H.R. (Harry) King
H.R. (Harry) King
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Temperature and salmonid reproduction: implications for aquaculture
NW Pankhurst, HR King
Journal of Fish Biology 76 (1), 69-85, 2010
High prevalence of skeletal deformity and reduced gill surface area in triploid Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)
J Sadler, PM Pankhurst, HR King
Aquaculture 198 (3-4), 369-386, 2001
Effect of elevated summer temperatures on gonadal steroid production, vitellogenesis and egg quality in female Atlantic salmon
HR King, NW Pankhurst, M Watts, PM Pankhurst
Journal of Fish Biology 63 (1), 153-167, 2003
Hypoxia tolerance and oxygen regulation in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar from a Tasmanian population
R Barnes, K H., CG Carter
Aquaculture 318, 397-401, 2011
Physiological stress responses to confinement in diploid and triploid Atlantic salmon
J Sadler, NW Pankhurst, PM Pankhurst, H King
Journal of Fish Biology 56 (3), 506-518, 2000
Reproductive sensitivity to elevated water temperatures in female Atlantic salmon is heightened at certain stages of vitellogenesis
HR King, NW Pankhurst, M Watts
Journal of Fish Biology 70 (1), 190-205, 2007
Ovarian growth and plasma sex steroid and vitellogenin profiles during vitellogenesis in Tasmanian female Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
HR King, NW Pankhurst
Aquaculture 219 (1-4), 797-813, 2003
Fish transport in the aquaculture sector: An overview of the road transport of Atlantic salmon in Tasmania
HR King
Journal of Veterinary Behavior 4 (4), 163-168, 2009
The relationship between acute stress, food intake, endocrine status and life history stage in juvenile farmed Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar
NW Pankhurst, SL Ludke, HR King, RE Peter
Aquaculture 275 (1-4), 311-318, 2008
Maintenance of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) at elevated temperature inhibits cytochrome P450 aromatase activity in isolated ovarian follicles
M Watts, NW Pankhurst, HR King
General and Comparative Endocrinology 135 (3), 381-390, 2004
Effect of maintenance at elevated temperatures on ovulation and luteinizing hormone releasing hormone analogue responsiveness of female Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in Tasmania
HR King, NW Pankhurst
Aquaculture 233 (1-4), 583-597, 2004
Evaluation of an Atlantic salmon SNP chip as a genomic tool for the application in a Tasmanian Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) breeding population
S Dominik, JM Henshall, PD Kube, H King, S Lien, MP Kent, NG Elliott
Aquaculture 308, S56-S61, 2010
Thermal impairment of reproduction is differentially expressed in maiden and repeat spawning Atlantic salmon
NW Pankhurst, HR King, K Anderson, A Elizur, PM Pankhurst, N Ruff
Aquaculture 316 (1-4), 77-87, 2011
Ovulation of Tasmanian Atlantic salmon maintained at elevated temperatures: implications of climate change for sustainable industry development
HR King, NW Pankhurst
International Symposium on the Reproductive Physiology of Fish, 2000
Milt production by non-spermiating male Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) after injection of a commercial gonadotropin releasing hormone analog preparation, 17α-hydroxyprogesterone …
HR King, G Young
Aquaculture 193 (1-2), 179-195, 2001
Railroad car
R Gordon, O Weingart, HA King, JV Springrose
US Patent 4,230,048, 1980
Diversity and linkage disequilibrium in farmed Tasmanian Atlantic salmon
J Kijas, N Elliot, P Kube, B Evans, N Botwright, H King, CR Primmer, ...
Animal genetics 48 (2), 237-241, 2017
Relationship between stress, feeding and plasma ghrelin levels in rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss
NW Pankhurst, HR King, SL Ludke
Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 41 (1), 53-64, 2008
Effect of short-term temperature reduction on ovulation and LHRHa responsiveness in female Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) maintained at elevated water temperatures
HR King, NW Pankhurst
Aquaculture 238 (1-4), 421-436, 2004
Filament composite railroad car
R Gordon, HA King, JV Springrose, RW Cuddihy
US Patent 4,292,898, 1981
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