2002 LITERATURE EXCHANGE

31st Panel Meeting

from United States Aquaculture Panel, UJNR

to Japanese Aquaculture Panel, UJNR

 

 

Selected Titles

Compiled by Eileen M. McVey

Aquaculture Information Center

Library and Information Services Division

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Department of Commerce

 

 

October 2002
UNITED STATES JAPAN AQUACULTURE PANEL

LITERATURE EXCHANGE 2002

 

 

A.  ABSTRACTS

 

1.                   Fernandes, Joshua et al.  gAntibody reactivity to the major shrimp allergen in unexposed Orthodox Jews.h  Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.  109, (1): Abstracts S217. n.d.

2.                  Miller, Ron A.; Hawke, John P., and Thune, Ron L.  gEvaluation of a siderphore deficient and an AroA live attenuated vaccine for protection against Photobacterium damselae Subsp. piscicida in hybrid striped bass.h  Abstracts of the 26th Annual Eastern Fish Health Workshop.  2001: 6.

3.                  Reese, Gerald et al.  gEpitope mapping and mutational substitution analysis of the major shrimp allergen Pen a 1 (Tropomyosin).h  Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.  109, (1): Abstracts S307.

 

B.  BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

 

1.                   Bushek, David and Howell, Thomas L.  The effect of UV irradiation on Perkinsus marinus and its potential use to reduce transmission via shellfish effluents.  North Dartmouth, MA: University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth; (2000).
Note: NRAC Publication No. 00-008.

2.                  Flimlin, Gef.  Nursery and growout methods for aquacultured shellfish.  Northeastern Regional Aquaculture Center,  2000 Feb.
Note: NRAC Publication No. 00-002.

3.                  Gall, Ken and Rivara, Gregg.  HACCP guide for the aquaculture industry.  North Dartmouth, MA: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; (2000).
Note: NRAC Publication No. 00-005.

4.                  Kunz, Nancy; O'Dierno, Linda A.; Regenstein, Joe, and Chef Phillip Cragg.  Aquacultured products.  Recipes and information for chefs and food service professionals. North Dartmouth, MA: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; ND.
Note: NRAC Project No. 97-7.

5.                  Leavitt, Dale F. and Burt, William P.  Control of predators on cultured shellfish:  Exclusion strategies.  North Dartmouth, MA: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; (2000).
Note: NRAC Publication No. 00-007.

6.                  Louisiana Sea Grant College Program.  Offshore mariculture in the Gulf of Mexico:  A feasibility report.  Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803: Louisiana Sea Grant College Program and Waldemar Nelson International, Inc.; 2001. 253 pp, Appendix.

7.                  Mobile Bay National Estuary Program, Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, Auburn University Marine Extension  & Research Center. Mobile bay oyster gardening program training manual. 2001.
Note: Pagination varies
.

8.                  Mugg, Jennifer; Serrano, Augusto; Liberti, Angelo, and Rice, Michael A.  Aquaculture effluents:  A guide for water quality regulators and aquaculturists.  North Dartmouth, Massachusetts: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; (2000).
Note: NRAC Publication No. 00-003.

9.                  Spares, Scott J.; Buttner, Joseph K., and Leavitt, Dale F.  Aquaculture curricula resource guide.  A resource tool for the aquaculture educator.  North Dartmouth, MA: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; 2001.
Note: NRAC Publication No. 01-001.

10.             Stickney, R. R. and McVey, J. P.  Responsible marine aquaculture.  New York, NY: CABI Publishing ; 2002. 391 pp .

11.              Timmons, M. B. et al.  Recirculating aquaculture systems.  Ithaca, NY: Cayuga Aqua Ventures; 2001.

12.             Van Heukelem, William F. et al.  Optimal conditions for swimbladder inflation in striped bass larvae reared in intensive systems.  Dartmouth, MA: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; (2000).  Note: NRAC Publication No. 00-006.

13.             Wolke, Richard E.; Bengtson, David A.; Rice, Michael A., and Whittaker, Maureen. Diseases of cultured flatfish:  Diagnosis and prevention.  North Dartmouth, MA: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth; (2000).
Note: NRAC Publication No. 00-001.

14.             Wright, Anneka.  Neptune's table.  A view of America's ocean fisheries.  Washington, DC 20402: U.S. Government Printing Office; 2002 Jun. 214 pp.

 

C.  JOURNAL ARTICLES

 

1.                   Ayuso, R.; Lehrer, S. B., and Reese, G.  gIdentification of continuous, allergenic regions of the major shrimp allergen Pen a 1 (Tropomyosin).h  International Archives of Allerge and Immunology. 2002; 127:27-37.

2.                  Buchanan, John T.; Nickens, Amy D.; Cooper, Richard K., and Tiersch, Terrence R. gTransfection of Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) embryos.h  Marine Biotechnology. 2001; 3:322-335.

3.                  Buchanan, John T. et al.  gIn vivo transfection of adult Eastern oysters Crassostrea virginica.h  Journal of the World Aquaculture Society. 2001 Sep; 32(3):286-299.

4.                  Bridger, Christopher J.  gSustainable offshore aquaculture development in the Gulf of Mexico.h  World Aquaculture. 2001; 32(3):28-30.
Note: MASGP-01-016.

5.                  Carroll, Jeffrey W. et al.  gResponse and tolerance of toxigenic Vibrio cholerae 01 to cold temperatures.h  Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek. 2001; 79:377-384.
Note: MASGP-00-024.

6.                  Chang, Ernest S.; Chang, Sharon A., and Mulder, Eva P.  gHormones in the lives of crustaceans:  An overview.h  American Zoology. 2001; 41:1090-1097.

7.                  Dumbauld, Brett R.; Brooks, Kenneth M., and Posey, Martin H.  gResponse of an estuarine benthic community to application of the pesticide Carbaryl and cultivation of Pacific oysters (Crassostrea gigas) in Willapa Bay, Washington.h  Marine Pollution Bulletin. 2001; 42(10):826-844.

8.                  Ford, Susan E.; Xu, Zhe, and Debrosse, Gregory.  gUse of particle filtration and UV irradiation to prevent infection by Haplosporidium nelsoni (MSX) and Perkinsus marinus (Dermo) in hatchery-reared larval and juvenile oysters.h  Aquaculture. 2001; 194:37-49.

9.                  Gruebl, Tomas et al.  gDevelopment of an 18S rRNA gene-targeted PCR-based diagnostic for the blue crab parasite Hematodinium sp.h  Disease of Aquatic Organisms. 2002; 40:61-70.

10.              Kaufman, G. E. et al.  gMolecular analysis of Vibrio parahaemolyticus isolated from human patients and shellfish during US Pacific North-west outbreaks.h  Letters in Applied Microbiology. 2002; 34 :155-161.
Note: MASGP-00-025

11.              Kern, Frederick G.  gImpacts of introduced diseases, pests, and predators on marine fisheries and marine systems.h  Bulletin of National Research Institute of Aquaculture. 2001; Supplement 5:89-94.

12.             Lee, Kara J. and Watson, R. Douglas.  gExpression of crustacean (Callinectes sapidus) molt-inhibiting hormone in insect cells using recombinant Baculovirus.h  Journal of Experimental Zoology.  2002; 292:41-51.

13.             Lewis, Earl J.  gJuvenile oyster disease (JODI) and management strategies:  A review.h  Bulletin of National Research Institute of Aquaculture.  2001; Supplement 5:101-109.

14.             Lutz, C. Greg.  Production economics and potential competitive dynamics of commercial tilapia culture in the Americas. Costa-Pierce, B. A. and Rekocy, J. E., Eds. Tilapia Aquaculture in the Americas.  Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA: World Aquaculture Society; 2000; pp. 119-132.

15.             McLaughlin, Shawn M. and Faisal, Mohamed.  gPathogenesis of Perkinsus spp. in bivalve molluscs.h  Bulletin of National Research Institute of Aquaculture. 2001; Supplement 5:111-117.

16.             Messick, Gretchen.  gA review of potential diseases of blue crabs.h  Bulletin of National Research Institute of Aquaculture.  2001; Supplement 5:81-87.

17.             Nadala, Jr. E. Cesar B.; Tapay, Lourdes M., and Loh, Philip C.  gCharacterization of a non-occluded baculovirus-like agent pathogenic to penaeid shrimp.h  Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 1998; 33:221-229.

18.             Paniagua-Chavez, C. G. and Tiersch, T. R.  gLaboratory studies of cryopreservation of sperm and trochophore larvae of Eastern oyster.h  Cryobiology. 2001; 43:211-223.

19.             Shofer, Scott L. and Tjeerdema, Ronald S.  gSublethal effects of pentachlorophenol in abalone (Haliotis rufescens) veliger larvae as measured by 31P-NMR1.h  Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. Environmental Research, Section B. 2002; 51:155-160.

20.             Supan, John E. and Wilson, Charles A.  gAnalyses of gonadal cycling by oyster broodstock, Crassostrea virginica, (GMELIN), in Louisiana.h  Journal of Shellfish Research. 2001; 20(1):215-220.

21.             Watson, R. Douglas; Lee, Kara J., and Borders, Keven J.  gMolt-inhibiting hormone immunoreactive neurons in the eyestalk Neuroendocrine system of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus.h  Arthropod Structure & Development. 2001; 30:69-76.

22.             Watson, R. Douglas et al.  gMolecular cloning, expression, and tissue distribution, of Crustacean, molt-inhibiting hormone.h  American Zoologist. 2001; 41:407-417.

 

D.  PROCEEDINGS

 

1.                   Perkins. Bryan E.  Proceedings of the Aquaculture Products Safety Forum.  Mobile, AL: Alabama Sea Grant Extension Program; 1993 Jun.