The origin and evolution of the surfactant system in fish: insights into the evolution of lungs and swim bladders
Six hours after injections they were euthanized with clove oil for collection of blood and swim bladder
exudate cells (Ethic Committee no 23080.
Histological study of fresh swim bladder
revealed several layers (Fig.
Structure of an air-breathing organ and the swim bladder
in the Alaska Blackfish, Dallia pectoralis Bean.
In order to determine the effects of the addition of probiotic bacteria on the inflammatory and hematological response in Nile tilapia, fish were fed diets containing Lactobacillus plantarum isolated from tilapia after carrageenin or saline injection in the swim bladder
Another danger to the American and European eel is an Asian parasite introduced through aquaculture that invades the eel's swim bladder
and affects its migration.
Along time ago, an inquisitive drinker was experimenting with sturgeon swim bladder
and said to himself, "I wonder what this would do to my alcoholic beverage.
The swim bladder
is like a small balloon that the fish can fill with oxygen from its gills.
If IDers do make this prediction, Kaufmann argues that it has already been refuted by the fish swim bladder
, which developed into lungs with a radically different function.
That would be a problem for most fish, since many of them have a gas-filled organ called a swim bladder
that helps them stabilize their bodies at different water depths.
According to the Vegetarian Society, the swim bladder
of tropical fish, referred to by those in the know as isinglass, is regularly used to clarify wine.
Topics include the diverse sound-generating mechanisms in fishes, evolutionary trends in swim bladder
sound mechanisms, propagation of fish sounds, agonistic behavior and acoustic communication, reproductive behavior and acoustic interactions, detection, hydromechanical communication, olfactory systems, and public chemical information in anti-predator behavior.