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- Maria Cámara Ruiz; Carlos Espírito Santo; Alfons Mai; Jӧrn Gessner; Sven Wuertz
- Journal of applied ichthyology 2019 v.35 no.4 pp. 835-842
- Acipenser oxyrinchus; Sander lucioperca; brain; captive animals; carp; cognition; cortisol; fish culture; foraging; gene expression; glucose; hatcheries; juveniles; lactic acid; mortality; odors; predation; predators; rearing; smell; sturgeon; tanks
- ... Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus), also known as Baltic sturgeon, is considered extinct in German waters. Fish‐rearing for conservation purposes largely relies on classical hatchery technology focusing on traits like survival and growth in captivity but rarely focusing on subsequent life in the wild, lacking skills such as foraging or anti‐predation behavior. Predation is hence a major fact ...