Category Archives: Books

698. Johannsson, O.E., Giacomin, M., Sadauskas-Henrique, H.,Campos,D.,
Braz-Mota, S.,  Heinrichs-Caldas, W., Baptista, R., Wood, C.M.,
Almeida-Val,V.M.F., and Val, A.L. (2018). Does hypoxia or different rates
of re-oxygenation after hypoxia induce an oxidative stress response in
Cyphocharax abramoides (Kner 1858), a Characid fish of the Rio Negro?
Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A. In Press.

697. Duarte, R.M., Wood, C.M., Val, A.L., and Smith, D.S. (2018. Physiological
protective action of dissolved organic carbon on ion regulation and
nitrogenous waste excretion of zebrafish (Danio rerio) exposed to low pH
in ion poor water. J. Comp. Physiol. B. In Press.

696. Blewett, T.A., Dow, E.M., Wood, C.M., McGeer, J.C., and Smith, D.S.
(2018). The role of dissolved organic carbon concentration and composition
on nickel toxicity to early life-stages of the blue mussel Mytilus edulis
and purple sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Ecotoxicol. Environ.
Safety. In Press.

695. Brix,K.V., Brauner, C.J., Schluter, D., and  Wood, C.M. (2018).
Pharmacological investigation into mechanisms of Na+ uptake by Fundulus
heteroclitus in freshwater: evidence that DAPI inhibits Na+/H+ exchangers.
Comp. Biochem. Physiol. C. In Press

694. Crémazy, A., Brix,K.B., and Wood,C.M (2018). Chronic toxicity of binary
mixtures of six metals (Ag, Cu, Cd, Pb, Ni and Zn) to the great pond snail
Lymnaea stagnalis. Environ.Sci.Technol. In Press.

693. Giacomin, M., Vilarinho, G.C.,  Castro,K.F., Ferreira, M., Duarte, R.M.,
Wood, C.M., and Val, A.L. (2018). Physiological impacts and bioaccumulation
of dietary Cu and Cd in a model teleost: the Amazonian tambaqui (Colossoma
macropomum). Aquat. Toxicol. 199:30-45.(PDF)

692. Holland, A., Stauber, J., Wood, C.M., Trenfield, M., Jolley, D.F.(2018). Dissolved
organic matter signatures vary between naturally acidic, circumneutral and
groundwater-fed freshwaters in Australia, Water Research. 137: 184-192. (PDF)

691. Onukwufor, J. O., and Wood, C. M. (2018). The osmorespiratory compromise
in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss): The effects of fish size, hypoxia,
temperature and strenuous exercise on gill diffusive water fluxes and
sodium net loss rates. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A:
Molecular & Integrative Physiology. 219-220, 10-18. (PDF)

690. Pelster, B., Wood, C.M., Jung, E., and Val,A.L.(2018). Air breathing behavior, oxygen concentrations, and ROS defense in the swimbladders of two erythrinid fish, the facultative air-breathing jeju, and the non-air-breathing traira during normoxia, hypoxia and hyperoxia .J. Comp. Physiol. B. 188: 437-449.

689. Grobler, J.M.B., and Wood, C.M. (2018). The effects of high environmental ammonia on the structure of rainbow trout hierarchies and the physiology of the individuals therein. Aquat. Toxicol. 195: 77-87.(PDF)

688. Nogueira, L.S., Bianchini, A., Smith, D.S., Jorge,M.B., Diamond, R.L., and Chris M Wood, C.M. (2018). Physiological effects of marine natural organic matter and metals in early life stages of the North Pacific native marine mussel Mytilus trossulus; a comparison with the invasive Mytilus galloprovincialis. Marine Environmental Research. 135:136-144. (PDF)


687. Wood, C.M., Gonzalez, R.J., Ferreira, M.S., Braz-Mota, S., and Val, A.L. (2018). The physiology of the tambaqui (Colossoma macropomum) at pH 8.0. J. Comp. Physiol. B. 188:393-408 (PDF)

686. Jorge, M.B, Bianchini, A., Wood,C.M., and Gillis, P.L. (2018). Copper uptake,  patterns of bioaccumulation and effects in glochidia (larvae) of the freshwater mussel (Lampsilis cardium). Environ. Toxicol.Chem. 37:1092-1103.

685. Brix, K.V., Tellis, M.S.,Crémazy, A., , and Wood, C.M. (2017).
Characterization of the effects of binary metal mixtures on short-term
uptake of Cd, Pb, and Zn by rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Aquatic
Toxicology. 193: 217-227. (PDF)

210. Reid, S.D., Linton, T.K., Dockray, J.J, McDonald, D.G., and Wood, C.M. (1998) Effects  of chronic sublethal ammonia and a simulated summer global warming scenario: protein synthesis in juvenile rainbow trout. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 55 pp: 1534-1544. (PDF)