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100 1  Abele, Doris 
245 10 Oxidative Stress in Aquatic Ecosystems 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Hoboken :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2011 
300    1 online resource (564 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- OXIDATIVE STRESS IN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS -- 
       Contents -- Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- List of 
       Abbreviations -- INTRODUCTION TO OXIDATIVE STRESS IN 
       AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS -- PART I. CLIMATE REGIONS AND SPECIAL 
       HABITATS -- 1. OXIDATIVE STRESS IN TROPICAL MARINE 
       ECOSYSTEMS -- 2. OXIDATIVE CHALLENGES IN POLAR SEAS -- 3. 
       OXIDATIVE STRESS IN ESTUARINE AND INTERTIDAL ENVIRONMENTS 
       (TEMPERATE AND TROPICAL) -- 4. OXIDATIVE STRESS TOLERANCE 
       STRATEGIES OF INTERTIDAL MACROALGAE -- 5. OXIDATIVE STRESS
       IN AQUATIC PRIMARY PRODUCERS AS A DRIVING FORCE FOR 
       ECOSYSTEM RESPONSES TO LARGE-SCALE ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES -
       - 6. MIGRATING TO THE OXYGEN MINIMUM LAYER: EUPHAUSIIDS --
       7. OXIDATIVE STRESS IN SULFIDIC HABITATS -- 8. IRON IN 
       COASTAL MARINE ECOSYSTEMS: ROLE IN OXIDATIVE STRESS -- 9. 
       OXIDATIVE STRESS IN CORAL-PHOTOBIONT COMMUNITIES -- PART 
       II. AQUATIC RESPIRATION AND OXYGEN SENSING -- 10. 
       PRINCIPLES OF OXYGEN UPTAKE AND TISSUE OXYGENATION IN 
       WATER-BREATHING ANIMALS -- 11. OXIDATIVE STRESS IN SHARKS 
       AND RAYS -- 12. OXYGEN SENSING: THE ROLE OF REACTIVE 
       OXYGEN SPECIES -- 13. ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION IN DIVING BIRDS
       AND MAMMALS: HOW THEY AVOID OXIDATIVE DAMAGE -- PART III. 
       MARINE ANIMAL MODELS FOR AGING, DEVELOPMENT, AND DISEASE -
       - 14. AGING IN MARINE ANIMALS -- 15. OXIDATIVE STRESS AND 
       ANTIOXIDANT SYSTEMS IN CRUSTACEAN LIFE CYCLES -- 16. 
       TRANSFER OF FREE RADICALS BETWEEN PROTEINS AND MEMBRANE 
       LIPIDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR AQUATIC BIOLOGY -- 17. IMMUNE 
       DEFENSE OF MARINE INVERTEBRATES: THE ROLE OF REACTIVE 
       OXYGEN AND NITROGEN SPECIES -- 18. ATTACK AND DEFENSE: 
       REACTIVE OXYGEN AND NITROGEN SPECIES IN TELEOST FISH 
       IMMUNE RESPONSE AND THE COEVOLVED EVASION OF MICROBES AND 
       PARASITES -- PART IV. MARINE ANIMAL STRESS RESPONSE AND 
       BIOMONITORING -- 19. STRESS EFFECTS ON METABOLISM AND 
       ENERGY BUDGETS IN MOLLUSKS -- 20. STARVATION, ENERGETICS, 
       AND ANTIOXIDANT DEFENSES 
505 8  21. ENVIRONMENTALLY INDUCED OXIDATIVE STRESS IN FISH -- 
       22. CHEMICAL POLLUTANTS AND THE MECHANISMS OF REACTIVE 
       OXYGEN SPECIES GENERATION IN AQUATIC ORGANISMS -- 23. 
       BIOMARKERS OF OXIDATIVE STRESS: BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS FOR
       THEIR APPLICATION IN BIOMONITORING OF AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS
       -- PART V. METHODS OF OXIDATIVE STRESS DETECTION -- 24. 
       DETECTION OF REACTIVE METABOLITES OF OXYGEN AND NITROGEN -
       - 25. ROLE OF SINGLET MOLECULAR OXYGEN IN THE OXIDATIVE 
       DAMAGE TO BIOMOLECULES -- 26. TOTAL OXYRADICAL SCAVENGING 
       CAPACITY ASSAY -- 27. SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ASSAYS OF 
       ANTIOXIDANTS -- 28. EVALUATION OF GLUTATHIONE STATUS IN 
       AQUATIC ORGANISMS -- 29. MEASUREMENT OF ANTIOXIDANT 
       PIGMENTS AND VITAMINS IN PHYTOPLANKTON, ZOOPLANKTON, AND 
       FISH -- 30. CAROTENOID ANALYSIS AND IDENTIFICATION IN 
       MARINE ANIMALS -- 31. LINOLEIC ACID OXIDATION PRODUCTS AS 
       BIOMARKERS OF OXIDATIVE STRESS IN VIVO -- 32. THE CLASSIC 
       METHODS TO MEASURE OXIDATIVE DAMAGE: LIPID PEROXIDES, 
       THIOBARBITURIC-ACID REACTIVE SUBSTANCES, AND PROTEIN 
       CARBONYLS -- 33. PROTEIN CARBONYL MEASUREMENT BY ENZYME 
       LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY -- 34. EVALUATION OF 
       MALONDIALDEHYDE LEVELS -- 35. THE USE OF ELECTRON 
       PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE IN STUDIES OF OXIDATIVE DAMAGE TO 
       LIPIDS IN AQUATIC SYSTEMS -- 36. THE ASCORBYL RADICAL/
       ASCORBATE RATIO AS AN INDEX OF OXIDATIVE STRESS IN AQUATIC
       ORGANISMS -- 37. EVALUATION OF OXIDATIVE DNA DAMAGE IN 
       AQUATIC ANIMALS: COMET ASSAYS AND 8-OXO-7,8-DIHIDRO-2'-
       DEOXYGUANOSINE LEVELS -- 38. EVALUATION OF DNA ADDUCTS 
       FORMED BY LIPID PEROXIDATION BY-PRODUCTS -- 39. METHODS TO
       QUANTIFY LYSOSOMAL MEMBRANE STABILITY AND THE ACCUMULATION
       OF LIPOFUSCIN -- Index 
520    Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are  increasingly 
       appreciated as down-stream effectors of cellular damage 
       and dysfunction under natural and anthropogenic stress 
       scenarios in aquatic systems. This comprehensive volume 
       describes oxidative stress phenomena in different climatic
       zones and groups of organisms, taking into account 
       specific habitat conditions and how they affect 
       susceptibility to ROS damage.  A comprehensive and 
       detailed methods section is included which supplies 
       complete protocols for analyzing ROS production, oxidative
       damage, and antioxidant systems. Methods are also 
       evaluated with respect to applicability and constraints 
       for different types of research.   The authors are all 
       internationally recognized experts in particular fields of
       oxidative stress research.   This comprehensive reference 
       volume is essential for students, researchers, and 
       technicians in the field of ROS research, and also 
       contains information useful for veterinarians, 
       environmental health professionals, and decision makers 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Aquatic ecology.;Aquatic biodiversity.;Oxidative 
       stress.;Oxidation, Physiological 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Vazquez-Medina, Jose Pablo 
700 1  Zenteno-Savin, Tania 
700 1  Vazquez-Medina, Jose Pablo 
700 1  Zenteno-Savin, Tania 
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