IN TROPICAL 
EELS ANGUILLA REINHARDTII IN QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA. Parasiiotogy 1 11(2):233-245. 1995. FR 40(4) 
|Dep. Parasltol,, Univ. Queensland, Brisbane, Qld. 4072, Australia] 

95-008786 Kent, M. L; J. N. C. Whyle and C. LaTrace. GILL LESIONS AND MORTALITY IN SEAWATER 
PEN-REARED ATLANTIC SALMON SALMO SALAR ASSOCIATED WITH A DCNSE BLOOM OF SKEI.ETONEMA 
COSTA1UM AND JHALASSIOSIRA SPECIES.D/sMcyuaf. Org. 22(1)77-81. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Biol. Sci. Branch, Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Pac. Biol, Sin., Nnnaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6| 

95.008787 Kent, M. L.; R. J. Andersen; C. F. B. Holmes; T. McCready and D. E. Williams. EVIDENCE Tl IAT 
MICRO CYSTINI LR IS THE CAUSE OF NETPEN LIVER DISEASE OF ATLANTIC SALMON (SAI.MO SALAR), 
International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattlu, Washington, 
September 4-8, 1994, Ronald P. Hedrick and fames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-1 5.4. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Pac. Biol. Sin., Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6] 

95-008788 Kfoury, J. R., Jr.; N. Okamoto; S. E. LaPalra; M. Tanaka; Y, Suzuki; N, Molonishi and Y. Italia. "RASH" 
SKIN DPSEASE OF RAINBOW TROUT IN JAPAN. Intemnilonnl Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program 
and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-11, 1994. Ronald P. Hcdrick and lames R. Winton, 
organizers, p. W-1 8.6. 19D4. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Aqual. Biosci., TokycrUniv. Fish., Tokyo, Japan] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

9StfOB789 Kirk, Sheila G. IMMUNOSUPPRESSION OF NONI-IOST FISH SPECIES AND ITS EFFECT ON 
CLOCHIDIAL METAMORPHOSIS. M.S. thesis, Tenn. Techno!. Univ. 52p. 1995. FR 40(4) 
Semotilus atromaculatus, Etheostoma spectabile, and Coitus carolinae, 

95-008790 Korting,Wo!fgangand Franz-Josef Kaup.SPOROZOONT/NCAE- STILL A EUKARIOTIC PARASITE? 
International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, 
September 4-8; 1994. Ronald P. Hedrlck and fames R. Winlon, organizers, p. W-1 0.5. 1994. FR 40(4} 
[Fish Dis. Res. Unit, Vel. Med. Sell., Bunleweg 1 7, 30559 Hannover, Germany] Tinea tinea, 

95-008791 Lakshmi, C. Vijaya and Sanaka Sarada. STUDIES ON THE NEW SPECIES ANTHOBOJHRIUM 
LOCUIA7UM PARASITE FROM DASYAflS (HIMANTURA) UARNAK (FORSKAL). Co/. CM. Paras/to/. 
48(1&2);12-15. 1993. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(4) 

|7-1-65, Satyaprasad Bldg., Chinna Waltalr, Visakhapalnam-530 023, Andhra Pradesh, India] 

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95l S B M9o!Sf: i993 B fR?o L (?, FISH ' K01 ' AND CARP NEOI ' LASIA ' *>- ffc 

[Coa Ve,. Mrfw Univ. Md,, Balllmore 2.20,] Cyprinu* carpto ,,d Carats aura(US . 
pR S ^^^A^^^ 

I, Stormonl, Belfiisl BT3 3SD, 



AND 
s 



K wS^WHUNW^ AFTER EEL MORTAIIW 

JSSSWsa ^^ a!S ^^'!^^^^ 

[Vet, Med. Res. lnst v 



aR 
, CZECH REPUBLIC. /. Helmlnllml. 6I|:59.M I Mi 



. o ^^ 

RESPONSE O^P,^^ ON THE PATIfOlOCM 

^e ( ,^ a /s xmpos ,- umoM a(J ^ n/ ^'"T H 

September ^8, ISM. Rora, W f. H ed//Sd Ks j? $T md **>*"* ^aion Hotel, Seattle, 
|Cent.Appl, Entomof. & Parasito I Dep toTId |S?7 n ^'T' P ' W ' 13 ' 5 ' I994 ' FK 4 
0087^^ M o ' Un ' V " KeelG ' Staffordshif e ST5 5BG, 



SPP. TROM 
O. " ' ^ 48BM, O..c,, O. ^ O. fflx ,- ss , O. ^.c,,, 

OF MpNOClSte Ahm^^ AND CHARACTEKBATION 

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^ 

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nn CULTLJ RED IN A SEMI-CLOSFD 

FR 40(4) p *^ fjy ' 1 - "a'0 P- Herfcfc and/ames R. VWh 



: A MAJOROUK 

e/ lon to , ^ ^'^^ 

p. W-15.1. 1994. FR 40(4) * ' SeptBmber 4 ' 8 ' >^- Ronald p. Hedrick and fames R*VVtoi 

470 Hillsborougl1 st " Raleis 



- 

Qncorhynchtu tsfiaivybc/ia, 8 ' Xp> Stn '' Ore 8- State Univ., Hatfield Mar. Scr, Cent., Newport WJMJ 



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95-008804 Pal, R. N.; D. K. De and S. P. Ghosh. PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS ON HEALTH PROBLEM OF 
PUNTIUSJAVANICUS IN A SEWAGE-FED POND. /. Inland fish. Soc. India 1 7(1 M): 74-77 1985 FR 40(4) 
Gibehon catla, Qrrhmus mrigala, Labeo rohita, and Hypophthalmichthys molitrix. 

95-003305 Poulin, Robert. CLUTCH SIZE AND EGG SIZE IN FREE-LIVING AND PARASITIC COPEPODV A 
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS. Evolution 49(2):325.336. 1 995. FR 40(4) ^LPODS. A 

[Dep. Zool., Univ. Otago, P.O. Box 56, Dunedin, New Zealand] 

95-008806 Puga, Sonia and Luis Figueroa. \LEPOCREADIUM VALDIVIENSIS N SP (DIGFNFA. 
L D E '; t S EADIIDAE) PARASITE F fARAUCmHYS MICROPS "SMALL-EYED FLOUNDER"' IN SOUTH I CHILE I 
Bol. CM. Paras/to/. 4fl(3&4):55-57. 1 993. In Spanish with English summ. FR 40(4) ' 

|lnst. Parasilol., Univ. Austral de Chile, Casilla 567, Valdivia, Chile] 

95-008807 Rahman, M, F. AN INCIDENCE OF CESTODE UCULA INTESVNALIS (LINNAEUS) IN PUNTtlK 
DQRSAUS OERDON). /. Inland Fish. Sac. India 2 1 (1 );62-63. 1 989. FR 40(4) 0-NNiNAtUb) IN PUNJIUS 



95-008008 Raikova, E. V. and T, O. Kamencva. HOST-PARASITE RELATIONSHIPS IN THE M. 

f^EONorcnEs-^ 

Antm* I Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8 1994 Ronald P 
Hednck and lames R, Winton, organizers, p. P-47. 1 994. FR 40(4} 
[Inst, Cylol., Russian Acad. Sci, St. Petersburg, Russia] 

95-008809 Rajyalakshmi, I. and C. Vijaya Lakshml. DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES OF THF C.FN\ K 
CAMALLANUS RAILLIET ET HENRY, 1915 (NEMATODA: CAMALLANIDAE FROM FRESHWATER FKH 
BARBUS (PUWtUS) 7/CTO (GUNTHER) FROM KRISHNA RIVER, ANDHRA PRAXES I INoTflo/ S 
Paraiiroi49(1&2}:20-23. 1994. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(4) \UL:>H, INDIA. Bo/. CM 

|Dep, Zool., Andhra Univ., Visakhapatnam-530 003, Andhra Pradesh, India] 
95.008810 Rajyalakshmi, I. PROCAMAilANUS DIACANTHUM N. SP 

Hli 1 ? 1 ^^ ? F , M K AR '^ riSH l HNIUS ACANTH 

[1&2):15-19. 1994. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Zool., Andhra Univ., Visakhapatnam-530 003,. Andhra Pradesh, India] 

95-00881 1 Rashid, K. A.; M, L. Van Hauwaert; L Moens; M. Haque and A H Siddioi PURIFirATinw AMD 
PROPERTIES OF ISOPARORCHIS HYPSELOBACR, (TREMATO^ASSOTARoTcHl^^^^^ 

p A ' d Z s ^ 

August 1 995. Warren W. Burggren, ed,tor. Physiol. Zool. 68(4)Suppl. Sect,83. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
|Dcp. Uiocnem., Univ. Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium] Wallago attu. 

95-008312 Reavill ,Drury. GENERALIZED EDEMA Of ALIONHEAD GOLDFISH CARASSIUSAURATUS Proc 
Int. Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Med. Vol. 25. p. 180-181. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) ^uLo.rroc 

|Avian Med. Cent. Sacramento, 61 14 Greenback Ln., Citrus Heights, CA 95621] 



chards ' D ' T -J D - Hoolc; ). W. Lewis; E. Ewens and C. Arme. SANGUINICOLA INERMK PLEHN 

nANri?J? r?n nK?^ US W ' L): HOST CELLULAR RESPONSE T0 PARAsff EGGS AND 
CHANGES IN THE CELLULAR COMPOSITION OF HOST SPLEEN AND PRONEPHROS. International 

JnSSfi^iTC^'r' f" h: P ?ffl m and Ahm - Sheral " Hotel ' 5eMle ' Washing**, September 
4-&, I3IM. Ronald P. Hednck and lames R, Winlon, organizers, p. W-1 3, 2 1994 FR 40(4) 

IParawtal. Res. Lab., Dep. Biol. Sci., Keele Univ., Staffs ST5 5BG, England] 



?\liS>\ !^' B; J- W ' Lowls; L Ewcns and C Afme ' IN Vi ' fRO STIMULATION OF CARP 
L.) LYMPHOCYTES BY THE BLOOD FLUKE SANCUINICOIA INERMIS PLEHN 1905 

m n , ft"f ! k J"i mal , Hea '"' ; Pf 8ram (inc/ Abstritcts - S1]eritton Hole! ' Seatt/e ' Washington, 
Ronald P. Hedrlck and lames R. Winlon, organizers. p.W-13.4 1994 FR 40(4) 

|Par.isitol. Res. Lab., Dep. Biol. Sci., Keele Univ., Staffs ST5 5BG, England] 



f ARM?IN MnmiJSw r^wn 1 ; ^^^ . CCURRENCE Of CRYODAOYLUS SALARIS AT FOUR FISH 
if, . ^ w ,^ J -,? u N ^ ND ' /n ' wnatlona ' S>"nps'"m on ^^oaf/c An/ma/ Hcafth: Program and Abstracts. 
p W 1 J M 1994 FR ^40(4) (1 ' 5ep ' C/T1 ' }er 4 ' 8 ' '""' Ro/IitW p Hedricft and / am R - u "' n '"' o^antecw. 

[Dep. Zool., Univ. Oulu, Oulu, Finland] Salmo salar and 5. trutta. 

95-00881 Roberts, M. L and D. Hoolc. PRELIMINARY STUDIES ON THE HUMORAL IMMUNE RESPONSE 
OF CARP TO EXPERIMENTAL INFECTIONS OF S^CU/N/COM INERMIS (PLEHN ,1905 1 SaTtona/ 



, ana 

on AquatK Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
. Ronald P. Hednck and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-1 3.3. 1 994 FR 40(4) 

(CenL Appl. Enlomol. & Parasitol,, Dep. Biol. Sci,, Keele Univ., Keele, Staffordshire ST5 5BG, Endandl Cyprinus 
CiirfJio fn .Europe. ' /r 



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OTHER DISEASES AND PARASITES (Continued) 

EClTARA^ 

_ urrtKASi i ti ui- MARINE FISHS. tnt /. Parautol. 25(B):945-970 1 995 FR 40(4) 

IDep. Zool,, Univ. New England, Armidalc, N.S.W. 2351, Australia] Da.a for 102 species 

[Lakshmi: 7-1-65, Salyaprasad BWg., Chirm* Waltoir, Visakhapa.nam-530 023, Andhra Pradesh, India) 

* - - 



^ 

Fl JdT Mar Bi L & Rsh - R SenSliGl Sdl - Man & Atmos - Sd " Univ. Miami, Miami, FL] Pwnawnf/us ^n.-,h 

A^ITEOT&HUD^ 

FR 40(4) ES IN MEXIC AND CENTRAL AMERICA. /. Helminthol. 69i?):69-75. IS3i' 



A STUD V OF THE COMPOSITION OF IK 

In,, i. Pa MS J 2 5 pJ;S5Sf. fsS ^FR' (M NOCENEA ) USING X ' RAY ELEMENTAL 



|ln. AquaculL, l/niv. Sl iriin & Soling, FK9 4LA, Scotland] SaMtous fontJhafis and SaAno safer. 

?M^ THE B'OLOG,CAL CONTROL Or SNA! 

lEcotec Rnr R / bCHI ^ TOSOMIASIS BY ^H. Rev. ffch Bio/, fbh. 4(1):67-90. 1094. TR 40(4) 



i ?A , 2023 CA Haarlen,, Netherlands] 



OF MARINE FISH lmoSvm A 

^ '' Hea '" 1; 



RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HYOROP,[ 
A^ *"? CONTAMINANT EXPOSURE IN SEVERAUSP[f,3 



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FR 40(4) -, . ona f . Hed/fcfc afj[/ /amej R ^^^ org ^ /zers p 

NOAA ' 



JBW^ND'SSiwVA 1 " 1 ,?^^ Garrido - I FIRST REPORT OF - 

JbtK AND MIRANDA 1990 (NEMATODA: CAMALLANIDAG) IN CUL1URID 
rmt.j uor. CM. Parasite/. 48(3&4):51-54, T993. In Spanish with Er.^ 1 

l'n. Parasitol,, Uni, Austral de Chile, Casilla 567, Va.divia, chifej Oncor^ciius my *is s . 
"5-Q08B25 WliillinHinn I n -\i\tl r r L- 
GILLS AND BUCCAL CAVITv' OF THE CATFISH ^fi/US ALCEOSTOMATIN[: MONOGENEAN PROM1H ' 

[Dep. Parasiiol, Univ. QyeenslanrJ, Brisbane, Q|? 4072,' Australia] 

TlcTM B ENTAS A ^ OF FISH HOST MOLECULES ON 1^ 

on AqMic AntaiaJ He^/lh; Program SS/^^ 

ffona/dP. Hedrick and lames R. Wimnn nra , n ; ifl ^ 10 ' 1 Wo'el 5ea(I/e, IVas/i/ngfon, 5epie(r)ijef -J-fl, IS>J 
. . iirare. wi/itoft, oraan/zew. n. P-^i 100,1 CD ^nm r ' 



b, Dep. 

95-009B27 Williams, M. A- W C P Pn lin , , c 

MOLECUUR INVESTIGATIONS INTO THF BFwrnSi i/^ mpler; M ' Rand - w eaver; D. Hoole and C. torv 
tmernatf onal Symposium onAquaiic AnimatH Ih^ CNDROCRINOLOGY OF LIGULOSED KOAOI. 
September 4-3, 1 99-). Ronald P. Hedtick and lame ^"w^ and Abstracls - sl ^^lon Hotel, Seattle, Was/i/jig^, 
JParasilol. Res. Lab., Oep Biol Sri JfnoF u * ^ ,"" "' Organ ' ze '' s - P- W-13,6. 1994. fR 40(^1) 

. , ^eere Univ., Keele, Slaffordshire ST5 5BG, England] Rulttus rtHihu. 

FR 40(4) 

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95-OQB828 Yanc, C. Z, and 1.. J, Albrighl. AN EFFECTIVE METHOD FOR REDUCING MORTALITIES Ol 
SALMQNIDS WHEN EXPOSED TO LETHAL CONCENTRATIONS Of THE HARMFUL I'HYTOI'I.ANKTEK, 
CHWFTOCEKO5 CONCAVICORNI5. International Symposium on /U/i/.K/r Animal Health: I'm^ram und Abstracts. 
Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1 994. Ronald I'. Hwlrick and fumes It. Wlnton, (>rt',uni/.ws. 
p.W-JS.2. 1 994. FK 40(4) 

[Inst. Aquacull. Res., Dep. Biol. Sci., Simon Frasur Univ., IHirnaby, HC, Canada VSA 1Sf>] Onairhynchus 
kisulch. 

95-008829 Yang, C. 2, and L. J. Albright. OXYGEN RADICAL MEDIATED EFFECTS OP Tl IF TOXIC 
PHYTOPLANKTER, HETEROSIGMA AKASl-IIWO, ON JUVENILE SALMONIDS. Intwnntltmal Symposium on 
Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton HtMl, Suattfa, Washini'tun, Svptwnhw <l-ll, MW4. Ronald 
P.HedrickandfamesR. Winton, organizers, p. W-15.3. HMM. FR 40(4} 

|lnst, Aquacult. Res., Dep. Biol, Sci., Simon Fraser Univ., liuruaby, C, dn.id.i V!iA ISfi| 

95-008830 ZhoWiov, A, Ye. and A, N. Kas'yanov. ON THE I'OSSIItll ITY OF LISINCi I'AKASITFS AS 
BIOLOGICAL MARKERS TO IDENTIFY ECOMORPI IS OF ROACH, KUUI.US RUTHUS, IN RYIHNSK 
RESERVOIR./. Ichthyol. 3S(t):44-51. 199S. FR <JO{4) 

[Insl. Inland Wal&rs Biol., Russian Acad. Sci., Horok, Yaroslavl (. )|>|,ist, Kussi.i | 

POILUTION 

95-009831 Mind, A. and B. T. Barlaup. AVOIDANCE OF TOXIC MIXINC i /ONCS HY ATI AN rif SAI MON 
{SAtMO SALAR 1.) AND BROWN TROUT (SMMO1RUUA L) IN TIIL I.IMLD RIVER AUDNA SOUTI IFRN 
NORWAY, fnvton. Pottut. 90(2):203-20(i. 1995. FR '10(4) 

(Nonvegian Insl, Water Res., Reg. Off. Ucrgon, 7linni)lil('nsnt. .'*.'", N-. r OOH H(^tpn, Noivvay] 

95-008832 Baiber, Willard E.; Lyman L. McDonald; Wallaro I 1 . Eilckson .nut M;iik V.illarlni) FFFI'CT OF Tl II' 
fXXOWWUDCZOILSPILLONINTCRTIDALnSH:Antl.D STUDY. lr.itn.Am li-.lt S'oc U.|(4)'4f l |-47(, !')');' 

' '" 



JSth. Fish, & Ocean Sci,, Univ. Alaska, Fairbanks 997XS| A/inp/.irc/n/v pi/r/Ji/nvvi'c/i.-i, Xiphktcr , \itopurpitnw 
Pbofistaeia,OligQCQlttismacubsus, and data for 10 olrmr s|>i?dos in 



95-008835 Black, K. D-; M. C, B. Kleiner and N. MiicDou&ill. A SI 1C )KT S'l UDY ( >N Tl IF FNVIRC )NMI'N FAI 
IMPACT OF MARICULTURE IN GREEK COASTAL WATERS. MtjiKtm-s for Sun^n: AlHtr.irf, of ( untiilnitlnn* 
Presented at the International Conference "Ronfaaitx AtiuM-.ultuw '<>'!,' fttmlcitux, /'MMCC, March 1 t-^'i l<)')-t I 
Mwr and f.Sevila, compilers. Etir.Aquacult, Sue. .Spec, t'uhl. No. 21, p. f'i-xo. 1 <)')<!. FR 40(4) 

[Dunstaffnae&Mar. Lab,, P.O. Box 3, Oban PA34 4AD, Scollatid) ,S'/i,irin minims and /Jin'nir,in7iHs Inttrax. 



95-OOBB34 Brooks, JamesM.; Terry L.Waik-; HohhyJ. I'r^sli-yjusi! I . S.-rlt ,1110; TlH.in.is |. McDonald- ius 
|. Jackson; Dan L Wilkinson and Tamara F. Davis. TOXIC C( >NTAMINA I ION C )F A( )( IATK ' ( )IU ; ANI.SMS IN 
'' 



, .- r.tnt Shlnltv 

ant) Russell W.Kiesling, editors. Ca/vci(on toy Mi(n;s(,-ify/V(V[r.i/i) /'<//)/.( iltNIIM.. p. f.'i.f,/. i-i'M. FR 4(t('|) 
Cynoxion nebulosus, Pogonias crom/s, and Piirntirhthys /CI/IOU/HMM In Icx.is. 



95-OOfl335 Couillarcl, Catherine M,; I'eter V. I lotlson; I'li-m- ( laji'mn ,uid (iill.in ] I )ud',<m I I'SK )NS ANI > 
PARASITES IN WHITE SUCKERS, CATOSK>MUS aiMMIRSONI. N HI I A< ' I D-K HAM I'lM I* 
MILL<:ONTAMINATED AND REFERENCE RIVERS, tnvlnm. 'f,m;,l. ( 7... M((,) : Hl'i l-|(K,n. l')''i \ IR 40(4) 
|0ep. Fisli.S Oceans, Maurice Lamontagno Insl,, I'.O. llox HKIO, MotiMuli, \'(), ( '.inad.i CSH t/4| 

95-008836 Dumaresq,CliarlosG,THEOCCURRL'NCEOrARSi:NICAN|)IIFAVYMIIAM ONTAMINAUON 
FROM NATURAL AND ANTHROPOGENIC SOURCES IN T. ||; COI.AL. ARU , 1. i ^NFARI. >M? , ih 



95-003937 Ghosh, B. B.; M. M. Hagchl and I). K. DC. SOMI' OHSIRVAMONS ON Tl If mAim nr 

miSTDUSTRSPS'i^r ^ E , ST !" ;N(;AI '' WITI ' ' ' "^ ' ' " AVV N M rA! S 
THROUGH fNDUSTRFAL WASTES. /. Inland Tlth, Sm\ India I S( l-iiH-l-'i i. 1 'W t ER .|t)(.n 

Data for 20 species In India. 



^ I:NV,,<ONMLNT:MU,TIMLDIA 

nrr^^ ? , SYST ^ I r ft ! )CeW//n '' s Uf a " "'"'"''"'"'" VVo^-o/, ,, K(.,,,H>. ( ,, W K ft.r 
S ;Sf ^ 'n/orrnm/o/) Systems, 2-3 tclmnuy I!J!M, Nt<w Orhm ItHtMuM. M,,n(rJ 1 1,1,^, David 
. Sterna, aa fames B. Johnston, editors, p. 105-11 6. 1994. 1'R 40(4) 
|BC Envfron,, LamTs & Parks, Victoria, DC, Canada VOV I X5 



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POLLUTION (Continued) 



ailihurleyaflngr.wisc.edi,] "*"* Dr " Monon ' 1 ' Wl 53716, tel:60B-262-3979; 






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95-OOB846 tu ].R- H M' 

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POLLUTION (Continued) 

95-008852 Premdas, Peter D.; Tracy L. Metcalfe; Marirza E. Bailey and Chris D. Motcalfe THE PREVALENCE 
AND HISTOLOGICAL APPEARANCE OF LIP PAPILLOMAS IN WHITE SUCKERS tCATOSTOMUS 
COMMfRSONtt FROM TWO SITES IN CENTRAL ONTARIO, CANADA. / Ct. Lakes Res. 2 1(2):207-21 8. 1995 

|Dep BioL, Queen's Univ., c/o Environ. & Resour. Studies Program, Trent Univ., Peterborough, ON, Canada 
K9J 7BB| 

9S-008553 Summers, ). Kevin; John F. Paul and Andrew Robertson. MONITORING THE ErOI OnirAI 
CONDITION OF ESTUARIES IN THE UNITED STATES. Toxico/. Environ. Chem 49(1+2)-93-10a 1995 FR 40M) 
(U.S. Environ. Prol. Agency., Environ. Res. Lab., 1 Sabine Dr., Sabine Island, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561 ] 

95-QO&854 Thomann, Robert V. MODELING ORGANIC CHEMICAL FATE IN AQUATIC SYSTEMS' 
SIGNIFICANCE OF BIOACCUMULATION AND RELEVANT TIME-SPACE SCALES. fltodeyadatL to Role in 
Reducing Joxicity and Exposure to Environmental Contaminants - A Conference Held April 23-26 1993 Research 
Triangle Park, North Carolina. Lily Y. Young, Daniel Abramowicz, Martin Alexander, Robert Arnold Steven Aust 
fames Hunt, jodi Stiann, William Suk, and lames Tledfa organizers. Environ. Health Perspect SuDol. 103(SuDDl' 
5):53-57. 1 995. FR 40(4} ^ ' 

[Environ. Eng. Dep., Manhattan Coll., Riverdale, NY 10471. tet:71 8-920-0947; fax:718-796-981 2| 

95-OOB855 Trojanowski, Jan. FORMS OF PHOSPHORUS OCCURRENCE IN ORGANIC BOTTOM 
SEDIMENTS OF LAKES COMPRISING CAGE CULTURE OF TROUT. Pol. Arch. H y drobiot3W -67 78 J991 
In English with Polish summ. FR 40(4) ' 

95.0088S6 Trojanowski, Jan. THE EFFECT OF TROUT CULTURE ON WATER QUALITY OF LUPAWA RIVER 
Pot. Arck Hydrobtol. 37(3):383-395. 1990. In English with Polish summ. FR 40(4) LU WA KIVLK. 

95-008857 Ward, N.; P. Lowe; S. Seymour and J. Clark. RURAL RESTRUCTURING AND THE REGULATION 
OF FARM POLLUTION. Environ. Plann. A 27(8):1 193-1211. 1995. FR 40(4) KLUULAMUIN 

NE/ 7RU Kndf "" ^ *****' ^^ & F d Marke '" Un ' V ' Newcflstle u P n T V ne ' Newcastle upon Tyne 

^^P^^^'^^^.^'^-j;^^ 3 !:'^ R..J-_WilNams; C. A, L. Ishemo and R. Thomas. A METHOD 

ON RIVER SYSTEMS. A to 



[Dep. Phys. Geogr., Univ. Reading, Reading, England) 

95-008859 Young Lily Y; Daniel Abramowicz; Martin Alexander; Robert Arnold; Steven Aust; James Hunt; 
JtKli Shann; William Suk and James Tiedje, organizers. BIODEGRADATION: ITS ROLE IN REDUCING TOXICITY 
AND EXPOSURE TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINANTS - A CONFERENCE HELD APRIL 23-26 1993 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NORTH CAROLINA. Environ. Health Perspect. Suppl. 103(Suppl. 5):M 23. 199s! 
FR 40[4) 

Cenl. Agric. Mol. Biol,, Rutgers Univ., New Brunswick, N] 08903| Selected paper indexed in this issue of 

r 



Fiskenes Review. 
FISH KILLS 



c,, ,cA a d ,S?!c J ^J1;J ROPICAL REEr ' FISH D| SEASE OUTBREAKS AND MASS MORTALITIES IN 
FLOR DA, USA: WHAT IS THE ROLE OF DIETARY BIOLOGICAL TOXINSf D/s. Aquat. Org. 22(2):33-1 00. 1995. 
FR 40(4) 

[Mar. Res Insl., Dep. Environ. Prot., 100 8th Ave. S.E., St. Petersburg, FL33701-5095] Pomacant/ius arcuatus 
and data for 39 other specres, 

95-0088&J Matthews, Sue. TIDE OF DEATH: MARINE LIFE IN ST. HELENA BAY DEVASTATED BY A 
NATURALLY OCCURRING EVENT. Afr. Wildt. 49{2}:1 4-1 6. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[4 1 Ro5trevor y Arundel Rd., 7700 Rosebank, South Africa) 

95-008862 Tomasso, Joseph R., Jr. ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND DISEASES OF TEMPERATE 
FRESHWATER AND ESTUARINE FISFIES. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 240-246, 1993. 

rK *tU[ J tJ 

[Dep. Aquacult., Fish. & Wildl., Clemson Univ., Clemson, SC 29631 ] Data for 20 species. 

TOXICOLOGY; BIOASSAYS 

95-OOB863 Adams, William J.; Gregory R. Biddtnger; Kenneth A. Robillard and Joseph W, Gorsuch A 
SUMMARY OF THE ACUTE TOXICITY OF 14 PHTHALATE ESTERS TO REPRESENTATIVE AQUATIC 
ORGANISMS. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 14(9):1569-1574. 1995. FR 40(4} 

| ABC Lab. (USA), Inc., 7200 E. ABC Ln., Columbia, MO 65202) Pimephales promelas, Lepomis macrochinu, 
Cypntiodon vanegatus, and Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

141 )995 



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95-008864 AI-Chafs,5.M.HEAVYMFTAL CONCENTRATIONS INTHETISSUE OF 5P/\y?L/JMRMrORS)W 

1775 FROM THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 55(4):581-587. 1995, FR40(4) " 

IDcsert&Mar.Envlron. Res, Cent., United Arab Emirates Univ., P.O. Boxl 7777, AI-Ain, United ArabEmliatH| 

95.008865 Akaraz, G. and S. Espina. ACUTE TOXICITY OF NITRITE IN JUVENILE GRASS CARP MODIFIED 
BY WEIGHT AND TEMPERATURE. Bull. Environ. Contitm. Toxicol. 55(3):473-478. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Ecophysiol. Lab., Dep. Biol., Fac, Sci., Nail, Autonomous Univ. Mexico, Mexico D.F., CP 04510, 



95-008866 Allen, Paul. CHANGES IN TISSUE GLUTATHIONE LEVELS IN THE CICHLID OREOCHHQMTJ 
AUREUS (STEINDACHNERJ FOLLOWING LONG TERM EXPOSURE TO MERCURY, CADMIUM AND 1EAD. 
Toxicol. Environ. C/iem. 49(H2):M2. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Zool., Fac. Sci., Natl. Univ. Singapore, Lower Kent Ridge Rd., Singapore 05 1 1 1 

95-008867 Anderson, B. S,; J. W, Hunt; W. J. Piekarski; B. M. Phillips; M. A. Englund; R. S. Tieerdcma and! D. 
Goelzl. INFLUENCE OF SALINITY ON COPPER AND A2IDE TOXICITY TO LARVAL TOPSMELT AJt-KRINQX 
AFFINI$[fCf RES). Arch. Envimn. Contam. Toxicol. 29(3):366-372. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Mar. Pollul. Studies Lab., 34500 Coast Rt. 1, Granite Canyon, Monlerey, CA 93940] 

95008868 Anulacion, B. F.; M. S. Myers; M. 1. Willis and T. K. Collier. CYP1 A EXPRESSION IN TWO FLATFJiH 
SPECIES SHOWING DIFFERENT PREVALENCES OF CONTAMINANT-INDUCED HEPATIC DISEASE 
International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Was/irnfi&i 
September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and fames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-67. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Environ. Conserv. Div., NMFS/NOAA, Seattle, WA] Pleuronecten vetulus and Ptatichthys sJetfafiis h 
Washington. 

95-008869 Bakal, Robert S.; Thomas Smith and Gregory A. Lewbart. EMERGENCY CARE OF A MNCHOXOi 
[CYPRINUS CARP10) SUFFERING FROM ACUTE CHLORINETOXICITY. Proc. Int. Assoc. Aquat. Anim Med. VoL 
26.p.l4-15.1995.FR40(4) 

(N.C. Slate Univ., Coif, Vei. Med, Raleigh 27606] 

95-008870 Barron, Mace G.; Phillip W. Albro and William L, Hayton. BIOTRANSFORMATION OF 
D!{2-ETHYLHEXYL)PHTHALATE BY RAINBOW TROUT. Environ, Toxicol. Chem. 1 4(5);873-876. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[RCG/Hagler Bailly, Inc., P.O. Box Drawer O, Boulder, CO 80306] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-008871 Basu, T. K.; S. K. Sarkar and 5. Ganguly. LACTATE DEHYDROGENASE ACTIVITY - A TOSSIBL1 
CHEMICAL INDICATOR OF THE CARP'S RESISTANCE TO ADVERSE POND ECOSYSTEM, MOHUWI fe 
Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aqunculture W 
Bordeaux, trance, March 23-25, 1994. }. Muir and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec Publ. No l\ 
p. 135-136. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Biometry Res, Unit, Indian Slat. Insl., 203 Barrackpore Trunk Rd, Calcutla-700 035, India] Labeo lohitt. 
95-008872 Begum, Ghousia and Shantha Vijayaraghavan. CHRONIC EFFECTS OF DIMETHOATE ON THE 

?!F^?S4?J IVE POTENTIAL Of THE FRESH-WATER TELEOST, CLARIAS BATRACHUS. Pntic. Jd 
44(J):233"23b. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep, Zool., Osmania Univ., Hyderabad-500 007. A.P., India] 



S.o 8 Mc, w B c e v n nL^-^- ; A ' Sosa and T L 8 e't'nger. OXYGEN TOLERANCE OF FATHEAD MINNOM 
PREVIOUSLY EXPOSED TO COPPER, Bull. Emimn, Contam. Toxicol. 55<4}:51 7-524. 1995 FR 40(4) 
(Bellinger; Dep. Biol. Sci, Univ. N. Tex., P.O. Box 5218, Denton 76203] Pimephafa promefas. 

iJS!Jirr^S4rS?r!? a L and CI ' Ve W ' Evans " TOXICITY OF PULP AND PAPER MILL DFFLUENIS: 
ASSESSMENTUSING ZEBRAFISH EMBRYO-LARVAL ASSAYS AND EEL PATHOLOGY. International Syirowo 

on Aquatic Animal Heallh: Program Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 44, 1994. Wj 
V. Hednck anil lames K. Wmton, organizers, p. P-66. 1 994.. FR 40{4) 

|Dev. Biol. & Cancer Res. Group, EcotoxJcol. Unit, Sch. Biol. Sci., Univ. Auckland, Auckland, New ZwUnd 
Anguifla australis and Damp leito. 



*. ,*-. ... , - J ' Peimanen - HEAV Y METALS IN PERCH (PERCA FLUVIATIUS L) FROM TWO 
,n nc m .^ S ^ THE 5ALp AUSSELKA ESKER AREA IN FINLAND. Water Air Soil Potlttt. 81 (3/4):2fl3-!H 
1995. FR 40(4) ' ' ' 

[Dep. Ltmnor. & Environ. Prot,, P.O. Box 27, (Environ. Prot., Viikki), 000)4 Univ. Helsinki, Helsinki, HnM 

r5S25??TiJ???!iS^j9 l " eii chrislelle B&Hanger; Yvon Cadiou and Francois Galganl. JOINT ACTION OF 
wrS c , ? F S L ,'iJl ANTS ON THE ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE ACTIVITY OF SEVERAL MARINE 
SPECIES. cotoxico/oy4(4):266-279. 1995. FR40(4) 

IIFREMER, BP 1049, 44037 Nantes Cedex, France] Cattlonymus lyra and Solea solea. 
^40(4) , 42 10K 



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TOXICOLOGY; BIOASSAYS (Continued) 

95-008877 Bremle, Gudrun; Lennarl Okla and Per Larsson. UPTAKE OF PCBs IN FISH IN A CONTAMINATED 
RiVER SYSTEM: BIOCONCENTRATION FACTORS MEASURED IN THE FIELD. Environ. Sci Techno! 
1 91&);201G-2Q1 5. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Ecotoxicol., Dep. Ecol., Lund Univ., 223 62 Lund, Sweden! 

95-OQ8B78 Broderius, Steven ).; Michael D. Kahl and Marilynn D. Hoglund. USE OF JOINT TOXIC RESPONSE 
TO DEFINE THE PRIMARY MODE OF TOXIC ACTION FOR DIVERSE INDUSTRIAL ORGANIC CHEMICALS. 
Environ. Toxico!. Chetn. 14(9):1591-1605. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(U.S. Environ. Proi. Agency, Environ. Res. Lab.-Duluth, 6201 Congdon Blvd., Duluth, MN S5804| Pimephalcs 
promelas. 

95-008B79 Brown, f. A. and C. P. Waring. THE THYROIDAL STATUS OF BROWN TROUT EXPOSED TO 
ALUMINIUM IN ACIDIC SOFT WATERS. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology 
and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-M August J995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol, Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. 
SU1 74. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[BioJ. Sci., Univ. Exeter, Exeter, England] Salmo trutta. 

95-008880 Bunion, T. E.; M. J. Wolfe; H. S. Gardner and M. W. Toussanit. LIGHT MICROSCOPIC AND 
I WMUNOCYTOCHEWICAL EVALUATION OF OF UNUSUAL NEOPLASMS INDUCED IN MEDAKA(ORYZMS 
MT/PfS) BY W-WETHYL-N'-NITRO-W-NITROSO-GUANIDINE. /ntemalionar Symposium on Aquatic Animal 
Health: Program and Abstracts, Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1 994. Ronald P. Hedrick and 
/arnei R. Winter*, organizers, p. W-18.2. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[DJv. Camp. Med., Dep. Palhol., Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, MD 21218] 

95-008881 Burkliartt, Lawrence P. and Barbara R. Sheedy. EVALUATION OF SCREENING PROCEDURES FOR 
BtOCONCENTRATABlE ORGANIC CHEMICALS IN EFFLUENTS AND SEDIMENTS. Environ. Joxicol. Diem. 
14(4}:697-711. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[US. Environ, Prol. Agency, Environ. Res. Lab., 6201 Congdon Blvd., Duluth, MN 55804) Lepomis in Alabama. 

9S-0088fl2 Bumell, K. G.; K. C. MacDougal and P. Mericko, DISRUPTION OF SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION IN 
TELEOST LYMPHOCYTES BY XENOBIOTIC STRESSORS: THE HORMETIC RESPONSE TO MERCURIC AND 
METHYLMERCURIC CHLORIDE. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology and 
Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-M August (995. Warren W. Burggren, ed/lor. Physiot. Zoo/. &8(4)Suppl. 
Secl.:174. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Mar. Blorned. & Environ. Sci., Med, Univ. S.C., Charleston 29401 1 

95-008883 Bury, N, R,; f, B. Eddy and G, A. Codd. THE EFFECTS OF THE CYANO BACTERIUM MICROCYSJIS 
AFRUONOM, THE CYANOBACTERIALHEPATOTOXINMICROCYSTIN-LR, AND AMMONIA ON GROWTH 
RATE AND IONIC REGULATION OF BROWN TROUT./. Fish Biol. 46(6): 1 042-1 054. 1995. FR40(4) 
pep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Dundee, Dundee DD1 4HN, Scotland] Sa/mo Irulta. 

95-008884 Calumpang, S. M. F.; M. J. B. Medina; A. W. Tejada and J. R, Medina. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT 
OF TWO MOLLUSCIODES: NICLOSAMIDE AND METALDEHYDE IN A RICE PADDY ECOSYSTEM. Bull. 
Cnviron. Caniam. Toxkot. 55(4):494-501. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Tcjacta: Nail. Crop Prot. Cent., Univ. Philippines Los Banos, College, Laguna 4031, Philippines] 'filapin and 
Cyprimis carpto in the Philippines. 

95-0098B5 Camusso, Marina; Luigi Vigano and Raffaella Balestrini. BIOCONCENTRATION OF TRACE 
METALS IN RAINBOW TROUT; A FIELD STUDY. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Saf. 31(2):133-141, 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Inst. Ricerca sulla Acque, CNR, via Occhiate, 20047 Brugherio, Italy] Oncor/iync/ius myWss in Italy. 

95-OOB8B& Giamie, S. and R. Reimschuessel. GENTAMICIN NEPHROTOXICITY IN A MARINE FISH. Proc. Int. 
Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Med Vol. 25. p. 142-143. 1994, FR 40(4) 

(Aquat. P.ilhobiol. Cent., Dep. Palhol., 711 MSTF, Univ. Md. Sch. Med., Baltimore 2)201-1192. 
le!:4 10706-7230) Opsanus tail, 

95-008807 Chevreuil, Marc; Laurent Cranier and Anne-Marie Carru, RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BIOLOGICAL 
PARAMETERS AND BIOACCUMULATION OF SOME ORGANOCHLORINES (PESTICIDES, PCS) BY FISHES 
IM THE RIVER SEIN (FRANCE). Waler Air Soil Pollut. 81 (1/2 ):1 07-1 20. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

|lnst. Hydrol. & Climatol., Lab. Chim. anal. & Hydrol. gen., Univ. Paris VI, 4, PI. Jussicu, 75252 Paris Cedex 
05, France] Rtttilvs rutilus and Pcrca lluvialilis, 

95-OOS988 Choi, Moon-Sul and Naohide Kinae. [TOXIC EFFECT OF MICROPOLLUTANTS ON COASTAL 
ORGANISMS. I.TOXICITY ON SOME MARINE FISHES.] Bull. Korean Fish. Soc. 27(5):529-534. 1994. In Korean 
iviih English surnm. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Mar. Dcv., Kunsan Natl. Univ., Kunsan, Korea) Paralichtliys olivaceus, Mug/7 cephalus, and Sebasfes 
schtegpH. 

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BIOMARKER. fraKxicobgy 4d):157-l 68. 1 995. f R 40(4) WATERS. A POSSIIII 

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|U.S. Environ. Prol. Agency, Environ. Res. Lab., 1 Sablne Dr., Gulf Breeze, FL 32561] Rivufa niarmofjfB. 



. 

iSS. ^ Bi K ' flnd A " Kavira '- '^FLUENCE OF POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE COBALT cm ORi 
AND DIETARY SUPPLEMENT OF VITAMIN 8 COMPLEX ON THE HISTOPATHOl OG CAI r I^Nrp 

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pn: ' Cullman - A SYSTCM FOR CONDUCTS 
LARVAL FISH. Environ. Toxicol. Cham. 14(B):1369-139t. 1995. 



(Dep, ZooL, Miami Univ., Oxford, OH 45056| 






|Dep. Zool., Miami Univ., Oxford, OH 45056] Pimephales promelas. 
ONAfROMSPARUSAURATA LIVEt 
liv. Cordoba, 14071 -Cordoba, Spain] 












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ni, Md. Sys,., W ye Res, & M uc. Cen., Q u ns,own 21658] Lephafcs pmmc/as . 



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Aquatic Ani^A^^bho SAL/ ^ ON L : AN ETHOLOGICAL MODEL. Internal 



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TOXfCQLOGY; BIOASSAYS (Continued) 

95-006902 Folmar, LeroyC.and Nancy D. Denslow. VITELLOGENIN AND APOLIPOPROTEIN A-l AS TUMOR 
MARKERS IN 8ROWN BULLHEADS AND RAINBOW TROUT. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal 
Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1 994. Ronald P. Hedrick and 
fames R. Wirtton, organizers, p. P-6B. 1994. FR 40(4} 

[U.S. Environ. Prot. Agency, Gulf Breeze, FL] OncorViync/ius mykiss and Ameiurus nebulosus. 

95-008903 Fournie, ]. W. and W, K. Vogelbein. EXOCRINE PANCREATIC NEOPLASMS IN THE 
MUMMICHOG (FUNDULUS HETEROCLITUS) FROM A CREOSOTE-CONTAMINATED SITE. International 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4-d f 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R, Winton, organizers, p. W-18.3. 1994. FR 40(4) 
|U .5. Environ. Prot. Agency, Environ. Res. Lab., 1 Sabine Dr., Gulf Breeze, FL 32561] 

95-008904 Francis-Floyd, Ruth; Brad Bolon and Peggy Reed. FLUBENDAZOL TOXICITY IN DISCUS 
{SYMPHYSODON SP.). Proc Int. Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Met/. Vol. 25. p. 61 , 1 994. Abslracl only. FR 40(4) 
|Colf. Vet. Med., Univ. Fla., Gainesville 32601 ] Pterophyllum scalare. 

95-008905 Gagne, F. and C. Blaise. EVALUATION OF THE GENOTOXICITY OF ENVIRONMENTAL 
CONTAMINANTS IN SEDIMENTS TO RAINBOW TROUT HEPATOCYTES. Environ. Toxicol. Water Qua/. 
10d):217-229. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Environ. Canada, St. Lawrence Cent., 1 05 McGill, Montreal, PQ, Canada H2Y 27| Oncor/iync/ius mykiss. 

95-008906 Gagne, Francois; Sylvain Trottier; Christian Blaise; Jim Sproull and Bill Ernst. GENOTOXICITY OF 
SEDIMENT EXTRACTS OBTAINED IN THE VICINITY OF A CREOSOTE-TREATED WHARF TO RAINBOW 
TROUT HEPATOCYTES. Toxicol. Lett. (Amst.) 78(3):1 75-1 82. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

|Sl. Lawrence Cent, Environ, Canada, 105 McGill, Montreal, PQ, Canada H2Y 2E7] Onccr/iyric/ius mykiss. 

95-003907 Genlhner, Fred J. and Douglas P. Middaugh. NONTARGET TESTING OF AN INSECT CONTROL 
FUNGUS: EFFECTS OF METARHIZIUM ANISOPLIAE ON DEVELOPING EMBRYOS OF THE INLAND 
SILVERS1DE FISH MENIDIA BERYLLINA. Dis. Aquat. Org, 22(3);163-171. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|U.S. Environ. Prot, Agency, Environ, Res. Lab., 1 Sabine Island Dr., Gulf Breeze, FL 32561 1 

95-008908 George, D. B,; S. G. Berk; V. D. Adams; R. S. Ting; R, O, Roberts; L. H. Parks and R. C. Loll. TOXICITY 
OF ALUM SLUDGE EXTRACTS TO A FRESHWATER ALGA, PROTOZOAN, FISH, AND MARINE BACTERIUM. 
Arch Environ. Conlam. Toxicol. 29(2):149-158. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Cent. Manage. Util. & Prot. Water Resour., Tenn. Technol. Univ., Box 5033, Cookeville 38505| Pimephales 
promelns. 

95-008909 George, S. G.; J. S. Christiansen; B. Klllie and J. Wright. DIETARY CRUDE OIL EXPOSURE DURING 
SEXUAL MATURATION INDUCES HEPATIC MIXED FUNCTION OXYGENASE (CYP1A) ACTIVITY AT VERY 
LOW ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURES IN POLAR COD BOREOCADUS SAIDA. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 
1220-3}:307-312. 1995, FR 40(4) 

|NERC Unit Aquat. Biochem., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-008910 Giesy, J. P., et al. CONTAMINANTS IN FISHES FROM GREAT IAKES-1NFLUENCED SECTIONS 
AND ABOVE DAMS OF THREE MICHIGAN RIVERS: III. IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH OF BALD EAGLES, Arch. 
Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 29(3):309-321. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish. & Wildl., Pestic. Res. Cent. & Insl. Environ. Toxicol., Mich. State Univ., East Lansing 48824-1 222| 

95-OOB911 Gfickman, Andrew H.; Howard C. Alexander; Robert ). Buccnfusco; Carl R. Morris; Barbara O. 
Francis; Donald C. Surprenant and Timothy J. Ward, AN EVALUATION OF THE AQUATIC HAZARD OF 
CUMENE (ISOPROPYL BENZENE). EcoHxdcol. Environ. Saf. 31(3):287-289. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Chevron Res. & Technol. Co., 100 Chevron Way, Richmond, CA 94706) O/icor/iyrtcnus mykiss and 
Cyprinodon vatiegatus. 

95-003912 Glynn, P. W.; D. G. Rumbold and S. C. Snedaker. ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN 
MARINE SEDIMENT AND BIOTA FROM THE NORTHERN FLORIDA REEF TRACT. Mar. Pollut Bull. 
30J6}:397-402. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Oiv. Mar. Blol, & Rsh., Rosenstiel School Mar. & Atmos. Sci., Univ. Miami, 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway, 
Miami, FL 33149] Haemulon plumierl. 

95-008913 Gnyubkin, V. F. and P, G. Semen'kov. [THRESHOLD CONCENTRATIONS OF IONS OF ZINC 
AND COPPER FOR THE STINGRAY DASYATIS PASTINACA.] Mar. Biologtya Morya (Vladivostok) 20(5):396-401 . 
1994. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Sensory Physlol. Group, Karadag Branch, Inst. Biol, South, Seas, Acad. Sci. Ukraine, Feodosia 334876, 
Ukraine |i 

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95-008914 Gobas, Frank A. P. C; Michael N. Z'Graggen and Xin Zhang. TIME RESPONSE OF THE LAKE 

ONTARIO ECOSYSTEM TO VIRTUAL ELIMINATION OF PCBs. Environ. Sci. & Tec/ino/. 29(8):2038-204&, 1995. 

FR4Q(4) 

[Sen. Resour. & Environ. Manage., Simon Fraser Univ., Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 156. 161:604-291-5928; 
fax:604-291-4968; e-maikgobas@sfu.ca)/Wosa pseuc/o/iarengus, Coitus cognalus, Osmerus mordax, and Sa/vefinur 
namaycuih. 

95-OOS9I5 Goodwin, L. K. and D. M. Ensor. CHANGES IN IMMUNE PARAMETERS OF GASTEROSKU5 
ACULEAUIS {1.) IN RESPONSE TO SUBLETHAL CONCENTRATIONS OF HEAVY METALS. Internatlonat 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, Septembef 
4-9, )994, Ronald P. Hedrick and fames R. Winlon, organizers, p. W-11.2. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Environ. & Evol. Bio)., Univ. Liverpool, P.O. Box 1 47, Liverpool L69 3BX, England] 

95-008916 Grimwood, Mark |. and Tony ), Dobbs. A REVIEW OF THE AQUATIC ECOTOXICOLOGY OF 
POLYCHLORINATED DIBENZO-p-DIOXINS AND DIBENZOFURANS. Environ. Toxicol. Water Qua!. 
10(1):57-75. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Water Res. Cent. (WRc), Medmenham, P.O. Box 16, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, SL7 2HD, England) Dala 
for nine species. 

95-00891 7 Guillen, J. L; M, I ndo and H. Kawatsu. AMMONIA TOXICITY TO MARINE FISH LARVAE TOR 
AQUACULTURE PURPOSES IN SOUTHERN JAPAN. International Symposium on Aquatic Animaf Heallh: 
Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald I'. Hedrick and lames 
R. Winton, organizers. p. W-1S.fr. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish., Fac. Aquacull., Univ. MEyazaki, Gakuen Kibanadai, Miyazaki 889-21, Japan] Pagrus major and 
Nibea japonica. 

95-000918 Hall, Lenwood W., Jr.; Michael C. Ziegenfuss; Ronald D. Anderson and Brent L Lewis. THE EFFECT 
OF SALINITY ON THE ACUTE TOXICITY OF TOTAL AND FREECADMIUM TO ACHESAPEAKE BAY COPETOD 
AND FISH, Mar. PoSut Bull. 30{6};376-3B4. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Ujiiv, Md., Agric. Exp. Sin., Wye Res. & Educ. Cent, P.O. Box 169, Queenstown 21658] Cyprinodon 



95-008919 Hall, Lenwood W., Jr. and Ronald D. Anderson. THE INFLUENCE OF SALINITY ON THE TOXICITY 
OF VARIOUS CLASSES OF CHEMICALS TO AQUATIC BIOTA. CriL Rev. Joxicol. 25(4):2B1 -346. 1995, FR 10(4) 
[Univ. Md. Syst, Agric, Exp. Sin., Wye Res. & Educ. Cent., P.O. Box 169, Queenstown 2165B] 

$5-008920 Hall, W. S. and C. W, Pulliam. AN ASSESSMENT OF METALS IN AN ESTUARINE WETLANDS 
ECOSYSTEM. Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxico/. 29(2):1 64-1 73. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(Pulliam: Eckenfelder Inc., 227 French Landing Dr., Nashville, TN 37228] Fundulus heteroclittis in New Jersey. 

95-008921 Hamza-Chaffai, A.; R. P. Cosson; C. Anil ard-Triq net and A, Et Abed. PHYSICO-CHEMICAL FORMS 
OF STORAGE OF METALS [Cd, Cu AND Zn) AND METALLOTHIONEIN-LIKE PROTEINS IN GILLS AND LIVES 
OF MARINE FISH FROM THE TUNISIAN COAST: ECOTOXICOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES. Camp. B/'oclicm. 
Wiy*ta/.CramiacolL TbxicoUndoamo/. 111(2);329-341. 1995. FR 40(4) 

flPEIS, BP 805, Rle. Menzel chaker, 3000-SFAX, Tunisia. tel:(4}241 403; fax;(4)246 347] Diptodus anmtljrit. 
Scorpaena porcus, and 5. scrota. 

95-008922 Harlwell, 5. Ian; David M. Jordahl; Joyce E. Evans and Eric B. May. TOXICITY OF AIRCRAFT DE-ICE ft 
AND ANTI-ICER SOLUTIONS TO AQUATIC ORGANISMS, Environ. Toxico/. Chem. 14(0}:137S-13Blj. 1W5. 
FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Nat Resour, Tidewater Admin., Chesapeake Bay Res. & Monitoring Div., Annapolis, MD 2M01| 
Pimephates prome/as in Maryland. 

95-008923 Hubert, Craig E, and Karen A, Keenleyslde. TO NORMALIZE OR NOT TO NORMALIZE? FAT IS 
THE QUESTION. Environ. Toxico/. Chem. 14(5):801-807. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Environ. Canada, Canadian Wild). Serv., Nail, Wilcll. Res. Cent., 100 Gamelin Blvd., Hull, PQ, Canada KIA 
OH3] Pi'mepha/es notatus and Nolropls hudsonius. 

95-008924 Hecht,JodiEliseDorfman.ACUTEEFFECTSOFTHEORGANOPHOSPI-IATEPESTICIDENUVAN m 
ON THE OPTICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF CULTURED ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO .MMflJ 
LENSES. M.S. thesis, Univ. Waterloo (Canada) 1 18p. 1994. From Maslers Abstr. Int. 33(2):530. 1995, Order No. 
MAMM89550. FR40(4) 

95-008925 Heger, Wolfgang; Simone-Jacquelrne Jung; Sabine Martin and Horst Peter. ACUTE AND 
PROLONGED TOXICITYTO AQUATIC ORGANISMS OFNEW AND EXISTING CHEMICALS AND PESTICIDES. 
C/iemosp/iere 31 (2):2 707-2726. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Umwellbundesamt,, Bismaickpl. 1, D-14193 Berlin, Germanyl 

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95008926 Hellou, ).; W. G. Warren and C. Mercer. ORGANOCHLORINES IN PLEURONECTIDAE: 
COMPARISON BETWEEN THREE TISSUES OF THREE SPECIES INHABITING THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC, 
Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxitol. 29{3):302-308. 1995. FR4Q(4) 

[Sci. Branch, Dep. Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 5667, Si-John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1) Reinhardtius 
s, Hippogtossoides platessoides, and Plcumnectes ferrugineus. 



95*08927 Hinlon, D. E. BIOMARKERS AS INDICATORS OF TOXIC EXPOSURE AND EFFECT, frilemaf/ona/ 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4-8, 1994. Ranald P. Hedrick and fames R. Winton, organizers, p. IV-1 . 1 994. FR 40(4) 
| Dep. Anal., Physiol. & Cell Biol., Univ. Calif,, Davis 95616] 

95W8928 Holladay, S. D.; S. A. Smith and H. EI-Habback. ALTERED PRONEPHRIC MACROPHAGE 
PHAGOCYTOSIS IN TILAPIA (OREOCHROM1S NILOJICUS) EXPOSED TO 1 PART-PER-BILLION OF THE 
ORCANOPHOSPHATE INSECTICIDE, CHLORPYRIFOS. //iternat/ona/ Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: 
Program and Abslracts, Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and James 
R. Winton, oigartizers. p. P-71 . 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. BiomedSci., Va.-Md. Reg. Coll. Vel. Med., VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061] 

95-O06929 Hontela, Alice; Pierre Durnoni; Dominick Duclos and Rejean Fortin. ENDOCRINE AND 
METABOLIC DYSFUNCTION IN YELLOW PERCH PERCA FLAVESCENS, EXPOSED TO ORGANIC 
CONTAMINANTS AND HEAVY METALS IN THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER. Envfron. Tox/co/. Chem. 1 4(4):725-731. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. ScL BioL, TOXEN, Univ. Quebec, C.P. 8088, Succ. A, Montreal, PQ, Canada H3C 3P8] 

95*00930 Horsberg, T. E.; K, Ingebriglsen; S. Ngethe and E. Milema. SPECIES DIFFERENCES IN THE 
DISPOSITION OF AFLATOXIN Bi BETWEEN RAINBOW TROUT AND TILAPIA. International Symposium on 
Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald 
P. Hedrick and fames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-69. 1994. PR 40(4) 

{Norwegian Coll. Vet. Med., Oslo, Norway] Oncor/iync/ms mykiss and Tilapla nihtica. 

95-OQB93 1 (ohnsen, Kjeil; Kaj Maltsson; Jukka Tana; Trevor R, Stuthridge; Jarl Hemming and Karl J. Lehtinen. 
UPTAKE AND ELIMINATION OF RESIN ACIDS AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES IN RAINBOW TROUT 
EXPOSED TO TOTAL MILL EFFLUENT FROM AN INTEGRATED NEWSPRINT MILL. Envfron. Tox/co/. Chem. 
H|9):156M560. 1995. FR40(4) 

[Norwegian Pulp & Paper Res,. Inst., P.O. Box 24, Blindern, N-031 3 Oslo, Norway] Oncor/iyncbus myfciss. 

95-008932 Kane, Andrew S. and Michael M. Llpsky. IN VITRO GLUCURONYLTRANSFERASE KINETICS TO 
ASSESS THE RELATIVE TOXICITY OF AQUEOUS PHENOLS IN FISH, Proc. Int. Assoc. Aquat. An/m. Med. Vol. 
25. p. 1 65. 1994. Abstract only. FR40(4) 

[Aquat. Palhobtal. Cent., Dep. Pathol., Univ. Md. Sch. Med., 10 S. Pine St., Baltimore 21201-1192. 
td;4 10-706-7230] Petiomyzon tnarinus, Ictalurus punctatus, Oncorhynchus mykiss, and iepomts mactochirus. 

9S-0069J3 Kennedy, Christopher ).; Ruston M. Sweeting; Jeffrey A, Johansen; Anthony P. Farrell and Brian A. 
McKeo. ACUTE EFFECTS OF CHLORINATED RESIN ACID EXPOSURE ON JUVENILE RAINBOW TROUT, 
ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS. Environ. Tox/co/. Chem. 1 4(6):977-902. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. BioL Sci., Simon Fraser Univ., Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1 S&J 

95flOB934 KTtzman, Joseph V. SPECIFIC ION AND TOXICOLOGIC ANALYSIS. In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. 
Sloskopf, editor, p. 204-209. 1993. FR 40(4) 

[Coll. Vel. Med,, Miss. Stale Univ., Mississippi State 397621 

95-008935 Knobcloch, Lynda M.; Meg Ziarnik; Henry A. Anderson and Vernon N. Dodson. IMPORTED 
SEABASS AS A SOURCE OF MERCURY EXPOSURE: A WISCONSIN CASE STUDY. Environ. Health Perspect. 
1Q3(6):&04-60 6. 1995. FR40(4) 

(Bureau Public Health, Dep. Health & Social Serv., Madison, Wl 53703] 

9S-OOB936 Knudsen, P. K. and F. B. Jensen. POTASSIUM BLANCE IN CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO) DURING 
ANDFOLLOWINC NITRITE EXPOSURE. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiology 
and Biocb&nistiy, Biimlngham, UK, 6-H August J995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4}Suppl. 
Secl,:175. 1995. Abstract only. FR40(4) 

|lfist. Biol., Odense Univ., Odense, Denmark) 

95-008937 Kraal, Marco H.; Michlel H. S. Kraak; Chris ). de Groot and Cees Davids. UPTAKE AND TISSUE 
DISTRIBUTION Of DIETARY AND AQUEOUS CADMIUM BY CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO). Ecofox/co/. Environ. 
Sa!. 31 [2>:1 79-183, 1995. FR 40{4) 

k: Dep. Aqual. Ecotoxicol,, Univ. Amsterdam, Kruislaan 320, 1098 SM Amsterdam, Netherlands] 



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95-008938 Kruge*, R. FISH TISSUES - POSSIBLE BIOMARKERS FOR POOR WATER CONDITION. 
International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington 
September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and fames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-70. 1994. FR 40(4} 

(Dep. Fish Cult. & Fish Palhol., InsI- Freshwater & Fish EcoL, Berlin, Germany] Rutitus rutilus in Germany. 

95-008939 Kryshev, 1. 1. RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINATION OF AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS FOLLOWING THE 
CHERNOBYL ACCIDENT./. Environ. Raciioact. 27(3}:207-2 19. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|lnsl. Exp. Meteorol, SPA 'Typhoon/ 82 Lenin Ave., Obninsk, Kaluga Reg, 249020, Russia] 

95-008940 Laverock, M, \:, M. Slephenson and C. R. Macdonald. TOXICITY OF IODINE, IODIDE, AND 
IODATETO DAPHNIA MAGNA AND RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS). Arch. Environ, Conlwi 
Joxkot. 29(3):344-350. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[AECL Res., Whileshell lab,, Pinawa, MB, Canada ROE 1 LO] 

95-008941 Ling, Yong-Chien; Der-Kau Soong and Mei-Kuei Lee. PCDD/DFs AND COPLANAR PCBi IK 
SEDIMENT AND FISH SAMPLES FROM THE CR-JEN RIVER IN TAIWAN. Chemosphere 31(3);2863-2S72. 1995 
FR40(4) 

[Dep. Chem., Nail. Tsing Hua Univ., Hsinchu, Taiwan 30043] Megalops cyprinoktes, Tilapia nios-sambka, 
Va/amugi7 cunnesws, and data for five olher species. 

95-008942 lorrtax, D. P.; C. H. Harness; L. L Johnson; M. S. Myers and U. Varanasi. USE Of THE HOCKEY 
STICK REGRESSION MODEL TO DETERMINE THRESHOLD LEVELS FOR SUBLETHAL EFFECTS OF 
SEDIMENT-ASSOCIATED AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS ON BENTHIC MARINE FISH. frilemarioniT 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, .September 
4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and James R. Win ton, organizers. p.W-8.3. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Envifon. Conserv. Dfv., NMFS, NOAA r Seattle, WA] Pleuronectes americanus, Genyonemus lincakis, and 
Pteuronecles vetufus. 

95-008943 Lolls, Joseph William, Jr. and Arlhur Jay Stewart. MINNOWS CAN ACCLIMATE TO TOTAL 
RESIDUAL CHLORINE. Environ. Toxico!. Chem. 14(a):l365-1374. 1995. PR 40(4) 
[ABC Lab., Inc., 7200 E. ABC Ln., Columbia, MO 65202J Wotem/gonus crysoleucas. 

95-008944 Lolls, Joseph W., Jr. MINNOWS CAN ACCLIMATE TO TOTAL RESIDUAL CHLORINE. M.S. ihcsis, 
Te/in. Techno/. Univ. 1994. FR 40(4) 

95-008945 Lu, J.-R.; hL Miyala; C.-W. Huang; H.-T. Tsai; V.-Z. Sheng; T. Nakao; Y. Mase; O. Aoznsa and S 
Ohla. CONTAMINATION LEVELS OF PCDDs, PCDFs AND NON-ORTHO CHLORINE SUBSTITUTED 
COPLANAR PCBs IN MILKFISH AND CRAB FROM CULTURE POND AND COASTAL AREA NEAR OPEN-MS 
1NCINERATIONSITES FOR METAL RECLAMATION IN WAN-LI, TAIWAN, REPUBLIC OFCHINA. Chemosphw 
31(3):2959-2970. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Chem,, Chun^ Yuan Christian Univ. Chung-Li, Taiwan 32039] C/ianos c/ianos. 

95-008946 Malla Reddy, P. and Md. Bashamohidecn. ALTERATIONS IN PROTEIN METAEtOLISM W 
SELECTED TISSUES OF FISH, CYPRINUS CARPIO, DURING SUBLETHAL CONCENTRATION Of 
CYPERMETHRIN, Environ. Monit. Assess. 3&(2);1 83-190. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep, ZooL, Sri Krfshnadevaraya Univ., Ananlapur-515 003, Andhra Pradesh, India] 

95-008947 Marefc, Jan; Elzbieta Szutkowska-Wojnczek and Zofia Czarna. THE EFFECT OF COPPER (Cu 2 'j0.4 
CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO L.) JUVENILES IN A LABORATORY EXPERIMENT. Pol. Arch. HydmbSd 
38(3-4):485-494. 1991. In English with Polish summ. FR40(4) 

95-008948 Marlel, P. H,; T. G. Kovacs; B. I. O'Connor and R, H. Voss. A LABORATORY EXPOSURE 
PROCEDURE FOR SCREENING PULP AND PAPER MILL EFFLUENTS FOR THE POTENTIAL OF CAUSING 
INCREASED MIXED FUNCTION OXIDASE ACTIVITY IN FISH. Environ. Pollul. 89(3):229-240. 1 995. FR 40H! 
[Pulp & Paper Res. Inst. Canada, 570 St. John's Blvd., Pointe-Claire, PQ, Canada H9R 3J9] Oncaibynttiui 
mykiss. 

95-008949 Malhur, Anil K.; Brahma N. Gupta; Chltra Agarwal; Shalini Arora and Abhlmanyu Singh, EFFECTS 
OFLINEARALKYLBENZENESULPHONATE ON FISH:AN/NWVOSTUDY.PoMrc/i. H/t/fofaiW. 37(3J:413-J1B. 
1990. In English with Polish summ. FR 40{4) 
Channa punclala. 

95-008950 Malishov, G. G.; D. G. Malishov and C. Rissanen, CHARACTERISTICS OF RADIONUCLIW 
ACCUMULATION IN 8ENTHIC ORGANISMS AND FISH OF THE BARENTS AND KARA SEAS. Dottl. Biot, Sti. 
Vol. 342. p. 271-272. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Murmansk Inst. Mar. Biol,, Kola Sci. Cent, Russian Acad. Sd, ul. Vladimirskaya 17, Murmansk, 1B3i 
Russia) 

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95-008951 McDonald, S. ).; M. C. Kennicult II; H. Liu and S. H. Safe. ASSESSING AROMATIC 
HYDROCARBON EXPOSURE IN ANTARCTIC FISH CAPTURED NEAR PALMER AND McMURDO STATIONS, 
ANTARCTICA. Arch. Environ. Co/Ham. Tox/co/. 29{2):232-240. 1995, FR 40(4) 

[Geochem. & Environ. Res. Group, Tex. A&M Univ., 833 Graham Rd, College Station 77845] Notolhenia 
gibbeiiirons. 

95-00&952 McCinness, Kellie L; Greta A. Fryxell and John D. McEachran. PSEUDONIUSCHIA SPECIES 
FOUND IN DIGESTIVE TRACTS OF NORTHERN ANCHOVIES (ENGRAULIS MORDAX). Can. }. Zoo/. 
73(4):&42-&'17, 1995. In English with French summ. FR 40(4) 

|Gerve Technol. Lab., Inst. Dev. & Mol. Biol., BSBW 437, Tex. A&M Univ., College Station 77843-31 55| 

95-008953 Minvey, Margaret; Michael C. Newman; Ann Chazal; M. Michele Keklak; M. Gay Heagler and L. 
Stan Hales Jr. GENETIC AND DEMOGRAPHIC RESPONSES OF MOSQUITOFISH (CAMBUSIA HOLBROOKI 
CIRARD 1859) POPULATIONS STRESSED BY MERCURY. Environ. Tox/co/. C/iem. 14(8):t4t 1-1418. 1995. 



(Univ. Ga., Savannah River Ecol. Lab., P.O. Drawer E, Aiken, SC 29802] 

95-008954 Murugesiin, A. C.; M. A. Haniffa and N. Sukumaran. H I STO PATHOLOGICAL CHANGES IN THE 
GILLOF CAT-FISH, HETEROPNEU5Tf5fOS5/L/S(BLOCH), EXPOSED TO TEXTILE-MILL EFFLUENTS. International 
Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 
4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. P-106. 1994, FR 40(4) 

[Manonmaniam Sundaranar Univ., Sri Paramakatyani Cent. Environ. Sci., Alwarkurichi-627 41 2, Tamil Nadu, 
India] 

95-008955 Mumgesan, A. G. and M. A. Haniffa. HISTOPATHOLOGICAL AND HISTOCHEMICAL CHANGES 
IN THE LIVER OF CAT-FISH, HTCROPNUSTE5 FOSSILIS (BLOCH), EXPOSED TO TEXTILE-MILL EFFLUENT. 
Measures (or Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture 
"94/ Bordeaux, fiance, March 23-25, 1994. /. Mtiir and F. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Aquaculi Soc. Spec. Pub/. No. 
21. p. 93-94. 1994. FR 40(4) 

jManonrrianiam Sundar.inar Univ., Sri Paramakalyani Cent. Environ. Sci., Alwarkurich-627 412, Tamil Nadu, 
IndiaJ 

95-OOB95& Myers, M. S.; L. L. Johnson; O. P. Olson; C. M. Slehr; B. B. McCain; S.-L. Chan and U. Varanasi. 
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TOX1COPATHIC HEPATIC LESIONS AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANT 
EXPOSURE IN MARINE BOTTOMFISH SPECIES FROM THE NORTHEAST AND PACIFIC COASTS OF THE USA. 
international Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, 
September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. IV-2. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Environ, Conserv. Div., NMFS/NOAA, Seattle, WA] P/euronecies nmericamis, P. vetulus, Platichthys stellatus, 
and Cenyonemiis linsatus. 

95-008957 Nancla, Saumyendra. TOXICITY OF SELECTED BIOCIDES ON THE COMMON CARP, CYPRINUS 
CARPIO (LINN.). Mysore I. Agric. Sci. 25(3):398-399. 1991. Abstract only. ER 40(4) 

95-00895-13 Newstcd, )ohn L.; John P. Glesy; Gerald T, Ankley; Donald E. Tillitt; Robert A. Crawford; Jay W. 
Coach; Paul D, Jones and Michael S. Denison. DEVELOPMENT OF TOXIC EQUIVALENCY FACTORS FOR PCB 
CONGENERS AND THE ASSESSMENT OF TCDD AND PCB MIXTURES IN RAINBOW TROUT. Environ. Tox/co/. 
C/iem. 1 4(5}:86 1 -871 . 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish. & Wild!., Pesticide Res. Cent., Inst. Environ. Toxicol., Mich, Slate Univ., East Lansing 48824-1 222] 
Qncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-008959 Oliveira Ribeiro, C. A,; L. M. Fernandes; C. S. Carvallio; R. I. Cardoso and N. M. Turcatli. ACUTE 
EFFECTS Or MERCURIC CHLORIDE ON THE OLFACTORY EPITHELIUM OF TR/CHOMVCTERUS BRASILIENSIS. 
Ecoloxfcot. Environ. 5,iC. 31(2):104-109. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Biol, Cel., Univ. Fed. Parana, Caixa P.O, 19031, CEP 81531-970, Curitiba PR, Brazil] 

95*008960 Palisoc, F. P., Jr. and E. Aralar. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EPIZOOTIC ULCERATIVE SYNDROME 
|CU5} IN FISH AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN LACUNA LAKE, PHILIPPINES, /mernat/onn/ Symposium on Aquatic 
Animal Health: Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. 
Hedrick and fames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-20.6. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[BEnangonjin Freshwater Sin., SEAFDEC/AQD, Rizal, Philippines] Clarias, Glossogobius, and Ctomna striafa. 

95-QO&961 Parrot I, Joanne L.; Peter V. Hodson; Mark R. Servos; Susan L. Huestis and D. George Dixon. 
RELATIVE POTENCY OF POLYCHLORINATED DIBENZO-/J-DIOXINS AND DIBENZOFURANS FOR 
INDUCING MIXED-FUNCTION OXYGENASE ACTIVITY IN RAINBOW TROUT. Environ. Tox/co/. C/iem. 
H(6):I041-1050. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Na(l. Water Res. Inst., Dep. Environ,, 867 Lakeshore Rd., Burlington, ON, Canada L7R 4A6] Oncor/tync/tus 
mykiss. 

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95-008962 Pasternak, John Patrick. A CHEMICAL FATE MODEL FOR ORGANIC CHEMICAL EMISSIONS 
FROM PULP AND PAPER MILLS IN THE FRASER-THOMPSON RIVER SYSTEM. M.S. thesis, Simon faser Un 
(Canada) 197p. 1993. From MaslersAbstr. Int. 33(2):505, 1995. Order No. MAMM91054. FR 40{4) 

Caloilomus macfocheitus, Prosopium wrlliamsoni, Oncorhynchus mykiss, and Salvelinus malma in Canada 

95-008963 Paul, E. A. and H. A. Simonin. COMPARISON OF THE TOXICITY OF A SYNERGIZED AND 
NON-SYNERGIZED INSECTICIDE TO YOUNG TROUT, Bull. Environ. Contain. Toxicol. 55(3H53-4(jQ 19JS 
FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Environ. Conserv., Aquat. Toxicant Res. Unit, 83 1 4 Fish Hatchery Rd., Rome, NY 1 3440] Satmo ImtO 
and Sstvelinus fontinalis. 

95-000964 Pedrajas, J. R.; ]. PeinadoandJ. Lopez-Barea. DIELDRIN INDUCES PEROXISOME PROLIFERATION 
IN FISH (SPARUS AURAJA) LIVER. Proceedi/igs of the 4th International Congress of Comparative Physiotogf and 
Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6-1 1 Augusf 1995. Warren W. Burggren, editor. Physiol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl Soct 'HO 
1995.Abslractonly.FR40(4) 

|Dep. Biochem. & Mol. Brol. & Insl. Basic & Appl. Biol., Fac. Vet., Univ. Cordoba, Cordoba, Spain] 

95-008965 Pelgrorn, S, M. C. ].; R. A, C. Lock; P. H. M. Balm and S. E. Wendelaar Bonga EFFECTS OF 
COMBINED WATRBORN Cd AND Cu EXPOSURES ON IONIC COMPOSITION AND PLASMA CORTISQl 
IN TILAPIA, ORLOCHROMiS MOSSAMBICUS. Comp. Biochem. Physiol, C Pharmacol. Toxicoi. fndocmof. 
111(2):227-235. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dcp. Anim. Physiol., Fac. Sci., Univ. Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, 6525 ED Nijmegen, Netherlands] 

95-008966 Philip, G. H.; P. M. Redd/ and G. Sridevi, CYPERMETHRIN-INDUCED IN VIVO ALTERATIONS IN 
THE CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM OF FRESHWATER FISH, MBEO KOHIJA, Ecoloxicol. Environ. Sif. 
31(2):173-17B. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep, Physiol., Morehouse School Med, 720 Westvfew Dr. S.W., Atlanta, GA 3031 0] 

95-008967 Pickering, Quentin H. and James M. Lizorchak. EVALUATION OF THE ROBUSTNESS OF THE 
FATHEAD MINNOW, PitviEPHALES PROMEIAS, LARVAL SURVIVAL AND GROWTH TEST, U S EPA METHOD 
1 000,0. fnviron. Toxicol. Chem. H(4):653-659. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Lazorchak: U.S. Environ. Prot Agency, Environ. Monitoring Syst. Lab., 3411 Church Si., Cincinnali OH 
45244] 

)5-008968 Platteeuw, Maarten; Mennobarl R. van Eerden and Kees Van de Guchte. VARIATION IN 
ZONTAMINANT CONTENT OF LIVERS FROM CORMORANTS PHAIACROCORAX CARBO StNENSIS I IVWG 
^IEARBY A POLLUTED SEDIMENTATION AREA IN LAKE IJSSELMEER, THE NETHERLANDS. Special IWK 

Cormorant, Phatauocorax carbo. Mennoban van ferd'en, Kees Koffijberg, Maarten Platteeuw, and Merino Ziflm, 

editors. Aidea 93(l):315-324. 1995. In English with Dutch summ. FR40(4) 

(Rijkswaterslaat Dir. Flevoland, P.O. Box 600, NL-B200 AP Lelystad, Netherlands! 

95-008969 Plumb, John A. TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY OF TEMPERATE FRESHWATER FISI IES 
In: Fish Medicine. Michael K. Stoskopf, editor, p. 3] 1-3 1 8. 1 993. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacutt., Int. Cent. Aquacull., Coll. Agfic, Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36(130! Data (or 
eight species. 

95-008970 Prince, Rulh and Keith R. Cooper. COMPARISONS OF THE EFFECTS OF 
2,3,7,8-TTRACHLQRODIBENZO-p-DIOXIN ON CHEMICALLY IMPACTED AND NONIMPACT*!) 

SUBPOPULATIONSOFFL/WDUi.USHfTfOCi/T/S:I.TCDDTOXICITY.fnv/Von.Toxico/.Otcm. 14(4):579.5B7 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[Div. Sci, & Res., Dep, Environ. Prot. & Energy, CN 409, Trenton, N) 08625-0409] 

95-008971 Prince, Ruth and Keith R. Cooper. COMPARISONS OF THE EFFECTS Of 
2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-p-DIOXIN ON CHEMICALLY IMPACTED AND NONIMPACTED 
SUBPOPULATIONS OF FUNDULUS HfTCROCHTUS: II. METABOLIC CONSIDERATIONS. Environ. Trttxt 
Oiem. 14(4):589-595. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Div. Sci. & Res., Dep. Environ. Prot. & Energy, CN 409, Trenton, N) 08625-0409] 

95-OOB972 Rajan, M. R.; S. Balasubramanlan and S. P. Raj. ACCUMULATION OF HEAVY METALS IN 
SEWAGE-GROWN FISHES. Bioresour. Jechnol. 52(1):41-43. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Bfot.,CrandhigramRuralUniv.,GrandhieFam-624302, Tamil Nadu, lndla]Hypop/itha/mfcrhiftysmoft*t 
Qenopharyngodort tdetla, Cyprinus carpio, Labeo rohita, a nd CirrMnus mrigala. 

95-008973 Rice, C, D. and M. M. Banes. THE IMMUNOTOXICITY OF 3,3',4,4',5-PENTACI-ILORO8IPHENVC 
(PeCB) AND TRIBUTYLT1N (TBT) IN CHANNEL CATFISH, ICTALURUS PUNCTATUS. International Symposium 
on Aquatic Animal Health; Program and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, IVashtogton, September 4-8, I9H 
Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Winton, organizers, p. W-1 1.3. 1994. FR 40(4) 
[Coll. Vet. Med., Miss. Stale Univ., Mississippi State 39762] 

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95-00897-1 Richardson, G. Mark; Marika Egyed and David J. Currie. DOES ACID RAIN INCREASE HUMAN 
EXPOSURE TO MERCURY? A REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF RECENT LITERATURE. Environ. TOJMCO/. C/iem. 
14(5}:8Q 9-81 3. 1995. FR 40(4} 

|Currie: Dep. Biol,, Univ. Ottawa, P.O. Box 450, Stn. A, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1 N 6N5] Esoxlucius, Sa/ve/miis 
nantsycush, and Swzoster/ion vitreum. 

95-008975 Roberson, James H. THE EFFECTS OF CADMIUM, MERCURY, AND ZINC ON TESTOSTERONE 
PRODUCTION IN THE GOLDFISH (CARASSIUS AURATUS) TESTIS IN VITRO. M.S. thesis, Jenn. Techno/. Univ. 
1994. FR 40(4) 

95-008976 Rokous, J.; A. S. Kane and R. Reimschuessel. RENAL REGENERATION AND DEVELOPMENT 
FOLLOWING REPEATED GENTAMICIN NEPHROTOXICOSIS. Prac. Int. Assoc. Aquat. Anim. Meet. Vol. 25. 
p. 172-173. 1594. FR 40(4) 

[Aqital. Palhobiol. Cent,, Dep. Pathol., 711 MSTF, Univ. Md. Sell. Med., Baltimore 21201-1192. 
lel;4 10-706-72301 Carassius auralus, 

95-008977 Rousseaux, Colin G,; A. Branchaud and Philip A. Spear. EVALUATION OF LIVER 
HISTOPATHOLOGV AND EROD ACTIVITY IN ST. LAWRENCE LAKE STURGEON (ACIPENSER RH.VESCENS) 
M COMPARISON WITH A REFERENCE POPULATION. Environ. ToxfcoJ. C/iem. 14{5);843-849. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[Spear: Lab. TOXEN & Dep. Sci. Biol., Univ. Quebec, P.O. Box 8888, Stn. Cent. Ville, Montreal, PQ, Canada 
H3C IPS] 

95-Q0897B Russell, Ronald W.; Rodica Lazar and G. Douglas Haffner. BIOMAGNIF1CATION OF 
ORGANOCHLORINES IN LAKE ERIE WHITE BASS. Environ. Toxico/. Che/n. 14(4):719-724. 1995. FR 40(4} 

[Dep. Biol. Sci., Great Lakes Inst. Environ. Res., Univ. Windsor, Windsor, ON, Canada N9B 3P4] Morone 
cftrysops and Nofropis atherinoides. 

95-OQ&979 Sahin, All; Francesca G. Tencalla; Daniel R. Dietrich; Konstanze Mez and Hanspeter Naegeli. 
ENZYMATIC ANALYSIS OF LIVER SAMPLES FROM RAINBOW TROUT FOR DIAGNOSIS OF BLUE-GREEN 
ALGAE-INDUCED TOXICOSIS. Am. /. Vet. Res. 56(8):1 1 10-1 1 1 5. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

INaegcli: Insl. Vet. Pharmacol. & Toxicol., Univ. Zurich, Winterthurerstr. 260, 8057 Zurich, Switzerland] 
Oncorhynchut myfci'ss. 

95-008980 Saiki, Michael K. and R. Scott Ogle. EVIDENCE OF IMPAIRED REPRODUCTION BY WESTERN 
MOSQUITO FISH INHABITING SELENIFEROUS AGRICULTURAL DRAINWATER. Trans, Am. fish. Soc. 
124(4):578-587. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Nail Biol. Serv., Pac. Sci. Cent., Dixon Field Stn,, 6924 Trcmont Rd., Dixon, CA 95620] Cambusia affinis in 
California. 

95-008981 Sanders, B. M. STRESSOR SPECIFICITY AND THE CELLULAR STRESS RESPONSE: IMPLICATIONS 
FOR ADAPTATION, ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND TOXICOLOGY. Proceedings of the 1th 
International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Birmingham, UK, 6- J t August 1 995. Warren 
W. Burggien, editor. Phys'tol. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sect.:1 73, 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4} 
[Mol. Ecol. Inst., Calif. State Univ., Long Beach 90801 1 

95-008982 Schlenk, D.; Y. S. Zhang and J. Nix. EXPRESSION OF HEPATIC METALLOTHIONEIN MESSENGER 
RNA IN FERAL AND CAGED FISH SPECIES CORRELATES WITH MUSCLE MERCURY LEVELS. Ecoloxico/. 
Environ. Saf. 31(3);2B2-28&. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Div. Toxicol., Univ. Arkansas Med, Sci,, Little Rock 72205) Micropterus salmoides and Ictnlurus puncralus in 
Arkansas. 

95-008983 Segner, H. COMPARATIVE HEAVY METAL CYTOTOXIC1TY TO ESTABLISHED FISH CELL LINES. 
!r\ Vitro Ceil. & Dev. Biol-Anim. 31(3 pt.ll):47A, 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Cliem. Ecotoxicol., Cent. Environ. Res,, D-04318 Leipzig, Germany] 

95-008984 Seymore, Tharina; l-lein H. du Preezand ]. H. ). van Vuren. MANGANESE, LEAD AND STRONTIUM 
LHOACCUMULAT1ON IN THE TISSUES OF THE YELLOWFISH, BARBUS MAREQUENSIS, FROM THE LOWER 
OlIFANTS RIVER, EASTERN TRANSVAAL. Water SA (Pretoria) 21(2):159-172. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Inst, Water Quality Studies, Private Bag X313, Pretoria 0001, South Africa. teh(012}808-0374; 
fax:{Q12)B08-0338; e-mail:een@dwas-hri.pwv.gov.za) 

95-0039fl5 Shukla, Ramesh. POLLUTION LOAD THROUGH HEAVY METALS AND ORGANOCHLORINES 
IN THE RIVER GANGA, INDIA. INTELCOL Manchester 1994; Progress to Meet the Challenge of Environmental 
Change. Proceedings of the VI International Congress of Ecology, 21 to 26 August 1994, Manchester, United 
Kingdom, fohn H. Tallis, Hazel ). Norman, and Richard A. Benton, editors, p. 1 26. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

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95-008986 Stevers, Gerold; Paulo Palados; Ricardo Inoslroza and Hurnberlo Dolz. EVALUATION OF THE 
TOXICITY OF 8 INSECTICIDES IN SALMO SAtAR AND THE IN VITRO EFFECTS AGAINST THE ISOPOD 
PARASITE, CERATOTHOA CAUDlCHAUOfl. Aquacutture 1 34(1 ,2}:9-l 6. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
|Parasitol. Fac. Cienc. Vet., Univ. Auslral Chile, Casitla 567, VakSivia, Chile] 

95OT8987 Siriwardena, P. P.G. Sunil N.; KrishenJ. Rana and Donald J. Baird. A METHOD FOR PARTITION!^ 
CADMIUM BIOACCUMULATED IN SMALL AQUATIC ORGANISMS. Ow/ron.Tox/co/. Chem. 14(9):1575-l57 ? ' 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[Baird: Inst. Aquacult., Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] Jilapia nilotica. 

95-008988 Slerdcrink, Hedwig M.; Jan M. Everaarls; Anders Goksoyr and Jnn P. Boon. HEPATIC 
CYTQCHROME P4501A INDUCTION IN DAB (UMANDA LiMANDA) AFTER ORAL DOSING WITH THE 
POLYCHLQRINATED BIPHENVL MIXTURE CLOPHEN A40. Environ. Joxicol. Chem. 14(4):679-6B7, 1995- 
FR 40(4) 

[Netherlands Inst. Sea Res. (NIOZ), P.O, Box 59, 1 790 AB Den Burg, Texel, Netherlands] 

95-008989 Smith, Todd R, and Terry A. Names. MORTALITY, GROWTH, SWIMMING ACTIVITY AND C!LL 
MORPHOLOGY OF BROOK TROUT (SALVEUNUS FONTINALIS) AND ATLANTIC SALMON {SALMO SAlA^t 
EXPOSED TO LOW pH WITH AND WITHOUT ALUMINUM, Environ. Pollut. 90(1):33-40. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. FAVS, Bldg. 14, East Farm, Unfv. R.I., Kingston 02881] 

95-008990 Soimasuo, Reino; Tuuta Aa!tonen; Mjkko Nikrnmaa; Jukka Pellinen; Tiina Ristola and Airno Oikari. 
PHYSIOLOGICAL TOXICITY OF LOW-CHLORINE BLEACHED PULP AND PAPER MILL EFFLUENT OM 
WHITEnSH(COMCONL/5MVMETUSL. XL): A LABORATORY EXPOSURE SIMULATING LAKE POLLUTION. 
Ecotoxicot, Cnvfron. Saf. 31(3):22B-237. 1995. FR 40(4) 

lOikari: Dep. Biol. & Environ. Sci., P.O. Box 35, HN-40351, Jyvaskyla, Finland] 

95-008991 Sorensen, Elsa M. 8, METAL POISONING IN FISH. CRC ftess 374p. 1991. Available at $110,00 
(cloth: ISBN 0-8493-4268-6) from CRC Press, Inc., 2000 Corporate Blvd., NW, Boca Raton, Ft, 33431-9863. 
tel;800-272-7737; fax:407-997-0949. FR 40(4) 

95-008992 Spieler, R. E.; A. C. Russo and D. N. Weber. WATERBORNE LEAD AFFECTS ORCADIAN 
VARIATIONS OF BRAfN NEUROTRANSMITTERS IN FATHEAD MINNOWS. Bull. Environ. Coniam, Torfcol 
55(3};'I12-41&.1995.FR40(4) 

[Oceanogr. Cent., Nova Southeast. Univ., Dania, FL 33004] Pimephales promelss. 

95-008993 Stein, John E.;Torn Horn; Tracy K. Collier; Donald W. Brown and Usha Varanasi, CONTAMINANT 
EXPOSURE AND BIOCHEMICAL EFFECTS IN OUTMIGRANT JUVENILE CHINOOK SALMON FROM URBAN 
AND NONUR8ANESTUARIESOFPUGET SOUND, WASHINGTON. Environ. Joxicol. Chem. 14{6):1019-1029. 
1995. FR 40(4) 

jEnviron. Conserv. Div., Northwest Fish. Sci. Cent, NMFS, NQAA, 2725 Montlake Blvd. E., Seattle, WA 
98112-2097] Onco/hynchus tshawytscha. 

95-008994 Sugg, Derrick W.; Ronald K. Chesser; Janet A. Brooks and Brian T. Grasman, THE ASSOCIATION 
OF DNA DAMAGE TO CONCENTRATIONS OF MERCURY AND RADIOCESIUM IN LARGEMOUTH BASS. 
Environ. Joxicol. Chem. 14(4):66t-66B. 1995. FR 40(4) 

iDiv.VVJldl.Ecol.&Toxicol., Univ. Ga,, Savannah River Ccol, Lab,, P.O. Drawer E,Aiken,SC 298021 M/crople/uj 
salmoides in South Carolina, 

95-008995 Svensson, Bcngt-Goran; Anita Nflsson; EFizabeth Jonsson; Andrejs Schutz; Bengt Akesson and Lars 
Hagmar. FISH CONSUMPTION AND EXPOSURE TO PERSISTENT ORCANO CHLORINE COMPOUNDS, 
MERCURY, SELENIUM AND METHYLAMINES AMONG SWEDISH FISHERMEN. Stand /. Work Environ. & 
Health 21(21:96-105. 1995. FR 40(4) 

pep. Ocoip. & Environ. Med, Univ. Hospital, Lund, Sweden) 

95-008996 Szegletes, T.; T. Ballnl; Zs. Szeglotes and ). Nemcsok. IN VIVO EFFECTS OF DELTAMETHRIN 
EXPOSURE ON ACTIVITYAND DISTRIBUTION OF MOLECULAR FORMS OF CARP ACHE, EcotoxfcoL Environ 
Saf. 31(3):253-263. 1995. FR40(4) 

[Dep, Biochem,, Jozsef Attila Univ., Szeged, POO 533, H-6701, Hungary] Cypr/nus carpio. 

95-008997 Tanner, Danny K. and Mary F. Moffetl. EFFECTS OF DIFLUBENZURON ON THE REPRODUCTIVE 
SUCCESS OF THE BLUEGILL SUNFISH, LEPOMIS MACROCHIRUS, Environ. Joxicol. Chem. 14(0):1345-I355 
1995. FR40[4) 

[U.S. Envjran. Prot. Agency, f nviron. Res. Lab., 6201 Congdon Blvd., Dululh, MN 55804] 
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95-008998 Tilak, K. S. and S. Jhansi Lakshmi. COMPARATIVE TOXIC1TY O/ AMMONIA-NITROGEN, 
NITRtTE-NITROGEN, AND NITRATE-NITROGEN AND EFFECT ON THE FISH CATM CATLA (HAMILTON). 
Measures /or Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented at the toternaliona/ Conference 0ordeaux/\quacutture 
'94S Bordeaux, France, Marc/j 23-25, 1994. 1 Muir and f. Sevila, compilers. Eur. Anuacu/t. Soc. 5pec. Publ. No. 
21. p. 55. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Zool., Nagarjuna Univ., Nagarjunanagar-522 510, A.P., India] 

95-008999 Tomasso, ). R. COMPARATIVE INHIBITION OF NITRITE TOXICITY BY CHLORIDE IN TEMPERATE 
FRESHWATER AND EURYHALINE FISHES. International Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: Program and 
Abstracts. Sheraloji Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. W/nlon, 
organizers. p.W-15.5. 1994. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Aquactill. Fish. & Wildl., Clemson Univ., Clemson, SC 29634] Microplerus salmoides and Ictalurus 
punctalus. 

95-009000 Toussaint, Margaret W.; Tommy R. Shedd; Willim H. van der Schalle and Gerald R. Leather. A 
COMPARISON OF STANDARD ACUTE TOXICITY TESTS WITH RAPID-SCREENING TOXICITY TESTS. Environ. 
Tox/co! Chem 14(5):907-915. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Geo^Centers Inc., 1 0903 Indian Head Hwy., Fort Washington, MD 20744] Pimephales prometos. 

95-009001 Travis, Curtis C, and Bonnie P. Blaylock. MUNICIPAL WASTE COMBUSTOR EMISSIONS: HUMAN 
EXPOSURE TO MERCURY AND DIOXIN. Toxico/. Environ. Chem. 49(3):203-21G. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Cent. Risk Manage., ORNL, P.O. Box 2008, 62 Mitchell Rd., MS-6486, Oak Ridge, TN 3783 1-646H] 

95-009002 Tricklebank, K. A. THE DISTRIBUTION AND EFFECTS OF ALDRIN IN THE DAMSELFISH PARMA 
MJCROlEPiS: AN EXPERIMENTAL FIELD STUDY, fniemalfona/ Symposium on Aquatic Animal Health: rrogram 
and Abstracts. Sheraton Hotel, Seattle, Washington, September 4-8, 1994. Ronald P. Hedrick and lames R. Wmton, 
organizers, p. W-B.5. 1994. FR 40(4) 

|Sch. Biol. Sci., Zool. AO8, Univ. Sydney, N.S.W. 2006, Australia] 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

TOXICOLOGV; BIOASSAYS (Continued) 

95-009010 Wrighl, David A.TRACEMETAL AND MA]OR ION INTERACTIONS IN AQUATIC ANIMALS, Mar 
PoMuL Butt. 31(l-3):8-18. 1995. PR 40(4) 

(Cent. Environ. & Esttiar. Sludies, Univ. Md. SysL, Chesapeake Biol. Lab., P.O. Box 38, Sofomons 20688) 

95-009011 Yu, Y.; T. L Wade; J. Fang; S. McDonald and ). M. Brooks. GAS C H ROM ATOG RAP NIC-MASS 
SPECTROMETRIC ANALYSIS OF POLYCYLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBON METABOLITES IN ANTARCTIC 
FISH (MOTOTHfWM GtBBERIFRONS) IN)ECTED WITH DIESEL FUEL ARCTIC. Arch. Environ. Contam. loximl 
29(2}:241-24fr. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Cincinnati Waterworks, 5651 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45228| 

95-009012 Zaranko, Darnrta T. POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS (PCBs) IN AN URBAN CREEK- 
APPLICATION OF A FOOD WEB MODEL. M.S. thesis, Univ. Cuelph (Canada) 1 42p. 1 994. From Masters Abslr 
Int. 33(2);5Q8. 1995. Ofder No. MAMM90732. FR 40(4) 
Sefnoti'/usairamacu/atusancl luxilus cornutus. 

95-009013 Zhang, Y. S. and Daniel Schlenk. INDUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF HEPATIC 
METALLOTHIONEIN EXPRESSION FROM CADMIUM-INDUCED CHANNEL CATFISH (ICTAWKUS 
PUWCTATL/5). Environ. ToxicoL Cbem. 14(B):1425-1431. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Schlenk: Dep. Pharmacol., Univ. Miss,, University 38677] 

95-009014 Zhou Yongxin; Cheng Shuiping; Hu Wei and Sun Meijuan. |A NEW TOXICITY TEST ORGANISM 
- GOBlOCYPRtS RARUS.\ Zoo!. Res. 1 6(1 ):59-63. 1 995. In Chinese with English summ. FR 40(4) 
[Inst. Hydrobiol., Chinese Acad. Sci., Wuhan 430072, China] 

RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT-GENERAL 

95-009015 Almaca, Carlos, editor. [PROFESSOR GERMANO DA FONSECA SACARRAO (1914-1992> 
PAPERS IN HOMAGE.] Mus. Wac. Hfst. Nat, Mus. & Lab. Zoo/. & Antropol. (Mus. Bocage, Lisbon) 3&2p, I9W. 
Availabfe from Mus. Bocage, Rua Escola Polilecnica, 58, 1200 Lisbon, Portugal. Papers in English and in 
Portuguese wilh English abstracts, FR 40(4) 

[Mus, Bocage, Dep. Zoo!. & Antiropol., Cent. Fauna Por tuguesa, Rua da Escola Politecnlc^ GO, 1 200 Lisbon 
Portugal] Selected papers indexed in lliis issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-009016 Alverson, Dayton L. FISHERIES MANAGEMENT: A PERSPECTIVE OVER TIME. Fisheries (Reihcsdi) 
20(&}:6-7. 199S.FR40{4) 

[Nat. Resour. Consult., Inc., 4055 21s! Ave. W., Seattle, WA 98199] 

95-009017 Anthony, Ann Marie. GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS COVERAGE OF PUBLIC FfSIIING 
RIGHTS LAND ACQUISTION PROGRAM OF THE LAKE CHAMPLAIN WATERSHED IN NEW YORK STATE. 
M.S. thesis, State Univ. N.Y. Coll. Environ. Sci. & for. 74p. 1 994. From Masters Abslr. Int. 33{3):852, 1 ( J95, Qjdtr 
No.MA1359193.FR<IO(4> 

95-009018 Arlhinglon, Angela H. and Christopher ], Marshall. THREATENED FISHES OF THE WORLD- 
PSWDOMUGIL MEWS ALLEN & IVANTSOFF, 1982 (PSEUDOMUGIUDAE). Environ. Blot. Fishes 43(3)r2(i8 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[Cent. Catchment & In-Stream Res., Griffith Univ., Nathan, Qld. 41 1 1, Australia) 

95-009019 Brouha, Paul. SCIENTISTS' PIECEMAKING FOR THE BULL TROUT PUZZLE, fisheries fOcrfiwiht 
20(fl):4,51.1995.FR40|4) 

[Am. Fish. Soc., 5410 Grosvenor Ln., Suite 110, Bethesda, MD 20814-2199. lel:301-897-B616: fav 
301-897-8096; c-mait:73312,l 155 

Saivelinus confiuentus. 

95-009020 Bruton, Michael N. THREATENED FISHES OFTHE WORLD: ClARIAS CAVERNiCQiA TREWAVAS, 

1936 (CLARIIDAE), Environ. DM Fishes 43(2):162, 1995. FR 40(4) 

[J.L.B. Smith Inst. Ichlhyol., Private Bag 1015, Grahamstown 61 40, South Africa] 

95-009021 Canter, Larty W. and (. Kamalh. QUESTIONNAIRE CHECKLIST FOR CUMULATIVE IMPACTS. 
Enviion, Impact Assess. Rev. 1 5(4}:3 1 1-339. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Environ. & Ground Waler Inst., Univ. Okla., 200 Felgar Si,, Rm. 127, Norman 73019) 

95-009022 Carvalho, C. RELEASE OF FISHES IN THE WILD. INTEtCOL Manchester )994: Progress to Mceilht 
Challenge of Environmental Change. Proceedings of the VI international Congress of Ecology, 21 to 26 Au^a 
J9H Manchester, United Kingdom, fobn H. Tallis, Hazel I. Norman, and Richard A. Benton, editors, p. 204. 1994. 
Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

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95-009023 Caughley, Graeme and Anne Cunn. CONSERVATION BIOLOGY IN THEORY AND PRACTICE. 
abcl&vetf 5ci. Inc. 459p. 1995. Available at $44.95 (paper: ISBN 0-86542-431-4) from Blackwell Sci., Inc., 230 
Main St., Cambridge, MA 02 142, tel:800-2 1 5-1 000. FR 40(4} 

[Gunn: Dep. Renew. Resour., Gov. Northwest Territories Yellowknife, NT, Canada] 

95-009024 Chapman, A, and K. R. Newbey, editors, A BIOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE FITZGERALD AREA, 
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. CALM Sci. (W.A. I. Conserv. Land Manage.) Suppl. 3:257p. 1995. FR 40(4) 

JGoldlietds Reg., Dep. Conserv. & Land Manage., P.O. Box 1 01 73, Kalgoorlie, W.A. 6430, Australia] Selected 
paper indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-009025 Charnovitz, Steve. FREE TRADE, FAIR TRADE, GREEN TRADE: DEFOGGING THE DEBATE. 1994 
Cornell International Law journal Symposium - Greening The GATT: Setting f'ie Agenda. Leslie A. Leary, Anna Lee, 
and KathyM. Togni, editors. Cornell Int. Law I. 27(3):459-525. 1994. FR 40(4) 

95-009026 Cincotta, D. A. A REVIEW OF WEST VIRGINIA'S CANDIDATE FISHES PURSUANT TO THE 
ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT. Proc. W. Va. Acad. Sci. 67(1 );1 1. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
JDep. Nat. Resour, Wildl. Resour. Sect., Elkins, WV 26241 ] Data for 1 1 species. 

95-O09027 Claridge, Michael F, coordinator. SPECIAL ISSUE: SYSTEMATICS AGENDA 2000 - PAPERS FROM 
AMEEHNGHELDATTHE ROYAL SOCIETY, LONDON, 12 APRIL 1994. e/ot/iVers. Comerv. 4(5):451-519. 1995. 
FR40H) 

[School Purc&Appl. Biol., Univ. Wales Cardiff, Cardiff CF1 3TL, Wales] Selected papers indexed in Ihis issue 
of Fisheries Review. 

95-009028 Cracraft, Joel. THE URGENCY OF BUILDING GLOBAL CAPACITY FOR BIODIVERSITY SCIENCE. 
Speciallisue: Systematic Agenda 2000 - Papers from a Meeting Held at the Royal Society, London, 12 April J994. 
Michael F. Claridge, coordinator. Biodivers. Conserv. 4(5):463-475. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Ornhhol., Am. Mus, Nat. Hist., Central Park W. 79th St., New York, NY 1 0024] 

95-009029 De Leo, G. and M. Catto. MODELLING AND MANAGING EUROPEAN EEL INJELCOL Manchester 
J994: Progress to Meet the Challenge of Environmental Change. Proceedings of the VI International Congress of 
Ecology, 21 to 26 August 1 994, Manchester, United Kingdom, lohn H. Tallis, Hazel ]. Norman, and Richard A. 
Benton, editors, p, 189. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
Anguilla anguilla in Italy. 

95-009030 Eslibaugh, W. Hardy. SYSTEMATICS AGENDA 2000: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE, Special Issue: 
Systematic Agenda 2000 Papers from a Meeting Held at the Royal Society, London, 12 April (994. Michael F. 
Claridge, coordinator. Biodivers. Conserv, 4(5):455-462, 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Bot., Miamj Univ., Oxford, OH 45056] 

95-009031 Frye, Mary and John Goltschalk. HISTORY OF AFS PUBLICATIONS. Fisheries (Belhcsda) 
20(8):H-I5. 1995. FR 10(4) 

(13&14 Overlon Ln., Silver Spring, MD 20904| 

95-009032 Fjyc, Mary R. and John S. Cottschalk. THE AMERICAN FISHERIES SOCIETY: THE LAST 25 YEARS. 
Fisheries (Bethesda) 20(0):8-13. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[13&14 Oveilon Ln., Silver Spring, MD 20904] 

95-009033 Gaston, Kevin j. and Uhlan David. HOTSPOTS ACROSS EUROPE. Biodivers. Lett. 2(4):108-116. 

1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Blol., Imperial Coll., Silwood Park, Ascot, Berks SL5 7PY, England] 

95-009034 Geiger, Harold J. and Ellen Simpson, editors. PRELIMINARY RUN FORECASTS AND HARVEST 
PROJECTIONS TOR 1 995 ALASKA SALMON FISHERIES AND REVIEW OF THE 1 994 SEASON. Alsk. Dep. Fish 
Game Reg. inf. Rep, No. 5J95-01. 79p. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish & Game, Commer. Fish. Manage. & Dev. Div., P.O. Box 25526, tuneau, AK 99802-5526] 
Oncorhynchus. 

95-009&35 Giorgiulli, Enrico. (PROPOSAL FOR A NEW FISHING PORT NEAR THE MOUTH OF THE RIVER 
SILE.]4grir. Venczle 49(l/2):20-23. 1995. In Italian. FR 40(4) 

95-OQ903& Gresswell, Robert E. and William J. Liss. VALUES ASSOCIATED WITH MANAGEMENT OF 
YELLOWSTONE CUTTHROAT TROUT IN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK. Conserv. Biol. 9(1):159-165. 

1 995, In English with Spanish surnm, FR 40(4) 

[Oak Creek Lab. Biol,, Dep. Fish. & Wildl., Oreg. State Univ., Corvallis 97331 ] Oncorhynchus ctarki bouvieri 
in Wyoming. 

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95-009037 Hanv.Premek. THREATEN ED FISHES OF THE WORLD: GAMXMSPEDDERENSISFRANKENBERG, 

1 968 (GALAXUDAE}. fnviion. Biol. Fishes 43(4):406. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Canadian Wildl. Serv., Canada Cent. Inland Waters, Box 5050, Burlington, ON, Canada L7R 4A6| C. 
brevipinnis and 5a/mo twtta. 

95-009038 Hanson, Mark A. and Michael R. Riggs. POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF FISH PREDATION ON WETLAND 
INVERTEGRATES: ACOMPARISON OF WETLANDS WJTH AND WITHOUT FATHEAD MINNOWS. Wetlands 
15(2):16M75. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Nat. Resour., Wetland Wildl. Popvil. & Res, Group, Bemidji, MN 56601 ] Pimephafes pronielas, Cufgea 
inconstant, and Umbra timi in Minnesota. 

95-009039 Hastings, Robert W. and Donald R. Heinle, organizers. DEDICATED ISSUE: THE EFFECTS OF 
AQUACULTURE IN ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENTS. &man'esl8(1A):M 97. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Turtle Cove Environ. Res. Sin., Box 505, Southeast. La. Univ., Hammond 70402] Selected papers indexed 
in this issue o! Fisheries Review. 

95-009040 Hochleilhner, Martin. {SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE STURGEON (AQPENSER 
SWRIO) e.V.i-C.1 OeHerr. Flscb. 48(7):1 65-1 69. 1 995. In German. FR 40(4) 

[Gcsellsch. Rellung Stoers e.V.i.G., An. der Jaegerbaek 2, D-1 8069 Rostock, Germany. tel:0 33 1/83 9 6&; 
02 12] 



95-009041 Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery, |MASU SALMON SEMINAR ABSTRACTS: 38th SALMON SEMINAR, 
MARCH 18, 1994; 39th SALMON SEMINAR, JUNE 8, 1994 and 40th SALMON SEMINAR, NOVEMBER 14, 
1994.] Tech. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery Ho. 164. p. 63-73. 1995. Abstracts in Japanese or in English and 
Japanese, FR 40(4} 

[Fish, Agency Japan, 2-2 Nakanoshima, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo 062, Japan] Individual abstracts indexed in ihis 
issue of Fisheries Review. Oncorhynchus in llii? North Pacific Ocean. 

95-009042 Holden, Mike. REVERTON AND HOIT REVISITED. Fish. Res. (Amsterdam) 24(1):3-8. 1995. 
FR 40(4} 

|15 Princess Beatrice Close, Norwich NRG 5D!), England] 

95-009043 Horak, Don. NATIVE AND NONNATIVE FISH SPECIES USED IN STATE FISHERIES 
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS IN THE UNITED STATES, Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecwyttemy. 
Proceedingsof the InternationaiSymposiumandWorkshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12- 17 March 1394. 
Harold LSchramm Ir. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 61-67, 1995. FR 40(4) 
|Div. Wildl., 3 1 7 W. Prospect, Fort CoiJins, CO B052 6j 

95-009044 Hosper, S, H.; R. D. Gulati; L. van Liere and R. M. M. Rooijackers, editors, INTEGRATED WATER 
RESOURCES MANAGEMENT; SELECTED PROCEEDINGS OF "LIVING WITH WATER' -THE INTERNATIONA! 
CONFERENCE ON INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, HELD IN AMSTERDAM, THE 
NETHERLANDS, 26-29 SEPTEMBER 1994. Water Sri. Tec/ino/. 3 1(0): 1404. 1995. FR 40(4} 

[Inst. Inland Water Manage, & Waste Water Treatment, P.O. Box 17,0200 AALelystnd,Nctlierliinds] Selected 
papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-009045 Hmby, Thomas; William E. Cesanek and Keilh E. Miller. ESTIMATING RELATIVE WITIANO 
VALUES FOR REGIONAL PLANNING. IVettands 15(2):93-107. 1 995. FR 40(4} 
[Dep. Ecol., P.O. Box 47600, Olympia, WA 98504] 

95-009046 Ishidii, Yukimasn. [FNFORMATION ON MASU SALMON IN NORTH AMERICA AND NASCO.| 
(Salmon Seminar Abstracts: 33th Salmon Seminar, March Iff, 1994.} Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery. Inch, Rep. 
Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery No. 164. p. 64, 19!)5Jn Japanese. FR 40(4} 
Oncofliy/iclitis masou. 

95-009047 Ishlda, Yukimasa. |RCIATJONSI-|1P BETWEEN MASLJ SALMON GROWTH CHANGE AMD 
ENVIRONMENTAL CHANCE.] (Salmon Seminar Abstracts: 3Btlt Salmon Seminar, March tB, W94.} Hokkaido 
Salmon Hatchery. Toc/t. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery No, 1 64. p. 64. 1 995. In Japanese. FR 40(4) 
Oncor/jyvjc/u/s masou. 

95-OQ9Q48 Jaenscli, Roger, Tl-lt MIDDLE FLY WETLANDS PAPUA NEW GUINEA. Asian Wclftmd News 
7(2):14-15. 1994. PR 40(4) 

|CCNT Wildl. Res. Unit, P,O, Box 496, Palmerston, NT 0031, Australia. tcl:(61 89) 221759; fax:(G1 S9] 
221739J 

95-009049 Jhingran, Arun G. A GENERAL REVIEW OP THE INLAND CAPTURE FISHERIES SITUATION IN 
INDIA. Sow. Inland Fish. Soc. India 1988:31-41. 1988. FR 40(4) 

95-009050 Jonos, Mark. AQUATIC DATA ANALYSIS. Colo. Div. Wildl. Res. Rev. No. 2. p. 3 1-33. 1 993. FR 40(4) 
Pomoxisin Colorado. 

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ta-serv.4!5):5Qt-509. 1995. FR 40(4) > pm c , n 

|CAB Int. tiwt. Enlomol., 56 Queen's Gale, London SW7 5)R, England] 

M409052 Kemp, Anne. THREATENED FISHES OF THE WORLD: NOCRATODUS fORSTER/ (KREFFT, 
WO) (HEOCERATOOONTIDAE). Environ. B/o/. Fishes 43(3):310. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep Anal., Univ. Queensland, St. Lucia, Qld. 4072, Australia! 



B409053 tol, lureK and M.ciej Zalewski. NOTES ON a 



303(l-3J:l-7. 1995. FR 40(4) _ iae JL ,,. 

|Dep. 8iol., McMaster Univ., Hamilton, ON, Canada L8S 4K1 1 
95-009054 Krasnows^Paul.WEDONTDOALLOCATlON.A/sk.fish.Res.Bu/t 1(2):176-178. 1994.FR40(4) 

|234 Sudden Valley, Bellingham, WA 98226] 

9SW9Q55 Krai* Fred. THE CONSERVATION OF UNISEXUAL VERTEBRATE POPULATIONS. Qmseiv. B/o/. 
^PS' U 9 niv F Mic h (4) & 30 N. University, Ann Arbor 4 81 09. e-mai I : user gf 8e @ un,cc.u mich.edu] Data for 
11 spetfes. 

95-00^056 Kremen, Claire; Adina M. Merenlender and DennD- Murphy 
VITAL NEED fOR INTERGRATED CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT 
ConsE?fV. Bio/. S{Z}i3Bfl.397. 1 994. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(4) 

{Merenlender: Dep. Biol. Sci., Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA 94305| 



1994. FR 40(4) 

Setetlec! papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

,5-009058 Lee, Dennis P. CONTRIBUTION OF NONNAT.VE FISH TC ' 

RECREATIONAL FISHERY. Uses and Effects o( Cultured tehes <n Aqua C ._ SS94 HaiSdt Schramm 



b and Robert C. FVper, et/ilors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No 1 5. p. 1 6-20. 1 995 FR fj^l . 

pep.Fish&GaVnG, 1701 Nimbus Rd., Suite QRancho Cordova, CA 95670] Micropterus, Maiurus, W 
and Morane ssxatiHs. 



95-009059 Link, G. Lee and Robert ). Naiman, comp,.^. 
WORKSHOP ON THE ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF A 
- " 4, UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE. LJrw. Wash. 225p. 99 J: '"J 4) 

ilreamside Studies, Univ. Wash., Seattle 9B195] Selected papers and abstracts mdexed 
Keview. 



95-0090&0 Lyon, John Crimson. PRACTICAL HANDBOOK FOR WETLAND 
DELINEATION, te^is Publ. 1 57 P . 1993. Available at $65 95 fj^i^^ . 8 "^ 5 - 
2000 Corporate Blvd., N.W., Boca Raton, FL 33431. tel:800-272-7737. FR 40(4) 
iDep. Eng., Ohio Slate Univ., Columbus 43210] 



,5-00*0*1 McNeely, l.ffrey A. KEEP ALLTHE P.ECES: 

Specitt Issue: Systematic Agenda 2000 - Papers from ^^HMal^R^So 
Michael F. Oaridge, coordinator. Biodivers. Conserv. 4(5 ):5 10-5 19. 1995. FR 40(4} 
MUCN-Worlcl Consetv. Union, 1 196 Gland, Switzerland] 

Mcacl,.,,,, Charles P. and ,ohn H. Ch* PACIFIC SALMON MANAGEMENT - THE V.EW FROM 

u ' AK 998 2 - 55261 



|Dcp. Econ., Univ. Tex,, San Antonio 78249] AG ENCY 

ts m US?^ ^S^uft-SISS^ 

WML Resour., VPI.SU, B la c ks b urs , VA 2406,, 



1991 
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95-009065 Murphy, William F. CONTINUING EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF STATE AGENCY FISH AW 

WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS. Ph.D. dissertation, Va. Poiytcch. Insl & State Univ. 186p. 1994. FR 40(4) 

95-009066 Naiman, Robert ].; )ohn \. Magnuson; Diane M. McKnight and lack A. Stanford, editors THE 
FRESHWATER IMPERATIVE: A RESEARCH AGENDA. Island Press 165p. 1995. Available at $35.00 (dwfclSft 
1-55963-406-5) and $19.95 (paper: ISSN 1-55963-407-3) from Island Press, 1718 Con ne client Ave. NW,S" f 
300, Washington, DC 20009. tel:202-232-7933; fax;202-234-1328; e-mail:ipress@igc.apc.org, FR 40(4) 

95-009067 Nielsen, Larry A. THE PRACTICAL USES OF FISHERIES HISTORY, fisheries (Bethtuda) 20(B|:1UB 
1995. FR 40(4) 

[Sch. For. Resour., Pa. Stale Univ., University Park 16803] 

95-009068 Orth, Donald J. POGO WAS RIGHT LET'S CHANGE THE WAY WE TEACH flSHtBli 
MANACEMENT.fBhene5fflhBsdaJ20[9):10-13. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Fish. & Wildl. Sci., VPI & SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061-032). tel:703-231-59ts ; 
e-mail:orth@vtvm1 .cc.vt.edu.] 

95-009069 Palmeirim, Jorge M.; Francisco Moreira and Pedro Beja. [CONSERVATION PRIORITIES OF 
TERRESTRIAL VERTEBRATES AT NATIONAL LEVEL: THE CASE OF SOUTHWESTERN COAST Of PORTUGAL] 
In: Professor Germano da Fonseca Sacawao ft 914-1992). Papers in Homage. Carlos /Wmaca, editor, p. 167-15) 

1 994. In Portuguese with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Zoo!. Antropol,, Fac. Cienc, Bloco C2, Campo Grande, 1 700 Lisboa, Portugal) Afoja faitax, Bjibu 
barbus sc/aieri, Chondrwtoma tusitanicum, Leuciscus pyrenaicus, and data for nine other species. 

95-009070 Pendarvis, M. P. and M. Broussarct. DEVELOPING AN INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA PKOCIWi 
FOR USE IN LOCAL WILDLIFE EDUCATION CENTERS. Ptoc. La. Acad. Sci. Vol. 57. p. 46. 1994. Abstract 
FR 40(4) 

(Southeasl. La, Univ., Hammond 70401 ] 

95-009071 Peres, Carlos A. and |ohn W. Terborgh. AMAZONIAN NATURE RESERVES: AN ANALYSIS Or Hit 
DEFENSIBILITY STATUS OF EXISTING CONSERVATION UNITS AND DESIGN CRITERIA FOR THE fUTUH 
Comerv. Biol. 9(1}:3446. 1 995. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Ecol. Geral, Inst. Biocienc., Univ. Sao Paulo, Caixa Postal 1 1 .461, Sao Paulo, S.P. 05422-970, Hu7l\ 

95-009072 Pet, J. S.; J. W, M, Wijsman; P. J. Mous and M. A. M, Machlels. CHARACTERISTICS Of AW 
LANKAN RESERVOIR FISHERY AND CONSEQUENCES FOR THE ESTIMATION OF ANNUAL YIEIO. fish fci 
(Amsterdam) 24(1 ):9-33. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

pep. Fish Cull. &Fish.,WaeeningenAgric. Univ., P.O. Box 330, 6700 AH Wageninfien, Netherlands. lri:iJ1 
837083307;fex:+31 0370 83937) Dala for 10 species. 

95-009073 Polischuk, M. I. [ON THE PROBLEM OF ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY EVALUATION fffi 
SHORT-TERM FISHERY PREDICTING.] In: (Principles of Fishery Predicting System.) E. G. Bakovn, ri:v. 
p. 112-117, 208. 1989. In Russian wilh English summ. FR 40(4) 

95-009074 Pov2, Mela, THREATENED FISHES OF THE WORLD: UMBRA KRAMER! WALCAUM, )HJ 
(UMBRIDAE), Environ. Biol. Fishes 43{3):232. 1995. FR 40(4) 
|Flsh. Res. Inst., 6100 Ljubljana, Zupancfcova 9, Slovenia] 

95-009075 Razak, Victoria and Sam Cole, editors. SPECIAL ISSUE: ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES'^ 
THE FUTURE OF CULTURE AND SOCIETY, futures 27(4):375-481. 1995. FR 40(4} 

[Dep. Anthfopol., SUNY, Elllcolt Complex, N. Campus, Buffalo, NY 14261-0005. le(/fax:71&-aJ7-Jt 
e-mail:vl08qpn@ubvms.ccbuffalo.edu] Sefeclod paper indexed in this Issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-009076 Roscnzweig, Michael L. SPECIES DIVERSITY IN SPACE AND TIME, Cambridge Unto. Prex |7p! 

1995. Available at $74.95 (dofli: ISBN 0^521^961 8-7) and $27.95 (paper ISBN 0-52 1-49952-6) from CambrHji 
Univ. Press, 40 W. 20lh Si, New York, NY 1001 1 -421 1 . tel:800-872-7423. FR 40(4) 

pep. Ecol. & Evol. Biol., Univ. Ariz., Tucson 8572 1 1 

95-009077 Sayre, John A. TERMINAL FISHERIES AND CAPTIVE BROODSTOCK ENHANCEMENT H 

NONPROFITGROUPS. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: /Voceecfi/igs of the Inletn&M 
Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L Scfiramm^ri 
Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 303-306. 1995. FR 40(4) 
(Long Live the Kings, Inc, 19435 184lh PI. N.L, Woodlnville, WA 98072] 

95-009078 Schlemer, F.; M.Zalewskl anclf. E. Thorpe, editors. THE IMPORTANCE OF AQUATIC-TERKESWL 
ECOTONES FOR FRESHWATER FISH: RESULTS OF A MID-TERM MEETING OF FLIWE, HELD IN LIN1 
AUSTRIA, AUGUSTS-SEPTEMBER 2, 1992. J-tydroo/o/og/a 303(1-3):1-264. 1995. FR 40(4) 

Jlnsl. Zool.j Univ. Wten, Vienna, Austria) Individual papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

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RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT-GENERAL (Continued) 

95*09079 Schienier, F.; M. Zalewski and ]. E. Thorpe. LAND/INLAND WATER ECOTONES: INTERMEDIATE 
HABITATS CRITICAL FOR CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT. The Importance of Aquatic-Terrestrial 
Ecotones for Freshwater Fish; Results of a M/d-Temi Meeting ofFLIWE, Held in Lunz, Austria, August 3 1 -September 
2, 1992.F.Schiemer,M. Zalewski, and I.E. Thorpe, editors. Hydrobiologia 303(1-3):259-2G4. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Insl. Zool., Univ. Wien, Vienna, Austria] 

95-009080 Schubert Alex L. S. MICROHABITAT SELECTION AND FEEDING IN THE SOUTHERN CAVEFISH 
(TVPHLICHJHYS SUB1ERRANEUS). M.S. thesis, Univ. Mo. (Columbia) 157p. 1993. FR 10(4) 

95-OQ908I Sears, Dustiu B, and Paul A. Fuerst. COMPARISON OF RAPDs AND rnt-DNA WITH ALLOZYMES 
JN THE STUDY OF THE ENDANGERED WESTERN BANDED KILLIFISH. Ohio I. Set. 95(2):9-10. 1995. Abstract 
only. FR40(4) 

[Dep.Mol. Genet., Ohio State Univ., Columbus 43210] Fundulus diaphanus menona in Ohio. 

95-009082 Selleck, Jeff. NBS SCIENCE CENTERS: NETWORKING A KEY FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE. Park 
Set. {U.S. Naif. ParkServ.) 15(2):29-31. 1995, FR 40(4) 

[Nail Park Serv., NaL Resour. Publ. Off.. P.O. Box 25287 (WASO-NRPO), Denver, CO 80225-0287. 
lel:3O3-969-2147;e-mail:jeff.selleck 

95-OO9083 Shrivastava, P. CONSERVATION MEASURES ENDANGERING BIOLOGICAL 
DIVERSITY IN A TROPICAL WETLAND. INTELCOL Manchester 1994: Progress to Meet the 
Challenge of Environmental Change. Proceedings of the VI International Congress of Ecol- 
ogy, 21 to 26 August 1994, Manchester, United Kingdom, lohn H. Tallis, Hazel I Norman, 
and Richard A. Benton, editors, p. 190. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

95-OO9084 Starnes, Lynn B. THE AFS RESOURCE POLICY COMMITTEE, Fisheries (Bethesda) 20(fl):20-21. 
1995. FR 40(1) 

95-OO9Q85 Stefanou, Spiro E. and James E. Wilen. LICENSE VALUES IN RESTRICTED ACCESS FISHERIES. Hull. 
Math. Biol. 54(2/3):209-218. 1992. FR 40(4} 

95-OO9086 Stern, Marc A. and Sharon K. Gillenwater, editors. FOCUS ON: WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND 
THE PRESERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY./. Environ. & Dev. 4(2):1-120. 1995. FR 40(4} 

[J. Environ. & Dev,, Grad. Sen. Int. Relations & Pac. Sludies, Univ. Calif. San Diego, Mail Code 0519, 9500 
Gilrnanpr,, La Jolln 92093-0519. lel:61 9-534-761 7; fax;61 9-534-3939; e-rnail:envdev@ucsd.edij| Selected papers 
indexed in this issue o( Fisheries Review. 

95-OO9087 TaHTs, John H.; Hazel J. Norman and Richard A, Benton, editors. INTELCOL MANCHESTER 1994: 
PROGRESS TO MEET THE CHALLENGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE VI 
I M7ERNATIONALCONGRESSOF ECOLOGY, 21 TO 26 AUGUST 1994, MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM, 
tMTELCQL MANCHESTER 1994: VI Int. Congr. Ecol. 488p. 1994. Available from School Biol. Sci., Univ. 
Manchester, Williamson Bldg., Oxford Rd., Manchester Ml 3 9PL, England. FR 40(4} 

(School Biol. Sci,, Univ. Manchester, Williamson Bldg., Oxford Rd., Manchester M1 3 9PL, England] Selected 
abstracts fndexedl m this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-OO90B8 Taylor, William W.; C. Paota Ferreri; Fred L. Poston and John M. Robertson. EDUCATING FISHERIES 
PROFESSIONALS USING A WATERSHED APPROACH TO EMPHASIZE THE ECOSYSTEM PARADIGM. 
Fisheries (Bethcsda) 20(9):6-8. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Fish. & Wildl., Midi. State Univ., East Lansing 48824. lel:51 7-353-3048] 

95-O090B9 Thomas, C. D. EXTINCTION, COLONIZATION, AND METAPOPULATIONS: ENVIRONMENTAL 
TRACKING BY RARE SPECIES. Conserv. Biol. 8(2):373-378. 1994. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(4) 
[Sch. BEo I. Sci., Univ, Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, England] 

95-009090 Tipton, Ronald and Donald Tarler. REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF THE GRASS PICKEREL, ESOX 
AMERICANOS VERMICULATUS, FROM THE GREEN BOTTOM WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA, WEST 
VIRGINIA. Proc. W. Va. Acad. Sci. 67(1):21.'1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4} 
|De|J. Biol. Sci., Marshall Univ., Huntington, WV 25755) 

95-009091 Townsend, Wendy R. LIVING ON THE EDGE: SIRIONO HUNTING AND FISHING IN LOWLAND 
8OU VIA. Ph, D. dissertation, Univ. Ha. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

9S-OO9092 Wheeler, Q. D, SYSTEMATICS, THE SCIENTIFIC BASIS FOR INVENTORIES OF BIODIVERSITY. 
Special Csscie; Systematic Agenda 2000 Papers from a Meeting Held at the Royal Society, London, U April 1994. 
Mfctiaetf, Ctarttlge, coordinator. Biodivers. Conserv, 4(5):476-489. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Entwnol. & L. H. Bailey Hortorium, Cornell Univ., Comstock Hall, Ithaca, NY 14B53-0939| 

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ADMINISTRATION AND PUNNING 

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WES^ 

15(2):26-2 S . 1995. FR 40(4) G ' N ' SUNDS NAT 'ONAL PARK. p ark Set. (U.S. N M t. m ^ 

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AWn 
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Cody. WATER AND THE WIND. WJ*. WM 59(6,;, 8 . 27 , , 995 . rfi 40f 



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|Dep. Mfcrobiol., Mi flmi Univ., Oxford, OH 4S056] 
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95-00910& Nader, Dona!-P.; Robert C. Worresl; H. D. Kumar and Raymond C Smith. FFFFCTS < >! INC.RI ASI I 

SOLAR ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION ON AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS. Amblo 2<l(3):174-Ifl(). I'Wi. FK ''()(!) 

flnsl. Bot. & Pharm. Biol., Univ. Erlangen-Nuenberg, Slaulslr. 5, D-9I05R triune,' 1 ", < ii''m,iiiy. 
emailihaedergbalani^pcbiologieajni-crlangcn.de] 

95-009107 Halbert, C. L. and R. C. Wlssmar. HISTORICAL INFLUENCES OF FORLST PKACTiaS ON 
SALMONID HABITATS IN HEADWATERS OF THE SKAGIT RIVER HASIN, WASHINGTON. Prowthiw <>< ""' 
bHernalionat Workshop on the Ecology and Management of Aquatk-Twrestrial licoMwn, ii'htitiwy t'l-l'), '''''''- 
LViivp/siry of Washington, Seattle. G. Lee Link and Robert I. Naiman, c.ompilws. |>. 146. J')'M. Alisli." I ciily. 
FR 401-1) 

[School Fish, (WH-10), Univ. Wash., Seattle 98195] 

95-009108 Harper, David M,; Selena Randall and Eliot Taylor. ECOLOGICAL AITKAISAI OF IISMIKIIS 
RESTORATION TECHNIQUES IN LOWLAND RIVERS, Coar.! I'ish /:co/ofjy: fourth tntcrn,\tlt>it,\l Syiupn'-hiin t m 
the Ecology of fluvial Fishes, Held in Publish, Poland, 2 3-?. G tuna, 1993. David M. H:\rpw, n/ilor, /'<"/. '\"t> 
tydfobioi. 41|3}:323-330. 1994. FR -10(4) 

[Ecol. Unit, Dep. Zool., Univ. Leicester, University Rd,, l.eiatsli'i' LL'1 7KI I, Ennland] ,/' 

95-009100 Hodgson, Brian P, and Ken O'Hara. FISHERIES MANAGEMENT OF Till; WIJ SH I HI -A 
REGULATED RIVER. Coarse Fish Ecology: Fourth International Symposium on (/> Lcofafiy t>flltivi<il /is/it-v, / li'l'l 
snPulttuk, Poland, 23-26}une, 1993. David M. Harper, editor. t>ol. Arch. I lydmhiol. -I l(;i):.'i:il.;i.l!i. Mt'M. I K 4lM) 
fNatl, Rivers Authority, Welsh Reg,, Wales] Comgonus Invarvttis, Sultno trutta, \. s.i/.'rr, //ij'/ti,i//u> lltyiihillm. 
Pefca fluviatilii, and Leuciscus cepttalus in Wales. 

95-009110 Honsig-Erlcnburg, Wolfgang. [AQUATIC tCOLOdY ASI'FCTS t)F I lYDKOI'l AVI K 
DEVELOj'MENriN CARINTHIA-] Ocsre/r. Fisch. -10(5/6); 126- 1 32. 1995. In (ii.'iinan. FR ')()(() 

[SachgcbietslellcrCewaesserschutz & Fisch., U.Abl. IJi, GiiWiKissoroiikot. Amies Kiinrtinir l.iiiiliv.n'i'ji'iuiif:, 
Fljlichachcrstr. 70, 9020 Klagenfurl, Austria] 

95-009111 Hull man, Pfeter. FROM ONE-SIDED PROMOTION OF INDIVIDUAL INTLKISIS IN 



.... 

Ptocecdings of 'Living With Water" the International-'Cnnfarcncv on lntvnraUnl W.Krr RI'SIHIH c\ M,ti),im-tnfnt. 
HeM in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 26-29 September 199'!, S. II. llwpcr, At. f). C,ulMi, 1. v,i li'cfc, .\<\<t K M 
f,t. Rooijacken, editors. Water Sci. Tec/too/. 31(B);59-6d. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Delfi Univ. Techno!. & Min. Transport, Public Works & Water Man,inc., I'.O. HDX , c i(M, Nl, i6<)fl ( iA I irlll. 
Wetherlands] 

95-009112 Johnson, Ian W.; Craig R. N. Elliott and Alan (luslard, MODFI I IN( i U II IflK I Ol 
GROUNDWATER ABSTRACTION ON SALMONID I-IAIUTAT AVAII Allll.l I Y IN Tl IF KIVIR Al I IN, I )l >HSI I. 
ENGLAND. Sixth International Symposium on Rcinilatiid Streams, Ccski* thnl^ovln\ ( '/cc/i Ri<i>\ihtit 1 (. AW*I 
W94 Katct Pruch, editor, Regul. Rivers Res. & Mamtuu. 1()(2.4):229-a3H. I 1 )'). 1 :. FIMO(4) 
|lnst Flydrol,, Walllngfard, Oxon OX10 OBB, England] 

95-0091 13 Jurafda, Pavel. EFFECT OF CHANNELIZATION AND RIXHJI ATK )N < )N FISI I Rl ( 'HI HTMI Nl IM 

AFLOODFWINRIVER..taintoiOTMitona/Sym^ 

J-6 Auguu 19M. Knel Prach, editor. Regul. Rivers Res. A Manw. I0(2-l):2()7^ 1 'I. I'O.'i. I R .|(l(.|) 

[Insl Landscape EcoL, Acad Sci. Czech Rcpuh. Brno, Kvoln.i II, Mrno W)3 6!i, ( vet I, Kci.uhll. 1 1 ),,!,, (, i , 
species in llie Czecli Republic. 

950091 14 Kubecka, Jin and Jlri Vostradovsky. EFFECTS OF DAMS, RFCUI ATION AND 
FJ5F, STOCKS IN THE VLTAVA RIVER IN PRAGUE. 5M, / n(Pm .i ( ii,/ 

1 P fc '" St ' 



JHydrobfol. Ins!., Czech Acad Sci., Na sadkncli 7, 370 05 Qsslw limh-jovli:.., C/,-, h K^puhll, | 

9HW9J 15 Larson, Vickie L. FRAGMENTATION OF Tl It l.AND-WATFR MAR( ilN Win UN II II NI 
JND CENTRAL INDIAN RIVER LAGOON WATERSHED. /Ko^,"^ "n,\ ^' *" 

IMS * ' ^ '' 



(DynamacCorp,, Mail Code DYN-2, Kennedy Space Cent., Fl. :)2HW. tcl;'IO/-ll'i:i-:t,!m; 



B ? aL ?, FECTS OP MANGROVE MAKSI I MANAt il'Mt N M )N I ISI I ANt I 
. BmdtversHy of the Indian River iagnon- A C o/iftw/in- (Ml i, V,,,, i , ,1 > / 

M .$ wainiela i, comS ^^^ 

fOcfx Brol. Sd., Nil. Inst. Technol., 150 W. University Blvd., Mdlmurnp vm\.tm\\\ f ' .,/! i, i 
fcmnarfoodmv 



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HABITAT ALTERATIONS (Continued) 

95009117 Lusk Stanislav. INFLUENCE OF VALLEY DAMS ON THE CHANGES IN FISH COMMUNITIES 

INHABITING STREAMS IN THE DYJE RIVER DRAINAGE AREA. Folia Zoo/. 44(1 ):45-56. 1 995. FR 40(4] 

[Inst Landscape Ecol., Acad. 5ci. Czech Republic, Kvetna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] Batbits itarbu,. 
Chondrosl-ama IMS us, Leucrscus cephaltis, Salmo f rut fa fario, Jhymallus thymatlus, ,ind daw for 20 oihcr specie* 
in the Czech Republic. 

95-0091 IS Mahnken, Conrad. BENTHIC FAUNAL RECOVERY AND SUCCESSION AFTER REMOVAL OF A 
MARINE FISH FARM. Pti.D. dissertation, Univ. Wash. 1 993. FR 40(4) 

95-009119 Makeyeva, A. P.; N. G. Yernel'yanova; N. V- Belova and I. N. Ryabov. RADIGBIOI.GGIC'AL 
ANALYSIS OF SILVER CARP, HYPOPHTHALMICHJHYS MOLfTRIX, FROM THE COOLING POND OF THE 
CHERNOBYL NUCLEAR POWER PLANT SINCE THE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT. 2. DEVELOPMENT OF THE 
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM IN THE FIRST GENERATION OF OFFSPRING. /. Ichtbyol. 35{2):40-64. 1 995. FR 40(JJ 
[Biol, Dep,, Moscow State Univ., Moscow, Russia] 

95-0091 20 Mltson, R. 8. UNDERWATER NOISE OF RESEARCH VESSELS, Int. Counc. fxphr. Sfa Coop. R?i 
Rep. No.209.61p. 1995. FR 40(4} 

[ACOUSTEC, Swiss Collage, 5 Clinton Ave,, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32 5DA, England] 

95-009121 Nakano, SWgwu and Mikio Inoue. [EFFECTS OF CHANNEL ALTERNATION ON MASUSAIMO.N 
MICROHABITAT IN A TRIBUTARY OF THE TESHIO RIVER.] Special Issue: Salmon and Environment ofKm-r. 
Hiioya Shimizu, organizer. Tech. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery No. 164. p. 23-32. 1995. In Jiifianrse v,ib 
English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Nafcagawa Exp. For, Fac.Afidc,,, Hokkaido Univ., OtoineppuJ-lokknido 098-25, Japan] OiicorftyodiuinHscj 
in Japan. 

95.009122 Ojitlfcangas, Esa; Kimmo Aroiveu and Ecro Uukkanen. DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OJ 
RIVER LAMPREY (IAMPFTRA fLUVlAmtS) AMMGCOETES IN THE REGULATED RIVER PF.KHONJOKI. 5Juft 
International Symposivm on Regulated Streams. Ceske Buclcjovice, Czech Republic, 3-t> August 1994, K<iwl Freeh. 
editor. Regul. Rivers Res. & Manage. 10(2-4):239-245. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Kokkola Water & Environ. Dial., Torikalu 40 FJ, 67100 Kokkola, Finland] 

95-009123 OIsgard,Frodeand JohnS. Cray. ACOMPREHENSIVEANALYSISOFTHEEFFECTSOFOFFStlORE 
OILAND CAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION ON THE BENTHIC COMMUNITIESOFTHE NORWEGIAN 
CONTINENTAL SHELF. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 122{1-3):277-30f>. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Sect. Mar. Zool. & War. Cheni., Dep, Biol., Univ. Oslo, P.O. ox 1064, N-03l6Oslo, Nr\vay| 



95-009124 Palheta, Dulcidcia and Andrew Taylor. MERCURY IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND 
SAMPLES FROM A GOLD MINENG AREA IN THE AMAZON REGION OF BRAZIL. Su. foMl 
HJfl(1}:63-IJ9, 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Taylo;: Trace Elements Lab., Robens Inst. Health & Safety, Univ. Surrey, Guildford, Surie/OUa 5X1 1, 
Data, for seven specEcs. 



95-009125 Penaz, Milan; Pavel jurajda; Albert Luis Roux and Jean Michel Olivier, 
ASECTOR OF THE RHONE RIVER INFLUENCED BY THE BREGNIER-CORDON HYDROELECTRIf: SCHEME. 
Sixth International Symposivm on Regulated Streams, Cesko Bi/rfc/owce, Czech Republic, 3-(> AUJ'IHI t'M-l Kuc-f 
Prach, editor Regul. Rivers Res. & Manage. 10|2-4}:363-372, 1995. FR 40(4) 

|lnst, Landscape Ecol., Acad. Sci- Czech Republic, Kvutna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] Dnla for 2fi spcck-i 
in France. 

95-009126 Rogers, Gregory Lawrence. FISH COMMUNITIES Of THREE STREAMS IN THE SARINi 
NATIONAL FOREST AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS PETROLEUM EXPLORATION, M.S.lftcs/s,5ft.fJiwif.Auirii 
State Univ. 1 14p. 1994. From Masters AbsLr. Int. 33(2):473. 1 995. Order Nn. MA135B504. FR 40(4) 

95-009127 Shields, F. D., Jr.; A. J. Bowie and C M. Cooper. CONTROL OF STREAMBANK LROSION mil TO 
BED DEGRADATION WITH VEGETATION AND STRUCTURE. Water Resour. Bull. 31(3):47ri-4B!), 1WS. 
FR 40(4) 

[US. Dep. Agric., ARS-NSL, ?.O. Box 1 1 57, Oxford, MS 30655-1 1 57] 

95-0091 28 Tsulsumf, Hlronkf. IMPACT OF FISH NET I J EN CULTURE ON THE DENTHIC ENVIRONMENT OF 
A COVE IN SOUTH JAPAN. Dedicated Issue: The Effects of Affiiaciilture In fsli/ar/no [nvinmme-nls. Hnliffi V,'. 
Hastings and Donald R, Heinle, organizers. f.stuades 18(1 A}:1 08-1 15. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Lab, Mar. Biol., Pcifeclimil Univ. Kumamoto, 3-1-100 Tsukidc, Kunianioto 862, Japan] 

95-009129 Yabe, Hiroki; Akihiho Tank Masashl Yamagudil and Alsushl Yoshfl. [RIVER IMPROVfMEKT 
WORKS ACCORDANT TO FISH HABITAT.] 5peda/ Issue: Salmon ami Environment of River. 
organizer. Tech. Rep, Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery No. 164. p. 9-21. 1995. In Japanese. FR 40(4) 
(River Manage., Conslr, Dep., Hokkaido Dev. Bur., NB-W2, Kila-ku, Sapporo 060, Japan] 

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|F.nanc, A Manage. Sci. Dep., Saint Mary's Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada B3H 3C3 ] 
FISH CONTROL AND REMOVAL 



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A5T ( 
nan ''. Sac. / nd/a 15(1. 2 ):69.72. 1983, 

MARKfNG AND TAGGING 

rORMA'RU'Glu^^ES^oS^^^ 

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95-009154 Mulh 7 "*' ^^ U " iV ' "'^ K " an ' Minat ' ^^ 1 8 ' JaPanI Canm cfeteal&jtolut 
EMBRYOS AND U URVAE%maU S oS^ OTOLITHS IN RAZORBACK SUCKEf 

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F VISIBU ' MPIANT TACS V )UVEN,LE BROWN TROUT. / n sh 
ane & R sh . Re , lnsl ., ft|t 



Foster. RETENTION, RECOGNITION, 
80(4); 16 1-1 ?0. 1994. FR 40(4) S AN MARKS FOR WHITE STURGEON. Calif. Fish Came 



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95-009158 SchroderS L-ECVnllcr JH i- ^ 

EMERGED SALM T" MARKING EMBRYONIC AND NEWLY 



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95OG9160 Andreasen, Linda L. PREDATION AND CANNIBALISM ON HATCHERY-REARED STRIPED BASS 
IN THE PATUXENT RIVER, MARYLAND. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings 
of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. l-larold L. 
Sfhramm Ir. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 553-554. 1995. Abslracl only. FR 40(4) 
[U.S. Fish & Wild). Serv., Fish. Resour. Off., 1 825 Virginia Si., Annapolis, MD 21 401 ] Morane saxatilis, Ictalurus 
pitnclatus, Aineiurus catus, and Micropogonias undulatus. 

95-0091 6 1 Bachen, Bruce A. and Tim Linlcy. HIDDEN FALLS HATCHERY CHUM SALMON PROGRAM. Uses 
jn d Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop 
hefcf in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L Schramm Ir. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. 
fifb. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 564-565. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[North, Somheasl Reg. Aqucull. Assoc., 1308 Sawmill Creek Rd., Silka, AK 99835] Oncorhynchus keta in 
Alaska. 

95-009162 Blankenship, H. Lee and Kenneth M. Leber. A RESPONSIBLE APPROACH TO MARINE STOCK 
ENHANCEMENT. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International 
Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 Match 1994. Harold L. Schramm Ir. and 
Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 1 67-1 75. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish & Wildl., 600 Capitol Way N,, Mail Stop 43149, Olympia, WA 98501] Cadus morhua, Mugil 
tephaltts, Scfaenops ocellatus, and Atractosdon nobilis. 

95-009163 Bowles, Edward C. SUPPLEMENTATION: PANACEA OR CURSE FOR THE RECOVERY OF 
DECLINING FISH STOCKS? Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the 
fn ler national Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1 994. Harold L. Schramtn 
(r- and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 277-283. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Fish & Game, 600 S. Walnut St., Boise, ID 83707] 

95-0091 64 Buynak, Gerard L. EVALUATION OF A SMALI.MOUTH BASS STOCKING PROGRAM AT CAVE 
RUN AND CANNON CREEK LAKES. Ky. Dep. Fish Wildl. Resour. Fish Bull. No. 97. 16p, 1995. FR 40(4) 
Micropterus dolomieu in Kentucky. 

95-009(65 Campion, Donald E. GENETIC EFFECTS OF HATCHERY FISH ON WILD POPULATIONS OF 
PACIFIC SALMON AND STEELHEAD: WFIAT DO WE REALLY KNOW? Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in 
Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New 
Mexico, 12-17 Marc/i 1994. Harold L Schramm Ir. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc, Symp. No. 15. 
p, 337-353. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Fish. & Aqual. Sci., Univ. Fla., 7922 Northwest 71sl St., Gainesville 326531 Oncorliynchus and O, 
mykiss. 

95-0091 66 Cassnni, John R, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS FOR GRASS CARP AS A MANAGEMENT TOOL, 
Uses ami Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and 
Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L Schramm Ir. and Robert G. Piper, 
editors Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No, 15. p. 407-412. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Lee Cly. Hyacinth Cont. Dis., P.O. Box 60005, Fort Myers, FL 33906] Ctenopnaryngodon I'de/Ja in the United 
Si ales. 

95-009 1 67 Chacon-Tones, Arturo and Catnlina Rosas-Monge. A RESTORATION PLAN FOR PEZ BLANCO IN 
LAKE PATZCUARO, MEXICO. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the 
fftiernat'mnat Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, ) 2- 1 7 March 1994. Harold L Schramm 
ff. ami Rolteit G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 1 22-1 26. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Esc. Oiol., Univ. Michoacana San Nicolas Hidalgo, Michoacan, Mexico] Chirostoma estoreslor. 

95-009168 Collrall, Kirby D.; Scott Stuewe and Alan Brandenburg. INCORPORATING THE STOCK CONCEPT 
AND CONSERVATION GENETICS IN AN ILLINOIS STOCKING PROGRAM. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes 
in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New 
Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L Schramm Ir. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. 
p. 24-1-2-1B. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Dcp. Conserv,, Div. Fish,, 600 N. Grand Ave. W., Springfield, IL 62702] 

95-009169 Courlenay, Waller R., Jr. THE CASE FOR CAUTION WITH FISH INTRODUCTIONS. Uses and 
Effects of Cultured Fishes In Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held 
in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L Schramm fr. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. 
Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 41 3-424. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Atlantic Univ., Dep. Biol. Sci,, Boca Raton, FL 33431] 

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95-0091 70 Crutchfield, John U., Jr. ESTABLISHMENT AND EXPANSION OF REDDEUY TILAPIA ANDBLUt 
TILAPIA IN A POWER PLANT COOLING RESERVOIR. USES and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Fcosyjler;! 
ptoceedingsonbelntemawnalSympositim and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexko, 12-17MaxhM4. 
HaroM 1 Schrammlr. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp- No. 15. p. 452-461. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Power & Light Co., 41 2 S. Wilminglon St., Raleigh, NC 2 760 1 ] Jtlapta aurea, T. zilli, Notemigonus cryso^n. 
Carnousia holbrooki, Cypiineth snatostana, Lepomis cyanclius, Dorosoma cepedianum, Cyprinus carpio, JcraJycJ 
punctatus, Ameiurus platycephalus, and A catus in North Carolina. 

95 0091 71 Drawbridge, Mark A.; Donald B. Kent; Michael A. Shane and Richard F. Ford. THE ASSESSMENT 
OF MARINE STOCK ENHANCEMENT IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: A CASE STUDY INVOLVING THE MITE 
SEABASS, Uses and fffecfs of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International S^mpojx~i 
and Workshop field in Albuquerque, New Mexico, J2-17 March 1994. Harold L Schramm \r. and Rotten C, Ffe-. 
editors Am Fish, Soc Symp. No. 15. p. 566-569. 1995. FR 40(4} 

(Hubbs-Sea World Res. Insl., 2595 Ingraliam St., San Diego, CA 92109] Airactoscion nobills, 

95009172 Fjellheirn, Arne; Gunnar C. Raddum and Rjorn T. [Jarlaup. DISPERSAL, GROWTH AKD 
MORTALITY OF BROWN TROUT (SALMO TRUTTA L.) STOCKED IN A REGULATED WEST NORWffitW 
RIVER Sixth International Symposium on Regulated Streams, Ccske Budejovice, Ctecb Republic, 3-6 August IW4 
Kare/Pradi editor. Rcgul. Rivets Res. & Manage. 10(2-4):! 37-1 45. 1995. FR 40(4) 
(Insl. Zoo!., Univ. Bergen, Allegl. 41, N-5007 Bi-rgen, Norway] 

95-0091 73 Flags, Thomas A.; F. William Waknitzj Desmond J. Maynard; George B. Milncr and Conrad V W 
Mahrken. THE EfFECT OF HATCHERIES ON NATIVE COHO SALMON POPULATIONS IN THE LOtVEl 
COLUMBIA RIVER. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the tolemalwi 1 
Symposium and Woikshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 199'!. Harold L Schramm k iri 
Robat C Pipe!, edfton. Am, Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 366-375. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

(NMFS, Northwest Fish, Sci. Cent., 2 725 Montlake Blvd. E., Seattle, WA 981 1 2] Oncorfiyflcrius 



95-0091 74 Forshage, Allen A. and Loraine T. Fries. EVALUATION OF THE FLORIDA LARGEMOUTH BAH IN 
TEXAS, 1972-1993. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the tnternaiton*! 
Svmposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L. Schrarmli. i?,J 
Robert G Piper, editors. Am. Fisti Soc. Symp, No, 1 5. p. 484-49 1 . 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Parks & Wildl, Oep., 1 1 942 FM B48, Tyler, TX 75707| Microptertis salmoidcs salmoides and M. s. 



95-009175 Clllllind, Eugene and Jeff Boxrucker. SPECIES-SPECIFIC GUIDELINES FOR STOCKING 
RESERVOIRS IN OKLAHOMA. Uses and Effecis of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ccosysfems: Proceed/ngj o/i^ 
International Sympoaam and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1 2-17 March J 394. Harold I. Schorr 
]r. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. fish. Hoc. Symp. No. 15. p. 144-151, 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Fish, Res, Lab,, 500 E, Constellation, Norman, OK 73072] Ictatums punctatus, Microplcnis doiomv, M 
sa/moldes, Morons matilis x M. chiysops, and Stizosieilion canadense x 5. vitreum. 

95-0091 76 Godll, John. FISH FORAGE STUDIES. Goto. DiV. Wildl. Res. Rev. No. 2. p. 33-35. 1 993, FR 4QHJ 
Dorosoma cepediarwm, Notropis hudsonius, N. alhcrinoides, Osmerus mordax, Safnm salar, SaW.t-'ji 
namaycush, anrl S, fontinalis in Colorado. 

95-009177 Hate, Marty M,; Joe C. Crumpton and Ralph J. Schiller Jr. FROM SPORTFISHING BUSITO 
COMMERCIAL FISHING BOON: A HISTORY OP THE BLUE TILAI'lA IN FLORIDA. Usesand Effcctt ofCuftuwJ 
fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuifuem^e, 
New Mexico, 12^ 7 March )09<l. Harold L. Schramm )r. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc, Symp. Ms. 
l5.p.425-430.1995.FR'10(4) 

[Game & Fresh Water Fish Coinrn., Euslis Ffsli. Res. Lab., Euslis, FL 32727] Jilapia aurea. 

95.009170 Hardesly, James M. RESULTS OF TRANSPLANTING ADVANCED SIZE LARGEMOUTH BASi 
(MICROPURUS SALMQiDK) INTO EL FJOKADO RESERVOIR. M.5. thesis, Emporia State Univ. 1 9M. FR 40(4} 

95-0091 79 Heard, William; Roberl Burkctt; Frank Thrower and Steve McGce, A REVIEW OF CHINOOK 
SAI MON RESOURCES IN SOUTHEAST ALASKA AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN ENHANCEMENT FROGIWt 
DESIGNED FOR MINIMAL HATCHERY-WILD STOCK INTERACTION. Uses and Meets of Cultut cii fbto ii 
Aquatic fcoiyslemi: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, NF.V 
Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L Schramm fr. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am, Fish. Soc. Symp. No, Si. 
p. 21-37. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[NMFS, Auke Bay Lab., Fish. Sci. Cent,, 1 1305 Glacier l-lwy., Juneau, AK 99801 ] Oncorhynchus tihmyKki. 



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95^09180 Hendricks, Michael L. THE CONTRIBUTION OF HATCHERY FISH TO THE RESTORATION OF 
AMERICAN SHAD IN THE SUSQUEHANNA RIVER. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: 
Froceedinssof the Jniemar/ona/ Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1 994. 
HaioM L Schtamm jr. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15, p. 329-336. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Fish & Boat Comm., Senner Spring Fisli Res. Stn., Stale College, PA 1 6801 ] Alosa sapidissima in Maryland 
and Pennsylvania. 

95-0091 81 Kaeriyama, Masahide. POPULATION DYNAMICS AND STOCK MANAGEMENT OF HATCHERY 
SALMON IN JAPAN. {Salmon Seminar Abstracts: 40th Salmon Seminar, November 14, 1994.J Hokkaido Salmon 
Hatchery, tech. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery No. .164. p. 60-69. 1995. In English and Japanese. FR 40(4) 
Oncorhynchus nerfca and O. keta.. 

95-009162 Kenl, Donald B.; Mark A. Drawbridge and Richard F. Ford. ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND 
ROADBLOCKS OF A MARINE STOCK ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM FOR WHITE SEABASS IN CALIFORNIA. 
UJPJ and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and 
Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-J7 March 1994. Harold L Schramm Ir. and Robert C. /'/per, 
editors, Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 492-490. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Hubbs-Soa World 1 Res. Inst., 2595 Ingraham St., San Diego, CA 92 1 09| Alracloscion noWWs. 

95-O09 1 &3 King, Tim L.; Rocky Ward; Ivonne R. Blandon; Robert L, Colura and John R. Gold. USING GENETICS 
IN THE DESIGN OF RED DRUM AND SPOTTED SEATROUT STOCKING PROGRAMS IN TEXAS; A REVIEW. 
Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and 
Workshop field in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994, Harold L Schramm Ir. and Robert C. Piper, 
editor Am. fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p, 499-502. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Nail. Biol. Serv., Leetown Sci. Cent., Aquat. Ecol. Lab., 1700 Leelown Rd., Kearneysvillo, WV 25430] 
Sciaenops ocellatus and Cynosc'ton nebulosus. 

95-009184 Ktaman, Benjy. USE OF CULTURED FISFl FOR PUT-GROW-AND-TAKE FISHERIES IN KENTUCKY 
IMPOUNDMENTS. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International 
Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L Schramm Ir. and 
RobeitG, Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 510-526. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Fiih & WJldl. Resour., 1 Game Farm Rd., Frankfort, KY 40601 1 Esox masquinongy, Stizostedion vitreum, 
Ictalwuspunctatus, Morone saxatilis, M. chrysops, and Oncorhynchus mykiss, 

95-009165 LarscheklJoeG. DEVELOPMENT OF AN OPTIMAL STOCKING REGIME FOR WALLEYES IN EAST 
OKQGQjl LAKE, IOWA, Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International 
Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold I. Schramm Ir. and 
Rabat C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 472-403. 1995. FR 40(4) 
|Deji.Nat. Resour., 611 252nd Ave,, Spirit Lake, IA 51360] Stizostedion vitreum. 

95-009186 Lassuy, Dennis R. INTRODUCED SPECIES AS A FACTOR IN EXTINCTION AND 
ENDANCERMENT OF NATIVE FISH SPECIES. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: 
Proceedings oi the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-1 7 March 1994. 
Ha/otitl. Schramm fr. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15, p. 391-396. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
[209 Poplar Kd, Riva, MD 21 140| 

95-009187 Lcary, Robb F.; Fred W. Allendorf and George K. Sage. HYBRIDIZATION AND INTROGRESSION 
BETWEEN INTRODUCED AND NATIVE FISH. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: 
Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. 
Harold L Schramm //. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 91-101. 1995. FR 40(4) 
JUniv. Mont., Dep. Biol. Sci., Missoula 5901 2] 

95-009188 Leber, Kenneth M. SIGNIFICANCE OF FISH SIZE-AT-RELCASE ON ENHANCEMENT OF STRIPED 
MUUET FISHERIES IN HAWAII./, World Aquacull. Soc. 26(2);143-153. 1995. FR 40(4) 
(Oceanic Insr., Makapuu Point, Waimanalo, HI 96795] Mugi 1 / cep/ia/i/s, 

95-009169 Leber, Kenneth M.; Nathan P. Brennan and Steve M. Arcc. MARINE ENHANCEMENT WITH 
STRIPED MULLET: ARE HATCHERY RELEASES REPLENISHING OR DISPLACING WILD STOCKS? Uses and 
f ffects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held 
in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L, Schramm Ir. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. 
Sof. Symp. No. 15. p. 376-387. 1995, FR 40(4) 

[Oceanic Inst., Makapuu Point, Waimanalo, HI 96795| Mug// ccphalus in Hawaii. 

95-OC91 90 Logan, Daniel J. WHAT IN THE WORLD IS A PIRAPATINGAf Am. Curr. p. 23-25. Fall 1 994. FR 40(4) 
Co/ois-oma brachypomum, C. mitrei, and C macropomum in Oregon. 

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^^ THE RAZORBACK SUCKER IN LW 

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95-009101 ShaAand, Paul L. INTRODUCTION AND ESTABLISHMENT Of A SUCCESSFUL BUTTERFLY 
FEACQCK FISHERY IN SOUTHEAST FLORIDA CANALS. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic 
ftojiys is mi. Pfnceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 
Af-.'ch 1 994. Hatofd L Schramrn Jr. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 443-45 1 . 1 995, 



[Came & Frciti Water Fish Co mm,, Non-Native Fish Res. Lab., 801 Northwest 40th St., Boca Raton, FL 3343 1 1 
'/j-py maiiae, Cichfn oceHaris, iepomis microlophus, L mncrochirus, and Micropterus salmoides. 

95-009202 Shaklee, James B.; Carol Smith; Sewall Young; Christopher Marlowe; Chuck Johnson and Brad B. 
Sele. A CAPTIVE BROODSTOCK APPROACH TO REBUILDING A DEPLETED CHINOOK SALMON STOCK. 
L r s and fffecis of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and 
Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L. Schramm Ir. and Robert C. Piper, 
fdtors. Am, fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 567. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dcp. Fish &Wildl., P.O. Box 43151, Olympic, WA 90504] Oncorbynchus tshnwytscha in Washington. 

95-009203 Smoker, Willfam W. and Frank P. Thrower. HOMING PROPENSITY IN TRANSPLANTED AND 
NATIVE CHUM SALMON. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the 
fai&natiortal Symposium andWorkshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-1 7 March 1994. Harold L. Schramm 
I-' and Roberl G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 575-576. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Univ. Alaska, Junoau Cent. Fish. & Ocean Sci., 1 11 20 Glacier Hwy., Juneau 99801 ] Oncorhynchus keta in 
Alaska. 

95-009204 Spicer, Agnes V.; John R. Moring and Joan G. Trial. DOWNSTREAM MIGRATORY BEHAVIOR OF 
HATCHERY-REARED, RADIO-TAGGED ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SAI.AR) SMOLTS IN THE PENOBSCOT 
RIVE.R, MAINE, USA. fish. Res. (Amst.) 23{3,4):255-266, 19'J5. FR 40(4} 

[Moling: Dep. Zoo!., Univ. Maine, 5751 Murray Hall, Orono 04469-5751] 

95-009205 Stone, Michael D. FISH STOCKING PROGRAMS IN WYOMING: A BALANCED PERSPECTIVE. 
Lfsei arid Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and 
Workihop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L. Schramm Ir. and Robert C. Piper, 
editors. Am. fish. Sac. Symp. No. 15. p. 47-51. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Came& Fish Dep., 5400,Bishop Blvd., Cheyenne, WY 82006) Oncorbynchus mykiss, O. darki, and Salvelinus 
fen lina frs . 

95-009206 Takaba, Minoru; Sliuichi Kitada; Hiroshi Nakano and Tarzo Morioka. [SURVIVAL, FEEDING 
ACTIVITY, AND LIVER CONSTITUENTS Of RED SEA BREAM RELEASED INTO THE SETO INLAND SEA OF 
JAPAN WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO FISH QUALITY.] Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi 61(4):574-579. 1995. In 
Japanese with English sunim. FR 40(4) 

[Hiroshima Prcfcctural Fish. Exp. Sin., 6-21-1 Hatami, Ondo, Aki, Hiroshima 737-12, Japan] Pagrus ma/or. 

95-009207 Taylor, Sidney and William Heard, RETURNS OF ADULT SOCKEYE SALMON FROM 
HATCHERY-REARED AGE-0 SMOLTS. {Salmon .Seminar Abstracts; 40th Salmon Seminar, November 14, 1994.] 
Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery. Tech. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery No. 164. p, 72-73. In English and Japanese. 
FIHO[4) 

Qncmhynchus netka in Alaska. 



Van den Avyle, Michael ).; Julie E. Wallin and Carl Hall. RESTORATION OF THE SAVANNAH RIVER 
STRIPED BASS POPULATION. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the 
Internal ionaf Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1 994. Harold L. Schramm 
fr. and Robert G. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 572, 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Nal3. Biot. Serv., Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit, Daniel B. Warnell School For. Resour., Univ. Ga., Athens 
30602] Morone sbxalilis In Georgia and South Carolina. 

95-009209 Van Vooren, Allan R. THE ROLES OF HATCHERIES, HABITAT, AND REGULATIONS IN WILD 
TROUT MANAGEMENT IN IDAHO, Uses anrf Effects of Cultured fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems; Proceedings of 
ihe International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L 
Schrxmmlr. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 512-517. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dcp. fish & Game?, 600 S. Walnut St., P.O. Box 25, Boise, ID 83707] 

95-009210 Walil, David H.; Roy A. Stein and Dennis R. DeVries. AN ECOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR 
EVALUATING THE SUCCESS AND EFFECTS OF STOCKED FISHES. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic 
Tcoiy-jtems: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 
March 1994. Untold L Schramrn Ir. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 176-189. 



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l. Hist. Survey, Cent. Aqual. Ecol,, &07 E. Peabody Dr., Champaign, IL 61 820] fsox, Micropterus salmotcles, 
Stizostcdion vHrewjif and tctalurus punclatus. 



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95-00921 1 Wallir., Julie E, and Michael J. Van den Avyle. LONG-TERM SURVIVAL 

OF STRIHD BASS STOCKED IN THE SAVANNAH RIVER, GEORGIA-SOUTH CAROUNA B 

Cultured fishes m Aquattc Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International Symposium anr/ Workshop 

A'buwerc,ueN ew M e ^ 

Symp. No. 15. p. 560, 1995. Abstract only. PR 40(4) mrwi. 

(NalL Blol Serv., Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit, Daniel B. Warnell Sen. For. Rcsour., Univ Ca 
Morone saxaiilis. "., 



95-009212 Ward, Rocky; Lawrence W. McEachron; Billy E. Fills and Maurice Muoenke MUllLVAflUU 
ANALYS'SOFREDDRUMSTOCK.NGINTEXASBAYS.^^ 

Proceedings o/ffip International Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 Match 1M 
FR4W41 7r B "" R ben C Pipef ' editors - Am ~ Ftsk Soc - Vnp. No. 15. p. 552. 1995. Absl^at^ 

(Parks & WJIdl. Dep., Perry R. Bass Mar. Fish. Res. Sin., HC 2, Box 305, Palacios, TX 77465) 

95-009213 Ward, Rocky; Tim L, King; Ivonne R. Blandon and Lawrence W McEachron IISF OF c,i<;f 
MARKING TO ASSESS STOCKING SUCCESS OF RED DRUM IN TEXAS BAYs! ijE7and ^ oS 
tones in Aquatic fcosystems: Praceet/mgs of the International Symposium and Workshop held in /Ifctmoew - 

^ ^^L^ ", M c D Har /d l ' 5C/iramm ^ md fio/3er( C ' "^ ^"^ ^. , Soc St 
15.p. 551. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) F 

[Paiks&Wildl.Dep., Perry R. Bass Mar. Fish. Res. Sin., HC 2, Box 385, Palado S ,TX774&5],9eno^ce-,'lj 



RF<nnPr P ' Km , a " d Willa Nehken - BE1TER ROLES FOR FISH STOCKING IN AQUATIC 

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT USES and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proccalim of to 
mernai,ona/ Symposium and ^^ 

If. and Robert C. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 527-547 1 995 FR 40(41 
|320 1 2th Ave. N., Edmonds, WA 98020] 



SENSE PROTOCOL FOR THE USE OF HATCI ttRV-REAREO 

w,i n , - quatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the IntetnMtoml Jfywipoj L -. 

artWorkshopheUmAttiuquerque.NewMexicQ, 12-17March 1994. Harold 1. Schramm }r. and Robn\ G tip*. 
editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 465-471. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Game & Fish Dep, 528 S. Adams, Laramie, WY 82070] 



iS; Daniel E ' Robefls a - . 
AN AT RELEASE ON R ECAPTURL RATES OF 



D 

Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 1 5. p. 354-365 1 995 FR 40(4) 



FlorklT S5 ' [1St " eP ' EnVir n ' Pr0t " M49S Har " ee Rd " Port Manatee < FL 34221 1 



NKWOROKMrn POTENTIAL IMPACT ON ZOOPLANKTON AN'O 

^ [ 5^4) COMMUNITIES IN AN OLICOTROPHIC LAKE. Ohio I. Sci. 95(2): 1 3. 1 995. 



'^^^ 



FISHING GEAR AND TECHNIQUES 

INTRODUCED RATS AND COMMERCIAL FiS! IINK INTHE 

" "- CU RR 5421, Robertson Rd, Del^ :. Cad, 



FISHTRAP FoTpUFFW^^i? 3 lsh % Kaz ^ Sako and Takehiko Imal. [A CATCHING MODEL OF 
FR40(4) ' PP " SUI53n C3kk3lshi &1 ( 3 l ; 356-362. 1995. In Japanese will* F.n E 1i 5 h 

[Fac. Fish., Kagoshima Unlv,, Kagoshima 890, Japan] lagocephalus wheeteri. 



F RSHINC AC T'VHIES \H THE NORTH SEA 
o/nw ro nmen ( Northern 5o '9X IIMd 

" <1U/ 



[Danish Inst. Fish. & Mar. R es ., Charlottenlund Castle, DK-2920 Charlot.enlund, Denmark] 

FR40(4) 17n 

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FISHING GEARAND TECHNIQUES (Continued) 

03-009221 Glass C W and C. S. Wardle. STUDIES ON THE USE OF VISUAL STIMULI TO CONTROL FISH 
SSp FROM CODENDS II. THE EFFECT OF A BLACK TUNNEL ON THE REACTION BEHAVIOUR OF FISH 
IN OTTER TRAWL CODENDS. Fish. Res. (Amsl.) 23(1,2):165-174. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Scottish Off. Agric. & Fish. Dep., Mar. Lab., P.O. Box 1 01 , Victoria Rd, Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Scotland] 

95-009222 Class C W.; C. S. Wardle; S. ], Gosden and D. N. Racey. STUDIES ON THE USE OF VISUAL 
STIMULI TO CONTROL FISH ESCAPE FROM CODENDS. I. LABORATORY STUDIES ON THE EFFECT OF A 
BLACK TUNNEL ON MESH PENETRATION, fish. Res. MmsfJ 23(1,21:157.164. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Scottish Off. Agric. & Fish. Dep., Mar. Lab., P.O. Box 101, Victoria Rd., Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Scotland] 
Scomber scombrus. 

95009223 Hasegawa, Eiichi. (STUDIES ON FISH CATCHING PROCESS BY NIGHT-TIME PURSE SEINING 
METHOD AND .BEHAVIOUR OF OB]ECT FISH.] Nippon Su/san CafcfcafsW 61(4):4B5-489. 1995. In Japanese. 
FR 40(4) 

[Fac. Bioresour., Mie Univ., Tsu, Mie 514, Japan] 

95-009224 HallulaJapanijTiina Luoma; Rauno Kosliainenjjouko Pou^ 

EFFECTS OF CATCHING METHOD ON DIFFERENT QUALITY PARAMETERS OF BALTIC HERRING (CLUPEA 

HARiNCUS LJ.Fish. Res. (AmsL) 23<3,4):209-221. 1995. FR 40(4) 

IVTT Biotechnol. & Food Res., P.O. Box 1500, FIN-02044 VTT, Biologinkuja 1, Espoo, Finland! 

9S-009225 Kaiser, M. ]. and B. E. Spencer. SHORT-TERM ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF BEAM TRAWLING 
IMtLCQL Manchester 1994: Progress (o Meet the Challenge at Environmental Change. P e rttngsofteV 
International Congress of Ecology, 2 Mo 26 August 1 994, Manchester, United Kingdom. John H. Jallis, Hazel I. 
Noroiarv and Richard A Benlon, editors, p. 189. 1994, Abstract only. FR 40(4) 



95-009226 Moloney, Coleen L; John Cooper; Peter G. Ryan and W. Roy Siegfried. 

MODEL TO ASSESS THE IMPACT OF LONGLINE FISHING ON WANDERING ALBATROSS DIOMEDEA 

fXUMWS POPULATIONS, Biot Conserv. 70(3): 1 95-203. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Percy FitzPalrick Inst. African Ornithol., Univ. Cape Town, Rondcbosch 7700, South Africa] 

95-009227 Murray S.; S. Wanless and M. P. Harris. THE EFFECTS OF FIXED SALMON SALMO SAIM ! NETS 
ON GUI LLEMOT LWM MICE AND RAZORBILL ALCA TORDA IN NORTHEAST SCOTLAND IN 1 992, B,ol. 
Conserv. 70(3):25 1 -256. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

|Royal Soc. Prol. Birds, The Lodge, Sandy, Bedfordshire, SG19 2DL, England] 

95-009229 Newman, Stephen J. and David McB. Williams. MESH SIZE SELECTION AND DIEL VARIABILITY 
IN CATCH OF FISH TRAPS ON THE CENTRAL GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA: A PRELIMINARY 
INVESTIGATION. Fish. Res. (AmsL) 23(3,4):237-253. 1995. FR 40(4) in ,,v, BQ , 7 , 

[Australian Inst. Mar. Sci., P.M.B. No. 3, Townsville MC, Qld. 4810, Australia. teh(077)789272, 
fax:(077)725852] Data for 28 species. 

95-009229 Schill, Daniel ). and Kennelh F. Beland. ELECTROFISHING INJURY STUDIES. Fisheries (Bethesda) 
20(6}:28-29. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep, Fish & Game, 600 S. Walnut, Box 25, Boise, ID 83707-0025. tel: 2 08-4 65-8404] 

95-009230 Todd, Gary L. A LIGHTWEIGHT, INCLINED-PLANE TRAP FOR SAMPLING SALMON SMOLTS IN 
RIVERS. AlskFlsh. Res. Bull. 1(2)1168-1 75. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish & Game, Commer. Fish. Manage. & Dev. Div., 3482B Kalifornsky Beach Rd., Suite B, Soldotna, 
AK 99669] 

9S-OQ9231 Tsarin, S, A, DETERMINATION OF THE CATCHABILITY COEFFICIENT OF MICRONEKTONIC 
FISF1ING GEARJ. Ichthyol. 35(2):1 20-127. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|lr>st, Biol. South. Seas, Ukrainian Acad. Sci., Sevastopol, Ukraine] 

95-009232 Tsuruda, Kazuhlro; Takashi Obuchi and Cunzo Kawamura. t ME ?H SELECTIVITY CURVES FOR 
FLOUNDER PARALICHJHYS OLIVACEUS TRAMMELNET.j Nippon 5uisan Gakkaishi 61(4).547-552. UJb. in 
Japanese -wllh English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Fish., Kagoshima Prefeclural Fish. Res. Lab., Kinko, Kagoshima 890, Japan] 

95-00923 3 Van der Meer, J, ]. I). Wltte and H. W. Van der Veer. SUIT^^^^ 

FISH TRAP FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF LONG-TERM TRENDS IN FISH AND EPIBENTHIC INVERTEBRATb 

POPULATlOl^fS. fnv/ron. Mon/t. Assess. 36(2):1 39-1 48. 1995. FR 40(4) _ 

[Netherlands Inst. Sea Res, P.O. Box 59, 1790 AB Den Burg, Netherlands] Data for 31 spec.es m the 
Netherlands. 



1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

FISHING GEAR AND 7ICHNfQU (Continued) 

95-009234 Yalsu, Akihiko; Michael Dahlberg and Skip McKinnell. EFFECT OF SOAKINr IIVF .' 

CATCH-PER-UNIT-EFFORTOFMAJORSPECIESTAKEN IN THEJAPANESE SQUID DRIFTNETFISHrHmii- 
Fish. Res. (Amst.) 23{l,2):23-35. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Nail. Res. Inst. Far Seas Fish., 5-7-1, Orido, Shimizu-shi 424, Japan] firania japanica, Pentamoi r^'- 
Thunnus alalunga, Piionace %lauca, and iantna ditropisin the North Pacific Ocean. ^ 

FERTILIZATION OF SOIL AND WATER 

95-009235 Das, R. K.; B. N. Saigal and V. V. Sugunan. RESPONSE OF SOME BACTERIA! POI'UIATinv.- 
A JUTE-RETTED POND UNDER FISH CULTURE./. Inland Fish. Soc. India 17{1&2):14. 1905, FMO{4} 

FISHWAYS, FISH PASSAGETHROUGH DAMS, ETC. 

95-009236 Adcfun, Raymund, FISHERMEN DEPRIVED OF FISHING GROUNDS Asian WahndKcn? ' 
1994. FR 40(4) ' "" 

95-009237 Chrislensen, Brian, PASSAGE Of NORTH TEMPERATE FISH THROUGH THE COWAN V- 
DENIL FISHWAV. M.S. thesis, Univ. Manitoba (Canada) 153p. 1994. From Masters Ahslr Inl Illllfli'iV 
l995.0r<ferNo.MAMM92135.FR40(4) ' ' ' IJ ' U>> -'- 

fsox fticius, Corfgonus arterii, C. dupcaformis, Catostomus catostomus, C. commerwi/ii, .iiul Mir,-- 1 -'- 
vitreum in Canada. 

95-009238 Clirislensen, Pcler J. ,md Rolf G. Wielick. REROUTING FISH TRAFFIC' IN Tl IE COI irww if. 
BASIN. Hydro Rev. 14{4):96-102. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Sverdrup Civii, Inc., 3300 Carillon Point, P.O. Box 97062, Kirkland, WA 98083-9762, tcl:20(>-&J2-J3-v 

MATHEMATICS, STATISTICAL METHODS, AND MODELING 

95-009239 Allman, Yu. S. and A, A. Kozlov. [CONCEPTION OF AUTOMATION FOR Tl![ 
STUDIES.] In: jPfinciples of fishery Predicting System.} E. G. liakova, editor, p. 67-75, 206 I9JJ9 
EngJishsumm.HMQ(4) 

95-009240 Antcliffe, Bonnie. IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND ENVIRONMENTALMONITORINC-niEROlf 
STATISTICAL POWER AND DECISION ANALYSIS, M.S. thesis, Simon Fraser Univ. (Canada) 129p IW) Fr 
Masters A(JStr.rnt,33(2):500. 1995. Orifer No. MAMM91 030. FR 40(4) 

95-009241 Alran, Steven M. and Joseph G. Loesch. AN ANALYSIS OF WEEKLY FLUCHIA1IOSJ * 
CATCHA8ILITYCOEFHCIENTS. U.S. Nalt. Mar. Fish. Serv. Fish. Bull. 93(3):562-S67. 1 995. FR 40(4] ' 

[Gulf Mexico Fish. Manage. Counc., 540 1 W. Kennedy Blvd., Suile 33 1 , Tampa, Ft 33609-24B6] frtsr.^ 
tyrannus. 

95-0092-12 Bakov.i, C. G., editor. [PRINCIPLES OF FISHERY PREDICTING SYSTEM,} Atlantic Rv ton fe l 
Oceanogr. (AtlanlNIRO), (Kaliningrad, Russia). 21 7p. 1989, Papers in Russian with English ,il 
Selecled papers fndexed in this issue of Fisheries Revie\v. 

95-009243 Benhamou, Simon and Valerie SGgiiinot. HOW TO FIND ONE'S WAY IN THE 
PATH INTEGRATION MODELS. /. Theor. Bio/. 1 74(4):463-466. 1995. FR 40(4) 
(C.N.R.S.-LN.C., F-13402 Marseille ccdex 20, France] 

95-009244 Conrad, Jon M. A BIOECONOMIC MODEL OF THE PACIFIC WHITING Birfl MM f.i 
54(2/3):219-239. 1992. FR 40{4) 

Metiuccius productus in the northeastern Pacific Ocean. 

95-009245 Demare, David Leon. ECONOMIC REGULATION OP NORTHERN ONTARIO INI AND nHIK 
FOR SUSTAINABLE USE. M.S. thesis, Univ. Manitoba (Canada) 2QQp. 1994. From Masters Altstr Inl mw 
1995. Order No. MAMM92312. FR 40(4) ' 

95-009246 Dorovskikh, R. S. [STUDY OF THE TOTAL ALLOWABLE CATCH (TAC) ESTIMATrSACCL'IW 
FOR SOME FISH SPECIES,) In: (Principles of Fishery Predicting System./ E. G. flafcova, ctlHor. |), ISM5J, J-: 
1 989. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

95-009247 Ervlk, A.; P, K, Hansen and A. Stigcbrandt. SAFEGUARDING AQUACULTURE PRODLiCTC'* 
THROUGH .REGULATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT (MOM). Measures for SIKCCX Abonni 
Contributions Presented at till? International Conference "Bordeaux Aquaculture '94,' Bordeaux, ItJKP.f-'y-. 1 - 
23-25, 1994. f. MuirandF. Sow/a, compilers. Eur. Aquacult. Soc. Spec. Publ. No. 21. p, 40-41. l9W,fR*iVi 
[Inst. Mar. Res,, Dep. Aquacult., P.O. Box 1 070, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] 

95-009248 Francis, R, I. C, C, AN ALTERNATIVE MARK-RECAPTURE ANALOGUE OF SCHNUrCSGBQifr : 
MODEL, fish. Res. (Amsl.) 23(1,2):95-t 11.1 995. FR 40(4) I 

[fish. Res. Cent., Minisl. Agric. & Fish., Box 297, Wellington, New Zealand) 

FR40(4) 172 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

MATHEMATICS, STATISTICAL METHODS, AND MODELING (Continued) 

95-005249 Frederick, Shane William. DETERMINING OPTIMAL FISHERIES HARVEST POUCIES- HOW 
MUCH DOES UNCERTAINTY MATTER? MS. thesis, Simon Fraser Univ. (Canada) 68p. 1 993. From Masters Abstr. 
Int 33(2):452. 1 995. Order No. MAMM91 1 75. FR 40(4) 

95-009250 Freeman, William and Jefferson Fox. ALAWAT: A SPATIALLY ALLOCATED WATERSHED MODEL 
FOR APPROXIMATING STREAM, SEDIMENT, AND POLLUTANT FLOWS IN HAWAII, USA Environ Mariaee 
19[4):5&7-577. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Fox: Program Environ., East-West Cent., Honolulu, HI 96848] 

95-009251 Ganguly, S. and K. S. Chaudhuri. REGULATION OP A SINGLE-SPECIES FISHERY BY TAXATION 
fcoJ.ModeM. 82(1}:51-&0. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Math., Jadavpur Univ., Caltutta-700 032, India] 

95-009252 Casyukov, P. S. [CRITERIA FOR CHOICE OF THE VIRTUAL POPULATION ANALYSIS METHOD.] 
In: [Principles of Fishery Predicting System.] E. C. Bakova, editor, p. 146-152, 210. 1989. In Russran with Enolisli 
!.umii>. FR 40(4) 

Trachurus capensis. 

95-009253 Geiger, Harold ]. A BAYESIAN APPROACI-I FOR ESTIMATING HATCHERY CONTRIBUTION IN 
A SERIES OF SALMON FISHERIES. Akk. Fish. Res. Bull. 1(l):66-75. 1994. FR 40(4} 

|Dep, Fish & Game, Commer. Fish. Manage, & Dev. Div., P.O. Box 25526, Juncau, AK 99002] 

95-009254 Hnrad.1, Yasushi. [MATHEMATICAL STUDIES ON THE MANAGEMENT AND THE ECOLOGY OF 
FISHERY RESOURCES.] Nippon Sui'san Cakkaishi 61(4):477-480. 1 995. In Japanese. FR 40(4) 
[Fiic Bioresour., Mie Univ. Kamihama, Tsu, Mie 514, Japan] 

95-003255 Harlmann, Jurgcn. [REDUCED EFFORT FOR DETERMINATION OF YEAR-CLASS STRENGTH.] 
Oesle/r. Ftsch. 48(7}:)6I-163. 1995. In German with English summ. FR 40(4) 

|li!st. Seenfcwsch., Llntere Seeslr. 81, D-88085, Langenargcn, Germany] Coregonus lavnretus .ind Perca 
fiuviaiilis in Germany. 

95-009256 Miramahu, Kazuhrko; Tatsuro Akamine and Shuichi Kilada. (EFFECTIVENESS OF PARTIAL 
LIKELIHOOD ON ESTIMATING FISH MORTALITY RATES FROM TAG RECOVERIES AND THE STOCK 
COMPOSITION IN THE MIXED POPULATION BASED ON GENETIC DATA.| Nippon Suiwn Cakkaishi 
6 1 (3):3B7-38fl, 1 995. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(4) 

|Njil. Res. Inst. Far Seas Fish,, Orido, Shimizu, Shizuoka 424, Japan] 

95-009257 JorgGnsen, Sven Erik. THL- GROWTH RATE OP ZOOPLANKTON AT THE EDGC OF CHAOS- 
ECOLOGICAL MODELS./. 7heor. Biol. 175(1):13-21. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[DFH, Insl. A, Environ. Chem., University Park 2, 2100 Copenhagen O, Denmark! 

95-009256 Kadtinlkov, Yu. V, [PROBABILITY STATISTICAL MODELS OF FISHERY PROCESSES IN THE 
SYSTEMS OF AUTOMATED PLANNING AND PREDICTING THE EFFICIENCY Of FISHERY COMPIF.XES 
OPERATION.] In: (Principles of Fishery Predicting System.) E. C. fiafcova, editor, p. 55-67, 206. 1989. In Russian 
with English summ. FR 40(4) 

95-OOD259 Komarevtsev, B. I. [ON THE PLANNING DATA COLLECTION BASED ON MATRIX OF REl ATIONS 
GOALS-METHODS-INFORMATION."] In: [Principles of Fishery Predicting System.] 5. C. Bakowa, editor 
p. 160-1 85, 2 1 2. 1 989. In Russian with English summ, FR 40(4) 

95-0092&D Koshkin, V. L. and S. I. Konovalenko. [METHOD FOR INTERACTIVE TREATMENTOF BIOI OGICAL 
ANALYSIS DATA IN MONITORING INFORMATIONAL-CALCULATION SYSTEM,] In: [Principles of fishery 
Priding System.} C. C Bakova, editor, p. 28-34, 203-204. 1 9B9. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

95-009261 Liaitg, Zhenlln; Tadashi Tokai; Ko Matuda and Haruyuki Kanehiro. [PROPULSION MECI-IANISM 
IN flSII DEHAVIOR MODEL FOR TILAPIA.] Nippon Sulsan Cakkalshl 61(3):375-379. 1995. In Japanese with 
English summ. fR 40(4) 

|Dcp. Mar. Sci. & Teclinol,, Tokyo Univ. Fish., Konan, Mrnalo, Tokyo 108, Japan] T/Vapw mossambica. 

95-009262 Magnusson, Kjartan G. AN OVERVIEW OF THE MULTISPECIES VPA THEORY AND 
APPLICATIONS. Rev. Fish Wot. Fish. 5(2);195-212. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Sci, lust,, Univ. Iceland, Dimhaga 3, 107 Reykjavik, Iceland] 

95-009263 MiUa, P. M. and H. C. Karmakar. A MULTIPLE REGRESSION MODEL FOR ESTIMATING BODY 
WEIGHT OF MATURE HtLSA IUSHA (HAMILTON), /. Inland Fish. Soc. India 1 7(1&2):62-65. 1985. FR 40(4) 

95-009264 Munro, Gordon R. MATHEMATICAL BIOECONOMICS AND THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN 
FISHERIES ECONOMICS. Bull. Math, liiol. 54(2/3):163-184. 1992. FR 40(4) 

FR4Q(4) 173 1995 



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MATHEMATICS, STATISTICAL METHODS, AND MODELING (Continued) 

95-009365 Noskov, A. S. [METHOD OF ESTIMATING THE NATURAL MORTALITY Or FtSI <ES 

RESEARCH AND INDUSTRIALCA1CHESDATA.|/n:/Princip/esofRs/ie/yPredic(/n g 5yslemli' C Bshta c 
p. 176-180,211, 1989. In Russian with English summ.FR 40(4) ' '' 

95-009266 Oniori, Koji. THE ADAPTIVE SIGNIFICANCE OF A LUNAR OR SEMI-LUNAR REPRODUCE 
CYCLE IN MARINE ANIMALS, icol. Model!. R2(1);41-49. 1995. PR 40(4) 
| Dep. Biol., Ehime Univ., Bunkyo-clio 2-5, Matsuyam.i, Efiime 790, Japan] 

95-009267 Qslrovsky, Ilia. THE PARABOLIC PATTERN OF ANIMAL GROWTH" DETERMINATION Of 
EQUATION PARAMETERS AND THEIR TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCIES. Freshwater Blol 31|JJ-3W-imw 
FR40H) ' 

| Israel Oceanogr, Limnol. Res., Yigat Allon Kinnerct Limnol. Lab., P.O. Box 345, Tibi?ri;is 1410! In* 
Oncoihynchus nerka. ' "' 

95-009268 Patterson, K. R. and G. P. Ktrkwood. COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE Of AIWUV 
LAUREC-SHEPHERD METHODS FOR ESTIMATING FISH POPULATION PARAMETERS AND IN SHXi 
MANAGEMENT. Int. Courrc. Explor. Sea }. Mai, Set. 52(2): 1 83-1 96. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
ISOAFD Mar. Lab., P.O. Box 101, Victoria Rd., Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Scotland] 

95.Q09269 Pennington, Michael and Olav Rune Godo. MEASURING THE EFFECT Of OI-MWEi^ 
CATCHABILITY ON THE VARIANCE OF MARINE SURVEY ABUNDANCE INDICES Fish Kn (^ 
23(3,4):301-310. 1995. FR -10(4) 

[NMFS, Woods Hole Lab., Woods Hole, MA 02543J 

95-009270 Pfister, Ciilherine A. ESTIMATING COMPETITION COEFFICIENTS FROM CENSUS IWA-AIISI 
WITH FIELD MANIPULATIONS OF TIDEPOOL FISHES. Am. Nat. 14G(2):271-291. 1995, FR 4G|4) 

|Dep. Ecol. & EvoL Univ. Chicago, 1 101 E. S7lh St., Illinois 60637] Clinocoltus gtobieeiw, C. cmto>u.vi,r; 
OJi'gocoiti/s macu/osus m Washington, 

95-009271 hits, S. E.; E. V. Schukina and L. 5. Bukfakova, (METHOD OF INTERACTIVE CAI ( Ul A1ION A' 
DEVELOPMENT OF AGE-LENGTH KEYS IN THE MONITORING INFORMATIONAL-CAI.ail ATK1N SVil[w 
(MICS).] In; iPrmapfa of Fishery Predicting System.] L G. liakovit, editor, p. 17-22, 20:i. I Ofl<J. In KuwjnV-t 
English summ. FR 40(4) 

95-009272 Prils, S. E.; T. V. Khromtsov.i and Z. I. Petkevilch. [INTERACTIVE CALCULATION Ol : CArCHW 
COMPOSITION FOR ESTIMATING COMMERCIAL FISH STOCKS.] In: {Principles offishciy towtit lh> S 5,v; : 
f. G. Bakova, editor, p. 22-23. 203. 1989. In Russian with English snmm. FR 40(4) 

95-009273 Reed, William J. and Hector Echavarria Floras. THE CONSERVATION AND I'XPI OIM1IHSO 
VULNERABLE RESOURCES. Butt. Math. Bio!. 54(2/3):185-207. 1992. FR 40(4) 

95-009274 Richards, S. A,; H. P. Posslngham and B. ). Noye. LARVAL DISPERSION Al ONC 1 A MR^Jfl 
COAST WITH TIDAL CURRENTS: COMPLEX DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS FROM A SIMPI.H Mf )NIl.M,i' f.-' 
frog. Set. 122(l-3):59-71.1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Appl. Math., Univ. Adelaide, Adelaide, S.A. 5005, Australia] 

95-009275 Rivest, Louis-Paul; Francois Potvfn; Helene Crepeau and Caelan Daicb. STATIST K :AI Ml m\* 
FOR AERIAL SURVEYS USING THE DOUBLE-COUNT TECHNIQUE TO CORRECT VISIWU I Y III A*. H.;.-* 
5t(2):4&l-470. 1995, In English with French summ. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Math. & Slat., Univ. Lava!, Cite Universitaire, PQ, Canada G1K 7P4] 

95-00927& Snkurarrmio, Kazurni. A METHOD TO ESTIMATE RELATIVE REOUITMI WF FRO 1 ' 
CATCH-AT-AGE DATA USING FUZZY CONTROL TFIEORY. Fish. So. 63(3 ):401 -405. 1 W5. I : K 'IO('I) 
[Dep. Pish. Resour. Manage., Tokyo Univ. Fish., Konan, Minato, Tokyo 1 08, Japan] 

95-009277 Shearer, Karl D. THE USE OF FACTORIAL MODELING TO DETERMINE TMC 
REQUIREMENTS FOR ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN FISHES. Aquacufture 133(1):57-72. 1995, FR -1D|.1J 
[NMFS, NOAA, Dep. Commerce, 2725 Montlake Blvd. E., Seattle, WA 981 1 2] Data for 1 1 spn ii". 

95.009278 Silow, E. A.; V. J, Gurman; D. J. Stom; D, M. Rosenraukh and V. I. Biilijrir>. MATJIf.'-Hi 

MODELS OF LAKJ: BAIKAL ECOSYSTEM, ECO/. Mode/;. 8201:27-39. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Scl. Res. Insl. Biol v Irkutsk State Univ., P.O. Box 24, 664003 Irkutsk, Russia] 

95-009279 Sowa, Scott P. PREDICTIVE AND DESCRIPTIVE MULTIPLE REGRESSION MOIHU 
SMALLMOUTH BASS AND LARGEMOUTH BASS IN MISSOURI OZARK BORDER STREAMS, M. S ili^i t 
Mo. (Columbia) 1 45p. 1 993. FR 40(4) 

Micropieius dotomieu and M. sii/moj'des. 

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009284 Udoviiz, Mark S. and Kernel. II. Pollock. IISINli I I I Ol< 1 INIOKMAIION U ..... 

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^1H WIST AFRICA. Fnmoi). B/of f/s/ie.u:i(-l):;(l)1-.l ( )l. IWi. lit -H)(.|) 

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ElAK (VICTORIA FISHERIES. /NraCOiMam'/H'ilcr 1W-I: I'nw" i'<M,-<-t thr < h.ilt.'iw ,,iln\n MM., in.i.if 
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009287 Btyanl, M. 0. andll. l.rronotli!. SI.OUtiHS, SUM. ( MANNMS. AND 111 AVI K I-UNM'. iif-JK'. 
WEE WIAND AND WATER J'fOCCCctoifjsoC (li(! f((.'//i.UiiM'V\'n^'.'i"/i mi Mif /, ,,ti>)\\ ,\nil ,\1.ui.i t :>-n,,-m ..i 
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005389 DlEhl, Sebastian. DIRECT AND INOIKCCr I'lIK IS <)t ( iWNIVi tV IN A IIIH'I-:M I Ak! 

MMUNHY.fcofiJBJ' 76(6}:1 727-1740. laOS.rR'HII'l) 

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OO9290 Dwkscn, SJoerd; Tlieo J. Houdowijn; Ruuid NinifilliiiK .mil hii ( I M.nii i|i. < M-:MI M; \'., c- 
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RIVEK ANDSTRFAM MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-009360 Kondolf, G. Malhias. LEARNING FROM STREAM RESTORATION PROJECTS 
Respect, Rethink, Restore. Proceedings of (fie Fifth Biennial Watershed Management Confeience t 
November I (,-13, 1994. Richard R. Harris, Rick Kattelmann, Hannah Kerner, and leff Wofed cditim Hrr, -i 
Water Resour. Cent. Rep. No. 86. p. 107-110. 1995. FR 40(4) MIL*. 

|Dep. Landsc. Archil., Univ, Calif., Berkeley 94720J 

95-009361 Kriksunov, Ye. A. and K. M. Mamfna. EFFECT OF FLOWS IN THE URAL RIVER ON Rff R< IIIMFV 
OF STELLATE STURGEON, ACIPENSER STftMTUS. I. Ichthyol. 35(1 ):52-58. 1 995. FR 40(4) KU ' HU " 
[Biol. Dep., Moscow Slate Univ., Atyrau Oblast Admin. Ecol. & Biol. Resour., Alyrau, Russia) 

95-009362 Kristofferson, H. Keith. THE WALLEYE SPORT FISHERY OF THE LOWER RED RtVEK MS. ' l v 
Univ. Manitoba (Canada) 1S6p. 1994. From Masters Abstr. Int. 33(3);854. 1995. Order No MAMMWI'i 
FR4Q(4) ' 

Stizosledion vilreum in Cartada. 



95-009363 Kumar, N. BENTHIC DIVERSITY OF GARHWAL HIMALAYAN HILLSTREAMS IN 
THEIR FISHERY POTENTIAL. INTELCOL Manchester 1994: Progress to Mod the ChaUenacotMw-* 
Change. Proceedings of the VI International Congress of Ecology, 21 to 26 August 1994 Manclipilw lA" 
Kingdom. John H. 7affi% Hazel I Norman, and Richard A. ISenton, editors, p. 1 92. 1 994. Abstract onlf. f R &>, 

95-009364 Laal, A. K.; S. K. Sarkar and A. Sarkar. ECOLOGY AND FISHERIES Of RIVER G \NGJU 1 
BHAGAIPUR (BIHAR), ftoc. Natl. Symp. fish & Environ. 1 986:51-55. 1 986. FR 40(4) 



95-009365 Lamberti, Gary A. and Martin 0. Berg. INVERTEBRATES AND OTHER BENTNIf f[ATU^Ei> ( 
DATORS r ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE IN JUDAY CREEK, INDIANA. Nat Areasl. 1 5(3)i225.li 



[Dep. Biol. Sci,, Univ. Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556] 

95-0093&6 Larson, Marii. DEVELOPMENTS IN RIVER AND STREAM RESTORATION IN GERMANY Per* 
S Manage. Wotes 13(1 }:77-B3. 1995. FR40(4j 

JBCS, 5} Mason St., Salem, MA 02144. tel:508-74M 166; fax:508-741-3780; 



^ and Chr ' S Cl W d ' REVIEW OF ^POSED MECHANISMS fOR 
SALMON POPULATION CYCLES IN THE FRASER RIVER. Bull. Math. Biol. 54(2/3):241-26l 1992 
Oncorhynchus nerka in Canada. 



a 7 TUC 3nd Karcl Halacka ' ANGLER S' CATCHES AS AN INDICATOR OF 

SIZE OF THE NASE, CHONDROS7OMA NASUS. Folia Zoo/. 44(2);185-192. 1995 FR 40(4) 
[Inst. Landscape Ecol., Acad, Sci. Czech Republic, Kvotna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] 



n\ni liSlSlS?,^ ^ R ' chartf L Mayden ' A DIVERSE AND ENDANGERED AQUATIC ECOSYSTE^ 
OFTHE SOUTHEAST UNITEOSTATES.CDnswv. Bib/. 9(4):BOt>805. 1995. In English wltliSpanishsuinfii.FRW 



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^.m 1 -'i 8Fan '?T BioL Sd " Box 87 0344, Univ. Ala., Tuscalnosa 
e-mail:clydear{J@3!iolo S y,as.ua.eduJ Moxosioma lacera and Fundulus atbolineatus in Alabama. 

95-009370 Lyons lohn; Sonia Navarro-Perez; Philip A. Cochran; Eduardo Snntana C. and Mr/rf 
SF \ c V ^K D JJ,S F r ^' TIC INTEGRITY BASED ON FISH ASSEMBLAGES FOR THE C:O^^SERV f ^TO^ 
Spanilh^mm FR40.uT WEST-CENTRAL MEXICO. Consent. Biol. 9(3):569.584. 1995, In l^hv."t 

spede5 P ' Na *' ReS Ur " 135 Femr ' le Df " Monona ' Wl 5371 6 - e-mall:lyonsJdnmiaf.drtf.wlsL-,Bav| Data f i) 

?l^r?\w n^n^^i'nS 8 ^ 1 *^ 1101 ^ 5 F RSH COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND REITOUCTM 
SUCCESS IN FLOODED TERRESTRIAL AREAS DURING AN EXTREME FLOOD ON THE LOWER IIUN06 
c RBS urce Monitoring Program 1993 Flood Observations. National B/otog/Ciil Swwrf, J.Voi 
-rJ' ^DeP^Cnwifo/Matura/ Resources, and Wisconsin Department of Nniwat BcHK-vra 
g Term Resour. MoniL Program) Spec. PubL 94-SO1 1 :95-1 15 1 994 FR 40(4) 

for 49 species Stool" 8 Tmn ReS Ur ' M ni '' Pr 8ram P ' 2& F ' e ' d Sln " 41 34 ^ 5| " Allon ' IL 62002 I Ort 



c CHEIv tlCAL VIEW OF GROWING SURROUNDINGS Of SALMON 

F ? ESTS P PRI ^ A RY PRODUCTIVITY IN COASTAL WATERS.] SpedribiuP^^nw 

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95-009373 Maxwell Jessica. SWIMMING WITH SALMON. Nat. Hist, 104(9):26-39. 1995. 
Oncorhynchus in the norlhweslem United Stales. 



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95-009374 McAdoo, Lewis M. A CIS MODEL OF AQUATIC BIOTIC INTEGRITY AND LAND USE IN THE 

CLINCH RIVER SYSTEM, M.S. thesis, Term. Techno/. Univ. 1 24p. 1994. FR 40(4) 

95-009375 Morin, Roderick and Robert ]. Nalman. THE RELATION OF STREAM ORDER TO FISH 
COMMUNITY DYNAMICS IN BOREAL FOREST WATERSHEDS. Fish Communities and Population Parameters 
Related la River Longitudinal Patterns: Second International Symposium on the Ecology of Fluvial Fishes, Held in 
todz, Poland, 23-26 August, 1 988. lohn Thorpe, editor. Pol. Arch. Hycirobiol. 37( 1 -2):1 35-1 50. 1 990. FR 40(4) 

95-009376 Muhar, S.; S. Schmulz and M. Jungwlrth. RIVER RESTORATION CONCEPTS - GOALS AND 
PERSPECTIVES. TJre Importance of Aquatic-Terrestrial Hcotones for Freshwater fish: Results of a Mid-Term Meeting 
of fl!W, Held in Lunz, Austria, August 31 -September 2, 1992. F. Schiemer, M. Zalewski, and I. E. Thorpe, editors. 
Hydmbtotoya 303(1-3):183-194. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Hydrobiol., Fish. & Aquacult., Slate Univ. Agric., Vienna, Austria] 

95-009377 Nehring, R. B. FISH FLOW INVESTIGATIONS. Colo. Div. Wildl. Res. Rev. No. 2, p. 40-42, 1993. 
FR 40(4) 

Sslrno irutta in Colorado. 

95-009378 Nehririg, R. B. WILD TROUT INTRODUCTIONS, Goto. Div, Wildl. Res. Rev. No. 2. p. 42-44. 1993. 
FR 40(4) 

Qncorhyncbus mykiss in Colorado. 

95-009379 O'Crady, M. THE ENI-IANCEMENT OF SALMONID RIVERS IN THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND, I. 
fast Water Environ. Manage. 9(2):164-172, 1995. FR 40(4) 
|Cent. Fish. Board, Dublin, Ireland] 5a/mo trutta and S. salar. 

95-009380 Penczak, Tadcusz; Wanda Galicka; Lukasz Glowacki and Henryk Koszalinski. FISH STOCKS IN 
THE WARTA RIVER: CONTINUED POST-IMPOUNDMENT STUDY (1990-1992). Coarse Fish Ecology: Fourth 
international Symposium on the Ecology of Fluvial Fishes, Held in Pultusk, Poland, 23-26 June, 1993. David M. 
Haipet, editor. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 41(3):347-363. 1994. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Ecol, & Verlebr. Zool., Univ. Lodz, Banacha 12/16, 90-237 Lodz, Poland] 

95-009381 Penczak, Tadeusz and Richard H, K. Mann. THE IMPACT OF STREAM ORDER ON FISH 
POPULATIONS IN THE PI1.ICA DRAINAGE BASIN, POLAND. Fish Communities and Population Parameters 
floated to River Longitudinal Patterns: Second International Symposium on the Ecology of Fluvial Fishes, Held in 
Lodz, Poland, 23-26 August 7988. lohn Thorpe, editor. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 37(1-2):243-261. 1990. In English 
with Polish summ. FR 40(4) 

95-001)382 Pcnezak, Tadeusz. EFFECTS OF REMOVAL AND REGENERATION OF BANKSIDE VEGETATION 
ON FISH POPULATtON DYNAMICS IN THE WARTA RIVER, POLAND. The Importance of Aquatic-Terrestrial 
tcotories for freshwater Fish: Results of a Mid-Term Meeting ofFLIWE, Held in iunz, Austria, August 3 1 -September 
2. 1992. F, Sdifemer, M. Zalewski, and I. E. Thorpe, editors. Hydrobiologia 303(1-3):207-210. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Dep. Ecol. & Verlebr. Zool,, Univ. Lodz, 1 2/1 6 Banacha Sir., 90-237 Lodz, Poland] 

95-009333 Piszczck, Paul P. AN ASSESSMENT OF TROUT POPULATIONS AND WATER CHEMISTRY IN 
STREAMS RECEIVING ACIDIC DEPOSITION IN GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. M.S. thesis, 
Jcnn. Techno!. Univ. 76p. 1994. FR 40(4) 

95-009384 Pilchford, Gregory Duane. WARMWATER STREAM HABITAT IMPROVEMENT EFFORTS IN 
HINKSGN CREEK, M.S. thesis, Univ. Mo. (Columbia) 1 65p. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

Ictalurus punctaius, Lepomis cyanellus, and Microplerus salmoides in Missouri. 

95-009385 Power, G. and M. Power. ECOTONES AND FLUVIAL REGIMES IN ARCTIC LOTIC 
ENVIRONMENTS. The Importance of Aquatic-Terrestrial Ecotones for Freshwater Fish: Results of a Mid-Term 
Meeting ofFLIWE, Held in lunz, Austria, August 3 /-September 2, 1 992. F. Schicmer, M. Zalewski, and I. E. Thorpe, 
editors. Hydrobtologia 303(1-3):11 1-124. 1995. FR40(4) 

|Dep. Giol., Univ. Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada N2L 3G1] 

95-009306 Prach, Karat editor. SIXTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON REGULATED STREAMS, CESKE 
BUDEJOVICE, CZECH REPUBLIC, 3-6'AUGUST 1994. Regul. Rivers Res. & Manage. 10(2-4):69-391. 1995. 
FR 40(4) 

[Fac. Biol, Univ. S. Bohemia & Insl. Bol., Czech Acad. Sci., Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic] Selected 
papers indexed in this Issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-009387 Przybylskl, Miroslaw. ARE THE FISH COMMUNITIES PERSISTENT AND STABLE IN EUROPEAN 
RIVERS? Coarse Fish Ecology: Fourth International Symposium on the Ecology of Fluvial Fishes, Held in Puttusk, 
Poland, 23-26 tune, 1993. David M. Harper, editor. Pol. Arch. Hydmbiot. 41 (3):3G5-375. 1 994. FR 40(4) 
JDep. Ecol. & Vertebr. Zool., Univ. Lodz, 12/16 Banacha Sir,, 90-237 Lodz, Poland! 



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ICcop. F,sh ft W,ldl. Res. Unit, Schocl Na.. Rour, UnfcMo, I^Stephels S, ColJS! 6521^ 

(Cent Streamside Studies, AR-10, Univ. Wash , Seattle 98195] 
[Dep. Biol., Univ. N.D,, Grand Forks 58202-9019] 



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Czech Republic, 3-6 August JQ9<Ll fp,!r h f '"'JWpoMm on Regulated Streams, Cesto Butteio^ 
FR40{4) ' JDflU 8 usf . to'*' Ptach, editor. KeguL Rivers Res. & Manage. tO[2-4):18M9B.W 

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95-009-101 Spindter, Thomas. THE INFLUENCE OF HIGH WATERS ON STREAM FISH POPULATIONS IN 
REGULATED RIVERS. T/ie Importance of Aquatic-Terrestrial Ecotones for Freshwater Fish: Results of a Mid-Term 
Meeting ofFUWE, Held in Lunz, Austria, August 31 -September 2, 1992. F. Schicmer,M. Zalewski,andl. f. Thorpe, 
editors. Hydrobiofogia 303(1-3):159-161. 1995. FR -10(4) 

[Fish. & Freshwater Ecol., Unterolberndorf 93, A-21 23 Kreuttal, Austria! Blicca bjoerkna in Austria. 

95-009402 Stanley, Jon C. and Joan G. Trial. HABITAT SUITABILITY INDEX MODELS: NONMIGRATORY 
FRESHWATER LIFE STAGES Of ATLANTIC SALMON. US. Natl. Bio/. Sun/., Biol. Sd. Rep. No. 3. 19p. 1995- 
FR 40(4) 

[Sch. Nat. Resour. & Environ., Univ. Mich., Ann Arbor 48109-1 1 15] Sa/mo salar. 

95-009403 Taccogna, Gary Scolt. THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF RECREATION IN THE SEYMOUR RIVER 
CORRIDOR: A COMPARISON OF DEVELOPED AND PROTECTED RIVER REACHES USING THE TRAVEL 
COST METHOD. M.S. thesis, Simon Frascr Univ. (Canada) 80p. 1993. From Masters Abstr. Int. 33(2):422. 1995. 
Order No. MAMM91305. FR 40(4) 

95-009404 Taylor, Greg. PROPOSAL FOR A NEW MANAGEMENT REGIME FOR THE SKEENA RIVER. M.S. 
ihesk, Simon Fraser Univ. (Canada) 14Bp. 1993. From Masters Abstr. Int. 33(2):507. 1995. Order No. 
MAMM9!32I.FR40(4) 

Qncorhynchus in Canada. 

95-009405 Terlizzi, Daniel E.; Ronald ). Klauda and Frances P, Cresswell. DEVELOPMENT OF A REGIONAL 
POLICY FOR THE PREVENTION AND CONTROL OH NONNATIVE AQUATIC SPECIES: THE CHESAPEAKE 
BASIN EXPERIENCE. Uses and Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosystems: Proceedings of the International 
Symposium and Workshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-17 March 1994. Harold L Schramm jr. and 
KobettG. Piper, editors. Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. No. 15. p. 580-581. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|NOAA, Univ. MrJ. Sea Grant Ext., Chesapeake Bay Program Off., 410 Seven Ave., Suite 107-A, Annapolis 
2 1 401 ] Ctenopharyngoflon idella in Maryland. 

95-009106 Thorpe, John, editor. FISH COMMUNITIES AND POPULATION PARAMETERS RELATED TO 
RIVER LONGITUDINAL PATTERNS: SECOND INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON THE ECOLOGY OF 
FLUVIAt. FISHES, HELD IN LODZ, POLAND, 23-26 AUGUST, 1988. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiol. 37{1-2):1-284. 1990. 
FR 4QJ4) 

Individual papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-009407 Ulricli, S.-P. INTERACTIONS BETWEEN INUNDATED FORESTS AND FISH COMMUNITIES IN 
AMAZONIA. INTELCOL Manchester 1 994: Progress to Meet the Challenge of Environmental Change. Proceedings 
of the VI International Congress of Ecology, 2 1 to 26 August 1 99'?, Manchester, United Kingdom. John H. Tallis, 
Hazel I. Norman, and Richard A. Benton, editors, p. 153. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

Pygocenirtis nattercri, Serntsntmus serrulatus, i'terygoplichihys multiradiattis, and Ceop/i<igi/s a/f/frons m the 
Amazon River basin. 

95-00940B Vadas, Robert L, Jr. HABITAT TOOLS FOR ASSESSING INSTREAM-FLOW NEEDS FOR FISHES IN 
THE UPPER ROANOKE RIVER, VIRGINIA. Ph.D. dissertation, Vs. Polyiech. Ins!. & Stale Univ. 346p. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

95-009409 Wanzenbock, Josef and Katalin Kereszlessy. ZONATION OF A LENTIC ECOTONE AND ITS 
CORRESPONDENCE TO LIFE HISTORY STRATEGIES IN FISH, The Importance of Aquatic-terrestrial Ecotones 
lor Freshwater Fish: Results of a Mid-Term Meeting ofFLIWE, Held in Lunz, Austria, August 3 J-Seplember 2, t992. 
!. Schiemcr, M. Zalcwski, and I. E. Thorpe, editors. Hydrobiologia 303(1 -3):247-255. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[fust. Zaol., Univ. Vienna, Althanstr. 14, A-1 090 Wien, Austria) Data for 26 species in Hungary. 

95-009410 Ward, ). V. nnd). A. Stanford. THE SERIAL DISCONTINUITY CONCEPT: EXTENDING THE MODEL 
TO fLOODPLAIN RIVERS. Sixth International Symposium on Regulated Streams, Ceske Budejovice, Czech 
Republic, 3-&Augusl 7994. Karel Prach, editor. Regul. Rivers Res. & Manage. 10(2-4):159-168. 1995. FR 40(4) 
|Dcp. Biol., Cofo. State Univ., Fort Collins 80523) 

95-009411 Wood, Wendell. A RESTORATION SCENARIO FOR THE KLAMATH RIVER BASIN. Restor. & 
Manage. Notes 13(l):S8-59. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Nal. Resour. Counc., P.O. Box 667, Chiloquin, OR 97601. tel:503-885-4886] 

95 00941 2 Zalcwski, M,; J. Thorpe; P, Frankiewicz; W. Puchalski; B. Bis; M. Nowak and R. Grzelachowska. 
THE EFFECT OF ECOTONE COMPLEXITY ON FOOD WEB AND FISH COMMUNITY DYNAMICS IN A 
HEADWATER STREAM. Proceedings of the International Workshop on the Ecology and Management of 
Aquatic-Tetrestrial Ecotones, February 14-19, 1994, University of Washington, Seattle. G. Lee Link nnd Robert /. 
ttafman, compilers, p. 147. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
|Oep. Appf. Ecol,, Univ, Lodz, Lodz, Poland! 

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_^^ k ^ AGEM ENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 
STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF FIMi'rn^'^'i'iP 51 ' 1 '''"^kylski; Jerzy Banbura and Ma\gorza\a He,.-,-. 
ABIOTIC-BIOTIC REGULATORY CONTINUUM M r ^ N ' T J ES pT IN , TEMPERATf; R'VERS IN RELATION TOlI 
Related to River ioitgituclinal Patterns' Seen It . LtPT. Fish Communities ant! Population PanT?: 

tod/, Poland, 23-26 August 1 988 Inhn T/ , " me ' 1 " o;7 ' ^Symposium on l/ie Ecology of fluv'^f fi^het Hey 
with Polish summ. FR 40(4} ' Jf? ' r '- ^ fc/1 ' Hydrobiot. 37(I-2):15I-1 76, 199ainEr^ 



SMALL BENTHKT STREAM F-SH ,, Ai 
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RESEARCH 

MALL-scALE/Mu TIGEA?AND^ MAIAYSIA: A CHARACTFKIM 

23{3,4):267.281. 1995. FR 40(4) MULT ' SPECIESARTISAN AL FISHERY INTHETROPICS.ft5/i. Re,fAr. 



FAUNA. T^e "!,^^ EFFECT S 'N RESERVOIRS ON THE FI9 

HeW in lu^ Austria Z i n7 P ,l ? f "" for '*>*' ^/.; esu/(s of a 
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C RESERVOIR USING HYDROACOUSTICS. Sx 



i, DiV, Wild!. Res. Rev. No. 2. n, 35j! 

95^09419 Mason L I 

'N CENTER HILl RESERVOIR TFw'iiS E c ? IS .?? S . OF . A _ DEp RESSED CRAF'PIE (POMOXSS SPP.> POPUIATIO^ 

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GEORGIA Ca m F ART '"CIAL VERSUS NATURAL FISH 

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Omocona perenme in Kansas. "' "'""' Cm ' )0 5t;) ' e ^'K ' 993. FR 40(4) 

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95-009425 Volodfn, V. M. ant) Z. A. Raspopova. STOCKS AND REPRODUCTIVE POTENTIAL OF SOMF 

fiSHES IN THE SHEKSNA REACH OF RYBINSK RESERVOIR./, tchlhyol. 34(9):100-1 10. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Insl. Inland Waters Biol., Russran Acad. Sci., Borok, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia] Abramis and Lota lota in Russia. 

95-009426 Zalewskf, M.; P. Frankiewicz and M. Nowak. BIOMANIPULATION BY ECOTONE MANAGEMENT 
EN A IOWLAMD RESERVOIR. T/ie Importance of Aquatic-Terrestrial Ecotones for Freshwater Fish- Results of a 
Mid-Term Meeting ofFLIWE, Held in Lunz, Austria, August 3 /-September 2, 1 992. F. Schiemer M Zalewski and 
f f. Thorpe, editors. Hydrobfologia 303(1-3):49-60. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Appl. Ecol., Univ. Lodz, Poland] Perca fluviatilis and Rutilus rutilus in Poland. 

ESTUARV MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH 

55*09427 Almeida, Armando ]. [MACROFAUNA OF ZOSTERACEA BEDS AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN THE 
CONSERVATION OFTHE MARINE ENVIRONMENT.] In: Professor Cermano da Fonseca Sacarrao (191 4-1992) 
Papers in Homage. Carlos Almaca, editor, p. 125-144. 1994. In Portuguese wilh English surnm. FR 40(4) 

|Lab. MariL Gura (IMAR), P-2750 Cascais, Portugal] Diplodus vulgans, Boops boops, Punta&o puntazzo, and 
dila for 44 olher species in Portugal. 

95-009428 Batnes, R. S. K. THE BRACKISH-WATER FAUNA OF NORTHWESTERN EUROPE' AN 
IDENTIFICATION GUIDE TO BRACKISH-WATER HABITATS, ECOLOGY AND MACROFAUNA FOR FIELD 
WORKERS, NATURALISTS AND STUDENTS. Cambridge Univ. Press 287p. 1 994. Available at $64 95 (cloth' 
ISBN 0-521-45529-4) and $24.95 (paper; ISBN 0-521-45556-1) from Cambridge Univ. Press, 40 W 20Ih St 
New York, NY 1001 1. FR 40(4) 

|Dej), Zoo!. & St. Catharine's Coll., Univ. Cambridge, Cambridge, England] Dala for 33 species. 

95OQ9-129 Garros, Nelio B. and Daniel K, Odell. BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN FEEDING AND INTERACTIONS 
WIFH FISHERIES IN THE INDPAN RIVER LAGOON SYSTEM, FLORIDA. Biodiversity of the Indian River Lagoon: 
A Conference Held in Fort Pierce, Florida, February 15-16. 1994. Hilary M. Swain, era/., coordinators. Bull Mar. 
In. S7j J):27B-279. (995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

{Hubbs-Sca World Res. Inst., P.O. Box 691602, Orlando, FL 32869-1602| Cynoscfon nebulosus, Bairdiella 
(hrysoura, Muglt cephatus, Micropogonias umlulatus, and data for six other species in Florida. 

95-009430 Bennett, William A.; David J. Ostrach and David E. Hinlon. LARVAL STRIPED BASS CONDITION 
IN A DROUGHT-STRICKEN ESTUARY: EVALUATING PELAGIC FOOD-WEB LIMITATION, Ecol. Appl. 
5(3}:&80-692. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(BorJega Mar. Lab., Univ. Calif., P.O. Box 247, Bodega Bay 94923] Morone saxat///s in California. 

95-009431 Davenport, John and others, THE MARINE ECOLOGY OF THE LACUNA SAN RAFAEL 
(SOUTHERN CHILE): ICE SCOUR AND OPPORTUNISM. EsruarfneCoasia/5/te/fSc/. 41(1 ):2t-37. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Univ. Mar. Biol. Stn., Millporl, Isle of Cumbrae KA20 DEC, Scotland) Notothenia tessellals and Eleginops 



95OG94J2 De Freeso, Dunne E. LAND ACQUISITION; ATOOL FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY PROTECTION 
DM Tr IE INDIAN RIVER LAGOON, FLORIDA. Biodiversity of the Indian River Lagoon: A Conference Held in Fort 
Fierce, ttosida, February 15-16, 1994. Hilary M. Swain, et al, coordinators. Bull. Mar. Sci. 57(1):14-27. 1995. 
ER40(4) 

(Environ. Endangered lands Program, Brevard Cty., Nat. Resour. Manage. Div., 2725 St. Johns St., Bldg. B, 
Melbourne, Fl 32940. lel:407-633-2016; fax:407-633-2029] 

^5009-133 deFur, Peter L. and Douglas N. Rader. AQUACULTURE IN ESTUARIES: FEAST OR FAMINE? 
Dedicated Issue: Trie Effects of Atjuaculture In Estuarine Environments. Robert W. Hastings and Donald R. Heinle. 
cfganiiers. Estuaries MHlA}:2-9. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Environ. Defense Fund,, 1075 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 1016, Washington, DC 20009) 

95-009434 Heymans, J. J. and D. Baird, ENERGY FLOW IN THE KROMME ESTUARINE ECOSYSTEM, ST. 
FRANCIS BAY, SOUTH AFRICA, fsfuarfne Coastal Shelf Sci. 41(1):39-59. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Zool. Ocr>., Univ. Port Elizabeth, P.O. Box 1 600, Porl Elizabeth, South Africa) Dala for 21 species. 

95-O09435 Hfnkle, C. Ross, BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY AS AN ORGANIZING THEME FOR MAINTENANCE 
OF ENVIRONMENTAL STABILITY - A MODEL FROM JOHN T. KENNEDY SPACE CENTER. Biodiversity of the 
frtfian River Lagoon: A Conference Held in Fort Pierce, Florida, February 15-16. 1994. Hilary M. Swain, et al., 
coordinators. Bull. Mar. Sci. 57(1):281. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4} 

(Dynamac Corp., Mail Code DYN-2, John F. Kennedy Space Cent,, FL 32899. tel:407-853-3281; 



95-009436 fetilkawa, Satoslii; Htoaki Hashimoto and Kenji Gushima. INCIDENTAL CATCH OF SARDINES BY 
THE SEINE FISHERY IN HIROSHIMA BAY. Fish. Sci. 61{3):523-524. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Lsb. Fish. Bfo|., Fac. Appl. Brol. Sci,, Hiroshima Univ., Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima 724, Japan] Sardmops 
sjgax and Cngraufis japonicus in Japan. 

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IWoodward-Clyde Consult., 3676 Harlsfield Rd., Tallahassee, FL 32303] 



[Acad. Nat. Sci., Philadelphia, PA] 



ffil Scu^Sff AN EVALUAT| ON OF THE POTENTIAL FOR INFILLING 

I n r IN L , OUJSI ^A COASTAL MARSHES. Wel/ands 15(2):149-isa 199S.rR^D(4) 

[La. Univ. Mar. Consoitium, Chauvin 70344] 

INTEGRATED ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION. Restor. & Manage. Noiw 13(1):53-57. IMS. 
' P '' B X S41? ' Charleston, OR 97420. te l:503.0fl S .555S; 



WATER LAKE ' 
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lOcean Res. | nsl ., Univ. Tokyo, 1-15-1 Minamidai, Nakano-ku.Tok/o 164, Japan] 



^ 

fr. tot Pierce, Florida, feb,^ ,Tl6 W ^ ( O ^f od ' ms ^ of ' fte "^'^iagoonM Ccnfoencelfey 
Absiraci only. FR Jo(4) ^ M ' 5wa ' a et a '" coor ^ato. Buff. M^. Set 57( I ):2e-l. I Mi 






B f AY NATIONAL ESTUARY PROGRAM, TILIAMOOK BAY, 
Conferee, ^aSJT "*!, 



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TAe FCfecfs ofytouaoiAurefr, fl ^J ^ RTHWESTES J U ARIES: SCALES OF DISTURBANCE. D Pr /r 
Esl^ries 18(lA) ; 437a (995 FR 4 o(4) nvwon/nen& Rofaer( ^ Hastfngs and Dona/d ft Hc/nfe, 
|Wa, la ndEco Sysl ,Te am , S ch.n S h,WH-,0, Univ. Wash, 



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fort Pietce, Florida, February 15-16 1 9U w; rL ? orf '. vers '^ r (/je 'fc"> 'Ver tagoon; /\ Conference Ittld n 
Abstract only. FR 40(4} ltfJ4 - H " af >'M.Swaj n , e ta/.,coorc//na(ors. Bu//.Mar. ScA 57(1):284-?05, 19*5- 



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ESTUARY MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-0094-19 Swain, Hilary M. RECONCILING RARITY AND REPRESENTATION: AREVIEWOF LISTED SPECIES 
IN THE SNDIAN RIVER LAGOON. Biodiversity of the Indian River Lagoon: A Conference Held in Fort ! ferce 
ff-fida February [5-16, J994. Hilary M. Swain, eta/., coordinators. Bull. Mar. Sci. 57{1):252-266. 1915. FR 40(4) 
IDep Biol Sci Fla Inst.Technol., 150W. Universily Blvd., Melbourne 32901-6988]>\dpenseroxyr[iynchus, 
moniicok Awaous tajasica, Cenlropomus undedmalis, Gobiomorus dorm/lor, Cofa/oneffus 
5, fiivuJus nwmoratus, and Microphis btachyurus tinealus in Florid.1. 



93-009450 Swain, Hilary M., et al., coordinators. BIODIVERSITY OF THE INDIAN RIVER LAGOON: A 
CONFERENCE HID IN FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 15-16, 1994. Buff. Mar. Sci. 57(1):l-292. 19 [ Jj. 

|Fla. Insl. Tecrmol,, pep. Biol. Sci., 150 W. Universily Blvd., Melbourne 32901-6988] Selected papers and 
abslracls indexed in this- issue of fisheries Review. 

95-009451 Taylor, D. Scott; William P. Davis and Bruce ). Turner, RIVUIUS MARMORATUS: ECOLOGY OF 
DISTRIBUTIONAL PATTERNS IN FLORIDA AND THE CENTRAL INDIAN RIVER LAGOON. Biodiversity of the 
Indian River Lagoon: A Conference Held in Fort Pierce, Florida, February 15-16, 1994. /-Wary M. Swam, el a/, 
coordinators. Bull, Mar. Sci 57(1):202-207. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|6revard Mosquito Control Dist. & Fla. Inst. Technol., 2870 Greenbrooke St., Valkana 32950] 

95005452 War> S , Shyh-Bin and Edward D. Houde. DISTRIBUTION, RELATIVE ABUNDANCE, BIOMASS AND 
PRODUCTION OF BAY ANCHOVY ANCHOA MITCHILU IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY. Mar. fco/. Prog. ier. 
12 10-3>:27-38. 1995. FR 40(4) ,,,<,! 

[Dep. Mar. Sci., Univ. S. Ala., Dauphin Island Sea Lab., P.O. Box 369-370, Dauphin Island 36528] 

95-009453 Whilfiekl, Alan K. THREATENED FISHES OF THE WORLD: SYNGNATHUS WAURMM.RI SMITH, 
1963 [SVNGNATIIIDAE). Environ. Biol. Fishes 43(2}:152. 1995. FR 40(4) 

If.L.B. Smilh Insl. Ichlhyol., Private Bag 1015, Grahamsiown 6140, South Africa] 

MARINE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH lf ~^ nv CT *TcrMT 

95-009154 Adam, Gordon. FISHERIES AND THE ENVIRONMENT: INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT. 
fnvrranfiienul Perspectives for the Northern Seas: Proceedings of Environment Northern Seas 93, /- leld in 
Stavzngar, Norway, 24 to 27 August, 1993. Mike Elliott and lean-Paul Ducroloy, editors. Mar. Pollut. Bull. 
29|6-12):517-S19. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[ 1 Coach Rd., Wallsend, Tyne & Wear NE2B 6]A, England] 

95-009455 Adams, Pelor B.; John L Butler; Charles H. Baxter; Thomas E. Laidig; ^/herine A Dahlin and W^ 
Waldo Wakefldd. POPULATION ESTIMATES OF PACIFiC COASTAL GROUNDFiSHES FROM VIDEO 
TRANSECTS AND SWEPT-AREA TRAWLS. U.S. Nat/. Mar. fish. Serv. Fun. Bull. 93{3):446-455. 199j. FR40(4) 

(Tiburon Lab, Southwest Fish. Sci. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, 3150 Paradise Dr. Tiburon, CA 94290) Sebasres, 
Anopfopoma fimbria, Merluccius produclus, Microstomus padficus, and Sebasiolobus. 

95-009456 Anrfresen, Steinar and Jorgen Wetlesiad. INTERNATIONAL PROBLEM-SOLVING EFFECTIVENESS. 
Int. &wfron.Affarrj7(2):127-149. 1995. FR 40(4) 

95-009457 Armas Pfirter, Frida Maria. STRADDLING STOCKS AND HIGHLY MORATORY STOCKS IN LATIN 
AMERICAN PRACTICE AND LEGISLATION: NEW PERSPECTIVES IN LIGHT OF CURRENT INTERNATIONAL 
NEGOTIATIONS. Special Issue: latin America and the Law of the Sea Maria Teresa Infante, editor. Ocean Uev. 
& Ini. law ,26(2):1 27-1 50. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Austria 2373, 2 piso, 1425 Buenos Aires, Argentina] 

95-00945* AUuro, A. P. ISLA GORGONA (COLOMBIA): A HIGH BIODIVERSITY ENCLAVE AND ITS 
RELATIONSHIP TO FISHERIES. INJEICOL Manchester 1994: Progress to Meel the Cha/tenge of f 
Oange. Proceedings of the VI /mernat/ona/ Congress of Ecology, 21 to 26 AuguiU99J, Manchester . Umtorf 
Kingctom. John H. Jattls, Haze//. Neman, and Richard A. Dentor,, editors, p. 1 87. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 



95-009459 Ashley, Bruce Darryl. COMMUNITY ECONOMIC IMPACT F C OM^ 
DEVELOPMENT IN CANADA'S EASTERN ARCTIC: THE PANGNIRTUNG WINTER TURBOT FISHERY M.5. 
thesis, Simon Fraser Univ. (Canada) 109p. 1993. From Masters Abstr. Int. 33{2):500. 1995. Order No. 
MAMM91265.FR40(4) 

Reinhardtius hippogtossoides. 

qS-009-460 Baydalinov, A. P. |ON THE PROBLEM OF UTILIZATION THt E WATER ^raRATURE DA^ AT 
THE SEA SURFACE FOR BACKGROUND PREDICTION OF HAKE STOCK SIZE AND CATCH PER ^FORTON 
THE SCOTIAN SHELF.] fn: {Principles ol Fishery Predicting System.} E. G. Bakova, editor, p. 1 07-1 1 1 , iw. \ jo j. 
In Russian with English surnm. FR 40(4) 

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95-009461 Bogdanov, M. A.; A. S. Krovnin and A. V. Fomitchjev. [ABIOTIC CONDITIONS VARIAflll ITV AND 
GOALS OF LONG-TERM PREDICTION.] In: /P/incip/es of fishery Predicting System.! f- C. Rakavt ediw 
p. 118-129, 200-209. 19B9. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

95-009462 Branstelter, Steven. A COORDINATED PROGRAM ADDRESSING THE REDUCTION Of FINFttM 
BYCATCH IN THE SHRIMP TRAWL FISHERY OF THE SOUTHEAST U.S. Biodiversity of the Indian Kivcr lagoon. 
A Conference Held in Fan Pierce, Florida, February 15-1 6, 1994. Hilary M. Swain, el a/., coordinators M\ Mir. 
57(I}:279. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[Gulf & S. Atlantic Fish. Dev. Found, Inc., Lincoln Cent., Suite 997, 5401 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampii, I'l. 3J&06. 
tel:8]3-286-8390; fax;B1 3-286-8261 ] Cynosdon regatis, Leiostomus xanthurus, and Micropogonias umluhtus. 

95-009463 Camhi, Merry. INDUSTRIAL FISHERIES THREATEN ECOLOGICAL INTEGKITY OF IMS 
GALAPAGOS ISLANDS. Conseiv. Biol. 9(4):715-719. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Living Oceans Program, Nail. Audubon Soc, 550 S. Bay Ave., Islip, NY 11751) 

95-009464 cle Castro, Fabio and Alpina Begossi. ECOLOGY OF FISHING ON THE GRANDE RlVfll (BRA/IL* 
TECHNOLOGY AND TERRITORIAL RIGHTS. Fish. Res. (Amst.) 23(3,4):361-373. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(ACT, Student Bldg. 331, Univ. Indiana, Bloomington 47405-6101| Prochilodus JiVicnlus, 
pirinampu, and data for 14 other spedes. 

95-009465 Eiriksson, Gudmimdur. FUTURE CHALLENGES FOR INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT OF 
OCEAN RESOURCES SUSTAINABLE YIELD OF FISH STOCKS; FUTURE INTERNATIONAL MANACEMIIMT. 
Fnvj'ronmenia/ Perspectives for the Northern Seas: Proceedings of Environment Northern Sens '9,3, tick! fn 
Slavangar, Norway, 24 to 27 August, J993. Mike Elliott and lean-Paul Ducrotoy, editors, Mar I'ollut JH' 
29(6-1 2):552-S55. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Win. Foreign Affairs, Laugavegur 1 1 8D tS-1 50 Reykjavik, Iceland] 

95-009466 Elliott, Mifce and Jean-Paul Ducrotoy, editors. ENVIRONMENTAL PERSPECTIVES FOR IHi 
NORTHERN SEAS: PROCEEDINGS OF ENVIRONMENT NORTHERN SEAS '93, HELD IN STAVANGAS, 
NORWAY, 24 TO 27 AUGUST, 1993. Mar. PolluL Bull. 29(6-1 2):253-660. 1994. FR 40(4} 

[Dep. Appl, Biol,, Hull Univ., Hull, England] Selected papers indexed in this issue of F/s/ioriw ReviKw. 

95-009467 Flalla, Jan. CHALLENGES FOR THE FISHING INDUSTRY: THE NORWEGIAN GOVliRNMtNTAL 
VIEW. Envfronmentaf Perspectives for the Northern Seas: Proceedings of Environment Northern Seas '93. 1 IcW in 
Stavangar, Norway, 24 to 27 August, 1993. Mike Elliott and lean-Paul Ducrotoy, editors. Mar, Pd/u! But 
29(6-121:550-551. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Nonvegian Min. Foreign Affairs, P.O. Box 81 1 4 Dep., N-0032, Oslo, Norway| 

-009468 Fornasier, Ann. [POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF TRANSFERRABLE INDIVIDUAL QUOTAS ON 
5ASTAL AND OFFSHORE COD FISHERMEN OF QUEBEC.] M.S. thesis, Univ. Lava! (Canada) 2'J.-i|). 1993. In 

.tench. From Mailers Abslr. Int. 33(2):452. 1995. Order No. MMAM90625. FR 40(4) 
Gadusrno/hua. 

95-009469 Fortier, Martin and Louis Fortier. TIDAL TRANSPORT AND RECRUITMENT OF MARINE f LStl 
LARVAE TO ICE-COVERED SAROMA KO LAGOON (HOKKAIDO, JAPAN), Proc, Wat/. Inst. Pahr Kft Syirp. 
Polar Biol. No. 8. p. 75. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

[GIROQ, Dep. Dial., Laval Univ., Sle-Foy, PQ, Canada G1K 7P4] 

95-009470 Furevik, Dag M. and John W. Vaklemarsen, (THE IMPORTANCE Or THE ODIN Oil -ritlU AS A 
FISHING AREA.] Ftsken Havet No. 6. 28p. 1 995. In Norwegian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Havforskningsinst. Nordnesparken 2, Poslboks, 1870 Nordnes, 5024 Bergen, Norway. telM-47 fiji U 8i J1; 
fax:+4755 23 85 86] Cfwpea harengus, Scomber scombrus, Pollachius Wrens, Trisoplerus esmatki, Mitwmwi'.'^ 
poutassou, and Ammocfyies in the North Sea. 

95-009471 Garcia, S. M. and C. H. Newton. RESPONSIBLE FISHERIES: AN OVERVIEW OF fAO I'OIO 
DEVELOPMENTS (1945-1994). Enwronmenta/ Perspectives for the Northern Seas: Proceedings of fnvit 
Northern Seas '93, Held in Stavangar, Norway, 24 to 27 August, 1993. Mike Elliott and lean -Pa ill Pi/crnim, 
Mar. Poliut. Bull. 29(6-1 2):S28-536. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(FAO Fish. Dep., Via delle Terrne Caracalla, 00100 Rome, Italy] 

95-009472 Caudian, G,;P. A. H. Medley and R. F. C. Ormond. ESTIMATION OF THE SIZE OF A CORAL Rtff 
FISH POPULATION. Mar. Ecol fiog. Ser. t22(1-3):1 07-1 1 3. 1 995. FR 40(4) 

[Fish. Dep. Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos Islands, British West Indies] Lethrltws borbonicus. 

95-009473 Gordon, David A. LINGCOD FISHERY AND FISHERY MONITORING IN SOUTHEAST At ASKA. 
Alsk. Fish. Res. Bull. 1(2):140-152. 1994. FR 40(4) 

(Dep. Fish &Game, Commer. Fish, Manage. & Dev. Div., 304 Lake St., Rm. 103, Silka, AK 99B35! ( hrfiio*^ 
ebngaius. 

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95-009474 Goto, Hisashi. [INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION ON THE SALMON IN THE NORTH PACIFIC 
OCEAN.] /Salmon Seminar Abstracts: 38th Salmon Seminar, March 18, J 994.J Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery. Teen. 
Rep. Hokksido Salmon Hatchery No. 1 64. p. 63. 1995. In Japanese. FR 40(4) 

95-00947.5 Gould, Robert Thomas. POLICY FORMULATION AND DECISION-MAKING ON THE PACIFIC 
SAIMON COMMISSION: EVALUATING PUBLIC POLICY DECISION-MAKING IN THE PACIFIC SALMON 
FISHERY, M.S. thesis, Simon Fraser Univ. (Canada) 1 66p. 1 993. From Masters Abstr. Int. 33{2}:41 7. 1 995. Order 
rfo.MAMM"91 157. FR 40(4) 
Qncorhynchus. 

95-009476 Govcnder, Anesh. MORTALITY AND BIOLOGICAL REFERENCE POINTS FOR THE KING 
MACKEREL (SCOMBEROMORUS COMMERSON) FISHERY OFF NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA (BASED ON A 
PER.RECRU1T ASSESSMENT). Fish. Res, (Amst.) 23(3,4): 1 95-208, 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Oceanogr. Res, Inst., P.O. Box 10712, Marine Parade, Durban 4056, South Africa] 

95-009477 Graham, Colville Chafles. THE PACIFIC SALMON TREATY (1985-1992): PROBLEMS WITH 
IMPLEMENTATION. M.S. thesis, Simon fraser Univ. (Canada) 64p. 1993. From Masters Abstr. Int. 33(2):417. 
1995, Order No. MAMM91 1 54. FR 40(4) 
Oncevhyncftus. 

95-009478 Green Albert W.; Maury Osborn; Dean Keddy-Heclor and Junda Lin. STATUS AND TRENDS OF 
SELECTED LIVING RESOURCES IN THE CALVESTON BAY SYSTEM. Proceedings: Ca/v-eston Bay Characterization 
\Vottohop, February 2 1-23, 1991. frank S. Shipley and Russell W. Kiesling, editors. Cafreston Bay Natl. Estuary 
Program Publ. GBNEP-6. p. 143. 1991 . FR40(4) 
oce/falus in Texas. 



95-009479 Guzman, Ramon; Marianela Penott de Sanchez and Braulio Carmona. [THE SARDINE: ASPECTS 
OF ITS BIOLOGY AND FISHERY IN NORTHEAST VENEZUELA.] Fonalap Divulga 10(44);33-34. 1993. In Spanish. 



iFONAIAP-Cenl, Investig. Agropecu. Estado Sucre, Cumana, Venezuela] Sardinella aurita. 

95-0094&Q Harper, Patric. SEAGRASS COMMUNITY REGULATION: EFFECTS OF MANIPULATING TOP 
PREDATORS AND DOMINANT MACROGRAZERS. M.S. rhesis, Univ. S. Ala. 1 1 4p. 1 994. From Masters Abstr, 
Int. 33(31:019. 1995. Order No. MA1359713. FR 40(4) 

95-009481 Henocque, Yves. [INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF COASTAL ZONES, HISTORY AND 
DEVELOPMENT IN THE UNITED STATES.] Equinoxe No, 54. p. 4-11.1 995, In French. FR 40(4) 

IDEL, IFREMER, Toulon, France] 

95-009482 Herkc, William H. NATURAL FISHERIES, MARSH MANAGEMENT, AND MARICULTURE: 
COMPLEXITY AND CONFLICT IN LOUISIANA. Dedicated Issue: The Effects of Aquacitllure In Estuarme 
fnvinuunems. Robert W. Hastings and Donald R. Heinle, organizers. Estuaries 18(1A):10-17, 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Nall. Biol. Surv, Coop. Fish & Wildl. Res. Unit,, Sch. For,, Wildl. & Fish,, La. State Univ., Baton Rouge, LA 
70303-6202 j 

9S-0094B3 Hldiford, Michael ]. H. and David R. Schiel. CATCH VS COUNT: EFFECTS OF GILL-NETTIN C ON 
REEf FISH POPULATIONS IN SOUTHERN NEW ZEALAND. /. Exp. Mar. Bio/. Eco/. 18U(2):215-232. 199j. 
FR 4014} 

ISchlcl: Dep. Zoo!., Univ. Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Chrislchurch, New Zealand) Daia for 19 species. 

95.OQ9.ia4 Milbom, Ray and Robert B. Kennedy. SPATIAL PATTERN IN CATCH RATES: A TEST OF 
ECONOMIC THEORY. Bull. Math. Biol. 54(2/3):263-273. 1992. FR 40(4) 

95-009-185 Hoese, H. Dickson and Mark Konikoff. EFFECTS OF MARSH MANAGEMENT ON FISHERIES 
ORGANISMS: THE COMPENSATORY ADJUSTMENT HYPOTHESIS, Dedicated Issue: The Effects oMquacufture 
fn btuaiinetirvtronmenls. Robert W. Hastings and Donald R. Heinle, organizers. Estuaries 18(1A):1BO-197. 1 JJj. 
FR 40(4} 

IDop. Biol., Univ. Southwest. La., Lafayetle 70504] 

95-00948& Norwood, ]. W. NORTHEAST ATLANTIC FISHERIES MANAGEMENT AND THE STATE OF THE 
STOCKS. IN7ELCCH Manchester 1994; Progress to Meet the Challenge of Environmental Change. Proceedings ot 
the VI International Congress of Ecology, 2 1 to 26 August 1994, Manchester, United Kingdom, lohn H. Tallis, Hazel 
/. Noiman, and Richard A. Benton, editors, p. 189. 1994. Abslracl only. FR 40(4) 
Gat/us morbua in Ihe Norlh Sea. 

FR40|4) 191 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

MARINE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-009487 landli, lames N. and johalhan Heffeiz. DECISION ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVE MARVF 

POLICIES FOR THE CUIF OF ALASKA PACIFIC OCEAN PERCFI FISHERY. Fish. to. (Amiterclam) 24[ljj5< 

|NMFS, Alaska Fish. Sd, Cent, Resow. Ecol. & Fish. Manage., 7600 Sand Point Way NE Bii* C 1 5700 t-j,- 
WA 98 II 5-0070] Sebastes alulus. ' ' 

95-009468 Infante, Miiria Teresa, editor. SPECIAL JSSUE: LATIN AMERICA AND THE LAW OF THFttA rv. 
Dev.fritiaw26(2):93-187. 1995. FR 40(4) u*wr mtitA.lAe 

[InsL Estuclios Int Univ. Chile, P.O. Box 14187, Sue. 21, Santiago, Chile] Individual papers imfewlint 
issue of fisheries Review. ' ^ 

95-009489 Infante, Maria Teresa. STRAITS IN LATIN AMERICA: THE CASE OF THE STRAIT OF MAORI* 
Special Issue: Latin America and (he Law of the Sea. Maria Teresa Infante, editor. Ocean Ocv A far j : 
26(2):175-1fi7. 1995. FR 40(4) ' * lnt i: 

jlnsl. Esludios Int., Univ. Chile, P.O.Box 14187, Sue. 21, Santiago, Chile] 

95-009490 International Council for Exploration of the Sea. REPORT OF THl ICES ADVISOWY 

ON f ISHERY MANAGEMENT, S994. PART 1.M Counc Explor. Sea Coop. fics. Rep, No. 210(pK 1 ):312p 

[ICES Hqrs., Copenhagen, Denmark) 

95-009491 International Council for Exploration of the Sea. REPORT OP THE ICES ADVISORY i 

OISHERY MANAGEMENT, 1994. PART 2. Int. Counc. taptor. Sea Coop. Res. Rep. No Qtpt. 2J:222,I 



[ICES H(|rs., Copenhagen, Denmark) 



95-009492 Jensen, Kallileen A. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INSEASON AND POSTSEASON STfK 
COMPOSITION ESTIMATES FOR SOCKEYE SALMON IN GILLNET CATCHES IN 2 DISTRICTS tNSOUlTlFA 
ALASKA AND INTHE STIKINE RIVER, 1986 TO 1989. Alsk. Fish. R PS . Bull. 1(2):107.I24 1994 FN \W(4] 

|Dep. Fish & Came, Cornmcr. Fish. Manage. & Dev. Div., P.O. Box 240020, Douglas AK 9 
Qncornyncnuf ncrka. 

95-009493 Kawaley, Ian. THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC ZONE 



. 

[Miftigan.\Vhyle& Smith, P.O. Box MM 1223, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda] 

ANTARCTIC MARITIME 



^Si'i 011 BVCATCH IN AUSTRAL|A ' S *>-- 

[N.S.W. Fish, Res. Insl, P.O. Box 21, Cronulla, N.S.W. 2230, Australia) 



summ 



K ' 1I1B and - - 

! ll " ^ 5oc ' 27 ( 5 ) : "3-642. 1994. In Kore.in wilh 



' 
t Stephwolepis cirrhifer, Selwtes schhgcli, and Cire//a punclnra. 

i ^ 

n M, m f M' ? i N M 3 '' r ' S/I ' S C - 27 ( 5 ' :62 - 632 ' ' 9 94. In Korean with English sum.u. 
[Dep. War. Qlol., Nat). Fish. Univ. Pu Si .n, Pusan 60R-737, Kore,i] W/faea, f ng raufo /a 
^mraotfrtepOTomrtu^nguJIta^a,,^ p ampM ecWmaaster, and data fe? 17omer sp 

9S009498 Ktovach, N. V,; O. A. Rovnina and D. V. Kol'tsov BIOLOGY AND 



[All-Russia Res. Insl, Fidi. & Occanogr, Moscow, Russia] 

HAWA1IAN ISLAND BOTTOMFISHING ACTtVITV: A 
23(1 2, 2 .5. N ESTIMATE F ECON OMIC IMPACTS, tal,. fie, (A-rJ 

t " NMFS ' NOAA ' 257 Dole St " Honolulu, HI 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

MARINE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-OO9500 Kolesnikov, V. G.; P. A. Bukatin; S. G. Krivospitchenko; Yu. V. Stepanov and Yu. G. Sazonov. 
(EXPERIENCE OF HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL AND BIOLOGICAL FISHERY MONITORING ORGANIZATION 
W THE EAST-CENTRAL ATLANTIC] In: (Principles of Fishery Predicting System.] E. C. Bakova, editor, p. 76-87, 
207, 1 fold-out chart. 1 989. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4} 

95-009501 Krivospitchenko, S. G. (SIMULATION Of SAHARA-MOROCCAN POPULATION ABUNDANCE 
OF THE EASTERN MACKEREL STOCK; PREDICTION POSSIBILITIES AND ESTIMATION OF OPTIMAL 
EXPLOITATION REGIMES.] In: (Principles of Fishery Predicting System.] E..C. Bakova, editor, p. 160-176, 21 1. 
1939. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

95-009502 Laprise, Rejean and Pierre Pepiri. FACTORS INFLUENCING THE SPATIO-TEMPORAL 
OCCURRENCE OF FISH EGGS AND LARVAE IN A NORTHERN, PHYSICALLY DYNAMIC COASTAL 
ENVIRONMENT. Mar, Ecol. Prog. Ser. 122(l-3};73-92. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Pepin: Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Sci. Branch, P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1] 

95-009503 Le.iiHe, Jean-Pierre and Anne Thlmel. [FISHERIES OF THE BAIE DE BOURGNEUF.) Fqumoxe No. 
53, p. 4.1 8. 1 994. In French. FR 40(4} 

[Lab. Ressour. Halieul., IFREMER, L'Houmeau, France] 

95-009504 tee, Jeong-Woo and Young-Shll Kang. [VARIATIONS OF FISH COMMUNITY AND FISH DENSITY 
ON ARTIFICIAL REEFS.] Bull Korean Fish Soc. 27(5):535-548. 1 994. In Korean with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Nail. Fish. Res. & Dev, Agency, Yangsan 626-900, Korea] Sefaasres, Hexagrammos otakii, Navodon modestus, 
Stepbanotepis cirrhifer. Scomber iaponicus, and data for 40 other species in Korea. 

95-QG9505 Lee, Tae-Won and Sun-Wan Hwang, [THE DEMERSAL FISH OF ASAN HAY. IV. TEMPORAL 
VARIATION IN SPECIES COMPOSITION FROM 1900 TO 1993,] Bull. Korean Fish. Soc. 28(l):67-79, 1995. In 
Koiean with English sumrn. FR 40(4) 

|De|). Oceanogr., Chungnam Nail. Univ., Taejon 305-764, Korea] Thryssa koreana, Cynoglossus ioyneri, 
yohnj'us belengeri, and data for 46 other species in Korea. 

95-QG950& Levinfis, C. O.; A. Ervik; P. Johanncssen and ). Aure. ECOLOGICAL CRITERIA USED TO HELP SITE 
FISH FARMS IN FJORDS. Dedicated Issue: Jhe Effects of Aquaculture In Estuarine Environments. Robert W. 
Hastings and Donald R. Heinle, organizers. Estuaries 1 8(1 A):S 1-90. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Fish. & Oceans Biol. Sci. Branch, West Vancouver Lab., 41 60 Marine Dr., West Vancouver, BC, Canada V7V 

1N6] 

95-009507 Lutcavnge, Molly and Scott Kraus. TFIE FEASIBILITY OP DIRECT PHOTOGRAPHIC ASSESSMENT 
OF GIANT BLUEFIN TUNA, JHUNNUS 7HYNNUS, IN NEW ENGLAND WATERS. U.S. Nail. Mar. Fish. Serv. Fish. 
Butt. M(3):495-503. 1995. FR 40(4) 

lEcfgcrlon Res. Lab., New England Aquarium, 195 State St., Boslon, MA02109[ 

95-009500 Macdonald, John M. APPRECIATING THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE AS AN ETHICAL 
FA/OLUTION IN OCEAN MANAGEMENT. Ocean Dev. Int. Low 26(3):255-286. 1 995. FR 40(4} 
[4521 Second Ave., N.E., Seattle, WA 98105] 

95-O095Q9 Macias-Zamore, Rene; N. Angelica Venegas-Galindo and A. Luisa Vidaurri-Sotelo. (THE SPORT 
FISHERY FOR SAILFISI-I (ISTIOPHORUS PLA'IYPTERUS) AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH COMMERCIAL 
FISHERY.] Invest. Mar. CICIMAR 8(2):87-93. 1993. In Spanish with English summ. FR 40(4) 

ICRlP-Manzanlllo, Inst. Nac. Pesca, SEPESCA, Apdo. Poslal No. 591 Manzanillo, Col. 28200, Mexico] 

95-009510 Mann, B. Q. FISH BY-CATCH IN THE ST. LUCIA BAIT PRAWN FISHERY. Lammergeyer No. 43. 
p. 29-37. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Occanogr. Res. Inst., P.O. Box 1 071 2, Marine Parade 4056, South Africa] Data for 40 species in South Africa. 

95-009511 Markevich, A. I. [SPECIES COMPOSITION AND ECOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE 
FISHES OF ARTIFICIAL HABITATS IN PETER THE GREAT BAY, THE SEA OF JAPAN,] Mar. Biol. (Vladivostok) 
2Q(3>:222-22fl. 1994. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

[Far East State Mar. Res., Inst. Mar. Biol., Far East Branch, Russian Acad. Sci., Vladivostok 690041, Russia] 

95-00951 2 Matthews, Elizabeth and Evelyn Oiterong. MARINE SPECIES COLLECTED BY WOMEN IN PALAU, 
MICRONESIA. Mfcronestca 28(1):77-90. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Ocean Resour, Manage. Programme, Univ. South Pac., Suva, Fiji] Letlvinus nematacanthus, Lutjanus gibbus, 
Siganus canaficulatus, and data for 1 1 other species. 

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MASINE MANAGEMENT AND RESfARfH fr ,- , 

95-009513 lUrF k ""-tAKCH (Continued) 

FISH u AT/-. . " ac _ tiron ' Lawrence VV.; C. Eugene MrC^, a i o . 
KEMENTOFREDDRi!^ 

'994. HarSd\ Sch e rJm^? tl0n f D 5y {" posiurn llnd Worfafiop AeW in ^.^,4- 
)(4) L ic/, mm /, flnd Roftef , c p/pef> erf . (o ^_ ^J ft/] JQC J--, 

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' *". I9B9. In Russian with English suimn. FR ]0(4] 
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IN RELATIOM TO PELAGIC 

"'WdldHOn, U/llV Aorif C~l in , ' * "~* * ''^^J^ 

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MARINE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-009526 Roberts, C M. MARINE RESERVES AS FISHERY MANAGEMENT TOOLS- A TEST OF 
PREDICTIONS /NTEtCOi Mancfesier ,994: Progress to Meet the O/te nge of En^owentJfLe 
foceerfmg5 o <J,e W tatemationa/ Congress o, fco/ogy, 21 to 26 August 1991, Manchester, Un/ted Wngctorr. 
fcnnH. Tms, Hazel J. Norman, and Richard A, Bemon, editors, p. 190. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 

95-009527 Roberts, Callum M. RAPID BUILD-UP OF FISH BIOMASS IN A CARIBBEAN MARINE RESERVE 
Comerv. Btol. 9(4):81 5-826. 1995. In English with Spanish sumni. FR 40(4) Kt>tKVL. 

S ' S '' ^ omM 0802 - e -il:crober(s@uvi.edu] Data for 1 3 species 



55-009528 Sakuma, Keith M. and Ralph J. Larson. DISTRIBUTION OF PELAGIC METAMORPHirSTArF 
SANDDAGS OTHAMCHTHYS SORDIDUS AND C STICMAEUS WITHIN f AREAS OF UWELL Sc OFF 
CENTRAL CALIFORNIA, US. Nat/. Mar. fish. Sen, Fish. Bull. 93(3):51 6-529 1995 FR 40(4) WLLUNG FF 
[Tiburon Lab., Southwest Fish. Sci. Cent., NMFS, NOAA, 3150 Paradise Dr., Tiburon, CA 94920J 



|lnsl. Portugues Investig. Maritime, Cent. Investig. Maritinia Sul., Av. 5 do Outubro s/n, 8700 Olbao, Portugal] 



95-0095JO Saucedo Barren, Cesar Julio and Mauricio Ramirez Rodriouez [FISH OF 

im?^o!T,T 'T 1 ^ / S ! N , ALOA STATE ' MEXICO 

9{l):51-5<1, 1994. In Spanish with English summ. FR 40(4} 

[Escuda Cienc, Mar U.A S. Paseo Clausen s/n M.izallan, Sin., Mexico] Scomberomonis sieira, MuRll 
Sdgre panamensis and data for 58 other species, M 

' TU "!?- BA T S AND DEEPLY INDCN TED COASTLINES: THE PRACTICE OF SOUTH 



|Via Alfonso Cossa 29, 20138 Milano, ltaly| 

95-009532 Shipley, Frank S. and Russell W. Kiesling, editors. PROCEEDINGS- GAIVESTON RAY 

" 



Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 
95-009533 Shuntov, V. P.; V, V. Lapko; V, V. Nadlochly and Ye. V. Samko ANNUAL CHANCES 

" E SAKH AUNKURII REGION 



(Pac. Res, Inst. Fish. & Oceanogr., Vladivostok, Russia] Data for 1 5 species in the northwestern Pacific Ocean] 
95-009534 Shunlov, V. P.; V. V. Lapko; V. V. Nadtochiy and Ye. V. Samko ANNUAL CHANGES IN 

K^m u p ^^ 

|Pac. Res. Insl. Fish. & Oceanogr., Vladivostok, Russia] Data for 1 2 species. 

95-009535 Slgaev, I. K. [TECHNOLOGICAL SCHEME FOR SHORT-TERM FISHERY PREDICTING OF 
ATCHES PER EFFORT IN THE SCOTiAN HAKE FISHERY.] , /Wnc/pfes ofHs,^ ftSctfn ?S mf?C 
Bakova, editor, p. 86-100, 207. 1989. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4} 



w-r r', n Vl r C J\ a [ : C |;, S S* K n ASSE ? SMENT AND MANA CEMENT OF SABLEFISH, ANOPLOI'OMA 
, IN THE GULF OF ALASKA. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Wash. 1 993. FR 40(4) 

55-009537 Snape, WilJiam J., Ill and Naomi B, Lefkovitz. SEARCHING FOR GATT'S ENVIRONMENTAL 
MIRANDA: ARE "PROCESS STANDARDS" GETTING "DUE PROCESS?" 1994 



. taiv/. 2.7\i)\ 7/7-015. 1994. FR 40(4) 

95-009538 Stepanenfco, M. A. DISTRIBUTION, BEHAVIOR, AND ABUNDANCE OF PACIFIC COD CADUS 
IMCROCCPHALUS, IN THE BERING SEA,/, tchthyol. 35(4):18-27. 1995. FR 40(4) 
[Pac. Res. Inst. Fish, & Oceanogr., Vladivostok, Russia] 

9S0095 J9 Slrogalev, V. D. [PREDICTING THE ANOMALOUS MONTHLY AVERAGE WATER TEMPERATURE 
ON NAMIBIAN SHELF IN SUMMER-FALL PERIOD.] In: principles of Fishery Predicting System.! E. C Bakova 
ei/ilor.p. 101-107,208. 1989. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(4) 

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K'^CuXV^ FORECASTING Of 

0:428-433. 1995. FR 40(4) G AROUNDA SPAWNJNG AREAWlJ,; 



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j^fc/j 2 3-25, /99<f / jUn/v - /I? 3 * e ' n ' ema tfona/Confoon^*D -7 KU "IBILITIES t ] Measures for Strccfis 1 
French. FR 40(4) ' ' ^ f ' 5e " fe ' coflV/fei u , ytaS^^^uftwe '94,' Bordeaux, tow, 

4 ILWL ioc. ipec. ft/y. No. 21. p. 344-345. 19WLh 



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Cyprtws corpib. 

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"""-c, LULOR AND iA/"4^'eo'"r'" JLCr ' H - QLfALnY OF FISH: 

^fastrac^c/Col^L ^// ETE ? ION: RESULTS OF AW 
s ce, Marcft 23-25 iSiu-*, at lhe '"^mattonal Conference 

1 f'ench. FR 40(4) ' ' fln F ' 5ewfe ' compilers. Eur. Aquacuit. 
'-' Inst. Nail. Rech. A Dron Rp , ., 

Dn " B ' P - S27 ' ^1026 Nantes cedex 03, FraiceJ 



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UTILIZATION OF FISHERY PRODUCTS (Continued) 

W -009 552 Lima dos Santos, Carlos A. PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF FOOD BORNF TRFMATHnc 

INFECTIONS IN CULTURED FISH. FAOAquacull. Neml. No. 8. p. 1 1-15. 1994. FR 40(4) TREMATODE 



^ 

8 ' <raiia - Queensland Department of Primary Industry, p. 4-5 S 

[ Independent Seafood Prod. Ply. Ltd., 1 Trawler Base Rd., Porlsmilh, Qld,, Australia] 

Mevers - Samuel P. DEVELOPMENTS AND TRENDS IN FISHERIES PROCESSING- 



|Oep. Food Sci,, Oceanogr. & Coast Scl., La. State Univ., Baton Rouge 70803J 

95-009555 Nemetz, Thomas G. and Emmetl B. Shells Jr. ZOONOTIC DISEASES. In- Fish Medicine 
A- Sloskopf, Editor, p. 214-220. 1993. FR 40(4) 1 11,11 (vteaicme. 

[Dcp. Gene!., Univ. Ga., Athens 30601] 

^ ^RM RAISED FISH AND 



*"* A > Ta awa - M \ CR ^ TREATMENT OF SCRAP FISH MEAL AND 
. Measures for Success: Abstracts of Contributions Presented a, the International 
ure 94/ Bon/eau^ franco M.rc/, 23-25, 1994. /. Mm> and f 
Sac. Spec. PuW. No. 21. p. 288-289. 1991. FR 40(4) ''"'"" r. 

i PrefGdural Insl. Technol., Olimura, 2-1303-8, Nagasaki, Japan] 



QUALITIES OF FARMED 

' Exp - Sln " Ores - s 



l FISH IN 



MISC. TECHNIQUES AND EQUIPMENT 

95-009560 Akamine, Tatsuro. [METHODS USED TO MEASURE GROWTH OF OCEAN FISH 1 IStimnn 

s^r^^^^ 



95-009561 Bennett, Wayne A, and Thomas L. Bellinger. OVERVIEW OF TECHNIQUES FOR 

f QS 



.[Pop. OioJ. Set., Univ. N. Tex., P.O. Box 5218, Denton 76203| 

35-O03562 Bogstad,Cjarle;Micliacl Pennlngion and Jon Helge Volstad. COST-EFFICIENT SURVEY 
OR ESTIMATING FOOD CONSUMPTION BY FISH./*/,. R PS , (Anal) 230,2)-3M6 995 FR4M4 

he NoV.h^hmi C S OcSn B X 107 N rdlieS ' N ' 5 24 Ben * e "' NOrW ' iyl Ma/totos W7toius ' i 



5-009563 Bromley, Poter J. THE ROLE OF GASTRIC EVACUATION EXPERIMENTS IN QUANTIFYING THF 
EEDING KATES OF PREDATORY FISH. Rev. Fish Biol. f/sft.4(l):36.66 1994 FR 40(4) qUANTirYING TIIE: 
[Minisl. Agnc., Pish. & food, Fish. Lab,, Palceficld Rd., Lowcstofl NR33 OUT, England] 



OTO^T?^! MurTn irp^T/ A r G ^ ""? James W ' McLaren ' ELEMENTAL FINGERPRINTING 
OTQI.ITHS USING ID-ICPMS. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 1 22(1-3)- 1 15-120 1995 FR 40(4) 

|Mar fish Div., Bedford Insl. Oceanogr,, P.O. Box 1006, Darlmoulh, NS, Canada B2Y 4A2| Cijc/us morhm 

_3lli3fflcl. 



5-0095&5 Durborow, R. M, and W.C. Coins. DISEASES OF WARMWATER FISH- A VIDEO PRESENTATION 
**uantf$iwMm on Aqwtlc Animal^ 

Wembcr 4-B, 1994. Ronald P. Hednck and fames R. Winton, organizers, p, P-100 1994 FR 40(4) 
(Coop. Ext. Program, Ky. Stale Univ., Frankfort 40601 ] 

5-O09566 EhlefS, Manfred; David R. Steincr and James B. Johnston. PROCEEDINGS OF AN INTERNATIONAI 
ORKSHOP ON REQUIREMENTS FOR INTEGRATED GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS : M 
BRUARV 1994, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. Environ. Res. Inst. Mich. (ERIMjKSp 1994 FR 40(4 
[JSPA, Univ. Osnabrueck-Vochl.i,Vech(a ( Germany] Selected papers IndexedinlhlsissueofFfcfteriesRev/eiv 



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M C B U ASE^^ 

INCREMENTS. Uses and EftUf To/ r,2 D ' S C R 'M'NANT ANALYSIS OF DAILY OTOLITH CROWT- 
Symposfum and IVorfcsftop /ieW j n Albu N '" ^ f '" i "' c Eco ^ems: Proceedings of ihe h>fr^-:-.-i 

[Natl. Bio!. SeV. , Coop^Rs'hVwidlTS ^'i,' n* 5 f' ' ", 5 ' AbS ' raCt n ' V - FR ^ (4) 
29634f 5aenopi ocellatus. ' ep ' ^^cu't- Fish. & Wildl., Clemson Univ., 



Seai/e IViS /n ' ema "7' a/ ^po^wim on Aquuic Aniwt Htf 
FR J 4 j <1s/I " lg[Ofl - 5e P'em6er 4-fl, ;99^J. Ronald P. HWHrt aft dft- 



'^m and^bstracii Sft.erafon Hole/ Seai/e IVi 
. Wtntan, o fg w zefs . p . w ., 6 5 ^ FR J 4 <1s/I " lg[Ofl - 5e P'em6er 4-fl, ;99^J. Ronald P. 

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^ eto / sE w ? SY ' ?' emat/ora/ 5y/siim, on ^ifr A->j 
James R. LVm (Of ,, organizers, p. P-83 1994 FR 40(4, ' Was/ " n 8 to ^ September^, 1994. Ronald P. UcdMn 

M ^- Dop. p alho |, ,0 S. Pine St., Balllmore 2I20M1W. 

^ L BAR<ODED MEASURINC SYSTEMS; PRIORf ^' ^- *- *v 

Fish, soc, 54,0 Crosvenor Ln., Suite , , 0, B e ,hesda, MD 208,4] 

MANAGEMEN?bF B 1c^ GUIDELINES fOR ACQUISITION A^D 

VOUCHER SPECIMEN MANAGEMENT^ SpnijInR InnS^ PAR TICIPANTS OF A CONFERENCE ON 
CURATORIAL METHODS OF THf ASSOcfS nr?v^M? E AUSPICES THE COUNCIL 
P. 9S2. A V ai| flb la at $7.00 (paper ^ISBN JS^O?4 m ow MAT CS COLLECTIONS. >teoc. SyO. 
Wflshmgton, DC2000M521. tcr:202 347-2850. FR4 "S ' Sy5 '- Collectr ns ' 73 lll 



: BAR - CODED MEASURING SYSTEMS. r fa . Am. R,* 5- 



EURAt NE^O^T ^ ?** A ' Pl ' rlm - AUTOMATIC FISH POPULATE 
. t Sv,. 1^ ^, 9 ^''''^ 133 ' ] ) :45 -". 1995. FR 40(4) 

En8land fc ^ K ^ M ^3S^^ EIectfical Ens " Un)V Fft ril 

A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL IN FISH HMLTH 

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ENVIRONMENT. P^V^ ^^^^ APPLICATIONS TO FISHES IN THE NATUW 

^ K 6 ' f ' ^WW' '995 1VWK?K' COngr 5 iS f Com Pa^Ve Phj/sfo^gy and ffibrAernto. 
t only. FR 40(4) ^^ W Bl "8B^ ed/(or. P^s/o/. Zoo/. 68(4)Suppl. Sccl.rKM. 19B 

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p , LENGT H RELATIONSHIPS OF 

ep. Fish. & Wildl., Mich. Slate Univ F?,, , 3 N D ^ fisft ' Cu/t - S7 (3):25O-251, 1995, FR 40(4) 
'5009577 Severin K , 8 '' nC ^ C/lus ** and O. isfca^l* 

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95-009578 S ' I u , ' ^^ P - a Box 75 "80, Fairbanks 99775-57801 

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WATERSHED MANAGEMENT (Continued) 

95-009589 House, freeman. WATERSHED COMMUNITY. Watersheds '<J4; Respect, Rethink Kes'rf 
Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Watershed Management Conference, Ashland, Oregon, November le'-JB P^JJ 
Richard R. Harris, RickKattelmann, Hannah Kerner, and Jeff Wolod, editors. Univ. Calif Water WatprHnn,,', re-. 
Rep. No. 86. p. 91-94. 1995. FR 40(4} mrour.Lfr, 

|Boxlfl9, Pe1rolia,CA 95558] 

95-009590 Ice, George. LANDSCAPES, WATERSHEDS, ECOSYSTEMS: WHAT'S NEW? Watersheds '9' 

Respect Rethink, Restore. Ptoceedingsof the fifth Biennial Watershed ManagemcntConference AshtandQre^- 
November 16-18, 1994. Richard R. Harris, Rick Katteltnann, Hannah Kerner, ant/ left Woled, editors Urtiv &''? 
Water Resotir. Cent. Rep. No. 86. p. 41-47. 1995. (Nail. Counc. Paper Ind Air & Stream Imn'mvPniPnt Pr* e'-". 
458, Corvallis, OR 97339] ' "' rAJ - frjl 

95-009591 Kann, Jacob. WATERSHED DYSFUNCTION, LAKE ECOLOGY, AND INCORPORATE nc 
NONFISH AQUATIC CONSTITUENTS INTO WATERSHED STUDIES. Watersheds '94: Respect RfMRwor 
PtoceerJings of the fifth Btennral Watershed Management Conference, Ashland, Oregon, November 16 IS 19'J 
Richard R. Harris, Rick Kattelmann, Hannah Kemer, and Jeff Woled, editors. Univ. Calif Water Rpmn, r, eL~ 
No. 86. p. 38-39. 1995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) ' Kerour lent fe ' 

(Klamalh Tribes Nal. Resour., P.O. Box 436, Chiloquin, OR 97624) 

95-009592 Rrlla, Ellen L. and Stephanie Larson. COASTAL WATERSHED ENHANCEMENT A rnrmrpj, t 
APPROACH TO ADAPTING NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION GUIDELINES TO LOCAE CON niTin\<, 
Watersheds '94; Respect, Rethink, Restore. Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Watershed Managem 
- 



, , . se anagem 

Ashland, 0,egon, November J&-JS, 1994. Richard R. Harris, Rick Kattelmann, Hannah Kerncr 



san, ,egon, ovemer -, . car . arrs, c attemann, Hannah Kerncr wIMtw 
editors. Univ. Calif. Water Resour, Cent. Rep. No. 86. p. 79-82. 1995. [U.C. Coop. Ext., 1682 NrnaloK I ?,?-- 
150B,Novato,CA94947| " va< iu -' 

95-009593 Sommarslram, Sari J. and Genn Evans. COOPERATIVE WATERSHED MANAGEMFNT rrrncrt 
JN THE SCOTT RIVER AND SHASTA RIVER WATERSHEDS, KLAMATH RIVER BASIN CA K!JX/ 
Respect, Rethink, Restore. Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Watershed Management Conference Ashhnct Ore *c* 
November J6-1B, 1994. Richard R. Harris, Kick Katlelmann, Hannah Kerner, andleffWolcd eddnn IM rT'f 
W3ter Resour. Cent. Rep. No, 86. p. 138. 1 995. Abstract only. FR 40(4) 
[Siskiyou Resour. Conscrv. Dist., P.O. Box 268, Etna, CA 96027] 

MISCELLANEOUS 

95-009594 Blade, MichadTRACIC REMEDIES: ACENTURYOFFAILEDFISHERYPOIICYONrAlirnwNiv^ 
SACRAMENTO RIVER, flac Hist. Rev. G4(1J:37-70. 1995. FR 40(4} " u " l *-" LI '"K"'Al 

[Dep. Socia* Sci., Hiirvoy Mudd Coll., Clnremont, CA 9171 1] Oncoihynchus tshawyisc/ia. 

95-009595 Cisneros-MaW, Mlguef A.; Gabricla Montemayor-Lopcz and Martha I. Roman-Rodricn^ li;f 
HISTORY AND CONSERVATION OF TOTQABA MACDONALD1. Conserv. Biol. 9(4)-a06-aH 1M? hfn 
with Spanish sumni. FR 40(4) l ' ' '' ' JJI1 ' m tn ^ lls?l 

[Cenl. Reg. Investlg. Pesq, Calfe 20 No, 605 Sur, Gitaymas, Son B5400, Mexico] 

95-009596 Cisncros, Miguel A. POPULATION VIABILITY ANALYSIS OF AGE-STRUCTURED POPI iiAWWJt 
DONAtDIWnKGU " : 



95-009597 Claikson, Robert W. and Jeffrey R. Wilson. TROUT IJIOMASS AND STREAM MAEiSTAT 
RELATIONSHIPS IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS AREA, CAST-CENTRAL ARIZONA. Tr. Am S far 
124(4):S99-6I2. 1995. FR 40(4} "' " m >ft ' 



[Biol. Respui. Brand,, US. Bur. Reclnm P 9 Box 9900, Phoenix, AZ 85068-0980] Qncorhynclw apacfe 
O. mykiss, Sahelima Sontmfis, Salmo trutta, Rhmtchittys osculiu. Catostonws clarki, and C discobolus. 

95-009590 Clarkson, Roberl W. nnil Jeffrey R. WiJson. TROUT BIOMASS AND STREAM 





(Res. Branch, Game & Pish Dcp., Hiotmlx, AZ 85023] Oncorhynchus apache. 

95-009599 Deacon, fames E.; Francos R, Taylor and John W. Pedretti. EGG VIABILITY AND ECOLOr.yOF 
DEVILS HOLE PUPFISH: INSIGHTS FROM CAPTIVE PROPAGATION. Southwest Nat 40{2);2I6-S3 \m 
(R 40(4) 

(Univ. Ncv., Las Vegas, 89154] Cyprinor/on diabolis in Nevada. 

95-009600 Fusclicr, Linda C. HABITAT RESTORATION AND SEASONAL HABITAT USE BY NCOSHO 
MADTOMS (NOWRUS PtACIDUS), AND SPATIO-TEMPORAL VARIATION OF FISH ASSEMBLAGES MM 
COTTONWOOD RIVGR, KANSAS. MS. tlmis, Emporia State Univ. 1 993. FR 40(4) rt " LMULMlL>IN IHt 

^^0(4} 200 mi 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

MISCELLANEOUS (Continued) 

J5-C09601 Groombridge, Brian, editor. 1994 IUCN RED LIST OF THREATENED ANIMALS. IUCN - Work! 
CLV.JS.T. Union [341 p.] 1993. Available at $30.00 (paper: ISBN 2-B3 1 7-01 94-5) from Island Press, Box 7, Covelo, 
CA9542S. lel:SOO-B2a-1 302. FR 40(4) 

95-009602 Hedrick, Philip W.; Dennis Hedgecock and Scot! Hamelberg. EFFECTIVE POPULATION SIZE IN 
\-pfNTER-RUN CHINOOK SALMON. Conserv. Biol. 9(3):61 5-624. 1 995. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(4) 
| Dep. Zool., Ariz. Slate Univ., Tempe B52B1 ] Oncofhynchus isha\vytscha in California. 

33-009&03 Hyman, Jeffrey B. and Kris Wernstedt. A VALUE-INFORMED FRAMEWORK FOR 
INTERDISCIPLINARY ANALYSIS: APPLICATION TO RECOVERY PLANNING FOR SNAKE RIVER SALMON. 
Ccnseiv. Bioi 9(3):625-635. 1 995. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(4) 

[ManTech Environ., NHEERL-Corvallis, 200 SW 35th St., Corvallis, OR 97333. e-mail:jeffh@rna il.cor.epa.gov! 
Qnccrhynchus tsha\vytscba in the Columbia River and basin. 

95-009604 McElroy, Douglas M. and Michael E. Douglas. PATTERNS OF MORPHOLOGICAL VARIATION 
AMONG ENDANGERED POPULATIONS OF GILA ROBUS7A AND CM CYPHA (TELEOSTEI: CYPRINIDAE) 
IN THEUPPER COLORADO RIVER BASIN. Cope/a 1995(3):636-649. 1995. FR 40(4) 
jDep. Biol., West. Ky. Univ., Bowling Green 421 01 [ 

95-OD9605 Modde, Timothy; Allan T. Scholz; ). Holt Williamson; G. Bruce Haines; Bob D. Burdick and Frank 
K. PfaVer AN AUGMENTATION PLAN FOR RAZORBACK SUCKER IN THE UPPER COLORADO RIVER BASIN. 
L'j?i snd Effects of Cultured Fishes in Aquatic Ecosysiems; Proceedings of the International Symposium and 
V,'ofkshop held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 12-J7 March 1994. Harold L. Schramm Ir. and Robert G. Piper, 
editors. Am. fi5ft.5oc.Symp. No. 15. p. 102-11 1. 1995. FR 40(4} 

fU.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv., Colorado River Fish Proj., 266 West 100 North, Suite 2, Vernal, UT 84078] Xyraucnen 



SJ-00960& Mueller, Gordon. INTERAGENCY WORK GROUP ATTEMPTS TO SAVE RAZORBACK SUCKER 
IN LAKE MOHAVE. Colo. Plateau 4(2):4-5. 1994. FR40(4) 
[Nat!. Biol. Surv., Denver, CO] 

95-009607 Ross, Stephen T.; Jeremy G. Knight and S. David Wilkins. LONGITUDINAL OCCURRENCE OF 
THE BAYOU DARTER (PERCIDAE: 7HEOSTOM/\ RUIiRUM) IN BAYOU PIERRE -A RESPONSE TO STREAM 
ORDER OR HABITAT AVAILABILITY? Fish Communities and Population Parameters Related to River Longitudinal 
Patterns: Second International Symposium on the Ecology of Fluvial Fishes, Held in Lodz, Poland, 23-26 August, 
S93B. John 7/iorpe, editor. Pol. Arch. Hydrobiot. 37(1-2):22l-233. 1990. FR 40(4} 

95-GQ96G3 Ryder, Oliver A. ZOOLOGICAL PARKS AND CONSERVATION OF BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY: 
LINKING EX SITU AND IN SITU CONSERVATION EFFORTS, focus On: Wildlife Conservation and the 
Ptefovation of Biodiversity. Mate A. Stem and Sharon K. Cillenwater, editors. ). Environ. & Dev, 4{2):105-120. 
1995, FR40{4) 

[Cent Reprod. Endangered Species, Zool. Soc., San Diego, CA] 

95-009609 ScHer, Phil. RESEARCH HATCHERY STUDIES. Colo. Div. Wildl. Pes. Rev. No. 2. p. 44-47. 1 993. 
FR40H} 

Qncorhynchus darki slomias and Ptychocheitus luckis in Colorado. 

95-O09610 Simon, Benjamin M.; Craig S. Leff and Harvey Doerksen. ALLOCATING SCARCE RESOURCES 
FOR ENDANGERED SPECIES RECOVERY./. Policy Anal. Manage. M(3):415-432. 1995. FR 40(4) 
{Dep. Interior, Off. Policy Analysis, Washington, DC) 

95-GO96 1 1 Simon, Thomas P.; Thomas M. Brandt; Kerry G. Graves and Bobby G. Whileside. ONTOGENY 
AND DESCRIPTION OFEGCS, LARVAE, AND EARLYJUVENILES OF THE FOUNTAIN DARTER, EJHEOSJOMA 
FONHCOLA. Southwest. Wat. 40(2): 208-2 15. 1995. FR 40(4) 

[Large Rivers Res. Sin., 119 Diana Rd,, Box 96, Ogden Dunes, IN 46368| 

95-OO96 1 2 Trammel!, Melissa; Eric Bergersen and Patrick Martinez. EVALUATION OF AN INTRODUCTION 
OF COLORADO SQUAWFJSH IN A MAIN STEM IMPOUNDMENT ON THE WHITE RIVER, COLORADO. 
Colo. Div Wiffll. Res, Rev. No. 2. p. 49-50. 1993. FR 40(4) 
Ptyfhachcilus Indus. 

95-00961 3 Williams, Jack E. THREATENED FISHES OFTHE WORLD: PIAGOP1ERUS ARGENJISSIMUS- COPE, 
lar^tCYPRINlDACJ.fnmon. Biol. Fishes 43(4);40Q. 1995. FR 40(4) ..... 

[Div. Wildl- & Fish., U.S. Bur. Land Manage., Dep. Interior, Washington, DC 20240) Cyprtnella tutrensis in the 
Coforada River basin. 

95-Q09&14 Wilirams, Jack E. THREATENED FISHES OFTHE WORLD: C/WBOJMXOB/U5 WILLIAMS & BOND, 
1 930 (CYPRINIDAE). Environ. Biol. Fishes 43(3):294. 1995. FR 40(4) 

{Div. Wildl. & Fish,, Bur, Land Manage., Dep, Interior, Washington, DC 20240] 



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Symposia indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 

Burgeren Warren W., editor. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 4th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF COMPARATIVE 
PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY, BIRMINGHAM, UK, 6-11 AUGUST 1995. Physiol. Zoo!. 68(-l)Suppl. 
Sect.:1-198. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|Dep. Biol. Sci., Univ. Nev., Box 454004, Us Vegas 69154-4004. le1:702-895-3780; fax:702-895-47<U; 
e-mail :kfilt@ccmail.nevada,edu | Separately paginated section at back of issue. Selected paper and abstract 
indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Bulh Donald G., coordinator. AMERICAN ELASMOBRANCH SOCIETY SYMPOSIUM ON ELASMODRANCI I 
GENETICS. PAPERS FROM THE JUNE 1992 SYMPOSIUM. Cope/a 1995(3}:525-S76. 1995. FR 40(4) 
Individual papers indexed in this issue' of Fisheries Review. 

Claridge Michael F, coordinator. SPECIAL ISSUE: SYSTEMATICS AGENDA 2000 - PAPERS FROM A MEETING 
HELD ATTHE ROYAL SOCIETY, LONDON, 12 APRIL 1 994. Biodiveis. Conserv. 4(5):45I-519. 1995. FU 40(J| 
(School Pure & Appl. Biol., Univ. Wares Cardiff, Cardiff CF1 STL, Wales] Selected papers indexed in thfs issued 
Fisheries Review. 

Ehfers Manfred; David R.Steinerand James B. Johnston. PROCEEDINGS OF AN INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP 
ON REQUIREMENTS FOR INTEGRATED GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS, 2-3 FEBRUARY W4,NEW 
ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. Environ. Res. inst. Mich. (ERIM) 1 65p. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

IISPA, Univ. Osnabrueck-Vechla, Vechta, Germany] Selected papers indexed in this issue at Fisheries (fewnv. 

Elliott, Mike and Jean.Paul Ducratoy, editors. ENVIRONMENTAL PERSPECTIVES FOR THE NORTHERN SfAS" 
PROCEEDINGS OF ENVIRONMENT NORTHERN SEAS '93, HELD IN STAVANGAR, NORWAY, 2-1 TO 27 
AUGUST, 1993. Mar. folhit. Bull. 29(64 2}:253-660. 1 994. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Appl. Biol., Hull Univ., Hull, England] Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Ervik,A.; P. Kupka Hansen and V.Wennevik, editors. PROCEEDINGS OFTHECANADA-NORWAY WORKSHOP 
ON ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF AQUACULTURE, flsken Have! No. 1 3. 1 35p. 1994. FR 40(4) 

[Nordnesparken 2, P.O. Box 1870 Nordnes, N-5024 Hergen, Norway. lel:+47 55 23 35 21; fax:*47 55 2] 
85 86] Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Frank, RobynC, editor. U.S. AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION NETWORK NATIONAL CONFERENCE-'RURAl 
INFORMATION AT THE CROSSROADS: ISSUES AND OPPORTUNITIES/ AUBURN UNIVERSITY, AUBURN, 
ALABAMA, OCTOBER 28-30, 1993 -SELECTED PAPERS, /, Agrlc. & Foot! Inf. 3(1):3-105. 1 995. FR 40(4) 
Selected papers indexed in (his issue of Fisheries Review. 

Carricio, J. 1; S. G. Mosa and ]. N. Volatile. [THE FISH YIELD ON THE LARGE RIVERS IN SALTA PROVINCE, 
ARGENTINA. FINAL REPORT OF THE WORKSHOP, FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS NATURALES, UNIVERSIOAD 
NACIONAL DE SALTA, SALTA, ARGENTINA, NOVEMBER 3, 1909.) Mane/o fauna ft/W Teen. l(l):l-9. 1950, 
In Spanish with English sumrn, FR 40(4} 

Harper, David M., editor. COARSE FISH ECOLOGY: FOURTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON TIU 
ECOLOGY OF FLUVIAL FISHES, HELD IN PULTUSK, POLAND, 23-26 JUNE, 1993. Pol. Arch, l-lydfobio). 
41(3):269-391, 1994, FR 40(4) 

[Ecol. Unit, Dep. Zool, Univ. Leicester, University Rd,, Leicester LEI 7RH, England] Individual papers fnelccK) 
in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

Hairis, Rkh-ard R.; Rick Katlelmann; Hannah Kerner and Jeff Woled, editors. WATERSHEDS '94: RESPICT, 
RETHINK, RESTORE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTH BIENNIAL WATERSHED MANAGEMENT CONrtRENCf, 
ASHLAND, OREGON, NOVEMBER 16-18, 1994. Univ. Calif. Water Resour. Cent. Rep. No. 8&. 148p. 1995. 
Available (paper: ISBN 1-887192-02-6) from Cent. Water & Wildland Resour., Water Resour. Cent., Univ. Call, 
1323 Academic Surge, Davis 95616-8750. tel:91 6-752-8070. FR 40(4) 

[Dep. Environ. Sci., Policy & Manage., 163- Mulford Hall, Univ. Calif,, Berkeley 94720] Selected jiapws and 
abstracts indexed In this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Harvey, Paul H.; Andrew J. Leigh Brown and John Maynard Smith, editors. NEW USES FOR NEW PHYLOGENIES. 
PAPERS FROM A DISCUSSION HELD 7 AND DECEMBER 1994. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lonci. Ser. B Bio/. 5ci 
349(1327):1-l1fl. 1995. FR 40(4) |Dep. Zool., Univ. Oxford, South Parks Rd,, Oxford OX1 3PS, tngfajid] 
Selected papers indexed in this issue of fisheries Review. 

Hedrfck, Ronald P. and James R. Winter, organizers. INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON AQUATIC ANfMAL 
HEALTH: PROG RAM AND ABSTRACTS. SHERATON HOTEL, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 4-H 1994. 
Fish Heart 5ec(. Am. Fish. Soc., urope<in Soc. Fish. Palhot., & /apanese Soc Fish. Patlioi. |304p.] 1994, Volume 
out of print; contact individual authors for reprints. FR 40(4) 
Selected abstracts Indexed In this issue of Fisheries Review. 

FR40{4) 202 IW> 



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Salmon Hatchery. [MASU SALMON SEMINAR ABSTRACTS: 38th SALMON SEMINAR, MARCH 18, 
1W-4- J9th 5AIMON SEMINAR, JUNE 8, 1994 and 40th SALMON SEMINAR, NOVEMBER 14, 1994.] Tech. 
tep. Hokkaido Salmon Haichery No. 164. p. 63-73. 1 995. Abslracts in Japanese or in English and Japanese. FR 
I'V 4 ) 

\fhh. Agency Japan, 2-2 Nakanoshima, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo 062, Japan] Individual abstracts indexed in ihis 
fisheries Review. Oncoriiynchus in Ihe North Pacific Ocean. 



Hosper S H ; R D. Gulatl; L. van Liere and R. M. M. Rooijackers, editors. INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES 
MANAGEMENT: SELECTED PROCEEDINGSOFTIVING WITH WATER"-THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 
ON INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, HELD IN AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS, 26-29 
SEPTEMBER 1994. Water Sd. Techno/. 31(8,:1-404. 1995. FR 40(4) 

|lnst. Wand Water Manage. & Waste Water Treatment, P.O. Box 1 7, 8200 AA Lelystad, Netherlands] Selected 
papers indexed in this issue oi fisheries Review. 



Liarn A; Malcolm C. M. Beveridge; Donald J. Baird and fames F. Muir, organizers. SPECIAL ISSUE: 
AQUACULTURE AND WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. PAPERS FROM AN INTERNATIONAL 
SYMPOSIUM HELD ATTHEUNIVERSITY OF STIRLING, 21-25 )UNE 1994. Aquacult. Res. 26(8):513-61 6. 1995. 



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[I rut. AquaculL, Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] Individual papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries 
Review, 

Learv, Leslie A.; Anna Lee and Kathy M. Togni, editors. 1994 CORNELL INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL 
SYMPOSIUM GREENING THE C.ATT: SETTING THE AGENDA. Cornell Int. Law /. 27(3):447-859. 1994. FR 
40<4) 

Selected papers indexed in Ihis issue of Fisheries Review. 

Lee, Wdlon L.; Bruce M. Bell and John F. Button. GUIDELINES FOR ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT OF 
BIOLOaCALSPECIMENSiAREPORTOFTHEPARTICIPANTSOFACONFERENCEONVOUCHERSPECIMEN 

MANAGEMENT SPONSORED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE COUNCIL ON CURATORIAL METHODS OF 
THE ASSOCIATION OF SYSTEMATICS COLLECTIONS. Assoc. Sysl. Collections 42p. 1982. Available at $7.00 
t paper ISBN 0^942924-02-9) from Assoc. Syst. Collections, 730 11 ih St., NW, Washington, DC 20001-4521. 
tel:202-347-2&50. FR 40(4) 

Link C Lee and Robert ). Naiman, compilers. PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON THE 
ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF AQUATIC-TERRESTRIAL ECOTONES, FEBRUARY 14-19, 1994, 
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE. Univ. Wash. 225p. 1994. FR 40(4) _ 

(Cant. Streams We Studies, Univ. Wash., Seattle 90195] Selecled papers and abstracts indexed in this issue 
Review. 



Muk, J. and F. Sevila, compilers. MEASURES FOR SUCCESS: ABSTRACTS OF CONTRIBUTIONS PRESENTED 
AT THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE "BORDEAUX AQUACULTURE '94," BORDEAUX, FRANCE, MARCI- 
23-25, 1 994. Eur. /Vrjuacu/r. Soc. Spec. Papers Pub/. No. 21. 352p. 1 994. In English or French. Available at $70 
fpapei) from Eur. Aquacult. Soc., Coupure Rechts 1 68, B-9000 Gent, Belgium. tel:+32 9 223 77 22; lax:+J^ 
223 7& 04. The full Proceet/i'ngi of the Conference are available from CEMAGREF, Dr. P. Williot, Div. Aquacull. 
& Peche, Ave. verdun, B.P. 3, F-3361 1 Gazinet cedex, France. FR 40(4) . 

[Insl. Aquncult, Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] Selecled papers and abstracts indexed in this issue 
of fj'ifiE?m?s Review. 

Oiscjan W. M.; Frilz Schierner and Malgorzata Szlamlnska, editors. DEVELOPMENT, GROWTH AND REARING 
OF FISH LARVAE IN RELATION OF CHANGING THE ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS: BASED ON A 
WORKSHOP AT THE VI th CONGRESS OF EUROPEAN ICHTHYOLOGISTS, BUDAPEST HUNGARY 15-19 
AUGUST 1988, WITH ADDITIONAL PAPERS ON EARLY DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES OF FISH. Pol. Arch. 
tfydrabiot. 3bH}:433-522. 1939. FR 40(4) 

Individual papers indexed in this issue of fisheries Rew'ew. 

Pwch, Karel, editor. SIXTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON REGULATED STREAMS/ CESKE . BUDEJOVICE, 
CZECH REPUBUC, 3-6 AUGUST 1 994. Regul. Rivers Res. & Manage. 1 0(2-4):69-391 .1 995. FR - 40(4) 

|Fac. BloU Univ. S. Bohemia & Inst. Bot., Czech Acad. Sci., Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic] Selected 
papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Sthtemer^M.ZalewsM and). E.Thorpe, editors. E IMPORTANCE ^^ 

FOR FRESHWATER FISH: RESULTS OF A MID-TERM MEETING OF FLIWE, HELD IN LUNZ, AUSTRIA, AUGUb I 

il-StPTEMBER 2, 1992. Hydroblohgia 303(1 -3); 1-264. 1995. FR 40(4) 

(Insl. Zoo!., Univ. Wien, Vienna, Austria] Individual papers indexed in this .ssue of fisheries Review. 



in , 1995 

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Schrarnm, Harold L,|r.and Robert C. Piper, editors. USES AND 



Individual papers and abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 



m1 m R Mr h 

', FEBRUARY 21-2J, 1991. CaJvesfon Bay Nail. Ls(uary Program Put/, GBNEP-6. 220p. )9JI. 

Selected papers indexed in (his issue of Fisheries Review, 

Swain, HilaryM., elal, coordinators. BIODIVERSITY OF THE INDIAN 
IN FORT PIERCE FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 15-16, ,994. Bull. Ma, S 



p-pcn , 

Tallis, Jolin H.; Hazel J. Norman and Richard A. Benton, editors INTELCOL 



, UNITED KINGDOM. 

Sc " 01 BioL sci - 



Thorpe, John, editor. FISH COMMUNITIES AND POPULATION 



n" iEl Ab ; a " 10Wi " ; Marlfn Alex '-" ldef ; Robert Arnold; Steven Aust; James Hunl- 






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AUTHOR INDEX 



K. 



S, 



'-008336 



Leonardo Andrei 



, 

15-008959 
;rna, R . 
15-0075 ^5 

fo ^s r n <lll 
15-007075 
:hi, Shinj 
>5-OD77o 
"Q07771 



DanleL 



J5-007160 
)5-007225 
M, A. 
95-007 75C 

95-00 a ASA 

95-OQSS26 

as, C. E. 
95-OO75f,6 
M, Colin C, 
95-OOBODO 
rss, Dotigias 
95-OOS358 
95-OOSftl!) 
ns, Peter 
95-GO9455 
.19, V . D. 



II. 



n5, VI ILlam J. 

95-OOSQ63 
lun , F ay nwmd 

95-OOQ236 
il-Ma&tikd, H. 

95-DOB760 
:lmaii , I . R. 

95-000142 
Lie, Alphonae 

95-OO9285 
Lard, R. D. 



95-OOS701 

ane , R . 
95-00851'- 

anas * ev . K.. I. 

95-007970 
arval , Chitra 

95-OOS9'i9 
copra , C. 

95-OO73" 
nese , Jcan-Ftancois 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Agnlaola , C. 
55-007761 
AiiosLinho, Augclo A. 

95 -0093 U 
AgosLinho, Angelo Autoulo 

95-008109 
Agrndi , E. 

95-00730d 
Aguilar-ManJacrez, J. 

95-007'.17 
Agnilar, N. M. 

95-0075'i7 
Ahmad, Javeod 

95-0075'i 8 
Ahne, W. 

95-008711 
Ahnelt, llnrald 

95-008762 
Alda, K. 

95-007670 

Atda, Katauml 

95-007550 

95-007551 

Ainsworth, A. J. 

95-008537 
Alraksinftii, S. 

95-007766 

Akamine, Tatsuro 

95-009256 

95-009560 

Akesson, Bcnijt 

95-008995 
Akstor, H. A. 
95-007D/.9 
AL-Gliaiy, S. H. 

95-00886'i 
Al-Hassan. t.- A. J. 

95-0083'i3 
Al-Hohamnadl, JaHBlm S. 

95-007270 
Al-Salili, M. J. 

95-007076 
Alban, Hownnl 

95-008123 

Albright, L. J. 

95-007896 

95-008828 

95-008B29 

Albro,' Phillip W. 

95-OOBB70 
Alcnraz, G. 

95-008865 
Aldegunde, H. 
95-007838 
Aldunate, Reljeca 

95-007'. 70 
Alehaandrov, Yu. V. 

95-008098 
Alexander, Charles B. 

95-007902 
Alexander, Howard C. 

95-008911 
Alexander, Martin 

95-008859 
Alexander, R. McN. 

95-007'.50 
Alhnma, J. 

95-OOBQ96 
All, Aliyaudln D. 

95-009415 
All, T. S. 

95-008343 

Allno, P. M. 

95-009520 

Allan, Geoff L. 

95-007240 



95 -0075'i5 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Allen, liob 

95-007379 
Allen, Ccrahl R. 

95-00831 (i 

93-QOfl37G 
Allen, Paul 

95-OOHH66 
Allcndnrf, Krcil W. 

95-009187 
Almaca. Carlo.? 

95-008377 

95-0090L5 
Alnaila, V, C. 

95-007509 
Almadfi, Vll.oi 1 C. 

95-008317 
Almeida Toledo, I. K, 

95-007933 
Almeida, Armando J, 

95-008:) 17 

95-0097 
Altjnan, YIK S. 

95-009239 
Altcinglitun, J . D. 

95-00751,3 
Alvarez, F. 

95-OOS622 
Alverscn, ftaytun L. 

95-009016 
Ainano, Masafuml 

95-007550 

95-007551 
Airaara, Hachld 

95-008276 
Anlard-TriqiitJt., C, 

95-008321 
Anor ,P. A . 

95-009571 
Ansnndseti, Pef-Arnc 

Q5-OOB1B1 
Andersen, R. J . 

95-008787 
Anderson, B. S. 

95-008867 
Anderson, l>. P. 

D5-007552 

95-007676 
Anderson, Donald M. 

95-009097 
Anderson, Douglas P. 

95-007136 

95-OOBA85 
Arirterson, Gacy 

95-007877 
Anderson, Henry A. 

95-008935 
Anderson, I an 



95-OD909B 
Anderson, Ronald D. 

95-008916 

95-008919 
Anderson, Stephanie J. 

95-007380 
Anderson, Todd W. 

95-0081B2 
Anderson, Trevor A. 

95-007321 
Anderson, W. G. 

95-007553 
Andersaon, Eliaahet 

95-007903 
Ando, Masaaki 

95-007864 
Andreasen, Linda L. 

95-00916D 



Andreoun, L. E. 

95-OOflOOl 
Andren, Anders W. 

95-008039 
Andres, M. D. 

95-007838 
And resell, Stclnar 

95-00945& 
Andrews, P. L. R. 

95-007554 

95-007S30 
Andriyaahev, A. P. 

95-008310 
Ang, K. J, 

95-0072fiB 
Anganuzzi, Alejtindro 

95-008169 
Angermeler, Paul L. 

95-008319 

95-008369 
Angui s , V . 

95-008036 
Ankley, Gerald T, 

05-008958 
Antclif fe, Bonnie 

95-0092'.0 
Anthony, Ann Maria 

95-U09017 
Anlhounrd, H. 

95-U07307 

95-007308 

95-007309 

95-007323 

95-0080'i3 
Antonio, D, B. 

95-008635 
Anulacion, II. F. 

95-008860 
Anzeiiriache rova , E . 

95-007555 
Aoki, T. 

95-008565 
Aokl, Takashl 

95-007904 

95-007948 

95-008542 
Aozasa, 0. 

95-008846 

95-008945 
Appclbaiun, Somuel 

95-007310 
Applcyard, G, 

95-007703 
Aral, Nobuakl 

95-007451 
Arakawa, C. K. 

95-008639 
Arakawa i Cindy K. 

95-008741 
Aralar, E. 

95-008960 
Arce, Steve H. 

95-009189 
Atculco, M. 

95-007260 
Ardelt, Thomas C. 

95-007556 

95-008763 
Acslla, Maxlnillicn 

95-008705 
Arena, Werner 

95-008066 
Argue, Brad J, 

95-007193 
Arias, Covadonga n. 

95-008487 



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A ff 1 1x1 1 o , M . 

95-008734 
ArkTi ipov. A. C. 



Aikush, K. H. 
95-OC1B61& 
ATI-MS 1'fintr, Frlda Msirla 



95-00880 

95-008H14 

-l) 1)8827 
An:*Mir, KemiGLh J . 

95-G07877 
Armstrong, Davlil A. 



rong, Janet. 1.. 



Armstrong, K. D. 
9=1-007077 

ArnJl, llaiiHRCiir 



Arii.il, IUjTinuy 

95-UOT3U 
Ari^csc-ii, ArtiR Ml kit I 

95-OOSlfll 
Arnoacn, J. A- 

95-OOSiiS9 
Arnolil, KfthEi't. 



Avoti^fion, LJ. 

9S-G07357 

Acura, Shnl I 



ArtTilii}[Um, Angcln IE. 
95-CIO'JOIfl 
r. 



Art Lire h A . P , 

95-OD945B 
Arvlv, Hoy 
9S-00707* 



, Havlii 



Assls, CarliiH A. 



ALlnnil, A. 

9. 1 !- (I OH 8 31 
A I rail i St.ovcn H. 

95-04M24.1 
Anbln, Antolnc 



Auctat, Celine 
9S-007HI31 

Aulcrlcli, H, J. 
95-008910 

Amid, A. 

95-007261 
95-007559 

Auce, J. 

95-009506 

AusL, Steven 
95-OOflB59 



Austin, B. 

95-008490 

95-008491 

95-OOB585 
Austin, ]). A. 

95-008491 
Avault, JaniGs W. , Jr. 

95-007078 
Awaiss, A. 

95-007312 
Awakura, Teruhiko 

95-OOB637 
AwaLuddin, Almnti Bt. 

95-007262 
Axclrod, Herbert II. 

95-007381 

Axclfliion, H. 

95-007560 

95-0076B5 

Axelsson, Michael 

95-007605 
Ayson, Felix G. 

95-007561 

Ayynppan, S. 

95-007365 

95-007315 

Aznar, Itoaa 

95-008487 
Aziuiia, Teruo 
95-009582 
Daanante, I. V. 

95-0077'i5 
Babaltik, J. A. 

95-008075 
llabaluk, John A. 

95-008289 
BabeiiKein, Mark 

95-008776 
Babiarss, Chclstopher L. 

95-OOB639 
ilach, Leslie B, 

93-009583 
Bachen, Bruce A. 

95-009161 
llacklel, Tadcusz 

95-007194 
Bacon, J. Richard 

95-007432 
Bfido, J. C. 

93-007079 
Bncr, Charles F. 

95-008002 
llagclii, M. H. 
93-008837 
Baguet, F. 

93-007803 
llai, S. C. 

.95-007562 
Bailey, J. Franklin 

95-008704 
Bailey, Haritza E. 

95-008852 
Daird, D. 

95-009434 

Baird, D. J. 

95-008201 

Baird, Donald J. 

95-007102 

95-OOB9B7 

Dakal, R. S. 

95-007563 

95-007610 

Bakal, Robert S. 

95-008435 

95-008869 

Baker, C. R. 

95-00852B 



FR 40(4) 



211 



1993 



AUTHOR INDKX 



Baker, K. P. 

95-007586 
Baker, .lolin A. 

95-00606? 
D^ker, Michael C. 

95-007195 
Baker, H, I,. 

95-OQ8IH7 
Raker, R. T. H. 

95-007313 
Raker, Robert L. 

95-008185 
Bakes, Michael J. 

95-007564 
Eiikker, 'Hi en C. H, 

95-OOH003 
Bakova, C. G. 

95-U()92'i2 
Bakuwol, P. 

95-OG785S 
Bala, S, 

95-007531 
Balad-on, S. B. 

95-007271 
Ralanov, A. A, 

95-QQ8186 

95-OU8379 
nalasvibrarowlan, S. 

95-008972 
Baldwin, Jason Marc 

95-009130 

Bales, Wesley D, 

95-007779 
Baleatrini, Raffaella 

95-008885 
Balfry, S. K. 

95-008492 
Ballnt, T. 

95-008996 
Balirwa, J, S. 

95-009286 
Ball, S. L. 

95-008187 
Ball, Shelley L. 

93-008185 
Ball, Shelley Lynne 

95-008188 
Balladaras, R. 

95-007190 
Ballantyne, C, L. 

95-OOBOOB 
Ballantyne, J. S. 

95-007717 
Balra, P. H. M. 

95-007565 

95-008965 
Baluent., R. J, 

95-007696 

95-007856 

95-007874 
Balraent, Richard J. 

95-D07877 
Balogun, A. H. 

95-007314 
Baloni, Shlv Prasad 

95-008106 
Balshine-Earn, Sigal 

95-OOS004 
Ban, Naaatoshi 

95-007139 

95-007315 

95-007566 
Banarescu, Petru H, 

95-009313 



Ilanbiira, Jerzy 
95-009433 

Band in, I. 
95 -00 8589 
95-008743 

Danerjec, K. K. 
95-007196 

Banes, M, H, 
95-006973 

Bands i N. 

95-007567 
95-007732 

Bar/an, Philippe 
95-009090 

tlaraa, K. 
95-007228 
95- 007'. 19 



Barata, Eduardo H, 

95-008317 
Barber, Witlnrd E. 

95-008S32 
DarLbcau, S. D. 



flarja, J. L. 
95-008519 
95-000586 
95-008609 
95-008713 

Barker, G. A. 
95-00 a/i 19 

Barker, S. A. 
95-OOB't82 

Barlaup, B. T. 



Darlaup, Djom T. 

95-009L72 
Borlough, J. K. 

95-0086.30 
Barlow, C. 

95-007373 
liarnoa, Michael K, 

95- 0071 40 
Barnes, It, K, K. 

95-009428 
Baroiller, J. F. 

95-009580 
flarrlga, C. 

95-007597 
Bnrrionuevo , W, H. 

95-007568 
Barren, Mace G. 

95-008S70 
Bari-os, Nello D. 

95-009429 
Barrows, Edward M. 

95-008005 
Barry, Terence p. 

95-00756!> 
Barsa, William H. 

95-OOB333 
Bartel, Ryss-.ard 

95-008155 
Dartols, Andrew D. 

95-009316 
flarth, T. 
95-007555 
95-007609 
Barthel, Linda K, 

95-007517 
Barthelerny, Lucieu 

95-007819 
BarthoLomaw, J. L. 

95-908639 

Earth ova, J. 

95-007555 



Ffi 40(4) 



212 



1*1 



AUTHOR INDEX 



...COSTIKUELI. .. 
Burthavn. J. 

95-0076&9 
JaiLlcy, [Invlii M. 

9S-007U+1 

9 5- DO 7000 
Barns i Vl.iist.iinl 1 



95-0069*6 



, ME| , 



1,. 



95-OOBIJ06 
iS, Awl r CM H. 
91-007^07 
95-0079 H7 
slrtipi ftEil r 

9!i-oim>tiR 



to MI, T. K- 

iu? 
. n. 
'Jf*0 
s, W. N. 



tni'lu, V, I. 

95- 01)727 f! 
ucft, fJ. 

95 -007 HI 3 

llllln, If'. l.ilU 



li.ni vl IIP in i , C. 
11-007007 
Hsxtor, tlliarlos It. 

<J5-QIK)'t55 
Hayclnlinov, A.- 1'. 



Raylltf , Ullllani H, 

)'j-on 11692 
friiyne., llavitl B. 



Hral, Jeffrey I. . 

95-n9H[> 
DoAncailfi rf fti' ( Rnymonil C, P. 

- F. V. II. 



Ucrkloy, I- . K. 



R, 



91-C07S37 
Bccr.litiif,, S. C- 

45-GOHGO/ 
Dceman, Jolin W. 

95 - 007 1 'i 2 
beers, Cody 



Ilcgoul , M. I. . 

95-007311J 
llngiun, fJlionsia 

9. l i-OHB672 
Gaitinger, T. L. 

95-OOOB73 
DeltLitgct, Thomaa L. 

95-009561 
Qaja, Pedro 

95-000060 
acklioglu, Herycm 

95 -00 7 '.4 5 



Belaud, Kcnnctli F. 

95-009229 
Bclanger, Denlsc 

95-009133 
Belaud, Alain 

95-009099 
Dclcau, Marshall H. 

95-007/.5'. 

95-0080&8 



Bulk, M. C. 

95-008275 
Bell, Bruce H. 

95-009571 
Hell, C. 

95-007645 

Hell, Michael A. 

95-007934 

95-008069 

95-008070 

95-008300 

Ballanger i Chris tclle 

95-008876 

llelle, Sebastian 

95-007302 

95-007599 

ncllemd, B. L. 

95-008641 

95-008642 

Bolosevic, H. 

95-007873 

Belova, H. V. 

95-009119 

Benech, Vincent 

95-009317 
Benetti, D. D. 

95-007570 
llengtson, D. A. 

95-007456 
Bengtsoni David A. 

95-008190 
Bunhamou, Simon 

95-009243 
Bermanl, Sanaa 

95-007725 
Bennett, A. J. 

95-008515 
Bennett, W. A. 

95-008873 
Bennett, Wayne A. 

95-009561 
Bennett, William A. 

95-009430 
Benoit, Janina M. 

95-008839 
Ben ton, H. J. 

95-008381 
Ben ton, Uichard A. 

95-009087 
Benz, G. W. 

95-008765 
Beran, George W, 

95-OOB421 
Beresford, Donna L. 

95-008B74 
Berg, Martin B. 

95-009365 
Berg, Toril 

95-007163 

Bergeron, P. 

95-008189 

Bergeraen, Eric 

95-008361 

95-009612 



AUTHOR INDEX 




E.srg*r;ii1. Oiltl Aksel 



Berlin, K. Da r re 11 

95-OOHS50 
Bern, II. A. 

9 5 -00 765 9 

95-007823 
Bern, ItDvard A. 



Bcrni. 1'. 

95-008612 
Bcrnlnger. K. 

95-008875 
Herovldes, Vicente 

95-009318 
lierrebi, P. 

95-006403 
Be r th UIKV.C , Lauren L 

!)5-008705 
Berti, R. 

95-008159 
fiorlolini, J, H, 

95-008494 
Be r Iran, Douglas F. 

95-009218 
Enr^Eenyi, Galior 

9S- 006041 
Dcsscau, Laurence 



s, E. 



Rest. 0. A. 

95-006910 
Bettoti, Phillip W. 

15-008282 
Beverlilge, H, C. M. 

95-007080 

95-007119 

95-007196 

95-OQ732<. 

95-008201 
BBveridge, Halcolm C. H. 

95-007102 
fleverley-Burion, M. 

95-008766 
Bhagat, H. J. 

95-008276 
Bhamtart, B. s. 

95-008277 
Bhaunlk, lltpal 

95-007199 
EMkajee, H. 

95-009101 
Blddinger, Gregory R, 

95-QOS863 
Bleniarz. Krzysztof 

95-007571 

55-007572 

95-0076(10 
BUring, E. 



95-008695 

, Russell C. 
95-009121 
Bljvehls, Marcel J. C 
95-007573 



UiU.ird, R. 

95-007300 
liillarii, Roland 

95-0075/1 

95-007591 
Itirtlsong, Ray S. 

95-0083B2 
Biro, Peter 

95-009312 
Blron, Michel 

95-QQ19QQ 
Bis, Jl. 

95-009412 
Bisazza, A. 

95-007901 
Blsanaa, Augelo 



Blsbal, G. A. 
95-G07456 
Bisbal , Gustavo A. 

95-008190 
Blaht, fi. S, 
95-008628 
Bjerring, liana C. 

95-007457 
BJorilnl , Asniund 

95-0087167 
Bjorklund, H. 

95-000715 
Bjorklund , H. V. 

95-00868'! 
Bjornsclottlr, R. 

95-009196 
Blachuta, Jan 

95-009319 
Black, BeeDee 

95-009423 
Black, Geoff 
95-008140 
Black, K. 

95-007286 
Black, K. D. 
95-008833 
Black, Melissa 

95-007909 
Black, Michael 

95-009504 
Blackburn, J. M. 

95-00865Q 
Blackburn, N. T, 

93-OOB497 

Blackwell, Hrian G. 
95-008191 
95-OOS27B 
Blair, James H. 

95-007779 
Blalae, C. 

95-OD8905 
Blaise, Cliristlan 

95-008906 
Blake, 3. 
95-008685 
95-000736 
Blakasley, Barbara A. 



BlancheLon, J, P. 

95-007269 
Blancheton , Jean-Taul 

95-007263 
Blandon, Ivonne R, 

95-0091B3 

95-009213 
Blankenshlp, H, Lee 

95-009162 
Blaylock, Bonnie P, 

'95-009001 



214 



AUTIIOH INDEX 




linki'iiy , Knvi'H 

ft tittttii'i't 
Eoll van, Hii. K 



olull, lll'illl M. 



loon, Jan I*. 
^5-006908 

iiooB, Susannc 
"35 - 



FB 



ISaoLh, Anthony J , 

93-OQ7'iGO 
BooHand, L. M. 

95-008f)86 
Boo l.oii, Gregory 

95-007909 
Bool.on, Gregory C. 

95-007955 
Uorger, R. 

95-00757!> 
HotgaLefiilc, F. H. M. 

95-008779 
Borja, A. 

95-0070B2 
Borodullna, 0. D. 

95-008'i06 
Bovovskiiya, G. A. 

95-0077'.2 
Borrf'back, IJ. 
95-007576 
Dorucinska, J . 

93-008765 

llosnkowski, Thomas 
95-007175 
95-007191 

BOHt.OCk, J. 

95-007083 
Bouchard, Marie-Cliiintal 

95-008192 
Douchcr, P. 

95-008687 
lloudewijn. Tlieo J. 

95-009290 
Bougoussa, Muriel 

95-007571 
Boulx, G. 

55-007809 

Boiijarcl, Thierry 

95-007317 

93-007318 

Bourniaud, C. A. F. 

95-007809 
lloutllier, R. G. 

95-007637 
Itouvct, V. 

95-007910 
Bouwes, Nicolaas W., Jr. 

95-008359 
Bowclen, T. J. 
95-008502 
Elowennaii, W. W. 

95-008910 
nowie, A. J. 
95-009127 
Bowles, Edward C. 

95-009163 
Bowman, James R- 

95-007084 
Bowne, Patricia S. 

05-008383 

Bowser, P. R- 

95-008688 

Dowser, Paul R. 

95-008422 

93-008702 

95-008707 

Box tucker, Jeff 

95-009175 

Boyd, Claude E. 

95-007085 

95-007243 

95-007245 

95-007U9 

95-007420 

Boyos, Kimberly 

95-007911 



215 



1995 



AUTHOU INDEX 



Boyle, C. R. 

95- 0096ftl 
Boyle, R. 

95-007796 
Drab rand, A. 

95-008193 
Bracken, Barry E, 

95-008333 
Bradford. Rodney (!. 

95-008156 
Bradstiaw, C. 

95-007468 
B ralim , J . 

95-007078 
Braincrd, Elizabeth !., 

95-C0754G 
Branchaurt, A. 

95-008977 
Brancker, W. H. 

95-007303 

95-007561 
Brandenburg, Alan 

95-00916H 
Brandt, Stephen !t. 

95-008216 
Brandt, Thomas H. 

95-009611 
Brannan, Elobert G. 

95-007220 
Branrias, Evn 

95-008071 
Branson, Branley Allan 

95-007383 
Branson, E. 

95-007303 
Branson, E. J. 

95-007541 
flranstetter, Steven 

95-009462 
Brattegard, Torlciv 

95-008363 
arattgjerd, A. 

95-008500 
Brauner, C. J. 

95-007577 

95-008008 
Brechin, J. 

95-007666 
Brecka, Brian J. 

95-007319 
Brecrnan h A. M. 

95-00831^ 
Broil, Pascal 

95-009323 
Breininger, David tt. 

. 95- 009450 
Brerale, Cud run 

95-Q08B77 
Bremner, Allan 

115-0095*5 
Brennan, Nathan P. 

95-009189 
Breton, Bernard 

95-007571 

95-007793 
Bcetschko, C. 

95-009320 
BceuiL, G. 

95-007809 
Bclcknell, I, 

95-ODB515 
Brickncll, I, R. 



. . .CONTINUED. . 
Bridges, C. R. 

95-007042 
Brill, R. W. 

95-007570 
Brinkmeyerr, R- 

95-007320 
flrlstow, G. A. 

95-008664 
flrisi, Francisco ,1- 



93-006502 

Bridges, C. R. 

95-007578 



L. 



Brock, J. A. 
95-008750 
Brocklebnnk , John R . 

95-008503 
Uroderius, Steven J. 

95-008S7B 
Brokken, E, S. 

95-OOH575 
Drokkcn, L, 

95-007821 
Bromage, Niall 

95-0070H6 
Bromley, Peter J. 

95-009563 
Broiimark, C. 

95-008110 
Bronzi, P. 

95-007306 

95-007588 
Brooks, J. H. 

95-009011 
Brooks, James M. 

95-008834 

95-008849 
Brooks, Janet A. 

95-008994 
Brooks, Robert 

95-008009 
Brouha, Paul 

95-009019 
Broussard, M. 

95-009070 
Broils sard, M, C, 

95-007087 
Dvovtsyna , Nina R . 

95-007898 
Brown, Andrew J. I.eigli 

95-007943 
Brown, Daniel R. 

95-007143 

95-008504 
Brown, Donald H. 

95-008993 
Brown, Gayle 

95-007978 
Brown, George G. 

95-007200 
Brown, Grant E. 

95-008012 
Brown, J. A. 

95-008879 
Brown, L. L. 

95-008505 
Brown, Luther 

95-008160 
Brown i Lydla A. 

95-007579 
Brown, Michael L. 

95-008278 

95-008300 
Brown, P. U. 

95-007354 
Brown, William J. 

95-008321 

Bruchhof, B. 

95-008697 



40(4) 



216 



AUTIKW IN1JEX 



95-DOS114 
BrwiWMgo, Ma LI hew J. 

95-[J93B4 
Biuiio. llnvitl W. 

05-008645 
Gruniy, Joinitl'cr l.o 

55-OU7201 



, M. II. 



'J5-00918G 



Iiu-liiiiiLin, TK V. 

95-007151 
DLCko, D. 

9S-007'i6t 
Bm:k |py, A.- A, 
lK.7 
, I.. !> 

ii'ifi 

BiiBflOVi Vlr.l.oi' K. 



Huge tt., K. M. 

9!i-C]U7<)12 
ftuimin, I 3 . A. 

gri-ii04!iOf> 

Hulnk, -laiiics 



S. 
hovo, I.- S. 

-m].*)?/! 

s, iUiliiM-L, A. 
-iinT. r ifiii 
.'k, C. 



95-OOH77H 

Fllon , T. K. 



llnrgoss, P. ,1. 
9 r .-(IOfKifi:i 

luiraeNfi, Warrisn K. 



BiifBRi"* 1 ". Warren W. 

93-0073111 
Ihirkutl, Holi.!i-l 



Hiirktiniil, Lawrence I 1 . 

QS-fioaaiU 

liirl lnRhani-.lolinsn, AJny 



riiftt-l, K. G. 
95-QU7732 



95-OOBOOO 

ISiirnliam h Tom Ij. 

95-OOQ507 



Ducvown, Michael T. 

95-008010 
Bursian, S. J. 

95-000910 
Burton, M. P. H. 

95-007502 
Burton, Tainara H. 

95-008652 
Bury, N. H. 

95-008883 
llusack, C. A. 
93-007912 
Dusack, Craig A. 

Q5-D07914 
llusby, Derfik S. 

95-009'.50 

Busch, it. A. 

95-000^23 

95-008579 

Hush, B. 

95-OOB901 
ilutn, Harko 

95-009'.23 
Butakov, Ye. A. 

95-008385 

Buth, Donald G. 

95-007915 

95-007916 

IHitler, D. G. 

95-007583 

Butler, John L. 



W. 



Hutterwortli, Peter 

95-007931 
Buxton, Colin D. 

95-007460 
Buynak, Gerard L. 
95-008124 
93-009164 
Bylin, V. I. 
95-009523 
Byrne, P. J. 
95-007729 
95-008665 
Byun, Dae-Seok 
95-007663 
95-007603 
Cabo Bravo, Carmen 

95-008507 
Calio, C. 

93-008359 
Cabreta-Febola, 

93-008195 
Cacal, S. H. 
93-008819 
Cnceci, T. 

35-007837 
Caccci, Thomas 

95-007527 
Catliou, Yvon 
95-008876 
Caini, H. 

95-0085 '.4 
Cahu, G. L. 

95-007584 
Caillere, Louis 

95-008165 
Calra, J. N. 
95-008765 
Caithness, Neil 

95-008009 
Caldwell, Colleen A. 

95-008508 
Calle, Paul P. 

95-008689 

Callender, M. G. 

95-007782 



217 



AUTHOR INDEX 








c s 

' 



Ccirvallio, G. 

95-009022 

Casey, J. G, 

95-OOS765 

Casey, J. W. 

55-DD8GB8 

Casey, James H. 

55-OOS707 
Cashner, R- C. 

95-000092 
Casillas, E. 
95-008'iflD 
Cassaiii , John R. 

05-0091615 
Casselman, John M. 

95-009326 

CasLejon, C. 

95-007567 

95-007752 

Castle, P. H. J. 

95-008386 
Castro, Bernardino fi 

95-008252 
Castro, .lose 
95 - 00 74 66 
Caswell-Reno, P. 

95- 000465 
Caswell-Reno, P. A. 

95-008742 
Catalan, V. 

95-007190 
Catatdi, E. 

95-0-07538 
CatflLdl, Euiilla 

95-00746,1 

Cataudella, S. 

95-00726'i 

95-0075Sa 

95-OOS153 

CataudeLla, Stafaiio 

95-007465 
Gates, Brian C. 

95-007177 
Cathcort, H. 
95-00863'! 
Cattani, 0. 

95-007587 
Caughley, Graejiie 

95-009023 
Cavender, Ted 

95-007955 
Ccccaeelli, R . 

95-007265 
Cecclilni, S, 
95-008612 
Cech, Joseph J . , Jr. 

95-00773Q 
Cepeda, C. 

95-008743 
C&ronlo, A. D. 

95-007202 
Cerra, H. c. 
95-007589 
Cerri, D. 

95-008612 
CesancJt, William E. 

95-009015 
Ceschla, G. 

95-0&951/I 
Cha, Seong Sig 

93-009355 
Chacko, A, Jim 

95-000624 

Chacon-Torres, Acturo 
95-009167 
95-009310 



218 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Chahal, K. K. 

93-007171 
Cha ir, Mohammed 

95-00&M1 



M, H. 



95-007203 
Chakrabort.1, N, 

95-007295 
ChakraliorLl, I>, 

95-OOQ213 
Chanie, S. 

95-OOflSBG 
Chan, S.-I., 

95-01)3956 
Chanillnr , Mark 

95-00790'J 



93-0079<K> 

Chandler, Murk I). 
93-007517 

Cliandmbose, 11. 

95-00721(1 
Chan, Ching-Fiing 

95-0075'JO 
Chang, Chung- Soon 

55-007951 
Cliang, Ifui-Yiin 

95-0079.1S 
Chang, X.-ll, 



Ctinnncsliappn, K. T. 

95-007446 
Chiinl.aiiwaiiBi Somclial 

55-1)08572 
Chan, T. M. 

95-0117718 
Cllap<niili, A. 

35-OUB322 



Cliapniiin , F'ntnk A. 

95 -OURS (id 
Chiirloci, NlcolQ 

95-007197 
r.hiirnovl IK , lit.cvft 

95-009025 
th^riols, II. 

95-0070M 

95 - 1)072 fiQ 
Chnsc., Krlalcn I.. 

g-i- 007910 



S. A. 



LhEiiiorJcc, J. <). 

95-007J99 
Clint l.ci|i!i liyay, (J, N. 

05-00921:1 
Chanitliiir! , K. S. 

95-009251 
Chauvand , LunrctH. 

95-007S9L 
Chavez-Ramos, H limbo r to 

95-OOFU26 
Chaatil , Ann 

95-OOS953 
Chonli, S, H. 

95-007248 
Chebanov, N. A. 



Chclazai, 1,, 

95-000159 
Chen fJuanzliEi) 

95-007723 
Chen, C. T. 

95-OOB153 
Chen, C.-T. 

95-007952 
Chen, Chc-Tsung 

95-007918 



Chebotnrcva, Marina A. 
95-007898 



Chen, Cliili-Cheng 

95-OOfl709 
Chan, .Jciiu P. 

95-008387 
Chan, S.-J. 

95-0086Qfi 
Chen, T. T. 

95-007823 
Chen , Yong 

95-OOB2B1 
Cticng Shiilping 

93-0090U 
Chenawcth, Daniel L. 

95-008327 
Cheniova, N. V. 

95-008318 
Cheasor, Ronald K. 

95-0089'J'i 
Cheuiifj , Paul 

95-OOB424 

95-008425 
Chevrc, E. 

95-007323 
Chevrcull, Marc 

95-008887 
Cliiba, A. 

95-007533 
Chien, M. S. 

95-OOB616 
Chiller, Oavld 

95-0076'.! 
Chlotti, Tliomas 

95-008776 
Chlppari, A. 

95-007753 
Chin, S. F. 

95-007304 
Chivcrs, D. P. 

95-008011 
Chive ITS, Douglas P. 

95-008012 
Chmilevskly, D. A. 

95-007592 
Clio, Young-Je 

93-007377 
Choi , Byeong-Dae 

95-007093 
Choi, H. S. 

95-007674 
Choi, Hoon-Sul 

95-008B88 
Choi, Sang-Duk 

95-008770 
Choi , Young- Joon 

95-007377 

95-007693 
Cliol, Youn 

93-008397 
Cliou, B. R. 

95-007762 
Chou, Hain-Yiu 

95-007590 
Chou, R. 

95-007718 
Choubert, G. 

95-007144 



FR 4 



219 



1995 



AUTHOR IHDEX 



95-007371 

95-0(17421 
ChoilJhui'i , J. 

95-0078'iO 
Ctioutihuri i J- V. 

95-00775't 
Choudhury, H. 

95-009131 
Choudhury, M.ihadev 

95-008085 
Chowdhury, H. B. H. 

95-008512 
Christensen, Brian 

95-009237 
Chrlstenscn, Hikkel S. 

95-007069 
Chrlstensen, Peter J. 

95-009238 
Christiansen, J. S. 

95-008909 
Christiansen, R. 

95-007593 
Christie, K. E. 

95-008690 

95-008706 
Chrlstophersen, B, 

95-007576 
Chu, Fu-Un E. 

95-007594 
Chunng, Jel-Cheng 

95-007361 
Chung, C. D. 

95-008*47 
Chung, Cheng-Dar 

95-008551 

95-008552 

Chung, K. C. 

95-00788(1 
Chung, K. s. 

95-007595 
Chung, Kyung S. 

95-008013 
Chung, Yong-Jin 

95-00763H 
Ciecotli, E. 

95-OD7588 

95-008158 
Clccotti, Eleonora 

95-0071165 
Ciembor, P. C. 

95-008513 
Cincotta, D. A. 

95-008327 

95-009026 
Cincotta, Dan A. 

95-0083^ 
Ciprlann, Rocco C. 

95-008530 

95-008893 
Cisncrcs-Mata, Miguel A. 

95-009595 
Cisnoroa, Miguel A. 

95-009596 
Ciuchlnl, F. 

95-008514 
Claramunt q., Gabriel 

95-008126 
Claramunt, Gabriel 

95-008131 
Clarldge, Michael F. 

95-009027 
Clack, D. 

95-007109 
Clark, Eugenic 

95-007466 



Clark, J. 

95-008(157 
Clark, John II. 

95-009062 
Clark, Julia A. 

95-007256 

95-0073'i7 
Clark, Kerry B. 

95-009'.5[I 
Clark, Kevin 

95-007240 
Clarke, Dave 

95-00738/1 
Clarke, H. ElizaljcM 

95-007817 
Clarkson, Robert W. 

9r>- (109597 

95-00959H 
Clnussen, Julie K. 

95-007975 
Claws on, Joseph A. 

95-007f)HO 
Clem, L. W. 

95 -00 7 71, 6 

95 -00,8623 
Clemons, F.. 

95-00(1488 
Cleniighnn, C. 

95-009327 
Cleveland, Tim A, 



Clocclilntti, S. 

95-0072611 
Coates, Michael 1. 

95-007920 
Coehran, I'hlllp A. 

95-009370 
Cockram, C. S. 

95-007596 
Codd, G. A. 

95-OOBB83 
Coelho, H. M. 

95-007921 

95-00932S 
Coeurdacier, J , L. 

95-007809 
Cole, K. S. 

95-OOB127 
Colo, Sam 

95-009075 
Co Ionian, G, 

95-008513 
Coletti, Ted 

95-007385 
Colin, P. L. 

95-0081 '.5 
Collarca-Pertilrn, M. .1 . 

95-00932B 
CollareB-Porclra, Marlf* 

95-OOQ2B5 
Collnaos, H. E. 

95-007597 
Collier, T, K. 

95-008868 
Collier, Tracy K. 

95-OOS993 
Collins, Joseph T. 

95-008328 
Collins, I, A, 

95-OOB516 

95-008517 
Collina, Mark R. 

95-009151 
Collins, Richard 0. 

93-OOB645 
Colmorgon, Hichaal 

95-007598 



FR 40(4) 



220 



AUTIIOli INDEX 



ColonibJcii. I. 

95-QOC150 
return, Unhurt. !. 

95- Dims:! 
Combs, G. F. 

95-OOH77!) 
Cotntols, Vvrs 



CoLljiilulnil , J, 
Q!i-HGH.fi'H 
Con loii, -I . Mldiatil 



Connor, Rii'tmril C. 
95- nono? 3 

Con rail, -Ion M. 



Conic, Frail K- 

9^-OH7:>:il 
l',oii,t. reras-H. , Sill 

95-ooyioa 
QinLrcrna , .1. 

<IS-<K)t!<i:H 
Cuni rcrfln , .1. M . 

iJi-ntiBf.fi 'i 
Cunk v A. 



Cciuki Siis;in II. 

flS-oo'Mrid 

Conhn, -f llll 

gi-nugn^'j 

ETotlpiif, 1 1 . H. 



CUO|,K> r , Jnhu 

'JS-ClGWad 
Coti|>i>l-, Keith H. 



rHi|ior, It. K. 
grj-iioin 111 

9S-mift.')5'i 
(.!cui|K<r , llt>lici" 



Lu 



, TlkoiiuiH Wnuley 
tl. 



K. 



Corim, <',r 



Cort, T. 

'>-i-on 

Corlcai, I', 



Cosaon, J. 

95-007300 
Cojtson, Jacky 

95-007391 
CoflBon, ft. P. 



CoHl.a-l'ieuco, Biirry A. 

93-007^16 
CosUillo, M. J. 

95-007171 



Cot.a Mc/a, Maria Soleclad 

95-007fi67 
Col-tell, 1). 

95-007757 
Cot.Lrcll , Klfliy D. 

95-009 16B 
Couch, J. A. 

95-008091 
CoullUird, Cnthcrlnc M. 

93-OOB835 

<J5-009133 
Coujmr, Dacljarn E. H. 

95-OOH701 
Ciiurl.oiiay, WnlUor R,, .Ir. 

95-009169 

CllVON , D. 

95-007267 

95-007'. 29 
Cowen, I'ct.nr 

95-007300 
Cowx , Ian fi . 

95-00807't 
Cox, M. 

95-007794 
tlox, Mike 

95-00779 r j 
(IraliLriH!, Roy 



Cracraf L, Joel 

95-0090ZB 
Craig, .T. F. 
95-000075 
tli-aml), G. 

95-007733 
Cramh, Gordon 

93-007922 
Crane, M. S. 

95-OOB692. 
Cravcdi, J. I'. 

95-007336 
Crawford, Drew 1.. 

95-008111 

90-008120 
Crawford, Uabort A. 

93-008550 
Crawford, Robert J. M. 

95-OOH19G 
Crcpoau, Helcne 

95-009275 
Cresswall, Frances P. 

93-009f>05 
Grim, L. W. 

95-0011062 
Cripps, Simon J. 

95-0071'i5 
Cross, Dcvorly A. 

95-006111 
Cross, Frank B. 

95-008328 
Cross, Gerald II. 

95-00906A 
Cross, T. 

95-007329 

95-007338 
Crowley, L. E. L. H. 

95-007520 
Crozier, H, W. 

95-009331 
Crumpton, Joe E. 

95-009177 



FH '(0(4) 



221 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



f'.i-utehf ield, .John II. , Jr. 

9!i-009170 
Cruz-NiHO, A. P. 

95-007601 
Csrinyl, Vllcios 

95-OOB041 
i:*;w;is, tmro 

95-007205 
Cutilenaerc, J. 

95-007549 
CulverhnubD, Philip F. 

95-01)9573 
Cumlngs, Earle V, 

95-009332 
Qirran, Gary A. 

95-007517 

Currens, Kenneth P. 

95-0079U 
Currle, David J. 

95-008974 
Curtin, ti. A. 

90-007737 
Cutler, Christopher P. 

95-007922 
Cuirln, .1. H. 

95-008519 
Czarna, Zofia 

95-0089/,7 
D'Silva, A. H. 

95-007^22 
D'Sllva, Aeclo Houra 

95-007206 
da Costa, 0. T. F. 

95-007865 
Dabrousfca, Henry ka 

95-009008 

95-009009 
Dabrowskl, Koiirad 

95-007350 
Dabrovski, Roman 

95-007146 
Dadsvell, Michael J. 

95-006097 
Dahlberg, Michael 

95-009234 
Dahlln, Katherlne A. 

95-009455 
Daigle, Caetan 

95-009275 
Dalsgaard, I. 

95-008520 

95-008521 
Dalsgaard, Inger 

95-008536 

Darasgard, Borge 

95-008181 
Daniels, Christopher B. 

95-007602 

95-007603 
Dnnitowicz, Bret S. 

95-008034 
Canton, K. 

95-008703 
Dantzker, Hare 

95-OOH002 
Das, B. K. 

95-008892 
Das, K. H. 

95-007483 
Das, H. K. 

95-008426 

95-008646 

95-008773 
Das, P. B. 

95-008426 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Das, P. D. 

95 -0004.5 6 
Una, H, K. 

95-009235 
Dass, S. H. 

95-007076 

liatta, N. C. 

95-008653 

95-008777 

Daulia, Francis 

95-009099 
Davenptirt , J . 

95-007400 

Davciipntrt , .Jolui 

95-0080X6 

95-000431 

David, Andrew W. 

95-007469 

95-009567 

David, lihlan 

95- 00903. U 

Davids , Gees 

95-009937 

Davidson, G. A. 

95-OOB301 
Davlcs, Melissa [,. I 1 . 

95-007604 
Davles, S. J. 

95-007313 
Davis, Jane 

95-007550 
Davis, Kcniielli D. 

95-007211 
Davis, N. W. 
95-007775 
Davis, Handall Z. 

95-008112 
Davis, S, W. 
95-OOH6' t 7 
Davis, Tamara F. 



Davis, Wllliari P. 
95-OOH329 
95-009451 
Davison, H. 
95-007560 
95-0076H5 
Dnvlson, William 

95-007605 
Dawc, D. 

95-008513 
Dawe, S. C. 

95-008658 
Dawson, Ci. A. 

95-008910 
Dawson, Vcrdel K. 

95-0071SO 
Day, K. R. 

95-OOa270 
Day, Robert A. 

95-009/150 
de Alneida-Vai, V. M. K, 

95-007606 

95-007865 
De Boeck, G. 

95-007*07 

95-007608 
de Castro, Fable 

95-009461 
do Ciachomski, Janinn D. 

95-008177 
De Domlnis, S, 

95-000514 
De Dominls, Stcfano 

95-008522 
De Froese, Dunne E. 

93-009132 



FR 40(4) 



322 



AUTIIOK INDEX 




Or l,,i IViiii I'lililus, l.uls Kolmiil" 
JP 1,,1,-liU'n lUni I I l;i, l-'r.inrl HCII 



lie [illvli'ii, Kill V. 

'r>-<Hm:uv 

Hi' Sllv.H .Si'llil S. 

n-<M~ny.\ 

Ac Vrlivi, ]l. A. 

r>-mw: 
DC, II. K. 



Ul'DI'till, YVI!M 

w-(m;*iJ5 

l)i>lin1nil , I'. V. 



luir, M. 
9S-OOH779 
iiccmt-R, Marc 



Dl'lllil r(! , Diivlll l,(!t)l 



Dl'IIKM'.S i I 1 ', 



DiHiiHoii, Nli'-liiii>l H. 

93-00895(1 
DuniilM, Clyilis W. 

').')- DOOM If) 
I)iml, 1*. M. 

95-007610 
Onimls, 1'iiLrlda H. 

'J3-008629 
DiMi.iliiw, Nnni:y 1), 



])(>HHIIHII'(; , Clirlsl. 1 no 
<J5-00(152:i 
<J5-008(1')3 



iialH!, Hub 
(J5-007'J9J 
npiH'i 1 ; i 1). 

<J3-OOV22H 

HNiir, S, S. 



n<>vi;Ha, S. 

<J!)-<HWfiO<J 
|}i>Vi-lon, A. I. 

'JS-007611 

93-007810 
lliiVriHH, Unnn 

93-009KIO 
Di'wan, ii , 

9S-00719B 
Downr. II. 



95-00770'J 
UflWLtl, Kobci-t 

95-009*23 
Hoy, K. (' 

95-00(1712 
DRnlnuulKC, Y. Y. 

95-OOR077 

95-ooaaao 

DRC!lntniI/.e, Yuclj Yu 



M-00(l r >ll 



1)1 1 1! i ulii p , Tonzl 
'J5-0070B5 

Dhi lion, A. K. 
93-007*71 

Di IllLutto, M. 
95-007265 
95-007715 

Di Mnrco, P. 
9S-007588 

DI Santo, 0. 
95-007586 



VR 



223 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



DiananL, A. 

93-007821 

Diamond, Stephen A. 
95-008894 
95-008895 
Dia? do Astarloa, J. M. 

95-007-472 
Diaz Diaz, Osi-ar 

95-008173 
Dlaz-Mewlo!!, F, M. 

Q5-008S96 
Diaz, Marilyn 

95-007925 
Diaz, Nelson K. 

95-OOS129 
niBitcLto, H, 
95-007288 
DiCcnzo, Victor J. 

95-000282 
Dirk, Caroline Jacinla 

95-009103 

Dickhoff, Walton W. 
95-007148 
95-007755 
Dickson, K. A. 

95-007186 
Diederen, J, H. B. 

95-007821 

Ulehl, Sebastian 

95-008202 

95-009289 

Dietrich, Daniel H. 

95-008979 
Diggles, D. K. 

95-008648 
Dlggs, Daniel H. 

95-007177 
Digtitnan, D. A. 

95-007973 
Dljkstra, Lucette 

95-007926 
Dlkov, Tzvetan 

95-009337 
Dilworth-Christine, Pamela H. 

95-008203 
Oiraa, E. 

95-007115 
Dinneen, Pat. 
95-007434 
Dirksen, Sjoerd 

95-009290 
Ditz, Karen L. 

95-008405 
Divanacti, P. 
95-007309 
95-007323 
95-007337 
95-007338 
95-007192 
95-007494 
95-008043 
Dlvanach, Pascal 

95-009547 
Dixon, B. A. 
95-007794 
Dtxon, Beverly 

95-007795 

Dixon. D. George 

93-008961 

95-009003 

DJordJevU, s. P 

95-008615 



95-007938 
93-008403 

Tony J. 
95-008916 



Bobeirt., Hnyiii 
95-007000 

Dobosz , S tef 
95-007572 



Uoclicrty, J. 

95-007733 
Dodson , J . 

95-OOH362 
Dodson, Julian .1 . 

<?r>-oofitt:i- r . 

DDdson, Vtsi-non H, 

95-OOB935 
DodsKOflh, H. J. 

'JJj-008515 
DoerkBcn , \\u cvr.y 

05-009610 
Dohiitu, Nanyn 



Doke, Jeffrey 1,. 

95-009291 
Dolz, IfiunliarC-o 

95-0089 SG 
Uoiiagliy, M. J, 

93-007927 

Hdllilldsim, F,. M. 

95-007612 

9.1 -00 799 <} 

DonaU, !", 

95-00726fl 
DoTUla, M. 

95-0072fiH 
D-opa?.o, C. 1'. 

95-0087(i3 
Doi-es , Robert M, 

93-OQ7<Jfl() 
Dorovsklkh, II. S, 

95 -009 2 4 (i 
Dorson, M. 

95-000693 
das Santos, Jorge 

95-OOa2C)4 
DusdaL, A. 

93-00726<> 
Doughty, G, K, 

95-007160 
Douglas, Mlchuol K 

95-00960'* 
Douglaa, ft. ]1. 

95-007613 
Doulrln, C, 
95-007473 
95-007479 
95-0076U 

Downhower, Jerry F. 
95-0074 7<t 
95-OOf31CO 
Doyle, R. W. 
95-007928 

Drawbridge, Mark A, 

95-007906 

95-009171 

95-009182 

Drletlzic, W. R. 

95-007801 
DfQQsaler, K. 
95- 0086 14 
Drolet, fl, s. 

95-008680 
Droat, Maarten U. 

95-008092 
du Preez, H, H. 

93-007202 
du Precz, Hein H. 
95-OOB9B4 

Dominich 
95-008929 



ra 



224 



AUTHOR INDEX 



D nc rotoy , J e an -Pan 1 



Dudgeon, D. 

95-008205 
Duff, Donald 

95-007174 

riuis, K. 

95-00732'i 
Dukerschoin, ,1. Tliurese 

93*009316 
Dul lonelier , Pel LPT 

95-007475 
Chin* re sq, Charles G, 



Ehinoiit. , Pierre 

95- 008929 
Duncan, A. 

95-005116 
Duncan, Kainoiiii Kiit-lierlue 

95-0088*)? 
Dunham, Hex A, 

95-007913 
Dunn, Katli-erlne A., 

95-007929 
Durbln, M. 

95-0081*10 
Diirborow. It. H. 

95-009565 
Durin. F. 

95-007091 
Dutll, Joan-Denis 

95-0077B5 
Dutll, I.ucic T. 

95-009133 
Dtitla, Itinm H. 

95-007'i75 
Dtivall, Catherine J. 

93-008206 
EJvoryanctiikov, G. A. 

95-OOBOU1 
Dwlvedi, !t. K. 

95-009152 
Dvycr. William P. 

95-0071- r )0 
DJ.C, I!. M. 

95-007612 
Dyer , Hrn.ce H. 



tadcs, HI chard 

95-007071 
ETiiles, J. G, 

95-007C8& 
Eaton , John G. 

95-007092 
Ettton, V, D. 

95-008169* 
Echavarrla lleraa, Hector 

95-009273 
Eckcrt, TlLOKias II. 

55-009300 
Eckmiiun, H. 

05-000292 
Ethnann, Reiner 

95-OOB161 
Eddy, F, M. 

Q5-OD77'i(| 

95-OOBBS3 
Ecleaon, W. R. 

95-007093 
E<lon, Annabel IB M. T. 

95-009136 
Eclat torn, Anders 

95-007615 
Edwards, A. 

95-007286 
Eggers, Douglas M. 

05-009338 



KBElnton, s. 

95-007f.l6 

95-007617 
Eggseli, G. 

95-OOtl'.H9 
Kgycil, Harlkn 

95-00897'. 
Ehlers, Manfred 

95-009fi66 
Eikebrokk, B. 

95-007151 
Eilertson, Carnicn D. 

95-007618 
Elrsiirsdottir, Inglbjorg E. 

95-007776 
Eiriksaon, Gudmundur 

95-009'iG5 
Eitncr. Blaise J. 

95-OOB38B 
Ektov, Peter 

95-OOB202 
El Ahcd, A. 

95-008921 
El-Dahlia i- , A. A. 

95-007325 
El-Dchaimi, Abdcl-Azlz 

95-007270 
El-Gharabawy, M. M. 

95-007099 
El-Habback, H. 

95-000928 
El-Ma tboull, M. 

95-OOBG49 

95-008050 

95-008654 
El-Saycd, Abdcl-Fattnli M. 

95-007270 
Elder, John F. , Jr. 

95-007930 
Elger-Lonzarich, Mary 

95-007'.7ft 
Elliott, Craig R. N. 

95-009112 
Elliott, fl. G. 

95-008523 
Elliott, J. A. 

95-007019 
Elliott, J. M. 

95-007619 
Elliott, Mike 

95-009466 
Elliott, Nicholas G. 

95-00756'. 
Ellis, A. E. 

95-008501 

95-008502 

95-008538 
Ellis, J, R. 

95-007477 
Ellis, Pat 

95-007397 

95-007398 

95-007399 
Elston, Ralph 

95-008427 
Ely, Dert 

95-007925 
Emato, Arail C. 

95-00720B 
Endler, John A. 

95-008014 
Endo, H. 

95-008565 

95-008917 
Endresen, C, 

95-007621 



FR 



225 



1995 



AUTHOK INDEX 




Ercolini, A. 

y>-0(>315<) 
Erlrksnu, Jui IP K. 

95-Of)S567 
Ericksou. Wallace P. 

95-00 3b32 
trkhiiiro, .1, 

95-GOH162 
Emit., Bill 

'JS-OOH906 
Ervik, A. 



9^-009506 
Krvlk, Anie 

9^-007095 
Er/ini, Kariin 

95-iJ09.i29 
Escaffrs, Anne-Marie 



Ksch, G, W. 

95-008760 
Eshltaugh, W, Hartly 



iiina, S. 
M-OOHH65 

quivpl Herrera, Alfonso 



Estay, Francisco 

9S-OOB129 
Eslerbaucr, Hans 

95-006078 
Euro, II. E. 

95-OI1B761) 
Evans, Clivn w. 

95-OUB874 
Ev.ins, Cj-ntlila 

95-OOB69S 
tvrtns, Utiia 

9^-009593 
Evans, J. 



Evans, J. J. 

1'" 008990 
Evans, Joyce E. 

95-008922 
lvns, Rebecca L. 

95-007449 
Evelyn, T. I 1 . T. 

55-007696 

95-QQH492 

9V 00 8503 
95-009753 
Evendcn, AnJrtw J. 
95-008S31 



Eveiiscn, 0. 

95-007B06 

95-008500 

95-ODB506 

9-5-008G03 

95-0086<lfl 
EveraarLs, Jail M. 



Evgeujcva, T. P. 

95-007170 
Evjcn, ^f. S. 
95-007332 
Ewcns, S, 

95-007S07 

95-00877* 

95-OOQ813 

05-00081'. 

Ewing, M. S. 

95-008651 

Ewing, R, D. 

95-007152 

95-007153 

Ewillg, S- K. 

95-007152 

EyLorsdotlir, A. 

95-008*^6 
Ezura i Yoahio 

95-OOH739 
Ezure, Mutsuko 

95-007154 
Fabfari, E. 

95-007G20 
Faber, Joaepli E. 

95-007932 
Faceiolo, li. M. 

95-007589 
Fagbcnro, 0. A. 

95-007314 
Fagbcnro, OyeiJapo 

95-007326 
Fago, A. 

95-007H79 
t'ahay, Michael P. 

95-008065 
Faivre, B. 

95-008563 
Fallau, Shantla S. 

95-008163 
Falls, William W. 

95-009210 
Fan , Z . 



Fang, J. 

95-009011 
Fang,, Leo-sliing 

95-008152 
Pants:, John Rosa, Jr. 

95-009339 
FAO of tho UN 

95-009133 

95-009136 

95-009137 

95-009518 

95-009549 
FarlHS, C. 

95-008526 
Parrel 1, A. P. 

95-007363 
Kartell, Anthony P. 

95-007639 

95-008933 
Fashclmk, D. Ya. 

95-0081&4 
Faudonneau , B, 

95-007336 

95-007473 



FR 40(4) 



226 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



. . . CMTIKUED. . 

riUtcoimcaii, B. 
95-007479 
05-007614 



Fa 11 1 1 , John 



Fan re i A . 

95-007473 
F<m;a Fol.t.crsEiii, E, 

95-007621 




m, Kol>e-rL (J. 
95-OCS2fi't 
Fedorov, V, V. 
95-005369 



FoU(. S. W, 

95-1)074 (.I 



15-0117307 
Ferguson, II, W. 

15-007729 

13-OUS557 

15-009663 
Ferguson, Hugh VI. 

15-OCIFJ749 
Kurjiuson, II. 



Fefjjustm , Yvonne 

flS-OOflia? 
Kcn.ii , C. 

55-D07672 
Fojinin, A. C, 

^15-007271 
Vn-riiiinJos , Carlos A. 

OS-OGHZI}? 
I'c ninnOcH , I-- M . 



! nmnclcy , M. N . 



F? Ellilllll^V. i XllllOIUl 

05-008129 
F<!in;indo, C. II. 



FP rrcira, A, J- 

9!i--CKW293 
Ferrer i . C. Paola 



Ferruri , F. 

95-OD726/. 
FLuilllrL-CHrnrd, H. 

9.1-007(198 
J'lRucraa , A. 

Q5-ODB331 

95-OOB699 

55-000736 
FlKufiroa, Felipe 

95-007989 
Fl gucron, I,u is 

95-003806 
Flndlay, Robert II. 

95-GQ91Q5 



Fink, William L. 

95-0075^'. 
Finley , Lue 

95-00738H 

95-00828'. 
Finn, R, N. 

95-007023 
Finn, Syrmia 

95-009093 
Flnola, M. G. 

95-00726'. 
Floglic, K. 1). 

95-00762'i 
Fli-oozl, FaLlmli 

95-0090fi3 
Fischer, U. 

95-007625 
Fisher, Daniel J. 

95-008900 
Fisher, J. P. 

95-008775 

95-008901 
Fisher, Jeffrey P. 

95-008776 
Fisher, Lester E. 

95-007096 
Fi aken, Fiona A. 

95-007397 

95-007398 

95-007399 
FitzGerald, Gerard J. 

95-008154 
Fitzgerald, R, 

95-007329 
Fltuhugh, Gary R. 

95-007626 
Fives, Julie N. 

95-008198 

95-008199 

95-0083116 
Fjellheim, Arne 

95-009172 

95-009197 
FlaEBi Thomas A. 

95-007155 

95-007156 

95-007173 

95-009173 
Flntla, Jan 

95-009467 
Fletcher, Stephen W. 

95-009439 
Flicklngcr, Stephen A. 

95-007428 

95-007439 

95-007440 
Fllk, G. 

95-007627 
Fllk, Gert 

95-007573 
Flood, P. R. 

95-OOG690 

95-008706 
Flynt, Richard D. 

95-007112 
Focken, Ulfert 

95-007628 
Fodor, Sharon K. 

95-009707 
Foglio, H. 

95-007359 
Folkins, D, 

95-008694 
Follett, Jill E. 

95-008652 
Folmar, Leroy C. 

95-008902 



FR 40(4) 



227 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Fung, lark 

95-01)73(19 
Fontaine , !'. 

'J5-007M3 
Fnii tan a , Jioch-lleniard 

T.-007327 
IVjill iini 1 las i ,1 . ['.. 

95-007452 
ford, [.. A. 

( }5-{jOfl52S 
Ford, I. a i is;i A . 

95-00852.1 

9ri-()OS r j29 

<> 5- (JOS') 3 (I 

95-008S93 
ford, Richard F. 

95-009171 

95-009182 
Forest! . F, 

95-007933 

Forguii, J. 

95-007629 
Fonnacion, H. J. 

95-007630 
Fomlcki, Krzsztof 

95-007631 
Fornasier, Ann 

9fi-009'.6B 
Forsberg, Odd Inge 

95-007157 
Forahage, Allen A. 

95-009174 
Forstcr, H. 

95-007560 

95-007683 
Furstcr, Malcolm 

95-007605 
Furticr, Louis 

95-008208 

95-008209 

95-009169 
Fortisr, HarLln 

95-008208 

95-009469 
Fortin, R. 

95-OOS162 
Fortin, Rcjena 

95-008929 
Foster, Craig A. 

95-009157 
Foster, Susan A. 

95-007934 

95-008015 

95-008069 

95-008070 
Fournie, J. W. 

95-008903 

95-009005 
Fouz, B. 

95-008531 
Fowler, Kelly p. 

95-007220 
fox, Jefferson 

95-009250 
Fozzard, I. R, 

95-007109 
Franc i, o. 

95-007488 
Francis-Floyd, R. 

95-007209 

95-008667 
Francis-Floyd, Ruth 

95-007210 



. . .CONTINUED, . . 
Francis -Floyd , Etuth 

95-007272 

95-003428 

<)5-OOH'.29 

95-OQH5S/I 



Francis, Barbara 0- 

93-008911 
Francis, R. I. C. C, 

93-0092'iH 
Franco, Don A. 

35-008532 
Frank, Kobyn C. 

95-007097 

Frank lawless, p. 

95-009412 

95-009420 

Frank iewlca, E > lotr 
95-008210 
35-008211 
95-009413 
Eraser, Nell II. (.'.. 

95-008016 
Frascr, W. 

95-008667 
Frederick, Shane Wl Ilium 

95-009249 
Freeman, MIL ton M. il. 

95-0091'7 
Freeman, Will Iain 

95-009250 
Freilng, J- 

95-00737H 
Frcitas, J. C. 

95-007H01 
French, Richard H. 

93-007072 
Frenetic, II. J, 

95-009287 
Fresh, Kurt I,. 

95-009-147 
Fresl, E. 

95-00726', 
95-008158 
Frey, B. J. 

95-007632 
Fccy, R. 

95-007481 
Frlea, Loraine T. 

95-009171 
Fria, Michael B. 

95-007664 
Friscliknecht, it. 

95-008677 
Frolov, S. V. 

95-007633 

Frost, A. R. 

95-007120 

95-007423 

Frye, Mary 

95-00903 1 
Frye, Mary R, 

95-009032 
Fryer, J. 

95-0077S8 

Fryer, J. L. 

95-008431 

95-OOS448 

95-008465 

95-008533 

95-008686 

Fryer, H. J. 

95-008018 

FryxelL, Greta A. 

95-008952 
Fuentca, J, 
95-007638 



FR 



228 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Flier. 5 1 , Paul 
95-007955 

KuorsL, Piiut A. 
95-007909 
95-(l07'J6H 
95-007096 
93-009081 

I'UlllllllI, l,l?(! A. 



Fuj loiln, Slilgiu-ii 
<J5-l]Q7r>3'i 

Fuj Iliiiit.o. Clllnkf) 

"n-llcnsZZ 
)"uj Irnoto , 31. 

95*0077 HI) 
Fiijlrnoio, H, 



Fuj iwarii , A. 
95-GU7R6I 



9 r . -007771 
Fukiitl.i, II. 



Fukmln, II I ilcn 
95-11117/01 
M- 1)117/1);; 

FiihLiln. Vutrihil 

is-onflr353 

95-00(1732 

FtikiLrtorun, Mlh In 



Kukuwiikn , Unsii-ak I 

95-00(1136 
Fallin-, ti. Fi. 

'J']-[]f!/ r .Hfi 
(ills, LUlly K. 

'>:i-un c J2n 

hiiih, Wl 1 I LUII II. 
ft-wyjtvi 

Fiirc-vlk. Il.-iK M. 

Vi-uuytiH] 

FnrukiiViM. K. 
o'l-oir/ft'/o 

liinilii, T. 

9. r t~(KIVI'i 
Fuse I lor, r,intlii ll- 



9 r t- 111192 Ifl 

lili, II. ,1. 



ij r .-nu(.77 
gui', K. 



iila, In no I 
95-007U35 



95-0093'iD 

Citleottl, M. 

95-007677 



Galgaiii, Francois 

95-008B76 
Gallcka, Wanda 

95-009380 
Gallagher, Margie Leu 

93-007328 

95-008430 
Oaltaugher, I'. E. 

95-007863 
Gallaway. lltmny J. 

95-000283 

95-OOHOia 



95-000326 
Gamljarot.ta, A. 

95-007620 
Gammon, James R. 

95-0093'il 
Gampet-1, A. K. 

95-007637 
GanclLnno, S . 

95-0082HO 
Ganguly, S. 

95-OOB071 

95-009251 
Raray, EaporaiiKa 

95-008^07 
Garccss, I,. ||. 

95-008431 



Fcllpu 



95-008463 
Garcia Gallego, H. 

95-007368 
Garcia-Ciicnca, I. 

95-007452 
Garcin-VazqueK, E. 
, 95-007974 
Garcia, S. 

95-009558 
Garcia, S. M. 

95-009471 
Gardner, 11, S. 

95-000680 
Oarforth, D. I). 

95-007329 
Gartnir, 1'aul 

95-009330 

95-009342 
(ian-ait, P. A. 

95-000325 
Garret t., R. N. 

95-007273 
Carrido, J. L. 

95-009343 
(iarrido, Oi-lando 

95-000824 
(iussut, E, 

95-007207 
Gas ton, Kevin .1. 

95-009033 
Oasyukov, P. S. 

95-009252 
Gates Dupe, F. 

95-007274 
Catlin, D. M. 

95-007562 
Gatto, M. 

95-009029 
Giuidian, G, 

95-009472 
Gaudin, P. 

95-OOB116 

95-009395 
Gaudin, Philippe 

95-007474 



J. 



Ill 



Fit 



229 



1995 



AUTilOl! INDEX 



95-OOIU65 
C,i\\ii icr , I). 

95-00709(1 
Ciiuvrit, Eric 

95-007266 
Giiuvry . Laurent 

95-007931 
Gavino, F. H. 
95-007158 
Cavronskn, Helena 

95-0(1930:1 
Ccbliard, D. il. 

915-007610 
Geesin, Jana L. 

95-008052 
Gciger, Harold .1. 
95-009034 
95-009253 
Oelsleiditer , James J. 

1)5-007638 
Gelwick, Frances P. 

95-007036 
Gerapesaw, C. H. 

J5-007432 
Gennnri , !.. 

95-007330 
Gentliner, Fred J. 

95-008907 
George, D. B. 
95-008908 
George, Kelvin R, 

95-0095B5 

George, S, G. 

95-008212 

95-OOB909 

Georgescu, Adrian 

95-009315 
Geraliles, A. M. 

95-009328 
Geraldes, Ana Maria 

95-008385 
Gerhart, D. J. 

95-008019 
Gcri, G. 

95-007482 

95-007188 

Gerlai, Robert 

95-OOS020 
Cerrits, M. F. 

95-007717 
Gesche, Walter 

95-008824 
Gesser. H. 

95-007H01 
Getchell, Rodman 

95-008776 
Ghosh, A. K. 
95-008653 
Ghosh, AJoy Kumar 

95-008777 

Ghosh, Amitabha 

95-007483 

95-008213 

Ghosh, Apurba 

95-007283 

95-007H83 

95-008213 

Ghosh, B. B. 

95-OQ8B37 

Ghosh, S, P. 

95-G08B04 

Ghosh, T. K. 

95-007777 

Gibb, A. 

95-008490 



Glbbs, P. D, L. 

95-OOSQ19 
Gibbs , Penny 

95-OOB5H4 
Gibson, D. I. 

95-008821 
Gibson, Robin N, 

95-008010 
Giosy, J. P. 

95-008910 
Glosy, John \> . 

95-008958 
Gil, Maria S. 

95-008252 
Gilbert, Michel 

95-008209 
Gildao, J. 

95-007209- 
Gill, Andrew 1). 

95-008215 
Gill, K. A. 

95-008819 
Gillcnwator, Sharon K. 

95-009086 
Ciller, P. S. 

95-009327 

95-009344 
Gilliland, Eugene 

95-009175 
Gillilnnd, Eugene R. 

95-007936 
Gillis, T. E. 

95-007717 
Gilmore, R. Grant 

95-00839L 

95-009450 
Gilmore, R.G. , Jr. 

95-008338 
Gilmoiir, K. M. 

95-007577 
Gilpl.ii, Martyn I.. 

95-008535 
Gingcrich, William EL. 

95-009581 
GiorgeLti, G. 

95-008514 
Ginrglutti, Enrico 

95-009035 
Gippel, Christopher J. 

95-0093fi5 
Gislason, Hotirlk 

95-009220 
Glnhn, James F. 

95-007253 
Glamann, J. 

95-007031 
Glass, C. H. 

93-009221 

95-009222 
Glotte, J. 

95-007593 

95-008683 
Glickman, Andrew H, 

95-008911 
Glova, Gordon 

95-008079 

95-008080 
Glover, I,, Anne 

95-000527 
Glowacki, Lukasz 

95-009380 
Gluchowska, E. 

95-0072^9 
Gluyas-Millan, M. Gao 

95-008286 
Glynn, F. W. 

95-008912 



FR 



230 



19*. 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Cnyubkiu, V. F. 

95-008913 
Co, Von- Dong 

95-008257 
Gobas, Frank A- P. G. 

95-OOB91S 
Godln, J.-C. J\ 

95-008021 
Cod in, Joan-Guy J . 

95-0080311 
Godo, Olav Rune 

95-009260 
Goeinau, Timothy J. 

95-009307 
Goe Lt 1 , John 

95-009176 
Coelxl, J. I), 

95-008867 
Coins, H. C. 

95-009565 
Goksoyr, Anders 

95-QQB9BH 
Golanl, D. 

95-008229 
Gold, John It. 

95-009183 
Go Ides, S. A. 

95-008700 
Goldspiitk. C. R. 

95-009294 
Col ds ),] ink, Geoffrey 

95-007931 
Gorne/.-Muncitf, Victor M, 

55-008286 
Gomez, E. [). 

95-009520 
Gomez, H, 

95-000556 
(Jon oil vos, Fran n ue 1 J, 

95-000317 
Gong.. Ilmig Q , 

95-1107630 
(ran z nl a a, J . 

95-00775(1 

COIIZillCK, O. 



Goocli, Jay U . 

95-008958 
Goodwin, I.. K, 

95-OOHOiri 



Go]>innt lion, K. 



Go rbat t-nhri , K - M . 
9 I i-OOBlfl6 

Gorhuiinvn, Olga B. 



Gordon, Diiviii A. 

95-009/173 
Gordtm, John D. H. 

95-OOB363 
Gordon, John R. 

95-007155 
Gordon, H. S . 

95-D071fl'i 



Gorclova, T. A. 

95-GOaififr 
Gorsuch,, Joscpli W. 

9^-008663 
Goryezko, Krayaatof 

95-007572 

95-0076^0 
Co9den S. J. 

91-009222 



Gosh, A. K. 

95-007235 
Goto, Hisilshi 

95-009^7'! 
Gottsclialk, Joliu 

95-009031 
GotLschalk, John S. 

95-009032 
Goutlio, Cheryl A. 

95-007211 
CJoulcl, Allan R. 

93-008701 
Gould, Kobe i- 1 Thomas 

95-009475 
Govcin-Oixon, llevorLy A. 

95-007212 

95-008/.32 

95-008626 
Govender, A. 

95-008072 
Govender, Aneah 

95-009476 
Govind, B. V. 

95-007213 

95-007514 
Cowan , C . 

95-009104 
Grady, Joanne M. 

95-000214 
Graham, Colvllle Charles 

95-009477 
Graham, J. B. 

95-007486 

95-007547 

95-007709 
Graham, Jeffrey B. 

95-007641 
Graham, Hark 

95-OOBOfll 
Graham, T. 

95-009558 
Granlor, Laurent 

95-008887 
Graamun, Brian T. 

95-00(1994 
Grass, Alan 

95-OOB130 

95-009346 
Grassle, Frederick J. 

95-008332 
Giratzek, John B. 

95-006433 
Grau, K. G. 

95-007659 

95-007823 
Grau, G. 

95-007809 
Graves, John E. 

95-007945 
Graves, Kerry G. 

95-009611 
Grnvnlngen, K. 

95-008577 
Gray, John S. 

95-009123 
Gray, R. W. 

95-009569 
Gray, Robert W. 

95-007691 
Grayson, Thomas H. 

95-008535 
Green, Albert W. 

95-009478 
Green, Graham J. 

95-007564 
Greenwood, P. 11. 

95-007487 



FU 40(4) 



231 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Gregory, K. J. 



GrCRSwcll, Kobert E. 

95-009036 
Griffiths, Frederick 

95 -009m 

Griffiths, S. fi. 

95-01)8539 

95-003588 

Griffiths, William B. 

95-008283 

Grillutr, S, 

95-007642 

Grlines, Churchill B. 
95-007469 
95-009567 
Grim, H. 

95-007972 

Grirml, J. J. 

95-009158 

Grlrra, H. P. 

95-009297 

Gritnwood, Mark J. 

95-008916 
Grl/2le, John H. 

95-008778 
GrohEr, Matthew S. 
95-007507 
95-007937 
Grobcrg, H. J, , Jr. 

95-OOH696 
Groeneveld, A. 

95-008679 
Grocneveld, David P. 

95-007072 
Groff, J, H. 
95-008717 
95-008755 
Grwnan, D. D. 
95-007643 
Gcoombrliige, Brian 

95-009601 
Grosell, M. 

95-007649 
Croat, Rich 

95-008166 
Grover-Bullinglon, Lenore R. 

95-009138 
Groves, Colin P. 

95-008392 
Gruber, Samuel H. 

95-007791 
Grudniewaka, Joanna 

95-007660 
Grudnlcwaki, Tadciiaz 

95-007572 
Grunwald, U. 
95-007625 
Grzelachowska, R. 

95-009'il2 

Grzelczak, Z. 

95-007648 

Gualtieri, M. 

95-007482 

95-007488 

Guderley, llelga 

95-0077B5 
Guderley, Helga E. 

95-G076H4 
Gudkova, N. 

95-OOB692 

Gudmundsdottir, BJarnheidur 
9S-OD853G 



Gudmundsdottir , S. 

05-008546 

95-008547 
Giaegau, J. F. 

95-007930 
Gucrrn, Angel 

95-008252 
Guerra, C, D. R. 

95-007801 
Gullhetiiie, Lulz Carlos 

95-007939 
Gulllaume, J. 

95-0078*3 
Gwllliiiil, H. 

95-007424 
GuillQii, George 

95-009444 
Guillen, J. L. 

95-OOQ917 
Guillni-y, Vincent. 

95-008297 
Guilloii, A. 

95-007160 
Gulati, R. 1). 

95-009044 
Gunruii, Ay sun (Kuhul) 

95-00829B 
Gun<i3ekcrn, RasanUil M, 

95-0-07331 
Guiiii , Anne 

95-0-09023 
GunnarsdotLir, S. 

95-008496 
Gupta, Brahma N. 

95-008949 
Gupta, R. A. 

95-G9152 
Guntian, V. J. 

95-009278 
Cornell, \. M. 

95-009347 
Guseva, N. V. 

95-000528 
Guahima, Kcnji 

95-009436 
Custard, Alan 

95-009112 
Gutierrez, Alfredo 

95-00931B 
Gutierrez, J. 

95-007567 

95-007752 
Guttman, Sheldon 1, 

95-008894 

95-008895 
Guy, Christopher S. 

95-001)288 
Guyomard, |{, 

95-007940 
Guzman- Arroyo, Manuel 

95-009370 
Guzman , Rnmon 

95-009479 
Gyoro, K. 

95-007223 
Haarhoff, J. 

93-007202 
Haas, Itobart C. 

95-007991 
Habersack, II. 

95-00934.8 
Habibi, II. R. 

95-007762 
Hockett, J. L. 

95-008510 
Ilader, Donat-P. 

93-009106 



FR 



232 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Hartley. P. 

95-007437 
Ha Bilge, D. 

95-006014 
Haenen, 0. L. M. 

95-008779 
Haffner, G. IJoiiglas 

95-008978 
Haffray. P. 

95-007473 

95-C07611* 
Hagluiwt, Thomas R. 

95-007915 
Hagnar, l.nrs 

95-008995 
Ha lues, G, liruce 

95-009605 
Kalnos, Terry A, 

95-008089 
Haklmzadeh, All 

95-007275 
Halacka , Karel 

95-007489 

95-008337 

95-0093GB 
HUbert, C. L. 

95-009107 
H-Udar, D. P. 

95-OOS646 
Haldcn, Norman M. 

95-OOS269 
Haider, D. D. 

95-007203 

95-007295 
FJaldorson, Lewis J. 

95-000220 
Hale, Marty M, 

95-009177 
Kales, L. Stan, Jr. 

95-008953 
Hall, C. 

95-0076^5 
Hall, Carl 

95-0092QH 
Mall . 3,eiwood W. , Jr. 

95-OOB01B 

95-003919 
Hall. W. S. 

95-Q09920 
llal|iern. Allsun D. 

9 5 -GO 8054 
Halupka. Karl C. 

95-OD3271 
JljunackO'.'ft , .] . 

95-007555 

95-007660 
Hanackova, JlLka 

95-Q07222 
Hamaila, Ktuyuhl 

95-009153 
Kanaila, MoirHaup.u 

95-007616 
tLinGlbare, Scott 

95-QQ9G02 
tlanilt-on, H. F. 

95-OOHIOB 
Hamilton, V, J. 

95-0087BO 
Efatmicr, C, 

95-007324 
ilanrnond, Hi chard 

95-OD8B39 

Itamc, Prcraak 

93-009037 

Fomre, Kristin 

93-0076*7 



Hainan- Chaff ai, A. 

95-000921 

Han, Kyeong-Hu 

95-D09'i9G 

95-009497 

llanda, T. 

95-008'i31 

Haniffa, M. A. 

95-008954 

95-OOB955 

llanralian, J. W. 

93-007648 
Hanson, II. J. H. 

95-01)7649 

Han a en, J. K. 

95-007761 

Hansen, John 

95-0079'il 

Hanson, !'. K. 

95 -009 2'. 7 

Hansen, I 1 . Kiipka 

95-007094 
llansen, Piii Kupka 

95-007276 
Hansen, S . 11. 
95-007650 
Hanson, James N. 

95-009324 
Hanson, L. P. 
95-008537 
Hanson, Larry A. 

95-OOB75B 
Hanson, Mark A. 

95-009038 
Hansaons , Mark M. 

95-008393 
1 faqae, M. 

95-008811 
Hara, Akitiiko 
95-007710 
95-007773 
Hara, M. 

95-007670 
Hara, Toshlaki J. 

95-007651 
Hnratla, Yaaualii 

95-009254 
Ilaraldsson, Haukur 

95-007652 
Hani, Jeffrey J. 

95-007942 
Harder, V. 

95-00757B 
Hardesty, James M. 

95-009178 
llardie, I.. J. 
95-008538 
Hardy, Uonna Fltzroy 

95-007390 
Hargeby , A. 

95-008110 
Harms, C. A. 
95-007563 
Harms, Craig A. 

93-008435 

Harper, David M. 

95-009108 

95-009349 

Harper, Patric 

95-009480 
Harper, Rodney W. 

95-007391 

Hare, Randal 

95-008702 

Kartell, Loe 

95-007164 



FR 



333 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



llarrell , Kejjinal f[, 

95-007277 
Harrington, Adam John 

95-007653 
Harris, H. p . 

95-009227 
Harris. Rebecca 

95-008253 
Harris, Richard R. 

95-009566 
Harris, Wm, fJ. 

95-008781 
HarslibarBer, Jotm C. 

95-008778 
Hart, Amy W. 

95-009450 
Hart, Paul J. a. 



Hartley, William R, 

95-008782 
Hflrtraan, Kyle J. 

95-008216 
Hartman, Hark Andrew 

95-009350 
[larUnann, Jurgcn 

95-005255 
Hartwell, s. I. 

95-008899 
Hartwell, S. Ian 

95-008922 
Ikirvey, Colleen D, 

95-009351 
Harvey, Paul H. 

95-007943 
Hasegawa, Eiichi 

95-009223 
Hasegawa, Hiroyasu 

95-007315 

95-007566 
Hasegawa, Izumi 

95-OD73/.B 
Hasegawa, Sonee 

95-007561 
Elasliiguclii , Yuji 

95-007522 
Hashimoto, Hiroaki 

95-009436 
Hashimoto, Hasashl 

95-007646 
Hasobe, Masahlde 

95-007693 
Hasiein, Tore 

95-008436 
Hastings, Robert W, 

95-009039 
Hatai, Kishio 

95-008613 

95-006634 
Hatate, Hideo 

95-007654 
Hattenberger-Baudouy, A. H. 

95-008703 
Hattori, A. 

95-007670 
Hattula, Tapani 

95-OB9224 
Hauck, A. K. 

95-008539 
Hauck, A. Kent 

95-007164 
Haukenes, Alf II. 

95-008566 

95-008567 
Havarstein, L. S 

95-008714 
Havens, Kirk J. 

95-OOB372 



...CONTINUED... 
Havens, Kirk J. 

95-003373 

Hawke, J. P. 

95-008340 

Hawkins, William E. 
95-007779 
95-008850 
Hayano, Hirafumi 

95-000167 
Hayasflkn, S. S. 

95-00059'. 
Ilayncs, J. L. 
95-OOB082 
Hayton, William L. 

95-009fl70 
Hayward, Craig 

95-008617 
Haywood, N. D. E. 

95-OOH217 
Haztin, N. 
95-007553 
95-007733 
Hazon, Nell 
95-007877 
95-007922 
Hoagler, H. Gay 

95-009953 
Heap, Maureen 

95-003817 

Heard, William 

95-009179 

95-009207 

Heath, H. R. 

95-008018 

Heberr., Craig F.. 

95-008923 
Hecht, Jodi Elise Dorfmnn 

95-008924 
Hecht, T. 

95-009422 
Hecker, Rruce G. 

95-007214 
Heckmann, H. A. 

95-008'i40 

Heckmann, Hichard A. 
95-008437 
95-008668 
Hedgocock, Dennia 

95-009602 
Hedrick, Philip W, 

95-009602 

Hedrick, R. P. 

95-008635 

95-008636 

95-008638 

95-008716 

95-008755 

Hcdrlck, Ronald P. 

95-0084,38 
Heger, Wolfgang 

95-008925 
Heggenes, Jan 

95-008016 
Heifctz, Jonathan 

95-Q09/i87 
Heinlg, Julie A. 

95-0079U 
Heinle, Donald R. 

95-009039 
Heist, Edward J, 

95-007945 
Heithaua, ^flchael R. 

95-007946 
Helfrich, Louis A. 

95-00906'. 

Helgason, S, 

95-008521 



FR 40(4) 



23 /, 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



.. .COMTINUKD.. . 

95-008546 

95-008547 
Holland, S, 

95-OOJ332 
He lion, J. 

95-008926 
H-alraick, Conscl.t.a M. 

95-OOH704 
Iteming. Jarl 

95-QOH931 
H*r.ire, G.-l . 

95-OOJ278 

95-007576 

95-007871 
|{aiu!cr] oi 1.C1' , Julie A. 

95-007655 
Henderson, P. A. 

95-008163 
Henderson , It. J.irnes 

95-007656 

95-007862 
Hcndricks, Michael L. 

95-009 LBO 
Iltidry, Andrn\j P. 

35-007947 
]lcngstberEPi:. tianclra H. 

95-OOS701 
Jlenlcy, Theresa 

95-00751S 
llcnny, David C. 

55-007279 
Henoc-qne, Vves 

95-009481 
3knslcy, Dannie A, 

95-0075J& 
JlH-jikeina, F. W- 

95-007657 
llcppnll , Joel 

95-008705 
13-c rhlngef i C. 

95-007928 
Iirli5t, David 1). 

95-009387 
Ikringa. J. 

95 -0091X19 
tinrke, Uilllom II, 



, A L fin T. 



llflLTikin, R, 

Q5-OOHSO] 
ll-GLnanilc?. , Martlm 

95-UD765H 
Ifarrera 13., (idsl.avo 



ICcrrcrfl , Custnvo 

95-008131 
Harron, Alan J . 



W. K. 
Hershey, Anne E. 



Hcrahner, Carl 

95-OOB373 
lie T L , Bva 

95-OOB022 
Hat rid, K. M. 

95-00^720 
IlcLtlor, Willlan F. 

95-007&26 
Haw, C. L, 

95-007958 



Heyinans, J. .1 . 

95-009'i3'i 
llRywanl, Louis D. 

95-009151 
Hickford, Michael J. H. 

95-009^83 
Hidalgo, M. C. 

95-0073&iJ 
Higaahi, Teiiso 

95-007558 
Hlggins, H. J. 

95-008C5H 
HJghsteln, H . H. 

95-007796 
Iligman, K. 11. 

95-00860^1 

95-008715 
lligman, Keith II. 

95-OOB7/il 
Hllbish, Thomas 

95-007913 
Hilborn, Ray 

93-008169 

95-009464 
Hlldrcw, Alan G. 

95-ooaaia 

Hill, Anna M. 

95-008219 
Hill, D. J. 

95-008'.39 
HllLgrubcr, Nicola 

95-008220 
Hilton, Donald F. J. 

95-007161 
Hilton, Donald Frederick James 

95-007162 
Ilines, Murray E. , II 

95-0085'il 
lllnkle, C. Ross 

95-009435 

95-009450 
Hinrichs, David E. 

95-007215 
Hlnshaw, Jeffrey M. 

95-008508 
Ilinlon, Andrew 

95-007280 
llinton, D. K, 

95-008927 
Hlntcm, Davltl E. 

95-007738 

95-007739 

95-007779 

95-009430 
Illoki, Syozo 

95-008132 
Eliralflhi, Tomonori 

95-008023 
Hlramatsu, Kazuhlko 

95-009256 
llirano, T. 

95-007659 

95-007823 
Hlrano, Tetsuya 

95-007561 
Hirokawa, J. 

95-0077SO 
Hlrono, Ikuo 

95-00790'. 

95-007948 

95-008542 
Ilirose, Keijl 

95-007176 

95-007291 
HLrose, Vuji 

95-008024 



FR 40(4) 



235 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



HisaUimi, 0. 

95-0075'Jl 

95 -00 79 A 9 
Hjoltties, H. 

95-QOB690 

95-008706 
Ho, S. K. S. 

95- 00 75 96 
FlochloUhner, Martin 

95-009040 
Dockings, I, 

55-007375 
Hodgson, Brian P. 

95-009109 
Hoiinotand, K, 

95-008657 

95-008783 
Hudson, Poler V. 

95-008935 

95-008961 
Hoese, Jl. Dickson 

95-009485 

Hofer, Rudolf 
95-007339 
95-007660 
Hoff, K. A. 

95-008543 
Hoff, M. 

95-009333 
Hoffman, Annette 

95-006169 
Hoffman, Glenn L. 

95-008460 
Hof fmann-Fezer, G. 

95-008654 
Hoffmann, R. H. 

95-008649 

95-008650 

95-008654 
liogans, W, E. 

95-007281 
lloglund, Harilynn D, 

95-008878 
Hogs t rand, Clitistcr 

95-007887 
Hole, S. 

95-008506 
Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery 

95-009041 
Holcik, JuraJ 

95-009326 
Ilolden, Mike 

95-009042 
Hole, G. 

95-007559 

95-007661 
Holladay, S. D. 

95-00892B 
Hollebecq, M, G. 

95-007950 
Hollebecq, M.-G. 

95-008563 
Hollis, Hattliew 

95-007240 
Holm, Jena C. 

95-007334 
Holmes, C. F, B. 

95-008787 
Holmes, John A. 

95-007897 
Holmgren, S. 

93-007557 

95-007694 

95-007778 
HolomiiBkl, Joseph R, 

95-008221 



Ho late In, 1), 

95-007574 
Holt, G. J. 

95-007320 
Holt, R. Joan 

>5-G07279 
Holt, J. C, 

95-008212 
Holt, tUctiard A. 

95-000(103 
llolzschii, Donald I,. 

95-OOH7U7 
Hum, Tom 

55-000993 
Hon. W. M. 

95-0076Q7 
Honrl70, Midliat 

05-007092 
[loiicycutt, H. E. 

95-OQ76fi2 
Honn, Jac-Sang 

95-000257 
Hong, Jiiong-Hwa 

95-007663 
Hong, Sung Vim 

95-008770 
Honma, Y. 

95-007533 
Ilonaig- Erlenburg , Wol f gang 

95-009110 
Hot) tula, Alice 

95-000929 
Hood, l>ali> J. 



Hone, Michael 1,, 

95-007319 
Hoole, D. 

95-007807 

95-008774 

95-008798 

95-000013 

95-00881'. 

95-OOH816 

93-OQHH2G 

95-000827 
HOOVGI', John 1'. 

93-000410 
Hop, Hnakou 

95-008001 
Hopcroft, T. 

95-00730^ 
Hope, A. J. 

95-007613 
Hopkins, ToJd K. 

95-007007 
Hop ley, C. V, 

95-007912 
Horak, Don 

95-009043 
Hotritichi, Ityuyn 

95-007089 
Horn, Michael H. 

95-00766^ 
llorness, D. II. 

95-0089/.2 
Horncy, Barbai-n 

95-007665 
Horsbarg, T. E. 

95-0085/ ( 3 

95-000562 

95-008930 
Horwood, J, W. 

95-009486 
Hosper, S. H. 
95 -009 04 'i 
95-009297 



FR 40(4) 



236 



AlllHUH TNI1KX 



(buck, MklmoL II, 

M-uaWJifl 
llcmilSi Ann K. 

ri-flaiiaH 
lignite i Ktlviird I). 



Houlihan, I). I". 
I 1 ). 1)07171 



pise, V rminnflH 

i)3-u (ma') 
Illusion, Ai'Uiw II. 

^orr^; 

|!OVI'Sl.Llll1 -Kllllir, fl . 



IliwUinli T, 

irh-aint/rifl 
How, t;. K, 

ii-oi>?*:i6 

llowo*, l>, K. 

i)[>-o(niii:u 

Hiivsiii Krlst hio Aunt* 
<ir>-{KHii70 

Hikis, i', 

n-tiwHh(.9 

llniliw, T. c. 

') r >-[ll>H'<iil 
Hnitiy, TtHMiviH 

TMKWII'i.'i 

llHtl, JblH,|5-I'i It 



iiDH., CliUsu J In 
9VL)tMI7lfl 
.itili, I', 1,. 



[|n,iii)[, Mi liik-'rvii 

91* 0(18(1 'i.'t 

Hulicri i Hjiynt' A, 



Iliif , lli>i - Kwnn 

v r )-un/v:ii 

Uural. is , HUH mi 1, 



-do 76 ;g 



llul, C.-K, 
9.1-007^53 

tlul sraan, Pletcr 
9S-OOD111 



UnUwa, I. 
gs-ooydfi'j 

thtuur, ,l;iy V. 



Hunt;, liHin-UHluni; 

95-00865.1 
Huilj',, Silas S, C). 



HlliiL, ,1. H. 

95-OOHU67 
Hunt., ,]iini(>!> 

'JS- 0014059 
IhiiilJii^rnnl, 1'. A. 

05-007S'i6 



'Jf>-00803H 

Hum infiRird, risllcll.y A. 

95-0000 
ISun^l lull-, Kay 



Mill'. Smi|', lUun 
OS-007V19 

Miirlity i .liiiiK'H 1'. 
Q.'i-OOtlfCl'J 

[[ll.'iNinidl. , ,1 . 
'J'i-Ol)709H 



ItuiiHkii, Arl 

93-000003 
lliiyHiiiiiinn , Aim 

' 9f)-00752. r ) 
Hwaiiii, Cyu-liln 

95-007951 
llwiniR, P. 1*. 

95-00772!) 
lluutiH, Kun-Wiin 

9!i-00'J!i05 
llyiit.l , Alnx D. 

9. l i-OOH70] 
llyllaiul, I'at.i-hik 

05-0077611 
llyiiiiin, Jflffiriiy B. 

95-00960:1 
llyoilo, Sntnuiiu 

9 r j-ll07- r >. r i() 

95-007551 
llyiilop, UU:liiinl M. 

95-I)(17(J5!i 

'^1-00/760 

95-DOHBOB 
liinc? LI 1 , .'nmns 



lilllltl II , JilUKSH 

95-009'i7 



95-00959!) 



95-00 7(i92 
ani!ilil , V. 



OS- 

iRiiclil 
95- 

I Ida, 
95 
95 

Urtn, 
9D 
9S 

lifio, 
95 
95 

Ijii-i 



l, N. M. 
007101 

, Till son 

007636 

T. 

007(190 

01>fl53/t 

Tnkaji 

007997 

OOB619 

M. 

007670 

007B5'. 



95-0077'.0 



237 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Ikeiia, V. Ivanov, 0. A. 

95-007814 95-00(1290 

95-008740 95-008292 

95-008788 95-000379 

Ikuta, Kaawjasa Ivantsoff, W. 

95-007550 95-007520 

95-007551 Iverscm, Thomas 

Il'inskly, ye. H. 95-009149 

95-008379 Iwai, Kumlko 

Iraai, Tnkchikp 95-007522 

95-00921') Iwama, (',. K. 

linaizuini, K. 95-007869 

95-007780 95-0078H2 

Iraamura, K. 95-008492 

95-007671 95-000505 

Implcciiil, K. Iwanaga, Slnmsiikc 

95-007330 95-007820 

iiiaha, Shigehiro IwashiLa, Miho 

95-008222 95-007692 

Inagaki , Kazunorl Iwaszkicwica, Michal 

95-007172 95-007351 

Inchaust.y, V. H. Izquierdo, H. S. 

95-008440 95-007357 

Infante, Maria Teresa Jflclmer, Anna 

95-009488 95-008027 

95-009489 Jackson, Leslie F. 

ingebrigLsBn, K, 95-007073 

95-008930 Jackson, Thomas J. 

Inglis, V. 95-00883'! 

95-007324 Jacobs, James 

95-008512 95-008702 

95-008544 Jacobsen, Troels C. 

95-008565 95-007282 

95-008620 Jaensch, Uogcr 

Inastroza, Ricardo 95-009048 

95-008986 Jngach, A. 

Iiioue, Hlklo 95-00822.'} 

95-009121 Jakobscn, 1'. 

Int. Com. ZooJ. Nomcn. 95-000737 

95-008396 James, Nicholas P. E, 

Int. Counc. Explor. Sea 95-009350 

95-009490 Jamlesoii, Dennis 
International Council for Exploration of the Sea 95-009329 

95 -09191 Jflmlli Daniel M. 

Inui, Yasuo 95-007216 

35-007998 Janp K im-Yuii 

Isani , G. 95-007910 

95-007587 Janai . n< 

Isely, J. Jeffery 95-007217 

95 - 07 ' lG9 Janda, Jlri 

95-007721 95-008237 



j g _ lf 

Ishemo, C. A. L. 95-007657 

95-008858 95-00767/. 

Ishida, Yoshinari Janlach, Joo 

95-008026 95-009198 

Ishida, Vukimasa Jnnkov, J. 

95-008133 95-009337 

~SS Jaramillo, F., Jr. 

- MO " ,, 95-007562 

Ishikawa, Satoshl Jnr .. T 

- 



Ishin , Takashi 

Jauncey , Kim 



Ishloka, Hiroko , 

95-007710 Jayaraman, 11, 

aa uuttio q"i.n(iv)iQ 

lahizaki, Hunechika Ta , " lfl 

Jaync, Bruce C. 



95-007772 ean ' ''' 

Ito, HirosJi T ,"-007952 

95-009541 Jellyman, Boil 
Ito N 95-008080 

95-007672 Jelmert, A. 
Ivanov, A. N. -)5-0084 

95-007970 Jeney, G. 

95-007676 



FR 40(4) 



JEW 





]U|III:K,H ( Lionel 

'Jfi-OO"):)]'! 
>l(ilui!iini, M. 1). 

').'>-0(l76H/i 
.lotiitsot), M. .! . 

9!i-I)(lH6'. 1 
Jdhmion, Nil-hill' I U. 




1 , A. 1). r. 
I')- <H)7'.)H'I 
iiUiino, M. II. 



.liiklkukKn, K. 
yri-i)i)'i:i!vi 

Jl.lU'H, (,, It. 



( j;-i)H7 in 

i'Ji , Murk 



IniH'l 

')' 
.loiuill, II, 'I'. 

>) \t-lim\W) 
.Iiini'ii, Hlimni It. M. 

'jri-Ot)H6!>fi 
.[iiiii)!i , Tc.c.wyn 

'JH-OOIOIil 
.liiiiMilull.il', II. 

'JTi-OIWVid 

'J'i-OOHS'i? 
.ToiliiHOti, A.-(l, 

')!i-()l)/ r 7/i 
Joint.. uni, Ann-lliitlicllK! 

')ri-(>0/fiH7 

.lollllHDI), mi'/illK 1 t ll 



<J3-(K)ti:i'JH 
.liiiiliihl , David M. 



JorRonsisii, Svon Kr.lk 

93 - 009257 
JorgctiNen, T. 0, 



Joahl, (ilLiintlrn 

9-1-00(10^8 
Joslil, H. C. 



Josupoit, IlolRn 

93- 0070 99 
Jo ung. Sliooii-Jcng 

95-OOB135 



239 



1995 



AUTElOli INDEX 



JutiK , 5 Imone - Jacnue line 

')_>- 00 HI 25 
JungVLrth, H- 

95-008225 

<)D-l)0935't 

95-009376 
Jtirajdii, I'livol 

95-009113 

95-009125 
Jurss, Kairl 

95-007688 
Juul, Sieve T. J. 

95-000291 
Kaattari, S. L. 

95-007790 



95-008616 
Kaattari, Stephen 

95-007941 
Kachowski, A. E. 

95-008443 
Kaczanowski, Tania C. 

95-007689 
Kaczynskl, Vic 

95-009355 
Kadilnikov, Vu. V. 

95-009250 
Kadir, P. H. Abdul 

95-OOS104 
Kadlec, Jaroslav 

95-007393 
Kadownki, Shusaku 

95-007857 
Kaeriyama, Masaliide 

95-008136 

95-00(1238 

95-OQB259 

95-009161 
Kagawa, Kirolilko 

95-007291 

95-007690 
Kahl, Michael D. 

95-008878 
Kal, h'orihisa 

95-007646 
Kaiser, H. J. 

55-009225 
Kalina, I. V. 

95-007742 
Kalinin, A. L. 

95-007801 
Kal Ha, Blnod 

95-OOB084 
Kallio, Marja 

95-009224 
Kawaishi, T. 

95-007961 
Kamath, J. 

95-009021 
Kambegawa, Altira 

95-007558 
Kameneva, T. 0. 

95-008808 
Kami I, S. A. 

95-007899 
Kamler, Ewa 

95-007100 
Kancharla, Sreekanth R. 

95-008758 
Kane, A. S. 

95-008976 

95-009568 

95-009569 

Kane, Andrew S, 

95-007691 



. , .CONTINUED. . , 
Kano, Andrew S. 

95 -00(19 112 
Kanelil i'o, Ifaruyuki 

95-009261 

Knnoka, Toyojl 

95-007561 

95-007855 

Kaueho, Yukiko 

95-0076Q2 

Kang, Chung-Bae 

95-009496 

95-009497 

Kang, Scok- Joong 

95-007693 
Rang, Voung"Shil 

95-009504 
Ka;tn , Jacob 

95-009591 
Kanncworf f , P. 

95-009522 
Kispala, Clevc P. 

95-009356 
Kapctsky, James HcDairi 

95-0072 L9 

Kapcalskl, Adam 

95-007-194 

95-1)07395 

Kar, D, 

95-008712 
Kar, S. 

95-008712 
Karahadian, Carol 

95-007220 
Karamcliaiid.ini, S. J. 

95-008143 
Karlla, P. 

95-00769/1 
Karl, Russell 

95-007101 
Kar Isliakk, E. 
95-OOS657 
Karlsen, Orjan 

95-007334 

Kannakar, H. C. 

95-007295 

95-008456 

95-009263 

Karr, James R. 

95-00921/ ( 
Karaslng, R. J, 

95-008349 
Ktirttuncni Vesu 

95-U09139 

Karunasngar, I, 

95-OOQ5'.9 

95-008627 

Kaa'yanov, A. N. 

93-QOB830 
Knsliiwagl, Masnaki 

95-007291 
Kasplris, P. 
95-007502 
Kaatle, Alfred 

Q5-009357 
Kasugai, Takaahi 

95-0077/18 

Kasiunyan, A. 0. 

95-007335 

95-007511 

95-008041-4 

95-008045 

Kataolis, G. 

95-007502 

Kattelmann, Rich 

95-009586 
Katula, Ray 
95-008137 



FR 40(4) 



240 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Kllffllllllslty, V. H. 

95-007376 
Khoo, H. E. 

95-007497 
Kit oo, L. 

95-007610 



Khoo, [:. II. 

95-007563 
Khuo , Lester 
95-OOB6Z5 
Khoo, Lester II. 

95-008435 
Khroiutsova, T. V. 

95-009272 
Klmllie, R. D. 
95-006628 
Kierner, H. C. B. 
95-007286 
95-OOBS33 
Kicslltig, Russell W. 

95-009512 
Klfcutani, Utako 

95-007698 
Klllic, B. 

95-OOH()09 
Kim, C. ![. 

95-OOB713 
Kin, D. 

95-007^35 
Kin, Dong-Soo 

95-007633 

95-007699 
Kim, Hyun-Dae 

95-007683 

95-007699 
Kin, Ik-Soo 

95-008397 
Kin, Kyiing-Chan 

95-007699 
Kim, Pyong Kill 

95-007679 

95-007681 
Kin, San&-Rok 

95-007663 

95-007690 
Kin, Heong-Soo 

95-008257 
Kim, Y. G. 

95-00767'. 
Kim, Yong Uk 

95-009'i96 

9S-009W7 
Kim, Vuck-Yong 

95-007377 
Ktme, D. E. 

95-OU771B 
Kimler, Victoria A. 

95-007700 
Kinrnel, E. 

95-00782* 
Klmurn, Ikuo 

95-008672 
Kimiira, Ryo 

95-007815 
Kinura, Shigeru 

95-007692 
Kimura, Takaliisa 

95-OOB739 



Kins, D' Tommy 

95-007253 
King, Junior 0. 

95-007253 
Kinu, Tim L. 

95-009183 

95-009213 
Kinman, Benjy 

95-00918'! 
Kinosliltn, Haanto 

95-008672 
Klorlinfs, Thomas 

95-OOQ227 
KitcliliofRf, Arthur 

95-009350 
Kiriakos, '/. . 

95-007492 



Klnae, Naohide 

95-OOQSBB 
Kincaid, Harold L. 

95-007167 

95-007168 
King, Bruce E. 

95-008112 



Kirk, Sheila G. 

95-008709 
Kirkley, James 

95-009282 
Kirkwood, G, P. 

95-009260 
Kiron, Viswanalh 

95-007701 

95-007702 
Kisu, HdBiiiiki 

95-00073.1 
Kiahlno, Hlrohlaa 

95-007962 
Kiss, M. 

95-007223 
Kiatcnev, A. N. 

95-OOH35'. 
Kitado, Shuichl 

95-009206 

95-009256 
Kitnhara, Tnketii 

05-0095'. :i 
KlLnimiL'a, Shoji 

93-007530 

95-007351 
Kittllson, Jeffrey ]). 

95-QQ761B 
Kit.y.in/m, Joseph V. 

95-00893'. 
KjfiHbu, Olav S. 

95-00733/t 
Klascn, W. J. C. 

95 -008'. 80 
Klnmla, Ronald J. 

05 -005', Of) 
Klein, II. II. 

95-000550 
Klein, Jmi 

95-007989 
Klein, Kat.liy 

95-0077'i3 
Klclnfeltei-, John 

95-009335 
KlcrnEf.scii, A. 

95-00823', 
Klcnk, M. 

95-007786 
Klepaker, Tom 

95-007953 
Kleaius, I>, 

93-007703 
Kleynhans, Cornoliua J, 

93-009359 
Klinge, N. 

95-009397 

95-009309 
Klontz, G. W. 

95-008445 



FR 40(4) 



242 



AUTHOR INDEX 



George M. 



.. 

floi 'acl. t N. V. 

93-009498 
"Mchko, 0. S, 
, '3-00770^4 

"'ght, J. 

. '5-OO7705 
""Slit, Jeremy G. 

'5-009607 

ki ehL. S. S. 



bolocli. Lynda H. 

55-OGS935 
tl, Kay L. 

55-OG7706 

U, Melvln II. 

55-006900 
over, T. 



95-OO77G9 

udsen, C. M. 
95-00915B 
idsen, P. K. 



Hlroshl 
- 00 S 026 
ashl, H. 



'5-008587 

bayashl, T, 

95-007961 
bsyahi, Donald R. 

55-009499 

ari, K. M. 



Koch , c . 

55-007831 



Kock, Guul.er 

95-00733^ 

95-OO766II 
Koffljherg, Ker.a 



95-OOB267 

loh, Jcong-Rftck 

95-OO9196 
KoMfl. Hiiaanori 

95-OOB055 
KoMer, Christopher C, 

95-00725H 
totiler, N. E. 

95-008765 
Kojiria, Itlsao 

95-007692 
Kol'tsov, D. V. 



Kolar, '/.vanimLc I. 

95-007573 
Kolasa, Jucck 

95-009053 

95-009208 
Knlekar, V. 

95-008085 
Kolcsnikov, V. fi. 

95-0095CO 
Koljonen, Marja-Lllaa 

95-008QS3 
tollevng, A. 

95-OOS714 
Kollnor, B. 

95-C07625 

B, I . 



M, 



- 008942 



, . .CONTINUED. . . 
Komarevtsev, B. I. 

95-009259 
Komat.su, T. 

95-0007',6 
Komlyama , N . 1] . 

95-007672 
Koiido i Sliigctru 

95-007'*93 
Kondolf, G, MaLhias 

95-009360 
Kondrashcv, S , L. 

95-007707 
Konecki , John T. 

95-007708 
Konecny , Robert 

95-000762 

KonlkoEf, Mark 

95-007075 

95-009'i85 

KonovaLenko , S. I. 

05-009260 
Koiistant.lnov, A. S. 

95-008291 

Korsmeycr, K. E. 

95-0074B6 

95-007709 

Korting, Wolfgang 

95-008790 
Korzeniewski , Krzyaztof 

95-008843 
Koahkln, V. L. 

95-009260 
Kosltir, Maria 

95-008155 
Kostialnen, Itnuno 

95-00922'i 
Kosiigl, Kyo 

95-007710 
KnBs-.alinskl, Henryk 

95-009380 
Kou, G.-ll. 
95-008659 
95-008602 
Koiunana, J. T. M. 

95-0075119 
Kouraoundouros , G. 
95-007'.92 
95 -00 7 'i94 
Koupal, Keith D. 
95-007/.28 
95-009199 
Kauri 1, J. 
95-007555 
95-007669 
Kouril, Jan 

95-007222 
Kovac, Vladimir 

95-OOB086 
Kovacs, T. G. 
95-008948 
Kowalewska, Malgorzata 

95-OQB8't3 
Koyama, Tatsuya 

95-007954 
Kozlov, A. A, 
95-009239 
Kozlowski, Jacck 

95-007350 
Kraak, Michiel H. S. 

95-000937 
Kraal, Marco II, 

95-000937 
Kramheclt, H. J. 

95-007229 
Kramer, Donald E. 
95-008333 



FR 



243 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Km.snowskl , 1'aul 

95-009054 
Kraul, S. ,\,, .Jr. 

95-007570 
Kraus , Frd 

95-009055 
Kraus , Scott 

95-009507 
Krause, JGSIS 

95-008030 
Krayuslikina, I.. S, 

95-<107711 

95-007712 
Krecger, John M. 

95-008541 
Kremen , Claire 

95-009056 
Kcess, yvonnc 

95-008689 
Krleger , JeaneLtfi 

95-007955 
Kriksunov, Vc. A. 

95-009361 
Krings , Lisa K. 

95-C1WQ5 
Krishnalah, N. V. 

95-007103 
Krislof Ferson, H, Keith 

95-009362 
Krivctienkci, Alexander 1. 

95-007898 
Krivospiichonko, 5. G. 

95-009500 

95-009501 
Krogdatil, A, 

95-007576 
Krogh, Peter 

95-007360 
Kroon, F. J. 

95-OOT72A 
Krovnin, A. S. 

95-009^.61 
Kcpal, Jaroslav 

95-008000 
Ktufjor, 11. 

95-006938 
Kirimi, Howard 

95-007302 

93-007W5 

95-007599 

9'5-OOIi772 
Ktyshev, 1. 1. 

9-5-00&039 
Kryvi, II. 

93-008706 
Kryvi, Ilakon 

95-007104 
Kubecka, J, 

95-009U6 
Kubecka, Jan 

95-009114 
Kiibiak, T, J. 

93-008910 
KuchacsJia, Kntarayna 

95-007350 
Kwdoh, Takaya 

95-ooawi 

Kwehn, fion I. 

93-003850 
Kuklinsha, Bozena 

95-009303 
KuXraJa, Tacun 

95-008309 
Kumagai, ISlroshl 

95-0076'i6 
Kumar, A. 

95-007471 



Kumar, II. D. 

95-009106 
Kmnar, N. 

95-009363 
Kiunai:, S. K. Sanjcev 

95-0077L3 
Kuniariignrti, A, K. 

95-008660 
Kumaraiah, P . 

95-009550 
Kuinariali, 1*. 

95-007236 
Kuo, Cli Ing -Fling 

95-007267 
Kuo, T. F. 

95-008447 
Kuo, Tzong-Fu 

95-008551 

95-009533 
Kurata, 0, 

95-007814 
Kuratli, G. 

95-0086H/. 

95-009715 
KurUa, J. 

95-ooeono 

Kuroe f K. 

95-008(301 
Kushnlrov, D. 

95-007196 
Kusmln, -S. Yu. 

95-007303 
Kusuda, It. 

95-000570 

95-008601 
Kusuda, Rllclil 

95-QOB553 
Kuwahara, K. 

95-009557 
Kuz'mln, Vo. V. 

95-007714 
KiiznaLsov, V, A. 

95-OOQ29.1 
Kuznctauva, Ye. H. 

95-0080(17 
Kvarnctno, Chariot t ft 

95-008032 
Kyle, Gary 11. 

95-009299 
Laal, A. K. 

95-009304 
Lacroix, GillcM I.. 

95- 0088*1 'i 
Lacroix, H, 

95-007225 
Lngarderc , Franco! no 

95-00(1276 
LaRnrdore, J. I J . 

95-007310 
Laha, G. G. 

95-008456 

95-008653 

95-008777 
Lai, N. C. 

95-007/186 

95-00764.1 

95-007709 
Laldig, Thomas E. 

95-009435 
Lakatoa, Gy, 

95-007223 
Lakatos, Gyuln 

95-009312 
Lakahmanan, M, A. V. 

95-007224 
Lakshmi, C. Vijaya 

95-008791 



FR 40(4.) 



244 



AUTHOR INDEX 



. . .CQST1KUED. . . 
ldV.-sh.ni , C . Vljnjra 



95-008818 
LakshnL, S. Jhansl 



La ley^i, Ph. 

95-OQSC33 
Lai I, SatitoHli P. 

95-O07341 
Lallcs, J. P. 

9VD07336 
La.M, T. J. 

95-007331 

95-OQ7fi3O 

95-007718 
La^js, J. 

95-GD8609 
Lajitert , Derek 

95-007396 

95-QOH08H 
Lfl_-ilberli, Gary A. 

95-009365 
tarioilt h Michael ![. 

95-DQB22S 
L-a/xm c , K , 

95-OQW.3 

Lan, ShLb-Chlch 

95-007590 
L a n a r 1 , [> . 

95-007344 
Lance, V. A. 

95-007600 
Laadfalil. II. 

95-007107 
LantfoH, H. L. 

95-008379 
Lanrfolt, Marsha I,. 



Landry, Anilrn- M, , Jr. 
Lan-ds-bcrg, J. El. 

ac&i 

g, Jan I!, 



9S-008BGO 

Lange , ttobcrt E. 
95-009100 

l-ankl nc-ii,. Yrjo 



kan, James R. 
9i-00708'i 
Aira. S. E. 



95-006716 
95-008717 
9i-0fl&71& 
95-OOB7BB 
)ko 4 V, V, 



95-OU6292 
95-001^33 
95-009534 

1-aprlsB, R, 
95-GQ8362 

Mprl sc , Re jean 
95-D09502 

l^t-ertas, J, 

fls-oaa'.ai 

LaieTias, J. C, 
95-008165 

Laccnas, J. L, 
95-0094^8 

Latoctie, M. 
45-007336 



... CONTINUED, .. 
Laroclie, M. 

95-00747Q 

05-007907 
I.acoche, Michel 

95-000551 
I.arscheid, Joe G. 

95-009165 
Larscn, B. K. 

95-00773^ 
Lnrsen, Donald A. 

95-007148 
Larscn, J. L. 

05-008582 

95-008608 
Larson, Gary L. 

95-008334 
Larson, Marlt 

95-009366 
Larson, Ralph J. 

95-009528 
Larson, Stephanie 

95-009592 
Larson, Vickie L. 

95-009115 
Larsson, Per 

95-008877 
Laacaux, J. -Hare 

95-009099 
Lassanyi, Mary E. 

95-007105 
Lassuy, Dennis R. 

95-0001B6 
LaTrace, C. 

95-OOB78G 
Laub, [{. J. 

95-007789 
Laudn, K. A. 

95-008716 

95-008717 

95-008718 
Lander, George V. 

95-007675 
Laukkanen, Ecro 

95-009122 
Laiishman, Roger H. 

95-007946 
Lavcns , p. 

95-007332 

95-007346 
Laverock, M. J. 

95-008940 
Law, V. K. 

95-007248 
Lawrence, M. L. 

95-008554 
Lawson, L. A. 

95-008623 
Lazar, Rod lea 

95-008978 
Lazorchak, Jamos M. 

95-OOS9G7 
Lazzari, A. 

95-0072B8 

95-007715 
Le Bail, P. Y. 

95-007736 
Le Ball, P.-Y. 

95-007716 
Le Bihan, J. 

05-007429 
Le Francois, N, 

95-007225 
Lea, Barbara Chudzik 

95-008555 
Leach, Laura C. 

95-009096 



245 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Leary. Leslie A. 

95-009057 

Lcnry. Rnbb f. 

95-007150 

95-009187 

Leather, Gprnlil K. 

93-001000 
Leather land, John F. 

95-OQ7B97 
Loaute, Jean-Plfirre 

95-009503 
Leavilt , Po Lei' R. 

95-009305 

Lebar, Kcnnet.li H. 

95-GQ9I62 

95-009188 

95-0091&9 

l.eberg, Paul I.. 

95-007956 
LeBlanc, P. J. 

95.-QQ77L7 
Lecart, P, 

95-0071Q& 
LeClerc, Gilles M. 

95-007925 
Locomte, Jacqueline 

95-008705 
Lee , Anna 

95-009057 
Lee, D. 

95-0083'tO 
Lee, Chung- Lyul 

95-008398 
Lee, Dennis P. 

95-009058 
Lee, Jeong-Woo 

95-009504 
Lee, Jong Vim 

95-007719 
Lee, K. V. 

95-009<tl5 
Lee, K.-K. 

95-008502 
Lee, Kang-lto 
95-007693 
Lee, H.-K. 

95-OD8685 
Lee, Mci-Kuei 
95-0089^1 
LCD, Myullg-Jjl 
95-007683 
95-007699 
Lee, Nara-Geoul 

95-007377 
Ice, S. H. 

95-007697 
Lee, S, T. L, 
95-007718 
Lee, S.-C. 

95-007952 
Lee, Sang-Hin 

95-007719 
Lee, T. 11. 

95-007720 
Lee, Tae-Won 
95-009505 
Lee , Wade 

95-008361 
Lee, Melton L. 

93-009571 
Lee, Vong-Chul 



Lefevre, F. 

95-007479 
Leff r Craig S, 

95-OD96tQ 



Lefkovi tK, Naomi il. 

95-00^537 
Lchtinen, Karl J. 

95-008931 
Lelnonen, Kalovi 

93-009140 
l.eiro, J. 

95-008609 
Leitncr, Jenn 

95-007913 
Leitner, Jean K. 

95-007721 
I.ejemie, Pic ere 

95-007'i7'i 

95-008160 
Lck , Sovan 

95-009099 
Lolck, Autcm 

95-009357 
Leiekov, S. G. 

95-00 83S5 
Lent?-, David C. 

95-009336 
LenKi, M. 

95-007265 
Leonard, Sltivaun 

95-007245 
Lconettl, Frank E. 

95-0079't? 
LeonK, J - C. 

95-007790 

95-008686 

95-008713 

95-008719 

95-0007511 
Laong, Jo-Ann 

95 -007941 
Lesis, J. W. 

95-008774 
Leslie, John K. 

95-0()fl33. r . 
Lester, R. J. G. 

95-008761 
LeTcndi-Ci, Gerard C, 

95-009300 
Levi r D. 

95-008280 
Levine, It. P. 

95-008556 
Levingn, C. D. 

95-009506 
Levings, Colin D. 

95-007289 
Levy, David A, 

95-009367 
LewbiirL, Gregory 

93-OOB644 
Lcwtiact, Gtugoty A. 

95-007380 

95-007722 

95-007759 

95-008435 

95-flOH625 

95-008869 
Lewis, Brent L. 

95-008918 
Lewis, Grant L. 

95-000228 
Lewis, J. W. 

95-007807 

93-008813 

93-008814 
Li Jim 

93-007342 
Li Van an 

95-007723 



FR 40C4) 



246 



IMS 





t.odiniium, H. 

( l'>-I)()7 ( )an 
Lock, II- A. i!. 

<J!)-(l()ft')(i!i 
l,oil(',.', Iravtil H. 

l,i. cw, K. U. 




I.IIIIMH , i). I'. 
')!i-l)Wl')'.:> 

], milliard, II. 

'JVOil/IWI 
l.omliiii I i>, Ant on I 

WHOM'!/ 

l,t)ll<> , K . I' . 



[.nl'i'ii/ii, A. 

1:111 Cll/,0, J . M. 

Ti-ODI 

I.OIII, I''. 

<)'i (()' 
l,niV., II. V. 

S., .If. 

Lintimw, Konfitanly 

'j'i-lHl'J'HKi 
l.oli , It. C. 



[,nl t ii, .ln!u>|'li W. , Jr. 

j'i-iKHi'j/i'. 
I, ill 1 il, .[oiK'ph Wl I lliuil, .ll' 



1,1111, ])IHI(! (', 

i'. i 1 

V I " I 

I.IJIt, l ; . 
l.iivc., Nuncy K. 
l.ovivjoy, Nnllinn It. 
Lovnll, It. T. 



l,i)voll , Rnmlolph -1. 

0.1-007/130 
Uwnll, Ulchnrd T. 

95-0073A9 

9D-007HBO 
95-000300 



3.A7 1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Lovik, P. 

95-006595 
Lowe, P. 

95-008857 
Lozano-V. , H. Loiirdes 

95-0(19102 
Lu, J--K. 

s.i -0088*6 

95-008945 
Lu, . 

95-QOB750 
Lucas, H. C, 

')5-007728 
Ludwlg, Bryan 

95-009191 
Ludwig, Gerald H. 

95-007227 
Lurtwlg, J. P. 

95-008910 
Luor, C. A. 

95-007782 
Luft, J. C. 

95-007746 
Lugll, Marco 

95-0081)35 
Lumsden, J. S. 

95-007729 

95-008557 
Lundberg, B. 

95-008229 
Luoma, Tiina 

95-009224 
Lupi, P. 

95-0074B2 

95-007488 
Lupiani, B, 

95-008720 
Luquet, P. 

95-007421 
Lusk, Stanislav 

95-007730 

95-007731 

95-008337 

95-009117 

95-009366 
Luskova, Vera 

95-007730 

95-007731 
Lutcavage, Holly 

95-009507 
LuLea, Paul B. 

95-007333 
Luzier, J. H. 

95-007343 
Luzzana, U. 

95-007344 
Lydeard, Charles 

95-007959 

95-008401 

95-009369 
Lygren, B, 

95-00855B 
Lynch, V. H. 

95-008559 
Lyng, F. 

95-007757 
Lyon, John Crimson 

95-0.09060 
Lyons, John 

95-009370 
Lyons, H. 

95-007757 
Ma, PoKay H. 

95-007498 



...CONTINUED... 
Ha, PoKiiy M. 
95-007499 
Mabee, Paulii H. 

95-000<t02 
MacAtatmiey, Dnvc 

95-00955J 
MncDonald, C. A. 

95-OOH452 
Macdouald, C. 11. 

95 -00 09 40 
Hacdonald, .), A. 

95-007545 
Hacdonnld, John M. 

95-00950B 
HacDonalil, Leu 11. 

95-009097 
MacDougal, K. C. 
95-007732 
95-OOHH82 
MacDougall, tJ, 
95-0072R6 
95-OOBH3J 
Hachena, C. 

95-009311 
Machiels, H. A. H. 

95 -0090 7 2 

Machordom, A. 

95-00793U 

95-008403 

Hacias-Zamore, Rune 

95-009509 
Mackenzie, S. 
95-007733 
Mncleod, L. 

95-008U47 
HacPhee, U. D. 

95-008557 
Madlcolas, Adrian 

95-008177 
Hadsen, H. S. 
95-007734 
Madzlar, Maria 

95-007351 
Mae, fiidoo 

95-0076'.6 
Maekawa, K. 

95-007635 
Haeno, V. 

95-008000 
Haeno, Yuklo 
95-000732 
Macntro, M. A. 

95-007752 
Hugo Lliacs, M, F. 

95-009320 
Mngnrlnoa, 11. 
95-008560 
95-008586 
Hagnuson, John J. 

95-009066 
Magnuason, K jar tan G. 

95-009262 
Magaulns, A. 
95-007960 
Magnrran, Anne E. 

95-008017 
Mahajan, Honlka 

93-008310 
Mahendrakat, N. S, 

95-0075/.8 
Haher, Robert J. 

95-009371 
Mahnken, Conrad 

95-009118 

Hohnken, Conrad V, W. 
95-007148 



FR 40(41 



248 



AUTHOR INDEX 



...CONTINUED. , . 
rtaJiiiVeri, Conrad V, W. 

95-007155 

95-007136 

95-007169 

95-007173 

95-009171 
.HalKH, JcfCery L. 



MsMhiot, Kristin F. 



KjiJlloL, V. 

95-009362 
Malta, Masashi 

93-007522 
M.ikoyevH, A. P, 

95-009119 
Kakslnonkovi V. V. 



M^lek, K. A. 

55-009822 
Ha In tin ska, I,, 

95-007669 
HJlik, E. 

95-007223 
M-=ilisui t Joffrny A, 

95-OQ73&9 
M,illa Keddy, P. 

95-008946 
ManaHg, S , S. 



HiTicarK, A. 

95-007'i31 
M.iTicara, Anrlr/.eJ 

95-007170 

95-007350 
Ma-Una, K. J[. 

95-OOJ1&1 
HaijjDk. <', 

95-oose; 1 ) 



95-007278 



A. 



ManLrc, Charles A. 
95-00/791 

Ha rim, B, q. 



H^nn. Jljirt In J . 

95-IMID2?] 
Manrs. RLclsard 1L K. 



95-0091B1 

MJLLnliTg, I J . El. 

95-008521 
M.inz, I). 

95-OOfl'nOO 
Mao Eiluijlatl 

95-0117/33 
Maraud!;, jGtcy 

95-011919'! 
Marc, A, H. 

95-007736 
M.irrtj, II. E. 

95-007859 
HaicTi, I'aul E, 

95-007737 
Merchant, ,J. A. 

95-007120 
M-archalfirra, Marp,ac(!t A. 

95-007507 

95-007937 
Marrtiattl, hi, 



Marcoglicsc, D. J. 
95-008771 

Marconato, A, 
95-009138 



HaL-conato, Andrea 

95-007^7'. 
Harek, Jan 

95-008947 
Mariu-Magan, V. 

95-OOS03fi 
Harin, G. 

95-007901 

95-008138 
Marino, G. 

95-00726', 
Marino , Giovanna 

95-007'.G5 
Markevlch, A. I . 

95-OQ9S11 
Marking, L. L. 

95-008629 
Marks, Jennifer A. 

95-007180 
Marley, Garry H, 

95-007779 
Marlowe, Chris toplicr 

95-009202 
Haroy, T. 

95-OOB595 
Marsden, M. J. 

95-0076711 

95-008561 
Maraden, M. W. 

95-007109 
Marshall, Christopher J. 

95-009018 
Marshall, Frank E. 

95-009*.39 
Harteijn, Eric C. L. 

95-009290 
Martel, P. H. 

95-008948 
Mar tern 'yanov, V. I. 

95-008H/.8 
Martin, J. L. 

95-00713'. 
Martin, J.-L. 

95-00709S 
Martin, S. W. 

95-000;. 79 
Martin, Sabinn 

95-OOH925 
Hartincau, I). 

95-0086B8 
Mfirlineau, Daniel 

95-008707 
Martinoz, Pat 

95-009'. 18 
Martinez , Patrick 

95-009612 
Martinson, B. 

95-008562 
Marty, Gary D. 

95-007738 

95-007739 
Martyniak, Andrzej 

95-009303 
Marwitz, Todd D. 

95-008115 

95-008294 
Mane, V. 

95-0088'iG 

95-0089'iS 
Maslin, J. L. 

95-007910 
Mason, Lyle K. 

95-009419 
Massabuau, J.-C. 

95-007629 
Massik, Z. 

95-007171 



AUTHOR INDEX 



JMSllda, II. 

05 -QO 7961 
HflSiioki), I- 

1)5-00761)0 
ffalcna, .1. 

95-0082.12 
Hntona, Josef 

95-OOH171 

OS -009 '(20 
!fal.1ioncy, Matthew P., IV 

95-OQB172 
Mdtlieson, R. . Jr- 

95-008138 
M=i thews, C. J. 

95-007648 
flathcws. Stephen B, 



MathieseH, Claes K. 

55-007110 
Mathur, Anil K. 



Matishov, I). G. 

95-008950 
Hatlsliov, G. G. 

95-008950 
Hatsubara, Takahiro 

95-007740 
Hatsuishi, Takashi 

95-007962 
Ha t sunn ra, Kozaburo 

95-007172 
Matsunaga, Katsuliiko 

95-009372 
Matsiinaga, Takeshi 

95-007903 
Hatsuno, Vasulilsa 

95-007634 

Hatsuoka, Satoru 

95-008732 
Ha t B uu ra , Vas unobu 

95-QD810Q 
HatHinira, VoVo 

9:1-007771 
Hatsuyama, MlchLya 

95-007291 
Siatthews, Elizabeth 

95-009512 
Matthews, R. A. 

95-008663 
Matthews, Sue 

95-OOSH61 
Matthews, William J. 

95-007936 
Hattsson, Kaj 

95-008931 
Matuila, Ko 

95-009261 
Hatz, Stuart P, 

95-007500 
Mauchline, John 

95-008363 
Maughan, 0, E. 

95-007'<22 
Haughan, o. Eugene 

95-007206 
Maule. A. G, 

95-007741 
Haxlmenko, v. I. 

95-007376 
Haxtmovich, A. A. 

95-007742 
Hiwvell, Jessica 

95-009373 
May, E. B. 

95-008899 
May, Eric B. 

95-008449 



...CONTINUED, . . 

May, Eric H. 

95-008150 

95-000631 

95-000792 

95-008922 

Hayama, Hlrnshl 

95-008364 
Hayden, ItlcliaL-d L. 

05-009369 
Mnyer, Foster L. 

95-007138 
Mayer, Lawrence M. 

95-0091B3 

Maynard, Deamond J. 
95-007155 
95-007173 
95-009173 
Mazzola, A. 

95-00726O 
HcAdoo, Lc.wls M. 

95-0093 7 \ 

McAfee, Mary 

95-009192 

95-00930/1 

McAllister, K. 

95-OOB59G 
McAllister, P. 

95-008605 

McAllister, Philip K. 
95-000721 
95-OOH722 
95-000723 
95-00872* 
95-008723 
95-008726 
95-008737 
McAnilrew, II . J . 

95-008413 
McArdlo, Deborah. A. 

95 -009 45 O 
McCain, IK U. 

95-008956 
McCnnt, D. n. 

95-0076C2 
McCartney, M. I 1 . 

95-OOUB5B 
McCarUy , C . EugQin; 

95-009513 
HcClanahan, Lon 1,. 

95-00766'+ 
McClannliati i Timol-hy K. 

95-008233 
McCorniick, -J . Howard 

95-007092 

HeConiiick , .1 . I . 

95-0007:13 

95-000791! 

McCormick, S to.ptittn I). 

95-OOai'iO 
HcCrcady, T. 
95-008787 
McCulloch, Drucc Reiil 

95-00823'. 
McCullough, F. S. 

95-OOQS22 
McDonald, John K. 

95-007713 
McDonald, Lyman L. 

95-008832 
McDonald, S. 
95-009011 
McDonald, S, J. 

95-OOG951 
McDonald, Susanna J, 

95-008649 

McDonald, Thomas J. 
95- 0088 34 



FR 40(4) 



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1991 



AUTHOH INDEX. 



.., CONTINUED... 
McDonald, Thomas J. 



McDowalL, B. H. 

95-006339 
HcDos-eU, T- S. 

93-OOB63B 
McFacJiran, John D. 

93-008952 
McEachron, Laurence Vf. 

95-009212 

95-00*1213 

95-009513 
McElroy, Douglas M. 

95-009^06 
HcEwan, K. 

95-0084 HH 
McFarLand, V. A. 

95-007662 
HcGse, Stevo 

95-009179 
Hc.Geer, J, C,. 

95 -007 7'. 1 
HcGilllvray. Dorceti M. 

95-008527 
McGluness, Kellio I.. 

95-008952 
JlcGlathery, Karen J. 

95-009514 
McCiicr In, Joseph 

95-007174 
HcEfaLttm, Russell 

95-009V23 
^[c^{cllry, M. q. 

95-OOB029 
Hcliitosh, U. 

95-0081+90 
[Eckuo-vii, Drlan A. 

95-008933 
^!cKill^Jcn, C. L. 

95-OQ852T> 
HcKlnnQll, Skip 

95-00923'. 
KcKiiLalU, Uiane H. 

95-009066 
McLaren, James W. 



HcL-aughUii, El, J. 

95-009515 
Hcl.can, H. 

95-007109 
HcLcuiian, DoJjorali A. 

95-003037 
Hcl.ougliUn, H. F. 

95-003733 

95-000793 
HcMamiH, I., T. 

95-009525 
KcHaster, A. T. 

95-007423 
HcMLnhael, R. IE., Jr. 

95-009515 
McMillan, Charm Ion 11. 



McMillan, W. Owen 
95-OQ7963 

HcHaraara, Tracey S. 



HcWeely, Jeffrey A. 



He Weil, Raymond 

95-OOB173 
HcPhnll, C. D. 

95-007119 
HcPhall, J. D. 

95-00796A 
HcPhall, John D. 

95-007905 



McPhorson, A. B. 

95-0083 <tQ 
McQueen, D. J. 

95-0082'.9 
HcRae, C. L. 

95-008692 
Meacham, Charles P. 

95-009062 
Head, S. L. 



Measures, L. N. 

95-008669 
Mecattl, M. 

95-007482 

95-0074B8 
Hedlavllla, D. 

95-0077^5 
Medina, A. 

95-007190 
Medina, J. H. 

95-000884 
Medina, H. J. B. 



Medley, P. A. II. 

95-009472 
Meier, W. 

95-006677 
Meinhardt, Hans 

95-007501 
Heismer, Steven H. 

95-009154 
Melard, C. 

95-007228 

95-007624 
Meiarii, Ch. 

95-008033 
Helby, H. P. 

95-008748 
Melingcn, G. 0. 

95-008595 
Meilergaard, Stlg 

95-008728 
Melotti, P. 

95-007330 
Mendel, G. W, 

95-007912 
Henen, Jean- Francois 

95-007B19 
Menezes , G. C. 

95-007840 
Meng, Lesa 

95-009437 
Mcngclers, M. J. D. 

95-008480 
Mcnon, A. G. K. 

95-008712 
Menu, llruno 

95-007292 
Mercer, G. 

95-008926 
Merceron, M. 

95-007166 
Hercliie, G. 

95-0073H6 
Merenlenrter, Adina M. 

95-009056 
Merlcko, P. 

95-008882 
Merle, G, 

95-008703 
Merrifleld, John 

95-009063 
Merron, Glenn S, 

95-007460 

95-008341 
Mesamer, Rhine T. 

95-009325 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Metealfe, Chris D. 

95-0061352 
Hetcnlfc, Neil II. 

95-006016 
HelcalCe, Trnc.y L. 

95-008852 
Melon, I . 

95-007745 
Meyer, Axel 

95-007959 

95-C07965 

95-OOB401 
Meyer, Kelly J. 

95-C0932(t 
Meyers , Samuel P. 

95-00955', 
Meyer5, T. R. 

95-OOB729 
Hez, Konstanze 

95-008979 
Hlcarcili, P. 

95-007265 
Micha, J. C. 

95-007312 

95-007624 
Michel, C. 

95-008563 
Middaugh, Douglas P. 

95-008907 
Hidtlyne, P. J. 

95-00856'! 
Hihara, Shi gem 

95-007710 
Mikawa, h'aoml 

95-007904 
Mikhoev, V. N. 

95-008038 
Mikheev, Viktor N. 

95-008039 
Mikheyev, V. N. 

95-008040 

Mlkkelsen, Paula M. 

95-009(150 
Mlklosl, Adam 



Hikolajcayk, Tomasa 

95-007571 
Milan! , A. 

95-008638 
Millar, Harvey H. 

95-0091*8 
Miller, Jessica 

95-009438 
Miller, Keith E. 

95-009045 
Miller, Michael C. 

95-OOTM9 
Miller, M. W. 

95-007746 

95-008623 
MLllcr, Scott A. 

95-007175 

95-007191 
Hllligan, C. Louise 

95-007672 
HUner, George D. 

95-009173 
Hllstein, A. 

95-007229 
Kims, Steven D. 

95-007200 

95-007256 

95-007347 

95-007878 
Hinkklnen, Steven P, 

93-007239 



...CONTINUED.. . 
MinkkiUGii, Steven P. 

95-009193 
Minos, G. 

95-007502 
Mires, Dan 

95-007230 
Hlronov, S. G. 

95-007363 
Miskliimlii, Hrenda H. 

95-009305 
Mitchell, A. J. 

95-008794 
Mitchell, Andrew J, 

95-007131 
Mitchell, Dill 

95-00812'. 
Mitclicll, H. E. 

95-009515 
Mltema, E. 

95-0011930 
MHra, P. H. 

95-008139 

95-009263 
Mitson, II. II. 

95-009.120 
Mittellmcd, C. G. 

95-008242 
Mitirn, Chlcmi 

95-0077't? 
Miurn, Nobuaki 

95-008296 
Miurn, Takeshi 

95-0077'.? 

95-0077'.8 
Mlyakoalil, Vasuyuki 

95-008174 
Miyamoto, Voahinori 

95-009153 
Miyasakl, Taiko 

95-007749 
Hiyata, II. 



95-0009') 5 
Miyata, M. 

95-008365 
Mlyoahi, Kiyoliaru 

95-007G'.6 
Mlzell, Mci'lc 

95-OOQ7B2 
Ml7.ii t, Janet A. 

95-008342 
Mo, T. A. 

95-008795 
Nodclc, Timothy 

95-009fi05 
Moena, L. 

95-008811 
MofEett, Mary F. 

95-008997 
MoEEitt, Clififltinc H. 

95-008566 

95-008367 
Mohamed, A. R. H. 

95-008343 
Moklitnr, Hazlln B, 

95-007H62 
Molinoro, A. 

95-007750 
Mollenhauer, Diotoi- 

95-009357 
Molnar, K. 

95-008796 
Moloncy, Coleen L. 

95-009226 
Honda 1 - S r K, 



AUTHOR INDEX 



...COMTIfiUED... 

KcnJal, S. K. 

95-007235 

95-OQB646 
Kontelro, Carlos Costa 



HoitLer.ia.yor Leal , Jesus 



Mcmwuayor-Lopea!, Gabriel* 

95-OQ9S95 
Mont gonery, W. Linn 



Kaon h T. H. 
95-007567 
35-007620 
95-O07751 
95-OQ7752 

Hoaro. Barry C. 
95-009291 

Moore. J. fl. 
95-OQB56H 

BOOTS. H. N. 



Moore. Stephen E, 

95-00833** 
Kara, H. A. 

95-008910 
Marges, C, 

95-OOV753 

93-007754 

95-007B10 
Haralos-Hln, l)p:it_riz 

95-O074QV 
Ma ran, P. 

95-ODJ973 



Mar;ivoc t F. 

95-00^707 
Moriiontl, 0, 

95-007330 
Mijreira, Frnti 

95-OD9O60 
Mo r Ran , C , 



Morgan, J, D , 

95-007BC9 
Marggin, ^L K . 

95-OOB7H1 
Mori. I. 

95-007823 
Mar!, Scllcld 

95-006363 
Mai-lkaua, Toliru 



Marln, Roderick 

95-009:373 
Horlug,, John R- 

95-009 m 

95-009204 
Horloka, Tiilxo 

95-009206 
Horlsann, Sachiko 

flS-007503 
Korlta, ,J. 

95-008570 
Horll?., Craig 

95-007966 
Horlyama , Slumauke 

95-OD7690 



Horlaot, Donald C, 

95-OD93.2H 
Korlzur, V. 

95-ODQ572 
Korley, H. J. 



Morris, Carl H. 
95-OD&911 



Morris, D. 

95-007756 
Morrison, C. M. 

95-00(t'.52 

Morrison, CaroL H. 
95-007504 
95-009645 
Morrison, D. 
95-008665 
Morrison, E. E. 

95-008617 
Morrison, J. R. 

95-008442 
Morrison, Scott F. 

95-00834't 
Morris sey , John F. 

95-007929 
Morrisscy, M. T. 

95-009558 
Mosa, S. G. 

M- 009343 
Mosconi, G. 
95-007330 
95-007762 
Moshu, A. J. 
95-008443 
Moss, Brian 

95-007/.45 
Mostafa, Kamal A.. 

95-007270 
Mothers!!!, C. 

95-007757 
Hotoraatu, Keiichiro 

95-008023 
Hotoniahi, N. 
95-OOB7flB 
Mott, Donald F. 

95-007112 
Hourich, D. V. 

95-007790 
Motis, P. J. 

95-009072 
Moxey, Michael Bruce 

95-008295 
Moyle, I'eter D. 

95-009437 

Mudcrhwa, N. 

95-008236 

Mueller, Gordon 

95-009195 

95-009606 

Mueller, Karl U. 

95-009517 
Muhar, S. 
95-00935'. 
95-009376 
Mulr, J. 

95-007113 

Hulr, J. F. 

95-007080 

95-007083 

Muir, James F. 

95-007102 
Mukai, Yukinori 

95-007758 
MuVhopadhyay, P. K. 

95-007207 
Muller-Feuga, A. 

95-007442 
Huller, Gabi 
95-007505 
Mulvey ( Joseph F. 

95-007506 
Mulvey, Margaret 

95-008953 
Munaainghe, L, C, 
95-007432 



FR 40(4) 



253 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Humiay, Barry L. 

95-008433 
MimkitLrlck, Kelly R, 

95-009003 
Himn, H. 

95-01)8717 
Hunn, Colin I!, 

95-008535 
Munro, A. L. S. 

95-01)8745 
Munro, Gordon R. 

95-009264 
Munshi, J. S. D. 

95-007777 
Muoenke, MaiH'ic-e 

95-009212 
Murad, Ajrnal 

95-007667 
Murakami , Hiroki 

95-007967 
Hurase, Teruaki 

95-007876 
Muroga, K, 

95-OOS730 

95-008734 
Huroga, Kiyokunl 

95-008735 
Murphy, B. R. 

95-007562 
Murphy, Brian R, 

95-008191 

95-008278 
Murphy, Dennis D. 

95-009056 
Murphy, Rhonda 

95-007759 
Murphy, William F. 

95-009064 

95-009065 
Hurray, A. 

95-007158 
Murray, James 

95-007760 
Hurray, S. 

95-009227 
MurLhy, C. H. R. K. 

95-007103 
Murugesan, A. G. 

95-008954 

95-008955 
Murugesan, V. K, 

95-007236 
Hushiake, Kelichl 

95-007348 
Huslck, John A. 

95-007638 

95-007945 

95-008261 
Musil, Petr 

95-008237 
Mustafa, Saleern 

93-007262 
Mustafa, T. 

95-007761 
HuLh, Robert T. 

95-00915'; 
Mutharla, L. H, 

95-008497 

95-008571 
Hutoh, Takaahl 

95-008260 
Muzzall, Patrick H. 

95-008799 
Mwanja, Wilson 

95-007968 

Myers, Dean A. 

95-007937 



Myers, M. S, 

95-008023 

95-008868 

95-008942 

95-008956 

95-009006 
Myers, Taroi R. 

05-007937 
Na-Nakoni, Uthairnt 

95-008572 
Nnblaai, M. 

95-007762 
Nachtnebel, II. 1'. 

95-0093'iB 
Nndaln, K. C. R, 

95-008750 
Narttocllly, V. V. 

95 -009.1:) 3 

95-009534 
NtiGgcll , HmispuLei: 

1)5-008979 
Niifstad, P. J. It. 

95-007806 
Naaattama , Voglil Lakn 

95-(J077'i7 

95-0077'tH 
Nagal, Takn.shi 

95-0076'tf. 
Naganawa, Ka^iiyn 

95-008239 

95-008239 

95-008259 

95-008637 

95-008674 

95-00951B 
Nagatn, Mitauhiro 

95-00793A 
Nagcl, Laurn M. 

95-008411 
Naiman, H. J. 

95-009389 
Nniman, Robert J. 

95-OOQl/iO 

95-009059 

95-()0906fi 

95-009375 
Nnito, Ka^uaki 

95-008175 
Nakai, T. 

95-008730 

95-008734 
Hakni, Toalillilru 

95-008453 
Naki\l, Toahlhlro 

95-008735 
Nukajima, K. 

95-008731 

95-008800 
Nakajima, Kazulil ca 

95-008732 
Nakanuira, KBWOI-U 

95-007763 
Nakamurn, KaKiiyo 

95-000613 
Nakamura, Vosliiliiko 

95-009153 
Nakaniahlt T. 

95-006568 
Naltano, Uiroshi 

93-009206 
Nakano, Sliigeru 

95-009121 
Nakao, T. 

95-OOfl9/i5 
Nakata, Kaoru 

95-007815 



FR 



251, 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Nakatani , Keslilyu 

95-OOB10'} 
Nskalani, To.slilkuni 

95-ODB2'.0 

95-QOB2M 

95-008260 
*Jaka.zorw, Ahliiobu 

95-OOH02B 

95-008059 
San, Ki Wan 

95-008257 
fc'anba , tC . 

95-007827 

95-007894 

95- 008434 
Ifanda, SniuEiyeniLni 

95-008957 
fiara t Kazut.nstii 

95-007172 
Hash ImoU), KaLsuakL 

95-OOB023 
Nat, Merit. Program Colo, 

95-OOBJ45 
fiath, D. 

93-007231 

95-009150 
Nrittimilol, n. K\ibex 



Ka va i' LO- PC re x , Sorila 

95-0*15370 
Kavari'o, 1 , 



Ncal , Tom 

95-OIJ7'J 
Nthlncn, Hilla 
9^-onO - Jl'i 
i, II. Fl. 



Wolii-Jllfl, II, Iliiri-y 

95-(IO!167B 
(Icihai^cl , Timothy W. 



Nelll, M. !l. 

95-DOB176 
Nfllra, Rnbcrto 

91-008129 
NnllH, II, 

95- 007 11 f 
Hsllj, llann 

95-OOB5U 
Mai son , (! . A, 



Holsnu, It, V. 



Jiolson, 

95-0[)7'*aO 
Ncrnatlpmir, (!. It. 

93-0075(12 
Ncmcsck, J. 

95-OOQ9QO 
WemctR, Tiiociwis Ci. 

95-OQB591 

95-OI)9rj55 
NcraiJ, T. 

95-008667 
ii N. F. 



Hevitt, Gabrlclle A. 

95-Q07507 
Hew, Hicbaol 

95-007114 



Neuhey , K. R. 
95-009024 
Newhury, i'aul F. 

95-009573 
Ncivmnn, Michael C. 

95-000953 
Newman, Stephen J. 

95-009228 
NewstGd, J. L. 

95-008910 
News tod, John L. 

95-OOB95(J 
Newton, C. II. 
95-009471 
Nezjin , E . 

95-007166 
Ngathc, S. 

95-008930 
Nichol, Stuart T. 

95-008741 
Nichols, Peter D. 

95-0075fi4 
Nicholson, D. 
95-OOB685 
Nicholson, H. L. 
95-008736 
95-008742 
Nicieza, A. G. 

95-007508 
Niclii, Elizabeth 

95-008141 
Nickum, J, G. 
95-008454 
Nicolini, L. 
95-008514 
Niedoroda, Alan W. 

95-009439 
Nielsen, Else 

95-008728 
Mielseti, Jorgen G. 

95-008404 
Nielsen, Larry A. 

95-009067 
Hioveen, H. C. 

95-007765 
Nlewolak, Stanislaw 

95-009303 
Niina, llajime 

95-007634 

Nijhof, Mark 

95-007433 

Nlkinmaa, H. 

95-007766 

95-007870 

Nikinmaa, Mikko 

95-OOB990 

Nilaen, F. 

95-008657 

95-008664 

95-008683 

95-008783 

Nilasen, Kjell J. 

95-007776 
Nilsson, Anita 

95-008995 

Hilsson, G. E. 

95-007607 

95-007609 

Hilsson, Goran E. 

95-007767 

95-007768 

Nilsson, S. 

95-007560 

95-007685 

95-007769 

Nilsson, SteEan 

95-007605 



FR 



255 



AUTHOR INDEX 



liislllkilKil, YilSUO 

95-<H)fl222 
tlishiuka, R, S. 

95-00765'; 

95-007B23 
Hlshizawa, T. 

95-008730 

95-Q0873ti 
tiishi/aKii, Toyohiko 

95-008735 
NUi, I'. D. 

95-007716 
Mva, T, 

95-009155 
Six, J. 

95-008982 
Noble, A, 

95-OOS801 
fiocita, A. 

95-008159 
i>oe, Bryan D. 

95-007743 
Noel, 0. 

95-007716 
fioga, . 

95-008801 
Koga, E. J. 

95-008802 
Koga, Edward 

95-ooa<.&7 

Noga, Edward J. 

95-008573 

95-008630 
Soonan, Brian 

95-008574 
Noordlmis, Ruurd 

95-009290 
Norcvoss, Brcnda L. 

95-009577 
fiordrao, R. 

95-008575 
Human , Hazel J. 

95-009067 
Norraan, R. w, 

95-008781 
Norman, Hubert 

95-009423 
Norroant, Y. 

95-007300 
Morthcotc, Thomas G. 

95-008091 
Noskov, A. S. 

95-009265 
(Jovoa, B. 

95-DOSS31 

95-008699 

95-008736 
Novotny, Jerry F. 

95-007142 
Novy, Janes R. 

95-009324 
Novak, H. 

55-009*12 

95-009426 
Nowak, Halgorzata 

95-009613 
fioya, K, 

95-008560 

95-OOB743 
Soye, fl. J. 

95-009274 
Ntakimazl, G, 

95-009306 
Nunaehi, K, 

95-007961 

Ken-Ichl 

95-007962 



Nunec, Alex PIrea cln Olivcira 

95-007232 
HiuieK, B. ScotL 

95-007770 
Nunez, R, 

95-008586 
tfiiov , S . 

95-007233 

(Jyluiicl, A. 

95-008737 

95-00&730 

'Grlen, Harry 

95-000346 
O 'Connor, R. r. 

95-OOflO/ ( (l 
O'Connor, Brcnclan 

95-007434 
O'Dierno, Lliula J. 

95-009556 
O'Dowd, ft. H. 
95-008501 
O'Grady, H. 

95-009:179 

O'HaHoran, J, 

95-009327 

95-009344 

O'ltarEi, Ken 

95-009109 
O'llarii, Kenneth 

95-008117 
O'hUigin, Colra 

95-0079(19 
Oatea, David W. 

95-008'.05 
Obickcgilc, A. 
aii-OOflWS 
Obuchl, Takashi 

93-009232 
Oclii, Haruki 
95-ooao'.a 
Oc.hini, Maaako 

95-007569 
Odell, Daniel K. 

95 -O09'i 29 
Ogawa, K. 

95 -0006 BO 
95-008769 
Ogawa, Hizutio 

95-007771 
Ogle, E. Scott 

95-000980 
Oh, Nyung-Joo 

95-008739 
Oligai, Hideo 
95-007710 
Olikl, I, 

95-007854 
OhkubD, Shiii-lchi 

95-00817/ ( 
Ohkuna, Kaziimaaa 

95-008133 
Ohta, Hirrani 
95-007176 
Ohta, S. 

95-0088*16 

95-008945 

Ohta, Takauobu 

95-008059 
Ohtani-Kaneko, !t. 

95-007670 

Oikarl, Almo 

95-008990 

Oikawa, Shin 

95- 007772 

Oltetong, Evelyn 

95-009512 



FR 



256 



AUTHOR INDEX 



GJulkangas, Esa 

95-009122 
Ckflrfa, Edson XiyosM 

95-008109 
Okafor. N, 

95-008455 
Okarwio, K, 

95-007814 

95-008740 

95-OOH7BS 
Okarwto, Nolvuakl 

95-007522 

95-007701 
OkiMro, Hark 

95-UQ7779 
Ok la, L.eiuirii t 

95-00^377 
Ok.tir.ura, Ilitoml 

95-007773 
Okuzai-;.-!, Kojchl 

95-00777', 
OLcSbam, Thomas E. 

95-GQB327 
OLe sen, N- J . 

95-GQ869B 
Olivclra Rlbelro, G, A. 

95-00695'! 
OliveUa. R. F. 

95-007509 
Olivier, Jeari Michel 

95-009125 
Olla, U. L. 

95-007775 
dlncy, P. J. S. 

55-007397 

95-007398 

95-007399 
Olscn, Hfliiili 

95-007833 
Olsnci. Yngvai 1 A. 

^5-007776 
Oisgard, KroiJa 

95-009123 
Olson, Douglas E. 

95-007177 
Olson, K. R. 

95-007777 
Olson, Hark 11- 



Olson, 0. P. 



Olson, Hubert E. 

35-008B03 
Olsaont C- 



95-00777H 
OLvcira, J. G. 



Omal 'cliciiko, V, T. 

95-007970 
Oniorl, Kojl 

95-008012 

95-009266 
Onarhaim, Anne Mette 

95-008576 
Ondrlas, I. 

95-007502 
OngertLi, J. E. 

95-OQS581 
OnLlake t KDKUO 

95-007B75 
Oppcgaard, ]L 

95-OOB577 
Oppeihuizicn, An toon 

SS-DOQCOt 
Oproa, L. 

95-007115 



Opus/.ynski , K.irol 

95-00723', 
Orgtilg, Sandra 

'J5-007&02 
Qris, Jaiiins T, 



95-008895 
Orlov, A. H. 

95 -0083'. 7 
Otmond, U. I-'. G. 

95-009',72 
Orrcgo Vienna, Francisco 

95-009519 
Ortega, E. 

93-007597 
Ortcgo, Lisa S. 

95-007779 
Ort.h, Donald J. 

95-00906H 
Oshorn, Maury 



Oshorne, Katulall S. 

95 -009 'i 21 
Oacnbcrg, C. W. 

95-0082'<2 
Gallium, Kevin H. 

95-0087'hl 
Ossc, .1. W. M. 

95-007536 



Osse, Jan W. M. 

95-007116 

95-008092 
OMLland, V. E, 

95-007729 

95-OOB557 

95-008665 
Ostrach, Oavid J. 

95-009430 
Ostrantler, G. K. 

95-007971 
Ostramlcr, Gary K. 

95-007779 

95-008850 
Ostrovsky, Ilia 

95-009207 
Otake, T. 

95-007780 
Otlioudi, R. A. 

95-008910 
Ototakc, M. 

95-006568 
Otta, S. 

9S-0085/.9 

95-008627 
Ouclii, Kazuoml 

95-007710 
OutUt, G. Y. 

95-007583 
Owens, Randall W. 

95-008243 
Oyanedel, S. 



95-008463 
Ozawa, Takakazu 

95-008093 

95-008296 
Ozoirnyuk, N. D, 

95-00770/t 
Ozkizilcik, Sureyya 

95-007594 
Paerl, Hans W. 

95-007073 
Pai, Roglmvenara 

95-008576 
Painter, Kathleen M. 

95-009321 



FR 



257 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Panne ter, Michelle May 



')5-OOH426 

93-OOS456 

95-008773 

95-IK)8fi04 
Pahifio.i, Paulo 

95-OI)ti966 
Falliei.il, DuLcidela 

95-0<)<)12'f 
Pdllsoc. F. P., Jr. 

95-008960 
Palm, R. C. , Jr. 

95-OOU379 
Pnlmfiirin, Jorge M. 

95-009069 
Palmer, K. E. 

95-008142 
Palunhl, Stephen R. 

95-007963 
Paiiiintuan, I. S. 

95-009530 
Pan*; t ski, Gail A. 

95-009095 
Pang Hongyall 

95-007342 
Pankluirst, N. W. 

9S-007781 
Paolillo, Felipe H. 

95-009521 
Papandroulakis, H. 

95-007338 
Paperna, I . 

95-008666 
Paperno, R. 

95-009515 
Papouisnglou, S. E. 

95-1107117 
Paramuiwaran, S. 

95-007236 

95-1)1)9550 
Parilue, H. T. 

95-007782 
Parham, Peter 

95-007783 
Parln, N. V. 

95-008406 

95-008407 
Parlpataiianont, Tippawan 

95-007349 

95-008580 
Paris! , G. 

95-007482 

95-007488 
Park, E.-H, 

95-007972 
Park, Jin-Woo 

95-007699 
Park, Kwang-Jae 

9S-OD8355 
Park, L. K. 

95-007973 
Park, Hotra T. 

95-007656 
Park, Veung-llo 

95-007683 

95-007699 
Park, Vang-Joo 

95-OD76B1 
Parks, L. H. 

95-008908 
Paraentcr, stevo 

95-009336 



I'arrjssaa, M. 
95-007567 
Paruott, Joanne L. 

95-00896 L 
Part, Petet 

95-0078H6 
Partliaaarathy , K. 

95-00721B 
Partridge, J. C. 

95-007613 
t'arwar, n. J . 
95-008901 
Paacho, H. J. 
95-008525 
95-008581 
t'ascual, Miguel 

95-009156 
Paspatis, H, 
95-00(3013 
Pasternak, John Patrick 

95-008962 
t'asKkowski, C. A. 

95-008110 
Patl, D. 

95-007762 
Patil, D. D. 
95-0072'7 
PaLil, Jawahar G, 

95-007237 
Patrick, HuLh 

95-0094'iO 
Pattce, E. 

95-0079LO 
Patterson, flolin 

95-007510 
Patterson, K. K. 

95-00926B 
Paul, Aufiiistua J . 

95-008220 
Paul, E. A. 

95-008963 
Paul, John !' , 

95-008B53 
Paul, Hudlgor J, 

95-007598 
Pau lovi t.s , (lalior 

95-009312 
Paiily, 1>. 

95-00737(i 
PaiiHt, Hrlaii C. 

95-008333 
Pavan, fiianiii 

95-00)8035 
Pavlov, 11. S. 
95-007511 
95-00804'! 
93-OOS045 
95-008057 
Panes, F. 

9S-008589 
Pearco-Kelly, Pnul 

95-007384. 
Pccli-Ek, H. C, F. 

95-008820 
Pcchan, Peter 

93-00 799'i 
Pecheanu, C. 
95-007115 
Pedcraen, B, H. 

95-0076G6 

Pederaon, K, 

95-008582 

Pederson, S. A, 

95-009322 



258 



AUTHOR INDEX 



FeJinl h Mario 

9J-0071V* 
Pfdrajas. J. Ft. 

95-00896-1 
Pedrelli, John W. 

95-0093')<> 
Pegasov, V. A. 



Peinado. J. 

95-OQB96'i 
Peisol.o, Benin rclu 

95-007903 
Felgroc.i, S. M. G. J, 

95-OQB965 
Pel kouen , S . 



Pel LeLi-ec, tinny 

-0077fl5 
Pel lett, Thomas D. 

95-GOBD<)4 
Pel 11 11 DH . Jukka 



Pelslar, B. 

95-OI)77S(j 
Pelstor, Rcrud 

-0077fl7 
Pcsia. H. H. 



95-OOH116 
95-OOflllT 
95-OQ9326 



Fcri<J=ni-vis, H. P. 

95-01113070 
Fcnd.is, A. H. 

95-OO 707*1 
Pf n oKn,k , Tatiou s z 

95-D093B2 



rcnllugtan, H. C. 

95-OORB27 
Penniinoii, J . 

05-OOBB75 

I'entiRC, S . 



g Do Vfles, F. W. T. 

U073?:j 

fitan, J-liciincl 



PcnillsLou, Tliomas X. 

Q'j-aoftf-ia 
l*<ciicitt de Snnchez, Mar land a 

9 r j-009'.79 
rcplTii Plccrc 



Parcrn , -Glnrin 

9.-J-OD9310 
Pftrcrn, R. P, 

95-007562 
Peres, Carloa A. 

95-009071 
Perca FuciiLes, J. 

95-CQ7/.52 
Pevev,, J. A. 

95-OO7357 
Perls, Salvador J. 



Pa ma, 5. A. 
95-QQ74BO 



Perova, L. I. 

95-009523 
Perry, E. A. 

95-009196 
Percy, S, F. 

95-007577 

95-007700 
Perry, Steve F. 

95-007805 
Persou-Le RuyeL, J. 

95-0072G9 
Pert, Edmund J. 

95-009335 
I J Qt, J. S. 

95-009072 
Peter, HorsL 

95-008925 
Peter, H. E. 

95-007781 
Petcrsen, ClirisLopher W. 

95-OOflO'.6 
Petersen, Jena KJerulf 

95-006297 
Petkevltch, Z, I. 

95-009272 
Petts, G. E. 

95-009347 
Peutc, J, 

95-007821 
Pezold, F. 

95-008189 
Pfolfer, Frank K. 

95-009605 
PEeiffer, C. J. 

95-007250 
PFiatsr, Catherine A. 

95-009270 
Phelps, Ronnld P. 

95-007193 

95-008348 
Philip, G, II. 

95-008966 
Pliillpp, David P. 

95-007975 
Phllippart, J. C. 

95-007228 
95-007/118 
95-008033 

95-0080117 
Phillips, D. H. 

95-008867 
Phillips, M. J. 

95-007158 
Phillips, R. D. 

95-007977 
Phillips, Ruth B. 

95-008064 
Phleger, C. F. 

95-007789 
Piccininno, G. 

95-00851* 
Pickering, Quentin H. 

95-008967 
Pledrahita, R. 

95-007151 
Piekaraki, W. J. 

95-008867 
Pieniazek, N. J. 

95-008638 
Pieraon, Suzanne M. 

95-009093 
Piferrer, F. 

95-007999 
Piganelll, J. B. 

95-OOfl5(i8 
Piganelli, J. D. 

95-007790 



FR 



259 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Pihl, Lcif 



Pljovfl, 5. P. 

95-008(151 
Pike, Charles S., Ill 

95-007791 
Pike, T. 

95-008349 
Pilgrim, Derek A. 

95.000573 
Finer, fiayle 

95-00861.'! 
Piper, Robert G. 

95-009200 
PUtelok, Franciszek 

95-00723H 
Piszczek, Paul P. 

95-009383 
Pitchford, Gregory Duanc 

95-01)938'. 
PiLnan, Veronica M. 

95-009191 
Pitt., William C, 

95-00717(1 
Pitt man, K. 

95-007261 

95-007559 

95-007650 

95-007661 
Pizarro F. , Pedro 

95-008126 
Pizarro, PeiLro 

95-008131 
Planas, J, 

95-007567 
Planas, Joscp 

95-007792 
PlaUeeuw, Maarten 

95-008265 

95-008267 

95-008269 

95-008968 
Flatten, M. A. 

95-008733 
Plaut, 1. 

95-007485 
Plisetskaya, Erlka H. 

95-007755 
Plumb, J. A, 

95-008583 

95-OOS617 
Plumh, John A. 

95-008'i57 

95-008969 
Poczyczynski, Pawel 

95-007350 
Poescr, Frcil. N, 

95-008408 
Pol, Michael V. 

95-008245 
Polat, Hazmi 

95-OD829B 
Polischuk, H, I. 

95-009073 
Polling, L. 

95-009422 
Pollock, Kenneth H. 

95-009284 
Polosukhina , E, S. 

95-007704 
Palzonotti Hagni, A. M. 

93-007762 

Poncin, P, 

95-008033 

95-008048 

Pcmgracz, Peter 

95-008041 



Ponouiarcnko, V. I 1 . 

55-008216 

95-000299 

95-008350 
PoiRifex, Trevor 

95-007240 
ronton, Dominique 

95-008209 
Pcmwilh, R. J. 

95-0081.76 
1'oolc, A. 

95-007303 
Pope, Kiivln L. 

95-008300 
Popiel, S. A. 

95-008249 
Poppc, T. T. 

95-009574 
Poppc, Trygvc 

95-008749 
Possliighara, II. J'. 

95-009274 
FoaL, George 

95-007179 
Post, George W. 

95-008458 
Poston, Fred L. 

95-009088 
Pole, L. M. 

95-008640 

95-008641 

95-008642 
PoLvln, Ffiincois 

95-009275 
Poulet, F. H, 

9. r i-0086B8 
Ponlln, It, 

95-008780 
Pouliii, Hobctt. 

95-008049 

95-008459 

95-008805 
pouLancn, .lotihn 

95-009224 
Pouyaml, Lauren L 

95-008409 
Pavus, He to 

95-008353. 

95-000074 
Powell, Allyn 11. 

95-007512 
Power, G. 

95-009385 
Power, Geoff 

95-008352 
Power, Mi 

95-009385 
Poynton, S. L, 

95-0086C7 

95-00956H 
Poynton | Sarah 1,, 

95-008460 

95-008461 
Prach, Kai-el 

95-009366 
Prerndas, Peter D. 

95-008852 
Prcaley, Hobby J. 

95-008834 
Prettl, C. 

95-008612 
Price, I. M. 

95-008402 
Prleda, I, G. 

95-009575 
Prince, Ruth 

95-008970 



FR 40(4} 



260 



AUTHOR INDEX 



.CMTfNLIED.. . 
incc. Ruth 
05-008971 
indle, Scott. Edwin 



Pr ingle, Davirt L. 

95-OOSH98 
Mour, Daniel 

95-007435 
p 'lts. S. E. 

5-5-009271 

95-009272 
Pr iyaii, R. D. 

95-007293 
'fakes, Niroslav 

95-007453 

95-OOB367 
p rosser, Jim I. 

95-008527 
p WHllx, 0. 

95-007372 
p tcnilK, Hare 

95-OOB24B 
p ra>'byl, Anloni 

95-007351 
Prsjibylskl, Hiroslaw 

95-OQ93B7 

95-009413 
p uccl, P. 

95-0075BS 
Fiirci , patrizia 

95-007465 
Puchnlshl. U. 

95-009412 
Pucyo, r,. 



Puga, Son I a 

95-OOfiBOC 
Pull lam, G. W. 

95-OOB02B 
Punt a, Sophie S, 



Pyc-HacSwaln, J. 

95-007643 
PyrtMi, Hnvk 

95-OOBOSO 

qi. yina 



-A. 



QucuLel, G. 

95-01)7736 
Qucsnel, llclcne 

55-007703 
QLilllat, K. 

95-Q07Q76 
QulnLoit, S. M 

95-QOB623 
Qulnn , H. 

95-007794 
Quint! , Helko 

95-007795 
Quinn, Thomas P. 

95-00770H 

93-007947 
Rah, P. 



Bali, Hotr 

95-ODD3D7 
Habbltt, R. D, 

95-007796 
Baboni, Charles F. 

95-DDoaae 

Haccy, D, N. 

95-009222 
Had* , J . J - 

95-007436 



.. .CONTINUED. , . 
Raeh, J. J. 

95-OOH629 
Kaiih, Joffcry J. 

95-007180 
Racine, Rlcliarri N. 

95-OOBH90 
Kadclienko, V. I. 

95-OOB292 
iiiiildum, Ciunnnr G. 
95-009172 
95-009197 
liader, Douglas N, 

95-009433 
Hadoinskl, Paul J. 

95-009307 
Kailonakl , Gitlierl: C. 

95-00711(1 
Hadtkc, Richard I,. 

95-007513 
Racsly, Richard [,. 

95-007543 

Raghavan, S. L. 

95-0075T; 

95-007315 

Haghaven , S . I, . 

95-00721.1 
Rahman, M. F. 
95-00721.:) 
95-007365 
95-00751'! 
95-007515 
95-OOH807 
Rni, S. P. 

95-00722'. 
Knlkova, K. V. 

95-008008 
Uaitanlcml, J. 

95-000301 
Uaj, S. ['. 

95-008972 
Raj an, H. R, 
95-008972 
Rajyalakshrai, I. 
93-OOS809 
95-008810 
Ham a chary a 

95-009524 
Ramakrishna 

95-007448 
Rnmnn, K. 

95-00810'. 
KniriEinzin, M. 
95-007200 
Hanmaoalni, A. 
95-007516 
95-007797 
95-007798 
Rfimclmran, C. W, 

95-008249 
Ramirez Rodriguez, Hauricio 

95-009530 
llamirez-Sovilla, Rodolfo 

95-007352 
Ramirez, Ana T. 

95-007979 
Ramos, J. 

95-007999 
Ramsay, Miko 
95-007181 
Ramaoyer, Laurel J. 

95-009576 
Rana, Kristtcn J. 

95-008987 

Rand-Weaver, M. 

95-007799 

95-OOB827 



261 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Randall, Selena 

91-009108 
Rsufila, M. C. C. 

951-1)09525 

R:mlin. F. T. 

9V007622 

95-007601 
R.-KI, G. R. H. 

9 r j-OUBll); 
Ran, .) . Bhiniasena 

95-008143 
Rno, K. lldiiumriLhii 

95-COflB18 
R.io, M. Biibu 

95-00(1303 

95-G083IK. 
Rao, P. L. H. 

95-007224 

95-007247 
Rashid, K. A. 

95-008811 
Rasraissen, Jerry 

95-009340 
RasoLto, M. [i. 

95-007H02 
Raspopova, ?.. A, 

95-009425 
Ravi, J. 

95-007353 
Rajrioiid, E'.inela A. 

95-007517 
Roytiari], R. S. 

95-008687 
Hazak, Victoria 

95-009075 
fiazquiti, B. 

95-OQHG22 
He, PcJro 

95-OOB095 

95-008302 
Reavill, Drury 

95-OOB81S 
Ecddy, K. S. Rediiy Shekhara 

95-008096 
Rediy, H. s. 

95-007103 
Reddy, P. M. 

95-008966 
REddy, V. Siva 

95-008303 

95-008304 
Reed, Denlse J. 

95-009441 
Reed, K. M. 

95-007977 
Reed, Kent M. 

S5-QOBQ64 
Reed, P. 

95-007209 

95-008667 
Reed, Peggy 

95-008584 

95-008904 
Reed, Vlllian J. 

95-009273 
Rees, J.-F. 

95-Q07B03 
Reeser, Stephen J. 

95-008118 
Rehulfca, J, 

95-007804 



Reid, Gordon HcG. 

55-009308 
Reid, Steve G. 

95-007805 
ttairuchen, Thomas E. 

95-009250 
RciinisclmesHel, R. 
95-OOS8Q6 
93-OOP976 
95-009569 

ReimsclniQssol , Itenn t.u 
95-007fi91 
95-OORI463 
95-OOS631 
95-008890 
Reisenbichlcr, Roglnalil H. 

95-007978 
Rcisnian, Howard M. 

95-007737 
Hclte, 0. B. 
95-007S06 
Retneslo, Alexander 

95-008177 
Reno, P. W. 

95-008742 
Rhode N, Raymond J. 

95-007/.37 
Rlaza, A. 

95-000609 
Kibble, Carl S. 

95-007187 
Riccl, T. 

05-008J.58 
Rice, C. D. 

95-008973 

Richards, D. T. 

95-007807 

95-008774 

95-008H13 

95-008814 

Richards, R. II. 

95-007756 

35-008184 

95-008509 

95-000526 

95 -008 74/( 

Richards, S. A. 

95-00927', 
Richards, Todd A. 

95-009141 

Richardson, Brian M. 
95-007239 
95-009193 
Richardson, G. Mark 

95-000974 
Richo, M. 

95-007354 
Richner, IIoliiK 

95-000251 
Riilha, H. T. 
95-007294 
Rldler, N, B. 
95-007182 
Richl, R. 

95-007518 
Rlen, Thomas A. 

95-009157 
RiganioTiti, g_ 

95-007306 
Riggs. Michael n. 

95-009038 
Riley, Cecilia H. 

95-007279 
Riley, Larry E. 

95-007438 
Rilla, Ellen L. 

95-009592 



FR 40(4) 



262 



I'JSS 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Rimer, Hike 
95-007373 

RLngler, N, 
95-00&235 

Kliuve, John N. 



95-GC919B. 
jUnlamnkl. P. 

93-CC1B8I5 
Rlcrdan, J. R. 

95-0076/ifl 
Rlshi, K. K. 

95-007615 
HlssEinen , C. 

95-008950 
Riatoln, Tiina 

95-008990 
Ristow, Sandra S. 

95-OQ870'. 
Ritchie. Peter A. 

95-Q07965 
Bitter, G. 



Rival ta, Vilmn 

95-007979 
Rtvas, C, 

05-008743 
Rives t, Louis-Paul 

95-009275 
Rla-.sso, P. 

95-0082BO 
Robe r son , James 13. 

95-OOSQ75 
Roberta, C. M. 

95-009526 
Roberts, Callura H. 

95-009527 
Roberts, Daniel E. 

95-0092)6 
Roberta, John L. 

95-0076/i] 
Roberts, M. L. 

95-008816 
Roberta, R. 0, 

95-006903 
Robertson , Gorre 

gs-oona-ja 

RobErts-oti, Andrew 

95-OUBB5S 
Robertson, D, U, 

95-OOB376 
Robertson, D. ROHS 

95-008051 
Robertson, J- L. 

95-0076GE1 

95-007837 
Robertson, John L, 

95-007527 

95-008523 
Robertson, John H. 

95-009098 
Robertson, P, A. W. 

95-003535 
Hutll lard, Kenneth A. 

95-003B63 
Robins, C, Richard 

95-0033S2 
Robinson, Edwin >I. 

95-007355 
Rob s on, Paul 

95- 007944 
Rocchl, A. M. 



Rockey, D. D. 

95-OOB61B 
liodchuLscoi'd, H. 

95-007350 
Rodger, II. D. 

95-0007'. /i 
liodgers , L. 

95-1)07375 
Ilodjiers, Les 



Rocha, Francisco 

95 -00^252 
Roche, Kevin 

95-009253 



Kodnick, Kanncth J. 

95-007808 
Rodriguea S., Jose It. 

95-000173 
Hodrigue7-Ariza, A. 

95-009696 
llodrigueK-Camil , R. 

95-OOQB20 
Rodriguez-Romero, Jesus 

95-000326 
Rodriguez, C. 

95-007357 
Rodriguez, R. R. 

95-OOS639 
Roclseth, 0. M. 

95-008441 

95-000493 

05-008683 
Rogers, Gregory Lawrence 

95-009126 
Rogers, R. E. 

95-009423 
Rogers, William 

95-008052 
Rohde, Klaus 

95-008817 
Holiovec , J . S , 

95-008494 

95-008618 

95-008686 

95-008740 
Rokous , J . 

95-008976 
Hollo, Peter ft, 

95-007400 

95-007401 
Romnlde, J. L. 

95-008560 

95-008580 

95-008609 
Roman- Rodriguez, Martha J. 

95-009595 
Rombout, J. II. W. H. 

95-007831 

95-007807 
Rome, L. C. 

95-007519 
Romestnml, D. 

95-007809 
Ron, M. 

95-008748 
Roncarati, A. 

95-007330 

95-007762 
Ronnestad, 1. 

95-007623 
Ronatant, L. 

95-007643 
Rooljackers, R. M, H. 

95-009044 
Roomer, J. R. 

95-008753 
Uoos, C. 

95-009309 
Rosas-Monge, Catalina 

95-009167 



FE1 



263 



1995 



Fostulutul, C. 
95-007278 
RosenratiUi, D, H. 

95-009276 
Rosenzweig, Michael I, 

95-009076 
Pooler, llans-.Jurgen 

9^-007402 
Roslyy . Yu. S. 

95-007970 
Ross, K. 

95-008745 
Ross, L. C. 
95-007119 
95-007417 
Ross, N. R. 

95-007761 
Foss, Robert M. 

95-007192 
Ross, Stephen T. 

95-009607 
RoUibard, Shiiuel 

95-008256 
Rothwell, Donald R. 

95-009494 
Housseaus, Colin G, 

95-008977 
Fkmx, Albert Luis 

95-009125 
Rov. Nils 

95-008200 
Rtivnina, 0. A, 

95-00949H 
Rovan. Martha 

95-00735B 
Rowland, Stuart 

95-007242 
Rowland, Stuart J. 
95-007240 
95-007241 

Rowland, William J, 
95-008053 
J5-008054 
Rowley, A. F. 
95-007705 
Rowley, H. 

95-008793 
Rowley, H, M. 
95-008733 
Koy, A. 

95-OOB712 
Roy, A. K, 
95-Q07203 
95-007295 
95-Q082H3 

Roy- P. K. 

95-007777 
Eozas, Lawrence P 

95-009441 
Rubin, David A. 



Rubinsky, B. 

95-007810 
Ruff, B. P. 

95-007120 
RuUfson, Roger A. 
95-008097 



FR 40(4) 



Iltuiibold, I). G. 

95-OUH912 
Riimrill, Stcvun H. 

95 -0094 ',2 
Russell, Itonaia W. 

95-00897B 
fiusso, A. C. 

95-008092 
Rustad, Tm-ltl 

95- 0078 'i 5 
liutlodge, P. 

95-OOa6G7 

RllWGt, J. C, 

95 -00 004 H 
Ruzlcka, .Ifinos Jiis 

95-000308 
Ryabov, 7. H. 

95-009119 
Ryan, Michael .1. 

95-008002 
Ryan, Peter G. 

95-009226 
Rybak, Marinas 

95-009303 
Rycyzyii, M, A. 

95-007746 
Ryder, Oliver A. 

95-0096O8 
Elye, Morten 

95-0071H't 
Saayman, J. K. 

95-009422 
Sabado, Drian I), 

95-008182 
SabapaUiy, tin hi 

95-007a.ll 
Saeoclon, K, 

95-OQ733H 
Saelulev, S. C, 

95-0079H1 
Hndovy, V. 
95-007fl02 
95-008127 
93-0081 
Saced, D. 

^5-007520 
Sacki, Klyoko 



Safe, S. II, 
95-008951 

Sagnr, Paul 
95-0080BO 

Sage, George K. 
95-009187 

Stiha, S. K. 
95-007106 
95-007235 

Sahln, All 
55-008979 

Saigal, n. H. 



95-009235 
Saiki, Michael K. 

93-006980 
Saito, llironki 

95-007876 
Saito, M. 

95-009557 
Salz, Enrlc 

95-008227 
Sakagiichi, r, 

95-00853', 
Sakaguchi, Moriliiho 

95-007749 

9S-008672 
Sakai, H, 

95-007812 



264 



INDKX 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Sakal, M. 

95-0085.87 
Sakal , Has.al!lro 

95-007982 
Sakal , Tolchl 

95-OOS055 
Sakftnjoto, T. 

95-007659 

95-007823 



Sak.anxit.0 , vraUiru 

95- 0074 51 
Sakharov, R. S . 

95-007813 
5-afco, Kazutnkn 

95-009219 
Sakiuna, Keith H. 

95-000528 
Saturamoto, Kaziuiii 

95-OM276 
Salekliova, I.. P. 



Saliaatit, Clu.-ist.laii 

95-007725 
Salfienkova, K. A. 

95-007970 
Sztlosronl . C. 

95-007359 
Salc-nUis, K. 

95- 0035 BB 
SalUian, P. 

95-007600 
S.ilii)a. S. K. 

95-007^71 
Sr,srtl, S. K. 

95-Q08720 
Sar,ko. Vs. V. 

95-009533 



Satnii^lsen, Olc Ucnt 

95-OOTL21 
Sane-tics, J. If. 

9^-007622 
SancliEK-VaKqiicz, F. 

^5-007070 

95-00765'. 
Sanchez, Ramira !' 



Sanrte, H. J . 

95-00957'i 
SaiidctH, H, M. 

95-OQH9BL 
Sanders, Inn L. 

95-007522 
Sanders, S. 

95-00(1556 
Sandnes, K. 



Sang, Tzu-Kang 



Sano, T. 

95-009746 
Sfliilana C. f Eduacdo 

95-009370 
Santos, C. T, C. 

95-007490 
SBiitos, Miguel NCVQS 

95-D09529 
Santos, R. S. 

95-008D56 
Santos, 1, 

95-OQ8589 



Sanyanga, R. A. 

95-005331 
Sanz, A. 

95-0073CO 
Saradn, Sanaka 

95-000791 

95-008818 
Sai-geiu, John R. 

95-007656 
Sarig, S. 

95-007122 
Sarkar, A. 

95-009364 
Sarkar, S. K. 

95-008871 

95-00936'. 
Satma, G. H, R. 

95-007707 
Saraj , 11. D. 

95-007360 
Samwatari , Toshiro 



Satake, Mikio 

95-008&72 
Sato, Cliihako 

95-007815 
Sato, Kenji 

95-007816 
Sato, Mamoru 

95-007749 
Sato, Ryozo 

93-0095',! 
Satoh, T. 

95-007521 
Satterfielcl, Jamea R., Jr. 

95-007428 

95-007439 

95-007'. W 

93-009199 
Saucedo Barton, Cesar Julio 

95-009530 
Saul , Bruce 

95-009423 
Savinykh, V. F. 

95-008178 
Savo laincn , Rii tta 

95-007123 
Savvuslikina, N. K. 

95-007970 
Saxena, Amita 

95-007124 



Saxena, R. K. 

95-007360 

95-008305 
Sayre, John A. 

95-009077 
Sazonov, Yu. G. 

95-009500 
Scalet, Charles G. 

35-00909'i 
Scardi, H. 

95-00726A 

95-008158 
Schell, Scott 

95-007995 
Schiel, David R. 

95-OD9483 
Schlemer, F. 

95-009078 

95-009079 
Schiemer, Fritz 

95-007116 

95-008254 
Schill, Daniel J. 

95-009229 



FR 



265 



1905 



AUTHOR INDEX 



SchlU, V. 

95-OOflfi85 
Scliiller, Martin 

95-007fi28 
Schindler, David W. 

95-009305 
Schlpp, Glenn 

95-OQ7/.41 
Schleuk, D. 

95-00:8982 
Schlenk, Daniel 

95-009013 
Schl&r, PM1 

95 -009 609 
Schlosscr, Isaac J. 

95-008369 

95-005390 
Schluter, Dolph 

95-006411 
Schmale, H. C. 

95-OOS819 
SchineLLkanip , Werner 

95-007403 
Schmidt, II. 

95-008/.99 
Schmitt, M. 

95-008677 
Schnuitz, S, 

95-009354 

95-009376 
Schneider, Clifford P. 

95-009300 
Schneider, Skip 

95-006772 
Schneiderhan, Daniel J. 

95-0093H 
Schof fmann, Johannes 

95-009392 
ScliolB, Allan T. 

95-009605 
Scholz, T. 

95-0087?? 

95-008B20 
Schotmbee, H. J, 

95-009422 
Schraran, Harold L., Jr. 

95-009200 
Schrtck, C. B. 

95-007775 
Schtflck, Carl D. 

95-007148 
Sclir&lher, Roland 

95-007/.04 

95-007405 
Schreier, T. M. 

95-0074J6 

95-006629 
Schroder, S. L, 

95-009158 
Schroder, Steve L. 

95-007155 
Schubert, Alex L. S. 

95-009080 
Sclmklna, E, V. 

95-009271 
Schuldt, Jeffrey A. 

95-009393 
Schiller, Ralph J. , Jr. 

95-009177 
Schulta, Duane R. 

95-007.817 
Sctiuran, Jamea R. 

95-009095 
Schuta, Andrejs 

95-008995 
Schwartz, Michael F, 

95-007243 



. . .CONT1NUKD. . . 
Schwartz, Michael F. 

95-007245 
Schwarz, W. 

95-007610 
Schwedler, T. E. 

95-000594 
Scott, Philip C. 

95-007125 
Scovazsii, Tullio 

95-009531 
Seals, Carol 

95-007244 
Seaman, H. [,. 

95-008029 
Soar, D. A. 

95-009394 
Sears, DusUn 11. 



Sebert, Philippe 

95-007819 
Secombes, C. J. 

95-007371 

95-007657 

95-007674 

95-007820 

95-008538 

95-008561 
Scgncr, K. 

95-008983 
Seguinot, Valerie 

95-009243 
Seikni, Taclahiaa 

95-007322 
Seller, Richard 

95-009444 
Sele, Brad B. 

95-009202 
Selleck, Jeff 

95-009062 
Sellers, Robin M. 

95-008200 
Selvnrnj, C. 

95-007224 

95-009159 
Semen'kov, P, (i. 

95-OOB913 
Scnpeaki, P. 

95-008146 

95-009395 
Sen, P. R. 

95-007196 

95-007609 
Senson, P. 

95-008590 

95-006596 
Seek, Kyujin 

95-007245 
Scri, Shigemi 

95-007522 
Sericano, Jose L. 

95-008834 
Seronay, G. A. 

95-007271 
Serra, R. 

95-007587 
Servos, Hark R, 

95-008961 
Setala, Jari 

95-009142 

95-009143 
Severe, A. 

95-007736 
Sever! , W. 

95-007480 
Severin, Kenneth P. 

95-009577 



FR 40(4-) 



266 



AUTHOR INDEX 



s vsrlti, S. O. 

95-QQSQ9B 
Se vtla h F. 

95-007113 

95-007142 
Sei >TiOT?, Tliarlna 

95-DOS994 

95-008B57 

95-007477 

S^adwlck, R. E. 

35-007486 

95-007709 
Shafer, Martin M, 

95-006639 
Sftafland, Paul ! 

95-009501 

'. , James B. 

95-009202 
Shane, Hlclmel A. 

95-009171 
Shatiri , Jnrll 

95-OOB859 
Sh.io Jlanzhong 

95-007723 

95-00^387 
Shapiro , Douglas 



SharJo, Judith D. 
95-007523 

SharifF, M. 
95-008492 

Shanna, Ramcsh C. 



Sttatp-DBkcr, El. G. 

55-007821 
Sharpe, Cameron 

95-007168 

Shaniriovskly i M. I. 



Shaul , 1,0011 D. 



95-005^97 
ShEkv, M. A. 

95-OQ9296 
Sheailac, M, 

S5-CQB370 
Shearer, Karl D. 

95-009277 
Slxedil, Toptny R. 

95-00900D 
Shacdy, Barbara R. 



Stior.lian, Robect J. 

95-D072!*a 
Shehudcli, Ziad 

^5-00731't 
Shelton, R. C. J. 



She! ton, William L. 

95-003256 
STicn, <1. 

^5-007873 
S(ien B , V,-2. 

9S-008B46 



Shenker, Jonathan K. 

95-Q09445 

, Scot Robert 

95-007822 
Sliepherd, B. S. 

95-007823 
Shepherd, Goty R, 

95-008065 



Sheridan, Mark A. 

95-00761H 
Shezii'i, V. 

95-00782^ 
Shi, YunbinB 
95-008119 
Shiau, Shi-En 

95-007185 

Shiau, Shi- Yen 

95-007361 

95-007362 

Shields, F. D. , Jr. 
95-009127 
95-009398 
Shields, F. Dougl;i3, Jr. 

'J5-009399 
Shin, Daniel T.-b. 

95-007825 
Shikata, Takafumi 

95-007826 
Shim, K. F. 

95-007331 
Shim, Sun-Vup 

95-007663 
Shlraa, T. 

95-007827 
Shimeno, Sadao 

95-007826 
Shimizu, Hitoya 

95-009400 
shiiima, Hisako 

95-007176 
ShingyDJi, Chikako 

95-007698 
Shlnn, A. P. 
95-008B21 
Shinrlki, Yoshihlto 

95-008174 
Shiobaca, Yoshihiaa 

95-OOB147 
Shipley, Frank S. 

95-009532 
Shirahata, Sanetaka 

95-007967 

Shlreman, Jerome V. 
95-007210 
95-007234 
Shlyakhov, V. A. 

95-008164 
Shoemaker, C. A. 

95-OOQ583 
Short, S. 

95-008729 
Shotta, E. B. 
95-008513 
SUotts, Enrnett 

95-008584 

Shotts, Enmett B. , Jr. 

95-008591 

95-009555 

Shrable, John D. 

95-007143 

95-008504 

Shrestha, T. K. 

95-0072'i6 
Shrivastava, P. 

95-009083 
Shukla, RamoBh 

95-008985 

Shuntov, V. P. 

95-009533 

95-009534 

Shuatov, Yuri A. 

95-008353 

Shute, J. R. 

95-007406 



FR 



267 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Shuiov, V. A. 
95-00736.1 
Shvydki, G. V. 

95-000180 
Shyaran, S. 

95-00736'p 
Siddall, H. E. 

95-008669 
Slddiql, A. 11. 

95-008011 
Sldell, Bruce D. 

95-007808 
Sldorov, S. S. 

95-007335 
Siegfried, H, Roy 

95-009226 
Sievors, Ccrolti 

95-008986 
Sigaev, I. K. 
95-009535 
Slgler, Michael 

95-009536 
Sigier, Michael F. 

95-009578 
Sigman, Marilyn J. 

95-009446 
Slgnoc, D. 

95-007838 
Siharath, Kiroroakone 

95-007636 
Slllnan, A. J. 

95-007629 
Silou, E. A. 
95-009278 
Silva, A. 

95-008586 
Silverstcin, J. T. 

95-007984 
Silvert, William 

95-007296 
Sinco, Bill A. 

95-007211 
Slniek, K. 

95-008232 
Slmenstad, Charles A. 

95-009447 
Stnon, Benjamin H. 

95-009610 
Siroon, Bernard 

95-007819 
Simon, Thomas P, 

95-009611 
Siroonetto, A. 
95-007260 
Slmonian, Ashot 

95-009312 
Siroonin, H. A. 

95-008963 
Simons, David 



93-008907 
Sirottl, C. 



Simpson, Ellen 

95-009034 
Sims, D. W. 

95-007830 
Singer, J. 

95-006685 
Singh, Abhimanyu 

95-008949 
Singh, fl. K. 

95-007247 
Slnha, H, 

95-007524 

95-008306 
S. s. 

95-007248 
Sire, Jean-Yves 

95-007525 



Sis, lillylnoiul 

OS-OWB747 

Slvnk, .). (!. 



Sivakfimi , S . 



Slvert.scn, Tun- 



SiwLcki, A. K, 

95-0(]7.*i^i2 
Siwlcki, Andr/o) K. 

95-OOH'iHri 
Skfinlii, OyNl.nln 

95-007186 
SknJaki , ,Jotm 

9S-OOfllfi9 
Skannol.ii, A. M, 

95-00 B3I19 
Skoa, Jnck 

95-008776 
Skirtosvik, A. II, 



Skinner, CnUii'rl 

33-007603 
SkoraljouaUiv, H. 

95-OOH057 
SkuliiHon, Hkul 1 

95- 00 79 05 
Sfciirikhiii.i, I.. A, 

95-0079H6 
Slnvik, Ontli-tJ 

95-008J07 
Slcldoclnk, Hcitwl 

95-0089H8 
Sliercndrcclit., W, 

95-0078. r il 
Sloiriinska, I. 



If. 



A. 



Sloot.weg, It. 

95-OOHflaa 
Stnalc, Mm- tin A. 

95-0093BB 
SraatreHk, Neiit .1 . 

'J3-007H32 
Sraecllay, K, I., 

9S-0087B1 
Srnodsrod, llnrd 



Srairnova, 0, CJ. 

95-007326 

Sniitli-SchujiLBr, I 1 , A. 

9S-(10B/i31 

95- 00(14 /ifl 

95-008/ifiS 

Smith, H. J. 

55-007250 

Smith, C. 1,. 

95-009005 

Smith, Carol 

95-009202 

Smith, ClmrHo K. 

95-008466 
Smith, David u. 

95-008412 
Smith, H, D. 
95-007293 
Smith, J. 

95-007612 
Smith, Jamoa A. 

95-008844 

Smith, John May nan) 
95-007943 



40(4) 



268 



AUTHOR INDEX 



inith, 

95- 
95- 
95- 
95- 

Snlrti, 
95- 

JnLlb. 
95- 

Snilti. 

95- 

aulUs. 
95- 

Snltti, 
95- 

Snttts, 
95- 

Snltli. 
95- 
95- 
95- 
95- 

Snith, 
95- 
95- 
95- 
95- 
95- 

SrvlLh, 
95- 
95- 

Snith, 
95- 

S-tilh, 
95- 
95- 

Snlth, 
95- 

Snlth, 
95- 

SnUto, 



Snlts. Al Ian H, 

95 -007602 
Snofccr, .Hilllart W. 

95-009203 
Suapc. WilHani .1. , III 

95-009537 
Sncdakcr, S. C. 

95-008912 
Siiclsont Franklin F, , Jr. 



LynvDod 5 . 

DQ7B34 
007935 
008099 
QD8100 

H. R. 
0071119 

N. R. 
007928 

B. J. F. 

OD8011 

R. Jati F, 
Q08D12 

R. W. 
007936 

Raymond C. 
OQ9106 

S. A, 
007250 
007668 
007837 
008928 

Htcplien A. 
007527 
OOB467 
OOB523 
009592 
009579 

Stephen -I. 
007251 
007407 

Suzmuia 
00314'. 

Theodore I. J. 
007244 
009151 

Thomas 
008869 

Thomas B. 
QO7985 

Totld K, 



SotoclnsM , AmlrKcj 

95-007631 
SoJoTS Lrori, Veronica 

95-00776B 
Sodaiik, P. K. 

55-008*1)1 
Soengas, J. I, . 

95-007838 
Solmasiao, Relna 

95-OOB990 
Sakolov, I,, I. 



Sakolovn, E, 1.. 

95-OOB354 
Sola, Cacla 

95-CG7B39 
Soliniin, Aahraf 

95-008255 
Sormaratrom, Sari J. 

95-009593 
Swimervllle, C. 

95-ODBS21 
Soaag, DEI Kau 

95-OOB94L 



Soronsen, Elsa H. 11. 

95-008991 
Socensen, P. W. 

95-008142 

Sorgeloos , P, 

95-007332 

95-007346 

Sorgeloos, .Patrick 

95-008511 

Sorimachi, H. 

Q5-008731 

95-008800 

Sorimachi , Mlnoru 

95-008732 
Socshy, H. E. 
95-007B29 
Konim, H. 

95-008577 
Sonum, Unn 

95-006593 
Sosa, A. 

95-008873 
SosHowska , Jo/cf n 

95-007252 
Souchon, Yves 

95-009323 
Souclcc, ElisQ 

95-007297 
Southgate, Pawl C. 

95-007366 

Souza, K. H. S. 

95-007753 

95-007754 

95-007840 

Sowa, Scott P. 

95-009279 
Sower, Stacia 

95-007878 
Sower, St.acia A. 

95-007944 
Spaar, Tony E. 

95-009424 
Spaargaren, Dirk II. 

95-0092BO 
Spasowska, D. 
95-008690 
Spaulding, Kathy A. 

95-OOB435 
Spear, PhlUp A. 

95-008977 
Spuarc, D. J. 
95-008665 
Spencer, n. E. 

95-009225 
Spiccr, Agnes V. 

95-009204 
Spieler, R. E. 

95-008992 
Spina, Stephen 

95-008772 
Spindlctr, Thomas 

93-009401 
Spitsbergen, J. M. 
95-008775 
95-008901 
Spitsbergen, Jan M. 

95-008776 
Sprague, C. M. 

95-008651 
Spratt, M. 

95-00805B 
Spratt, Michael 

95-009281 

Spronk, H. F. 

95-008460 

Sproull, Jim 

95-008906 



FR 40(4) 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Sijiii res , Da le 

95-009282 
Sreclatlia, D, S. 

95-OOH759 
Sridevi, G, 

95-OON966 
Srlnivasagam, S. 

95-008104 
Stinlvasan, K. V. 

95-007196 
Srivnstava, K. P. 

95-009152 
St. Auhln, D. J. 

95-00768'. 
St. llelgason, Sigurdur 

95-007841 
Stackebrandt, Erko 

95-008576 
Stalsburg, Alf 

95-008101 
Stanford, J. A. 

95-009410 
Stanford, Jack A. 

95-009066 
StnnkiewicK, llanna 

95-008117 
Stanley, Jon G. 

95-009402 

Stanley, 1.. A. 

95-008594 

95-008606 

Stark, Beverly A. 

95-007779 
Stark, KenneLh 

95-008498 
Starliper, Clifford E. 

95-008893 
Stanics, Lynn B. 

95-009081 
Stasenko, N. A. 

95-008842 
Steeger, H.-U, 

95-007642 
SLeeJc, James [[. 

95-008421 
Stefan, Heinz G. 

95-007092 
Stefanou, Splro E, 

95-009085 

Steffensen, J. F. 

95-007601 

95-007666 

Stegenan, John J. 

95-009003 

Stehmann, H. 

95-008395 

Stohr, C. H. 

95-008823 

95-008956 

Stein, J. E. 

95-008488 

Stein, John E. 

95-008993 

Stein, Roy A. 

95-009210 

Steine, N. o. 

95-008595 

Stelner, n av id R , 

93-009566 
Sleinkoentg, Ed 

95-007071 
Stelzer, Martin 

95-OQ9357 
st ence, Charles p 

95-009193 

Stepanenko, H. A 

95-009538 



Stepanov, Vu. V. 

95 -n() 9500 
SUephan, G. 



Stephen, 
9!i-0 
SLcplicnsmi, fl, 



.St.epLc, Ciii'ol 

95-007911 
Stop! en, Cariil A. 

95-007017 

95-007019 

05-0070:12 
Stcrri, ^fil[-^: A. 

93-009IJB6 
Stovons, ,1. H. 



StovfiTison , i<, M. U. 

95-OOfi/t'J7 

95-OOfi.VJO 

95-OOU596 
StovndHOCi , S . (',. 

95-OOB075 
S Iowa i-cl son, Nic:linI J. 

95-O00345 
Stewart, Arl.hur .tuy 

95-OOU043 
Stewart, Jsiiues K. 

95-007126 
Stewart., I.Eiuni Jcnu- 



Stcyer, 1,. 

35-O073G7 
Stoyn, G. J. 

95-007202 
Sticklfiy, AJ I en It. , .lr 



Stigebratult, A. 



Stobic, M. 

95 -DO 84 9n 
StokriHH , I ron 

95-00704.1 
Stom, D. J. 

9. r >-00927H 
Stone, ElJseftbQlli A. 

95-007722 
Stone, Htchftel . 

93-009203 
Stone, NciLtinn 

95-OOV3, r )B 

Stoshopf, H. K. 

95-l)075f.J 

95-007610 

Sloskopf, Michael K. 
95-007127 
95-OO7120 
95-00725/1 
93-007298 
95-007299 



95-OQ7409 
95-007528 
95-007529 
95-007530 
95-OQ7BA6 
95-007847 
95-007848 
95-007049 
95-007830 
95-007851 
9S-OO79B7 
95-OOH102 
95-OOB14B 
93-OOai6B 



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. . .CONTINUE!!.. . 
StoskopT, Michael K. 



95-OB847O 
95-008471 
95-OBS472 
J5-OB8473 



95-OBS477 



95-OB&.197 
95-006598 
95-OB8599 
95-OOUfiOG 
95-088632 



95-OBB721 
95-OH872& 

Str.it.liaU., H. 

95-OU7&I2 
Stratum, Barry I.. 



St ration, Richard K. 

55-00?'. 10 
Strofialev, V. D, 



Strong, , 



Sluewa, ScoLt 
95-U0916B 

stiige, r. n. 

35-0077^6 
Siiithr lilfjf'i Trevor H. 

95-UOB931 
&u, Wol Clionp 



rpa , H, D. 
95-007368 

asliiRhn, Hcihrt 

95-007120 

r.iman I nn, K, 

93-008720 

Ri Unrrlck W. 



Sii^imaii, V. V . 
95-OOSI07 
71-0^19235 

Suli, Ikic-l.Jp 



95-000770 
, Millliin 



Lir.uimn, I 1 . K. 

95-007213 

55-007515 



55-0072561 

95-00 7673 
Sullivan, (i . 

95-007763 
Sullivan, John H. 

05-006830 
5u.llann t Munawar 



Sultana, Q, 
95-OQ6670 



SiimriCr, C. L. 

95-008910 
Surrnerfelt, Tt. C. 

95-0073H3 



Siumierfelt, Robert C. 

93-007738 
Simmers , J . Kevin 

95-OOB853 
Sumpt.er , J . 

Q5-007336 

95-OOBB27 
Sun Meijuan 

95-003016 
Sun, 11, 

95-008691 
Sunder, Shyam 

55-OOB27G 
Simolic., Tomokl 

95-008059 
Suquet , H. 

95-007300 
Su(|iiet, Marc 

95-007591 
Surprenant, Donald C. 

95-OOB911 
Suailowati, Tutl 

95-007301 
Suter, Werner 

95-OOB258 
Sutherland, I. !!. 

95-006575 
Button, John F. 

95-009571 
Suuronen, Petrl 

95-00922'. 
Buzak, V. I. 
. 95-008385 
Suzilaltsev, A. 

95-007852 
Suzuki, Katsiuni 

95-008132 
Suzuki, Ken-ichl T. 

95-00817A 
Suzuki, Kouki 

95-007692 
Suzuki, Kunio 

95-008757 
Suzuki, H. 



Suzuki, Manpei 

95-007815 
Suzuki , Nobutnka 

95-007654 
Suzuki, S. 

95-008570 

95-006601 
Suzuki, T, 

95-007670 
Suzuki, Toshiya 

95-008259 
Suzuki, Y, 

95-008788 
Suzuki, Yuzuru 

95-007550 

95-007551. 
Sveinbjornsson, Baldur 

95-007833 
Sveinsaon, Torarinn 

95-007652 
Svontlaen, Y. S. 

95-008179 
Svcnsson, Bengt-Goran 

95-008995 
Swain, Hilary M. 

95-0094S9 

95-009450 
Swanson, P. 

95-007612 
Sweeney, Mary E. 

95-007443 



FR 40 ('t> 



271 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Sweet ing, Ruston M. 

95-008933 
Swiderski, Donald !,. 

95-007544 
Swinney, G. N, 

95-008414 
Syarifuddhi, S. 

95-007988 
Sylvia, fi. 

95-001558 
Sylvia, Paula 
95-007302 
55-007599 
S yjnon , C . 

95-008370 
Symulii, John 
95-008776 
Szabo, H. 

95-007853 
Szecgi, E. 

95-007676 
Szeglales, T. 
95-008996 
Szegletes, Zs, 

95-008996 

Szekely, Cs. 

95-008796 

Szlaralnska, Malgorzata 
95-007100 
95-007116 
95-007197 
Szuki, Kengo 
95-008023 
SzulkoHska-Kojnczek, Elzbleta 

95-000947 

Tabata, H, 

95-007670 

95-007854 

Tabcharani, J. A. 

95-007648 
Taccogiia, Gary Scott 

95-009403 
Tadrieo, Pat 
95-007411 
Taggart, C, T. 

95-Q0792B 
Takaba, Hlnoni 

95-009206 
Takagl, Tsutomu 

95-OOB023 
Takagi, Yasuakl 

95-007855 

Takahashi, H, 

95-007670 

Takahashi, K. 

95-008740 

Takahaahi, Toyotni 

95-008260 
Takatsu, Tetguyn 

95-OOB260 
Takel, y. 
95-007553 
95-007BS6 
Takeuchi, Hiroaki 

95-0079B9 
Takeuchl, Hiroyuki 

95-007291 

Takeuchi, Toshio 

95-007322 

95-007658 

95-007701 

95-007702 

Taksdal, T. 

95-0087^8 

Takaflal, Torunn 

95-OOH749 



Tii 11 Is, Jolni II. 

05 -(log on 7 
Tiiinal, Truliikazii 

95-007'Jf)7 
Taiiiav.onxt , [, . 



Tamlio, A] t roil M. 
95-007/1 3 a 

Tan, C. H. 
05-007630 
95-0077 1ft 

Tana, Jukka 



Tanaka, M. 
OS-OOB?'!*) 
9S-OOn7Hfl 

Tmialta, KlilnJI 

95-0007:12 

TfiTiakn, YeilchL 



Tanakn, Yoslilnltl 
05-00 783 '/ 

Tanakii, You I c hi 
<JS-008i/ t ? 

Tanck, H. W, T, 
JS-007H.'iH 



TancllBf, A. 



TniiiUin, K. K, 
55-007'. 71 
'J5-l)(>7!i'J] 
<J5-OOfla77 
05-00(1300 
95-008310 
TaaL, Akililli.i 

95-009 lag 
Tani(;m4<i, A. 
9.'i-009.'i57 
Tontiur, 0,-inny K. 

95-008097 
Tamiiifi, YaHulilro 

95-0076/(fi 
TanlJkll.t.1., Chiil.lniii 

93 -00 '/US <f 
Tapay, I.. M, 
93 -00 8 730 
Tnplinm, Donalil C, 

Orj-007030 
'i'arhox, KeiiucMli E. 

03-008112 
TarliiiK, fi, A. 

9. r i-OOHS70 
TnniclifiliiimklL, I/It 

9rj-OOH572 
Tar rub, Kal.lmr 

95-OOB70. r ) 
Tarter, Dtnin.ld 

05-009090 
Tausliinrl , M, 

OS -007 3 45 
'I'ntnor, Mary F. 

95-007862 
Tolrnl, Istvaii 

05-000312 
Tatsuknwn, KanU-lii 

03-007370 
Tuvo, Dotiglaii 
05-007255 
95-007090 
Tavlp, W. J. 
95-007412 
Taylor, Andrew 

9S-009124 

Taylor, D. Scott 

93-008329 



FR 40(4) 



272 



. .tUSTlJJLJEfl.... 
ay lor, D. Scott 

95-009451 
ay lor, E. V. 



Taj-lor, ElioL 

95-U0910B 
raj- lor, Frances R.. 

95-00959? 
r.=Lj-lor, Greg 

95-00910'; 
Taylor, John D, 

95-007700 
fay lor, P. V. 

95-008602 
Baylor, Siriney 

95-O09207 
Taylor, William W. 

95-009068 
Pazau-a, E. 

95-007861 
frJien, T. T, 

95-QQ7700 
Teesdale, William .1. 

95-QDB.289 
feinelra, Rogerlo L. 

95-008261 
Tejada, A. W. 

93-OOB8S1 
fe-jicalla, Francesca G. 

95-008979 
reo, Lcng-llong 

95-OQ7911 
rerborgh, John W. 

95-009071 
ferlasjd, B. 

95-008603 
TorLlzzl, Daniel E. 



Terser. D. 



Tessarl, V- 

95-OQ813B 
Tengels, Guy G, 

95-008393 
rhaluiria, S. C. 

95-008^56 
Thine! , Anne 
95-009503 
Ttilry, K. 

95-008509 

95-OOB731 
Ihl yagarajah , Armilbavaranl 

95-OOBTB2 
Hiona , Roger 

95-008123 
Thonann, Robert V. 

95-GDB854 
Thcxnas, C. D. 

95-0090B9 
Iliomas , Chad D, 

95-008151 
Thcxnaa, Peter 

95-00790D 
"nionas , R . 

95-009658 
Ttiotrias , Stephen H. 

95-00861)^ 
TTiocnsrson, Jamie E. 

95-007930 
Thompson i E. ^^. 

95-007803 
Thocnps on, 1 . 

95-007371 

K. D. 



Thoopson, Kim D. 
95-007B62 



Thompson, Kip It. 

95-007532 
Thomson, H. 

95-007338 
Thorarensen, H. 

95-007863 
Tliorburn, H. A. 

95-008479 



Thorbum, Margaret A. 

95-007188 
Thoresen, 0. F. 

95-008521 
Thornton, Julian C, 

95-008605 
Thorpe, J, 

95-009'il2 
Thorpe, J. E. 
95-008038 
95-009078 
95-009079 
Thorpe, John 
95-009406 
Thorpe, John E. 
95-008016 
95-008105 
Thrower, Frank 

95-009179 
Thrower, Frank P. 

95-009203 
Thune, R. ! 
95-008482 
95-008516 
95-008517 
95-008518 
95-008554 
95-008369 
95-008Q06 
Thune, Ronald L. 
95-008607 
95-000671 
95-008752 
Thurman, W. Mark 

95-008311 
Thys Van Den Audenaerele, 

95-008393 
Tialnen, T. 
95-008582 
95-008608 
Tidwell, James 11. 

95-007256 
Tiedje, James 

95-008859 
Tlefenbach, Dakar 

95-008762 
Tierney, J. F. 

95-008025 
Tlei-ney, M. L. 

95-007553 
Tierach, Terrence 

95-007994 
Tilak, K. S. 
95-008998 
Tilak, Raj 

95-008106 
Tillitt, D. E. 

95-008910 
Tillitt, Donald E, 

95-008956 
Tinmina, Charles A. 

95-008333 
Ting., R. S. 

95-008908 

Tipping, Jack M. 

95-007130 

95-007189 



Dirk F. E, 



FR 40(4) 



273 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Tjecidema, R- H. 

95-01)8867 
Tobiti, Brian 

05-009340 
Tochilin, Victor A. 

95-008133 
Todd, Gary 1.. 

9 5 -00 92 'JO 
Totlil. Thomas H. 

95-007991 
login, Kal.hy H, 

95-009057 
Tuguyeni , A. 

95-009580 
Tokai, Tadiislu 

95-009261 

93-009541 
Tokranov, A. H. 

95-008230 

95-008312 
Tokunaga, f. 

95-007521 

95-007949 
Toledo F. , S. A. 

95-007933 
Tunas so, J. R. 

95-008999 
Tcmasso, Joseph R. , Jr. 

95-007244 

95-GOBH62 
Tonn, H. H. 

95-008110 
Toranzo, A. E. 

95-008519 

95-000531 

95-008560 

95-008586 

95-008589 

95-008609 
Torcnbeek, R. 

95-009309 
Torgcrsen, Y. 

95-007131 
Torhy, C. 

95-008693 
Tormancn, Vuokko 

95-007903 
Torres, Atlela 

95-007979 
Torres, Patricio 

95-008824 
Torricelli, Patrizla 

95-OOB035 
Torrlssen, 0. J. 

95-007593 
Torrisscn, Ole J. 

95-007341 
Torroha, H. 

95-007533 
Tola, I). 

95-007545 

95-007589 
Toth, L. G. 

95-007853 
Totland, G. K, 

95-008690 

95-008706 
Toussalnt, H. W, 

95-008680 
Toussaint, Margaret W. 

95-009000 
Townsend, Wendy R, 

95-009091 
Toyohara, Hamhiko 

95-QOB6JZ 



Tranmell, Melissa 

95-009612 
Ti-nnL, John H. 

95-007770 
TranulLs, H. 

95-007576 
Trnvls, Curtis C. 

95-005001 
Traxlar, G. S. 

95-OOS753 
Tremain, Derek H. 

95-008358 

9.1 - DOB U 5 
Trial, Joan R. 

95-000204 

95-009402 
Triimtaphyll]eli3 f li, V. 

95-007332 
Trlckleljank, K. A. 

95-009002 
Trobritlgc, G. D. 

95-008754 
Trojmiowakl, Jan 

95-008955 

95-008856 
Tromitsky, I. U. 

95-008443 
TroiigvanielHiani, K. 

95-008534 
Trottior, Sylvaln 

95-00&906 
Trust, T, J. 

95-008611 
Trust., Trevor J. 

95-000574 

95-OOS604 

95-008610 
Tsai, II. -T. 



95-008945 
Tsarln, S, A. 

95-009231 
Tscpkin, Yc. A. 

95-008 J56 
Tserpes, CJeor^o 

95-008313 
Tslmenidcs, Niknl 

95-000313 
Tsukamoto, K. 

95-007961 
Tauruda, Kiiziililrn 

93-009232 
Tsututa, Kn/uhlro 

95-008296 
Tsutsunii, Hlroakl 

95-009128 
Tucker, Cmlg K, 

95-007073 

93-00713^ 
Tullock, John 

95-007'.06 
TurcaLti, H. H. 

35-008959 
Turingan, Ralpli B. 

95-00753'i 

95-007540 
Turley, Bonnie S, 

35-000900 
Turley, Steven R. 

95-008900 
Turner, Bruce J. 

93-007930 

95-008329 



Tumor, G. F. 
95-008413 



FR 40(4) 



274 



AUTHOR INDEX 



TuLLJiriinEti, ATiria-l.lisa 

95- 00914 J 
Tyler. Jeffrey A. 

95-009261 
TzJnaB, Georg 

55-007302 

95-007405 

95-007599 
l"i-ect, CtirJstoplier 

95-00717* 
L'ctiijiKTdt Takisto 

95-00750* 
Wevltz, Mnrk S. 

95-D093H* 
fed a, rtklt.i 

95-00765^ 

LTC^t5l1, K. 

95-Q07B94 
L"^n.o, Vasuhlro 

95-COH175 
l/esaka, Tostilhlro 

95-00766* 
UfoJlke, E, Z. C. 

95-007372 
LUgeiics, Y. 

95-U07131 
Ulrich, S.-P, 

95-009*07 

lAjeda, Susitriiti 

95-007315 
Lralo, E. 



Itiaer, H. A. 

^5-009005 
l^otanl, Ilauro 

95-01)6222 
Urano. flklhlsa 

5i-007ri50 

95-OOJ551 
Urawa, S. 

95-OOB673 

95-OOR&80 
L'rava, Slilgeliiko 

95-OOH136 



95-00867* 
^5-008675 



Urhan*Jci.lora.ka , Ewa 

95-D0710O 
TJrlbc, J. C. 

95-007190 
Usjneiiskaya, A . V, 

95-008676 
Vadas, Hobert I.. , Jr. 

95-UU940I) 
VallliiTicoui-t , Guy 

95-006150 
Val sins, A, C. 

95-C10S6Q4 
Val, A. L. 

95-CQT606 

95-007B4O 

S5-007B05 

as-ooaooa 
Valdcmaracn, John W. 

95-OD9''+70 
%'aldcz Gnn?.alc2, Arcadia 

95-003262 
Valencia, V. 

95-007082 
VaUre, F. 

93-0073*^ 
Vallarino, Hark 

95-006332 
Valid, J. L. 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Vallet, J. 1., 
95-007907 
Valtonon, E. T. 

95-OOBQ15 
van Aardt, H. J, 

95-007632 
Van Audekerke, J. 

95-007575 
van Banning, P. 

95-008779 

van Dam, A. A.. 

95-007373 

95-00737'. 

Van de Giichte, Kces 

95-OOH968 
van <lc Wai, JanWillcm 

95-OD760'. 
Van <Je Weghe, B. 

95-007346 

Van den Avyle, Michael J. 

95-008375 

95-O0920B 

95-009211 

van den Berg, C. 

95-007535 
van den Boogaart, J. G, H, 

95-007536 
van den HeuveL, Michael It. 

95-009003 
van den Nieuwenhuizen, Arencl 

93-007414 

van den Thillart, G. E. E. J. M. 
95-007765 
95-007B66 

van der Elst, R. P. 
95-008072 
95-008323 
03-008325 
van der lloijden, A. J. H. 

95-007627 
van der Htiijden, Angeliquc J. H. 

95-007573 

van der Jieljden, M. H. T. 
95-007858 
95-007667 
95-008480 
Van Der Kraak, G. 

95-007761 
Van dor Linden, A. 

95-007575 
Van der Meer, J. 

95-009233 
van der Meer, Olli 

95-OOB083 
van. der Meeren, T. 

95-008441 
van dor Schalie, William H. 

95-009000 
Van der Veer, II. H. 

95-009233 
Van Dobben, W. H. 

95-008263 
van Ecrden, Mennobart 

95-008267 

van Eerden, Mennobart R. 
95-00826** 
95-009263 
95-008266 
95-008269 
95-006273 
95-008968 
Van Hauwaert, M. L. 

95-008811 

van Liere, L. 

95-009044 

van Lieshout, E. 

?5-007565 



FR 



275 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



van Mulswlnkel, V. R, 

35-008670 
van Huiswlnkol, Vi IJem B. 

95-008656 
Van Ness, Justin 

95-009095 
van Rljn, Jaap 

95-00707'i 

95-007133 
vau Roolj. J. H. 



van Snik, G. H- J. 

95-007536 
Van Thlelen, Kudi 

95-0092B5 
Van Veld, Peter 

95-007636 
Van Vooten, Allan R. 

95-009209 
van Vuren, J. H. J . 

95-00898'. 
van Hezel, AnnemariG P. 

95-009004 
VanderKooy, Steven Jay 

95-008371 
Van rial, Peter 

95-009313 
Varanasi, U, 

95-OD84SB 

95-008942 

95-008956 
Varanasi, Ushn 

95-008993 
Varas, A. 

95-007533 
Varma, K. J, 

95-008575 
Varnell, l.ylc H. 

95-008372 

95-008373 
Varriale, A. H. 

95-008612 
Vasll'ev, V. P. 

95-007992 
Vasil'eva, E. 

95-007537 

95-008416 
Vaall'yev, V. 

95-008417 
Vasil'yeva, Ye. 

95-008417 
Vaallets, I,. A. 

95-007816 
Vagquez, R. 

95-008440 
Vdoviii t A. H. 

95-008180 
Vechkanov, V. S. 

95-008291 
Vega, Robert R. 

95-009513 
Volt, H. P. 

95-007666 
Veldkamp, llonnie 

95-007536 

95-008268 
Veltri r Robert W. 

95-007779 
Venegas-Gallndo, N. Angelica 

95-009509 
VenkaLesh, B. 

95-007630 
Venturinl, G. 

95-007588 
Vecahunplriya, Hisuthi 

95-007348 



D. 



D. 



Verani, Jose [tahon.o 

95-007232 
Vcrhost, P. H. 

95-007627 
Verbost, Pinter N, 

95-007573 
Verbruggo, D. A. 

95-008910 
Veflhnc, V. 

95-008677 

Verma, K. J, 

95-007868 

Varspoor, E. 

95-007927 

Vertucux, C, 

95-0073.16 

Vestergaard JoraciKn'i 

95-OOB6VO 
Vial, H. V. 

95-0071BO 
Vicente, A. 

95-007533 
Vickery, WilHani I,. 

9, r t-OOaO'i9 
Vldaurrl-Sotelo, A. l 

95-009509 

Vidcler, J. J. 

95-0075^.2 

95-008314 

Vieira, Vern ]., A, 

95-007491 
Vigano, Lulgi 
95-008885 
Vihcrvuorl, Anno 

95-009539 

Vljayan, M. M. 

95-007637 

95-007869 

Vijayaraghavan, Sltum 

95-008B72 
Vlkhraan, A. A. 

95-007S13 
Villavlcencio-(iirny/. j 

95-008151 
Villena, A. 

95-008622 
Vincent, A. 

95-0095',2 
Vinci, G. K. 
95-008107 
Vlrkki, I,. V. 
95-007670 
Vitrnstein, Robe ft. I/, 

95-008357 
Viacher, Heinrh:h A, 

95-007539 

Vogelbcln, W. K. 

95-008903 

95-009005 

Vogl, A. W. 

95-007S62 
Vogler, Alftioil I'. 

95-007993 
Vogt, V. M. 



Vogt, Volkcr M. 

95-008707 
Volante, J, f). 

95 -0093 1, 3 
Volk, E. C, 

95-009158 
Volkart, Bill 

95-00741S 
Volodin, V. M. 

95-009425 
Volpatti, D. 

95-007677 



FR 40(4) 



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AUTHOR INDEX 



Volstail, Jon Halge 

95-009562 
von rfer lluni.lt, J. 

95-OOT19O 
Vonck, A. P- M. A, 

95-007627 
Vosianber. Eereud 

95-00826 it 

15-008269 
Voss, K. H. 

95- 00894 B 
Vo-5 1 i-adovsky , J L r I 

15-009114 
Vcys t Loushk In i I) . N . 

95-007363 
i'rl jcnhock. Holier I. C. 

15-007956 
Waagbo, R. 

95-00727R 

95-007576 

55-00759:il 

95-007871 
Waclitel, Stephen 

95-007994 
Wada, Shin pel 

95-008613 
Winln, Yuko 

35-007771 
Wade, M. 

95-0071^:1 

WiidP, T. L. 

95-009011 
Wade, Terry L. 

95-000834 

95-008849 
Wagner, Eric J. 

95-007175 

95-007191 
Wiignrr, Jeff ry Et . 

95-009435 
Wiignuc, U. 

95-OOB&14 
Ualiab, A. 

95-00719H 
Wahl, Unvld II. 

95-007319 

^5-000210 
Hahll, T. 

*l. r )-00e(i77 
Wrtinvrlght-, Peter C. 



Lvooil, K, G. 
95-007735 
inbjyastii , H. 



95-OOB76? 

Wakcfleld, W. Waldo 



Waknitz, F. Hi 1 Ham 

95-009173 
Waldnan, John R. 

95-008374 
Walker, C. C. 

95-008402 
Valker, Davlii J, 

95-009321 
KalXec, Mary K. 



Walker, Peter G. 
95-Q0967B 



Wall, A. E. 
95-007303 
95-0075'.! 
Wallin, Julie K. 
95-008375 
95-00920B 
95-009211 
Walsli, Patrick J. 
95-007872 
95-007HG7 
Wambcke, S. R. 

95-007789 
Wang Vising 

95-007723 
Wang, Jill- tcrng 

95-008152 
Wang, R. 

95-007873 
Wang, S. B. 

95-008153 
Wang, Shyli-Bin 

95-009'.52 
Wailless i S. 

95-009227 
Wfinzcnbock , Joaef 
95-00825'i 
95-009409 
Ward, J. V. 

95-009410 
Ward, Mir.liael 

95-008122 
Ward, N. 

95-008857 
Ward, P. 

95-008370 
Ward, Faul I. 
95-007505 
Ward, Rocky 
95-009183 
95-009212 
95-009213 
Ward, Timothy J. 

95-008911 

Wardlc, C. S. 

95-0075'.2 

95-009221 

95-009222 

Waring, C. P. 

95-OOB879 

Warke, G. H. A. 

93-008270 
Warne, J. H. 
95-00787'> 
Warren, J. W. 
95-007087 
Warren, W. G, 
95-00892& 
Harrington, Stuart 

95-008253 
Watanabe, Akihiko 

95-007875 
Watanabe, K. 
95-008738 
Watanabe, Takchiko 

95-007876 

Watanabe, Takeshi 

95-007322 

95-007348 

95-007658 

95-007701 

95-007702 

Watanabe, Tokuko 

95-007522 

Watling, Lea 

95-009105 

Watral, V. G. 

95-00849't 



277 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Watson, L- R. 
95-008755 
Watten, Barnatiy J. 

95-007444 
Watt.lcy, Jack 

95-007357 

Waugh, David 

95-007077 

15-007878 

Webb, D. J. 

95-007853 
V'oblj, David A. 

95-008839 
Weber, 1). N. 

95-008092 
Weber, Lisa 

95-000298 
Weber, PeLer G. 

95-000243 
Weber, R. E. 

95-007879 
Webster, Carl D. 

95-007250 

95-007B8Q 
Wehrle, Denise 

95-009146 
Weil, Claudine 

95-007571 
Wein, Eleanor E. 

95-009147 
Welsh, Stuart A. 

95-007543 
Wendelaar Bonga, S, E. 

95-007565 

95-007627 

95-008965 
Wendelaar Bonga, Sjoerd E. 

95-007573 
Wennevik, V. 

95-007094 
Hergeland, H, I. 

95-007621 

95-008483 

95-008558 

95-008595 
Wernsing, Paul 

95-008890 
Wernstedt, Kris 

95-009603 
Wettestad, Jorgen 

95-009456 
Wheeler, Q, D. 

95-009092 
Vhipple, H. J. 

95-008494 
Vhitaker, D. J. 

95-008658 
WhUby, p. H. 

95-008515 
Whitchurch, Peter G. 

95-009216 
Vhlte, J. 

95-007828 
White, M. R. 

95-007354 
White, Matthew H. 

95-007995 
Vhlte, Ray J, 

95-009214 
Vhltetiead, P. G, 

95-008S5B 
HiHeslde, Bobby G 

95-009611 
WiHfleld, Alan K. 

93-009453 
MUUler, Thomas R 

95-OQ9093 



Whittlngton, 1, ]). 
95-008766 
95-006S25 
Wliiltlngton, K, ,1. 
95-008615 
95-008701 
Wlioriskey, Fred t). 

95-007001 

Whoriskey, Frudnt lt:k II 
95-OOS3/.0 
95-008154 
Whyte, J. W. (.',. 

95-008786 
Wlchnrdt, I), ['. 

95-008521 
Wlcliowski, FrniiK-JriHcr 

95-009357 
Widuto, Jan 

95-009 30:l 
Wicgertjcs, (!. F. 

95-OBG7'J 
Wlcgortjes , Gunrt. t', 

95-008656 
Wielick, Kolf . 

95-00923Q 

Wiena, G. D. 

95-008616 

95-00861H 

Wiik, Uagnhilii 

95-00857fi 
Wijsman, J. W. H. 

95-009072 
Wlklujid, T. 

95-006521 
Wilder, MnrLlJii 

95-0095'.3 
Wlldisli, David J. 

95-00713/. 
Wilen, James E, 

95-0090B3 
Wiley, EtoborL W, 

95-009215 
Wilkie, DonalJ W. 

95-007135 
Wllklns, H. David 

95-009607 
Wilkinson, flmi 

95-0080^9 
Wilkinson, D;ui I,, 

95-00883^ 
Williams, Bcui.L 

95-008747 
Williams, D. Died ley 

95-000206 
Williams, D. K. 

95-008707 

Williams, D. L. 

95-007303 

95 -00 75A 1 

Williams, David Melt. 

95-00922B 
Williams, EniGSl II., Jr. 

95- 0083 / ( fl 
Wit linns, J. A. 

95-006370 
Williams, Jack K. 
95-009613 
95-00961^ 
Williams, John C, 

95-007347 
Williams, K. G, 

95-007375 
Williams, L. M. 

95-00869'2 

Williams, M, A. 

95-008826 



276 



*. ., CONTINUED. - . 

Vl 11 lama, H. A. 

95-008827 
William, P. C. 

95-008075 
WUUans, R. J. 

95-OOBH58 
Williamson, J. Holt 

95-009605 
Williamson, M- 

95-007541 
Willis, David W, 

95-OOB288 

95-OQS300 

95-009094 
Wl His, John D. 

95-GQ9439 
Willis, H. L. 

95-008868 

95-0090QC 
WI Llis, Scot I. A. 

95-009216 
MILlson, Mary F. 

35-008271 
HILson, J. H. 

95-QQ7H82 
Hi tscn, Jeffrey H , 

95-009597 

95-OD959H 
Wilson, M. R, 

95-007746 
Wilson. Hi LUiim J. 

95-OGB2B3 
Vliiinickl , Alcksander 

95-007631 
Winston, !!. W. 

95-009007 
Wlntcn, .1 . R. 

95-008615 

95-008681 

35-OOB713 

93-00871& 

95-OOB729 
Win ton, James R. 



Wlsniuieii, Brian 1). 

95-OOBO60 

9S-OOH061 
Wlsner, Robert t.. 



VI ikovjahl, Andrzej 

95-009319 
Hlttu, J. IJ. 

95-009233 
WiLLe, Kni-Erik 

95-OO7065 
Wlasow, Teresa 

95-OOQOO8 

95-OOOOO9 
Uoitcwicli, William A. 

95-009 3 26 
Watcrt, Jo.ff 

95-U09566 
Wolcdge, R. C. 

95-007727 
Wolfe, K- 

95-OOB617 
WolEo, M. J. 

95-008B80 
IV dike n, Jerome J. 

95-007303 
Wong Ifongtian 

95-007136 
Wong, A- H. 

95-008249 



Woo, N. Y. S. 
95-007304 
95-007084 
Woo, P. T. K. 
95-008660 
Wood, C. H, 

95-007885 
Wood, Chris G. 

95-009367 

Wood, Girls M, 

95-007Q66 

95-007887 

Wood, P. A. 

95-008618 
Wood, Wendell 

93-009'iH 

Woods, 1.. Curry, III 
95-007258 
95-007277 
Woody, Carol A. 

95-007708 
Wooten, Michael C. 
95-007959 
95-008401 
Wootton, U. 

95-008670 
Wootton, U. J. 

95-007BBfl 
Worrest, Robert C. 

95-009106 
Woschitz, G. 
95-006225 
Wright, David A. 

95-009010 
Wright, J. 

95-008909 
Wright, P. J. 
95-008025 
Wright, Patricia A, 

95-007886 
Hu, Jcn-Leih 
95-008709 
Wu, l,ln 

95-009217 
Wu, Lizhao 

95-007996 
Wynne, Forrest 

95-007259 
Xlong, F. 

95-007958 
Yabe, Hirohl 
95-009129 
Vacgaahl, Hirofiimi 

95-007172 
YakiipiLiyage, A, 

95-007233 
Yaraatla, Hideaki 

95-007889 
Yamaguchi, Haaaahi 

95-009129 
Yamamoto, A. 
95-007890 
Yamamoto, Atsuahi 
95-007997 
95-008619 
Yamamoto, Ken-ichi 

95-007654 
Yamamoto, Hike 

95-007/il6 
Yamanaka, Yulchl 

95-007634 
Yamano, Keisuke 

95-007998 
Yarnaoka, Kosaku 

95-008031 

Yamasaki, Ho too 

95-007864 



FR 40(4) 



279 



1995 



BOOK REVIEW 

A';\;>':I iVo'r.'f.v 5'. J/c, Pattern ami Process, ediled by Paul S. Ciller, Alan G. Hildrew, and David (1 Rjfiocfi SVV- 
!ir i-,ii V(v Mo !4. )9')4. Blackwe!! Science Publishers, Oxford, England, xiii + 649p. Available from ISLulvit'l 
yKniuir KiblifJtions, Inc., 23B Main St., Cambridge, MA 02142 (tel:800-759-&102) fll $75.00 [liolh: (SB'i 

-;i'.r.C^.t;ti ( j-X|. 

A'im'K Etnlosy: Scale. Pattern and Process is the result of a joint meeting of the American Soduly hit I irtirK'lojiy 
ir.ii <\,v:n;)gr,ipliy,ind!h(.' British Ecological Society held in Great Britain In 1992. The 2 I chapU'is .ir<- n-viiv. 
I'j^fi MI tVr-iliwater and marine ecosystems by leading authorities throughout the worfd. ll is (hi- '*i 
i.i;.rii,ff!H'ri>i'.t'J!tem|>t to discuss the interaction between pattern and process fii aquatic ecosystems iitd'lfi-J"--"' 
liHit'jl sircl k'mpor.il scales. 

!(: idi:cir> present .1 rive-page introduction thai describes the organizing framework of the book, ln>;innin^ v. = ^ 
iifihfid.vjuJtic jvstums.thcn moving "down the slope" as far as the ocean depths. This orgajiizjilbn is suniMuir^c.l 
IN jugful graph, admittedly not drawn lo scale because of the vast spatial differences bclwi-un fri'shw.iii r Jf=d 
fti.in r.-.!!:a)-iy stems. In spite of these spalfal differences the number of papers is bafanced t?Kv(!i:n Ihc Uvmn ":'-> 
(V'-,^iirfinwith 10 freshwater and 10 marine chapters and a final concluding chapter by the cdilurs. 



it in the introduction that they present no definition of scale, pal turn, or process. "Jin- .iiplhi.jr '-' 
ttuijtt-r 14 jttempts to define scale in two ways, by either referring to lime and spaco of the .mpro.u h <' t.- 1 
fvi(..'tui!!in irom the d<it.i gathered The summary chapters on freshwater (Chapter 1 9) and inaiinr ( li.ipfi.'r J'J! 
c-t/jiysttms pro'.ide excellent detmilions of the terms and interesting, understandable, anrl unifying if KIM^ '* 
if. irn the iymposium. Readers may want to review these two summary chapters firsl Liefon? fiuU'uw rjiM>^c-i 
m di-Mils presented in the more specific chapters. 

Ihf authors search for commonalities in marine and freshwater ecosystems antf present numerous i oiiiiuri^j;!^ 
Om- dominant conclusion is that physical processes are the architects of heterogeneity in vimi.illy .til .IMU.HL 
f-roiyittiTis. Evamnles of this theme are the role of fluid motion in lakes and rivers In regard to t>ii|ul,ieim 1-1 
ph>K- t pldnkton (Chapter 6) and the impact of fluid motion on oceanic food webs (Cli.splcr I :n An^rf.i.' 
pliDnomcnon related to physical processes yields far more species of freshwater fishes (csnudally i it I .Ikh) " 
Uf,;e Likes than m large rivers of Africa (Chapter 9). The author argues that changeability i>( lln- MV./HV 
environment selects species with broad habitat tolerances (curytopes), whereas riic less vfiri,ibli- Lm^wi^ 1 
viv.ifonriicnt permits development of species with narrow habitat tolerances (stenotones) 
A Hcond commonality in the two ecosystems Is the role of disturbance as a cause of pnidiincss in I.. ^- t - , :! 
n,--I i e J ?? s . f dlsturb 'S!8 ora E? rs ducks, fish, crabs) on benthic habitats (tliaplor I 1 1 ran r!..,w 
' n ' 






10). 



n 
, ron, 



I J i~ , Or'-' ("f".i\j, nail, i_muaj UN UCIILFJIL lldlllldlS 

hy disturbing or reshaping the substrata. Patchiness is also created by nirfctp 

which affects distribution of plankton in lakes (Chapter 7} or benthos in the dcup'siM [r 

f n m! f dle51 '" ' IS com P? ralive approach, that is, in discussing commonalities in tin- uv 
vsttms. A recumng symposium emphasis is the need to consider (he landscape when d,-^ri 
n k tlllder , scored is ? warning that new technology provides intiir .I.U.t 
*n- PK-'.|! . r " f efs , canadec l ual ? | V | ntegrate into conceptual .intTconiputrr modi-Is MM 
I <ucn.^on h uf^-n nmv?Hi r h 'n na ! heories ^ h "6 w ' lh such topics as predator-prey n-Lilre in-Jii 
i _ucci.on, but al>o provides challenging new insights on their mechanisms. 

nr 



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s;^^I?-^*" a s^^s^s^srr,^K < ?:?j;;; j , 




I'Jl 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



Africa 

95-OQJQB9 

95-007216 

95-007219 
Africa, Western 

93-007936 

95-OQB393 
Africa; Atlas Mountain Region 

9 5- 008403 
Africa: Lake Malawi 



95-008413 
Africa: Lake Tanganyika 

95-007379 

95-008042 

95-008236 

95-009306 
Africa: Lake Victoria 

95-007675 

95-007909 

95-007066 

95-OOSJ30 

95-009286 

95-D09295 
Afclca; Niger River and Basin 

95-005317 
Africa: Nile River and Basin 

95-008330 
Alabama 



95-009369 
Alabaraai Five Mile Creek 

95-008881 
Alaska 

95-009014 
95-00905'. 
95-009062 
93-009161 
95-009122 
95-OO9391 
Alaska, Coastal 

95-OGB333 
Alaska, Southcentral 

95-009299 

Alaska, Southeas Lorn 
95-OD9179 
55-009203 
95-009389 
95-009395 
95-009397 
95-009473 
95-009492 
Alaska: Alike Creek 

95-009207 

Alaska: Bristol Day 
95-008111 
95-OOS120 
Alaska: Chlgiiik Lake 

95-OO8279 
Alaska: Cook Inlet, 

95-OOB112 

Alaska: GulE of Alaska 
95-OOQf.S7 
95-00*536 
95-009577 
Alaska i lliarnna Lake 

95-007947 
Alaska: Kamishak Bay 

95-008315 
Alaska: Kenal River 

95-009338 
Alaska: Margaret Lake 

95-009267 

Alaska: Pcince William Sound 
95-QOB729 
95 OQ8B32 



Alaska: Prudhoe Bay 

95-008263 
Alaska: Stikine River 

95-009492 
Alaska; Toolik Lake 

95-007449 
Antarctica 
95-008368 
95-009494 
Antarctica: Anvers Island 

95-008951 
Antarctica! McMurdo Sound 

95-008931 

Arabian Sea and Area 
95-007446 
95-007447 
95-007448 
95-008084 
95-008096 
95-008343 
95-008386 
95-008410 
95-008759 
95-008864 
95-009524 
Arctic Ocean 
95-008208 
95-008316 
95-008350 
Argentina 
95-008177 
95-009489 
Argentina; Pilcomayo River 

95-009343 
Argentina; Rio Bermejo 

95-009343 
Arizona 

95-009138 
95-009324 
95-009597 
95-009598 
95-009613 

Arizona; Dlack River 
95-009198 
95-009597 

Arizona: Lake Mohavc 
95-009195 
95-009606 
Arizona: Little Colorado Rivet 

95-009198 
Arkansas; Ouachita River 

95-008982 
Asia 

95-008356 
Asia, Eastern 
95-007205 
95-009552 

Asia, Southeastern 
95-007205 
95-009552 
Atlantic Ocean 
95-007391 
95-009461 
95-009500 
95-009539 

Atlantic Ocean, North 
95-008318 
95-008346 
95-009<i66 
95-009471 
95-009493 
95-009562 
Atlantic Ocean, North: Bay of Biscay 

95-008274 

Atlantic Ocean, North: Middle Atlantic Bight 
95-007945 



FR 40(4) 



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1995 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



.-.CONTINUED. .. 

Atlantic Ocean, North: Middle Atlantic 

95-008065 
Atlantic Ocean, Worth: Scotlan Shelf 

95-009460 

35-009535 
Atlantic Ocean, Northeastern 

95-007613 

95-007927 

95-008090 

95-008252 

95-008317 

95-OOB378 

95-0084 14 

95-009123 

95-003467 

95-009490 

95-009491 
95-009501 
95-009529 

Atlantic Ocean, Northwestern 
95-007126 
95-008170 
95-OOft39t 
95-008555 
95-008661 
95-008765 
95-008802 
95-008819 
95-008926 
95-008956 
95-009105 
95-009148 
95-009462 
95-009*68 
95-009507 
95-009523 

Atl 4S B cettni South: PnLa Eonian Shelf 
95-008177 

Atlantic Ocean, Southeastern 

95-008196 
Atlantic Ocean, Southwestern 

95-008370 
Atlantic Ocean, Western 

95-008382 

95-009531 
Australia 

95-007273 

95-007340 

95-007375 

95-008222 

95-008453 

95-008692 

95-009098 

95-009495 
Australia: Darling River 

95-009352 
Australia; Fitzgerald River 

95-008322 

95-009024 
Australia: Great Barrier Reef 

95-008761 

95-008766 

95-009228 
Australia: Moroton Bay 

95-008825 



Australia: New South Wales 

M-007242 
Australia! Queensland 

95-007280 

95-007378 

95-008785 

95-008835 

95-00901S 

95-009052 



flight Australia: Tasmania 

95-009037 
Australia: Thomson River 

95-009345 
Australia: Victoria 

95-009345 

Australia: Western Australia 
95-OOS322 
95-009024 
Austria 

95-008225 
95-OOS762 
95-OD9110 
95-009354 
95-009401 
95-009414 
Austria: Honclsee 

95-OOB366 
Austria; River Drau 

95-009348 

Bahama Islands 

95-008781 

95-009517 

Baltic Sea and Area 
95-008272 
95-008363 
95-008995 
95-009224 
95-009490 
95-009491 
Bangladesh 

95-008512 
Barents Sea 
95-008246 
95-008299 
95-008318 
95-008764 
95-008909 
95-008950 
Benin 

95-Q092B5 
Bering Sen 
95-008186 
95-008220 
95-008318 
95-008674 
95-009498 
95-009534 
95-009538 
95-009577 
Bermuda Islands 
95-009493 
95-009514 

Black Sea and Acea 
95-008164 
95-008298 
95-008385 
Bolivia 

95-009091 
Bolivia! Rio Mamorc 

95-008440 
Borneo Island 

95-007262 

Botswana: Okavango River 
95-007460 
95-008341 
Brazil 

95-008168 
95-008382 
95-009124 
95-00946*1 

Brazil! Parana River 
95-008109 
95-009314 
Bulgaria 

95-009337 



FR 40(4) 



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GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



California 

95-009058 

95-009332 

95-009351 

95-009569 
California, Coastal 

95-008333 

95-009282 

95-009455 

95-009528 

95-009592 
California, Eastern 

95-008321 
California, Southern 

95-QC9182 
California: Eel River 

95-009346 
California: Klamath Hivcr 

95-009 m 

95-009593 

California; Lower Klamath Lake 

95-0093G2 
California! fEission Bay 

95-009171 
California: Monterey Day 



California: Noyo Rivar 

95-OOB13Q 
California: Owens River 

95-007072 
California: Sacramento River 

95-009594 

95-009602 
California; Sacramento-San Joaquin Estuary 

95-009430 

93-009437 
California: San Joaquin River 

95-009335 

95-009336 
California: San Joaquin Valley 

95-D089BO 
California: Santa Catalina Island 

95-008182 
California: Scott River 

95-009593 
California: Shasta River 

95-009593 
California: Southern California Bight 

95-007906 
California: Tule Lake 

95-009302 
Cameroon 

95-009308 
Canada 

95-007077 

95-007126 

95-007161 

95-006462 
Canada, Western 

95-008333 
Canada! Alberta 

95-009305 
Canada: Arctic 

95-008208 

95-009*59 
Canada: Baffin Island 

93-003289 
Canada i Batchawana Lake 

95-009296 

Canada: Bay of Fundy 
95-007134 
95-007281 
95-008507 
95-008559 
95-OOB58S 

Canada! British Columbia 
95-007905 



. ..CONTINUED.. . 
Canada: British Columbia 
95-007964 
95-008658 
95-008694 
95-008729 
95-008741 
95-006753 
95-006787 
95-008838 
95-008897 
95-008962 
95-009191 
95-009196 
95-009218 
95-009240 
05-009367 
95-0091103 
95-009404 
Canada i Conception Day 

95-003502 
Canada: Cowan River 

95-009237 
Canada: Des Prairies River 

95-008977 

Canada: Fraaer River 
95-008897 
95-008962 
95-009367 
Canada: Ganaraska River 

95-008852 
Canada: Hudson Day 

95-008209 
Canada; James Bay 

95-007881 
Canada: Lake Croche 

95-008248 

Canada; Manitoba 

95-008075 

95-008234 

95-009103 

95-009362 

Canada: Maritime Provinces 

95-008097 
Canada! Hoisie River 

95-008140 

Canada: Newfoundland 
95-008170 
95-008352 
95-008771 
95-009502 

Canada: Northwest Territories 
95-008289 
95-009313 

Canada! Nova Scotia 
95-008771 
95-008844 
Canada: Ontario 
95-008203 
95-008249 
95-OOB2B1 
95-008596 
95-008836 
95-008852 
95-009133 
95-009245 
95-009296 
95-009298 
Canada: Ottawa River 

95-008977 
Canada; Quebec 
95-007881 
95-008140 
95-008150 
95-008203 
95-008248 
95-008352 



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GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 

Canada: Quebec 

95-OD&362 

95-008768 

95-008835 

95-003977 

95-009133 

95-009375 

95-009/168 

Canada; Queen Charlotte Islands 

95-009218 
Canada: Red River 

95-009362 
Canada: Saskatchewan 

95-009237 
Canada: Seymour River 

95-009403 
Canada: Skcena River 

95-009404 

Canada: St. Lawrence Seaway 
95-008150 
95-008156 
95-008362 
95-008929 
95-00956'. 
Canada: Stave Lake 

95-007905 
Canada: Strait of Georgia 

95-008694 
Canada: Vancouver Island 

95-008658 

Canada: Yukon 

95-009147 

95-009391 

Canary Islands 

95-008090 
Caribbean Area 
95-&07387 
95-007392 
95-fl0753' ( 
95-OOH051 
95-008127 
95-008*101 
95-009479 
95-009526 
95-009527 
Central America 
95-007125 
93-006401 
Chile 

95-007141 
95-008126 
95-008131 
95-008824 
95-009431 
95-Q094S9 
China 

95-008711 
China: Yangtze River and Baain 

95-009392 
Colombia 

95-009458 
Colorado 

95-006345 
95-008361 
95-008673 
95-009050 
95-009104 
95-009199 
95-009377 
95-009378 
95-009418 
95-009609 
Colorado: Dillon Reservoir 

95-009176 

Colorado; Horsetooth Reservoir 
95-009176 



Colorado: Kcnnoy Reservoir 

95-009612 
Colorado: Lake John 

95-009192 

Colorado: Pearl Lake 
95-009192 
95-009304 
Colorado: Steamboat Lake 

95-009192 
Colorado! Stillwater Lake 

95-009192 
Colorado; Trappers Lake 

95-009304 
Colorado: White River 

95-009612 
Colorado: Yaracolo Lake 

95-009192 
Costa Rica 
95-008060 
95-008061 
Cuba 

95-009318 
Czech Republic 
95-007453 
95-008171 
95-008237 
95-008307 
95-008367 
95-009114 
95-009368 
95-009420 
Czech Republic! Dyje River 

95-009117 
Czech Republic! Jililava River 

95-008797 
Czech Republic: Morava River 

95-009113 
Czech Republic: Musov Reservoir 

95-008337 
Denmark 

95-007282 
95-008266 
95-008728 
Ecuador: Aguarico River 

95-008101 
Ecuador: Rio Napo 

95-008331 
Egypt 

95-007899 
El Salvador 

95-OOB408 
England 

95-008157 
95-008253 
95-008826 
95-009112 
95-009294 
England: Culm Rlvtsr 

95-008074 
England; Exe River 

95-008074 
England! Great Ouse River 

95-009342 
England: Tyne River 

95-009394 
Europe 

95-007081 
95-007992 
95-OOB197 
95-008200 
95-008225 
95-008265 
95-008266 
95-008267 
95-008416 
95-008439 



286 



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...COMIKUED. .. 



35-QG9033 



ETS rope., .Eastern 

95-Q06356 
Europe, NorLhe rn 



Europei Danube River and Basin 

95-00507* 

95-009113 

95-009401 
lurope: Iberian Peninsula 

95-OQB<i03 
Europe: Rhine River and llasiu 

95-009111 
Finland 

95-GQ7123 



95-008162 

95-008301 

95-000608 

95-008815 

95-QQ8S75 

95-Q09139 

9S-QO9140 

95-OO9142 

95-003113 

95-Q09145 

95-DDQ559 
rinland: Oulu River 

95-QD9353 
Finland: Pcrhonjoki River 

95-009122 
Florida 

95-O07209 

9S-OOB207 

95-008231 

95-OD8329 

95-OOB5S5 
95-OO8643 
95-OOB661 



95-009177 
95-009216 
95-OD9515 
rida, Coastal 
95-QOS391 



Florida, Sou Lhens tarn 

95-0092O1 
Florida, Southern 
95-OOH819 
95-C09095 
Florida: Banana River Lagoon 

95-D0913.2 
Florltlfi: Indian River Lagoon 

95-Q0833B 

95-OOQ357 

95-OOB356 

95-G08391 

95-008^15 

95-009115 

95-009116 

95-QQ9432 

95-009435 

95-009&39 

95-0094^5 

9J-O09449 



95-OD9451 
Florida: Keys 

O5-O08860 

95-003912 
Florida: Lake Harris 

95-OO&5B4 



FR 



Florida: Mosquito Lagoon 
95-009132 
95-009448 
Florida; Suwannec River 

95-008360 
France 

95-007166 
55-008138 
95-008146 
95-008160 
95-008165 
95-00827'. 
95-008703 
95-009099 
95-009323 
55-009395 
France: Bay of Bourgneuf 

95-009503 

France: Galfe de St. -Halo 
95-008198 
95-008199 

Frances Rhone Klver 
95-007910 
95-009125 
France: River Seine 

95-008887 
France: Saone Rivet 

95-007910 
French Guiana 

95-009333 
Galapagos Islands 

95-009463 
Georgia: Clark Hill Reservoir 

95-009423 

Georgia: Savannah River 
95-008375 
95-009208 
95-009211 
Germany 

95-008184 
95-008226 
95-008938 
95-009292 
95-009357 
95-009366 

Germany: Lake Constance 
95-008161 
95-008650 
95-009255 
Great Lakes 
Q5-008335 
95-008799 
Greece 

95-007286 
95-007502 
95-008833 
Greenland 
95-009522 

Guinea 

95-007938 
Gulf of Mexico 

95-007391 

95-007915 

95-008287 

95-008320 

95-008348 

95-008391 

95-008853 

95-009462 

95-009480 

95-009482 

Hawaii 

95-007513 

95-009188 
95-009250 
95-009499 



1995 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



Hawaii: Kaneohe Bay 

95-009189 
Heard and McDonald Islands 



Hong Kong 

95-008205 
Hungary 

95-007223 

95-OQ94Q9 
Hungary: Lake Balaton 

95-009796 

95-009312 
Iceland 

95-008496 

95-000546 

95-008547 
Idaho 

95-008163 

95-009209 

Irlahoi Rear Lake 

95-008359 
Idaho: Redfish Lake 

95-007156 
Idaho: Snake River 
95-007156 
95-00716'i 
95-007912 
95-009321 
Illinois 

95-007975 
95-009130 
95-009168 
Illinois: Illinois River 

95-009371 
Illinois: Jordan Creek 

95-008369 
India 

95-007103 
95-007196 
95-007199 
95-007213 
95-007235 
95-007236 
95-007247 
95-007283 
95-007446 
95-0071147 
95-007448 
95-007514 
95-007531 
95-008084 
95-008096 
95-00810* 
95-008255 
95-008276 
95-008304 
95-008309 
95-008310 
95-008456 
95-008627 
95-008628 
95-008646 
95-OOS712 
95-OOB773 
95-008810 
95-008818 
95-009049 
95-009150 
95-009152 
95-009159 
95-009363 
95-009550 
India! Brahnaputra River 

95-008065 

India: Chilka Lake 
93-007524 



India; Ganga River 
95-008985 
95-009263 
95-009364 
India! Gobindaagar Reservoir 

95-008277 

India: Hooghly Estuary 
95-007524 
95-008128 
95-008139 
95-008426 
95-008653 
95-008777 
95-008837 
India: Ilusainsagar Lake 

95-008303 
India; Krishna River 

95-008809 
India; Kulgarhi Reservoir 

95-008143 
Indiai Nagarjunasagnr Reservoir 

95-008107 
India: Pullcat Lake 

95-008104 
India: Yamuna Hiver 

95-008840 
Indian Ocean 
95-007963 
95-008072 
95-008078 
95-008324 
95-008325 
95-008386 
95-008404 
95-008618 
95-009101 
93-009231 
95-009476 
95-009510 
Indiana 

95-009365 
Indiana: Wabash River 

95-009341 
Iowa: East Okohoji Lake 

95-009185 
Iraq 

95-006343 
Ireland 

95-007434 
95-008346 
95-009327 
95-009344 
95-009379 

Ireland! Galway Bay 
95-008198 
95-008199 
Israel 

95-007122 
95-007229 
95-007230 
95-006229 
Italy 

05-007265 
95-007288 
95-007901 
95-008156 
95-009029 
95-009035 
Italyi Po River 

95-008885 
Japan 

95-007154 
95-007961 
95-008024 
95-008028 
95-008031 



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GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



006917 
009121 
005128 
009181 
009436 
009516 
009511 
009582 

Funka Bay 
OGB240 
008241 

Sfokkaldo 
007172 
007771 
007954 
OOB1&7 
006174 
008240 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 

Japan 

95-008055 
95-008059 
95-008222 
95-aQS23fl 
95-QQfl239 
95-008396 
95-006364 
95-008390 
95-008481 
95-008553 
95-008613 
95-008730 
95-006735 
95-008739 
95-OOB757 
95-0087-69 
95-0087BB 



95 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 

Japan: 
95 
95 

Japan 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 



W-008637 

95-008673 

95-009469 
Japan: Lake Ellmima 

95-009443 
Japan r Lake ShlkoLsu 

95-008136 
Japan: Hutsu Bay 

95-009260 
Japan: Shafcanbetsu River 

95-008174 
Japan i Ifamayoke River 

95-008365 
Kampuchea 

95-OQB347 
Kansas 

95-006328 

95-009178 
Kansas: Cottonwood River 

93-009600 
Kansas: Lake Reading 

95 -009 4 2/i 
Kentucky 

95-007259 

95-006221 

95-009164 

95-000164 
Kentucky: Taylorsville Lake 

95-008124 
Kenya 

95- 00fl233 
Kenya: Tana River 

95-008159 
Korea 

93-007630 

95-007632 

95-007683 

95-007699 



.. .CONTINUED... 
Korea 

95-008257 
95-006397 
95-008398 
95-009496 
95-009497 
95-009504 
95-009505 
Korea: Yeosu Bay 

95-008770 
Lake Erie 
95-007932 
95-008247 
95-008890 
95-OOB978 
Lake Michigan 
95-007167 
95-009130 
Lake Ontario 
95-008243 
95-00891', 
95-009298 
95-009300 
Lake Superior 
95-007917 
95-009393 
Latin America 
95-009457 
95-009488 
95-009519 
95-009521 
Leaser Antilles 

95-009527 
Louisiana 
95-008082 
95-009482 
95-009485 
Louisiana, Southern 

95-009441 
Louisiana; Calcasieu Lake. 

95-008287 
Louisiana: Ctiauvln Bayou 

95-008212 
Louisiana: Tunica Bayou 

95-008340 
Hacqiiarie Island 

95-009494 
Maine 

95-009194 
Maine, Coastal 

95-009105 
Maine: Penobscot River 

95-009204 
Malaysia: Chenderoh Reservoir 

95-009415 
Mall 

95-009317 
Maryland 

95-007543 
95-009193 

Maryland: Patuxent River 
95-007239 
95-009160 
Maryland: Sawmill Creek 

95-008922 

Maryland! Susquehanna River 
95-009180 
95-009405 
Massachusetts 
95-009356 

Mediterranean Region 
95-007899 
95-008138 
95-008229 
95-008280 
95-008313 



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GKOGHAPfllCAL INDEX 




95-007119 
95-009102 
95-009170 
Mexico: ilaja California h'orte 

95-0082B6 

Mexico: Baja California Sur 

95-007467 

95-OOH151 

95-008326 

Mexico: Colina 

95-009509 

Mexico: Gulf of California 
95-007386 
95-008326 
95-009595 
95-009596 

Mexico: Lake Patzcuaro 

95-009167 

95-009310 

Mexico: Sinaloa 

95-007417 

95-009530 

Mexico: Yucatan 

95-008320 
Michigan 
95-008910 
95-009130 
Michigan: Saginaw Bay 

95-007991 
Micronesia 

95-009512 
Minnesota 
95-009307 
95-009393 
Minnesota, Northern 

95-009038 
Minnesota: Fool 8 

95-009316 
Minnesota: Red Lakes 

95-008142 
Mississippi 
95-007253 
95-008642 
95-008763 
95-009127 
95-009398 
Mississippi: Bayou Pierre 

95-009607 
Mississippi: Luxapalila River 

95-008371 
Missouri 
95-007981 
95-009388 
Missouri, Southern 

95-009279 
Missouri: Current River 

95-008172 
Missouri: Hinkson Creek 

95-009384 
Missouri: Lake Taneycomo 

95-007532 
Missouri: Lamlne River 

95-009339 
Mongol ia 
95-007924 
95-008077 
95-009288 
Montana: Big Hoi e Rtver 

95-007150 
Montana: Flathead Lake 

95-008245 

Montana: Gallattn River 
95-007474 



Montana: Madison Hivar 

95-007474 
Namibia 

95-009020 
Nepal 

95-007246 
Netherlands 
95-OOH263 
95-008264 
95-008266 
95-OOB26S 
95-OOB269 
95-008779 
93-009960 
95-009290 
95-009297 
95-009301 

Netherlands Antilles 
95-OOS314 
95-009526 
95-009527 
Netherlands: Lake Zniil Unnlii nnnnr 

95-009309 
Netherlands; WaUden Sun 

95-009233 
Nevada 

95-008321 
Nevada: Devil's Hole 

95-009599 
Nevada: Lake Mohave 

95-009195 
New Hampshire ; Newfound InKe* 

95-009217 
New Jersey 
95-008920 
95-009045 
New Jersey: Great Bny 

95-008065 
New Jersey: Little Egjj InlM 

95-003065 

New Jersey; Newark Day 
95-008970 
95-OOH971 
New Mexico: Uio do Inn Vmvui 

95-00814't 
New York 

95-008765 
95-009300 

New Vork: Finger Lakes 
95-008775 
95-008776 
Now York: Hudson River KiHumy 

95-008890 
New York! Lake Clmraplnln 

95-009017 
New Zealand 
95-007926 
95-008079 
95-008080 
95-0093Z9 
95-009/ifl3 
New Zealand: Lake Taupo 

95-008339 
North America 
95-008405 
95-008418 
95-008460 
95-008573 
95-008630 
95-009169 
95-009186 
95-009200 
95-009214 
95-009214 

North America! Colorado River ini<) flvml* 
95-008321 



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. ..CCNTIKUED.. 

IVottti America: 
95-OOS67fl 
95-003 13S 
95-009604 
95-009605 
95-009606 
95-009613 

Korits Arasrica: 
95-007142 
95-007 148 



. 

Colorado River and Basin 



Columbia River and Basin 



95-009157 

95-009173 

95-00923.8 

95-009210 

95-009121 

95-009603 
North America: Ilio Grande and Basin 

95-009377 
Morlh America: Yukon River and Basin 

95-009191 
North Carolina: Hyco Heservoir 

55-009170 
Korth Diikotn 

95-0083^2 
So rill Son 

95-007461 

95-008157 

95-009330 

95-009 d5*i 

95-009 <i7O 

95-009486 

95-009(190 

95-009*191 
Northern Ireland 

95-00927O 

95-00933.1 
Norway 

95-00710/1 

95-007111 

95-007184 

95-007953 

95-008179 

95-008575 

95-008393 

95-008637 

95-0086H3 

95-008738 

95-0087^8 

95-OOB7B3 

95-00883.1 

95-009123 

95-005172 

95-QQ9iiG7 

95-009574 
Hoi-way; Ekao River 



Korway: Guribr-andscLiLslagen Rivor 

95-OQB13H 
Norway: Lake Takvatn 

95-008224 
Ohio 

95-0079'iC 

95-008220 

95-005081 
Ohio: Big Darfcy Crook 

95-008123 
Oklahoma 

95-007936 

95-009175 
Oklahoma: Arkansas River 

95-008850 
Oman 

95-0084 1C 
O regon 

95-007177 



. ..CONTINUED. .. 
Oregon 

95-008803 

95-003190 

95-009446 

95-009583 

95-009586 
Oregon, Coastal 

95-008333 

95-009282 
Oregon: Borax Lake 

95-009614 
Oregon: Clackatnaa River 

95-008336 
Oregon: Coos Bay 

95-009442 
Oregon: Iranatia River 

95-009325 
Oregon: Klamnth River 

95-009411 
Oregon: Snake River 

95-007912 
Pacific Ocean 

95-007466 

95-008114 

95-008333 

95-009461 

95-009499 

95-009512 
Pacific Ocean, Eastern 

95-008046 

95-008126 

95-008131 

95-008195 

95-008316 

95-008376 

95-008682 

95-009458 

95-009463 

95-009531 
Pacific Ocean, North 

95-008122 

95-008178 

95-008674 

95-009041 

95-009234 

95-009466 

95-009474 

95-009518 
Pacific Ocean, Northeastern 

95-007467 

95-008169 

95-008182 

95-008286 

95-008326 

95-008956 

95-009046 

95-009244 

95-009282 

95-009447 

95-009455 

95-009475 

95-009477 

95-009487 

95-009509 

95-009528 

95-009530 
Pacific Ocean, Nor times tern 

95-007961 

95-008026 

95-008093 

95-008103 

95-008135 

95-OOB153 

95-008167 

95-008239 

95-008292 



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1995 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



-- .CONTINUED.,. 
Pacific Ocean, Northwestern 
93-008296 
95-008312 
95-008379 
95-OOB387 
95-008389 
95-OQB390 
95-009516 
95-009533 
95-009534 
Pacific Ocean, South 

95-009544 
Pacific Ocean, Southeastern 

95-008845 

Pacific Ocean, Southwestern 
95-007963 
95-008222 
Panama 

95-008046 
95-008051 
Papua New Guinea; Fly River 

95-009048 
Pennsylvania 
95-007543 
Pennsylvania: Susquehanna River 

95-009180 
Persian Gulf 
95-008404 
Peru 

95-008195 
Philippines 
95-007208 
95-008293 
93-008620 
95-008884 
95-009520 
95-009525 
95-009542 
Philippines: Lake Laguna 

95-008960 
Philippines: Naujan Lake 

95-009236 
Poland 

95-007431 
95-008855 
95-OOSB56 
95-009387 
95-009413 
Poland] Gdansk Bay 

95-008843 
Poland: Gulf O f Gdansk 

95-00.8135 
Poland: Lake Hutek 

95-009303 

Poland: Lubrzanka River 
95-008210 
95-008211 

Poland; Pasleka River 
95-008113 
95-009334 

Poland! Pilica River 
95-008117 
95-009381 
Poland! River Nysa Kiodzka 

95-009319 
Polandi Sulejaw Reaervoir 

95-009526 
Poland! Vistula River 

95-008155 

Poland: Wacta River 
95-008116 
95-009380 
95-009382 
Portugal 
95-OOB317 
95-OOS378 



. ..CONTINUED... 
Portugal 

95-009069 
95-009293 
95-009529 

Portugal: Hira Estuary 
95-008095 
95-009427 

Portugal; River Sorrala 
95-008283 
95-009329 
Puerto Rico 

95-008127 
Red Sea and Area 

95-008404 
Romania 

95-009315 
Russia 

95-007633 
95-007917 
95-008045 
95-008350 
95-008354 
95-008528 
95-008841 
95-008842 
95-008851 

Russia; Bo 1' shay n Hlvcr 
95-008125 
95-008230 
Russia: Caucasus Houiilftlii 

95-008417 
Russia: Far Eastern Ititfilo 

95-008230 
Russia: Kamchatka 
95-008133 
95-008312 
95-009534 
Russia; Kola Peninsula 

95-006353 

Russia; Kuril Islands 
95-008290 
95-008292 

Russia: Lake Baykal 
95-007526 
95-009278 
Russia: Lake Pskovakoe 

95-008098 
Russia: Lena River 

95-008087 

Russia; Rybinsk Reservoir 
95-008830 
95-008848 
95-009425 

Russia: Sakhalin Islmul 
95-007970 
95-008194 
Russia: Volga Rival- niul 

95-007478 
Rytikyu Islands 

95-008055 
Saudi Arabia 
95-007076 
Scandinavia! Kattegat Sir nit 

95-008297 
Scotland 
95-007109 
95-007149 
95-007158 
95-007165 
95-008847 
95-009227 
Scotland: Vthan Estujiry 

95-008251 

Sea of Japan 

95-008180 

95-008259 



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.. CONTINUED... 

Sea of Japan 

95 -00 8155 

95-009206 

95-009541 

95-009516 

95- 009541 
Sea of Okhotsk 

95-00-7771 

95-00-7770 

95-008175 

95-009208 

95-009469 

95-009533 
Slovenia: Mura River 

95-009351 
South Africa 

95-008009 

95-008072 

95-008196 

95-008323 

95-008324 

95-008325 

95-008349 

95-008861 

95-009453 

95-009476 

95-009510 
South Africa: Crocodile Iliver 

95-009359 
South Africa: Elands River 

95-009359 
South Africa: Gamtoos River 

95-007462 
South Africa: Reran Estuary 

95-009434 
South Africa: OLlfnnls River 

95-0039B4 

95-009422 
South America 

95-007125 

95-0081(10 

95-009531 
SouLti America: Amazon River and Basin 

95-008168 

95-009071 

95-009124 

95-OOQ'i07 
South Carolina 

95-007913 

9 5- 00899*1 
South Carolina: Cooper River 

95-007925 
South Carolina: Sant-eo River 

95-007925 
South Carolina: Savannah River 

95-008375 

95-000208 

95-009211 
South Dakota 

95-008293 
Spain 

95-OD7082 

95-007597 

95-008252 

95-008403 
Spaltu River Duero 

95-008244 
Sri Lanka 

95-009072 
Sweden 

95 -00 B 110 

95-006297 

95-008877 

95-00&095 
Switzerland 

95-OQ825B 



...CONTINUED.. . 
Switzerland 

95-009358 
Taiwan 

95-008103 
95-008135 
95-008152 
95-008153 
95-00'S387 
95-008662 
95-008846 
95-008941 
95-008945 
Tennessee 
95-007706 
95-008334 
95-009132 
95-009350 
Tennessee! Center Hill Reservoir 

95-009419 
Tennessee! Clinch River 

95-005374 
Tennessee! Cumberland River 

95-008121 

Tennessee: Dale Hollow Reservoir 
95-008118 
95-008311 
Tennessee: East Fork Poplar Creek 

95-OOB944 

Tennessee: Great Smoky Mountains Natl. Park 
95-008334 
95-009383 
Tennessee; Normandy Reservoir 

95-008214 
Tennessee: Tennessee River 

95-008121 
Tennessee: Tims Ford Lake 

95-009421 
Tennessee: Woods Reservoir 

95-008214 
Texas 

95-008747 
95-009174 
95-009183 
95-009212 
95-009213 
95-009513 
Texas , Southeastern 

95-009126 

Texas: Galveston Bay 
95-008834 
95-008849 
95-009444 
95-00947B 
95-009532 
Texas: Trinity River 

95-008191 
Thailand 

95-OOB484 
Trinidad and Tobago 

95-008014 
Tunisia 

95-008921 
U.S. Virgin Islands 

95-009097 
Uganda 

95-008330 
Ukraine 

95-008939 
95-009119 
United Kingdom 
95-008585 
95-008744 
95-008798 
95-008813 
95-008816 
United States 
95-007087 



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1995 



GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



...CONTINUED.. 

United States 
95-007174 
95-007195 
95-007437 
95-008278 
95-008300 



95-008454 
95-008B53 
95-009043 
95-009065 
95-009166 
95-009440 
95-009481 

United States, Eastern 
95-008802 
95-009096 

United States, Northeastern 
95-008956 
95-009093 

United Slates, Northwestern 
95-009077 
95-009373 
United States, Southeastern 

95-009369 
United States, Western 

95-008741 

United States; Chesapeake flay 
95-007239 
95-008216 
95-008699 
95-009405 
95-009452 
United States: Middle Atlantic States 

95-008853 

United States; Mississippi River and Basin 
95-008137 
95-009316 
95-009371 
95-009388 
95-009399 

Unl n^' 1 ;! tates; Missouri River and Basin 

95-OOB342 
United States: NEW England 

95-009507 
United States. Ohio River and Basin 

95-007995 

Pacific and Mountain Slates 



Utah 

95-006163 
Utah: Bear Lake 

95-008359 
Utah: Prove River 

95-008668 
Utah: Virgin River 

95-009613 
Venezuela 

95-007393 

95-GOB013 

95-008173 

95-009479 
Vermont 

95-009356 
Vietnam 

95-007093 
Virginia 

95-007071 

95-007543 

95-008319 

95-009141 
Virginia, Southeastern 

95-009005 
Virginia! Elizabeth Rive 

95-008903 

95-009005 



Virginia: Roanokth Ellver 

95-00940B 

Virginia: York lUvur hslua 
95-008261 
95-000372 
95-008373 
Wales 

95-008858 
Wales: River Dec 

95-009109 
Washington 
95-007708 
95-008427 
95-008707 
95-009006 
95-009045 
95-009202 
95-009584 

Washington, Coa jil.nl 
95-008119 
95-008333 
95-009270 
Washington; Grays Elarluir 

95-008183 
Washington; Hainan t.iikr 

95-009291 

Washington: Pugot Siinn.1 
95-007169 
95-008488 
95-OOS729 
95-008868 
95-000993 
Washington: SkngU Hlv<-i- 

95-009107 

Washington: Snake IUvni 1 
95-007164 
95-007912 
95-009321 
West Virginia 
95-007543 
95-009026 
95-009090 
West Virginia: Mu;uKiw Itivi-i 

95-008327 
Wast Virginia: MUldlt- lalm 

95-008344 
Wisconsin 
95-008137 
95-000839 
Wisconsin; Pool (I 

95-009316 
Wisconsin; Wisconsin lvt*r 

95-008094 
Wyoming 

95-007902 
95-008115 
95-008166 
95-008294 
95-009205 
Wyoming; Wind River 

95-009100 
Wyoming: Yellowstone- Nail. I 

95-009036 
Yellow Sea and Aren 

95-007951 

Zimbabwe: Lake Karllm 
95-009311 




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SUBJECT INDEX 



Ailnluistratjve Reports 
Atl. States Mar. Kisli. 
Co'iii, JAium. Rep. 



Inter- Am. Trop. Tviim Comni. 
95-OOS6S2 
Aquatic PI Hilts 



S5-C0707S 

95-B07252 



Algal Blooms 

95-007073 
Coiitrol/Algao 

95-00707J 
Controiynio Logical 

95-00723*1 
Con Lroiy Welter Levels 

95-007072 
Dlatcns 

95-OOB952 
Flow Reglmus 

95-007072 

CtJIETill 

45-ODB16B 
Polantogcttin 



licila 



1'oxJc Algae 
9IJ-007166 



95-008952 



95-0075:11 
Activity Pat herns 



Sys Lorn 



-35-008016 
SS-OOG033 



Q5-008172 

Acst IvaLlnn 

<35- 00 7726 



Q5-Q07B30 
95-OOB003 



lal lonshlps 



Q5-OOB01S 
95-OM017 
95-ODH01B 
95-ODB037 
95-UDH04D 
95-0000^6 
95-008050 
Aggrnssivf! Jlchavior 



95-007450 
95-007546 



95-ODB7HO 
goiilsLic l 
95-007402 

95-oaaooo 

95-003003 
95-008007 
95-008031 
95-008053 
95-OO 9054 
9 5- CO 8 123 



llcliavlor 



, ..CONTINUED... 
Hotiaviof 

Air Breathing 

95-007726 

95-OOBOOfi 

9.'i-009020 
Air Gulping 

95-007988 
Alarm Reaction 

95-00(3027 

0!)- 00802 9 
Auditory Sense 

95-009120 
Hioenergetics 

95-008192 
Eluoynncy Control 

95-008176 
Cannibalism 

95-008192 
Cticmo reception 

95-007fi35 

95-008011 

95-OOHQ27 
Cleaning Behavior 

95-00803A 

95-0080*9 
Coloration 

95-007505 

95-007698 

95-008007 

95-008014 

95-008037 

95-008053 

93-008054 

95-008236 
Commensal ism 

95-007969 
Competition 

95-007988 

95-OOBOlfl 

95-008022 

95-008031 

95-008051 

95-006060 
Courtship 

95-007403 

95-007(,03 

95-007505 

95-007635 

95-008015 

95-008021 

95-OOS035 

95-008053 

95-006059 

93-008132 

95-008147 
Crypsis 

93-007698 
Defensive Behavior 

95-007540 
Dictionaries 

95-008005 
Dominance 

95-007724 

95-008040 

95-008138 

95-008780 
Early Development 

95-007894 

93-008018 

95-008041 

95-008071 

93-008081 



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1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Behavior 

Egg -['reflation 

95-008055 

95-008059 

55-008192 
Egg Trading 

95-008046 
Electric Behavior 

95-007615 
ElecLroreceptlon 

95-007511 
Escape Behavior 

95-009017 

95-GOBQ25 
Evolution 

95-008015 

95-009061 
Foods/Feeding 

95-007396 

95-00798S 

95-008010 

95-008019 

95-008037 

95-008039 

95-CO&040 

95-D08181 

95-008192 

95-QO&211 

95-008215 

95-QO&221 

95-008233 

95-006236 

95-009080 
Frigiit Behavior 

95-008020 

93-008036 
General 

95-008005 

95-008045 
Habitat Selection 

95-003032 

95-008033 

95- 0080 3.6 

95-DOB038 

95-008047 



93-008202 

95-008236 

95-008831 

91-0090HO 
Hatchery /Wild PopuUt.ions 

95-0081&1 
Heraiaphrodllism 

95-008046 
Inflation 

95-007540 
Interspccies Relationships 

95-008011 

95-008027 

95-008031 

95-008034 

95-008051 

95-008055 

95- 008137 

95-008221 
Intraapcclca Eelntlonahipg 

95-008012 

95-008031 

95-008037 

95-OOB053 

95-OOB054 

95-008063 



. ..CONTINUED... 
Behavior 

Intraspecies Relationships 

95-008i25 

95-008192 
Leaping Uclmvior 

95-000076 
Learning 

95-007307 

95-007030 

95-007854 

95-008019 

95-008043 

95-008044 

95-008181 
Mate Selection 

95-OOB002 

95-008003 

95-008006 

95-008009 

95-008014 

95-008015 

95-008024 

95-008028 

95-008037 

95-008050 

95-OOB052 

95-008059 

95-008060 

95-008130 

95-008154 
Modeling 

95-008058 
Monogamy 

95-008024 
Movement a 

95-008024 

95-008058 
Nests/Nesting 

95-007395 

95-007403 

95-007635 

95-008028 

95-008032 

95-008046 

95-008053 

95-008056 

95-008059 

95-008060 

95-008086 

95-008123 

93-008127 

95-008137 

95-006147 
Niche Overlaps 

95-OOB022 

95-008051 
Olfaction 

95-007511 

95-007635 
Parasites /Diseases 

95-008780 
Parasitic Behavior 

95-007635 
Parental Behavior 

95-007393 

95-007403 

95-008004 

95-008042 

95-008052 

95-008053 

95-008056 

95-008059 



FR 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



. ..CONTINUED.. . 
Behavior 

Pa ten Lai Behavior 

95-008060 

95-008061 

95-008062 

95-0080S& 

95-coaioi 

95-000154 
Pheroooncs 

95-007511 

95-008221 
Pollution Avoidance 

95-DOSQ2& 

95-0&BQ57 

95-008831 
Predator/Prey Relationships 

35-007775 

95-noaoio 

95-008011 
95-008012 
95-008017 
95-OOBQ1B 
95-009021 
95-000025 
95-008027 
95-008030 
95-OOB041 



95-GOB202 

93-OOB227 

95-QQB250 

95-OQB2!)! 
Reproduction 

55-007481 

9-.5-008015 

95-008047 

95-000048 

95-008059 

05-OOHQ60 

95-OOB061 

95-OOBDC9 

95-008132 

95-006147 
Schooling Ueliavior 

05-007983 



95-ooaoia 



9S-OOHO/I2 



G nan organa 
9ri-D(l7511 



S&H Keveraal 

95-OOB021 
Shoaling lieliavlor 

95-003012 

95-001)030 

Social Behavior 
55-007947 
95-00 B047 



95-OD8G7B 
Sonic Stimuli 

95-OOU029 

95-008035 
Sound Production 

95-008035 
Spawning 

95-007724 

95-007905 



...CONTINUED, . . 
Behavior 
Spawning 
95 -0079', 7 
95-008021 
95-008046 
95-008050 
95-008055 
95-OOS062 
95-008086 
93-008147 
Species Recognition 

05-008034 
Starvation 
95-008039 
Stress 

95-007830 

Swiirniing Performance 
95-007894 
95-OOQ020 
95-008023 
95-OOB039 
95-008076 
Symbiosis 
95-0080'i9 
Techniques /Computer Applications 

95-008058 
Temperature Selection 

95-008013 
Terrestrial Behavior 

95-008159 

Territorial Behavior 

95-OOS022 

95-008031 

95-008040 

95-008052 

95-008053 

Variation Studies 

95-008014 

95-008015 

95-008025 

95-008236 

Vision 

95-007698 

95-008027 

95-008043 

Bibliographies 

Salmon idae 

95-009582 

Cul tnre / P ropagation - - Co Idwa te r 

Age /Growth 

95-007147 

95-007157 

95-007163 

95-007175 

95-007183 

95-007356 

95-009267 

Ago/Sex Relationships 

95-007139 
Aranonia 

95-007191 
Anesthetics 

95-007776 
Appetite Stimulants 

95-007335 
Aquariuras 
95-007413 
Aquatic Plant Control 

95-007166 
Aquatic Plants 

95-007166 
Bird Predation 
95-007178 



FR 



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1995 



SUIIJKCT INDEX 



...CONTINUED. . - 

Cul turt'./ Propagation- -Ccldwate i 
[Ji.-acliishuat.er Cul t.uro 

95-007106 
Brood Stock 

95-007141 

95-0071511 

05-007156 

95-007164 

95-007167 

95-00716B 

95-007902 

95-008529 

95-OOB546 

95-QOS636 

95-009077 

95-009161 

95-00-5202 

95-009609 
Cage Culture 

95-007126 

95-Q07M6 

95-007158 

95-007165 

95-007166 

95-007170 

95-007318 

95-007329 



Carcass Traits 

95-0071'.'. 

95-007160 

95-007184 

95-007336 

95-007475 

95-007414 

95-009558 
Carnitine 

95-007356 
Condition Factors 

95-007148 

95-007173 

95-007175 

95-007614 
Diets 

95-007146 

95-007172 

93-007173 

95-007179 

95-007183 

95-007311 

95-007315 

95-007310 

95-007336 

95-007343 

95-007345 

95-007350 

95-007354 

95-007356 

95-007359 

95-0073-69 

95-007371 

95-007372 

95-007593 

95-007647 

95-007701 

95-007702 

95-008458 

95-008693 
Disinfection 

95-0071*4 

95-0085*7 

95-008629 



...CONTINUKD. . . 

CiilturG/[>ro]>agat,loii-- 
Drugs 

95-0072(15 
Economics 
95-007162 
95-007174 

95-007102 
Egg Hariteiiinu 

95-00850', 
Egg Production 

95-007179 

95-008629 
Egg Quality 

95-007179 

95-OOB129 
Egg Survival 

95-0071HO 

95-008504 
Endangereii/ThriMUii 

95-007156 

95-007164 

95-007913 

95-009609 
Environmental linimr 

95-007126 

95-007141 

95-007174 

95-007285 
Feeders 

95-007310 
Feeding Expc r i mini t 

95-007183 

95-007335 

95-007336 

95-007345 

95-007350 

95-007356 

95-007359 

95-007371 

95-007372 
Feeds 

95-007158 

95-007311 
95-007335 
95-007336 
95-00735', 
95-008458 
Filtration Sys1.cni 

95-007413 
Fingecling ProducUi 

95-008503 

Fish Hatchoi-y HJfliu 
95-007109 
95-007126 
95-007130 
95-007145 
95-007 U9 
95-007151 
95-007158 
95-007159 
95-007165 
95-007169 
95-007171 
95-007343 
95-007434 
95-008855 
95-008856 
95-009105 
95-009506 
Fish Kills 
95-007166 
Food Conversion 
95-007140 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



. . .CONTINUED. , . 

Ctiltiiro /Propagation- -Coldwa Lei- 
Food Conversion Efficiency 

Q5-OQ715B 

95-007175 

95-007372 
fry Production 

95-007179 

95-0073.13. 

95-007369 
General 

95-0090 /a 
Gei30lic Strains 

95-007167 

95 -CO 7 164 

95-007186 

95-00 795t 
Genetics 

95-00714 L 

95-00 7 14 7 

95-007150 

95-00716B 

95-007177 

95-007186 

95-007912 

95-0079.'iO 
Hatchery Design 

95-007150 

95-007173 

95-007185 

95-007189 
Hatchery./ Hi td Populations 

95-007163 

95-007181 

95-007285 

95-OOfl507 

95-009558 

95-00959-1 
Hatching 

95-007170 
History 

95-007002 

95-009594 
Holding Facilities 

95-0071B1 
Hooking/Handling Stress 

95-007109 

95-003446 
Inbreeding 

95-007141 
Incubators 

95-007100 
Invertebrate Forage 

95-007161 

95-007359 
Larvae 

95-0071/.6 

95-007170 

95-007183 

95-007350 

95-007359 

95-007369 
Laws /Law Enforcement 

95-007149 
Light 

95-007146 
Lights 

95-007153 
Marketing 

95-007182 
Modeling 

95-009267 
Mortality Factors 

95-007166 



...CONTINUED. .. 

Culture /Propagation- -Coldwa tr 
Mortality Factors 

95-008446 

95-008458 

95-008591 
Mortality Rntes 

95-007170 

95-007183 
Net-Pen Culture 

95-007142 

95-007169 

95-007187 

95-007285 

95-007434 

95-000757 

95-008707 

95-009105 
Nutrients 

95-007158 

95-007165 
Overwintering 

95-007172 
Oxygenatlon 

95-007175 

95-007191 

95-008508 
Parasites /Diseases 

95-007138 

95-00716'. 

95-007179 

95-007180 

95-007181 

95-007187 

95-007188 

95-007285 

95-007329 

95-007413 

95-008446 

95-008458 

95-008485 

95-008498 

95-008501 

95-008503 

95-008504 

95-008507 

95-008508 

95-008529 

95-008543 

95-008546 

95-008559 

9S-OOB567 

95-008575 

95-008591 

95-008629 

95-008634 

95-008636 

95-008658 

95-008703 

95-008717 

95-008725 

95-008738 

95-008739 

95-008740 

95-008753 

95-008757 

95-008767 

95-008787 

95-008788 

95-008801 

95-008815 

95-008828 

95-008893 



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1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. ..CONTINUED. . . 
Cultiire/Propagatlori--Collw8tGr 

Parasites /Diseases 

95-0089 && 

91-009609 
Parr-SraoU Transformation 

95-007139 

95-007153 

95-007190 
Phosphorus 

95-007109 

95-007158 

95-007165 

95-007171 

95-007343 
Plgmenters 

95-007160 
pom! Culture 

95-007161 

95-OOH740 

95-000757 
Predator Control 

95-007170 
Production 

95-0071(12 

95-D0714G 

95-007150 

95-00715'. 

95-Q0731R 

95-00735(1 

95-007369 

95-007593 
Proteins 

55-007336 
RaceHfly Culture 

05-007155 

Q5-00717H 

05-007189 

95-000498 
RenriiiE Usually 

95-007142 

95-00-7152 

95-1)0.7175 



95-008893 



Systems 



95-007151 

95-008801 
Selective iU-QGtlln 

95-0071*1 

95-0071'.? 

95-00716.4 
SUc Suitability 

95-007120 

9S-OD9!i06 
Social Valnca 

95-00737'! 



95 - 007 U 3 
)5-007170 
93-007152 
95- 00705 3 
SLrcBB 



Survival 

9S-007152 
95-007155 
M-007168 
95-007359 
93-OOa&5H 
Tank Culturo 
95-007137 



. ..CONTINUED.., 

Culture/PropaBation--Coldvai[ 
TechniquGH/Wnter Quality 

95-007434 
Temperature 

95-007170 
Transportation 

95-007181 

05-007182 
Treatment 

95-007188 

Vitamins 

95-007345 
95-007371 
Water Quality 
05-007159 
95-007413 
95-00743'. 

Culture /Propagation- -General 
Aeration 
95-007128 
95-007W. 
Age /Growth 

95-007100 
Aquariums 

95-OQ709& 

95-007101 

05-007128 

95-007135 

95-007390 

95-007397 

05-007308 

95-007390 

95-007443 

05-008447 

95-006470 

95-008552 

05-009146 

05-009608 
Baitfish 

95-009038 



95-007105 
DioEiltcatlon 

05-007433 

05-007'. '.3 
Iliomass 

95-007120 

05-007423 
Bird Preilntlon 

95-007112 
Brood Stock 

05-009200 
Carcass Traits 

95-007079 

95-007106 

05-007108 

95-007373 

93-009546 
Computer Applications 

95-007000 

95-007097 

05-007113 

95-007130 

95-007317 

05-007390 

95-0074/.2 

95-009573 
Condition Factors 

95-007124 

95-007418 
Data Bases 

95-007090 



FR 40(4) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.. -CONTINUED., . 
Cult lire/ Propagation- -General 
Data nases 

93-007097 

95-007105 

95-Q073H4 
DLcta 

95-007100 

95-007116 

95-00712', 

95-007309 

95-007110 

95-0073,17 

95-007321 

95-007339 

95-007344 

95-007300 

95-007367 

95-007373 

95-007376 

95-QOB43Q 

95-OQ9277 
Disease Control 

95-OQ7128 
Disease-Free Culture 

95-007129 
Disinfection 

95-007107 

95-007i:il 

95-007137 

95-0071^26 
Drug Clc.tranr.e 

95-007077 
Urugs 



95-007137 
95-007324 
Kconomlc Value 
95-OG7114 



Economics 
9.-J-GQ7075 
95-OO7O7H 
95-OO70B3 
Q5-GO7089 



9S-CO7110 
95-OO7H'i 
95-007122 
05-OOV1.35 
J5-OOG46') 



tie at Ion 



Q5-007101 
3.1-U07103. 
95-007L35 



95-0(^608 



95-OO70B6 
tgg Survival 

95-OD7QH6 
Einlnngcrtid/nircatcned Species 

95-00791'! 

95-00950H 
EnvlrnnjnenLnl Impacts 

95-00709'. 

95-007095 

95-007116 

95-007121 

95-00903(1 



. . .CONTINUED. , . 
Culture /Propagation- -General 
Extension Services 
95-007103 
95-007105 
Feeders 
95-007113 
95-007307 
95-007308 
95-007309 
95-007317 
95-007327 
95-007367 

Feeding Experiments 
95-007339 
95-000254 
Feeds 
95-007074 
95-007116 
95-007133 
95-007137 
95-007310 
95-007321 
95-007324 
95-007373 
95-007376 
Fertilization/Soil and Water 

95-007419 
Filtration Systems 
95-007128 
95-007443 
Fish Counters 
95-007115 
95-007130 
95-009573 
Fish Grading 

95-007441 

Fish Hatchery Effluents 
95-007074 
95-0070B5 
95-007094 
95-007095 
95-007102 
95-007107 
95-007133 
95-007137 
95-007419 
95-007425 
95-009039 
95-009447 
Fish Silage 

95-009557 
Forage Production 

95-007366 
Gas Removal 

95-007444 
General 

95-007075 
Genetics 
95-007113 
93-007914 
95-007950 
95-009200 
Geothermal Water 

95-0070S1 
GIS 

95-007417 
95-009566 
Handling Methods 

95-007128 
Hatchery Design 
95-007085 
95-007128 



FR 



301 



1995 



SIJFU.ECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED.- . 
Culture/Propugiit Ion- -General. 
[[alchery Design 

95-OQ9U6 

Hatchery /Wild Populations 

95-009200 
I! is Lory 

95-007135 
Holding FaciUtlns 

95-007120 

95-009035 
Induced natural. Ion 

95-007695 

95-007773 
Laboratory Spawning 

95-007136 

95-0074 3 6 
Larvae 

95-007101! 

95-007113 

95-007116 

95-007-310 

95-007339 

95-(IQ7'660 

95-OC1R092 

95-OOU254 
Larval Growth 

95-007116 
Laws/Law Eiifwrcenieiil- 

95-007079 

95-OD7fl91 

95-007093 

95-007106 

95-009025 
Lining 

95-007084 
Marketing 

95-007070 

95-007099 

95-007110 

95-007132 

95*007125 

95-009025 

95-009015 

95-009547 

95*0095! >6 
Medication Jfl Diets 

95-007121 
ModoHilj> 

95-0070B'j 

95-007095 

95-007'. 1 1 

95-007441 

95-0092'. '/ 

9 5-1100 2 7 '/ 

9 r >-(1(192Hl 
H(H-tnlll.y Faciors 
' J5-OOH862 
NoL-E'en rultiiro 

95-009035 



95-1)07 'i3.1 

Ornoincntal I f ln1i Trnclc 
93-007124 
QD-OOII't'.? 
95-00'(70 
95-008552 



. . -CONTINUED. . . 
Cu lUire /Propagation- -(lone r<i 
Patiisltas/Diaenses 

95-00712Q 

05-007129 

95-007131 

95-007132 

95-007344 

95-007380 

95-007828 

95-000427 

95-008430 

95-008438 

95-00(1439 

95 -00 844 7 

95-008457 

95-008464 

95-008470 

95-008481 

95-008495 

95-OOB512 

95-008533 

95-008539 

95-008552 

95-008566 

95-008615 

95-008719 

95-009552 

Personnel 

95-007096 

95-007101 

Perspectives 

95-007089 
95-007096 
pH 

95-007084 

Planning 

95-007075 

95-007078 

95-007083 

95-007087 

95-007110 

95-00711'. 

95-009035 

Pollution 

95-007074 

95-007133 

95-006934 

Pond Culture 

95-00708'. 

95-007122 

95-007437 

Predator Conl.ro! 

95-007112 
Production 

95-007075 

95-007080 

95-007001 

95-007083 

95-007099 

95-007113 

95-007114 

95-007117 

95-007122 

95-007123 

95-007317 

95-007327 

95-007367 

95-OOS047 

95-009247 

95-009201 
Public Ilcaltli I'roblciiii 

95-009555 



95-007087 



fit 40 ('0 



302 



SUBJECT INDEX 



., .CONTINUED... 
Culture /Propagation- -General 
Reai-lng, Density 

95-007117 
Reel reflating Systems 

95-007136 

95-0073.76 

95-007433 

95-007444 
Reproduction 

95-007100 
Sanitation 

95-007091 
Site Suitability 

95-007094 

95-007127 
Social Values 

35-0070&9 

95- 007101 

95-007118 
Soils 



Sportf Islilng 

95-009200 
Stock Assessment 

95-007113 

95-007115- 

95-007120 
Stratification 

95-OQ70S5 
Stress 

95-00730B 

95-009457 
Tank Culture 

95-008(170 
Techniques /Oxygen 



95-007444 

Technlques^TeraipQcature Control 

95-OH712B 
TechnliiuesJWatet Quality 



95-00709S 
95-007113 
95-007418 

95-007421 



95-007^.30 

95-t)D7*i37 

9Ti-C07*.3B 

Temper a til re 

95-007081 

95-007092 

95-007309 

Water Exchange Rates 

95-0070BO 
Water Quality 
95-007080 
95-007082 
95-007084 
95-007085 
95-0070B8 

95-007098 

95-007102 

95-007113 

95-007117 

95-007127 

95-007132 

95-007327 

95-007422 

95-007424 

95-007425 



. ..CONTINUED. . . 
Culture /Propagation- -General 
Water Quality 
95-007/.27 
95-007430 
95-007432 
95-007437 
95-009247 
Water Quality/Dissolved Gases 

95-007444 
Water Supply 

95-007127 

Culture /Propagation- -Invertebrates 
Molluscs 

95-OOB789 
Parasites /Diseases 

95-008709 

Culture /Propagation- -Marine 
Abnormalities 

95-007303 

Age /Growth 

95-007294 

95-007322 

95-007334 

95-007352 

Algae 

95-007134 
Anmonla 
95-007269 
95-007290 
95-008917 
Aquariums 
95-007272 
95-007290 
95-007299 
95-007302 
95-007386 
95-007391 
95-007392 
95-007406 
95-007409 
95-007599 
95-007791 
95-007846 
95-00807B 
95-008132 
95-008147 
95-008425 
95-008599 
95-008621 
95-008631 
95-009633 
95-008644 
95-008721 
95-008726 
95-008756 
95-009146 
Bacteria 
95-007263 
95-007274 

Brackifihwater Culture 
95-007192 
95-007268 
95-007283 
95-007295 
95-007301 
95-008436 
95-009433 
Brood Stock 
95-007273 
95-007287 
Cage Culture 
95-007120 



FR 40(4) 



303 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. , .CONTINUED., . 

Culture /Propagation- -Ha cine 

Cage Culture 
95-007362 
95-007271 
95-007286 
95-007288 
95-007135 
95-007907 
Carcass Traits 
95-007237 
95-007907 
Condition Factors 
93-007464 
95-007*. 92 
Diets 
95-007260 
95-007277 
95-007278 
95-007292 
35-007302 

95-007313 

95-007320 

95-007329 

95-007330 

95-007340 

95-007341 

95-007342 

95-007346 

95-007348 

95-007352 

95-007357 

95-007362 

95-007375 

95-00758'! 

95-007587 

95-0076611 

95-007791 

95-007946 

95-008190 
Economic Value 

95-007280 
Economics 

95-007268 

95-007275 

95-0072SO 

95-007337 
Education 

95-009146 
Egg Production 

95-OD7266 

95-007348 
Egg Quality 

95-007277 
Egg Survival 

95-008452 
Environmental Impacts 

95-007276 

95-0072B'i 

95-007296 

95-00911Q 
Fecundity 

95-007334 
Feeders 

95-007282 

95 -07316 

95-007323 

95-007337 
Feeding Experiments 

95-007270 

95-007313 

95-007322 

95-007334 



. ..CONTINUED. . . 
Culture/ PropftgaMflii- -Hart tii* 
Feeding Experiment.?! 

95-007337 

95-007342 

95-007340 

95-007.3 52 

95-007362 

95-007664 

95-007857 
Feeds 

95-007263 

95-007292 

05-007316 

95-007323 
Feminization 

95-00729't 
Fertilization 

95-007300 
Filtration Sy-iLiMtm 

95-007263 
FlngcrLlng Proiliirl Ion 

95-0072fi7 

95-007304 

95-009188 
Fish Counters 

95 - 00 7i, 1 9 
Fish Hatchery El fluonii 

95-007265 

95-OOUH33 

95-009118 

95-009120 

95-009402 
Food Conversion Kl I )< v IrMt-r. 

95-007270 

95-007313 
Fry Product lini 

95-007261 

95 -007264 

95-007300 

95-007464 
Hatchery l)enlnu 

95-007275 
Hatcliery/Wllcl I'mmlJti li.-n 

95-007264 

95-007277 
Hooking/ llnml 1 1 UK f ' 1 n-i* 

95-007599 
Induced Mat.ui'al Inn 

95-007272 

95-007273 

95-0072(17 

95-007291 

95-007305 
I liver I. ol) rale roiiiH 1 ' 

95-007271 

95-007332 

95-007338 
Laboratory S|Hiwnlnn 

95-007273 

95-0072H7 

95-000062 

95-008081 

95-008132 

95-OOHK.7 
Larvae 

95-007271 

95-007274 

95-007279 

95-007292 

95-007320 

95-007330 

95-007338 



FR 



304 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Cult-ureJP'i-Qpagaliori- -Marine 
Larvae 



5-5-007357 
95-G07<.29 
95-C07*i56 



...CONTINUED.. . 
Culture /Propagation- -Marine 
Paras it.es /Diseases 

95-008d52 

95-OQ8'.53 



J5-Q0746S 

95-007492 

95-007496 

95-007650 

95-007661 

95-ODB081 

95-QOBL32 

95-008H7 

95-008190 

95-008441 

95-008452 

95-008511 
Laws/Law Enforcement 

95-00 7297 
Light 

95-007650 

95-OQ7fi61 

95-003036 
Harketimg 

95-007368 

95-007275 

95-007280 

95-007378 
Maturation 

95-00733'i 
Medication In Diets 

95-OOB511 

95-OOB514 
Host el ing 

95-007293 

95-007296 
HortaHly Factors 

95-007291 

95-0081'if.l 

95-008522 
Mortality Rates 

95-007192 
Net-Pen Culture 

95-007137 

95-007231 

95-007285 

95-008730 

95-OOQ829 

95-009118 

95-009128 

95-009*<33 

95-009516 
NL trite 

95-007301 

95-007406 
Qmtuncntal Fish Trade 

55-007272 

J5- 00^09 
Oxygon 

95-007267 

95-0072B6 
Parasites/Diseases 



95-007167 
95-007302 
95-OQ73D3 



55- 00842 ^ 
95-008425 
95-003*1^1 



95-008466 
95-008311 
95-00851'. 
95-008322 
95-QOB573 
95-009599 
95-000612 
95-008613 
95-008621 
95-008631 
95-008633 
95-0006*14 
95-000664 
95-008683 
95-008721 
95-000726 
95-008730 
95-008746 
95-008756 
93-008769 
95-008772 
95-008783 
95-008829 

Planning 
95-007104 
95-007275 
95-007284 
95-007289 
95-007293 
95-007296 
95-009516 

Polyculture 
95-007283 
95-007301 

Pond Culture 
95-007265 
95-007268 
95-007301 
95-007305 
95-007316 

Product ion 
95-007260 
95-007262 
95-007265 
95-007268 
95-007270 
95-007271 
95-007274 
95-007275 
95-007283 
95-007268 
95-007295 
95-007301 
95-007320 
95-007338 
95-007342 
95-007346 
95-007357 
95-007375 
95-007488 
93-007494 
95-007650 
95-007661 
95-007907 

Proteins 
95-007313 
95-007664 



FR 40(4) 



305 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Cul t Lire/ Prop.ieat ion- -Marine 
Renrlhj> Oonslty 

95-007270 

95-007233 

95-007255 
Recirculating Systems 

95-007363 

95-007267 

95-007279 

95-007232 
Salinity 

95-007304 
Selective ilrp.ciling 

95-007060 
Sen Reversal 

95-007294 
Site Suitability 

95-007104 

95-007234 

95-007239 

95-007293 
Spawning Techniques 

95-0073-00 

95-0075.91 
SLock Assessment 

95-007266 

95-007429 
Stress 

95-0073.46 
Survival 

95-007274 

95-007279 

95-007295 

95-0073-04 

95-007377 
Tank Culture 

95-007261 

95-007282 

95-007288 

95-007299 

95-007338 

95-007791 

95-007857 

95-008036 
Techniques/Light. 

95-007298 
Techniques /Water Quality 

95-007298 
Temperature 

95-007261 

95-007375 

95-006746 
Transportation 

95-007299 

95-007377 

95-007378 
Vitamins 

95-007313 

95-C07322 

95-007346 

95-007362 
Water Exchange Rales 

95-007286 
Water Quality 

95-007263 

95-007265 

95-007267 

95-007269 

95-007282 

95-007286 

95-007290 

95-007298 



...CONTINUED. . , 
Culture/ Propagation-- Mm Inn 
Water quality 
95-007299 
95-00730', 
95-007-106 
95-008B33 
Zeolite 

95-007290 

Culture/ Propag.ii t-Lon~ -l/fin ,-~.il 
Abnormalities 

95-009119 
Aeration 

95-007/.20 

Age/Growtli 

95-007217 

95-007227 

95-007319 

95-007331 

95-007353 

95-007364 

95-007594 
Age/Sex Kolat ImiHli \ \i-i 

95-007217 
Agriculture- i'Lsh <'*i 1 1 in is 

95-007206 

95-007216 

95-007235 
Algae 

95-007073 
Ami no Acids 

95-007353 
Ammonia 

95-007201 

95-008990 
Aquariums 

95-007204 

95-007210 

95-007^51 

95-007254 

95-007257 

95-007379 

95-007381 

95-007385 

95-007387 

95-0073HO 

95-007395 

95-007396 

95-007400 

95-007401 

95-007/102 

95-007403 

95-007'.05 

95-007^07 

95-007408 

95-007415 

93-007'il6 

95-007506 

95-007513 

95-007536 

95-007739 

95-007759 

9S-0079IJB 

95-008304 

95-0084:12 

95-008/i33 

95-008/151 

95-008/i69 

95-008475 

95-008478 

95-006600 

95-008621 

95-008525 



FR 40(4) 



306 



SUBJECT INDKX 



...CONTINUED,. . 

CulLtLire/ Propagation- -Warnwaler 
Atjuariwus 

95-OOSfiB9 

95-00872'* 

95-008812 

95-000001 
Bird Pi-Qilatltm 

95-007112 

95-007241 

95-007253 

95-OOB1B4 
Bracklslii.vii.'CL- Culture 

95-007192 

95-007220 

95-007225 
Brood Stock 

95-007208 

95-007249 

95-007259 

95-00733 :> 

95-OM3H1 
Crtj*n Clult.ure 

95.- 00720!) 

95-007208 

95-0072:11 

95-007165 

95.-Q07'.31 
Cannibalism 

95-00722R 
Carrass Trnl I. a 

95-0072211 

95-007306 

95-00731'. 

95-00 7319 

95-OO7706 
CoLornl Itin 

95-007^^7 
Condi t LIIII 1'actorH 

95-007227 

95-007312 

95-007C24 



Control/Al.gi"'- 
95-007073 

Oints 
95-007197 
95- OU 7 20 1 



95- nn 7 2.1 6 
95-1)07259 
95-1107306 



95-007:119 
Or>- 1)0732.') 
y 5 -00 7-1 26 
9.5-00712H 

95-1)07^:) L 
95-OQ7:t33 
95-007349 



95-007161 
Q5-007.1G3 
95-007361 



95-007370 
95-00737;! 
95-007594 
95-007658 
95-007361 



. , .CONTINUED... 

Cul Lute/ Propagation- -Wannwatei- 
Diets 

95-()OB6'.7 
Duck Farniiiig 

95-007218 
Economics 

95-007119 

95-007216 

95-OD721B 

95-00722^ 

95-007230 



95-008550 



95-0072',! 
95-007253 
95-007259 
95-009134 
EBB Production 

95-0072d7 

95-007259 
Egg Quality 

95-007208 

95-007249 

95-007331 
Eggs 

95-009611 
Endangered Populations 

95-009001 
Endangered/Threatened Species 

95-009599 

95-009606 

95-009611 
Exotic Species 

95-007199 
Feeding Experiments 

95-007197 

95-007207 

95-007222 

95-007325 

95-007326 

95-007328 

95-007331 

95-007333 

95-007358 

95-007360 

95-007361 

95-007364 

95-007365 

95-007370 

95-007658 
Feeds 

95-007216 

95-007314 

95-007319 

95-007351 

95-007355 

95-007358 

95-007360 

95-007365 

95-008442 
Fertilization/Soil and Water 

95-007194 

95-007196 

95-007198 

95-007203 

95-007223 

95-007232 

95-007233 

95-007347 

95-008804 

95-009235 
Filtration Systems 

95-007201 



FR 40(4) 



307 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. ..CONTINUED. .. 

Culture/PropaEiii.lon--Warmwater 
FiiiKcrllug I'roducLion 

95-007221 

95-007240 

95-007355 

95-008755 

95-00913'! 

95-009606 
Fisli Control/Removal 

95-009150 
Fish Hatcliery Effluents 

95-007202 

95-007215 

95-007343 
Fish Kills 

95-007233 

95-007229 
Fish Silage 

95-007326 
Food Conversion Efficiency 

95-007325 

95-007326 

95-007361 

95-007658 
Forage Collection 

95-007431 
Forage Production 

95-007252 
Fry Production 

95-007193 

95-007208 

95-007212 

95-007256 

95-007257 

95-007355 

95-007401 

95-008262 
Genetic Strains 

95-007214 

95-007251 

95-008392 
CIS 

95-007195 
Handling Methods 

95-007385 
Harvesting Techniques 

95-007245 
Hat cilery Design 

95-007215 

95-007221 

95-007254 
Hatchery /Wild Populations 

95-007220 

95-007706 

95-008088 

95-008275 

95-008392 
Hatching 

95-0072'i6 

95-009611 
Hoc king /Hand ling Stress 

95-ODB375 
Elyo rid Flah 

95-007220 
Hybridization 

95-007258 
Induced Maturation 

95-007210 

93-007221 

95-007258 
Invertebrate Forage 

93-007312 



...CONTINUED. . . 

Cul lure /Pnop<-igal.kin--W;in;w,)tcr 
Laboratory Spawn Ing 

95-007239 

95-007257 

95-007379 

95-0073B7 

95-007395 

95-007400 

95-007401 

95-007402 

95-007403 

95-007'-. 05 

95-007413 

95-007513 

95-007518 

95-OQ8H95 

95-009599 

95-009611 
Larvao 

95- 00 V 19 2 

95-007197 

95-007221 

95-007222 

95-007228 

95-007234 

95-007257 

95-007312 

95-007363 

95-007513 

95-007739 

95-000232 

95-00830S 
Larval Growth 

95-009611 
Length- Weifjlil lttsl.it imiililp* 

95-007197 

95-007255 

l.lglltH 

95-007'.31 
Liming 

95-007252 
LIvestoek-Flsli CtilUiH! 

95-007233 
Marketing 

95-007119 

95-007230 
Maturation 

95-00733.1 
MRdicatidtt In IHm.fi 

95-00852/1 
Modeling 

95-00722fi 

93-00913') 
fEolluac Control 

95-007209 

95-008256 
Kunos ex Culture 

95-0(17211 

95-007237 
Korlallty Far. turn 

95-007223 

95-007225 

95-007229 

95-007253 

95-00773H 

95-007759 

95-00816', 

95-008723 

93-006755 
Mortality Hates 

95-007192 

95-007211 



FR 40(4) 



308 



If) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED. . . 

Cu I Lure 1 Propagation- -Warmwatef 
Wet-Pen Culture 

95-009606 
Si trite 

95-007201 

95-008665 

95-008990 

95-OOB999 
Nitrogen 

95-007<m 

95-007202 
Nutrient. Control 

95-007201 
riuirienl.s 

95-007073 

95-007198 
Ornamental fish Trade 

95-007201 

95-007209 

95-OQ7210 

35-007212 

95-007214 

95-007388 

95-Q0740B 

95-007416 

95-007506 

95- 0076 fi ft 

95-OOB5B5 
Oxygen 

95-007229 

95-007235 

95-007420 
Parasites /111 senses 

95-OO7111 

95-OO7209 

95-007222 

95-007234 

95-007250 

95-007666 

95-007804 



95-00(1433 
95-OQfl442 
95-OOH443 



95-OOB'i75 
95-008'i78 

95-003/1)32 



95-OOH573 
95-OOB50Q 
95-0085(13 
95-OOS5H5 
95-008600 
M-OOB607 
95-OOB620 
95-OOS&21 
95-onJ1623 
95-003625 
95-OOB63G 



95-008640 



95-008655 
95-008659 
95-0(18662 
H-QOB671 



. ..CONTINUED... 

Culturcyi 1 i'opngnLion--Wartmjater 
Pnrasites/Diseaaca 
95-008711 
95-OOS712 
95-000723 
95-00872', 
95-008755 
95-008763 
95-008773 
95-008804 
95-008812 
95-008816 
95-008904 
PigmenLers 
95-007844 
Planning 
95-007119 
95-007230 
Pollution 
95-007194 
95-007223 
95-007243 
95-008846 
Polyculture 
95-007199 
95-007213 
95-007218 
95-007224 
93-007233 
95-007364 
95-008256 
Polyploidy 
95-007211 
95-007248 
Pond Culture 
95-007194 
95-007195 
95-007196 
95-007203 
95-007205 
95-007209 
95-007212 
95-007218 
95-007219 
95-007226 
95-007231 
95-007232 
95-007236 
95-007240 
95-007242 
95-007243 
95-007245 
95-007252 
95-007254 
95-007256 
95-007347 
95-007420 
95-007624 
95-000443 
95-008583 
95-008646 
95-008871 
95-009150 
Predator Control 
95-007112 
95-007241 
93-007253 
95-007254 
95-008184 
Production 
95-007195 
95-007196 



FR 40(4) 



30? 



1995 



SUUJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED.. . 

Cul ture/Propagat lnn--Vannwatcf 
Prod uc Li on 

95-007203 

95-007205 

95-007206 

95-007307 

95-D073U 

95-007216 

95-007217 

95-007219 

95-007224 

95-0072Z5 

95-00722S 

95-007230 

95-007231 

95-007236 

95-00723a 

95-007239 

95-007240 

95-007242 

95-007244 

95-007246 

95-007319 

95-00732S 

95-007333 

95-007349 

95-007360 

95-007365 

95-00736U 

95-009310 
Proteins 

95-007325 

95-007326 

95-007331 
Public Health Problems 

95-007194 
Rearing; Density 

95-007204 

95-007206 

95-007213 

95-007228 

95-007260 

95-OQ79BB 
Recirculating Systems 

95-007204 

95-007215 

95-007233 

95-007250 
Reconditioning 

95-007516 

95-007797 

95-007790 
Reproduction 

95-007210 

95-007331 
Rice-Flali Culture 

95-007216 
Sedimantation 

95-007198 
Selective Breeding 

95-0B7214 

95-007237 

95-007251 

95-007255 

95-007407 

95-007416 

95-007939 

95-007990 

95-006572 
Sewage Effluents 

95-008604 

95-008972 



-..CONTINUED... 
Culture/Pro paKiilli 
Sex Reversal 
95-007193 
95-007237 
95-007939 
Site Suitability 

95-007119 
Social Values 

95-007199 
Spawning 

95-0073B7 

95-009011 
Spawning Tanks 

95-00725K 
Spawning TflcliuLni 

95-007211 

95-00723'. 

95-007250 

95-0074 ail 
Sperm 

95-007249 
Sperm Prfiscrvnl l- 

95-00720!) 

95-007't2tt 

95-007'i39 

95-007/.&0 
SiorilizaUun 

95-007217 

95-0072'. fl 
StockinR/liit.nnlii 

95-009091 
Supplement si L l-Vct 

95-007203 

95-007207 
Survival 

9.5-007203 

95-007227 

95-00722H 

95-007235 

95-007250 

95-007319 

95-007350 
Tank Culture 

95-007193 

95-007205 

95-007213 

95-007251 
Taste anil Oilcn' 1'i 

95-007073 



95-OOBB!>r> 
Tempo ralitfcj 

95-007326 

95-007229 

95-0073B5 

95-00755& 

95-00756B 

95-0084 2 B 
Treatmcnl Hcjil 

95-0084 0-2 
Water QnnlH.y 

95-007073 

95-00719H 

95-007201 

95-007206 

95-007215 

95-007223 

95-007229 

95-007235 

95-007236 

95-007239 

95-007243 



nt.;H | 



FR 40 ('0 



310 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.C<MT!KUi:D.. . 

luiref Propngatlon- -Warn !w ( i tier 

Vnter Quality 

95-0&7245 

95-00-7250 

95-0072-12 

9S-0072S4 

95-007374 

95-0073&5 

95-007738 

9-5-OOS428 



95-QOB4M 
95-00&5'.5 
95-OQ&S04 
95-ai>&871 



Water Supply 
93-007223 

-ZooplriiVht on 
95-007347 



brcvlros t.riirn 



95-01)9151 

Colorado 



C.yprl null on dluboils 

350115399 
K6ninnn.Qred I'opuUit Ions 



K I IIP cist tiniti fuuLlc 

fJ5-OMf.il 
KtlidOHl.orLm rulifiiiti 



Glla 



9 ? -11(196(1(1 

QncarliyntHmH apa-clifi 
95-00'JlOit 

Q5-onj:i2Ji 

9 Ti - U095-J V 

gn-ouy59fl 
Octroi hyiic}tii9 clnrkl Hl.nnil 

q-i-OOOCfW 
P I =!p,ii|iLci iia nc^eiit. lssinui.B 

fl. r s-0(l 1 )6i:> 
rtyctusclicl IMS iuclns 

9 r )-[H!<><>09 

95-009012 



viroiiHinntal Fnctors 

AcUUf Ical.loii 
95-00723,1 



.. .CONTINUED. . , 
Environmental factors 
Acidification 
95-008875 
95-0089H9 
95-0093Q3 
Alkalinity 



95-OD7'i'i5 
05-007744 
Altitude 



Amnion ia 

95-007840 
Aquatic Plants 



95-009342 
Ca lei tun 

95-007244 
Chlorine 

95-GOB940 
Climate 
95-008352 
95-009439 
Currents 
95-007286 
95-008208 
95-003370 
95-009274 
95-009395 
95-009469 
Decomposition 

95-009235 
Depth 
95-007227 
95-008146 
95-008172 
95-009342 
95-009350 
95-009395 
95-009402 
95-009414 
95-009527 
DcwaterliiB 
95-008077 
Drought 
95-007924 
95-009430 
El Nino 
95-008195 
95-009509 
Eutrophicatlon 
95-007234 
95-008197 
95-008264 
Floods 
95-008334 
95-008371 
95-009314 
95-009316 
95-009317 
95-009322 
95-009340 
95-009371 
Flow Regimes 
95-008106 
95-006134 
95-006163 
95-008172 
95-009334 
95-009109 
95-009279 
95-009342 



FT! <iO('.) 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ZiiviroiiiiieritaL Factors 
Flow Regimes 
95-009:148 
95-OI>93riO 
95-009361 
95-009402 
93-009408 
Food Supply 
95-007370 
95-007745 
95-007854 

95-ooaoio 

95-008039 



... CONTINUED.. . 
Environmentiil I'm- 1 
Light 
95-008036 



95-0(18190 

95-008191 

95-008205 

95-00 820H 

95-00 822B 

95-008240 

95-OD8241 

95-003245 

95-008247 

93-008255 

95-008201 

95-008301 

95-008366 

95-008368 

95-008371 

93-009060 

95-00-9469 
Freshwater Inflow 

95-0-0 8287 
Gas SupcrsniLuration 

95-007444 
General 

95-009461 
Geontorphic Effects 

95-QU9375 

95-009383 
Glaciers 

95-009431 
Hardness 

95-008862 

95-008940 
Hydraulics 

95-009408 
Hydrodynamics 

95-OQB092 
Mypoxla 

95-OOB297 
Ice 

95-008208 

95-008209 

95-009122 

95-009183 

95-009469 
Iron 

95-009285 
Larp.e Organic Debris 

95-QQBU6 

95-009319 
Latitude 

95-OOS357 

95-009375 
Light 

95-007153 

?5-007298 

95-007735 

95-007782 

95-007S&1 

95-007 BB3 



Lunnc Iiif lupuri 

95-009266 

95-009445 
Magnetic: Flcltls 

95-0076:11 
Nitrogen 

95-009303 
Kuti-ieiitM 

95-009235 

95-000524 
Ocean Froni.s 

95-OOH122 
Orgaiiics 

95-008940 
Oxygon 

95-007191 

95-0(17374 

95-007444 

95-007547 

95-00757(1 

95-0076-1)1 

95-007606 

95-007622 



95-007720 
95-007753 
95-007765 
95-0077&7 
95-007840 
95-007063 
95-007866 
95 -00 78 &8 
95-0080UR 
95-008297 
95-008.173 
95-OOB42H 
95-00(151)8 
95-008583 
95-000728 
95-OOHH62 
95-0089:18 
95-009Z91. 

95-00930!) 

95-009402 

95-009599 
pll 

95-0070fKi 

95-0072911 

95-007445 

93-007726 

9S -007744 

95-0077411 

95-007811 

95-007H6S 

95-008291 

95-008469 

95-008862 

95-008879 

95-008938 

95-008974 

95-009010 

95-0092B3 

95 -009 4 02 
Phosphorus 

95-009303 
Photoperlotlisni 

95-007153 

95-007137 



FR 40(4) 



312 



SUIUECT INDEX 



iv 1 romnonta 1 Fac 
photoperloillsm 

9S-QOJ19Q 

95-007226 

95-001316 

35-007317 

95-CJ07551 

95-00767(1 



95-008016 

95-DOS091 

95 -008 159 

9S-OOBL72 

95-OGB173 

95-OG81f3& 

9:1-003212 

95-OG836& 

95-OQ922H 

95-00923'. 

95-009330 
Fr^ssurn KffocLs 

95-007H19 
jU.HnLion 

95-009 ll'J 
!inll[iit.y 

95-0071A.3 

95-00719^ 

95-00720'i 



95-007607 
05-007GOH 
91-0076^7 
95-Q07&49 
95-00^711 
95-007712 
91-00771'. 
95-007721) 
95- DO 773/i 
95-007736 
95-00 7H2:t 
95-007H2-J 
95-00 7(156 



95-00 79f3,1 
95-008176 
<)fi-00fll77 
95-0(]H2HO 
95-lin027 



OS-OOB3B3 



95-UD9439 



95-00952A 
S c.l son 



05-007163 
95-00731* 



. ..CONTINUED... 
Environmental Factors 
Sens 011 

95-007587 

95-007597 

95-007601 

95-007673 

'J5-007737 

9-5-007771 

95-007899 

95-0079'.7 

95-OOB09Q 

93-008131 

95-0081/i2 

95-0061*4 

95-008153 

95-O08158 

95-OOfllf>7 

95-0081.72 

Q5-008177 

95-000198 

95-008216 

95-008226 

95-008228 

95-OOB2/.7 

95-OOS24Q 

95-OOB251 

95-008255 

05-ooazoa 

95-008283 
95-008285 
95-OOS358 
95-OOB3GB 
95-008373 
95-OQ8'.15 
95- DOS'. '.3 
95-008763 
95-009072 
95-009278 
95-009303 
95-009322 
95-009415 
95-00946'. 
95-009*92 
95-009505 
95-009600 
Sedimentation 
95-007198 
95-009388 
Stratification 
95-007085 
95-007226 
95-007229 

95-008161 

95-0082*5 

95-0082*8 

95-009291 
Stream Order 

95-OOEU17 

95-009319 

95-000375 

95-009381 

95-009/i06 

95-009413 

95-009607 
Substrate Composition 

95-00708* 

95-007127 

95-008032 

95-008038 

95-008106 

95-OOB146 

95-006172 



I'tt 



313 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.. .COMT1KUE1>. , . 

Environmental K.IL 

Tempera t. u i' 

95-OOR2H7 

95-0083DJ 



95-OOH357 
95-000.150 
93-008360 
95-008351 
95-008H1S 
95-008430 
95-OOH'ir>'J 
95-0085211 
05-00 854!i 



95-0071H1 
55-007236 
95-007281 
95-007316 
95-007373 
95-007451 
95-007101 



95-007575 
95-007563 
95-007586 
95-007587 
95-1107592 
95-00759!i 
95-007607 
95-007608 
95-007611 
95-007619 
95-00762? 
'J5-00763! 
95-007686 
95-00770A 
95-007726 
75-00772H 
95-007754 
95-007767 
95-007771 
95-007784 
95-007801 
95-007608 
95-007810 
95-007811 
95-007326 
95-007H6S 
95-007H81 
95-007H91 
95-008013 
95-Q06016 
95-OOB03D 
95-008081 
95-009118 
91-OOS122 



95-008129 
95-008134 
95-008159 
95-008167 
55-OQ9172 
95-OOB190 
95-OOB19B 



95-OOB776 
95-00(lflfa 
95-00()&(,. [ i 



OS-OOflOHl 
95--00'J109 
95-000279 
<)5- 0(19301 
95-009:150 
95-009^02 
95-OO9'i2 I 
95-009'i31 
95-OOOftfiO 
95-009502 
95-009509 
95-00 !>5a* 
95-009330 
95-009599 
Tides 
95-OOflOKI 
95-aOHififl 



95-OOfMM 
95-009'. 69 
TurliiilH.y 
95-00739H 
95-0074 62 
95-0002611 
95-009007 



Ultraviolet. \,i^l 

95-009KH) 
Upwellinji 

95-00919.') 

35-009521) 
Water Love) Kin. 

95-00792', 

95-00821'. 



95-009:171 
95-009 1,07 
93-009/1 OQ 
Watei- Quality 
95-0070H/I 
95-00729H 
95-OO8057 
95-OOQ191 



95-008M6 
95-008069 

95-0086C2 



FR 40(4) 



SUllJtXT INDKX 



... CONTINUED... 

nvlrorKHsnta I Factors 
Water Qua I Ity 

95-C093H3 
'n'aves 

95-009101 
li'-eatTier 

95-007226 



Wind 

95-007316 



95-009502 
Winter 
95-007323 
95-007981 
95-009385 



Barriers 

95-00960& 
Chemical Reclamation 

95-009150 
Cocnmerclal fishing 

95-009149 
Confinement. 

95-009606 
t-ong.lJ.iies 

95-009149 
PI aclcides 

95-009305 
Predator Control 

95-009149 

95-009150 

95-00960& 
Hough Fish Control 

95-00915O 

95-009299 

95-009301 
Fish Kills 
Algal Blooms 

95-008786 

95-008860 
Genera 1 

95-008862 

95-008969 
Pa rasi les / Diseases 

95-OOB661 

95-00879G 

95-008860 
Bed Tides 

95-008661 
Temperatures 

95-007784 
Toxic Algae 

95-008802 

95-008860 

95-008861 
Winterkill 

95-008623 
Fish Mats/Keys 
Alabama 

95-0083'iO 
ATi&ullllfomies 

95-008412 
Aquariums 

95-007397 

95-007399 
Arabian Sea and Area 

95-008410 
Atlantic ocean, North 

95 -0083/(6 
Atlantic Ocean, Northwestern 

95-008333 



. . .CONTINUED. , , 
Fish Lists/Keys 

Australia: Western Australia 

95-003322 
BaLontiidae 

95-0083 B4 
Black Sen and Area 

95-008365 
Botswana 

95-008341 
California 
95-009302 
Csntrarchidne 

95-OOB402 
Cichiirtae 

95-008413 
Colombia 

95-009450 
Colorado 

95-008345 
Congridae 

95-008386 
Cynoglossidae 

95-008397 
Cyprinidac 
95-008403 
Czech Republic 

95-009113 
Endangered Populations 

95-008345 

Endangered/llireatcned Species 
95-0083 45 
95-009601 
Europe 

95-009428 
Florida 
95-008358 
95-008391 
95-008415 
95-009448 
France 

95-009125 
French Guiana 

95-009333 
Germany 

95-009292 
Gerreidae 

95-008338 
Gobi Idn e 

95-008417 
Hexanchidae 

95-008394 
Kampuchea 

95-008347 
Kansas 
95-008328 
95-009600 
Lahrldae 

95-008387 
Lophii formes 

95-008414 
Mexico 

95-009370 
Mexico: Baja California Sur 

95-008326 
Mexico! Sinaloa 

95-009530 
Mississippi 
95-009398 
Hugilidao 

95-008398 
Hyxinitlae 
95-008418 



FR 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



,. , CONTINUED.. - 

Fish Lists/Keys 

N'orth Dnkota 

95-008342 
Notacanthlfonnes 

95-OOH412 
Ophhlliilae 

95-OOH404 
Ore gon 

95-GOB336 
Pacific Ocean 

95-008316 

95-008333 

95-00945H 
Pacific Ocean, South 

95-009544 
Polypterldae 

95-008393 
Portugal 

95-009328 

95-009427 
Potainol.rygonidae 

95-008400 
Saccopharyngifonnes 

95-008412 
Slovenia 

95-008351 
South Africa 

95-008323 

95-QOB325 

95-009510 
Storoiidae 

95-QOB406 
Tricliiuridae 

95-008407 
Uganda 

95-008330 
United States 

95-009440 

Vii i. ted States: Mississippi River 
and Basin 

95-009371 
Virginia 

95-008319 

95-008373 
Vest Virginia 

95-008327 

95-008344 
FlaJi Passage 
Barriers 

95-009104 

95-009322 
Dans 

95-009237 
Fishways 

95-008134 

95-009110 

95-009237 
Habitat Improvement /General 

95-009104 

31yd roelec trie Developments 

95-009110 

95-009238 
Screens 

95-009238 
Fishing Gear 
Bycatch 

95-009220 

95-009234 

95-009462 
Commercial Fishing 

95-009495 
Electroflshing 

95-009229 



Fishing Ck'fi 



95 -0092 a I 

95-nou:>2? 
os-oooaa.i 

Gear KTJ 1 1- I 
95-00921'J 



Gcmr S 
95- 



iloliliilii Ir'.iH 



Inoi<Leiii;L] M 



95-0(1922(1 
95-0()<J22fi 



Injurlna 
95-009229 

[.otijjllHes 
93-(JO'/2'j'> 
95- 



95-1)09221 



NctB/l'yko 



Nctu^till I Ht'l 
95-0()<J22'i 
95-01)9:111 



93 -Q()9:> Hi) 
Nots/Hlfic. 

95-00(n72 
Nets/Coiuii'l 

95- 00922*4 
Nota/Puftin 

93-0092^3 
NoLs/Sni Ne 

95-009227 
Hets/Trnwla 



93-009231 



40(4) 



316 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.CQNTINUEU. , . 



95-009230 
95-0092J3 
95-00 "1326 
91-009330 



95-008372 
95-009219 
91-00922J) 
95-009230 
9"i- 0092 i:i 
Cenci if a 

Al-mennta! L t.los 
9"i-UO/939 



9.') -007 9 90 

9 5 -Mai! 75 

Air liii'iiLlil 

7S-OC IS020 



(Siotxl SUii'fc 

9^-01)^)02 
Can 'lisa Tr.'ii I.H 



95-4)1179/4 



IT AIJ))! Irist, l<m 
H'i 
Suai'cpl.llii I.I t.y 



9'j-tl 11/517 



9-i -00/926 
91-00/9MB 
03-007929 
9 r i -00/932 
95-00/937 
95-007915 



. ..CONTINUED.. . 
Genetics 
DMA 

95-007949 
95-007951 
95-007963 
95-007968 
05-007973 
95-007981 
95-007986 
95-007989 
95-00799'. 
95-007996 
95-007998 
95-008064 
95-008'.01 
95-009001 
Dwarf ism 

95-007924 
KlcctrophoreHia 

95-007986 

Embryology 

95-008001 

Enzymes 

95-007935 

95-007952 

95-008409 

Evolution 

95-007893 

9.1-007903 

95-007909 

95-007916 

95-007918 

95-007919 

95-007920 

95-007921 

95-007929 

95-007934 

95-007935 

95-007937 

95-00793H 

95-0079'.'. 

95-007949 

95-007955 

95-007963 

95-007989 

95-008069 

95-008070 

95-008403 

95-OOB413 
Gene. Hanks 

95-009608 
Gena Expression 

95-007931 

95-007935 

95-007937 

95-007941 

95-007958 

95-008001 
Gene Mapping 

95-007903 

95-007911 

95-007922 

95-007926 

95-007929 

95-007937 

95-007943 

95-007949 

95-007955 

95-007958 

95-007959 

95-007961 

95-007965 



FR 40(4) 



317 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 




Irf-lietic ntness 

95-007962 
GineUt- Markers 

95-007113 

9S-007S13 

95-007925 

") .5-007940 

95-007960 

95-009183 

9S-OU9213 
Gnetlc Strains 

95-00796'i 

95-006129 



95-007923 



95-007906 
93-OQ792H 
95-007962 
95-007978 
95-007991 
95-009165 
Heterozygusily 
95-007505 
55-007910 



Populations 



95-007952 

Hr,[TX)nR5 

"-OQ7937 
Hjliridization 

95-007905 

93-007913 

95-007968 

95-007995 

95-009201 
iTsnne Response 

93-D077B3 

95-007941 

95-007967 

95-007971 

95-OQS556 

95-009751 
Inbreeding 



Interferon 
95-007967 



. . .CONTINUKII. , 
Genet lea 



95-nn7fj? I 
95-007937 



93-0079.W 
05-00 VOVM 
95-00797? 



Ml (It-fit, tun 



NJt.ocliomlrl.-i 
95 - 00 7 'J SI 

95-0079 (.2 

95-007'W) 
Morphology 

95-OOfHHlii 
Natural Sulcri i"ii 



95-Ol)(i(IO(i 
95-aaSQIW 
95-OOfl07L 

Orlt>iUat Lou/It. Miiinj^ 
95-00920:i 

95-G079MI 
95-00031(1 
95-OOB6I I 



95-0011721) 
Ploicly l.tivv I 

95-0()7g;)H 
FolyrnnrpliJ HIII 

95-00792H 



95-0(17953 



95-DO7961 

95-007Q7ri 



95-OO H002 

95-OO8/.00 
Polyploidy 

95-OD790H 

95-007923 

95-OO79JH 
Population tii-m- 

95-007910 



t |. 



. 
95-OO7921 

95-00792'i 
95-007936 
95-007943 
95 -00 79 <(.< 
95-OO7951 
95-007956 
95-007962 
95-007906 
95-00 7985 
95-007993 



FR 



31fl 



SUBJECT INDEX 



..CONTINUED. .. 
enetics 

Population Genetics 
95-008064 

95-OQB38H 



95-Q091S3 

95-009324 
Population Studies 

95-CQ7953 
Proteins 

95-OO7Q79 
Rcpro-tl-ucLion 

95-00716^ 

95-007987 
RNA 

95-007755 

93-00797'! 
Selective Ureeding 

95-OQ7113 

95-00718-; 

95-007930 

95-007550 

93-O07960 

95-007990 

95-003572 
Sen Determination 

95-OQ7930 

95-007976 

95-007937 

95-007994 

95-O07999 
Sax Reversal 

95-007999 
Spawning 

95-O079/i7 
Specliition 



95-OOB377 
Sterilization 

95-O07999 
Stock Identification 

95-007913 

95-O07917 

95-007026 



95-OO 7936 



95-007960 

95-007970 

95-O07981 

95-QD79S2 
Stocking/ Introductions 

95-OQ7917 

95-007930 

95-UQ7975 

95-O07991 

95-O09213 
SwiremiTig Performance 

95-ooeoao 

Taxonomy 

95-007916 

95-007980 

95-007936 

95-OOB403 

95-008413 

93-009051 
Techniques /Gynogeneais 

95-007923 
Tcchnl<t lles ' ploi - tl y Levels 

95-OO7976 
ThetmaL Shock 

95-007923 



...CONTINUED... 
Genetics 

Trans Ccn'ins 
95-00790'. 
95-007948 
Transplanted Species 

95-009203 
Tripl Q * [ ' 



95-007903 
95-007923 
95-OO 7997 
95.-008l)19 
Variation Studies 
95-007813 
95-QO7902 
95-OO7909 
95-007910 
95-OD7915 
95-007917 
95-OD7920 
95-007922 
95-OO792d 
95-O07925 
95-QO7926 
95-OD7927 
95-007932 
95-OO793'i 
95-007936 
95-OO7943 
95-OO 794'h 
95-007945 
95-007946 
95-007947 
95-007951 
95-007952 
95-007953 
95-00795^ 
95-007959 
95-007961 
95-007963 
95-007961 
95-007966 
95-O07970 
95-007973 
95-007977 
95-00798(1 
95-007985 
95-007991 
95-OD7992 
95-007995 
95-007996 
95-007998 
95-008064 
95-008069 
95-OQB070 
95-008275 
95-008388 
95-000401 
95-008li09 
95-O08679 
95-OOB953 
95-009081 
95-009183 
Zoogeography 

95-007953 

Habitat Alterations 
Acidification 
95-008631 



95-OOB974 
95-006989 
95-009363 



FR 



319 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED,.. 
Habitat Alterations 
Agricultural Drainage 
95-005098 
95-009365 
Artificial Reefs 

95-009520 
Dank Tlevetmnni 
95-0013127 
93-009384 
Harriers 

95-009104 
Cariia 1 s 

95-009441 
Channelization 

95-009108 

95-009113 

95-009114 

95-009121 

95-009352 

95-009387 

95-009400 
Clearcuttlng 

95-009382 
Dams 

95-008910 

95-009100 

95-009109 

95-009114 

95-009122 

95-009236 

95-009314 

95-009345 

95-009394 

95-009410 

95-009594 
Dlliag 

95-009399 
Dredging 

95-009353 

95-009441 
Environmental Impacts 

95-009118 
Erosion 

95-009399 
Eutrophlcation 

95-008197 

95-009292 

95-009297 
Fish Aggregation Devices 

95-009423 
Fishing Gear 

95-009225 
Flow Reglraes 

95-009099 

95-009100 

95-009113 

95-009125 

95-009345 

95-009394 

95-009401 

95-009613 
Forestry Practices 

95-009098 

95-009107 

95-009327 

95-009344 

95-009392 

95-009584 
General 

95-009076 

95-009087 

95-009279 



. . .CONTINUUM 
llaliiuit Alter, 
Gonerftl 
95-OlHWlf. 



95-OWi'J/ 



llalilUi |iB| 
95-001)1(14 



95-OI]')4'tl 
History 

95-0()i)Wfi 
Hyd roc 1 1- r t rh 



95-OOBI 111 
95-0(l f )l 1 ! 
95 -01)9 I li ;i 
9!i- (109 I lit 

95-ooyB'in 



95-flOH] H, 
95-011') I U> 



95 -0(19 |]/ 
95-0(19 1 :u< 



il Inn ['in]' 1 ' ! 
95-00<>lllO 



Land 
95- 



95-0091','. 



95-009 1'/H 
95-00') Wi 

Largo Ocgiu 
95-OII'JVi/ 

I.imliij' 



Marl niiii 

95-00'JllH 
. Hidwttl,* 1 ! 1 SI ii 

95~009'i/U 
Mine Kff tiifin 

95- 0091 2 ' 
Mini US 

95-0()8fl:Ui 



95-0093'J'i 
Hitlgntliui 



9S-0091M) 
95-009594 
MoaqnlLo Caul i 
95-009113 



FR 



320 



SUBJECT INDEX 



ibitat Alterations 
Ho-squllo Control 
95-009116 



Navigation Projects 

95-009111 
No lie 

95-009120 
Nuclear Blasts 

95-OD6939 

95-OQ9119 
Offshore Drilling 

95-009123 
OH Pollution 

95-008832 

95-009136 
Pipelines 

95-009126 

95-009441 
Pollution 



95-006853 
95-O08974 
95-009111 
95- OQ924G 
95-009359 
95-009466 
95-009516 
Pollution Abatement 

95-009114 

Power Plants 

95-QOBQ39 

95-009119 

Recreational Activities 

95-009138 

Salinlzation 

95-009098 

95-009102 

Sedimentation 

95-009097 

95-00932J 

95-009392 

95-009399 

SrmllFlsliLnK 

95-009225 

Shoreline DGVC 1 opnient 
95.-00&3.91 
95-009101 
95-009L15 
95-009516 
Urban Development 
95-009115 
95-0093^5 
Volcanoes 

95-OOB139 
Water Diversions 
95-009Q9B 
95-009112 
95-009453 
95-009594 
9S-009555 

Hater Lavel Fluctuations 
95-009020 
95-009072 
95-009285 
95-QD9301 
95-009416 
Hater Quality 
95-009102 
95-009321 
Hater Supply 
95-009102 



, ..CONTINUED.. , 
Habitat Alterations 
Water Supply 

95-009112 
Heirs 

95-009398 
Invertebrates 
Artemia 
95-007359 
95-007366 
95-000511 
Benthos 
95-008188 
95-008205 
05-OOB206 
95-006230 
95-008235 
95-008281 
95-009038 
95-009339 
Control/Biological 

95-008822 
Capcpods 

95-009424 
Corals 

95-009520 
Isopods 

95-008223 
Management /Re search- -Lakes 

95-009093 
Molluscs 

95-007635 
My sills 

95-009416 
Parasites /Diseases 

95-008822 
Plecoptera 
95-008206 
Rotifers 
95-007312 
95-007338 
Shrimp 

95-007969 
ZoDplankton 
95-008496 
95-009525 
Limnology 
Algae 
95-007073 
95-009329 
Benthos 
95-007449 
95-008249 
95-009291 
Biomaaa 

95-007445 
Depth 

95-009416 
Foods /Feeding 

95-007449 
General 

95-007232 
Habitat Evaluation 

95-009358 
Hardness 

95-007084 
Liming 

95-00708', 

Morphometry 

95-009348 

95-009338 

Nutrient Cycling 

95-007073 



FR 40(4) 



321 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



CONTINUED... 



Limnology 

Nutrient. Cycling 

95-00820?" 
Oxygen 

95-009329 
Paleolimnology 

95-007449 
PH 

95-00708'. 

95- 007445 
Phytoplaiikton 

95-007073 

95-007445 

95-008203 

95-008248 
Plankton 

95-008214 
Stratification 

95-007073 

95-008245 

95-009291 

Techniques/Trophic Relationships 

95-008207 ' 

Techniques /Water Quality 

95-007132 
Trophic Relationships 

95-007449 

95-OOS214 

95-008249 
Water quality 

95-007132 
Zoop lank ton 

95-007445 

95-008191 

95-008203 

95-008245 

95-008249 

95-009424 

Manngament/Re S earcli--Estimries 
Abundance /['actors of 

95-008372 

95-008373 

95-009431 
Age /Growth 

95-008065 
Aquatic Plants 

95-008357 
Benthos 

95-007169 

95-009039 

95-009447 
Bioroass 

95-009448 
Connie rciai Fishinn 

95-OQ9224 

95-C 09429 
Data Bases 

95-008853 
Early Development 

95-008158 

95-009143 
Ecological Analysis 

95-008372 

95-009045 

95-00942S 

95-009431 

95-009440 

95-009448 
Economic Value 

95-009429 
Economics 



.. .CONTINUE!!. . . 

Management /Research- -tit. 

Endangered Population! 

95-009437 

95-0094 (,9 

95-009453 

Extirpation 

95-009437 

95-00945.3 

Forecasting 

95-008287 
Freshwater Inflow 

95-009437 
General 

95-009450 

EJahitat Alterations 
95-008353 
95-009115 
95-009116 
95-009432 
95-009441 
95-009447 
95-009451 
95-009453 
Habitat Classification 

95-009432 

Habitat Improvcncnl/Cer.; 
95-009438 
95-009441 
95-009442 

Habitat Protection 
95-009039 
15-009432 
95-009433 
95-009435 
95-009449 
95-009453 
Habitat Rating Systens 

95-009045 
Habitat Selection 

95-008065 
Lagoons 
95-009439 
95-009448 
95-009450 

Laws/Law EnEo ferment 
95-009039 
95-009433 
Mangroves 
95-008339 
95-009115 
95-009116 
95-009451 
Marshes 
95-0083S7 
95-009116 
95-009441 
Marshes, Salt 
95-008372 
95-006373 
95-009115 
95-009441 
95 -009 451 
Microhabitat 

95-00833B 
Migration 
95-008158 
Modeling 

95-009287 
Movements 
95-008065 
Nursery Areas 
95-OOflfffi5 



FR 40(4) 



322 



SUBJECT INDEX 



, . .CONTINUED. , . 

Jianagecwn if Re search --Estuaries 
Kurseiy Areas 

95-006261 

95-009427 

95-009*43 

95-009445 
Planning 

95-009045 

95-009432 

95-009435 

95-009446 

95-059450 
Pollution 

95-008837 

95-008853 

95-009920 

95-00903*! 

95-009433 
Pollution Abatement 

95-009446 
Population Studies 

95-00611.9 

95-00&15R 



95-008372 
95-0083 J3 



Production 



95-009&3B 

95-009152 
Sanctuaries 

95-009432 
Seagrass Beds 

95-008261 

95-009427 

95-009453 
Spawning 

95-OOBO63 
Species Diversity 

95-008333 

Q5-QOBJ73 

95-QQ9A32 

95-009^35 



S5-009-15D 
Sto-ck Assessment 
95-008323 



95-009449 

95-009452 
Stocking^ Introi!ctiona 

95-009039 

95- 009 (i 33 
Time Scries Analysis 

95-OOB15H 
Trophic Relationships 

95-OC39039 

95-OD9'28 

95-0(191130 

95-009431 

95-009434 

95-ODQ440 



Water quality 
95-009439 
95-009146 
95-009'i4fr 



. . .CONTINUED, . . 

Management /Research- -Estuaries 
Watershed Management 

95-009442 
Wetland Restoration 

95-009442 
Wetlands 
95-000920 
95-009039 
95-009045 
95-009116 
95-009441 
Yield 

95-009452 
Zooplankton 

93-009444 

Management /Research- -General 
Abundance /Factors of 
95-008319 
95-000374 
95-009062 
95-009186 
Aquatic Plant Control 

95-009166 
Artisanal Fisheries 

95-009091 
Daitfish 

95-009038 
Catch Per Unit Effort 

95-009040 
Caves 
95-009020 
95-009080 

Commercial Fishing 
95-008097 
95-008841 
95-009016 
95-009029 
95-009049 
95-009073 
95-009083 
95-009142 
95-009143 
95-009145 
95-009251 
95-009436 

Computer App 11 cut ion a 
95-008841 
95-009017 
95-009070 
95-009239 

Cumulative Indexes 
95-008838 
95-009566 
Data Bases 
95-008412 
95-008841 
95-008842 
95-008851 
95-008853 
95-009017 

Ecological Analysis 
95-007921 
95-008197 
95-008319 
95-009023 
95-009045 
95-009053 
95-009078 
95-009079 
95-009591 
Economic Value 
95-009036 



FR 40(4) 



SUBJECT IW>EX 



iiiijjiMi'ni /Research- -Genera] 
EcunKTiic Value 
55-009 142 




95-007096 

''5-Ountll 

9V 00 7 1 3 5 

95-009065 

95-009068 

M-00<J07(I 
95-009086 
95-009068 
95-U09Q94 
55-009146 
95-0095K5 
95-009fi08 

Endangered Populations 
95-008319 
')5 -009018 
95-009020 
95-009023 
95-009026 





Speci 



"Jli-OII'J^'S'J 
iPltfl'il 1 

'J'i-IHMHH > 



<J'i-<lll'lll I / 

HuMl III A| I , i .,1 1. ., 

yi-txmi'f/ 

yrj-miH \/f, 
y.'j-oins MP i 

93-riOH'l.l'J 



'J.-i-IHJ'H 111 



lit Jit I'ltll-Altl, *lt: 



ion 



93-009 (; I 
95-009l)7'i 
9S-00'JO?'J 
Q5-00909.T 



324 



SUBJECT INDEX 



..CONTINUED... 

m.a generic./ Res ea rcli - - Gen era 1 
Habitat Rating Systems 

95-009045 
Habitat Select Lcin 

95-009076 
Handbooks 

95-003405 
Harvest 

95-008356 

95-009016 

95-009062 

95-009063 

95-009245 

95-009251 
Hatchery/Wild Populations 

95-OQB5G7 
History 

53-009016 

95-009031 

95-009032 

95-009040 

95-009019 

95-OQ9CG7 

95-009084 

95-009245 
Incidental Entrapraont 

95-009025 
Interagency Cooperation 

95-009077 

95-009QG6 

International Fisheries 

95-009041 

95-009046 

95-009057 

agaons 

95-009(150 

.add Use. 

9S-OOSG9B 

.awa/Law Enforcement 

95-009025 

95-C09037 



95-00900(1 
D5-00961 
larteUng 
95-009025 
95-009035 
95-009057 



95-0(19549 
95-009S55 

liirshus 
95-009018 
95-00945(1 

iarshcs , Salt 



llcrnhnhltat 

95-009080 
lode Ling 

9S-009Q25 

9S -009069 

93-009239 

95-009245 

95-01)9249 

95-009251 

95-009262 

95-009276 
Mortality Factors 

95-008225 

95-ODBB62 
rtultiplG Use 

95-009003 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Management /Rosen rch--Genei-al 
Multispecies Management 

95-009262 
National Parks 

95-009036 
NoncoiisiunpUve Users 

95-009036 
Nursery Areas 
95-008097 
95-009090 
Optimum Sustainable Yield 

95-009063 

Ornamental Fish Trade 
95-007'.l2 
95-009018 
Personnel 
95-009065 
95-009077 
Perspectives 
95-009016 
95-009019 
95-00905^ 
95-009062 
95-009006 
95-009067 
95-009075 
95-00908'. 
95-009095 
Planning 
95-007076 
95-009017 
95-009022 
95-009035 
95-009045 
95-009063 
95-009066 
95-009067 
95-009103 
95-0091'.! 
95-009245 
95-009249 
93-009450 
Pollution 
95-008374 
95-008838 
95-008847 
95-008853 
95-008934 
95-008939 
Pollution Abatement 

95-0090'.'. 

Population Studies 
95-009023 
95-009042 
95-009083 
95-009254 
95-009276 
Production 
95-008097 
95-009135 
Professionalism 
95-009065 
95-009570 

Recreational Benefits 
95-009132 
95-009138 
95-009141 
Recreational Carrying Capacity 

95-009138 
Recruitment 

95-009276 

Regulationa/Catch Limits 
95-009063 



FR 



325 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



t /K('5Ciu-ch- -General 




95-00914] 
95-009146 

95-009147 
Species Diversity 

95-007993 

95-008391 

95-009023 

95-009027 

95-009028 

95-009030 

95-009033 

95-009051 

95-009056 

95-009061 

95-009066 

95-009069 

95-009071 

95-009076 

95-009086 

95-009092 

95-009450 

95-009608 
Spurt fishing 

95-009036 

95-009043 

95-009054 

95-009058 

95-009132 

95-009140 
Statistical Methods 

95-009262 
Stock Assessment 

95-008097 

95-008319 

95-009024 

95-009034 

95-009Q4Q 

95-009041 

95-009046 

95-009047 

95-OQ9D61 

95-009062 

95-OQ9236 

95-009249 

55-009436 

Stocking/ Introductions 
95-OOB091 
95-008847 
95-009022 
95-009037 
95-009038 
95-009043 



.. .CONTINUED. . . 
Management /KtMicmvh- -r^.-r ia\ 
Stocking/lilt t iKlie.:E \:::i 



95-00016') 

95-on'Jiei 



95-003 I9H 

<J5i-[KJ<>20CI 



SuhftisLolll-f I' I !rJ)ill 

95 - 00901 H 
93-009091 
05 - 009 1 'i / 

Trophtr Huliii lonh 
95-008197 



95-009 Kid 



U.S. 



VoLtitiLcnr I'l n 

95-009077 
Water {Jiinl 1 i.y 



95-O0958. 1 ) 
Wa tcirslinit Miiiui 



95-0091)7 I 



93-009391 
Wetlmid llt'i 

35 - 0090 i t t\ 
Wetlands 

93-00032? 



95-009060 



95-009(1510 
Yield 

95 -009049 
Yicld-pnr-lti'riuH. 



Management./ l(<ii4>ii 
Aljundnntc/fiii' i 

95 -00,83:4 .1 

95-00*1 1&7 

95-009193 

95-OOD29& 

95-009310 
Ac ra Lion 

95-OU93(i:i 
Aquatic: I'lutil.s 

95-00929W 
Artificial Hcitl 

95-00^022 



Beaver Poniin 
93-009287 

fliomaas 
95-008203 
95-OOB20/ 
93-009299 



FR 1,0(1,) 



326 



SUBJKCT INDEX 



in age-men I /Research- -Lakes 
Ccmeccial Fishing 
95-009 131 
S5-OC9177 



^5-009311 
Data Cases 



Desert Habitat 

95-009077 
Ecological Analysis 

93-003249 

93-008264 

95-008281 

15-OQW7& 

95-009257 

95-009273 

95-00926'} 

95-009277 

95-009301 

95-009306 

95-009309 

95-009313 
Econonlcs 

95-OU9130 
Enilanger-cd Populations 

95-009335 



K s c ap eneii t 

95-009396 

95-009397 
Ei.itrophlca.tlon 



Exutic Species 

95-009053 
Estluctlon 



ETKt irpaLion 

95-.Q07-)68 

95-009295 
FertUJznUoH/Soll aiitl Wator 

95-009299 
Fish Control ^Removal 

95-Q0929O 

95-009305 
Fish Kills 

95-008796 
Fishc-nrvan/AiiKler Siifveys 

9S-O09O5O 

95- 009 133 
Fooil si FisoiH ii)j 



Pore cast.!. 11 

<J5-OU9 
Knbitat 



95-OU92B7 
9D-OD920J 



r> -0092*17 



IkibLtaL Evaluation 

9S-D09078 

95-009306 
Kabltat Improveincnt /General 

95-008207 

95-009050 

93-009291 

95-009293 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Management /Research- -Lakes 
Habitat Protect, Ion 

95-000308 
E tar vest 
95-00929'.! 
95-009311 
95-009397 
Lake Renovation 
95-00928S 
95-009293 
95-009297 
05-009309 
Limnology 

95-009303 
Mlcrohabltat 

95-009293 
Modeling 
95-009278 
95-009294 
Multispecies Management 

95-008242 
Nursery Areas 
95-008335 
95-009287 
Nutrient Control 

95-008207 

Nutrients 

95-008855 

95-009303 

Oxygenation 

95-009291 
Perspectives 

95-009286 
Planning 
95-009217 
95-009286 
Pollution 
95-008836 
95-008855 
95-008968 
Population Studies 
95-007968 
95-009294 
Production 
95-009296 
Recreational Benefits 

95-009130 
Regulations/Fishing Gear 

95-009304 
Regulations /General 

95-009215 
Regulations/Size Limits 

95-009304 
Riparian Habitat 

95-009287 
Sampling 
95-008335 
95-009255 
95-009293 
Sanctuaries 
95-009311 
Social Values 

95-009130 

Species Diversity 

95-009285 

95-009292 

95-009302 

95-009306 

95-009307 

Sportflahing 

95-009300 
Stock Assessment 
95-008301 



FR 40(4) 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 




Tir.-3 Scries Analysis 

95-008279 

95-009289 

H 5 -0092 94 
Trophic Pclatlonsliips 

95-008203 

95-008207 

95-008249 

95-008301 

r )3-009217 

95-009257 

95-009278 

95-009288 

93-009269 

95-009290 

9i-()Q9297 

95-009298 

95-009299 

95-009300 

95-009301 

95-009305 

9 r i- 009307 

55-009312 

55-009113 
Vaier Quality 

9S-C07109 



9 r J- 008960 
'3-009301 
^-009303 
"et lands 
^'5-008335 



Strength 



a 



. . .CONTINUKU. 

Managcracm /l^! 
Alnuidniif*?/F 
P5-007'i-'iH 
95-ODH1/I1 
95-0110^61 
95-0094!);? 
&S-(K)<Jiiliri 
93-0093 1 W 



<J5-OOOS1 I 
95-OOQSl'l 



Adininlst i ,il d 

uf,/. 

I'liinl 



Arctic Kulf 

95-notvnn 



95-OOH. r >firi 



93-0095IW 
95-009.'il I 
95-C09517 
95-009!i',!U 
95-009:121 
Aftisniml P 
95 -00 OWH 
95-Ot)9'.ri'> 

95-oogriia 
Hoys 
95-OllHiidr, 



95-00!ilJ'.'l 

93-flOHBfi'J 



95-009171 

95-01)921^ 
95-00921:! 



03-009'r/H 
95-009.'i(i:! 
95 - (J09:i 1 r i 



Benthos 
95-0090:19 



95-Q0012JI 

Bioiaa.ua 



95- 0095(15 
95-0095^6 
93-009527 
95-00953,1 
95-009:i3'l 
Dyctilcli 
95-009321) 



95-009402 



95-009'i9- r i 
9S-00951C1 
95-009532 

Catch Per CJnil Ktfat t 
95-0092JJ2 
95-009100 



ra 



328 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.... CONTINUED. . . 
Lanagenient/ Re search- -Marine 
Catch Per Unit. Effort 

95-009473 

95-009499 

95-009522 

95-009535 

95-0095*4 
Coastal Habitat 

gs-ooas32 

95- 0092 70 
95-009372 
95-Q094B1 
95-009485 



95-009502 

95-009516 

oMnerciiil 

95-008084 

95-001085 

95 -009 14 4 

95-009218 

95-009220 

95-009225 

95-C10922& 

95-009227 

95-00923'. 

95-009242 

95-Q092B2 

95-009454 

95-009^57 

95-00 9^Ti9 

95-009460 

35-009463 

95-009465 

95-009466 

95-009467 

95-00947D 

95-D09't7l 

95-009473 

95-009476 

95-009477 

95 -009*1 79 

95-009'i83 



Fishing 



95-O094S6 
95-0094S7 
95-009HQB 
95-009492 
95-009493 
95-009^95 



95-OD9503 



95-009521 

95-O09529 

95-009535 

95-OU9537 

95-0095(11 

95-0095^2 

95-009543 

95-009595 
Computer Applications 

95-009242 

95-Q09500 
Coral Raafa 

95-008325 

95-008555 

95-008B60 

95-008912 

95-009512 

95-009520 

95-009526 
Data BA3G3 

95-009515 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Haiiagement/ Re search- -Marine 
Distribution/E'actors of 

95-008332 
Early Development. 

95 - 0095 J 5 

Ecological Analysis 
95-009270 
95-009527 
95-009532 
Economic Value 
95-0094B4 
95-OQ95<.2 
Economics 
95-009085 
95-009282 
95-009459 
95-009'i68 
95-009484 
95-009493 
95-009499 
Education 

95-009064 

Endangered/Threatened Species 
95-009595 
95-009596 
Exploitation Rates 
95-008072 
95-008682 
95-009139 
95-009472 
95-009479 
95- 0094 B4 
95-009490 
95-009491 
95-009509 
95-009524 
95-009530 
Fish Aggregation Devices 

95-009521 

Fish Kills 

95-008B60 

95-008861 

Fisherman/Angler Surveys 

95-009503 

Fishery Management Councils 
95-009471 
95-009475 
95-009477 
Forecasting 
95-009242 
95-009460 
95-009461 
95-009487 
95-009500 
95-009523 
95-009535 
95-009539 
95-009541 
General 

95-009466 

Ground fish 

95-009455 

Habitat Alterations 
95-008832 
95-009097 
95-009101 
95-009120 
95-009123 
95-009128 
95-009225 
95-009470 
95-009482 



FR 40(4) 



329 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 




95-00') W 

95-009473 

911-009476 

95-OQ94H3 

95-009495 

95-009500 

95-009518 

95-009540 
Haichory/Wlld Populations 

95-009182 

95-009188 

95-009189 
History 

95-009471 

95-009481 

95-009543 
IcIithyoplankUm 

95-009496 

95-009497 
Incidental Entrapment. 

95-009537 
Intcragency Cooperation 

95-008845 

International Fisheries 
95-009454 
95-OD9456 
95-009457 
95-009465 
95-009466 
95-009467 
95-009471 
95-009474 
95-009475 
95-009477 
95-009488 
95-009493 
95-009494 
95-009508 
95-009518 
95-009519 
95-009521 
95-009537 
95-009543 
Islands 
95-009101 
95-009458 
Jurisdiction 
95-008845 
95-DD9457 
95-009467 
95-009488 
95-009489 
95-009493 
95-009494 
95-009519 
95-009521 
95-009531 
95-009543 



. . .CONTINUKI). . . 
MfinagcniQiit./IU!SL';urli--M.ii 
Lagoons 

95-009514 
Law of tlit! Sen 

95-008fl'i3 

95-009457 

95-OOgJiflB 

95-009480 

95-009/t9:i 

95-00949'! 

95-0095U8 



Laws/Law 



93-009005 
95-OO914U 
95-009(157 
95 -009'. HI 
95-009'tfiB 
95-0094H9 
95-009493 
95-009(i9'i 
95-00<>:50(> 
95-009MH 
95-0091519 
95-009Sai 
95-0095:11 
93-009537 
95-009540 
95-009543 
Marina !{pHin'vi-! 
95-009'.5tl 
95-009526 
95-009527 
Miclwiitcr Hl.ruci 

95-009521 

MotlclliiR 

95-0091/tH 

93 -0-092611 

95-009270 

95-0002HH 

95-00059fi 

HultiplB llHti 

95-000',-'ifl 
Mill Lisped OH Hiii 

95-000495 
Nursery Ariuin 
95-008065 
95-00(3177 
95-OOB346 
95-0091(18 
95-009469 
95-009402 
95 -00 9'. 8 !> 
95-009502 
95-009515 
95-00952.2 
95 -0095 2 S 
Optimum SiLftl.il ii 

95-00)'tfl7 
OrnaraeiiLol FlMi 

95-007309 
PerspecLivn.4 
95 -009(1 OS 
05-0094GC 
95-OOB4G7 
95-0095(10 
95-009540 
Planning 
9S-009/.G5 
95-009466 



FR 40(4) 



330 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. .CONTINUE]). 

nagemini./Re 

Planning 

95-009475 

55-009 4B1 

95-0094&G 

95-00? -193 

95-009508 

95-003516 

Pollution 

95-008834 

95-OG8S43 



95-008849 
95-008909 
95-009039 
95-009105 
95-009123 
95-009128 
95-009454 
95-009',66 
55-003506 
95-009532 
Population Studies 
95-0119119 
95-008335 
95-000832 
95-009156 
95-Q0926S 
95-009455 
95-009- 't72 
95-009476 
95-009505 
95-009513 
Primary Production 

95-009372 

Pectination 

95-009476 

95-009479 

95-009487 

95-009533 

95-009531!* 

95-009538 

Professionalism 

95-009064 
Recrultjnen t 
05-0085-55 
95-00<H76 
95-009UH 
95-GO9462 
95-009495 
95-009501 
95-009502 
95-009528 

Reef Fish Communities 
95-0091172 
95-009520 

Regulations/Catch Limits 
95-0-0951.8 
95-009543 
Re&ulations/Fishlng Gear 

95-009493 

Regulations /General 
95-009144 
95-009148 
95-009 f<56 
95-009487 
95-009513 

Regulations/Limited Entry 
95-009035 
95-009282 
95-009463 
95-009<i&0 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Management./ Hesenrcti- -Marino 
Regulations/Limited Entry 
95-009521 
95-009526 
95-009527 
Regulations /Ho rat or la 

95-009'i93 
Regulations/Size Limits 

95-009518 
Research Vessels 

95-009120 
Risk Analysis 
95-009500 
Sampling 

95-009497 
Sanctuaries 
95-009458 
95-009526 
Seagrass Reds 
95-0094BC 
95-009511 
95-009514 
95-009525 
Social Values 
95-009146 
95-009454 
95-009459 
95-009463 
95-009468 
95-009471 
95-009508 
Species Diversity 
95-OOB33Z 
95-OOQ555 
95-009450 
95-009496 
95-009497 
95-009502 
95-0095014 
95-009505 
95-009511 
95-009515 
95-009520 
95-009544 
Sportfishing 

95-009509 
Stock Assessment 
95-008167 
95-008206 
95-008325 
95-00&347 
95-009156 
95-009242 
95-009265 
95-009268 
95-009454 
95-009455 
95-009460 
95-009461 
95-009465 
95-009470 
95-009472 
95-009(173 
95-00947'. 
95-009478 
95-009479 
95-009(183 
95-0094S6 
95-009490 
35-009491 
95-009492 
95-009490 



FR 40(4) 



331 



1995 



SUBJECT INIJUX 



...CONTINUED... 
Management. /Research- -Marine 
Stock Assessment 
95-009500 
95-009501 
95-01)9502 
95-009507 
95-009515 
95-009517 
95-009523 
95-009530 
95-009532 
95-009533 
95-009534 
95-009535 
95-009536 
95-009538 
95-0095',! 
95-00954'. 
95-009590 

Stock IdGnt.lfIcni.lQn 
95-009577 

Stocking/ Introductions 
95-007017 
95-009039 
95-009102 
95-009171 
95-009182 
95-009183 
95-009109 
95-009109 
95-009206 
95-009212 
95-009213 
95-009216 
95-009513 
Subalstiiiico Fishing 

95-009512 

Trophic Relai.lonslii|iH 
95-008257 
95-OOBS60 
95-009039 
95-009105 
95-OD912H 
95-009524 
95-009525 
95-009533 
95-009536 
Water quality 

95-009532 
Wetlands 
95-009039 
95-009<i82 
95-009485 
Yield 
95-Q09454 
Yle Id -poi- Recruit 

95-009', 76 

Management/Research- -Ponds 
Abundance /Factors of 

95-009599 

Aquatic Plant Control 
95-007071 
C ntch out ponds 
95-007162 

Endangered /Threatened Species 
95-009599 
Eutrophication 
95-007073 
Exotic Species 
95-008336 

Fertilization/Soil and Wator 
95-008213 



. .C-UNT1N11KI). . . 
mwK(.>iiii>iil./1ii>;ii; 
Llnilnu, 



Mm 1 11 1 1 I y VtM'- I ins 

95-OOHIM', 
Null. I H(H!<: livi Mniiri 



Niil.rlmil :i 

95--0<1 
Spun f 

')S-l)() 
-Si ocK A:iHC,'j <iiiii'n1 



Stock Inn/ Inl 



Wat in- ijiNill ty 



Alniiulanr[!/K<U:l "I I n[ 

'J!i-II()H:Ki/ 
Art in.'lal Hitnl'N 

Vt-Mmri 

Arl.lHIIllIll I'' I Mill'!' 1 1* II 

9.'i-()()9'il!i 
IH (111111:111 



Ciit.ch ['IT Unit Klliirt 

ova 

' lal I- 1 sililiiH 



'J. 1-009 ',2d 

I'll 'III II Illl U'S 



Ion 



llaUitai t;vnlul!i>ri 



9S-I)0'J07 
Hook tiia/Huml Una 

93-OOB:i61 
Nuraory Arcnif 

93-001)171 



FR 40(4) 



332 



SUBJECT INDEX 



((MINUED... 
1i g K n.nL/Heftrch--Keservoirs 

nursery Areas 

55-009606 
pollution 

^5-009425 
population Studies 

35-QOS171 

55-0082<t5 

$5-009419 

95-009422 
=,)S I- Impoundment Studies 

95-008116 

95-009380 
'redator Control 

95-009606 
'reduction 

95-009417 

95-009422 

95-009426 
(scruiunent 

95-008116 

95-009417 

95-009606 
iegulations/Catch and Rolcase 

95-008361 
tegulalioiis/Catch Limits 

95-008311 
legulations/Size Limits 

95-008311 

95-008361 
leservoir Aging 

95-009419 
Ipeelea Diversity 

05-009380 
i par (.fishing 

95-009174 



Q5-009205 

95-009418 

95-009421 

Handing Timber 

95-009423 

lock Assessment 

95-008124 

95-006311 

95-009164 

95-009199 

95-009380 

95-009415 

95-009417 

95-009-425 

tocking/ Introductions 

95-009164 

95-009170 

95-009174 

95-009175 

95-009176 

95-009178 

95-009184 

95-OD9199 

95-009205 

95-009418 

95-009424 

95-009612 

'rophic Relationships 

95-00941B 

95-009420 

95-009426 

'ater Level Fluctuations 

95-008367 

ater Quality 

95-008361 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 

Ma nagement/ Research- -Reservoirs 
Water Quality 

95-0088*8 

95-009321 

95-009380 
Yield 

95-009072 

95-009*17 

M!magcnient/Reseai-ch--RiverH and Streams 
Abumlnnce/t'actors of 

95-007912 

95-00821B 

95-008335 

95-008351 

95-008369 

95-008678 

95-009117 

95-009121 

95-009314 

95-009319 

95-00932'. 

95-009337 

95-0093'il 

95-0093'.9 

95-009361 

95-009365 

95-009367 

95-009368 

95-009370 

95-009375 

95-009377 

95-009381 

95-009387 

95-009'>00 

95-069406 

95-009*13 
Aquatic Plant Control 

95-007072 
Aquatic Plants 

95-008168 
Arctic Habitat 

95-009365 
Artisanal Fisheries 

95-0093*3 

95-009464 
Backwater Lakes 

95-008168 

95-008331 

95-009399 
Bank Revetment 

95-009127 
Bays 

95-007991 
Beaver Ponds 

95-009322 

95-009389 
Benthos 

95-008310 

95-008218 

95-008369 

95-009365 
Biological Monitoring 

95-009124 
Biomass 

95-009319 

95-009327 

95-009334 

95-009337 

95-009375 

95-009412 

95-009413 
Canals 

95-009201 



FR 40(4) 



333 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



... CONTINUED.,. 

Hanagcraent/Hosoai-cli--niverH and Strea 
Canopy 

95-000372 

95-009400 

95-009412 
Catch Per Unit Effort 

95-009335 

95-009336 
Cormei'cial Fishing 

95-008087 

95-009133 

95-009149 

95-003343 



95-009492 
Data liases 

95-009050 
Desert Halii tat. 

95-008077 
Dispersal 

95-009104 

95-009322 
Distribution/Factors oC 

95-009319 

05-009349 

95-009375 

95-009406 
Ecological Analysts 

95-008331 

95-00836] 

95-009059 

95-00907B 

95-00931ft 

95-009320 

95-009339 

95-009341 

95-009347 

95-009352 

95-009354 

95-009357 

35-009385 

95-009390 

95-009195 

95-009590 

95-009597 
Economic Vrilno 

95-009403 
Economics 

95-009379 

95-009403 

95-009464 
Endangered Populations 

95-007518 

93-008351 

95-009315 

95-009310 

95-009358 

95-009359 

93-009369 

95-009392 

95-009409 

95-009594 

93-009602 

93-009603 
Endangerad/Threatened Species 

95-009594 
95-009597 
95-009600 
95-009600 
95-009607 



. ..CONTINUED. .. 
Management / Hasan n h - - H Uvi , lb 
Endangered /Threat csui'tl *,>, 'L. 
95-009612 
95-009613 
EnvironmcnLa] Imiict. AFIII'M 



95-009210 
E s cap omen t. 

95-007912 

95-008112 

95-008120 

95-009163 

95-009325 

95-009391 

95-009397 
ExiilolLaUoii Rat.cn 

95-009337 

95-009464 
Extinction 

95-009369 
Extirpation 

95-009315 

95-009392 

95-009594 

95-009606 

95-U09613 
Fisli Contra]/HemwL 

95-0091.49 

Fish Passngn 

95-009238 

95-00935fi 

Fisherman MUR! i! r Hiii- 

95-009050 

95-009133 

95-009335 

95-009336 

95-0093C2 

95-009403 
FloorS])laiiiM 

95-008168 

95-00034] 

95-009125 

95-009314 

95-009317 

95-009333 

95-009340 
95-009352 
95-009371 
95-009407 
95-009508 
Flow Regimes 
95-009099 
95-009317 
95-009323 
95-009329 
95-009333 
95-009345 
95-009356 
95-0093G1 
95-009377 
95-009394 
95-009414 
Forecasting 

95-008120 

Forestry Practlr.ns 
95-009327 
95-009344 
CIS 

95-009374 
95-009583 



FR 



334 



SUIUHUT 1NDKX 



' j^iut AlteratioiiB 

))5-OOBll<i 
95-008831 
gj-OOBBW 
95-OM10U 
95-009104 
95. 009107 
95-009108 
95-009109 
95-009110 
95-009111 
95-009112 
95-009113 
95-009114 
95-009117 
95-009121 
95-009122 
95-00912* 
95-009125 
95-009126 
95-009127 
95-009129 
95-009238 
95-009240 
95-009279 
95-009314 
95-009313 
95-009321 
95-009324 
95-009327 
95-009332 
95-009344 
95-009345 
95-009347 
95-009349 
95-009352 
95-009353 
95-009356 
95-009358 
95-009359 
95-009365 
95-00936B 
95-009374 
95-009376 
95-009377 
95-009379 
95-009302 
95-009303 
95-009384 
95-00938& 
95-0093B7 
95-009392 
95-009399 
95-009100 
95-009(101 
95-009110 
95-00958', 
95-009586 
95-009587 
95-009590 
95-009594 
95-009598 
95-009613 

Habitat Evaluation 
95-008342 
95-008353 
95-009078 
95-009108 
95-009112 
95-00924.0 
95-009320 



. . .CONTINUKI). . . 



Hiilil t.nl. Kviiln;il hni 



l v>t>i'!i anil jjt.rt.imnH 



llurvnst 



9.')-OI)7'JV. 



95-1109173 
95-009179 
95-0093:15 
95-009S9'i 

IllsLoty 
05-009373 
93-009594 

IISI 

95-009 AOH 
95-009 /.OH 

InsLronm Flow 
93-00!Hia 



FR 40 (ft) 



33D 



199S 



SIJIJJKCT INDEX 

. ..CONTINUED... 

HanmieiMiiL/JlBsenrcli-.llJvcrs ami Sl.n-niiiH M-iirm^nl'^.U.' -, ,- -i. I I 
Insiream Flow M.ni.ui* il/ll.v. - -HI 

95-009329 
95-009400 

Intprngcncy Cooperation 
95-009343 
Lagoons 
95-00833] 
Land Usn 

95-009374 

Large Organic Dobrls 
95-009339 
95-009347 
Laws/Law Enforcement 

95-009594 
Liming 
95-008831 
Limnology 

93-009364 ^""T'''"' 

Longlines <,'',, 

95-009149 it-MWM, I 

Maximum Sustainable yiald i|''"m!('!'!/ 

95-008109 'i.'i-OO'J'i'Ja 

Microhabitat I'lUlullim Aluil rtil 

95-008165 'l-'i-ODIIHM 

95-008307 ')'i-()C)UB')/ 

95-008360 'JS-IMI'JI I ] 

95-OOB8' ( 4 l'n|uilat. Ion Si ml I * 

95-009121 Qil-miHIlW 

95-009318 'j;i-OOHia!i 

95-009330 Wi-WWS/ift 

95-009390 9,'i-imrjlOH 

95-009400 
95-009406 
95-009414 
95-009607 

Mitigation 
95-009356 

Modeling 
95-009263 
95-009279 

95-009323 

95-OD9342 

95-009400 

95-009410 

95-009602 
Mortality Factors 

95-009606 
Nursery Areas 

95-008168 

95-008335 

95-009107 

95-009125 

95-009317 

95-009322 I'l'ilri/.rv 

95-009333 

95-009350 

95-009363 91-()(J9/"]';j 

"-0093S9 Pr*lu|.l>,; 

95-009395 93-008109 

Nutrient Spiraling 93-0090-JV 

95-OD9393 
Nutrients 

95-009393 II 

n J H*:I..H:CI i,ji)iij 

Perspectives 'J5-009.1fi2 

95-009343 95-009'iO-i 

95-009590 Rtscfidimoni 

SS2S g-SJi 1 ?? 

"""S* 5:SSJJJ 

93-00933.1 



330 



95-009335 
95-009336 

Rcgitlalltins/iJiinci-iil 
95-00920') 
95-I109Z15 
95-0094(14 
95-009594 



Kniry 



mRi'iui'til /Hi'Ni'ari:li--llivfii iiiul HI. 
i|it>r 1 rn 1)1 vcr:i 1 1 y 



95.009351 

95-009403 
KM torn tlon <>' Aniiilvuminiri Hun" 



95-aoaa/i 

95-009204 
95-009207 
95-009373 
95-009379 
95-009501) 
95-009594 
95-009602 
95-009603 
Riparian Huh Hal. 
95-009059 
95-01)9(1711 
95-009127 
95-0(193 KB 

95-ofi9::i:i 

95- 0(19:13 2 
95-0093f>ri 
95-0093/6 
95-0093112 
95-009:189 
95- 00940 / 
9,1-009412 

River r.onl.liuimii ('.oiitT|it 
95-00931 'J 
95-009:1211 
95-009:t5H 
95-00937.1 
95-{l09:iBl 
95-0(194(16 
95-009410 



Spin 



95-0011315 

95-009230 

95- 00932 fi 

95-0093:10 

95 -009:1 3 B 
Suiic.t.ii/irliis 

95-009M1.1 
Sodlinent Ctint.nil 

95-009380 
Social ValuoH 

95-(109fi04 

95-009(16'. 

95-009603 
Spccins Dlvoi'slLy 

95-008331 

95 -0083 it 1 

95-OOB3'i2 

95-008351 

95-009109 

95-009136 



<J5-Oll'J:ifl2 



95-009 401 
0.1 -009 40'J 
9.1 "009492 



Stock Iilenllt'lcntlon 

99-00(12(19 
SlockliiB/Intniductlons 

95-007150 



95-007177 



FR 40(4) 



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1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 

HanagemenL/Reiearcli--!Uvcrs and Streams 
Stocklng/ltiLroductions 
95-007239 
95-007246 
95-007912 
95-007925 
95-007954 
95-007991 
95-008121 
95-008375 
95-009160 
95-009161 
95-009163 
95-009165 
95-009172 
95-009173 
95-009179 
95-009180 
95-009191 
95-009193 
95-009194 
95-009197 
95-009201 
95-009202 
95-009203 
95-009204 
95-009205 
95-009207 

95-009208 

95-009209 

95-009211 

95-009215 

95-009324 

95-009325 

95-009346 

95-009353 

95-009378 

95-009405 

95-009602 

95-009605 

95-009606 

95-009609 

95-009612 
Survival 

95-009180 

95-OD9397 
Tailwaters 

95-OOBUfi 

95-008121 

95-009237 

95-009380 
Trophic Relationships 

95-008210 

95-008218 

95-008369 

95-009393 

95-009406 

95-009412 

95-009413 

95-009587 
Water Quality 

95-0079f.fi 

95-ODBB56 

95-009109 

95-009327 

95-009341 

95-009349 

95-009361 

95-009363 

95-009364 

95-009368 

95-009370 



. . .CONTINUED... 

Mana B cracnt/Resoarch--Riv( 
Water Quality 

95-009380 

95-009383 

95-009387 
Watershed Management 

95-009059 

95-009107 

95-009321 

95-01)9332 

95-009411 

95-009583 

95-009584 

95-009586 

95-009589 

95-009590 

95-009592 

95-009593 
Wetland Restoration 

95-009360 

95-009366 

95-009411 
Wetlands 

95-008335 

05-009332 

95-009389 
Wild Trout Management 

95-008334 

95-009209 

95-009335 

95-009336 

95-009351 

95-00937B 

95-009609 
Year Clnss Strength 

95-009367 

95-009401 
Yield 

95-009099 

05-009364 
Modeling 
An rat ion 

95-007444 
Age /Growth 

95-008302 

95-008315 

95-009029 

95-009240 

95-009267 
Bloacciimuliitjon 

95-008914 
Biomagnification 

95-009012 
Blomaas 

95-009597 
Body Form 

95-007484 

95-007519 
Catch-Age Analysis 

93-009276 
Climate 

95-009294 
Cohort -Analysis 

95-009276 
Commercial Fishing 

95-009258 

95-009282 
Competition 

95-009270 
Computer Applications 

95-009281 
Cu Iture / P ropaga tlon 

95-009247 



FR 40 (ft) 



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1)9) 



SUHJECT INDEX 



T373 

ive Ram 

J204 

Leal A: 

J27B 

Lcs 

H34 

5244 

3245 

3264 

cred P 

5069 

ling P 



t. i.tin 



746'. 

aicliecy Ef Fluents 

7095 

7296 

eg i rocs 

0279 

9'tOB 

Olivers Ion K F F Iclency 

7373 

17374. 

iS20'4 

Feedin.E 

18204 

19563 

is ting 



unoval 



teloctivi 



)9239 



iC Al tctTca. t Aoti H 

J9279 

\t Evalun r. I on 

39323 

D9342 

39410 

3939B 

at ScLed t ion 

D92B3 

09408 

st 

09245 

09251 

ecy/Wilri Poi>l 

07962 



OQ408 

ullcs 

09&OB 

cam Flovr 

09408 

,1 Drift 

109274 

h-Moight 

I092G3 

Histor 

106302 

109294 



, , , 
RoXatlonshlps 



1-07084 



.. .CONTINUED... 
Modeling 

Mark/Elecaptiire 

95-00924H 
Horphometry 

95-009263 
Hot-tallt.y Hates 

95-OOB302 
Move mou l'.s 

35-009283 
Hiiltispoclca Management 

93-009262 

Musculature 

93-007'.84 

95-007519 

95-0076'i2 

Nervous Systom 

95-007642 
Nitrogen Mel.abollsn 

95-007657 
Nutrition 
95-009267 
95-009277 
Optimum Sustainable Yield 

95-009063 
Or i en ta tion / llomin g 

95-009243 
Oxygon 

95-007374 
Pollution 
95-008858 
95-009250 
Population Genetics 

95-007962 
Population Studies 
95-009042 
95-009262 
95-O09266 
95-009268 
95-009276 
95-009283 
95-O09472 
95-009476 
95-009487 
95-009602 
Recruitment 
95 - 009 2 '> 4 
95-009249 
95-009361 
Regulations/General 

95-009251 
Reproduction 

95-009266 
Risk Analysis 
95-009134 
95-009596 
Salinity 

95-009280 
Schooling Behavior 

95-008063 
Sedimentation 
95-009097 
Species Diversity 

95-009076 
Stock Assessment 
95-009244 
95-009249 
95-009258 
95-009268 
95-009279 
95-009501 
95-009596 
Stress 
95-009280 



FR * 0(4) 



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1995 



SUUJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED.., 
Modeling 

Substrate Compos I !. 1 on 
95-009408 

Swimming Perfornancc 
95-007450 
95-0074H4 
95-007519 
95-007542 
95-007642 
95-009261 
Temperature 

95-009279 
Time Series Analysis 

95-009294 

Toxicology 

95-009012 

Trophic Relationships 
95-009013 
95-009257 
95-009294 
Virtual Population Analysis 

95-009262 
Water Quality 
95-0070B4 
95-007374 
Morphology 
Abnormalities 
95-007264 
95-007292 
95-Q07302 
95-007453 
95-007461 
95-007463 
95-007469 
95-007492 
95-007495 
95-007506 
95-007514 
95-007515 
95-007541 
95-008452 
95-008954 
95-009119 
Acoustlco-Lateralis System 

95-007511 
Age /Growth 
95-007451 
95-007460 
95-007467 
95-007482 
95-007488 
95-007494 
95-007502 
95-007513 
95-007532 

Age/Sex Relationships 
95-007455 
95-007462 
95-007474 
95-007477 
95-007496 
95-007509 
95-008144 
95-008395 
95-008402 
95-008408 
Air Breathing 

95-007602 
Albinism 

95-007506 
Ambicoloration 
95-007472 



...CONTINUED.. . 
Morjiliolugy 
llcwly Form 

95-007450 

95-007475 

95-007476 

95-0074H4 

05-0074(15 

95-007519 

'J5-007540 

9. 1 ) -oo 75', 2 

95-OOHH16 

9S-l)OB2H't 

9 'i- Of] 040!) 

95-00<J(inn 
II mi n 

95-007(171 

9.'J-007500 

93-007522 

95-0077'.:! 
CarillovtiscuUir Kyi 

95-007486 

95-007527 

95-007529 

CtlQIIIOI'GCCJll. lt)[l 

9:1-007507 
ChliH-lilt! CM] I .'i 



Culonit Lori 

95-007124 

95-007433 

'J5-00746H 

93-00749:1 

95-00730] 

93-1107305 

95-007-1:17 

93-008009 

95-000402 
ComHt.liiii Fin:i.nr.'i 

95-007464 
("rypolN 

95-0074611 
{tytnlofjy 

93-007821 

95-007855 

95-00791(1 

DEft!ll!!lvi> MR<:lmi|l;l 

95-007540 
DigtiHi-lvc Syiii.oin 

95-007456 

95-007403 

93-007515 

95-007330 

95-0075BH 

95-00771)0 

95-001)704 
Knrly DovelopnuMil 

95-007113 

95-007257 

95-007430 

95-00740:1 

95-007491 

93-007492 

93-007312 

95-007323 

95-007525 

95-007336 

93-007609 

95-0077BO 

95-00()Ofl6 

95-OOB302 

95-008402 



340 



,. .CONTINUED, ., 
Morphology 

Early RoveLoprnpni. 

95-008&52 

95- 009119 

Eggs 

95-007513 
95-007523 

95-008'i52 
Electtorccopt Ion 

95-007511 

95-007539 
Fnbi/yology 



95-007491 
95-007312 
55-007521 
95-007609 
95-OOSOaG 

Epidermis 
95-OB7'.61 

Evolut ioii 
Q5-U0745J 
95-007 ft? 3 
95-00747& 
95-007482 
95-Q074B7 
35-00748B 
55-007501 
95-007510 
95-1107520 
93 -0(175 A 3 
95-007T)44 
93-007602 
95-007920 
95-OOflD66 
9.1-OOB106 
93-008400 



Excretory System 



Eyna 

95-007531 
9S-007526 



95-007707 



9 > -00 aii 

Fin Bays 



95-008222 
Fins 

95-007450 
95-007181 
95-007/184 
95-007485 



9S- 00 7 536 
95-007920 
95-OOB076 
95-008^83 

(*ooda/Fcill 
95-007470 
95-007535 
95-OQS215 

General 
93-007'i5B 
95-00750^1 
95 -007520 
95-007501 
95-007835 
95-009013 



, . .CONTINUED... 
Morphology 
Gill Rakers 

95-007535 
Gills 
95-007250 
95-007'.67 
95-007480 
35-007598 
95-007777 
95-007788 
95-008704 
95-00895'. 
95-008989 
flonartatropin 

95-007821 
Gouads 
95-007455 
95-007496 
95-007503 
95-007516 
95-007630 
95-007673 
95-007802 
95-007875 
95-OOB142 
05-008145 
95-008789 
95-009119 
Hatchery/Wild Populations 

95-0075'.! 
Head 

95-007477 
Heart 

95-007476 

Hcmatology 

95-008444 

Henna phrotUt ism 

95-OQ7'i55 

95-009119 

Histology 

95-007302 

95-007483 

95-007495 

95-007527 

95-007530 

95-008922 

95-008954 

Hybridization 

95-009604 
Hypo thai araic-llypophysial System 

95-007533 
Immune Response 
95-0077/.3 

95-008444 
Integument 

95-007530 
Jaws 

95-007456 

95-007470 

95-007534 

95-008452 
Kidneys 

95-007530 

95-0075S8 

95-008890 
Larval Identification 

95-007512 
Lateral Line Syatem 

95-007476 
Liver 

95-008938 
Lymphocytes 

95-007533 



TR 40(4) 



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SUBJECT INDKX 



. ..CONTINUE!). .. 
Morphology 

Magnetic Resonance 

95-0075U2 
Ha tu rat inn 
95-008131 
Helano-raiicrophages 

95-OOBW. 

Melanophorcs 

95-007461 

95-009(119 

Mfirlstic Studies 

95-007512 

95-008317 

95-OOB37H 

95-000379 

95-008389 

95-008390 

95-008401 

95-00840'. 

95-008405 

95-008414 
Morpheme try 

95-007113 

95-007460 

95-007463 

95-007464 

95-007473 

95-007488 

95-0074B9 

95-007494 

95-007502 

95-007524 

95-007531 

95-007537 

95-00754't 

95-007546 

95-008009 

95-008070 

95-008076 

95-008317 

95-OOB379 

95-008389 
95-OOQ390 
95-008399 
95-008404 
95-009604 
Mouth Parts 
95-007534 
95-007865 
93-QOBQ66 
95-000394 
Mouth Size 
95-007477 
Musculature 
95-007144 
95-007470 
95-007478 
95-007479 
95-007480 
95-007484 
95-007486 
95-007490 
93-007491 
95-007498 
95-007499 
95-007519 
95-007534 
95-007540 
95-007542 
95-007616 
95-00764Z 
Nervous System 
95-007471 



.CONTINUED. 



95-007507 

( ). 1 i-()07f>42 
(Jupl lal Tnliuri' LIIH 

95-007'iOa 
Olf fit; tl cm 

93-OU7500 

93-007.')<)7 

95-0075 I L 



95-007X6/1 



9S-007'ifi:i 
')r.-007'iH7 
'J5-()07/i'Jfl 
95-0075.10 



9f)-0(17ir.-'i 
95-0079S:) 
')5-(IOHOfi'J 
')5-omi7fi 
9r>-OOflOHfi 



OI.olll.llH 

93-007'ifiO 
95-007'ififl 
9;i-()07',74 
93-007497 
<>. r )-0075i:i 
9rj-()l)7. r ]J2 
9r)-007.'i:iH 



95-OH r )H() 



'lYiin.'irni 



l'nin;i-uuLLi: 

95-0077'.:) 
Parr-Mimili 

9.1-00750(1 
I'linflDtiyt.uMl 

'JD-007BS5 
l'lit)|{)r(!<;[)t. 

95-007517 



95-007'ifil 
lUtuKni-y UUnnl 

US-D0774J 

95-007HMI 
Predator /1'risy K 

95-OOB017 
Iloproductlou 

95-007481 



FR 40(4) 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



-CONTINUED. . . 
t-phology 
K-opioducUoi! 
93-007673 
95- 008142 
Reproductive System 

9.5-00746G 

Respiratory System 
55-007602 
95-007777 
Radlet Cells 

95-007527 

Scales 

95-0071*51 

95-007460 

95-O07525 

95-00839*) 

95-008405 

Sense Ocgans 

95-007511 

95-007530 

95-008045 

Sesiiial Dimorphism 

95-007462 

95-CQT477 

95-007309 

Species Identification 

95-008403 
Spe rra 
95-007200 
95-007452 
95-007503 
95-007591 
Sp lues 
95-007615 
95-009313 
Sterility 

95-00911") 

Stock Identification 
95-OD95G4 
95-000604 
Svfimblaildcr 
95-007264 
95-007161 
Swiimiing Performance 



95-0074B5 

95-007^86 

95-0076MO 

95-007519 

95-007542 

95-007642 

95-008076 
Taxonomy 

95-007526 
Techniques /Variation Studies 

95-007544 
Teeth 



95-008394 

95-OOB305 
Ttiberculatian 

95-OU7505 
Urinary D ladder 

90-007602 
Variation Studios 

95-007457 



95-007*175 
93-007497 
95-007508 
95-007534 



.. .CONTINUED. .. 
Morphology 

Variation Studies 
95-007537 
95-007544 
95-007920 
95-007934 
95-007992 
95-OOB009 
95-008069 
95-OOB070 
95-OOU077 
95-U08383 
95-008394 
95-008395 
95-OOB401 
95-OOB408 
95-00870^ 
95-009604 
Venom Gland 

95-007615 
Vertebral Counts 

95-007961 

Vision 

95-007521 

95-007707 

Natural History 

Abundance/Factors of 
95-008091 
95-008182 
95-008209 
95-008225 
95-008350 
95-OOS335 
95-008341 
95-008352 
95-OOB359 
95-008372 
95-009324 
95-009407 
95-009448 
Abundance/ Seasonal 
95-008346 
95-008358 
Activity Patterns 
95-008016 
95-008094 
95-008159 
95-008173 
95-008186 
95-008212 
95-008234 
95-008251 
Age /Growth 
95-007092 
95-007192 
95-007451 
95-007502 
95-007532 
95-007924 
95-008067 
95-008072 
95-008075 
95-OOB076 
95-008077 
95-008084 
95-008085 
95-008087 
95-008090 
95-008091 
95-008092 
95-008095 
95-008098 



FR 10(4) 



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1995 



SUIUKCT INDJiX 



...CONTINUKD... 

Natural History 

A([ii/ Grow th 

95-000103 

95-00810't 

95-008107 

95-008109 

95-008X12 

95-000118 

95-008120 

95-008121 

95-008122 

95-000136 

95-0081.19 

05-0081'i3 

95-008132 

95-008191 

95-008202 

95-OOB21fi 

95-008223 

95-008247 

95-00(125') 

95-00027'. 

95-008275 

95-0(18279 

95-OOH280 

95-0011281 

93-008282 

95-009383 

95-008287 

95-008288 

95-OOS290 

95-OQfl29l 

93-OOB292 

95-008293 

95- 00629 't 

95-00(1296 

93-008297 

95-000299 

95-OOB30J 

95 -008311 
95-00(13 If) 
93-008368 
95-008981) 
95-009029 
95-01)9047 
95-009099 
95-009172 
95-009181 
95-009J97 
95-009207 
95-009267 
95-00932H 
55-009396 
95 -00')'. 17 
95-0(mi9 
95-009438 
95-009498 
95-00-03'.] 

Ane/[,cnRUi Compos Ll. Ion 
95-00(1097 
93-00-B110 
95-00(3162 
95-00(1284 
95-008286 
95-008312 




95-007502 
95-OOBQ2B 
95-008067 
95-009002 
95-005084 



-011(12.1 1 



FR 40(4) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



..CONTIMJED... 
atural )[i s tory 
Bird Freda Lion 

95-008263 

95-0013264 

95-DOB265 

95-OOH266 

Q5-OQI1267 

95-OOB2GB 



95-009273 
95-00806H 
95-0119290 
Cannibal ism 



95-OOHL03 
95-I10B201 
95-OCJ92HH 
Colmil zat Ion 



95-009520 
95-009601} 

Coloriil. Ion 
95-008078 

Coni|U!l. 1 1. Ion 



05-008361) 
95-009ai7 
95-009270 



Comli tlan 
95-007102 
95-OOBOfl'. 



95-OOSJ03 



Court, stilt 1 



Q5-OQH271 



Distrlbiilton/l'actors o 
Orj-OU75'.3 
93-007BH1 

55-OOBUQ5 
95-008159 



95-009179 
93-008297 
95-QDB319 
95-OOB323 
95-008320 



. . .CONTINUED, .. 
Natural History 

Distribution/Factors of 
95-008331 
95-00833'. 
95-008335 
95-009338 
95-008341 
95-008343 
95-008352 
95-008353 
95-008356 
95-008357 
95-008391 
95-009033 
95-009076 
95-009L26 
95-009409 
95-009414 
95-009^51 
95-009538 

Distribution /Geographical 
95-007234 
95-007518 
55-008070 
95-008091 
55-008316 
95-008317 
95-008319 
95-008326 
95-OOB338 
95-008340 
95-008347 
95-008348 
95-008350 
95-OOS354 
95-008355 
95-008356 
95-OOB404 
95-008414 
95-009449 

Distribution /Seasonal 
95-OOB095 
95-008097 
95-008162 
95-008164 
95-008167 
95-008170 
95-008209 
95-00828& 
95-008338 
95-008415 
95-009427 
95-009445 
95-009452 
95-009515 
95-009530 
95-00954H 
95-009595 
Distribution/Vertical 

95-008156 
95-008157 
95-006161 
95-008177 
95-008106 
95-008269 
Early Development 
95-007100 
95-007257 
95-008071 
95-OOBOB1 
95-008092 
95-OOS093 



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1995 



SUnJKCT INDKX 



...CONTINUED.,. 
Natural History 
Early Di'velopni 




95-008156 
95-008158 
95-008161 
95-008164 
95-008171 
95-000177 
95-008193 
95-008208 
95-00(1232 

os-onaz'to 

95-008241 

95 -00 B2'i 2 

95-008254 

95-008260 

95-OOH261 

95-008274 

95-000282 

95-008291 

95-008360 

95-008368 

95-008371 

95-008776 

95-009312 

95-009350 

95-009395 

95-009402 

95-009420 

95-009427 

95-009'i30 

95-009443 

95-009443 

95-009469 
Ecological Aniily>ilK 

95-008271 
EBB Drift 

95-008176 
Egg PrednUan 

95-008055 

05-008192 

95-000:)59 
95-008365 

EBB size 

95-0011136 
Egg Survivnl 

95-008056 

95-000127 

95-001)154 

95-000359 
Efigs 

95-007257 

95-007272 

95-00(1095 

95-008132 

95-OOHl'il 

95-008147 

05-ODQ149 

95-008164 
Embryology 

95-000135 

95-OOBM7 

95-008359 
Escapement 

95-008112 

95-008120 

95-000396 
Evolution 

95-007510 
95-007919 





Fit 40(4) 346 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. ,. CONTINUED. . . 

Natural |[i story 

Foods/Feeding 



95-003195 
95-OOB.19B 
95-00919") 
95-008201 
95-008203 



95-QQB205 



95-OQS208 
95-009209 
95-008212 
95-OQB213 
95-00821'. 
95-008215 
95-CO62K) 
95-OOS222 
95-008223 
95-00322* 
95-OQB22B 
95-OQB229 
95-008230 
95-008231 
95-OOB232: 
95-GO&23!! 
95.-G08234 



95-OOB236 
95-008210 
95-OQ8241 
95-008242 
95-009245 
9-5-006247 
93-OOB2*i6 
95-OOS249 
95-008254 
95-OG925IJ 
95-008259 



95-0082(01 
95-OOB272 



55-008301 



95-0(18366 



95-CO8371 
95-O08-15Q 
95-003822 



95-009012 
95- 0090 BG 
95-0002 IT 
95-OO9225 
95-003512 
95-005320 



95-009426 

95-009'tJa 



95-009480 
95-009496 
95-009544 
95-009562 
General 
95-008099 



95-009067 
Gonads 
95-008131 



. . .CONTINUED. . , 
Natural History 
Gonads 

95-008143 
Gonosorantic Index 
95-OOB103 
95-00814 1, 
Habitat Selection 
95-007476 
95-OOS022 
95-008032 
95-008078 
95-OQB09B 
95-008101 
95-OOQlOd 
95-008106 
95-008118 
95-008123 
95-008146 
95-008163 
95-008165 
95-009168 
95-008172 
95-000179 
95-009215 
95-008224 
95-008230 
95-00823', 
95-008236 
95-008272 
95-008329 
95-008334 
95-008335 
95-008342 
95-008353 
95-008372 
95-008555 
95-008762 
95-008844 
95-009078 
95-009080 
95-009314 
95-009317 
95-0093 1Q 
95-009328 
95-009350 
95-009358 
95-009371 
95-009390 
95-009395 
95-009408 
95-009409 
95-009414 
95-009',20 
95-009437 
95-009451 
95-009515 
95-009600 
Hatchery /Wild Populations 

95-OOB353 
Hatching 
95-007523 
95-008147 
95-008149 
95-008874 
Hermaphrodilism 
95-008046 
95-008145 
History 
95-008386 
95-008396 
Hybridization 
95-007905 



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SUIUECT INDEX 



ii.itiiral History 
llyi'i hllzal.ion 
95-009324 
IchLhyoplankton 
95-008093 

Int.firspijcles Relationships 
93-007969 
95-006022 
95-008055 
95-008073 
95-008110 
95-008137 
95-008306 
95-008313 
95-00822! 
95-008223 
95-00822''. 
95-OOB242 
95-OOH270 
95-008365 
95-008762 
95-009314 
95-009426 

Intraspecies Relationships 
95-007983 
95-008154 
95-008192 
95-009290 

Invertebrate PredatJon 
95-008252 
95-008262 

Landlocked Populations 
95-008411 
Larval Behavior 
95-008095 
Larval Drift 
95-008093 
95-008176 
95-008208 
95-008346 
95-009445 
95-009469 

Larval Identification 
95-008385 

Length Frequencies 
95-008072 
95-QQ80H2 
95-008090 
95-008114 
95-008115 
95-008J71 
95-008275 
95-008283 
95-008284 
95-008299 
95-009029 
95-009288 
95-009452 
95-009479 
95-009498 
95-009510 
95-009576 

Length-Weight Relationships 
95-007502 
95-008085 
95-008090 
95-008096 
95-008098 
95-008104 
95-008107 
95-008152 
95-QOS2I6 



.. .CONTINUED, . . 

Natural |[|<*iai y 
Lon K Lh-U(>lRln 
95 -00112 7f, 
95-UOB27H 
95- 



95-(H)fi:IO 
95-00830.1 



95-01>f):uifi 
93-0083 IK 



Mfe llist.i 
95-Of)()L(l,' 



'JS-00'J/i lf 



95-OOH25I) 



Hsito SRlt>i:l 

95-OftHOHH 
Hjil.ui-iil.Lou 



9S-OOB090 
05-OIM)HH 
9. r >-(10BlH/ 



95-OOH2J10 
95-0082*16 
95-000292 



95-00827'. 



95-0003:! <; 
95-00'jJlB 
Ml(!riit.lini 
9S- 008 15.1 
9D-l>OHl!iH 
93-008162 
95-OHfllfif. 
95-OOH167 
95-00817'* 

95-ooana 

95-OOaiHO 



93-009101 
9S -00920*1 
95-009317 
95-009:1.1] 



9S-Q09S95 



95-00910H 
Mortality K 
95-007092 
95-008125 
95 -00 82.11 
95-00&2G7 
95-OOB365 
95-008770 



95-009^29 



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. . -CONTINUE!}.. . 
iitura! History 
Mortality Rotes 
95-009236 
95-OOS26B 
95-006293 
95-ODG9fl9 
95-009288 
95-009476 
Movements 
95-GDB109 
M-QQB11B 
95-009156 
95-089157 
95-00(3163 
95-008166 
95-008169 
95-008170 
95-OQB172 
95-OOB175 
95-008179 

95-009153 

95-009237 
95-009417 

95-009452 

95-00953B 

95-009600 
Museum Collections 

95 -00 84 12 
Natural Selection 

95-007509 
Hosts /Westing 

95-007257 

95-008028 

95-00&032 

95-GDH04G 

95-OQ&123 

95-008125 

95-008137 

95-008154 

95-008282 

95-008365 
Niche Overlaps 

95-008199 

95-COfl216 

95-QOS229 

95-008261 

95-006272 

95-00633'i 

95-009420 
Nucaery Areas 



95-009371 

95-009395 

95-009443 
Or Lnn tat ion /Homing 

95-OD7932 

95-009203 
OvcrwinterinB 

95-007B81 

93-G08057 

95-008170 

95-008364 

95-Q09207 
Paleontology 

95-OOBOB9 

95-006340 

95-008356 

95-0083^0 

95-008361 
Parr-Smolt Trans fonnatton 

P5-C07131* 

95-007963 



. . .CONTINUED... 
Natural History 

Parr-Smolt Transfomiatlon 

05-009181 
Population Studies 
95-008109 
95-008110 
95-008111 
95-008115 
95-008119 
95-008120 
95-008125 
95-008130 
95-008163 
95-008214 
95-008222 
95-008235 
95-OOB245 
95-008246 
95-OOB2't9 
95-008325 
95-008342 
95-008354 
95-008372 
95-008415 
95-009156 
95-009270 
95-009363 
95-009515 
95-009526 

Predator/Prey HelationshipE 
95-008017 
95-008069 
95-008071 
95-008076 
95-008110 
95-OOB173 
95-008181 
95-008197 
95-008202 
95-008238 
95-008242 
95-008245 
95-008247 
95-008250 
95-008253 
95-008258 
95-008264 
95-008265 
95-008267 
95-008268 
95-008269 
95-008270 
95-008271 
95-008275 
95-008968 
95-009290 
95-009499 
95-009562 
Production 
95-008075 
95-008122 
95-008196 
95-008246 
Recruitment 
95-008114 
95-008116 
95-008119 
95-008121 
95-006126 
95-009152 
95-008214 
95-008315 



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SUBJKCT INDEX 



...CONTINUED.. . 
Natural History 
Recruitment 
95-009361 
95-009419 
95-009430 
95-009520 
Reproduction 
95-007179 
95-00723', 
95-007272 
95-007370 
95-007919 
95-OD7964 
95-008028 
95-008Q&7 
95-008069 
95-006072 
95-008084 
95-008090 
95-OOa091 
95-008094 
95-008096 
95-008098 
95-008103 
95-008116 
95-008123 
95-009127 
95-00812B 
95-008132 
95-008137 
95-008141 
95-008142 
95-008147 
95-008149 
95-ODB151 
95-008152 
95-008153 
95-008154 
95-008303 
95-009050 
95-009266 
95-009452 
95-009479 

He product Ive Cycle 
95-008126 
95-008129 
95-008131 
95-008135 
95-OOfll4(. 
95-QOB15X 
95-QOB154 
95-008687 
95-009090 
95-009260 
95-00954't 
Sex Ratios 
95-008082 
95-008090 
95-OQaiO/. 
95-OOB107 
95-008135 
95-Q08U3 
95-008151 
95-009451 
Sex Reversal 
95-008145 
Spawning 
95-007257 
95-007272 
95-007905 
95-007947 
95-008035 



. .CONTINUED. . . 
il turn I III story 
Spawning 

95-008046 

95-009055 

95-OOBO&2 

95-00807B 

95-ooaoai 

95-008007 

95-008094 

95-008095 

95-008101 

95-008104 

95-008107 

95-008123 

95-000124 

95-008l2(i 

95-008127 

95-00812R 

95-008131 

95-008132 

93-008 1S8 

95-0081'.! 

95-0081'rl 

95-0081' ( 6 

95-0061/1? 

95-0081'tO 

95-008152 

95-0(18153 

95-OOQl.Vt 

95-008172 

95-008177 

95-009266 

95-0093:17 

95-009371 

95-009529 

95-0095.99 
Spawning Mlgral.ltm 

95-007717 

95-0077FI<) 

95-007932 

95-009087 

95-008(197 

95-008125 

95-008130 

95-008134 

95-008174 

95-0081RO 

95-008360 

95-00934C 
Spacialioii 

95-008'ill 
Species DlveraHy 

95-008331 

95-008357 

95-008391 



95-009076 
95-009126 
95-009363 

Starvation 
95-009430 

Stock Asutss 
95-0079/t? 
95-00809'. 
95-008095 
95-008097 
95-00809H 
95-0081L'i 
95-008115 
95-008280 
95-009156 
95-009250 



FR 40(4) 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.CONTINUEll. . . 
lmrtl 111 story 
Sttink [(.lent. 1 ["lea Lion 
05-007970 



Survival 



95-noaiTi 

95-0092B7 

9^-009306 



tiyr.ililos.lfi 
'J-i-UOHO'i 
[TJ-OUH07 

Taxonomy 



OS-OOfllH7 
95-OOF!lBlt 
"JS-OHBll^ 
95-OO0196 



0. r j-OtlH'i3!J 
)^-H08BI7 
95-009012 



95-0119431 



S tint LOB 



Q5-(JOHOtl2 
95-OOBOBB 



95-OOH136 
95-OOB21f) 
95-OOB2-TG 
qS-Ofl2r)0 
95-006275 



. . .CONTINUED. . , 
Natural History 
Variation Studies 

95-008830 
Viviparily 
95-007272 
Q5-007919 
Yio 1(1 
95-OOB2. r )8 
93-009290 
Zoogeography 
95-007537 
95-007963 
05-OOB316 
95-008321 
95-008329 
95-QOQ331 
95-008357 
95-008377 
95-OOB391 
95-008400 



95-008'.03 
95-008410 
95-009076 
95-0095'.'! 
Zooplankton 

95-009257 
Oceanography 
Currents 
95-007', 47 
95-007448 
Nutrients 

95-007446 
Ocean Fronts 

95-009122 
Oxygen 
95-007446 
95-007447 
95-007448 
Plankton 

95-008208 
Primary Production 
95-009440 
Salinity 
95-007446 
95-007447 
95-007448 
Sediment 

95-007448 
Stratification 

95-007447 
Temperature 

95-007446 

Trophic Relationships 
95-007446 
95-009440 
Parasites/Diseases 
Abnormalities 
95-0087S2 
95-008835 
95-008850 
Acanthobothrium 

95-008818 
Acanthocephala 
95-008233 
95-008437 
95-008461 
95-008760 
Aeromonas 
95-008528 
95-008612 

Age/Sex Relationships 
95-008817 



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351 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Algiil IHooas 

95~OQH7i)fi 
Algal Infectious 

95-008432 

95-008630 

05-008633 
Arnehiasis 

95-008425 
Anemia 

95-006434 

95-006442 

95-008635 

95-008725 

95-008763 

95-008936 
Anthelnintlilcs 

95-008455 

95-008475 

95-008477 

95-008904 
Antibiotics 

95-0071B1 

95-008419 

95-008438 

95-008455 

95-008475 

95-008477 

95-008499 

95-008511 

95-008512 

95-008522 

95-008524 

95-008545 

95-008550 

95-008551 

95-006562 

95-008566 

95-008582 

95-008612 

95-008621 

95-OOHB12 

95-008886 

95-008976 
Antibodies 

95-007625 

95-007701 

95-007702 

95-007809 

95-008483 

95-008484 

95-008502 

95-008505 

95-008526 

95-008537 

95-008571 

95-008595 

95-008614 

95-008690 

95-008735 

95-008742 

95-008748 

95-008800 
Antigens 

95-007790 

95-008510 

95-008515 

95-008526 

95-008561 

95-008568 

95-008590 

95-008605 



. . . CONTINUED . . , 
Paraaites/lllseaai'N 
Antigens 

95-008710 

95-008713 

95-008750 

95-009000 
Aquareovl t us 

95-01)971 1 

95-OQ-H72O 

95-OQH7/13 
Auranliiict.f nciuiym 

95-OOUO't I 
Bacterial I)J apiMf 

95-007121 

95-0071B1 

95-0071H7 

95-00759.1 
95-007702 
95-0<178C)4 



95-007') 'iH 
95-007997 
95-OOH42S 
95- 00 H.' ( 22 
95-008'i3 I 



95-008/1115 
95-008/1 W. 
95-008/ ( 3a 
95-ODfl/i37 
95-QOO/i G.'i 
95-QO(l/i7l 
95-OOU't7. r . 
J5-OOB(iH:i 
95-0(llt'tn'i 



95-OOfl'iafi 



95-OOJ!/iflfl 
95 -008/1 ft9 
95-OOfl/i'Jfl 
95-008/13! 
95-008/1^2 



95 -008 49. r > 
95-008490 



95 -008 49 H 
95-006ft'J<> 
93-OOH5(J(l 
95-00(1501 
95-006502 
95-OOfl!i01 
95-001150'. 
95-OOB. 1 iOT> 
95 -00 fl 50 ft 
95-006507 
95-OOtl!iOFi 
95-OOB509 
95-000510 
9S-OOB5U 
95-008512 
95-OOH.SU 
9S-OQBM4 
95-OOB515 
95-0085 If. 
95-008317 
95-OOG318 
95-008319 
95-008520 



FR 



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,, .CONTINUED, . . 
ParasUesfDlsensas 
Bacterial Dig ens 

95-OOH522 

95-0(13523 

95-008525 

95-008526 

95-OOB527 

95-008528 

95-008329 

95-008530 

95-000531 

95-008533 

95-OQH5.33 

95-QOf)33'i 

95-ODH535 

95-008536 

95-QOB5117 



. . .CONTINUED, . . 
Parasites /Diseases 
Bacterial Diseases 



95-1)08539 
95-OOB540 
95-00115 'il 



95-OOflli''t<I 



95-OOB55J 
9S-OQ85D'* 
95 - 001)5 TJ& 



95-008559 
95-OOB5GO 
95-001)561 

95-DOH563 



95-00(3366 
55 -00 fl!i 67 



OS- 000569 

a5-008570 

95-008571 

gr-QOB572 

95-008573 

95-OOG57'* 

95-008575 

95-00 B376 

95-008577 

93-DOB57H 

9f>-n08579 

95-00 B5DO 

95-00(1581 

g5 -000582 

95- 00 8583 

55-00858') 

95-OOB3B5 

95-008586 

95-OOB587 



>5-OOB5B9 
95-008500 
95-OOB591 
95-008592 
95-008593 



95-008595 
U5-OOS596 
95-008596 
95-008599 
95-008600 
95-008601 
95-008602 
95-008603 
95-G086Q4 
95-008605 
95-008606 
95-008607 
95-008608 
95-008609 
95-008610 
95-000611 
95-008612 
95-008613 
95-00861'. 
95-008615 
95-008616 
95-008617 
95-008618 
95-008619 
95-008620 
95-008621 
95-008636 
95-008886 
95-OOBB89 
95-008893 
95-008933 
95-008973 
95-008976 

Bacterial Gill Disease 
95-008'i53 
95-008591 

Bacterial Kidney Disease 
95-007948 
95-008510 
95-008523 
95-000559 
95-008591 
95-008893 
Bactericldes 
95-008475 
95-008506 
95-008540 
95-008563 
95-008577 
95-008582 
95-008619 
Bacteriophagea 
95-007702 
95-007812 
95-007873 
95-008656 

Biological Indicators 

95-007971 

95-008927 

95-008956 

Branchiura 

95-008'i60 

Calculosis 

95-007495 

95-008H1 

Cataracts 

93-008924 

Cell Culture 

95-008656 



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SUBJECT INDEX 




95-005826 
55-008837 

Channel Catfish Reovinis 
95-008752 
95-008758 

r.hloramnes 

95-008665 
Chloraaphenicol 

95-008550 

95-008582 
Chiin Salmon Virus 

95-008716 

95-008725 
Ciliates 

95-008425 

95-008663 

95-008671 
Coelenterates 

95-008460 

95-OQ8SOB 
ColiL-nnaris Disease 

95-008573 

95-008607 
ConpuLer Applications 

95-007691 
Coppnr 
95-007848 

Culture /Propagation 
95-007138 
95-007181 
95-007187 
9S-OQ842H 
95-008425 
95-008432 
95-008433 
95-008437 
95-008446 
95-008455 
95-006458 
95-008470 
95-008475 
95-008485 
95-008511 
95-OU85H 
95-OQ8522 
95-008545 
95-008573 
95-008591 
95-008599 
95-008600 
95-008615 
95-008624. 
95-008629 
95-008630 
95-008631 



Paraai tos/Dl 

Culture/l'i 

95-OOfSOni 

95-01)8655 

9-5-008671 
95-OOB?(i:i 
95-OOH70H 



: IHIJI 



Diagnos 1 3 r 
95-007179 



95-007631 
95-0078(1 <i 



95- OOB'i 1. r i 
95-HOfl'tiif- 



95-00846.'! 



95-008^,71 



93-OOQfcOi'. 
Q5-00(Ki'J7 
95-008507 
95-0085 U) 
95-000521 
93-008531 
95 -00 8 53 f ( 
95-008S53 
95-OOB573 
95-008386 
95-00959fi 



95-OOB002 
95-008618 
95-008630 
95-008638 
95-008662 



95-0086H5 
95-008692 
95 - 00 B 695 
95-OOS69IJ 
95-000699 
95-OOQ702 
95-QOH707 
95-00871/i 
95-OOS727 
95-OOB731 
95-008732 
95-0087/15 
95 --0087(19 
95 -00 H 753 
95-009565 
95-00957'. 
Diatoms 

95-008706 
DictionHrlcs 

95-008470 
Digenaa 
95-008 Wi 
95-OOfl'.37 



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354 



SUBJECT INDEX 



..CONTINUED. . . 

arasltRS/Dis(?a 
Digetioa 
95 -008', 60 
95-00 (5461 
95-006473 
95-QQ&759 
95-008762 



95-0038(12 
Disease Control 
95-007128 
95-007L31 

55-007138 
95-01)7-129. 
95.-G08427 



95-1108436 
95-OUH439 
95 -0(1 fi <.V, 



95-(10H'i79 
95-OOB'iai 
95-000^82 



95-008. 3 11 
95-001*522 



95-OOH7DO 



Disease Importation 
95-0031^7 
95-009^36 



05-0(1 H/i62 



95-0073IH 



95-01*7702 
9!i-fl(17Q!J& 
95-0(17997 
Ofi-DUH'tfi!) 
3:i-Ol150U 

9r)-(KiBrj 12 

95-UOril3 

55-naa522 

95-DQB563 
9'i-OD8572 

9S-00857H 
95-008580 



95-OOB596 
95-OQB635 
95-OOB619 
95-006663 
95-008677 
<J5-008679 
95-008687 



. . .CONTINUED... 
Parasitus/Difiectsus 

Disease Snaceptlbi Illy 
95-00870'i 
95-008793 
95-OOB803 
55-008933 
Disinfection 

95-008700 
Drug Clearance 

95-000566 
Drug Resistance 
95-007121 
95-00852ii 
95-008550 
95-008351 
95-008608 
Ectoparasites 
95-008425 
95-008433 
95-008447 
05-008459 
95-008473 
95-008761 
95-008817 
Edema 
95-007302 
95-008812 
Eggs 

95-008629 
Endoparasites 
95-008447 
95-008459 
95-008760 
95-008830 
95-008835 
Enteric Hedmoutti Disease 

95-008591 
Enteric Septlcemia 

95-000607 
Epidermal Lesions 
95-008503 
95-008712 
Epitheliocystis 

95-008573 

Epizootic Epltlieliotropic 
Disease 
95-008702 
95-008725 

Epizootic Haematopoietic 
Necrosis 
95-008701 
95-008727 

Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome 
95-008464 
95-008627 
95-008960 

Erythrocytic Inclusion Body 
Syndrome 
95-008725 
95-008740 
95-008744 
Erythroderraatitis 

95-007804 

Erythromycin 

95-000566 

95-008567 

Eubacterial Meningitis 

95-008573 

Fish Kills 

95-008860 

FlorEenicol 

95-008522 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



..CONTINUED... 

Parasites/Diseases 

Florfeiilcol 

95-008543 

95-OOB575 

Flumeqtilne 

95-007867 

95-008522 

95-OOH5G2 

95-008612 

Formaldehyde 

95-006783 
Formalin 
95-QOB629 
95-008644 
95-OOB665 
95-008772 
Fungal Diseases 
95-007180 
95-OOB431 
95-008432 
95-008448 
95-008452 
95-00&465 
95-008622 
95-008623 
95-008624 
95-008625 
95-008627 
95-008628 
95-008629 
95-008630 
95-008631 
95-008632 
95-008633 
95-008634 
95-008907 
Fungicides 
95-008529 
Furunculosis 
95-008485 
95-008530 
95-008573 
95-008591 
Gas Bubble Disease 

95-007303 
General 
95-008438 
95-008445 
95-OD8467 
95-008470 
95-009555 
Ceiitanicin 
95-0008H& 
95-008976 
Gill Diseases 
95-008665 
95-008803 
Gill Hyperplasla 

95-007250 
Gill Necrosis 
95-007250 
95-008723 
95-008786 
GUI Parasites 
95-008771 
95-008801 
Golden Shiner Virus 

95-008723 
Handbooks 
95-008470 



CONTINUED, 

arasites/Dis 

Helminths 

95-008223 

95-0084?', 

95-OOB425 



95-OQfi43.1 
9S-OOBM7 



95-008'7 r j 
95-(IOH/f lH 
95-008777 
95-OU87HII 
93-008784 
93-OOB7IIS 
95-OOH799 
95-OOfiGli 
95 - 00002.') 
95-008H:K) 



95-007849 
95-008432 
95-008429 
95-008*711 
95-OOJ147U 
95-000708 



Hepatic l-usliins 
95-008466 
95-008823 
95-000850 
95-0013942 
95-008956 
95-009005 
95-009006 
Hepatic Li|)HldiKi f < 

95-008977 
Hepatic Ncu|)la<hii:i 
95-00846fi 
95-006792 
95-OOflfl6H 

95-008CB9 
95-008755 
95-000756 
95-008757 
Histology 

95-008652 
Hookina/Hanil] inn .Si 

95-007101 
IchthyoulioniLH 0| Hr,- 1 

95-006624 
Innuno Ra.spoiisii' 

95-007553 

95-007565 

95-0075Bf, 

95-007635 

95-007674 

95-007701 

95-007702 

95-007746 
95-007790 
95-007809 
95-007812 
95-007320 
95-007973 
95-007967 



FR 40(4) 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



.. .CONTINUED. . . 
Parasites /Diseases 
Jrnru.ne Response 

95-007971 

95-OQ799J 

93-008423 

95-008438 

95-009444 

95-OOB4B3 

95-QOS'ifl8 

95-0(38490 

95-008492 

95-UOB500 

95-OOB502 

95-006505 

95-OOB506 

95-008507 

9&-OQB515 

95-006517 

95-008534 

95-008537 



95-QQ.B54B 
95-OC8549 
95-OOB556 
9-5-Q08557 
95-008561 
95-008568 
95-009579 
95-OOB587 
95-008539 
95-006605 
95-008606 



95-OOB656 
95-OQB690 



95-008^93 
Q5-OOB7IO 
95-008713 
95-008716 
95-OClfl7ia 
95-008751 
Q5-OOB75'. 
95-008756 
95-008800 
95-008813 

95-onaai'i 

95-008816 
95-005826 
Q5-OOG927 
95-0089211 

95-1)08973 
Inmunlzatlon 
05-007552 
95-007790 
95-008423 
95-00843* 
915-008444 



95-QOBA90 
95-008502 
95-0013509 
95-008515 
95-ODB533 
95-OOB33'i 
95-008338 
Q5-OOS5'i8 
95-008556 
95-006557 
95-OOQ561 
95-008508 



. .CONTINUED. . . 

riisi tcs /Diseases 

Ininiiiiizaticin 

95-008579 

95-008567 

95-008588 

95-008593 

95-008690 

95-008716 

95-008718 

95-008751 

95-008759 

Immunoglobulins 

95-007809 

InEcctloiis llcmatopoietic 
Hecrosis 
95-008'.39 
95-008681 
95-008684 
95-008686 
95-008691 
95-O08692 
95-008696 
95-008697 
95-008T03 
95-008704 
95-008710 

95-008713 

95-008715 

95-008716 

95-00871H 

95-008719 

95-008725 

95-008741 

95-008754 
Infectious Pancreatic Necrosis 

95-008683 

95-008695 

95-008700 

95-008705 

95-008709 

95-008714 

95-008721 

95-008725 

95-008745 

95-008748 

95-008749 

95-008753 
Infectious Salmon Anemia 

95-008439 

95-008690 

95-008706 

95-008737 

95-008738 
Iodine 

95-000504 

95-000700 
lodophoca 

95-008504 

95-008700 
Iridoviridae 

95-008701 

95-008732 
Kuchijiro-sho 

95-008721 
Laws/Law Enforcement 

95-008427 

95-008436 

95-008439 

95-008454 

95-008462 

95-008481 
Lee dies 

95-008437 



FB 40(4) 



357 



1993 



SUBJECT INDEX 



I.elorayosarrocnas 

9!i-(K)fl725 
Lft.il mi; 
<)i-U07250 
95-(>07'J!>2 
95-007303 
M- 00 7804 
95-006420 
95-008449 
95-008450 
95-008451 
95-008*66 
95-008472 
95-008498 
95-00353] 
95-008717 
95-008728 
95-008786 
95-008788 
95-008804 
95-008823 
95-008899 
95-008927 
95-009133 
Leukemia 

95-008694 
Lincomycln 
95-008582 
L i porai s 

95-008466 
Liver 

95-008787 

Lymphocystis 

95-008721 

95-008727 

95-008738 

'J5-008746 

95-008747 

I-ynpliosarcomas 

05-008466 
Malachite Green 

95-008455 ' 
Mebeiidazole 

95-008455 

Medication in Diets 
95-007138 
95-008511 
95-008677 
Melano-macrophages 
95-007812 
95-007873 
95-008928 
Mi Lea 

95-008473 
Molluscs 

95-008789 
Mono gene a 
95-008424 
95-008437 
95-008460 
95-008461 
95-008473 
95-008766 
95-008771 
95-008773 
95-008777 
95-008821 
95-008825 



. . CMTJNUKD, . h 

Hort.ii L I Uy I'iirii-.i * 



05-00(3776 
Nnlldlxl<- rt.Mil 



95-007723 
95-00847! 



95-COB',/ I 



U5-ODH7H I 



95-0()H7')7 



95-OOF1HIII 



95-0011449 



95-008722 



95-tloa72V 



95-00877H 
95-OM79B 



95-OOHW1-J 
93-OOfltiO(l 
95-009HO] 
95-OOH902 



95-0090O5 

NiL|-ofL-Llll 

95 -00(i/i lid 

Nutritional 

95-007:141 

95-0073^1 

95-007791 



95-0085/15 

95-008776 
Ochroconis 

95-003620 
Oncorhynchua H.i 

95-000757 
Oxytetrncycl ini.- 

95-ooassa 

95-008502 



40(4) 



33B 



SDIJJKCT INDEX 



...COKTINLED. . - 
Faraslt.es/DlHeHSfi 
Oxyl-eLraeyc Lino 

95-QOB6I2 
Pancreas Diseas 

95-OOB687 

91-0007011 

95-OU8733 

95-00879:1 
I'apiLloiiiEis 

95-008689 

95-006722 

95-008725 

95-OOB72B 

95-01*8052 
Parasitic Algae: 



1'ar.iisil.lc 

95-007281 
15 -QOB.fi 2 4 
95-OOH426 



'I'agglnp, 



95-007 13B 
95-007H4H 



05-OOB62/I 

l^l-ol j Fnrt!vn Cill] nisjuaae 



0.1-UOH642 



'J5-U08671 
rro] LfeniUvn Kidney Diseaao 



9JS-OOflifil 



95-OOBf.Bl 
95-OOG63!) 



. . .COHTlNUEi). , . 
Pa L*asl tea /Diseases 
I'roLoKoan Diseases 
95-000636 
95-OOB637 
05-008638 
95-008639 
95-0086',0 
95-008641 
95-008642 
95-000643 
95-000644 
95-008643 
95-008646 
95-008647 
95-008648 
95-008649 
95-008650 
95-008651 
95-OOB652 
95-008653 
95-008655 
95-008656 
95-008657 
95-008658 
95-008659 
95-009660 
95-008661 
95-008662 
95-008663 
95-008664 
95-008665 
95-008666 
95-008667 
95-008668 
95-008669 
95-008670 
95-008671 
95-008672 
95-008673 
95-008674 
95-008675 
95-008676 
95-008677 
95-008678 
95-008679 
95-008680 
95-008790 
95-008803 
95-008860 
95-00956B 
Pseudo tuberculosis 

95-008522 

Public Health Problems 
95-008421 
95-008532 
95-008539 
95-008822 
Qulnolone 
95-008544 
lied Sore Disease 

95-008573 

Retrovlrus 

95-008688 

95-008707 

95-008727 

Rickettsia 

95-008625 

Salmon Leukemia Virus 

95-008694 
Salmon Lice 

95-008767 
Saprolegniosis 
95-008624 



FR 



359 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Saprolegnlosis 

95-OOH&30 
Sodium Chlnriilo 

95-OOUf,29 
Spring Viraonin 

95-OOB6S4 

95-008723 
Strawberry Dermatitis 

95-1)08725 
Stress 

95-008428 

95-OOS72B 

95-008860 
SulfadimQthoxiue 

95-008<.H2 
Sulfonaniiile 

95-1)08495 
Swimbladder Disease 

95-008624 
Swi rah ladder EcLasia 

95-00880/1 
Synaphobrancli iilac 

95-008765 
Tectm i qu e s / B iopsy 

95-008(171 
Techni(|ues/BlQO(t Sampling 

95-008171 
Techniques /General 

95-008U9 
Tectmiqties/Tissiie Sampling 

95-008471 
TemperaLure 



TetraeycUnc 
95-007B48 

Thermal Shock 
95-008469 

Toxic Algae 
95-007134 
95-008802 
95-008860 

Toxins 
95-008HB3 

Treatment 
95-007128 
95-007324 
95-007380 
95-008425 
95-008438 
95-008477 
95-008480 
95-008495 
95-008499 
95-008511 
95-008543 
95-008544 
95-008551 
95-008566 
95-008575 
95-008.577 
95-008599 
95-008621 
95-008644 
95-000665 
95-008T21 
95-008740 
95-008767 
95-008772 
95-008783 
95-008794 
95-008812 



. . .CONTINUED. , . 
I'arasi tes/Di s eases 
Treatment 

95-008828 

95-003904 

95-00 B9H& 
Treatment Residues 

95-009480 

95-003402 
Trerantoiles 

95-OO7209 

95-007505 

95-007956 

95-003437 

95-008440 

95-OO8460 

95-008473 

95-009759 

95-008762 

95-OO8766 

95-OOS769 

95-008772 

95-008773 



95-008777 

95-008780 

95-0087B3 

95-00879'. 

95-008795 

95-OOBQ06 

95-OOSS111 

95-OOB813 

95-00081'i 

95-008835 

95-008B1& 

95-008S20 

95-008821 

95-009552 

95-009568 
Triraethoprlai 

95-00854'. 
Trypauosomas 

95-008655 
Ulcer Disoasa 

95-008607 

95-008712 
Ulceratlve Ucnnal Nd:itn 

95-008723 
Ulcers 



95-008627 
95-008790 
95-008802 
95-008960 

Ultrasound I 
95-008471 

Vaccination 
95-008421 
95- 0084 3.H 
95-008444 
95-008483 
95-008485 
95-008500 
95-008501 
95-00851*1 
95-008519 
95-0085 /,8 
95-008549 
95-008561 
95-008564 
95-008579 
95-008583 
95-008595 



FR 40(4) 



360 



SUBJECT ItfDEX 



,, CONTINUED. . 
aras 1 tea f DL a p 

Vaccination 
95-000605 
95-QOB&Q6 



95-008751 

95-OOB75B 
VAT! at Ion Studies 

95-008741 
Vector Control 

15-007111 

93-008641 

95-QOHB22 
Vibrio 



Vibriosis 
gji-ooasv. 

Viral Dia 



95-007701 
^-007967 



95-OOBVJ9 

95-OG&453 



95-OOH685 
95-OOBGH6 



W-OOBGBQ 



95-OOS692 
95-008693 



95-(]QB7IKl 
95-OOH701 
35-008702 



<)Tj-GOI!70'i 



95-OOHTOfa 
95-UOU707 
95-00(17011 



9^-000713 
QS-OOBVl'i 



9S-000717 
95-0007113 
95-OOB715 
Q5-QO&720 
35-003721 
95-OOB722 



05-00872'. 
95-OOB725 
95-003726 



95-003728 



.. .CONTINUED. . . 
Parasites/ Diseases 
Viral Diseases 
55- 008729 
95-009730 
95-008731 
95-008732 
95-OOB733 
95-008731 
95-008735 
95-008736 
95-008737 
95-008738 
95-008739 
95-OOB7'.0 
95-008741 
95-008742 
95-008743 
95-0087411 
95-OOB7<i5 
95-008746 
95-OOQ7'.7 
95-00874B 
95-0087'.9 
95-008750 
05-008751 
95-008752 
95-008753 
95-008754 
95-008755 
95-008756 
95-008757 
95-008758 
95-008800 

Viral Hemorrhagic SepLiccmia 
95-008439 
95-008481 
95-008681 
95-008684 
95-008692 
95-008693 
95-008697 
95-008698 
95-008715 
95-008725 
95-008729 
95-OOB751 

Viral Nervous Necrosis 
95-00873'i 
95-008735 
Whirling Disease 
95-008456 
95-008654 
95-008678 
Yamame Tumor Virus 

95-008725 
Physiology 

95-008001 
physiology 

Abnormalities 
95-007722 
Acoustico-Lateralis System 

95-007511 

Adrenergic System 

95-007612 

95-007617 

95-007751 

95-007770 

95-DO?a05 

Aestivation 

95-007726 

AEG I Growth 

95-007225 



FR 



361 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



9.5-00696V 
05-006997 
Age/Sex Relat.loiishlps 



95-110 ?56S 
90-007610 
95-007633 
15-007635 
95-OD7737 
9^-007772 



95-007B30 
95-007657 
95-007901 
55-OOH595 
95-OOH929 
Air Breathi 
y. r >-0n7547 
r ii5-l)07S7fl 
95-007602 
95-007632 
95-0076A1 
95-007726 
K3-007763 
95-007777 
95-007842 
93-OOH008 
Anitio Acids 
95-007335 
94-007689 
95-007859 
95-007960 
AtiiMnia 
95-007269 
95-007306 
95-007623 
9S-007857 
95-007H72 
95-007886 
Anemia 
95-007667 
95-OOB669 
Anesthetics 
95-007579 
95-007599 
95-007750 
95-007776 
95-009581 



95-007553 



40(4) 



Hly.Hlolojjy 
Anoxia 
95-0(17373 
9S -00 7765 



95-t)7H6fi 
Aiit.lb.iotU; 

93-OOSG1H 
Antlhotllrs 

95-U076Z] 

95-007625 



95-007732 
95- 0077 (Hi 
95-00781)9 



95-007B22 



C J5-0()H557 



95-OOBfjnf| 
AnU f 1,-coso 
9. 1 i-(1076H 
15-0(17717 
95-007771 
05-007810 



95-0077S6 
05-007790 
95-007813 
05-008711) 



Ascorbic Aclil 
95-007344 



Hactori.il 
05-00779/1 



95-OOB612 

fine tor loplui 

93-007597 

95-00767') 



95-007S73 



Biochoraical 
OS-0075'.H 
95-00762'', 
95-007638 
95-0076'iG 



93-007822 
OS -007084 



95-0075S2 

95-007006 

95-007652 

95-007727 

95-007738 

95-007765 

95-007767 

03-007*154 
95-007866 
95-007808 
95-008141 
95-008201 
Biolumincaconcc 
95-007803 



362 



SUBJECT INDEX 



,. .CONTINUED. . . 
Physiology 
BlosorpLion 

95-005923 



Jlio transformation 

95-007770 

95-OOHG66 

95-008870 

95-003007 
Itonbesin 

95-007557 
llraiTi 

95-007550 

95-007607 

95-QQ760B 

95-007743 

95-007767 

95-OQ776B 

95-007919 

95-007H3B 

95-008052 
Buoyancy Control 

95-007735 

95-007740 
Calcium 

95-0072',!, 

95-007573 

95-007620 

95-007627 

95-007638 

95-007760 

05-007784 

95-007802 

95-0084'!! 

95-OOBBG2 

95-008965 

95-003010 
Carbohydrate Metabolism 

95-D07278 

95-OH7576 

95-007753 

95-007826 

95-007E138 

95-OOBB9G 

95-QOS9G4 



95-009007 
CarhotiyilratGH 

95-007365 

95-007871 
Cnrlicn DloKiile 

95-007577 

95-007800 

95-0078H5 
Cardiovnaciilar System 

9D-Q074H6 

95-0075'i7 

95-O07553 

95-007560 

9S-007570 

95-0075B3 

95-0075B9 

95-007590 

95-007605 

95-007629 

95-007639 

95-007641 

95-007605 

95-007709 

95-fl07728 

95-007752 

95-007761 



.. .CONTINUED. . , 
Physiology 

Cardiovascular System 

95-00776B 

95-007769 

95-007801 

95-007B27 

95-007833 

95-007860 

95-007863 

95-007874 

95-00843't 
Carnltinc 

95-0077't9 
Carotciioids 

95-0071^4 

95-007393 

95-007633 

95-00770Q 

95-007707 

95-0078'.'. 
Catecholamlnes 

95-007605 

95-007617 

95-007620 

95-007637 

95-007725 

95-007741 

95-007751 

95-007805 

95-007885 
Cell Culture 

95-007692 

95-007733 

95-007757 

95-007779 

95-007B36 

95-007873 

95-008656 

95-008702 

95-008983 
Cell Division 

95-007655 
Chemo re caption 

95-007635 

95-007839 
Chloride Cells 

95-007627 

95-007648 

95-0076')9 

95-007678 

95-007688 

95-007720 
Chlorine 

95-00094'. 
Cholinesterase 

95-008924 
Cliromaffin Cells 

95-007805 
Ciguatera 

95-007615 
Circadian Rhythms 

95-008992 
Collagen 

95-007692 

95-007816 

95-007833 
Coloration 

95-007698 
Computer Applications 

95-007691 
Condition Factors 

95-007614 



FR 



363 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



'J 5- 00784.1 
95-008929 
9V006994 
Copper 
95-007587 
93- 007848 
Cor I i sol 
95-007561 
95-U07569 
95-007637 
95-007696 
9 '.-007776 
95-007781 
95-0078H1 
95-0087fl9 
95-008739 
95-008965 
CryopreservaUon 
95-007176 
95-007653 
Cylochrone 
95-007861 
Cytoclirorae P450 
95-007770 
95-008868 
95-OOS907 
95-008988 
95-00900) 
95-009007 
Cytology 
95-007549 
95-007633 
95-007700 
95-007757 
95-007821 
95-007833 
95-007855 
95-OQH47G 

Diagnostic. Techniques 
95-007654 
95-007668 
95-007732 
95-008476 
Diets 
95-007354 
95-007368 
95-007584 
95-007647 
95-007664 
95-007944 
95-007859 
95-008458 

Digestive Rate 
95-007354 
95-007664 
95-007745 
95-007764 
95-007791 



9-1-008217 



95-QQ7100 
95-007315 
95-007321 
95-007339 
95-007554 
95-007S57 
95-007566 



System 



. . .CQNTINUKO, . 
Ptiya La logy 

l)L|;c.it Ivo Kyslrn 



95-001 7tUl 
9 5 - 



95~tH)lKl\'j 
9. f i-()OH'J-l/ 

D.llli-ilf|] ItilVlli; 

9. r )-Of>/fjV(j" 

OS-OOVHS'i 

95 
DMA 



arly liovn I 

95-Doyr<ji 

9.1-007566 



'J3-0075HH 
9S-00'/609 

95-00702:1 

yrj-ouyfiso 

95-007<ifil 
9. r i-007fj6d 
93-0077:1 ft 



95-t)077i(J 
95-007B11 
95-00 7B5.1 
55 -(10789 'i 



EBB Production 

95-007610 
EBB Qu.iHl.y 
n 95-0095*)] 
'BBS 
93-00727^ 



95-007735 
95 -0077140 
95-007773 
95-OOR1/,! 
ElQCtrlc Fifth 
93-007539 
95-OQ7G45 
9S-0078UI 



95-007847 
93-OOIlB/iB 



95-007675 

95-007766 

33-007fUf) 

95-007882 

Elccti-orsceipilon 

95-007511 

95-007519 

95-007G4S 

Embryology 

95-0074B9 

95-007317 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED, . . 
Physiology 

Embryology 
W-007539 
95-007555 
95-007561 
95-007569 
95-007609 
95-007655 
55-007758 
95-007700 
95-007782 
95-007853 
95-00989B 
95-009980 

Endocrinology 
95-007291 
95-007550 
95-007551 
95-007553 
95-007501 
95-007565 
95-OtJ7fil2 
95-007618 
95-007620 
95-007636 
95 -00764'. 
95-OQ76B7 



95-007716 

95-007725 



95-OQ77W 
95-007753 
95-007774 
93-0077(11 
95-007792 
95-007793 
95-007U02 
95-007077 
95-007fl7B 
95-007953 
95-00799(1 



95-008827 
Enzymes 
95-01)7339 
95-007555 
95-00758*1 
95-OD7656 
95-007660 
95-007663 
95-007679 
95-007*04 
95-007686 
05 -007 70 it 
95-007717 
95-007730 
95-007731 
95-0077'i3 
95-007M5 
9!i-007770 
9S-0077G5 
95-Q07B11 
95-007826 
95-0078'i5 
95-00789'! 
95-007922 
95-007927 
95-007935 
95-008932 



95-0069^8 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Physiology 
Enzymi!H 

95-008949 

95-008966 

95-008979 

95-008996 

95-009003 
Estradiol 

95-007640 

95-007725 
Evolution 

95-007768 

95-007832 

95-007878 

95-007893 

95-007B95 

95-007949 
Excretory System 

95-007306 

95-007573 

95-007607 

95-007712 

95-007744 

95-007857 

95-007872 

95-007886 

95-007887 
Exercise 

95-008000 
Eyes 

95-007521 

95-007613 

95-007670 

95-007707 

95-007782 

95-007803 

95-007829 

95-007883 

95-007893 

95-007895 

95-007949 

95-008924 
Fatty Acids 

95-007277 

95-007312 

95-007332 

95-007357 

95-007564 

95-007594 

95-007624 

95-007656 

95-007663 

95-007693 

95-007706 

95-007717 

95-007719 

95-007789 

95-007826 

95-007843 

95-007B62 

95-007876 

95-007880 

95-007898 
Fecundity 

95-008142 
Fertilization 

95-007300 

95-007591 
Fins 

95-007484 
Food Conversion Efficiency 

95-007244 



FK 40(4) 



365 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. ..CONTINUED... 
Physiology 

Kood (.'Olivers ion EFTic-iftncy 
95-007342 
95-007368 
95-007373 
95-007374 
95 -007 791 
Food DigosLibill ty 

95-007351 
Foods/Feeding 
95-007315 
95-007554 
95-007582 
95-007619 
95-007666 
95-00771)4 
95-Q07H30 
95-007838 
95-007B54 
95-U07859 
95-007872 
95-0078S8 
95-008019 
95-008204 
95-008217 
95-008256 
General 
95-007504 
95-007581 
95-OQ7H35 
95-007850 
Gills 
95-007315 
95-007577 
95-007649 
95-007663 
95-007688 
95-007720 
95-007729 
95-007744 
95-007777 
95-007788 
95-007SOO 
95-007882 
95-007886 
95-007898 
95-008885 
95-008892 
95-008921 
95-OOB937 
95-008949 
95-OOB984 
95-008994 
Glucose 
95-007576 
95-007618 
95-007787 
Glycerol 

95-007789 
GonadoLropin 
95-007258 
95-007571 
95-007669 
95-007704 
95-007725 
95-007762 
95-007774 
95-007793 
95-007821 
95-Q0795B 
Con ads 
95-007516 



. ..CONTINUED.. . 
Pliyslolngy 
Go n ads 

95-007590 

95-007592 

95-007626 

95-00763<I 

95-007673 

95-007650 

95-0077 13 

05-007715 

95-007718 

95-007742 

95-007762 

95-0077B1 
95-00779:2 
95-007793 
95-007797 
95-007798 
95-007S02 
95-00787T* 
95-006075 
95-OOBl^'d 
95-006920 
95-008929 
95-008975 
ConoaonifiLic Intl 



95-007713 
95-007899 



Ci-aniile Cells 

95-007G90 

95-00-7806 
Growth Hormone 

93-0(1 7367 

95-007636 

95-007639 

95-007710 

95-007716 

95-007730 

95-007752 

95-007755 

95-007793 

95-007799 

95-007812 

95-007823 

95-0070811 



95-007509 
95-007706 
Ha tell ing 
95-007555 



Hcai-t 



95-0075H3 
95-007589 
95-007629 
95-007685 
95-007753 
95-007fl33 
95-008434 
95-008(164. 
HemaLolofly 
95-0072/.4 



95-007556 
95-007577 
95-007300 
95-007585 
93-007590 
95-007596 



FR 40(4) 



366 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...COSTrNUEl), . 

Physiology 
llMniitalagy 
95-007399 
95-087600 
95- 007605 
95-007610 
95-007630 
95-007632 
95-0076117 
95-007665 
9.1-0117667 
95-0117600 
95-007673 
95-I10767H 
95-00767-) 
95-ni)7fiHl 
95-0077:10 
95-IKI7V31 
95-OU77:ifi 
1)5-007730 
95-1)07763 
05-007766 
93-007771 
05-007776 
95-OU701U) 
9 5-00 7 HO 4 
95-01)7111:) 
05-0078 1 ' 
35-CJ07H25 
05-0117B31 
95-0071! '.7 
05-0071349 
95-007659 
95-007863 
05-IKI7H/0 
95-007879 
95-00-7981 
95-007881 
95 -00 7 BUS 
95-007000 
95-1107008 



95-00(1669 



93-IKVJOOO 
05-im9i009 
lilsi.nluj.iy 



95-007500 

95-007715 

95-11011'. 7 6 

93-00(1622 

93-00901)2 
Uookl IIR/ lEanil 1 1 IIR Mo L- t.n 1 i ty 

95-U09421 
Uookl iiB/Hiid line Strnaa 

95-B07579 

95-007605 

95-007&30 



95-OOB929 
llotiriemcft 
05-007256 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Physiology 
Hormones 
95-007291 
95-007551 
95-007561 
95-007509 
95-007571 
95-007572 
95-007636 
95-007637 
95-007644 
95-007695 
95-007718 
95-007724 
95-007741 
95-007762 
95-007774 
95-007792 
95-007889 
95-007897 
95-007937 
95-007944 
95-007998 
95-009003 

Hypothalamic-Hypophysial System 
95-007533 
95-007711 
95-007874 
Ilypoxia 
95-007547 
95-007577 
95-007578 
95-007596 
95-007601 
95-007606 
95-007622 
95-007644 
95-007659 
95-007726 
95-007753 
95-007765 
95-007767 
95-007840 
95-007866 
95-000008 
95-008728 
Immune Response 
95-007371 
95-007552 
95-007565 
95-007586 
95-007593 
95-007621 
95-007625 
95-007657 
95-007674 
95-007676 
95-007677 
95-007703 
95-007705 
95-007723 
95-007729 
95-007732 
95-007736 
95-007741 
95-007743 
95-007746 
95-007756 
95-007783 
95-007788 
95-007790 
95-007794 



FR 



367 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Physiology 

lemma Response 
95-007807 
95-007800 
95-007812 
95-007820 
95-007858 
95-007862 
95-007867 
95-007873 
95-007890 
95-007892 
95-008-130 
95-008444 
95-008476 
95-OOS488 
95-008557 
95-008594 
95-008656 
95-008679 
95-008710 
95-008789 
95-008882 
95-008888 
95-OOQ915 
95-008928 
I mnuni zation 
95-007657 
95-007676 
95-007677 
95-007858 
95-008485 
Imnunoglobullns 
95-007703 
95-007732 
95-007809 
95-007903 

Induced Maturation 
95-007258 
95-007291 
95-007695 
95-007748 
95-007773 
Insulin 
95-007567 
95-007596 
95-007618 
95-007690 
95-007752 
95-007755 
95-007850 
Integument 
95-007493 
95-007828 
Ion Transport 
95-007573 
95-007585 
95-007627 
95-007649 
95-007678 
95-007688 
95-007788 
95-007818 
95-007853 
95-007B69 
95-007870 
95-QQ78B2 
95-009010 
Isozymes 
95-007721 
95-007927 
95-007935 



..CONTINUED, 
'liysloloay 
laoaymea 
95-DOHS71 
Kidneys 
95-007315 
95-007573 
95-00;fifi2 



93-OQBfl/5 



95-0()aaH6 

95-ODS937 

95-008976 

Laet.ate Duli 



95-007704 
95-OOflH/l 

Lactatc Mci.ilji>| f.^ 
95-007709 
95-(J077fl7 
Lactic Acid 

95-007766 
Larval Growl h 
95-00/59'. 
Latcr.il r.inc SysUn 

95-00775(1 
Lee tin 5 

95-007316 

Leucocyte Hlfjrat li-n 
95 -00 75 H6 
95-007674 



Light 
95-007559 
95-007050 
95-007601 
Lipid Cuni|io!iJl lt.ii 
95-0073M 
95-007564 
95-007594 
95-007603 
95-007656 
95-007706 
95-007719 
95-007062 
95-007876 
95-0078BO 
95-007896 
95-008283 
Lipid Content 
95-007Z7? 
95-007300 
95-007320 
95-007341 
95-007373 
95-007546 
95-007562 
95-00761.1 
95-007658 
95-007713 
95-007737 
95-007789 
95-007819 
95-007843 
95-006075 
95-008SB7 
95-008923 
Lipid Metabolism 
95-007306 
95-007368 
95-007702 



PR 



368 



SUBJECT INDEX 



- . CONTINUED. . . 

Physiology 

Llpld Metabolism 

95-007749 

95-007789 

95-007791 
Mver 

95-007315 

95-007368 

95-007576 

95-007620 

95-C0763& 

95-00765*. 

95-007686 

95-00769-3 

95-007713 

95-007721 

95-007737 

95-007754 

95-007779 

95 -007 B B9 

95-008964 

95-003875 

95-GOB896 

95-008905 

95-008921 

95-008926 

95-009932 

55-006937 

95-OGB949 

95-00&955 

95-008961 

95-009964 

95-OOB970 

95-008979 

95-003982 



95-006988 

95-OOB993 
95-00(3994 
95-009003 
95-009206 
Lymphatic System 

95-007067 

Lymp-hocy les 

95-007533 

95-007596 

95-OOSBB2 

Masculinizatlon 

95- 007573 
Maturation 

95-007276 

95-007550 

95-007551 

93-007571 

95-007590 

95-007640 

95-OQ7652 

95-007715 

95-007742 

95-007756 

95-007792 

95-007901 

95-OQB142 

95-003909 
Melano-macrophagea 

95-007812 

95-007873 



Hclanopliocea 
95-O07698 

Mo La tan in 
95-007670 



, . .CONTINUE). .. 
Physiology 

Hca.iltol If. Kal.es 



(>5-0()7'tH6 
95-B07S70 
IJ3-0075B2 
|>S- tlOVd 06 
9.'i-ni)7f.'JH 
9S-a07ft71 
93-007f>S ( J 
95-OOV/26 



95-0077:1 'J 



iJ!>-()07Vf) r . 
fJ3-()t)7V67 



g.i-t)()7:tn 



Q3-007HH5 



95-007321 
95-00762:1 



i>3-H07flHH 
oUlliit1il 
95-0(1(1921 



95-00901:1 
Hntiimofphoalfl 

95-HU7B97 

munition 

95-007612 

95-0077119 

Hitocliomlrln 

95-007720 

95-007061 

Moil i! 11 n |i 

95-007:173 

95- O0737'i 

95-007057 

95-009277 

95-0092(10 

MomilLly FncLors 

95-007759 

95-007868 

9S-OOH773 

93-0089'i7 

95 -110 89 BO 

MoL-tnlil.y KatOH 

95-OOB9G7 
H3-2a2 

95-007750 
Mucus 
95-007028 
95-OOU760 
MuaculaLuro 
95-007478 
95-00740'- 
95 -007 '186 
95-007'i90 
95-0075'.9 
93-007567 
95-00760A 
93-007616 
93-007639 
93-007642 
95-007671 



FR 40(4) 



369 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. ..CONTINUED... 
Physiology 
Musculature 
95-007675 
90-007684 
95-007713 
95-007714 
95-007717 
95-007721 
95-007727 
95-007785 
95-007808 
95-007816 
95-007845 
95-007931 
95-008864 
9S-OQSB75 
95-0088B5 
95-008926 
95-008937 
95-008982 
95-008984 
Necropsy 
95-007651 
95-008463 
95-0095S9 
Nervous System 
95-007642 
95-007711 
95-007758 
95-007769 
95-007796 
95-007860 
95-007877 
95-007878 
95-007894 
95-008039 
95-008617 
95-OOB649 
95-008992 
Nitrite 
95-007810 
95-008936 
Nitrogen 
95-007584 
95-007886 
95-007887 

Nitrogen MetaboHsn 
95-007100 
95-007608 
95-007857 
95-007872 
Nutrition 
95-007278 
95-007306 
95-007311 
95-007312 
95-007314 
95-007320 
95-007332 
95-007341 
95-007342 
95-007344 
95-007349 
95-007354 
95-007357 
95-007368 
95-007370 
95-007373 
95-007374 
95-007587 
95-007593 
95-007624 



. . .CONTINUKD, 
Physiology 
Nuti-Uiun 
95- 0076 5 M 



93-007693 
95-007701 
95-0077H2 
95-0(17/1') 
95-0077HCI 
93-0(1X79 J 
95- 



93-0011 j0't 
93-008410 



93 - 
9S-OOJ)fi7/ 



95-009277 



95-007.1!! 



95 -007fi.il 
95-000617 
95-OOHOri'J 
OogeiuiHls 
95-00 73IJ3 
fl-S-00770'i 



05-00/77:1 



05-00/0:19 

snot'o^n lii i 



95-0076DH 



95-007fiVi 
95-0076*11 
95-007649 
95-OdVriM 
95-00769f> 
95-007VI 1 
95-OU77I2 
95-007720 

93-00/7:11 

95-0077:14 
3-5-0(177:13 
95-0077V, 
95-00775^ 
95-0077IIJI 
95-00779') 
95-007H4I 
95-007030 
95-00 79S6 
95-007H6U 



95-0070f!'i 
95-007922 

93-ooaaiw 

95-0002RO 
Osteology 
95-0073(t 



FR 40(4) 



370 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED. 
Physiology 

Osteology 
95-0076fi6 
95-00778? 
95-007655 
95- 00890'! 

OlolUtis 
95-009577 

Oxygen 
95-007360 
95-007577 
95-007632 
95-007666 
95-007667 
95-007709 
95-007735 
93-007766 
95-007772 
95-007(100 
95-007001 
95-U0725 



93-007W63 
95-007H68 
95-007879 



95-00987 3 

95-009007 
Pancreas 

95-007637 

95-OOB6B7 
Pancreatic IsLcLs 

95-007618 

95-007743 
Parasi tea /Diseases 

05-007138 

93-007564 

05-00759(1 

95-0075H6 

55-007573 

05-007701 

95-007702 



95-007 80/1 
55-OU7.HQ9 
95-007812 
95-00 7fl 73 
95-01)0422 



95-OOB47G 



95-OIXJ&56 

95-OOB6DO 

95-008607 

95-OOH710 

93-008729 

95-OGB749 

95-00(1769 

95-000536 
Parr-Smolt Transformation 

95-007500 

95-0075BB 

95-00761.7 

95-00703'i 

95-0070')! 

95-009595 
Pcptldes 

95-007553 



.. .CONTINUED... 

Physiology 

Pcptldcs 

95-007583 

95-007580 

95-00761Q 

95-007659 

95-007667 

95-007696 

95-007743 

95-007856 

95-007864 

95-007877 

95-007878 

PH 

95-007B25 
93-007879 
95-007885 
Phagocytosis 
95-007597 
95-007833 
95-007855 
95-OOSW. 
Pharmacology 
95-007138 
05-007579 
95-007644 
95-007848 

95-008477 

95-008482 

95-008485 

95-008892 

95-008060 
Phenoxycthanol 

95-007750 
Phosphorus 

95-007648 
Phototeception 

05-007517 

95-007521 

95-007650 

95-007803 

95-007861 

95-007883 
Pigments 

05-007144 

95-007700 

95-007844 

95-007846 
Pituitary Gland 

95-007743 

95-007821 

05-007900 

05-007944 
Pollution Tolerance 

95-008944 
Potassium 

95-007870 

95-008936 

95-000577 
Prostaglandina 

05-007705 
Protein Metabolism 

05-007368 

95-007689 

95-007701 

95-007791 

95-006946 
Protein Synthesis 

95-007666 

95-007836 
Proteinase Inhibitors 

95-007811 



FR 



371 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.. .CONTINUED. .. 
Physiology 

Protoinase Inhibitors 

95 -007845 
Proteins 
95-007562 
95-007611 
95-007636 
95-007655 
95-007714 
95-007740 
95-007747 
95-007771 
95-007773 
95-007HQ4 
95-007000 
95-007017 
95-Q07B91 
95-007900 
95-007958 
95-008283 
95-008981 
95-009013 
Radiation 

95-007225 
Reconditioning 
95-007516 
95-007798 
Rectal Glanri 
95-007553 
95-007733 
Reproduction 
95-007331 
95-007370 
95-007582 
95-007673 
95-007888 
95-003141 
95-008142 
95-008372 
95-OOS953 
05-008980 
95-008997 
Reproductive Cycle 
95-007516 
95-007626 
95-007644 
95-007673 
95-007715 
95-007725 
95-007731 
95-007797 
95-007798 
35-007899 
95-008142 

Reproductive System 
95-008775 
95-008827 
Respiration 
95-007547 
95-007560 
95-007578 
95-007598 
95-007607 
95-00/622 
95-007623 
95-007629 
95-007641 
95-007666 
95-007772 
95-007800 
95-007801 
95-007827 



. . .CONTINUE!!. , . 
Physiology 
Respiration 
95-007832 
95-007842 
95-1)07060 
95-007863 
95-007805 
95-007885 
Respiratory Sysl 
95-007602 
95-007777 
RNA 

95-007fl]5 

Rodlet Colin 

95-007807 

95-007637 

Salinity 

95-007568 
95-007759 
95-0078-11 
Sc-miclrcLLlni- dii.i 

95-007796 
Sense Organs 
95-007511 
95-007634 
95-007651 
95-007850 
95-000913 
95-OOH959 
Serotonin 
95-007761 
Sex DetenniiiiiiUiii 

95-007590 

Sex Ratios 

95-007640 

95-007901 

95-008953 

Sex Reversal 

95-007718 
Sodium 
95-007627 
95-008965 
95-009577 
Sodium Ctiloricta 

95-007733 
Sonic Stimuli 

95-00763/i 
Spawning 
95-007626 
95-007724 
95-007730 
95-007899 
95-008141 
Spenn 
95-007176 
95-007300 
95-007300 
95-0075Q1 
95-007631 
95-007653 
95-007796 
Spermatogenosls 
95-007724 
95-0077'i7 
95-007748 
95-007875 
Spines 

95-007615 
Spleen 

95-OQ8B85 

Starvation 

95-007334 



FR 40(4) 



372 



SUBJECT INDKX 



...CONTINUED... 
Physiology 
Starvation 

95-OQ75BO 

95-0075B2 

95-007701 

95-007702 

95-0077f(5 

93-OQ77B9 

J5-OD7869 

95-008190 
5levill?.nl ion 

95-B072J 7 
Sin-raids 

95-007550 

95-007590 

95-0076:10 

95-0077B1 

95-007792 

95-007793 

95-007(199 

93-0079!) (1 
Slock Ii1i!tit.lflcnt:ion 

95-01176:) :i 
Sires s 

95-007334 

95-007569 

9S-007375 

95-007579 

95-OD75B(l 

95-0117012 

95-007617 

95 - 007 63 V 

95-OQ7649 

95-00773') 

95-007741 

95-007 74 'i 

95-007751) 

95-007751 

95-007753 

95-007759 

95- 0077 75 

95-OH777(i 

95-OQ77fll 



95-007(12') 
95-007630 
95-007107 
9 5-007(15 6 
95-007071 
95-007900 
95-00790U 
95-009125 



95-00(1671 
95-008B79 
95-OOBBI12 
95-01)8115 
95-0089 ')6 
95-008991 
95-009280 
95-009421 

S Iron t inn 
55-009577 

Survival 



55-007661 

SwiiublnddGL' 

95-007603 

95-007722 



.. .CONTINUED. .. 
1'hystology 
Swimb ladder 

95-007738 

95-007739 

95-007786 

95-007787 

95-007806 
Swimming Performance 

95-007 Wi 

95-007406 

95-007490 

95-007601 

95-007604 

95-0076(.2 

95-007675 

95-007709 

95-007775 

95-007796 

95-007063 

95-007Q94 

95-008092 

95-008660 

95-008901 

95-009261 
Taste [(ectspLion 

95-007335 

95-007651 
Techniques/ Anesthetics 

95-007579 

95-007750 

Techniques /Biochemical 
Composition 

95-007822 
Techniques /Biopsy 

95-007721 

95-003476 
Techniques/Blood Sampling 

95-007563 

95-007610 
Techniques /Cannulation 

95-007643 

95-007851 
Techniques/Cardiovascular System 

95-007598 

95-007728 

95-009575 
Techniques/Cell Culture 

95-007639 

95-007692 

95-007757 

95-007779 

95-007873 
Techniques /Cytology 

95-007760 

95-007814 

95-008476 
Techniques/Digestive Rate 

95-007354 

95-009563 
Techniques /Digestive System 

95-007660 
Technique a / El'ec troca rd lograms 

95-007852 
Technique a / Embryology 

95-007760 
Techniques /Food Digestibility 

95-007354 
Techniquea/Hematology 

95-00.7643 

95-007804 

95-007831 

95-008476 



FR 40(4) 



373 



1995 



SUBJECT 1NDKX 



Piiyslolcgy 

Techniques /Histology 

95-OOH'.76 
Tedm 1 que s / 1 lo rraone s 

95-007637 

Techniques /Immune Response 
95-007732 
95-GD7812 
95-000789 
Toclinlques/Llpids 
95-007546 
95-007562 
95-007662 

Techniques/Metabolic Hat.cs 
95-007812 

Techniques /Musculature 
95-007616 
Techniques /Osmo regulation 

95-007780 

Techniques /Proteins 
. 95-007562 
95-007Q17 

Techniques/ Rail ioinnmnons say 
95-007710 
95-007900 

Technique si Re spirati on 
95-007772 
95-007842 
Techniques /Sperm 

95-007591 
Techniques /Steroids 

95-00755B 
Techniques /Stress 

95-007824 

Techniques /Surgery 
95-007722 
95-007851 
95-008435 
Techniques/ Sutures 

95-007851 
Techniques/Thermal Tolerance 

95-007575 
Techniques /Toxlcity 

95-009000 

Techniques/Toxicology 

95-007732 

95-007814 

95-009000 

95-009007 

Temperature 

95-007559 

95-007626 

95-007663 

Testosterone 

95-007572 

95-007718 

95-008975 

Tetrncycllne 

95-007848 
Tetrodo toxin 

95-007615 
Thermal Shock 
95-007568 
95-007575 
95-007784 
95-008981 
Thermal Tolerance 
95-007568 
95-007595 
95-007619 
95-007644 
95-007708 



. . .CQNTINUKD. 
1'Iiys lolo^y 
Therranl 'I'ol 



95-007801) 
95-Q07&6B 
03-007flHl 
95-OOB360 



05-0(1801) 
r [']iymiis 

95-00(1622 
r l'liyi'i>li1 Gla 

95-007:115 

95-()07rjf,l 



95-00 799H 
9S-00()fr/'J 
Tliyroxinct 
95-00/BH(J 
'J5-OI)7fl97 



Toco[ihcrls 

93-007&'i7 
ToxUilty Tus 



Tox 1 11 H 
95-0076(10 
93-0076(13 
95-00768:1 
95-007097 
95 - 00 7 69 ^ 
95-()OH01'> 

Trac:e Metal 



Urea 
95-U077. r i<i 



05-007(106 

95-007I1H7 

Urinary Illj 

93-007778 



VaccinnHiui 



95-OOV&3.1 
95-0071053 
95 -00 'Id 79 
95-007681 
95-00770(1 



93-007813 
95-007090 
95-007001 
93-0079^7 
95-001330H 
Vononi Glnnil 

95-00761.') 
Vision 
93-00752.1 
95-007613 
95-00769fl 
95-007707 
95-007796 
95-007803 
93-007829 
95-007883 



FR 



37* 



SUBJECT INDEX 



., .CO'iTIMJRD... 
Physiology 
Vision 



95-007B95 
95-007949 
Vitamins 
95-007344 



95-007647 
95-007749 
95-Q078'i 4 
95-OOS45B 
95-OQB749 
95-008092 

Vi.LQllOgC11.ln 

95-007673 



Si- ray a 

95-00721.7 
Xeuoblot.ic.s 

95-OUB949 
Zinc 

95-007349 

55-007587 

05-007600 

95-0085 BO 
ollution 
Aciil Mine Water 



9S-008Q31 



AgricuL tin- a I Drainagn 

95-009-Til 
AErJcul turaL Wastes 



95-008985 

Aliuiilniun 

95-00 H90S 
Arsenic 



Uallnat Water 



95-ODB84') 
Dloaccum ulatian 



95-006859 
Rio degradation 

95-00885'. 

93-008859 
Biological Indicators 

-)5~0(ltt6<.3 

05-008832 

<!5-009370 



93-00081.9 
Cndmlvun 



CtilnrLne 



Ghrtimliun 

95-OOH837 

95-OOH8HO 

95-008054 
Contaminated Sediments 

95-008840 

95-008912 



. ..CONTINUED. . . 
Pollution 
Copper 
95-OOBU37 
95-G06!fl/,0 
95-008843 
Creosote 

95-OOB9U6 
Dioxln 



9:i-009DQl 
Ether 

95-OOBHDii 
ELliylone Glyeol 

95-008922 
Fenltrothioii 

95-008026 

Fish Hatchery Effluents 
95-007074 
95-007094 
95-007133 
95-007138 
95-007243 
95-007276 
95-007425 
95-008833 
95-OOH855 
95-008856 
95-009039 
95-009105 
95-009118 
95-009128 
95-009433 
Fish Kills 

95-009343 
General 

95-008876 

95-008977 
Heavy Metals 

95-008834 

95-008836 

95-000837 

95-008839 

95-0088'iQ 

95-008854 

95-008858 

95-008898 

95-008920 
Hydrocarbons 

95-008834 
Hydrogen Sulfide 

95-007425 

95-008008 
Incineration 

95-008846 

95-009001 
Industrial Wastes 

95-009354 

95-008837 

95-008848 

95-008881 

95-0089B5 
Insecticides 

95-008907 
Icon 

95-008843 

95-008858 
Land Use 

95-008839 
Landfills 

95-OOB920 
Laws/Law Enforcement 

95-008845 



FR 40(4) 



375 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED,.. 
Pollution 

Laws /Law Enforcement 
95-009500 
Lead 

95-008837 
95-008840 
Manganese 
9 5 -ocas'. 3 

He rcui-y 
95-008839 
95-G088'iO 
95-008843 
95-008898 
95-009001 
Mine Effluents 
95-000836 
95-009240 
Modeling 
95-008858 
95-009250 
Nitrogen 

95-008855 
Non-Point Sources 

95-009592 
Offshore Drilling 

95-009123 
01! Pollution 
95-008832 
95-008838 
95-008845 
95-008849 
95-008950 
95-008909 
93-009123 
Orjjanochlorines 

95-008912 

Pesticides 

95-008026 

95-008834 

Phosphorus 

95-008855 

Pollution Abatement 
95-007074 
95-007133 
95-009341 
Pollution Avoidance 

95-008831 
Pollution Selection 

95-008890 
Pollution Tolerance 

95-Q0890B 

Polychlorinated Biphenyls 
95-008834 
95-008846 

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons 
95-008819 
95-006906 

Public Health Problems 
95-008834 
95-008836 
95-008854 
95-008859 

Pulp Mill Effluents 
95-008835 
95-008897 
95-008962 
Radioactive Wastes 

95-008939 

Sediment Bloassays 
95-008906 
Sewage Effluents 
95-007194 



... CONTINUED. . . 
Pollution 

Sewage Effluents 

95-000985 
Shipping Lnnes 

95-008845 

95-008647 
Surfactants 

95-008026 
Thiobeiicat-li 

95-OOB02& 
Trace Metals 

95-008843 
Urban Kimnff 

95-008850 

95-008900 

Xenobiotjr.8 

95-00747B 

95-008850 

95-008922 

Zinc 

95-008837 
95-008840 
95-008843 

95-ooeasn 

Statistical Method s 
Age/Growth 
95-009248 

Age/Length Connuislt Ion 
95-009271 
95-009272 
Behavior 

93-008020 

Catch Per Unit KfTnH 
95-009241 
95-009284 
Catch-Age Amilyals 

95-009272 

Commercial Klshliifi 
95-009258 
95-009282 
Data AnalyaiB 
95-009255 
95-00952.1 
Economics 
95-009085 
95-009273 
Exploitation lintcs 

95-009265 

Forecasting 

95-009242 

95-0092'i 6 

95-009205 

Habitat Evaluation 

95-009240 
Length -Weight ]{]aL Uns 

95-009260 
Mark /Recapture 
95-0092/.8 
95-009256 
Meristic Studios 

95-008378 
Morphonetry 

95-008379 
Mortality Rates 
95-009256 
95-009265 
Multivariate Analysis 

95-009212 
Pollution 

95-005240 

Population Studies 
95-009254 



FR 40(4.) 



376 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.. .CONTINUED. .. 
Statistical Methods 
Population Stud ins 
95-009269 

95-009275 

95-009204 
Sampling 

55-009233 

Q5-OQ9255 

95-009269 
Species Identification 

95-COB37B 
Stock Assessment 

95-009241 

95-01)9242 

95-009246 

95-009252 

95-009255 



95-009265 
95-009501 

Stock Identification 



Tine Series Analysis 

95-003269 
Toxicology 

95-00&923 

95-OOB9-7A 
95-009240 

Virtual Population Analysis 
95-009252 
95-009255 
95-009262 



95-009501 
Vear Glass Strength 

95-009255 

Stock fug/ Introductions 
Aquatic Plant Control 
95-007071 
95-007234 
95-009166 
Ballast Water 

95-006*147 
Disease Importation 

95-006676 
Dispersal 
95-009172 
95-009197 
95 -009 20 & 
95-009612 
KconomLcs 

95-007174 
Egg Stackliifi 

95-009197 

Endangered Populations 
95-009037 
95-009081 

EndanRcred/ThcGatenod Species 
95-007156 
95-Q079"12 
95-009195 
95-009605 
93-009606 
95-009612 
95-009613 

Environmental Impacts 
95-007119 
93-007174 
95-007914 
95-007942 
95-007978 



...CONTINUED.. . 

Stacking/ Introductions 

Environmental Impacts 

95-009022 

95-009038 

95-00916:1 

95-009165 

95-009166 

95-009169 

95-009170 

9. r i-009173 

95-00017', 

95-009-177 

95-009179 

95-009182 

95-009186 

95-009187 

95-009189 

95-009196 

95-009198 

95-009200 

95-009201 

95-009214 

95-009215 

95-009217 

95-009295 

95-009424 

Exotic Species 

95-007071 

95-007917 

95-007968 

95-OOBH47 

95-009022 

95-009043 

95-00905B 

95-009170 

95-009177 

95-0091BG 

95-009190 

95-009198 

95-009200 

95-009201 

95-009205 

95-009295 

95-009405 

Finger ling Stocking 
95-007162 
95-009160 
95-009185 
95-0091B8 
95-009208 
95-009211 
95-009612 

Forage Introductions 
95-009176 
95-OQ941B 
Fry Stocking 

95-007240 
Genetic Strains 
95-007186 
95-009192 
Genetica 
95-007906 
95-007913 
95-007914 
95-0079/i2 
95-007962 
95-007975 
95-007978 
95-009165 
95-009168 
95-009173 
95-009183 



FR 



377 



SUBJECT INDEX 



, , .CONTINUED. . . 
Stocking/ [lUroilucLious 
Gene Lies 

95-0119187 

95-009189 

95-009200 

95-009605 
Hatchery /Wi Id Populiit. iims 

95-007155 

95-007186 

95-01)7902 

95-OOB678 

95-009187 

95-009191 

95-009196 

95-009200 

95-009602 
His Lory 

95-009168 
Hybridization 

95-009187 
Laws/Law Enforcement 

95-009175 

95-009200 

95-009405 
Movements 

95-007954 
Planning 

95-009168 

95-00921/1 
Predator Introductions 

95-009199 
Put-Grow-and-Take 

95-007162 

95-009194 
Ho Introductions 

95-009081 

95-009293 

Restoration of Anadromous Runs 
95-007156 
95-007912 
95-005163 
95-009180 
95-009194 
95-009196 
95-009202 
95-00920/1 
Size at Release 
95-009178 
95-009186 
95-009189 
95-009216 
95-009606 
Social Values 
95-007174 

Stock Identification 
95-007991 

Supplemental Stocking 
95-007150 
95-007155 
95-007177 
95-007817 
95-009043 
95-009161 
95-009162 
95-009163 
95-009167 
95-009171 
95-009178 
95-009179 
95-009181 
95-009182 
95-009188 



.. .CONTINUED. .. 
Stock Ing/ In l.roiKict 
Supplemental Mtj 

95-009189 

93-00011)1 

95-00919:1 

93 -009 1<M 



95-0092105 
95-01)920; 
95-009208 
95- 00020') 
95 -0092 I a 
95-G0921J 
95-005213 
95-U092H) 
95-009300 
93-01)9:110 
95-009.T.6 
95-009353 
95-OU95:i:i 
95-009002 
93-01)9606 
Survival 
95-0070/1 
95-OO 7 155 
<J 3-00 71 73 
95-007239 
95-007(117 
95-<)Q7')l2 
95-O0797H 
<) 5 -00 7991 
95-OO8375 
93-009161) 



93-009171 
95-009173 
95-00918:1 
95-OD91H!) 
95 -1)09 U1IS 
95-009192 



9fj-O09197 
95-009200 
95-000200 
93-009207 
93-00920S 
93-009210- 
95-009211 
93-00921^ 
93-009213 
9-5-01)9216 
95- 009:i2;i 
95-009507 



TrnnHpl nut I'll 
95-0079J6 
J5-U00037 
95-0119 03 
93-009203 
95-OD921V 



Wild Troui. 

93-00*1378 

93-009609 

Tcctiniqucs 

Acoustical 



95-0093.3(1 
AerlnJ Survoys 
05 - 009 Z 75 
95-009307 



FR 40(4) 



378 



SUBJECT INDEX 



Techniques 

Ap.pf Growth 

95-007513 

95-007532 

95-OOB2S2 

95-GOSS2&9 

95-QOS294 

95-GOB293 

95-008302 

95-000305 

95-008313 

95-00-3560 
AgcfScx HelatlonsliLps 

95-000153 
Anesthetics 

95-O07579 

95-009581 
Computer Applications 

95-C07130 

95-00738'! 

95-007390 

95-007(422 

95-007430 

9 5 -00 74 32 

95-0074.37 



95-DQ762B 
95-OOB302 
95-008385 

95-U095G8 
95-009569 
95-009570 
95-009572 
95-OU9573 
95-009575 
95-009578 
Data liases 
95-00733'* 
Diagnostic Techniques 

95-00957'! 
Electrical AiicsLUesia 

95-009581 
E 1 ect ro f i sli 1 ii.g 

95-U09229 
Flsli CollecLlona 

95-O09571 
Klsli Counters 
05-007130 
93-005573 
Fisli McaBiirements 
95-007130 
95-O09570 
95-009572 



95-00957& 
Fish Pros erva Lion 



95-009571 
Food a /Feeding 
95-009562 
95-0095&3 
Gas Removal 
95-009561 
CIS 

95-OOJS66 
Habitat Evaluation 

95-0(19323 
Handling Methods 
95-007579 
95-007851 
95-009421 
95-009571 



. ..CONTINUED... 
Techniques 

Larval Identl t'lcat.Lon 

95-OOS385 
Mnrk/Recapturu 
95-009193 
95-0110396 

Hark ing/ Tagging/ Anchor Tags 
95-009151 
95-009152 
95-009157 

Harking/Tagging/ Bio telemetry 
95-007728 
95-009575 

Harking/Tagging /Fin-Clipping 
95-009152 
95-009159 

Harking/Tagging/ Fluorescent 
Pigments 
95-009154 
95-009580 
Marking/Tagging/Misc. Tags 

95-009155 
Marking/Tagging/Mortality 

95-009421 

Ma eking/Tagging/ Otolltha 
95-00915(1 
95-009158 
95-009567 
Marklng/Tagging/PIT Tags 

95-009157 

Hacking/Tagging/Rare-Earth 
Solutions 

95-009158 
Mark ing /Tagging /Sonar 

95-009575 
Narklng/Tagging/Sonic 

95-009153 
Harking/Tagging/Streamer Tags 

95-009152 
Harking/ Tagging /Strontium 

95-009580 

Marking/Tagging/Tag Retention 
95-009152 
95-009155 
95-009157 
Ma rking / Tagg ing / Te 1 erne t ry 

95-009421 
Marklng/Tagging/Tetracycline 

95-007239 

95-008295 

95-009157 
Harking/Tagging/Hire Tags 

95-007140 

95-007239 

95-008525 

95-009151 

95-009156 

05-009193 

95-009396 
Misc. Equipment /Water Samplers 

95-007132 
Museum Collections 

95-008326 

95-009571 
Otoliths 

95-007513 

95-007532 

95-OOB273 

95-008282 

95-008289 

95-OOB295 

95-008302 



Fit 



379 



1995 



SUU.TECT INDKX 



...CONTINIO... 
Techniques 
toll His 

95-009577 
Photography 
95-007120 
95-007423 
95-008305 
95-009568 
Population Studies 
95-009156 
95-009284 
95-009573 

Predator /Prey Relationships 
95-007538 
95-007817 
95-OOS273 
Remote Sensing 

95-009575 
Sampling 
95-008372 
95-009255 

Species Identification 
95-007538 
Sperm Preservation 

95-007440 
Stock Assessment 
95-005156 
95-009255 
95-009507 

Stock Identification 
95-007706 
95-009253 
95-009564 
95-009577 
Stomach Fullness 
95-009562 

Surgical Apparatus 
95-007851 
95-008463 
Telemetry 
95-007*18 
95-009153 
95-009575 
Trophic Relationships 

95-008257 
Ultrasound Imaging 

95-009574 

Video Tapes 

95-007130 

95-007423 

95-009453 

95-009565 

Visual Estimation Methods 

95-009472 
Water Analysis 

95-007132 
Water quality/Dissolved Gases 

95-009561 
X-rays 

95-009579 
Toxicology 
Acidification 
95-007852 
95-008879 
Aflatoxins 
95-008930 

Age/Sex Relationships 
95-006865 
95-008875 
95-008887 
95-008926 
95-OOB953 



Toxicology 
Aldrlu 



Alky I Ihiim- 

95- 0(10949' 
Al lUJi I lllllil 



r J. r i-OI]H9H9 
Auiiion In 



95 -00(191 1 
'jri-(10B090 
9.'i - (HJ90 OH 
W 
Cliloi 



An i.4(il<!!t 

9S-OOHfl'Jl 
Anl.ihliii. lea 



95-OOB976 
Aroi-lor 



Aronititli: 



93-1109 (H15 
Arsenic 



9IJ-OOB991 
lltiliavlor 
93-OOH959 



9. r >-OOH'J!il 
llltiai:<'iinnihu Ion 
'J3-OOHH37 



95-01) HHB1 
95-0{)fl8Hf> 
'J5-00fK17 



95-OU092I 

'J3-OOH93/ 



95-009012 
niaiitiany Tfi 

95-OOH90!i 
BiohiijB.lfifll 

95-007732 



93-OOBB2.T 
9. r i-00fl.902 
95-008909 



93-0069'i2 
95-000950 
95-000967 
95-009005 
Dialogic*! 
95-OOBB6'. 



FR 



380 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. . .COMIHUED. .. 
Tosic-olagy 

Biological Monitoring 

95-008881 

95-008910 

95-008912 

95-008923 

95-008926 

95-008981 
B loniit&ri I Ficn Lion 

95-009877 

95-008916 

95-008937 

95-008939 

95-008945 

95-003968 

95-008978 

95-003985 

95-009012 
Hloaorption 

95-OOB848 

95-008S'.9 

95-008853 

95-O08S76 

95-008897 

95-008920 

95-008923 

95-008925 



95-QOS9'i'i 
95-008945 

95-008951 

95-OQS962 

95-QQB974 

95-OOB9B5 
II t o t ran s forma t 1 un 

95-008870 

9.1-009007 

95-Q09011 
Cadmium 

95-008864 

95-00(3866 

95-009875 

95-OOB8B5 

95-008866 

95-OQB892 

95-009916 

95-QOH921 

95-008929 

95-008537 

95-OOH965 

95-008375 

95-008903 

95-OOB9B!) 

95-000987 

95-008961 

95-009013 
Ccunphochlor 

95-U093G5 
Carhajnntes 



Carcinogens 
95-OO0860 
9 5- OOH.Q 91 
95-009006 

Cesium 
95-008994 

Chlordane 



Chlorinated Hydcocarbons 

95-OOS957 

95-008993 
Chlorine 

95-003869 



...CONTINUED... 
Toxicology 
Chlorine 

95-008943 

95-008944 

95-008945 
Cliioruphenols 

95-009004 
Chlarpyrlfos 

95-OOB928 
Cliromiiwi 

95-OOG885 

9f]-OOB88B 

95-008920 

93-OOB9G7 

95-009014 
Ciguatcra 

95-007615 
Cobalt 

95-008064 

95-008B92 
Con Lamina ted Sediments 

95-008905 

95-008942 
Copper 

95-008864 

95-008867 

95-008873 

95-008885 

95-008888 

95-008889 

95-008896 

95-008913 

95-008920 

95-008921 

95-008947 

95-008964 

95-008965 

95-008967 

95-008981 

95-008983 

95-008991 

95-009014 
Creosote 

95-008903 

95-000906 
Cypcrmethrin 

95-008946 

95-008966 
Cytochtome P450 

95-008870 

95-008909 

95-008971 

95-008988 

95-009007 
DDT 

95-008910 

95-008956 
Deltamethrln 

95-008996 
Detoxification 

95-008971 
Diagnostic Techniques 

95-008B73 

95-008948 

95-008961 

95-008967 

95-008979 

95-008982 

95-008988 

95-009007 

95-009013 
Dibenzofuran 

95-008897 



FR 



381 



1995 



...CONTINUED. . , 
Toxicology 
DibGnzofui'nii 
95-008916 
95-008941 
95-01)0945 
95-000961 
DSchlorvoK 
95-008924 
Dleldrin 
95-008956 
95- 0009 6/. 
Diesel fuel 
95-008951 
95-009011 
Dlflubenzuron 

95-000997 

Dirnethoato 

95-008872 

Dioxin 

95-008897 

95-008910 

95-008916 

95-00894! 

95-008965 

95-008958 

95-008961 

95-008970 

95-006971 

95-009001 

Early Development 

95-008892 

95-008957 

Esters 

95-000863 
Ethylene Glycol 
95-008900 
95-OOQ922 
General 
95-007138 
95-007552 
95-008853 
95-008969 
Gentamicin 
95-008886 
95-008976 
Heavy Metals 
95-008834: 
95-OOBB64 
95-008866 
95-008875 
95-008879 
95-008882 
95-Q08B8B 
95-008889 
95-008896 
95-008898 
95-008913 
95-008915 
95-008919 
95-008920 
95-008921 
95-008934 
95-008947 
95-008953 
95-008960 
35-008964 
95-008972 
95-00897^ 
95-008975 
95-008983 
95-008985 
95-008987 



FR 





SUBJECT INDEX 



, . .CONTINUED, . . 
Tosicology 
Naphthalene 
95-006951 
95-009011 
JiGiiro toxins 
95-OUHS99 
55-008901 
Nickel 



95-008983 

Kit rate 
95-008446 
95-OQH998 

Nitrite 



95-OOS93& 

95-008998 

95-0(18999 
Oil Pollution 

95-007852 
Organic a 

95-OQSB78 
Orgatioch loirincs 

95-OQ8BB7 

95-008905 

95-008910 

95-008926 

95-008960 

93-008962 



95-1JOB995 
Orgaiiophosphatos 
95.-C08B72 

9 1 J-OHB.9'24 

95.-OOB92B 

95-00&960 
OcganoLlns 

95-OOB993 
Piiracjiuit 

Q5-008896 



Pest-lcljcs 

)5-ooa)LO 

95-008924 

95-OOB9'iG 
95-1)09002 



Phnno 3 a 
95-008932 

95-009011 



PhtlmlaLc Esters 

95-006863 

95-008370 
Pollution 



pollul.ioii Detection 

95-008866 

95-008876 

95-009007 
Pollution Tolerance 

95-0089*1 4 
Polyclilorlitated Biphenyls 

95-008877 

95-008687 

95-OOB901 



...CONTINUED.. . 
Toxicology 

Polychlorinatetl lliplienyla 
95-008905 
95-000910 
93-008914 
95-008929 
95-00893'. 
95-0089'. 1 
95 - 0089 f. 5 
95-008956 
95-008958 
95-008973 
95-008978 
95-008980 
95-009012 

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons 
95-008868 
95-008905 
95-008906 
95-008929 
95-008934 
95-008956 
95-008993 
95-009011 
Potassium Permanganate 

95-008892 

Public Health Problems 
95-008935 
95-008974 
95-008995 
95-009001 
95-009124 

Pulp Hill Effluents 
95-008874 
95-008931 
95-008948 
95-008990 
95-009003 
PyreLhroitls 
95-008946 
95-008966 
95-008996 
Radiation 
95-008257 
95-008939 
95-008940 
95-008994 

Radioactive Wastes 
95-008939 
95-008950 
Uesin Acids 
95-008931 
95-006933 
Re sine tlirin 
95-008963 
Selenium 
95-008980 
95-008991 
95-008995 
Silver 

95-008983 
Sodium 

95-008867 
Stress 
95-008860 
Strontium 
95-008984 
Techniques 
95-007436 
95-008894 
95-008895 

Te tcaciilorobenz ene 
95-008970 



FR 40(4) 



383 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



,. .CONTINUED... 

Ut! 1 iafltlo.il of Fishory Proilucls 
Fish Silage 

95-009557 
Fish Spoilage 

95-003545 
Market Ing 

95-003547 

95-00954B 

95-009549 

95-009556 

95-009559 
Public Health Problems 

95-007091 

95-007613 

95-0076BG 

95-007682 

95-007699 

95-006974 

95-006995 

95-009552 

95-009555 
Storage Effects 

95-007562 
Taste and Odor Problems 

95-009546 
Tux ins 

95-007600 

95-007682 

95-007699 

Water Use/ConsnrvaLion 
General 

95-009044 
Irrigation Projects 

95-009098 
Mater Diversions 

15-009098 






FR 'iO('i) 



385 



1995 



BOOK REVIEW 



(j.-p .>,-)</ fund Fish Culture: Including Chinese Herbivorous Species, P/fcc, Tench Zatttlri We-!-, ( 
(.uldn.li. Li-zlo Horvalh, Gizella lamas, and Chris SeagravG. 1992. Fishing News [looks ll<l Oif'.i-i! 
I-. + I r ,Kp AvjilaWi! from Rlackwell Science Publications Ltd., 238 Main St., Gunbridiu' MA I),' I t J it, [ 
'. IU-M.it J7. 50 |c.i. 542. 25) (clolh: ISBN 0-852-38-1 79-4). 

^.iwit.mlirirrMi.ps fn world fish supply can only come from aqiwrultuni btKMiiso fish |H(irfiiilNjiih.-.u 
V<i;rc f-h t ijif)roximatcs the csttmaled maximum sustainable yield l.ogicnlly, culture svslctm \vilirn H-ii'r 
mlu--> tti.it .ire pHicienl conveners. Although llii> authors of Cam amt fond rM\ f'uliutf ni,.; 
t-of.t.-mi)orjrv lirniled mlGrest for carps as food fish in somu parts of tho worlrl, they surrlv iiiuti h IM 
in undi.rjwmJiriH this general apathy, because central Europeans haw such n Iraclilkin.il i^tcvin ftv u 



Th 



nruriiunon on carp culture published in tnjjlish has mcroascd in iho past di-cach- and MHII h i i t . 
:ivi-n 10 European scientists. This book has similarities (o earlier contrfbulions irwolvinu nriiiuritr ih 
i'.u L-I t-r, it ,![)pe,irs lo be reaching for a broader audience, for (he wri(jm< slyl<> is mmv .-nn il ilnii i 
L-ontenis and organization are similar to those in the related book, Sftdciut Mcliti^ in f '< vnl fi> 
lorvjih, U lamas, and I, Tolg. 19B4. Akad. Kiado, Hudapust), but with (In? inclusion ol .1 d-w i 

loss sficcjiiL- detail. The figures are based on artwork introduced in two rxlcir 1 - ' 

aih jnd his associates: f 1 ) The artifiaal propagation of warm-walvr finfishus-n 



f : -I 



, 

Vovnrorha HI Hn 1 m.WKM^v.r,,- 

vy \narovich and L, Horvalh 1980. FAO Fish. Tech. Paper 201 ;IIK (2) Common cum I'.iit I Mm ,-, 

^c^Y^P^lX^sa?,-?^ 






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- s-^ faSsa IIF P Sr M/V? for ' 1 " 'lwt-'sHl In Hsli Hlii 

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fK 40(4) 



386 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



CcxniiErci.il Fishing 

95-009125 
Habitat Alterations 

95-009*25 
Management /Research --Reservoir s 

95-009425 
Pollution 

95-009425 
Stock Assessment 

95-009425 
brami9 brama 
Age/Sex Relationships 

95-OOB26B 
Behavior 

95-009063 
Bio9orpLlon 



Bird Prrctlritlan 
95-008268 
95-008273 

Bistrihiition/FacLoi's nf 

95-009096 
Early Development 



95-009312 

95-009420 

Electrolytes 

95-008546 
Fonds/Fecding. 

95-007535 

95-009312 

95-009420 
Gill Rakers 

95-007535 
Habitat Alterations 

95-008848 
Habitat Selection 

95-009420 
Industrial Wastes 

95-OOB84a 
Inl.rtispccles Relationships 

95-OOB063 
Length Frequencies 

95-00817] 
Manngenienty Research- -Lakes 

95-009301 

95-009312 
M.inagciiienL/Rescai:ch--Hesei:voira 

95-008843 

95-009420 
Hortality Rates 

95-OOB263 
Niche Overlaps 

95-009420 
Nursery Areas 

95-008171 
Pal lull on 

95-OQ884B 
I'opulatiou Studies 

95-008171 
Prcdfltor/Prey Relal.lonsliips 

95-008268 

95-008273 
RGprorh.icti.an 

95-008098 
Rough Fi3l) Control 

95-009301 
Schooling ncliavior 

95-006053 
Season 

95-OOB26S 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Abramis brnma 

Stock Assessment 
95-008098 
Stress 

95-008H48 

Trophic Relationships 
95-009301 
95-009312 
95-009420 
Water Quality 

95-008848 

Acanthorchus pomotls 
Age/ScK Relationships 

95-008402 

Coloration 

95-OOS402 

Acanthopagrus QUS trails 
Genetics 

95-007952 

Acanthopagrus berda 
Genetics 

95-007952 

Acantliopagrus hutchcrl 
Dlstrlbution/Geographlcal 

95-008322 
Salinity 

95-008322 

Acanthopagrus latus 
Genetics 

95-007952 

Acanthopagrus schlegeli 
Genetics 

95-007952 
Aclpenaer 
Morphology 
95-007529 
Acipenser baecl 
Hybrid Fish 
95-007676 
Immune Response 
95-007676 
Iirmunization 

95-007676 
Acipenser brevirostcum 

Endangered/Threatened Species 

93-009151 
Harking /Tagging/ Anchor Tags 

95-009151 
Marking/Tagging/Wire Tags 

95-009151 

Acipenser dabrynnus 
Abundance /Factors of 

95-008374 
Management /Re search- -General 

95-008374 

Acipenser fiilvescena 
Endangered Populations 

95-009026 
Gene Mapping 

95-007955 
Hepatic Lipoidosia 

95-008977 
Pollution 
95-008977 
RHA 

95-007955 

Toxicology 

95-008977 

Xenoblotlcs 

95-008977 

Acipenser gueldenstaedti 
Culture/Propagation 
95-0073G3 



FR 



3B7 



1995 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Acjpenser giielilenstaeclti 
Diets 
95-007363 
Excretory Syst.om 
95-007713 
Heart 
95-007478 
Larvae 
95-007363 
Huscul.itiirc 
95-007478 
OsnorogulaLion 
95-007712 
Pollution 
95-007478 
Salinity 
95-007712 
Xenob.iot.ic5 
95-007478 
Aclpenser naccarii 

Abundance/Factors of 
95-008374 
Digestive System 
95-007588 
Cllls 

95-0075S8 
Kidneys 
95-007588 

n 



Ac-( ji.'ij.-11'i it,. I I- 1 * m 



ll JlrfJrlMl. 



diM'tll/lf,. Tl-.ll^..,, 



'J'i-INl/'/l j 
>/ 
t 



Osiaoregiilation 
95-007588 



Salinity 
95-007588 

cipenser nudiventris 
Abundance/Factors of 
95-008374 

n 



Acipeni 



A- ..... 



Stock Assessment 
95-009449 



II Is lory 



Streams 

95-008360 
Microhabitat 

95-008360 



Social 



Survival 



95-008360 



-00767fi 



5-3-007829 
Blots 
85-00733.1 

EyoB 

95-007820 



"-007676 

stellatus 



9-5-008755 



Ffi 



40(4) 



388 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



.. .CONTINUED,.. 
Aclpenser transmantanus 

Nark ing/Tagging /Tag HeLentioii 

95-000157 
Mortality Factors 

95-OP8755 

Nlirofuran 

95-QO.S48Q 

PA tasi Los/Diseases 
95-008480 
95-008755 
Production 
95-007333 
Salinity 

95-007829 
Treatment 

95-OOHJ580 
Treatment Residues 

95-0061480 
Vir<i! Diseases 

95-008755 
Vision 

95-00 782-9 
AcipoiiHerld<ie 
Cocl en teenies 

95-ooseoa 

Cu 1 1 u re / Propagation 
95-007363 
95-008457 
Diets 

95-007363 
Lii rvae 

95-007303 
Musculature 

95-007714 
Parasit.es/DiHcases 
95-008457 
95-008B08 
Proteins 

95-007714 
Salinity 

95 -00 77 HI 
Viral Diseases 

Q5 -00845 7 
Aclpcnsert formes 
Evolution 

95-007955 
Ccno Mapping 

95-007955 
Genetics 

95-007955 
RNA 

95-007955 
Acquldens pulcher 
Boliavior 

95-OOB03Q 
Predator/Pcoy Relationships 

Q5-OOQ030 
Shoaling tlDnavlor 

95-OOS03Q 
Temperature 

95-OOB03O 
Aetobntus itarinari 
Cytology 

95-007918 
DNA 

95-007518 
f-fonoBenca 

95-OOB766 
faros it eg /Diseases 

95-008766 

Tromatodcs 

95-008766 



Agonostomus raonticola 
Endangered Populations 

95-009449 
Management /Research- -Estuaries 

95-009449 
Stock Assessment 

95-009'i49 

Agonus cataphractus 
Cardiovascular System 

95-007598 
Early Development 

95-007598 
Hypoxia 

95-007598 
Elespi ration 

95-007598 
Akko 

New Genus 

95-008382 

Akko dionnea 

New Species 

95-008382 
Osteology 

95-008382 
Alhurnus alburnus 
Age /Growth 
95-008291 
Alarm Reaction 

95-008027 
Behavior 

95-008027 
Bioenetgetics 

95-008254 
Chemoreception 
95-008027 
Early Development 
95-000254 
95-008291 
Feeding Experiments 

95-008254 

Fish Kills 

95-008796 

foods/Feeding 

95-008027 

95-008254 

Interspecies Relationships 
95-008027 
Larvae 

95-008254 
Nematodcs 

95-008796 
Parasites/Diseases 
95-008796 
pll 

95-008291 
Predator/Prey Relationships 

95-008027 
Vision 

95-008027 
Alestes 
Taxonomy 

95-008396 
Alestes dentex 
History 

95-008396 
Species Identification 

95-008396 
Algansca lacustris 
Abundance /Factors of 

95-009310 

Brood Stock 

95-009310 



FR 40(4) 



1995 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



.. .CONTINUED... 
Algansea lacusLris 
Culture/ Propagation 

95-005310 
Management/Research- -Lakes 

95-009310 
Production 
95-009310 
Stocking/ Int reductions 

95-009310 
Supplemental Stocking 

95-009310 
Allacyttus niger 
Carcass Traits 

95-00756'i 
Fatty Acids 

95-00756'i 
Lipld Composition 

95-007564 

ALlocyttus verrucosua 
Carcass Traits 

95-00756*1 
Fatty Acids 

95-00756'. 
Lipld Composition 

95-007564 

Allothunnus fallal 
Catch Pec Unit Effort 

95-00954 4 
Distribution/ Seasonal 

95-009544 
Foods/ Feeding 

95-009544 
Life History/General 

95-009544 
Management/ Re search- -Marine 

95-00954'. 

Reproductive Cycle 
95-0095'.'. 
Species Diversity 

95-009544 
Stock Assessment 

95-009544 
Zoogeography 

95-009544 
Alopias 
Allozymos 

95-008388 
Population Genetics 

95-OOQ38B 
Taxonomy 

95-008388 
Variation Studies 

95-008368 
Alopias pelagicus 
Allozymes 
95-008388 
Species Identification 

95-008388 
Variation Studies 

95-008388 

Alopiaa fluperciliosus 
Allozymes 

95-008388 

Species Identification 
95-0083B8 
Variation Studies 

95-008386 
Alopias vulpinus 
Allozymeg 
95-008388 
DNA 
95-007929 



...CONTINUED,, , 

Alopias vulpimi3 

Gene Mapping 

V5 -0079 29 

Species Identified 011 

95-OQBJSH 
Variation SUullns 



Alosa ncsLivnlls 
Culture /Pri|tiif[iit \ 

95-OQB772 
Formalin 



95-00*772 
Trcnlmunt 



TremalotlcH 
93-008772 
Aloaii clirysoi' 
Distribul U 



Stoc:k Asji^Msiiii'tit 

95-0093) l\ 
Alosa CullnH 

Endangers 1 1 I'l^mlu 1 ' 

95-OOU06T 
Habitat I'rotcrl 1(iil 

95-4)0906') 
HaiiagcmcnlJHiiSCiii''' 

95-009069 
Aloaa pgiHHlnlinrciijii 1 * 



Competition 



95-noiai/ 
Hana(',piin!ni./Hi'ti!-ii 

95-009217 
Planning 

95-009^17 
PolycliUirhinli'il 

95-001151'. 
Population liliull 

95-0(1131 til 
Stoc.hlnfl/]iH ttiili 

95-00 92 IV 
To-xliKvldRV 

95-00 HO l'i 
TranHl>lunli'i1 Sjj 

95 -0002 IV 
Tropltln KnhiLli 

95-009217 
Aloaa aapiilJ Btil'iU 
Age/Cftiwl li 



95-007192 
Condition Kni-tora 

95-007192 
Cultural I'fuiutK'i I t'*n 

95-007192 

95-007239 
Early Dovi'linrn'in 



Embryolofly 
95-Q0752:t 



FR 40(4) 



390 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



. , .CONTINUED... 
Alosa sapldlssitna 
Hatching 

95-007523 
Laboratory Spawning 

95-007239 
La rvae 

95-C07192 , , 

Hanagerae(iURirch--RivBrs and 

SLceams 

95-007230 
95-009180 
HarklngrrnMlnR/Tottacyclino 

95-OB7239 

Hartlng/Tagglng/Wirc fags 

95-007239 
HurtalUy Rates 

9^-007192 
Osteology 

Q5 -007523 
Production 
95-007235 
Restoration of Anadromous Runa 

95-009180 
Salinity 

95-007192 
Stocking/Introductions 

95-007219 
95-009180 
Survival 
95-007239 
95-009 1BO 
Ambassis narna 
Brain 

95-007171 
Morphology 
95-007471 
imb lop 11 tea 

AgelSex Relationships 

95-OOB<i02 
Coloration 
95-008402 
AmtlcpHtes arlommis 

Distribution/Geographical 

95-007981 
DHiV 

95-0079^1 
Gene Happing 
95-007981 
Stack IdentlticaLlon 

95-0079B1 

tobloplltes constcllatus 
Distrlbution/Geogcaphical 

95-007981 

ma 

95-0079S1 
Gene Happing 
95-007981 
Stock Identification 

95-007981 
Ambloplites rupcstrls 

Bis tribution /Geographical 

95-0079B1 
DHA 

95-007981 

Gene Happing 

95-007981 

Stock Identification 
95-0079B1 

Amblyglyphldodon curacao 
Foods/Feeding 

95-008055 
Arneiutus 
Lesions 
95-008'i20 



FR 



...CONTINUED. .. 
Ameiurua 

Neoplasms 
95-OOB420 

Paraaites/Dlseases 

95-008'.20 
Ameiurus catus 

Environmental Impacts 

95-009170 
Foods /Feeding 

95-009160 
Ameiurua melas 
Calcium 

95-007620 
Catecholamlnes 

95-007620 
Endocrinology 

95-007620 
Fungal Diseases 

95-008632 
Liver 

95-007620 
Parasites/Diseases 

95-008632 
Araeiurus nebulosus 

Biological Indicators 

95-008902 
Kidneys 

95-008890 
Neoplasms 

95-008902 
Parasites/Diseases 

95-008902 
Pollution Detection 

95-008Q90 
Toxicology 

95-008890 
Vitellogcnln 

95-008902 
XenoMotics 

95-008890 

Ameiurus platycephalua 
Environmental Impacts 



95-009170 
Amla calva 
Evolution 

95-007920 
Fins 

95-007920 
Genetics 

95-007920 
Interspaces Relationships 

95-008137 
Nests/Nesting 

95-000137 
Reproduction 

95-008137 
Variation Studies 

95-007920 

Anrnocrypta a^prella 
Endangered Populations. 

95-009026 
Artnoctypta pellucida 

Distribution/ Geographical 

95-0083'i'i 
Endangered Populations 

95-009026 
Population Studies 

95-008344 
Aranodytea 

Abundance /Factors of 

95-008209 



391 



1995 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



.. .CONTINUED... 
Arrrnodytes 

Cue rents 
95-008208 

Distribution/Geographical 

95-009470 

Di s Lrlbutionf Seasonal 
93-008209 
Food Supply 

93-008208 
Foods/Feeding 
95-008209 
Ice 

95-008208 

95-008209 

Larval Drift 

95-008208 
Aismodytes marinus 
Enzynms 

95-007927 
Isozymes 

95-007927 
Species Identification 

95-007927 
Variation Studies 

95-007927 

Ammodytes personatus 
Ichthyoplankton 
95-009 Wb 
95-009W 

Management/ Research -Marine 
93-009-496 
95-009497 
Population Studies 
95-009496 
95-009497 
Sampling 

95-0091)97 

Ammodytes tobianus 
Enzymes 

95-007927 
JsOEym-as 
95-007927 

Species Identification 
95-007927 
Variation Studies 

95-007927 
Amphiprlon 
Symbiosis 

95-OOB073 
Amphlprion clackl 
Hate Selection 

95-006024 
Monogamy 

95-008024 
Movements 
95-OOB024 
Sex Reversal 

95-008024 

Amphlprion frenatus 
Mate Selection 
95-008024 
Honogamy 

95-008024 
Movements 
95-008024 
Sex Reversal 

95-OOB024 

Amphiprion perldetalon 
Mate Selection 

95-008024 
Honogamy 
95-008024 



...CONTINUED... 
Amphiprion per Id *t va Ion 

HoveraonLs 



Sex RcvcrBiiil 

95-008024 

Anabaa LesludUiciii" 
Culturo/Propn[[nL!<i 

95-007235 
Anarhlchas lupus 

Culturc/l'i'tipnR"' I"" 

93-OOB7H3 
Forma Idcliyclfl 



95-OOQ7H3 
Treatment. 



Treinatodcs 
95- 0067 tW 
Anclioa nill.i'.lii III 



Hiomaas 
95-0094M1 
DlsU-ll)iitln 

95-OOH'ill 
93-009'tM 
La go OHH 



<)5- 

fls-ooo'isa 

MOVCIHQHI.H 



95-01) 2H> 



Rcprodiicl.li'"' 

95-00 W,( 
Scnaou 

9D-OOH411i 
Spccld'i Hlvi' 

93-OOlCitl 
Stock A8!n*n! 

95-01) 'J'lDM 
Tcmpwnn.ui i" 



Troplilr llnl 
gD-DIWi't'.! 
Ytolil 

95 -new ma 

iiBulll" 
Osmor* rt" I ft 



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|..ti1ilvx 



SnlliiUy 



95-007'Hll 



FR 



392 



SYSTEMATIC 



.CONTINUED- 



95-007306 

AnoxLa 
95-G07B66 

Bloenetgetlcs 
95-007866 
Bird 



Brain 

95-007B19 
Carcass Traits 

95-007106 
Cdlovaicul 



95-007605 

CheMtecepllo" 
95-007839 
Chloride Cells 
95 -00 7 649 
95-007678 
Chrocnaffin Cells 
05-007805 

Cc^ercial Fishing 
95-009029 

CuluirefPtopasa" 01 
95-OQ730& 
95-007368 

Diets 

95-007306 



Early Development 
95-008158 



95-007922 

Excretory S 

95-007306 



95-007366 
C M r Selectivity 

95-009029 
Gene Happing 
95-D07922 
Genetics 
95-007922 
95-007972 
Gills 
95-0076119 
Glucose 

95-0077B7 
Gonads 
95-007^96 
Heart 
95-007589 



95-007678 
Hypoula 
95-007866 
lamine Response 
95-00 7 B67 
liiruuoB^ bulina 
95-007809 
ion Transport 
95-007649 
95-007&7B 
Karyo types 
95-007972 



.CONTINUED. . 
AngulUa anguilla 
Lactate Metabolism 

95-007787 
Lactic Acid 

95-007796 
Length Frequencies 

95-009029 
Llpid Content 
95-007306 
05-007819 
Llpid Metabolism 
95-007306 
95-007368 

Liver 

95-007368 
Lymphatic Systcn, 

95-007867 

arrmal Prcdatlon 



a 

95-009290 
Metabolic Rates 

95-007B66 
Migration 

95-008158 
Modeling 

95-009029 
Morphology 
95-007496 
Neraatodes 

95-008779 
Nets /Fyke Nets 

95-009029 
NltroEuran 
95-008480 
Nutrition 
95-007306 
95-007368 
Orientation/Homing 

95-007839 
Osmoregulatlon 

95-007649 
95-007922 

Oxygen 
95-007866 
Parasites/Diseases 

95-0084BO 
95-008779 
peptldes 

95-007589 
Population Studies 

95-008158 
pressure Effects 

95-007819 
Production 
95-00736B 

protein Metabolism 
95-007368 

Salinity 

95-007649 
Season 

95-008158 

Sexine 
95-007496 

Stress 
95-007649 
95-007805 



95-007786 
95-007787 

Tides 

95-OOB15B 



1995 



393 



FR 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



. . .CONTINUED. . . 
Anguillfl anguilla 
Time Series Analysis 

95-008158 
Treatment 

93-OOB480 
Treatment Residues 

95-008480 
Variation Studies 

95-007922 
Anguilla australis 

or*A 

95-007926 
Gene Happing 

95-007926 
Hatching 

95-00687'. 
Modality Factors 

95-008874 
Pulp Hill Effluents 

95-008974 
Stock Identification 

95-007926 
Variation Studies 

95-007926 

Anguilla dleffenbachii 
Colonization 

95-OOS339 
Distribution/Factors of 

95-008339 
DMA 

95-OD7926 
Gene Happing 

95-007926 
Management/Research- -Lakes 

95-008339 
Stock Identification 

95-007926 
Variation Studies 

95-007926 
Anguilla japonica 
Cu 1 ture J Ptopa gation 
95-007773 
95-008659 
95-008602 
Diagnostic Techniques 

95-008662 
Egg a 

95-007773 
Endocrinology 

95-007747 
Ichthyoplankton 

95-009497 
Induced Maturation 
95-Q0774S 
95-007773 

Management /Research-- Marine 

95-009497 
Oogenesis 

95-007773 
Parasites /Diseases 

95-008659 

95-008662 
P 

95-007748 
Population Studies 

95-009497 
Proteins 

95-007747 

95-007773 
Protoaoan Diseases 

95-006659 

95-008*62 



--.CONTINUED.. . 
Angiillla JjiponSra 
Sampling 

95-009497 
SpermaiogeiioslB 
95-007747 
95-007748 

Anguilla relnfini-iltll 
Helminths 

95-0087&5 
Anguilla roalrnla 
Adrenerglc Syslwi 

95-00760,1 
Calcium 

95-007620 
Cacdioviiaciil.-ic Sj,ttr-n 

95-0075B3 
Ca tec hoi ami iu:n 
95-007620 
95-007805 
ChcoraiifFin Ct-lls 

95-007Q05 
Comnercinl KlaMn K 

95-009133 
Endocrinology 

95-007620 

Fislierinan/AiiHliii- Sutvf 
95-00913J 
Genetics 

95-007972 
Gill ['nraali.i'H 

95-OOH771 
Heart 

95-007SBJ 
Karyo typos 
95-007972 
Lesions 
95-009133 
I.iver 

95-007620 
Manage men t / ll-u s p n irli . -| , 

95-009133 

ManagcrnentyitflBPflU'Ti-'R 
Streams 
95-009133 

MoitOgGTKM 

95-OOa77l 
Paraslteg/Dliipflacii 
95-OOB771 
95-009133 
Peptidcs 

95-007583 
Stress 

95-007805 
Anguillidno 

Bacterial Ulsciiand 

95-008^57 
Cul tucQ/ P fO]uij54l t. i un 

95-008'(57 
Migration 

95-008155 
Parasitoa/DigcnBPs 
95-006^57 
Viral Di sea sas. 

95-008457 
Angui Hi formes 

BrackisliHnUr CllUlif* 
95-007266 
Culture/Propngatinn 

9S-0072S8 
Economics 

95-007268 
Marketing 
95-007268 



FR 40(4) 



394 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



. . .CCKNTlNUEn. . - 
An&ui 1 1 ifonnes 

Kusciuii Col lee. t ions 

95-OOB4I2 
Poncl Culture 

95 -007268 
Production 
95-00726B 
Taxonomy 

93-OQS412 

Anoplarchus imirpurescens 
B loniass 

95-OOBB32 
Coastal Habitat 



Aphanopus intetinedlus 
Species Identification 



Habitat Al tern tlons 

95-OOBB32 
Management /Research- -Marine 

95-008632 
Oil Pollution 

95-QOBB32 
Population Studies 

95-008832 

Anoplopoma Flmbria 
Coranerclal Fishing 

95-009282 
Economics 

95-009282 
Life History/General 

95-0081(18 
Management /Koscarch- -Marine 

95-OD9455 

95-009536 
Model ing 

95-089282 
Population SLiidies 



Entry 



95-009282 
Stock Assessment 

95-009^55 

95-009536 

Anthias squnmlpinnis 
DNA 

95-0079<)'i 
Gene Happing 

95-00799'. 
Genetics 



Sen Determination 

95-007994 
Aphanopus 

Distriliution/CcoErapliical 

93-008407 
Taxonomy 



phanoiius arigato 
New Species 



Species IdeiiLiEication 

95-OOa'i07 
Aphanojius beckeri 
Hew Species 



Species Identification 

95-008(107 

Aphanop-us caprlcornls 
New Species 

95-OOBd07 
Spocles Identification 



A ph an opus cacbo 

Species Identification 
95-008107 



Aplmnopus microphthalmus 
Species Identification 

95-OQ8'i07 
Aphanopus mikliailini 

Species Identification 

95-008'i07 

Apistogranma bitaenlata 
Aquariums 

95-007^0^ 
Laboratory Spawning 

95-007'.0'i 
Life History/General 

95-007404 

Aplocheilus chevalieri 
Agonistic Behavior 

95-007602 
Aquariums 

95-007402 
Courtship 

95-007402 
Culture /Propagation 

95-007402 
Laboratory Spawning 

95-007402 
Aplodactylidae 
Evolution 

95-007487 
Osteology 

95-007487 

Aplodinotus grunniens 
Fecundity 
95-008142 
Gonatls 

95-008142 
Length-Weight Relationships 

95-008278 
Maturation 
95-008142 
Oogenesis 

93-008112 
Reproduction 

95-008142 
Reproductive Cycle 

95-008142 
Season 

95-008142 

Apteronotus albifrons 
Genetics 

95-007933 

Karyotypes 

95-007933 

Archosargus rliomboldalis 
Bacterial Diseases 

95-008560 
Parasites/Diseases 

95-008560 
Arctozenus rissoi 

Distribution/Geographical 

95-008379 
Heristic Studies 

95-008379 
Morphometry 

95-008379 
Species Identification 

95-008379 
Arius fells 

Abundance/ Seasonal 

95-008358 
Management /Research- -Estuaries 

95-00835& 



FR 10(4) 



395 



1995 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



.. -CONTIWIJED. .. 
Arins fells 

Population Studies 

95-008358 
Arius graeffei 
HelrninLhs 

95-008825 
Monogenca 

95-OOBB25 
Parasites/diseases 

95-008825 
Arothron mcleagris 
Body Form 
95-0074S5 
Fins 

95 -007485 
Swimming Perfoniance 

95-007485 

Arotliron nigropunctatus 
Body Komi 
95-007485 
Fins 

95-007'iB5 

Swimming Performance 
95-0074S5 

Astatoreochrorais alluaudi 
DNA 

95-007909 
95-007996 
Evolution 

95-007909 
Foods/Feeding 

95-008822 
Gene Happing 

95-007996 
Genetics 
95-007909 
95-007096 
Invertebrates 

95-008822 
Variation Studies 
95-007909 
95-007996 
Vector Control 

95-008822 

Astrocongcr myrtaster 
Culture/Propagation 

95-007342 
Food Conversion Efficiency 

95-007342 

Pro [I action 

95-007342 

AgtronesUies 

Distribution/Geographic;,! 
95-008406 
Taxonomy 

95-008406 

AstroncsUms chrysophekadion 
species Identification 

95-008406 

AsLronesLhes fedorovi 
New Species 
95-008406 

Species IdenLification 

95-008406 

Astronesthes Ijimai 
Species Identification 
95-008406 

Astronesthes lucifer 
Species Identification 

95-00840& 

Astronesthes martensi 
Species Identification 
95-009406 



Agtronotus occllatus 
Agonistic Beliavior 

95-008007 
Behavior 

95-008007 
Coloration 
95-008D07 
Astyanax mexicomis 
Aquariums 

95-0073-83 
Stocking/ InLroducLl 

95-007333 
Atherina 
Osteology 



Taxonomy 

95-008416 
Atherina boycci 

Hanagemen t / Resen rcli - - Uk 

95-009293 
Mierohabitat 

9S-009293 
Species IdentiflcaLLon 

95-008*16 
Stocking/ Introduction i 

95-009293 
Variation Stndiea 



Athorinifarneg 
Evolution 

95-007520 
Osteology 

95-007520 
Taxonomy 

95-007520 
Atherinops affinls 
Copper 

95-008867 
Salinity 

95-0088&7 
Sodium 

95-008867 
Toxicity TeatliiR 

95-008807 
Atherlnosoma 

Di H t ributi on / KGOB rn |>l i i en I 

95-008322 
SaliniLy 
95-008322 
Atractoscion 
Allozymes 

95-007906 
Bays 

95-009171 
Environmanlal Impncis 

95-0091BZ 
Genetic Diversity 

95-007906 
Genetics 

95-007906 

Hatchery/Wild Populations 
95-007906 
95-009182 

Management /Resoarcli-. Marina 
95-009162 
95-009171 
95-009182 

Stocking/Introductions 
95-007906 
95-009162 
95-009171 
95-009182 



FR 40(4) 



396 



IS1 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Atractoscio-n nobilis 
Supplemental Stocking 
95-009162 
9S-007171 
95-009162 
Survival 

95-009173 
Aulonocarn 

Interspecies Relationships 
95-009022 
Austrcmienidia 
Foods /Feed Ing 

95-007470 
laws 

95-007470 
Musculature 

95-007470 
Awaous tajasica 

Endangered Populations 



Fish Kills 

95-OOB796 
Management /Research- -Estuaries 

55-009*19 
Nnma Lottcs 

95-OOB796 
Para si tea /Diseases 

95-OOB796 
Stock Assessment 

95-009449 
Bagre panamcnsis 

Distribution/ Seasonal 

95-009530 
Exploitation Rates 

95-009530 
Management/ Research- -Marine 

95-009530 
Stock. Assessment 

95-009530 

Bairdiella clirysoura 
Commarcinl Flsliing 

95-009429 
Economic Value 

95-009429 
Mamma L Preilation 

95-009429 
Management/Research- -Estuaries 



Hortnllty Factors 

M- 009 ft 29 

Enlialapus undulatus 
Foods/Fecdinu 

95-003231 
EallsLcs VQtulii 
Foods /Feeding 

95-007534 
Jaws 

95-007534 
Houth Parts 

95-00753/. 
Huaculatwro 



Variation Studies 
9S-00753/. 

Batbatula barbatnia 



95-00 9 4 U 
Distribution/Factors of 



Flow Regimes 

95-009114 
Habitat Selection 
95-009<il<i 



. ..CONTINUED.-. 
Barbatula barhntula 
Mammal Predntio;! 

95-008253 
Microhabitat 

95-0091 
Substrate Composition 

95-0094 11 

Barhodcs gonlanot-us 
Cu 1 ture/ Propagn tion 

95-008801 
Fertilization/Soil and Water 

95-008804 
Lesions 

95-OflflBOI 
Neoplasms 

95-008804 
Paras lies /Diseases 

95-00880(1 
Sewage Effluents 

95-008804 
Swimhladdci- Ectasia 

95-008804 
Water Quality 

95-000804 
Barbus 

Activity Patterns 

95-008048 
Allozymes 

95-008403 
Culture/ Propagation 

95-008048 
Evolution 

95-007938 

95-008403 
Karyo- types 

95-007938 
Ploldy Levels 

95-007938 
Polyploldy 

95-007938 
Reproduction 

95-008048 
Social Behavior 

95-008048 
Taxonomy 

95-007938 

95-008377 

95-008403 
Barbus afer 

Age/Sex Relationships 

95-007462 
Nuptial Tubercles 

95-007462 
Sexual Dimorphism 

95-007402 
Barbus asper 

Age/Sex Relationships 

95-007462 
NupLial Tubercles 

95-007462 
Sexual Dimorphism 

95-007462 
Bar bus barbus 

Abundance /Factors of 

95-009117 
Biocnergetics 

95-007728 
Cardiovascular System 

9)5-007728 
Habitat Alterations 

95-Q09U7 
Impoundment 

95-009117 



FR 40(4) 



397 



1995 



SYSTEMATIC 


INDEX 


...CONTINUED.,. 




Barbus barbus 


. . .CONTINUED.. . 


Metabolic Rates 


Barbus mcridioiialia poterwJ 


95-007728 


Managemeiit/RespjirrJ, m 


Migration 


Streams 


95-007728 


95-003337 


Nomatodes 


Stock Assessment 


95-003797 


95-009337 


Parasites/Diseases 


Barbus paLudini>siis 


95-008797 


Manager] en t/Re a eai-rii n 


Stock Assessment 


95-009422 "" pien ' 


95-009117 


Population Similes 


Temperature 


95-009422 


95-007728 


Barbus pet it] can 1 


flarbus barbus bocagci 


Karyo typos 


Bird Predation 


95-007938 


95-008244 


Ploidy Levels 


Barbus barbus sclateri 


95-007938 


Endangered Populations 


Darbus qiiiitlilnrab^o 


95-009069 


Dlstrilnitlon/Cenp-niilii r-ai 


Habitat Protection 


95-008340 ' ' 


95-009069 


Barbus trimaculntus 


Management /Research--fii>nn>",i 




95-009069 (-Miami 


95-009422 


Darbus bynni occidcntalls 


Population Suullc-a 


Karyo types 


95-009122 


95-007938 


Barbus wurtzl 


.Ploidy Levels 


Karyo types 


95-007938 


95-007938 


Barbus cyclolopis 


Ploidy Levels 


Abundance /Fac iocs of 


95-007938 


95-009337 


Basllichthys 


Hanagement/Research--Rtvers and 
Streams 


Foods /Feeding 
95-007470 


95-Q09'337 


Jaws 


Stock Assessment 


95-007470 


95-009337 


Musculature 


Barbus luteus 


95-007470 


Distribution/Factors of 


Bathygoblus soporator 


95-008343 


Cardiovascular Sysltri 


Distribution/Geographical 


95-00780] 


95-008343 


Oxygen 


Salinity 


95-007801 


95-008343 


Respiration 


Barbus marcquensis 


95-007801 


Bioaccurnulation 


Temperature 


95-008984 


95-007801 


GUIs 


Bathylagus pacificua 


95-008984 


Activity Patterns 


Lead 


95-0081B6 


95-008984 


Distribution/Vertical 


Liver 


95-008186 


95-008984 


Foods /Food Ing 


Management/ Research- -Bo HH i 


95-008186 


95-009422 CS 


Belotiesox belizanus 


Manganese 


Aquariums 


95-OQ89S4 


95-007396 


Musculature 


Culture/Propagation 


95-008984 


95-007396 


Osteology 
95-008984 


Foods /Fee ding 
95-007396 


Population Studies 


Gene Mapping 


95-009422 


95-007959 


Strontium 


Variation Studies 


95-OtiS9S4 


95-0079S9 


Toxicology 
95-008984 


Benthobetis morcsbyi 
Cytology 


Barbus mattozi 


95-007918 


Mana gcmenty Research-- Re serv 1 


DNA 


95-009422 rvcurs 


93-007918 


Population Studies 


Betta splendens 


95-009422 


Aggressive Behavior 


Abundance/Factors > f te " yi 


95-007498 
95-007499 



95-009337 



FR 40(4) 



398 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



. , .CONTINUED... 

fletta splondens 

Antibodies 



Dacterial Di senses 

95-008484 
Cul Lure/Propagation 



Musculature 

95-007108 

95-007499 
Nervous Systcjii 

95-007499 
Os I co logy 

95-007498 
Parasir.es/Diseases 



&etla uttirnacnlata 
Aquariums 

95-007414 
Behavior 

95-007414 
Early Development 

95-007114 

ll.rllClll.llg 

95-007414 
Laboratory Spawning 

95-007414 
NesLs /Nesting 

95-007484 
Reproduction 

95-007414 
Bidyanus bidyamis 
Bacterial Diseases 

95-008615 
Bird P red at Ion 

95-007241 
Cult nre /propagation 

95-007240 

93-007241 

95-007242 

95-008615 
Economics 

95-007241 
FingcrliiiR Production 

95-007240 
Paras lies /Diseases 

95-008615 
Pond Culture 

95-007240 

95-007242 
Peculator Control 

95-007241 
Production 

95-007240 

95-007242 
Rearing Density 

95-CG724O 
Bl emit us can a vac 

DlsLirlliutlon/Ceojsraphlccil 

95-GOB317 
Merl3tlc Studies 

95-OOB317 
Morpliranctry 

95-003317 
Blcnnlus ptinUs 
llypaxiu 

95-007578 
Oxygen 

95-007578 
Respiration 

95-007578 
Slices bjocrkna 

Blstciliution/Factors of 

95-008098 



...CONTINUED. .. 
Blicca bjocrkna 
Early Development 

95-009312 
Flow Regimes 

95-009401 
Foods/Feeding 

95-007535 

95-009312 
Gill Rakers 

95-007535 
Habitat Alterations 

95-009401 
Mana gcmcn t/Research--Laikes 

95-009312 

Management /Research- -Rivers and 
Streams 

95-009'.01 
Hoprocluction 

95-008098 
Stock Assessment 

95-008098 

95-009401 
Trophic Relationships 

95-009312 
Year Class Strength 

95-009401 

liodiaiius pulehcllus 
Culture /Propagation 

95-007279 
Larvae 

95-007279 
Rccirculating Systems 

95-007279 
Survival 

95-007279 

Uoesmanlchthys firmarnGntum 
Tetrode toxin 

95-007683 
Toxins 

95-007683 
Hoops boops 

Distribution /Seasonal 

95-009427 
Early Development 

95-009427 
Management /Reaearcb--Estuaries 

95-009127 
Nursery Areas 

95-009427 
Population Studies 

95-009427 
Scagraas Beds 

95-009427 
Trophic Relationships 

95-009427 
lloreogatEus saida 

Abundance /Factors of 

95-008209 
Behavior 

95-008081 
Biological Indicators 

95-008909 
By catch 

95-009522 
Catch Per Unit Effort 

95-009522 
Cul ture / P ropagation 

95-008081 
Currents 

95-008208 
Cy to chrome P450 

95-008909 



FK 40(4) 



399 



1995 



. .CONTINUED... 
Boreogadiis saida 

Distribution/Seasonal 

95-008209 
Early Development. 

95-008081 
FooJ Supply 

95-009208 
Foods/Feeding 

95-008209 
Ice 

95-008209 
Laboratory S pawni ng 

95-008081 
Larvae 

55-008081 

Larval Drift 

95-008208 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



95-009522 
Maturation 

95-008909 
Nursery Areas 

95-009522 
Oil Pollution 
95-006909 
HioLopcriodlsn] 

95-008081 
Pollution 
95-008909 



Spawning 

95-oo.Boai 

Tenpera ture 
95-008081 
95-008909 
Bothidae 



Morphology 

93-007529 

Brachyistius frenatus 
Abundance/Factors of 

95-0081Q2 
Age/Growth 

95-008182 
Food Supply 

95-008162 
Foods /Feed Ing 

95-008185 

Life History /General 

95-0081S2 
Brama japonica 
Age/Sex Relationships 

95-OOS17B 
Bycatch 

95-009234 
Gear Selectivity 

95-009234 



Migration 

95-008178 
Brevoortia 



95-006747 

Parasites/Diseases 
95-008747 
Viral Diseases 
95-008747 

Brevoortia patronus 
Age /Growth 
95-008287 



COMTINUED.. 
Brevoortia pattonlls 
Forecaating 

95-008287 
Freshwater I n f low 
95-008287 
Management, | (l , 9 

95-003287 
Modeling 

95-008287 
Salinity 

95- 0082 7 

Temperature 

95-OOB2B7 

Brevoortia tyrniwu, 

Catch Por Unit >:ff (1 ,, 

95-009241 
Gonaria 

95-007626 
Reproductive Cyclf. 

95-007626 
Spawning 

95-007626 
Stock Assessmcril 



. 

' r ' 



Tempera turo 
95-007626 



95-008101 

Species -IdcntincaUoa 
95-008103 

pnro B tlinbaolj 



Species Wentlf Scat ion 

95-006101 
Caclarinchus 
Otoliths 
95-007497 
Taxonomy 

95-007497 
Variation Studies 

95-007497 
Caelorinclms ncnn 
Otoliths 

95-007497 

Caelorinchus brauerl 
Otoliths 

95-007497 

Caelorinchua caclorlihicm 
Otollths 

95-007497 

Caelorinclius fnsclatus 
Otoltths 

95-007497 
Caalorlnchus occn 
Otoliths 

95-007197 

Calamoichthys ealnlackiu 
Air Breathing 

95-007602 

Respiratory System 
95-007602 
Callionymus 

Ichthyop lank ton 
95-009496 
95-009497 

Management/nGscarcli-Hiirlr 

95-009496 

95-009497 
Population Studies 

95-009496 



FR 40(4) 



400 



SYSTEMATIC INDEX 



...CONTINUED, , . 
Callionynus 

Population Studies 

95-009497 
Sampling 

95-009497 

CalHonymus lyrn 

Biosorption 

95-008876 
Pollution Detection 

95-008B76 
Xcnob-lotlcs 

95-006876 

Campostoroa anonaliim 
Al lazy me a 

95-007946 
Genetics 

95-0070'ifi 
Pollution 

93-007446 
Variation studies 

93-007946 
Water Qiiiility 

95 -G 079*16 

Caiithorlilnes macrocc-rus 
Abna-tTialltles 

95-007405 
CnlciiloslH 
95-007435 
C LI 1 lu re / P i-opa gn 1. 1 on 

95-007495 
Excretory System 

95-007495 
Foads/t'endlnfj 

95 -00753 'i 
JHsLulogy 



Jaws 

95-007534 
Moulli Pai'ta 

95-007534 
Musculature 

95- 00753 'i 
Paraslt.es/Dlscasf3H 



VarinLlon SLuilios 

95-00753/1 

aranx [li'llcatlsslimis 
Hov-cmQin.s 

95-009153 
TclcmKLry 
95-0&9153 
tranx dunLox 
H\nt ilxitlias 
95-00(1735 
Har.l.^r U[ niscasos 

95~OOfl55J 
Disease Control 



tJerm Mapping 
95-007961 

jonotLcs 
95-007961 



95-0005.13 
95-OaS73f, 
95-008735 



95-O07961 
arLnUon Studios 
95-007061 
erLcbcal Counts 
95-00796! 



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CaraiiK dentex 
Viral Diseases 
95-008734 
95-008735 

Viral Nervous Necrosis 
95-008734 
95-000735 
Caranx hippos 

Abundance /Seasonal 
95-008358 



Population Studies 

95-000358 

Caranx kalla 

Ago/firowth 

95-01)80(14 

Age/Sex Rclationahiiis 
95-008084 
Carmorcial Fiahinn 

95-008084 
Condition Factors 

95-008004 
Foods/Feoiling 

95-008081 

Life History/General 
95-008084 

Management/Research- -Marine 

95-008004 
Reproduction 

95-003084 
Ca rag sins 
Taxonomy 

95-OOB392 
Cat-assius auratus 
Air Brcatlilng 
95-007602 
95-007763 
Anemia 

95-007067 
Anoxia 
95-007767 
95-007866 
Antibiotics 
95-008813 
95-008976 
Aquariums 
95-00725'i 
95-008812 
Dactarial Diseases 
95-008585 
95-008597 
95-008615 
95-008976 
Bacterlophagea 

95-007873 
Bioenergetics 
95-007