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- Miller, Kristina M., et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Molecular ecology 2014 v.23 no.23 pp. 5803-5815
- Infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus; Oncorhynchus nerka; acoustics; freshwater; gene expression; gene expression regulation; genes; immune response; interferons; lakes; mortality; pathogens; physiological response; salmon; signal transduction; smolts; telemetry; transcription factors; Canada; Pacific Ocean
- ... We present the first data to link physiological responses and pathogen presence with subsequent fate during migration of wild salmonid smolts. We tagged and non‐lethally sampled gill tissue from sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) smolts as they left their nursery lake (Chilko Lake, BC, Canada) to compare gene expression profiles and freshwater pathogen loads with migration success over the first ...
- MILLER, KRISTINA M., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Molecular ecology 2011 v.20 no.21 pp. 4472-4489
- Oncorhynchus nerka; abiotic stress; acclimation; biopsy; dissolved oxygen; environmental factors; exposure; freshwater; gene expression; genes; genotype-environment interaction; gills; habitats; liver; mortality; oceans; osmoregulation; rivers; salinity; salmon; seasonal migration; spawning; streams; telemetry; temperature; transcriptional activation; transcriptome; transcriptomics; British Columbia
- ... Environmental shifts accompanying salmon spawning migrations from ocean feeding grounds to natal freshwater streams can be severe, with the underlying stress often cited as a cause of increased mortality. Here, a salmonid microarray was used to characterize changes in gene expression occurring between ocean and river habitats in gill and liver tissues of wild migrating sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus ...