Aquaculture team publishes book, 12 scholarly articles during 2019

The aquaculture team at The Ohio State University South Centers published a book and 12 scholarly articles in 2019. The book Sex Control in Aquaculture by Drs. Hanping Wang, Francesc Piferrer, and Song-Lin Chen was published by Wiley & Blackwell. Bradford Sherman, Joy Bauman, Sarah Swanson, and Jordan Maxwell assisted in English editing and chapter coordination. 

The first comprehensive book of its kind, with two volumes and forty-one chapters, Sex Control in Aquaculture covers basic theory for sex control and sex control practice in major aquaculture species worldwide. In addition to the book, the aquaculture team published 12 scholarly articles in 2019 in high impact journals such as Frontier Genetics, Frontier Physiology, Scientific Reports and Fish, Shellfish Immunology, and Aquaculture nutrition. Bradford Sherman contributed to all the publications through language editing work. The following is a list of the 12 published articles:

  • Comparative transcriptome analysis reveals potential evolutionary differences in adaptation of temperature and body shape among four Percidae species. 2019.  PLoS ONE 14(5): e0215933.
  • Global diversity and genetic landscape of natural populations and hatchery stocks of largemouth bass micropterus salmoides across American and Asian regions. Scientific Reports. 9, 2019. 
  • Sex Determination, Differentiation, and Control in Bluegill. In: Sex Control in Aquaculture (Wang, H.P., F. Piferrer & S.L. Chen Ed.). Wiley-Blackwell. 2019. 
  • Development of a Genomic Resource and Identification of Nucleotide Diversity of Yellow Perch by RAD Sequencing. Front. Genet. 2019.
  • Sex determination and monosex female production in yellow perch. In: Sex Control in Aquaculture (Wang, H.P., F. Piferrer & S.L. Chen Ed.). Wiley-Blackwell. 2019. 
  • Processed soybean meal as an alternative protein source for yellow perch (Perca flavescens) feed. Aquacult Nutr. 2019; 25:917–931.
  • Sex Control in Aquaculture: Concept and Practice. In: Sex Control in Aquaculture (Wang, H.P., F. Piferrer & S.L. Chen Ed.). Wiley-Blackwell. 2019. 
  • Processed soybean meal as an alternative protein source for yellow perch (Perca flavescens) feed. Aquacult Nutr. 2019; 25:917–931.
  • Sexual dimorphism in body size and form in yellow perch. In: Sex Control in Aquaculture (Wang, H.P., F. Piferrer & S.L. Chen Ed.). Wiley-Blackwell. 2019.
  • Environmental Sex Determination and Sex Differentiation in Teleosts – How Sex Is Established. In: Sex Control in Aquaculture (Wang, H.P., F. Piferrer & S.L. Chen Ed.). Wiley-Blackwell. 2019.
  • Hybridization and its application in Centrarchids. In: Sex Control in Aquaculture (Wang, H.P., F. Piferrer & S.L. Chen Ed.). Wiley-Blackwell.  2019.
  • Diet Supplemented With Synthetic Carotenoids: Effects on Growth Performance and Biochemical and Immunological Parameters of Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens). Front. Physiol. 2019
  • Astragalus membranaceus nanoparticles markedly improve immune and antioxidative responses; and protection against Aeromonas veronii in Nile tilapia. Fish and Shellfish Immunology 2019, 97: 248–256.