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Ronny Falck-Olsen <[log in to unmask]>


Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>


Tue, 3 Sep 1996 15:47:48 +0200





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> Anyone??
> Recently I have been rereading Fish Anatomy-litterature, where
> my subject of interest was Regeneration of the nervous system.
> (Why there is a difference between Mammals and Fish, regarding
> regeneration of the nervous system.)
> In my research I came across a small article in FISKEHELSE, p. 75,
> (ISBN-82-533-0254-1)(Norwegian language) which stated that fish had
> the ability to regenerate brain-tissue after damage.
> It also described an experiment where a part of the brain was removed,
> and regenerated after only 30 days, where as all the lost functions also
> were restored.
> Unfortunately the references were some what non-spesific.
> After writing to the author of the article, I received
> some references, where this one was the only I could get a hold of:
> Brown, ME (Red.) 1957 The physiology og fishes vol I-II.
> New York:Academic Press
> Here, on p. 51, I came across REGENERATION IN THE SPINAL CORD, where
> as the latest experiment was of Kirche (1951)
> (Kirche, W. (1951). Z. mikroskop. anat. Forsch. 56,190-265.
> Die regenerativen Vorgânge am Rľckenmark erwachsener Teleostier nach
> operativer Kontinuitâtstrennung.)
> Although writing the title is great practice for the touch-method,
> the librarian will surely kill me if I ask her to order this one...
> I'm already on her hit-list 'cause of the last book...
> Anyway, my german vocabulary isnt uptodate for it..
> But, still the experiment in question doesnt come anything close to the
> experiment described in FISKEHELSE. => I am still searching..
> Since the physiology of fishes vol I-II is dated 1957, some more recent
> research must have been done on the subject..
> So please, anyone..ANYONE..
> I would greatly appreciate any refererences or comments on
> the subject, which might help me..
> Thanks, as always, in advance..
> PS!
> Anyone been writing something about Biodynamic/Organic Fish farming, lately?
> I haven't been following the articles on the net for some months now..
> I did read something about Japan doing well in that area, but I dont remember
> where I read it...

Ronny Falck-Olsen
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