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StressChron

Seabass Sex and Stress

StressChron Framework:

Project code 135
Acronym SSS
Role Subcontractor
Research area Contributing to a more sustainable and animal welfare minded food production
Research topic Improving sustainability and animal welfare in aquaculture and husbandry
Vertebrate Fish
Species Sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax)

Abstract:

This study on seabass sex and stress (SSS) focusses on the influence of (chronic) stress and the individual differences in stress response between males and female sea bass.

Specifics:

Keywords: aquaculture, fish, sex, stress

Funding: Gov. France

Status: On-going

Consortium:

Ghent University, Belgium (Aerts J)

Flanders Research Institute for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Belgium (Aerts J)

Ifremer (Geffroy B)

Output:

Goikoetxea A, Sadoul B, Blondeau-Bidet E, Aerts J, Blanc M-O, Parrinello H, Barrachina C, Pratlong M, Geffroy B (2020) Genetic pathways underpinning hormonal stress responses in fish exposed to short- and long-term warm ocean temperatures. Ecol Ind 120: 106937.

Geffroy B, Gesto M, Clota F, Aerts J, Daria MJ, Blanc M-O, Ruelle F, Allal F, Vandeputte M (2021) Parental selection for growth and early-life low stocking density increase female-to-male ratio in European sea bass. Sci Rep 11:13620.

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