Searching for a physiological basis for age-specific alarm response in Creek chub (Semotilus atromaculatus)
Bryant, Winnifred M.
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As a group, minnows (Family Cyprinidae) possess an unusual ability to detect pheromones released from nearby fish injured or consumed by predators. This research found evidence of a strong age-specific alarm response in creek chub (a cyprinid fish) exposed to conspecific alarm odors.
Color poster with images and graphs describing research conducted by Krista Carlson, advised by David Lonzarich and Winnifred Bryant.