LITERATURE EXCHANGE FROM JAPANESE
AQUACULTURE PANEL, UJNR,
TO THE UNITED STATES PANEL, UJNR
(from November, 1994 to September, 1995)
Hokkaido National Fisheries Research Institute
1. Sakanishi, Y. and N. Saga
Survival of female gametophytic cells of Laminaria diabolica Miyabe (Phaeophyta) in liquid
Fish. Sci., 60(5):623-624.
Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery
2. Awakura, T., K. Nagasawa and S. Urawa
Occurrence of Myxobolus arcticus and M. neurobius (Myxozoa:Myxosporea) in masu salmon
Oncorhynchus masou from Northern Japan.
Sci. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatcher, 49:35-40.
3. Ban, M.
Japan-Russia cooperative salmon research by the Hokuho maru in 1994.
Salmon Rep. Series, 39:121-128.
4. Ban, M.
Maturity of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) migrating around the Kuril Islands in autumn.
Salmon Rep. Series, 39:159-165.
5. Ban, M., H. Hasegawa and K. Abe
Relationship between feeding rate and physiological quality in hatchery-reared juvenile chum
salmon, Oncorhynchus keta.
Sci. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatcher, 49:27-33. (in Japanese with English summary)
6. Ishida, Y., K. Ohkuma, V. F. Bugaev and V. A. Tochilin
Reproductive characteristics of mature female chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in the
Pinacheva River, Kamchatka.
Sci. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatcher, 49:55-59.
7. Kaeriyama, M.
Ecology of salmonids in the North Pacific Ocean.
Env. Biol. Fish., 42:105-108.
8. Kaeriyama, M., S. Urawa and M. Fukuwaka
Variation in body size, fecundity, and egg size of sockeye and kokanee salmon, Oncorhynchus
nerka,released from hatchery.
Sci. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery, 49:1-9.
9. Mayama, H.
Overwintering life of juvenile masu salmon in stream.
Tech. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery, 164:33-40. (in Japanese)
10. Nagasawa, K. and M. Kaeriyama
Predation by fishes and seabirds on juvenile chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in coastal
waters of Japan: a review.
Sci. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery, 49:41-53. (in Japanese with English summary)
11. Seki, J. I. Shimizu, Y. Ueno, Y. Kawasaki and T. Kono
Composition and distribution of zooplankton in the south Okhotsk Sea and western North
Pacific Ocean off the Kuril Islands.
Salmon Rep. Series, 40:45-56. (in Japanese with English summary)
12. Shimizu, I., J. Seki,Y. Ueno, Y. Kawasaki and T. Kono
Distribution of nutrients and chlorophyll.a in the Okhotsk Sea and the Pacific Ocean off the
Kuril Islands during the feeding migration of juvenile salmon.
Salmon Rep. Series, 40:30-44. (in Japanese with English summary)
13. Shimizu, I, A. C. Espinos, R. Roa, J. L. Mendoza and M. Sakai
Nutrient loading from fish farms and the biological environment in the Chimehuin River.
Inf. Tec., 16:1-25. (in Spanish)
14. Shoji, T., K. Fujita, M. Ban, O. Hiroi, H. Ueda and K. Kurihara
Olfactory responses of chum salmon to amino acids are independent of large differences in salt
concentrations between fresh and sea water.
Chem. Sense, 19(6):609-615.
15. Taylor, E. B., T. D. Beacham and M. Kaeriyama
Population structure and identification of North Pacific Ocean chum salmon (Oncorhynchus
keta) revealed by an analysis of minisatellite DNA variation.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 51:1430-1442.
16. Ueda, H., M. Kaeriyama, K. Yamauchi and K. Kurihara.
Homing mechanism of lacustrine sockeye salmon by visual sense.
Genetics, 48(11):6-7. (in Japanese)
17. Urawa, S. and T. Azuma
Bibliography of salmonids published in Japan (8).
Sci. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery, 49:61-72.
18. Urawa, S. and K. Nagasawa
Prevalence of Myxobolus arcticus (Myxozoa: Myxosporea) in five species of Pacific salmon in
the North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea.
Sci. Rep. Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery, 49:11-19.
19. Winans, G. A., P. B. Aebersold, S. Urawa and N. V. Varnauskaya
Determining continent of origin of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) using genetic stock
identification techniques: status of allozyme baseline in Asia.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 51(Suppl, 1):95-113.
Tohoku National Fisheries Research Institute
20. Asahida, T., H. Ida and K. Hayashizaki
Karyotypes and cellular DNA contents of some sharks in the order Carcharhiniformes.
JPN. J. Ichthyol., 42(1):21-26.
21. Kawamura, T. and H. Takami
Analysis of feeding and growth rate of newly metamorphosed abalone Haliotis discus hannai
fed on four species of benthic diatom.
Fish. Sci., 61(2):357-358.
22. Seki, T.
Seed production of Haliotis discus hannai ino.
The Heredity, 48(11):45-51. (in Japanese)
23. Takami, H., H. Yamakawa and H. Nakano
Survival and physiological stress of juvenile disk abalone Haliotis discus discus during long-
Fish. Sci., 61(1):111-115.
24. Taniguchi, K., K. Kurata, T. Maruzoi and M. Suzuki
Dibromomethane, a chemical inducer of larval settlement and metamorphosis of the sea urchin
Fish. Sci., 60(6):795-796.
National Research Institute of Fisheries Engineering
25. Kawamata, S.
Importance of physical disturbance for artificial development of nearshore rocky fishing
Fisheries Engineering, 31(2):103-110. (in Japanese with English summary)
26. Yamamoto, M., S. Hagino and K. Ishida
Study on physical factors to design of aquaculture grounds for short-necked clams.
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Fisheries Engineering, 16:1-28. (in Japanese with English summary)
27. Yamamoto, J., T. Takeuchi, A. Nakayama, S. Tabata and M. Ikeda
Field study on environmental effect of seawater exchange works at Shikanoshima fishing port.
Proceeding of Coastal Engineering JSCE, 41:1096-1100.. (in Japanese)
Japan International Research Center for
28. Kono, M., M. N. Wilder, T. Matsui, K. Furukawa, D. Koga and K. Aida
Chitinolytic enzyme activities in the hepatopancreas, tail fan and hemolymph of kuruma prawn
Penaeus japonicus during the molt cycle.
Fish. Sci., 61(4):727-728.
29. Hayase, S.
Distribution of spawing grounds of flying squid, Ommastrephes bartrami , in the North
30. Tanaka, K.
Effects of soil loading on the phosphorus cycle in estuarine and coastal marine environments.
Bull. Nansei Natl. Fish. Res. Instl., 28:73-119. (in Japanese with English summary)
31. Wilder, M. N., S. Okada, N. Fusetani and K. Aida
Hemolymph profiles of juvenoid substances in the giant freshwater prawn Macrobrachium
rosenbergii in relation to reproduction and molting.
Fish. Sci., 61(1):175-176.
32. Wilder, M. N., N. Fusetani and K, Aida
The presence of 20-hydroxyecdysonoic acid and ecdysonoic acid in eggs of the giant
freshwater prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii.
Fish. Sci., 61(1):101-106.
33. Yatsu, A., K. Hiramatsu and S. Hayase
A review of the Japanese squid driftnet fishery with notes on the cetacean bycatch.
Rep. Int. Whal. Commn., Special issue 15:365-379.
National Research Institute of Fisheries Science
34. Kiso, K.
The life history of masu salmon Oncorhynchus masou originated from rivers of the Pacific
coast of Northern Honshu, Japan.
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Fish. Sci., 7:1-188.
35. Kiso, K.
Feeding habits of adult masu salmon, Oncorhynchus masou in coastal waters near Oshika
peninsula, Honshu, Japan.
(Suisanzoshoku), 42(4):521-528.(in Japanese with English summary)
36. Uchida, K., K. Iguchi and K. Kiso
Effects of water temperature on aggressive behaviour of the territorial ayu Plecoglossus
altivelis in Aquaria.
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Fish. Sci., 7:389-401.
37. Kuroshima, R.
Hepatic metallothionein and glutathione levels in Red Sea bream.
Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 110C(1):95-100.
38. Sakamoto, T., T. Hirano, S. S. Madsen, R. S. Nishioka and H. A. Bern
Insulin-like growth factor I gene expression during parr-smolt transformation of coho salmon.
Zool. Sci., 12:249-252.
39. Yamada, H., M. Tateishi and K. Takayanagi
Bioaccumulation of organotin compounds in the Red Sea bream (Pagrus major) by two uptake
pathways: dietary uptake and direct uptake from water.
Enviro. Toxi. Chem., 13(9):1415-1422.
Japan Sea National Fisheries Research Institute
40. Kogure, Y., Y. Sato, T. Okumura and T. Nagasawa
Distribution of nutrients and phytoplankton pigments at Igarashi beach, Niigata in June 1992.
Bull. Japan Sea Natl. Fish. Res. Inst., 45:69-77.
Nansei National Fisheries Research Institute
41. Fujioka, Y
Hermatypic coral communities at the Tosa Bay, southern Japan.
Nansei-gaikai no sigen. kaiyo kenkyu, 10:37-45. (in Japanese)
42. Kamiyama, T.
Change in the microzooplankton community during decay of a Heterosigma akashiwo bloom.
J. Oceanography, 51: 279-287.
43. Kosugi, R., H. Ohgai, H. Ishioka, K. Ouchi, A. Hara and S. Mihara
Development of a radioimmunoassay for red sea bream growth hormone.
Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 61(4): 518-524. (in Japanese)
44. Matsuyama, Y., T. Uchida and T. Honjo
Concentration of dissolved organic carbon in coastal location in Hiroshima Bay.
Bull. Nansei Nat. Fish. Res. Inst., 28:55-61. (in Japanese with English summary)
45. Nagasaki, K., M. Ando, I. Imai, S. Itakura and Y. Ishida
Virus-like particles in unicellular apochlorolic microorganisms in the coastal water of Japan.
Fish. Sci., 61(2):235-239.
46. Nagasaki, K., M. Ando, S. Itakura, I. Imai and Y. Ishida
Viral mortality in the final stage of Heterosigma akashiwo (Raphidophyceae) red tide.
J. Plankton Res., 16(11):1595-1599.
47. Saito, T.
A pattern of water exchange across the kuroshio front off Shikoku.
KER Annual Contribution, 174-179. (in Japanese)
48. Shigeta, T., T. Shibuno, H. Hashimoto and K.Gushima
Annual reproductive cycle of a bambooleaf wrasse, Pseudolabras japonicus.
Bull. Nansei Nat. Fish. Res. Inst., 28:43-54. (in Japanese with English summary)
49. Suzuki, N. and S. Hagiwara
Epidermal ultrastructure of pelagic larvae of the mudskipper, Periophthalmus modestus
(Gobiidae). Bull. Nansei Nat. Fish. Res. Inst., 28:33-41.(in Japanese with English summary)
50. Suzuki, N. and S. Jeon
Interspecific and intergenetic hybridization experiments between females of four species of
Acheilognathus limbata, A.koreensis, Rhodeus ocellatus and R.suigensis and male of
(Cyprinidae, Teleostei ).
Kor. J. Lim., 27(4):339-348.
51. Suzuki, N. and S. Jeon
Larval development of the bitterling, Rhodeus uyekii (Cyprinidae) from Ansong and
Palan Rivers in Korea.
J. Basic Sci. Sang Myung Women's Univ., 8:19-26.
52. Tamai, K.
Culture ground environment evaluation based on benthos.
Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 61(2):268-269. (in Japanese with English summary)
53. Uchida, T., M. Yamaguchi, Y. Matsuyama and T. Honjo
The red-tide dinoflagellate Heterocapsa sp. kills Gyrodinium instriatum by cell contact.
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 118:301-303.
54. Yamaguchi, M. and I. Imai
Physiological ecology of the red tide flagellates Chattonella spp. and recent developments of
the red tide prediction.
Sigen-kannkyo-taisaku., 31(2):173-182. (in Japanese)
55. Yamaguchi, M., I.Imai and Y. Matsuo
Seasonal changes in biomass and photosynthetic rate of phytoplankton in Hiroshima Bay.
Bull. Nansei Nat. Fish. Res. Inst., 28:63-72.
56. Yamaguchi, M., S. Itakura, I. Imai and Y. Ishida
A rapid and precise technique for enumeration of resting cysts of Alexandrium spp.
(Dinophyceae) in natural sediments.
57. Yoshida, G., S. Arima and T. Uchida
Effects of photoperiod, light intensity and water temperature on the early development of
Sargassum honneri (Phaeophyta).
Bull. Nansei Nat. Fish. Res. Inst., 28:21-32. (in Japanese with English summary)
National Research Institute of Aquaculture
58. Kagawa, H.
Biochem. Mol. Biol. Fish., 3:291-304.
59. Matsuyama, M., M. Yoneda, H. Takeuchi, H. Kagawa, M. Kashiwagi, K. Tabata, Y. Nagahama, S. Ijiri, S. Adachi and K. Yamauchi
Diurnal periodicity in testicular activity in the Japanese flounder Paralichthys olivaceus.
Fish. Sci., 61(1):17-23.
60. Matsuyama, M., H. Takeuchi, M. Kashiwagi, K. Hirose and H. Kagawa
Induced gonadal development and spawning of immature red sea bream Pagrus major with
LHRH administration in different ways during winter season.
Fish. Sci., 61(3):472-477.
61. McLaughlin, P. A. and K. Konishi
Pagurus imafukui, a new species of deep-water hermit crab (Crustacea: Anomura: Paguridae),
with notes on its larvas.
Publ. Seto Mar. Biol. Lab., 36(4):211-222.
62. Moriyama, S. and H. Kawauchi
Recombinant salmon insulin-like growth factor-I : production, purification and characterization.
Kaiyo, 27(5):299-303.(in Japanese)
63. Moriyama, S., P. Swanson, M. Nishii, A. Takahashi, H. Kawauchi, W. W.
Dickhoff and E. M. Plisetskaya
Development of a homologous radioimmunoassay for coho salmon insulin-like growth factor-
Gen. Comp. Endocrinol., 96:149-161.
64. Muraoka, K. and K. Konishi
Bibliography on the larvae of decapod Crustacea of Japan - Macrura.
Aquabiology 98, 17(3):259-262.(in Japanese)
65. Ohta, H., S. Kusuda and S. Kudo
Motility of testicular spermatozoa in the shishamo smelt-Spirinchus lanceolatus.
Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 61(1):7-12. (in Japanese)
66. Ohta, H., H. Shimma and K. Hirose
Effects of freezing rate and lowest cooling pre-storage temperature on post-thaw fertility of
and masu salmon spermatozoa.
Fish. Sci., 61(3):423-427.
67. Tanaka, H., H. Kagawa, H. Ohta, K. Okuzawa and K. Hirose
The first report of eel larvae ingesting rotifers.
Fish. Sci., 61(1):171-172.
68. Uki, N., M. Oomori, I. Kawahara, R. Ishida and T. Yamagisawa
Seed production technology of an abalone.
JPN Sea Farm. Assoc., 2:1-175.(in Japanese)
69. Maeno, Y., K. Nakajima, M. Sorimachi and Y. Inui
Pathophysiological studies of jaundiced yellowtail, Seriola quinqueradiata.
Fish Pathol., 30(1):7-14.(in Japanese with English summary)
70. Maeno, Y., M. Sorimachi and S. Egusa
Histopathology of viral deformity in yellowtail fingerling, Seriola quinqueradiata.
Fish Pathol., 30(1):53-58.
71. Nakajima, K. and M. Sorimachi
Production of monoclonal antibodies against red sea bream iridovirus.
Fish Pathol., 30(1):47-52.
72. Nakajima, K., Y. Maeno, M. Fukudome, Y. Fukuda, S. Tanaka, S. Matsuoka
and M. Sorimachi
Immunofluorescence test for the rapid diagnosis of red sea bream iridovirus infection using
Fish Pathlo., 30(2):115-119.
73. Segawa, I.
Determination of oxytetracycline in cultured marine fish serums by high performance liquid
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Aquaculture, 24:73-78.(in Japanese)
74. Yamano, K., H. Takano, T. Ohmuro, T. Obinata and Y. Inui
Effect of thyroid hormone on developmental transition of myosin light chains during flounder
Gen. Comp. Endocr., 93:321-326.
75. Yamano, K., K. Araki, K. Sekikawa and Y. Inui
Cloning of thyroid hormone receptor genes expressed in metamorphosing flounder.
76. Akiyama, T.
Nutritive value of alternative protein sources.
In "New feeds for fish culture -Utilization of alternative protein sources"., Suisangaku
77. Aono, H., G. G. D誕z and K. Mori
Cytolysisi of hemocytes induced by serum and plasma in three crustaceans, Panulirus
japonicus, Penaeus japonicus, and Homarus americanus.
Dev. Comp. Immunol., 18(4):265-275.
78. Ogata, H. and T. Murai
White muscle of masu salmon, Oncorhynchus masou masou, smolts possesses a strong
buffering capacity due to a high level of anserine.
Fish Physiol. Biochem., 13(4):285-293
79. Kurokawa, T. and T. Suzuki
Structure of the exocrine pancreas of flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus): immunological
localization of zymogen granules in the digestive tract using anti-trypsinogen antibody.
J. Fish Biol., 46:292-301.
80. Shinagawa, A. T. Suzuki and S. Konosu
Preliminary studies on the effects of salinity on intracellular nitrogenous osmolytes in various
tissues and hemolymph of the Japanese spiny lobster, Panulirus japonicus (Von Siebold,
81. Suzuki, T.
Accumulation of injected proteins in the auricles of the pearl oyster Pinctada fucata martensii.
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Aquaculture, 24:23-32.
82. Suzuki, T.
Properties of growth factors and fish FGF.
Mar. Biotech., 8:3-13. (in Japanese)
83. Suzuki, T., T. Kurokawa and M. Asashima
Identification of a heparin-binding, mesoderm-inducing peptide in the swim-bladder of the red
seabream, Pagrus major: a probable fish fibroblast growth factor.
Fish Physiol. Biochem., 13(4):343-352.
84. Suzuki, T. and M. Awaji
Molluscan wound healing system.
In "Defense system of aquatic animals". Suisangaku Series, 104:83-95.(in Japanese)
85. Yamamoto, T. and T. Akiyama
Effect of dietary moisture level on the growth and feed performances of fingerling Japanese
86. Yamamoto, T. and T. Akiyama
Effect of carboxymethylcellulose, α-starch, and wheat gluten incorporated in diets as binders
on growth, feed efficiency, and digestive enzyme activity of fingerling Japanese flounder.
Fish. Sci., 61(2):309-313.
87. Yamamoto, T., P. A. Marcouli, T. Unuma and T. Akiyama
Utilization of malt protein flour in fingerling rainbow trout diets.
Fish. Sci., 60(4):455-460.
88. Yamamoto, T., T. Unuma and T. Akiyama
Utilization of malt protein flour in fingerling Japanese flounder diets.
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Aquaculture, 24:33-42.
89. Amano, M., S. Hyodo, S. Kitamura, K. Ikuta, Y. Suzuki, A. Urano and K.
Salmon GnRH synthesis in the preoptic area and the ventral telencephalon is activated during
gonadal maturation in female masu salmon.
Gen. Comp. Endocr., 99:13-21.
90. Amano, M., S. Hyodo, S. Kitamura, K. Ikuta, Y. Suzuki, A. Urano and K.
Short photoperiod accelerates preoptic and ventral telencephalic salmon GnRH synthesis and
precocious maturation in underyearling male masu salmon.
Gen. Comp. Endocr., 99:22-27.
91. Amano, M., N. Okumoto, S. Kitamura, K. Ikuta, Y. Suzuki and K. Aida
Salmon gonadotropin-releasing hormone and gonadotropin are involved in precocious
maturation induced by photoperiod manipulation in underyearling male masu salmon,
Gen. Comp. Endocr., 95:368-373.
92. Amano, M., S. Hyodo, A. Urano, N. Okumoto, S. Kitamura, K. Ikuta, Y.
Suzuki and K. Aida
Activation of salmon gonadotropin-releasing hormone synthesis by 17α-methyltestosterone
administration in yearling masu salmon, Oncorhynchus masou.
Gen. Comp. Endocr., 95:374-380.
93. Azuma, T. and M. Iwata
Influences of illumination intensity on the nearest neighbour distance in coho salmon
J. Fish Biol., 45:1113-1118.
94. Iwata, M., T. Watanabe, K. Uehara, H. Yamada and H. Ida
Behavior and physiological stress of the migratory salmon juveniles in acid water.
Proc. Environ. Aci. Ecosys., 5-8. (in Japanese with English summary)
95. Iwata, M.
Motivation of salmonid downstream migration and the hypothalamic hormone .
Mar. Agri. Fores. Fish. Rep.
96. Kitamura, S., H. Ogata, H. Onozato and H. Nagoya
Induced masu salmon spawning of diploid females by triploid males.
UJNR Tech. Rep., 22:75-77.
97. Naito, N., Y. Koide, M. Amano, K. Ikuta, H. Kawauchi, K. Aida, S. Kitamura
and Y. Nakai
The biased intracellular accumulation of the β-subunit of salmon gonadotropin (GTH II) in
the pituitary of rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss, during gametogenesis.
Cell Tissue Res., 279:93-99.
98. Parhar, I. S., M. Iwata
Gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) neurons project to growth hormone and somatolactin cells in the steelhead trout.
99. Satou, M., H.-A. Takeuchi, J. Nishii, M. Tanabe, S. Kitamura, N. Okumoto
and M. Iwata
Behavioral and electrophysiological evidences that the lateral line is involved in the inter-sexual
vibrational communication of the him・salmon (landlocked red salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka).
J. Comp. Physiol. A, 174:539-549.
100. Yamada, H., R. Horiuchi and K. Yamauchi
Uptake mechanism of 3,5,3'-triiodothyronine in masu salmon Oncorhynchus masu
Fish. Sci., 61(3):467-471.
101. Watanabe, T., H. Ida and M. Iwata
Serum ion regulation in Pacific salmon exposed to short term acidwater stress during
seaward migratory and post migratory seasons.
Fish. Sci., 61(2):353-354.
102. Maeda, M.
Biotechnology of microorganisms in aquaculture.
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Aquaculture, 23:1-15. (in Japanese with English summary)
103. Maeda, M.
Biocontrol of the larvae rearing biotope in aquaculture.
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Aquaculture, Suppl., 1:71-74.
104. Maeda, M. and K. Nogami
Mass production of crustaceans (crabs and prawns) by the biocontrol method.
Techno News, 47:10-13. (in Japanese)
105. Yokoyama, H.
Occurence of Paraprionospio sp. (form A) larvae (Polychaeta: Spionidae) in hypoxic water of
an enclosed bay.
Etsuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 40:9-19.
106. Yokoyama, H.
Macrobenthic assemblages in Omura Bay -I; community parameters versus bottom
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Aquaculture, 24:43-53. (in Japanese with English summary)
107. Yokoyama, H.
Macrobenthic assemblages in Omura bay - II; Specific composition and faunal zones.
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Aquaculture, 24:55-72. (in Japanese with English summary)
108. Komaru, A. and K. T. Wada
Gametogenesis and growth of induced triploid Japanese pearl oyster, Pinctada fucata
Suisanzoshoku, 42(4):541-546. (in Japanese with English summary)
109. Kawamura, K. and K. Hosoya
Karyotypic variation in Japanese rosy bittering, Rhodeus ocellatus kurumeus (Jordan and
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Aquaculture, 24:17-21.
110. Kawamura, K., K. Hosoya and K. Fukusho
Spermatozoa of artificially induced triploid Red sea bream Pagrus major (Temminck and
Fish. Sci., 61(2):355-356.
111. Nakayama, I.
Application of genomic DNA analysis on fisheries science.
Bull. Natl. Res. Inst. Aquaculture, 24:1-15. (in Japanese with English summary).
112. Wada, K. T., A. Komaru, Y. Ichimura and H. Kurosaki
Spawning peak occurs during winter in the Japanese subtropical population of the pearl
oyster, Pinctada fucata fucata (Gould, 1850).
113. Wada, K. T.
Quantitative genetics in molluscs.
Suisan Ikushu, 21:15-26. (in Japanese with English summary)
114. Wada, K. T.
Genetics of pearl oyster in relation to aquaculture.
115. Wada, K. T. and A. Komaru
Effect of selection for shell coloration on growth rate and mortality in the Japanese pearl
oyster, Pinctada fucata martensii.
Seikai National Fisheries Research Institute
116. Kiyomoto, S., M. Yamasaki and S. Umezawa
Tracking the disc abalone, Haliotis discus discus by using an ultrasonic transmitter.
Bull. Seikai Natl. Fish. Res. Inst., 72:37-45.
117. Mizukami, Y., M. Okauchi, H. Kito, S. Ishimoto, T. Ishida and M. Fuseya
Culture and development of electrically fused protoplasts from red marine algae, Porphyra
yezoensis and P. suborbiculata.
118. Mizukami, Y.
Drug-inducible cytochrome P450 in fish: protein, cDNA and gene expression.
Bull. Seikai Natl. Fish. Res. Inst., 72:1-16
119. Mizumoto, Y., M. Okauchi, K. Arizono, T. Ariyoshi and H. Kito
Isolation and sequence of cDNA encoding a 3-methylcholanthrene-inducible cytochrome
P450 from wild red sea bream, Pagrus major.
Mar. Biol., 120:343-349.
120. Yoshimura, T.
Comparison of hole and seaweed habitats of post-settled pueruli and early benthic juvenile
lobsters, Panulirus japonicus (Von Siebold,1824).