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  1. Zhang, Y 2018. Redband trout thrive in a hot desert stream. J. Exp. Biol 221, jeb172148. [ Link ]
  2. Zhang, Y 2018. How many old-growth fish are out there?. J. Exp. Biol 221, jeb172148. [ Link ]
  3. Zhang, Y., Claireaux, G., Takle, H., J?rgensen, S. M., & Farrell, A. P. 2018. A three‐phase excess post‐exercise oxygen consumption in Atlantic salmon Salmo salar and its response to exercise training. J Fish Biol. 92(5):1385-1403. [ Link ]
  4. Zhang, Y., Healy, T. M., Vandersteen, W., Schulte, P. M., & Farrell, A. P. 2018. A rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss strain with higher aerobic scope in normoxia also has superior tolerance of hypoxia. J Fish Biol. 92(2):487-503. [ Link ]
  5. Zhang, Y.,Polinski, M., Garver, K., Morrison, P., Brauner, C., Farrell, A.P. 2018. High-load reovirus infections do not imply physiological impairment in salmon. Frontiers in Physiology under review


Yangfan Zhang

Ph.D. Student

Web page: ResearchGate
Research area: Comparative Physiology
Supervisor: T. Farrell
History: B.Sc. (1st Honors) Dalhousie University
M.Sc. The University of British Columbia



Pei-Huang Tung and Tan-Wen Tung Graduate Fellowship

For Research


Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship (short-listed)

For Research


Elizabeth R Howland Fellowship

For Research

Last updated 13 October 2018