Book-Chapters

  1. Wright, P.A. and Wood, C.M. (2016). Regulation of ions, acid-base, and nitrogenous wastes in elasmobranch fishes. Pp. 279-345. In Fish Physiology, Vol 34B: Physiology of Elasmobranch Fishes: Internal Processes (R.E. Shadwick, A.P. Farrell and C.J. Brauner, editors) Academic Press, San Diego.
  1. Wood, C.M. (2012). An introduction to metals in fish physiology and toxicology: Basic principles. Pp. 1-51. In Fish Physiology, Vol 31A: Homeostasis and Toxicology of Essential Metals. (C.M. Wood, A.P. Farrell and C.J. Brauner, editors) Academic Press, San Diego.
  1. Wood, C.M. (2012). Silver. Pp. 1-65. In: Metals: Homeostasis and Toxicology: Non-essential Metals. Fish Physiology, Vol. 31B. Edited by C.M. Wood, A.P. Farrell, and C.J. Brauner. Academic Press, San Diego.
  1. Wood, C.M. and Bucking, C.(2011). The role of feeding in salt and water balance. pp 165- In Fish Physiology. Vol. 30: The Multifunctional Gut of Fish. (M. Grosell, A.P. Farrell and C.J. Brauner, editors. Academic Press, San Diego.
  1. Wood, C.M., Sloman, K.A., Kajimura, M., Johansson, O.E., Walsh, P.J., Scott, G., Wood, S., Almeida -Val, V.M.F., and Val, A.F. (2006). Behavioural, respiratory, ionoregulatory and metabolic adaptations to low environmental O2 and the influence of body size in the hypoxia –tolerant Amazonizn oscar (Astronotus ocellatus). pp. 179-200 In: Environmental Protection Agency Research Report Series. US EPA, Washington, D.C. EPA/600/R-07-010 (Eds. Brauner, C.J., Surajdric, K., Nilsson, G., and Randall, D.J.)
  1. Gonzalez, R.J.,Wilson, R.W. and Wood, C.M. (2005) Ionoregulation in tropical fish from ion-poor, acidic blackwaters. In: The Physiology of Tropical Fish, Fish Physiology, Vol 22 (Eds. Val, A.L., Almeida-Val, V.M.and Randall, D.J.) pp 397-437 Academic Press, San Diego, C.A.
  1. Pärt, P. and Wood, C.M. (2003) Cultured epithelia from fish gills. In: In Vitro Methods in Aquatic Toxicology (Eds. Austin, B., and Mothersill, C.) pp. 35-52 Springer-Praxis, Berlin
  1. Mount, D., Ankley, G., Brix, K., Clements, W., Dixon, G., Fairbrother, A., Hickey, C., Kent, R., Landis, W., Lanno, W., Lanno, R., Lee, C., Munns, W., Ringer, B., Stavely, J., Wood, C.M., Erikson, R., and Hodson, P. (2003) Chapter 3-Effects Assessment. In: Re-evaluation of the State of the Science for Water Quality Criteria Development. (Ed. D. Mount) SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL U.S.A.
  1. Wood, C.M., La Point, T.W., Armstrong, D.E., Birge, W.J., Brauner, C.J., Brix, K.V., Call, D.J., Crecilius, E.A., Davies, P.H., Gorsuch, J.W., Hogstrand, C., Mahony, J.D., McGeer, J.C. and O’Connor, T.P. (2002) Biological effects of silver pp 27-63. In: Silver in the Environment: Transport, Fate and Effects (Eds. Andren, A.W. and Bober, T.W.), SETAC Press, Pensacola, FL. U.S.A.
  1. Wood, C.M., Morgan, I., Reid, S.D., and McDonald, D.G. (2001)  Global warming and the rainbow trout: interactive effects of environmental contaminants and dietary ration on the physiology of a stenothermal freshwater fish. In: “Climate Change: Effects on Plants, Animals, and Humans. (ed. C.L. Bolis, R. Keines, S. Maddrell. M. Elia, and E. Weibel), University of Milan, Milan, Italy.
  1. Wood, C.M (2001) The influence of feeding, exercise, and temperature on nitrogen metabolism and excretion.  pp 201-238.  In: Fish Physiology, Vol. 20, Ed. P.A. Anderson and P.A. Wright, Academic Press, Orlando, FL, U.S.A.
  1. Wood, C.M. (2001)  Toxic responses of the gill.  Pp.1-89 In: Target Organ Toxicity in Marine and Freshwater Teleosts, Volume 1 – Organs.  Ed. D.W. Schlenk and W.H. Benson.  Taylor and Francis, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
  1. Wood, C.M. (2000)   Physiological studies on the toxicity of silver to freshwater fishes: implications for environmental regulations.  pp. 119-136.   In: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Report Series, Ed. V. Thurston, US EPA, Washington, D.C.  EPA/600/R-00/015.
  1. Wood, C.M., and Wang, Y. (1999)   Lactate, H+, and ammonia transport and distribution in rainbow trout white muscle after exhaustive exercise.  pp. 99-124.  In: SEB Seminar Series:  Regulation of Acid-Base Status in Animals and Plants.  Ed. S. Egginton, E.W. Taylor, and J.A. Raven, Cambridge University Press.
  1. Walsh, P.J., Wood, C.M., and Moon, T.W. (1998)  Red blood cell metabolism.  Chapter 2.  pp. 41-73.  In: Fish Physiology, Vol. 17, Ed. S.F. Perry and B.L. Tufts.  Academic Press, Orlando.
  1. Wood, C.M., and Hogstrand, C. (1998).  Bioavailability, physiology, and toxicology of silver in freshwater fish:  implications for water quality criteria.  pp. 205-217.  In:   Proceedings of Argentum V:  Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.   Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.   University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Bury, N.R., McGeer, J.C., and Wood, C.M. (1998).   How water chemistry influences the Na+ losses associated with silver exposure in rainbow trout.  pp. 219-225.  In:    Proceedings of Argentum V:  Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.   Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.   University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Galvez, F., Hogstrand, C., and Wood, C.M. (1998)   Physiological effects of dietary silver exposure: biologically incorporated silver versus silver sulphide.  pp. 253-257.     Proceedings of Argentum V:  Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.   Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.   University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Mayer, G.D., Galvez, F., Wood, C.M., and Hogstrand, C. (1998).   Uptake, accumulation, and distribution of silver in juvenile rainbow trout.  pp. 259-263.  In:    Proceedings of Argentum V:  Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.   Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.   University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Hogstrand, C., and Wood, C.M. (1998)   Bioavailability, physiology, and toxicology of silver in seawater fish: implications for water quality criteria.  pp. 287-295.   In:  Proceedings of Argentum V:  Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.   Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.   University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. McGeer, J.C., Bury, N.R., and Wood, C.M. (1998)   Protective effects of water Cl on physiological responses to waterborne silver in rainbow trout.   pp. 297-300.  In:     Proceedings of Argentum V:  Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.   Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.   University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. DeBoeck, G., Grosell, M., and Wood, C.M. (1998)   Sensitivity of the spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) to waterborne silver.   pp. 421-428.   In:    Proceedings of Argentum V:  Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.   Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.   University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Wood, C.M., Adams, W.J., Ankley, G.T., DiBono, D.R., Luoma, S.N., Playle, R.C., Stubblefield, W.A., Bergman, H.L., Erickson, R.J., Mattice, J.S., and Schlekat, C.E. (1997) Environmental Toxicology of Metals.  pp. 31-56.  In: Reassessment of Metals Criteria for Aquatic Life Protection; Priorities for Research and Implementation (Ed. H.L. Bergman and E.J. Dorward-King).  SETAC Press, Pensacola.
  1. Hogstrand, C., and Wood, C.M. (1997).   The toxicity of silver to marine fish.  pp. 109-111. In:  Proceedings of Argentum IV: Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.  Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.  University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Webb, N.A., Morgan, I.J., and Wood, C.M. (1997)  Physiological analysis of the stress response associated wtih acute silver exposure in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).  In:  Proceedings of Argentum IV: Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.  Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.  University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Galvez, F., Hogstrand, C., McGeer, J.C., Bureau, D., and Wood, C.M. (1997)  The physiological effects of dietary silver exposure in juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).  pp. 165-174.  In:  Proceedings of Argentum IV: Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.  Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.  University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Reid, S., McDonald, D.G., and Wood, C.M. (1997)  Interactive effects of temperature and pollutant stress on freshwater fish.  pp. 325-349.  In:  Global Warming – Implications for Freshwater and Marine Fish, Ed. C.M. Wood and D.G. McDonald, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  1. Wood, C.M., Morgan, I., Galvez, F., and Hogstrand, C. (1996)  The toxicity of silver in fresh and marine waters pp. 51-60.  In:  Proceedings of Argentum III: Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.  Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.  University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Galvez, F., Hogstrand, C., and Wood, C.M. (1996)  Factors affecting silver accumulation and metallothionein induction in freshwater fish.  pp. 133-134.  In:  Proceedings of Argentum III: Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.  Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.  University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Hogstrand, C., Shaw, J.R., Ferguson, E., Birge, W.J., and Wood, C.M. (1996)  Physiological effects of silver to seawater acclimated trout.  pp. 143-150.   In:  Proceedings of Argentum III: Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.  Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.  University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Ferguson, E.A., Shaw, J.R., Wood, C.M., and Hogstrand, C. (1996)  The effects of salinity on the acute toxicity of silver to marine fish.  pp. 89-92.  In:  Proceedings of Argentum III: Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.  Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.  University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Morgan, I.J., Galvez, F., Munger, R.S., Wood, C.M., and Henry, R. (1996)  The physiological effects of acute silver exposure in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) pp. 303-306.  In:  Proceedings of Argentum III: Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment.  Ed. by A. Andren and T.W. Bober.  University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Wood, C.M. (1996)   Is there a relationship between urea production and acid-base balance in fish?  pp. 339-357. In:  Physiology and Biochemistry of the Fishes of the Amazon, Ed. by A.L. Val and D.J. Randall, INPA, Manaus.
  1. Hogstrand, C., and Wood, C.M. (1996)   The physiology and toxicology of zinc in fish. pp. 61-84.  In:  SEB Seminar Series:  Physiological Toxicology of Aquatic Animals, Ed. by E.W. Taylor, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  1. Wood, C.M. (1995)  Excretion. pp. 381-438.  In:  Physiological Ecology of the Pacific Salmon.  Ed. C. Groot, L. Margolis, and W.C. Clarke.  Government of Canada Special Publications Branch.  UBC Press, Vancouver.
  1. Maina, J.N., Wood, C.M., Narahara, A.B., Bergman, H.L., Laurent, P. and Walsh, P. (1995)   Morphology of the swim bladder of a cichlid teleost:  Oreochromis alcalicus grahami (Trewavas, 1983), a fish adapted to a hyperosmotic, alkaline and hypoxic environment:  a brief outline of the structure and function of the swim bladder.  Ed. by J.S. Munshi and H.M. Dutta.  pp. 179-192.  In:  Horizons of New Research in Fish Morphology in the 20th Century, Oxford and IBH Publishing Co., New Delhi.
  1. Wood, C.M., Munger, S., Galvez, F., and Hogstrand, C. (1995)  The physiology of silver toxicity in freshwater fish.  pp. 109-114.  In:  Proceedings of Argentum II: Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment, Ed. by A. Andren.  University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Galvez, F.G., and Wood, C.M. (1995)  Calcium versus chloride — Which is the important protective factor against silver toxicity?  pp. 213-218.  In: Proceedings of Argentum II: Transport, Fate, and Effects of Silver in the Environment, Ed. by A. Andren.  University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Wood, C.M., and Patrick, M.L. (1994)  Methods for assessing kidney and urinary bladder function in fish.  In:  Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Fishes.  Vol. 3.  Ed. by P.W. Hochachka and T.P. Mommsen, Elsevier, New York. p. 127-143.
  1. Wood, C.M., Munger, R.S., and Hogstrand, C. (1994)  Physiological mechanisms of toxicity of silver and other metals to freshwater fish.  In: Proceedings of Argentum I:  Transport, Fate and Effects of Silver in the Environment.  Ed. By A. Andren, University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Hogstrand, C., and Wood, C.M. (1994).  Hazard assessment of metal pollution. In:  Proceedings of Argentum I:  Transport, Fate and Effects of Silver in the Environment.  Ed. By A. Andren, University of Wisconsin Press.
  1. Wood, C.M. (1993)  Ammonia and urea metabolism and excretion.  In:  The Physiology of Fishes. Ed. D. Evans, CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 379-425.
  1. McDonald, D.G., and Wood, C.M. (1993)  Branchial acclimation to metals.  In:  Fish Ecophysiology.  Ed. J.C. Rankin & F.B. Jensen.  Chapman, London.  pp. 297-321.
  1. Wood, C.M., and Goss, G.G.  (1990)  Kinetic analysis of the relationships between ion exchange and acid-base regulation at the gills of freshwater fish.  In:  Animal Nutrition and Transport Processes, Vol. 2.  Ed. by J.P. Truchot & B. Lahlou.  Karger, Basel.  pp. 119-136.
  1. Wood, C.M., and McDonald, D.G. (1990)  The impact of environmental acidification on gill function in fish.  In:  Fish Physiology, Fish Toxicology, and Fisheries Management, Proceedings of an International Symposium, Guangzhou, China.  Ed. by B. Ryans.  U.S.  E.P.A./600/9-90/011 pp. 162-182.
  1. Wood, C.M. (1989)  The physiological problems of fish in acid waters.  In:  Acid Toxicity and Aquatic Animals, Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series.  Ed. by R. Morris, D.J.A. Brown1`, E.W. Taylor, and J.A. Brown.  Cambridge University Press.  pp 125-148.
  1. Wood, C.M., and Perry, S.F. (1985)  Respiratory, circulatory, and metabolic adjustments to exercise in fish.  In:  Circulation, Respiration and Metabolism (Proceedings in Life Sciences).  Ed. by R. Gilles, Springer-Verlag, Berlin. p.2-22.
  1. Wood, C.M., and McDonald, D.G. (1982)  Physiological mechanisms of acid toxicity in fish.  In:  Acid Rain/Fisheries, Proceedings of an International Symposium on Acidic Precipitation and Fishery Impacts in North-eastern North America, Ed. by R.E. Johnson.  American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.  pp. 197-226.