Friday 28 August
18.00 - 19.30 Arrival at Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences, Kristineberg.
18.30 Dinner at Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences, Kristineberg
19.30 Michael Axelsson, Welcome
19.35 Kjell Døving, Homing of Nemo, effect of
19.50 Erik Höglund, Relations between larval developmental rate, and future growth and stress responsiveness in salmonids
20.05 Jonathan Stecyk, Cardiac performance of perfused cucian carp hearts during anoxia
20.20 Øyvind Øverli, Spot or not? Melanin-based colouration signal stress and parasite resistance in salmonid fish
20.35 Bjarke Jensen, Anatomy and physiology of the reptilian sinus venosus.
Ca 21.00 Get together with beer and wine (BYO)
08.30 – 09.30 Breakfast
10.00 - 12.00 Guided tour of the station
12.00 -13.00 Lunch at Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences, Kristineberg
13.00 Carl-Joachim Isachsen,The extra-oral taste buds in crucian carp.
13.15 Linda Catrine Bohlin, The effect of cortisol on brain cell proliferation in rainbow trout
13.30 Søren Bystrup, Hemoglobin as oxygensensor og NO-donor: What about the hypoxic tolerant turtle?"
13.45 Christine Couturier, Gene expression in anoxic turtle brain
14.00 Madelene Åberg, Differences in oxygen consumption and developmental rate in larvae originating from two strains of Rainbow trout, (Oncorhynchus mykiss) with contrasting stress coping styles
14.15 Time for coffee
14.55 Ian Meyer, Sperm competition and not female cryptic choice is the primary determinant of fertilization success in Atlantic cod.
15.10 Guro Sandvik, RNR in crucian carp - an oxygen dependent enzyme in an anoxia tolerant vertebrate
15.25 Hans Erik Karlsson, Sound detection and avoidance behavior in fish with respect to Anthropogenic noise from seismic surveys and monopiling
15.40 Cathrine Fagernäs, Ethanol production in crucian carp
16.55 Angela Fago, Role of nitrite in hypoxic signaling
16.10 Matti Vornanen, Gene expression of the gill epithelium in three salmon (Salmo salar) stocks migrating to freshwater, brackish water or full-strength seawater
16.35 Sanja Grcic, Gene expression in the brain of socially subordinate rainbow trout
16.50 Roy Weber, Adaptive variation in temperature sensitivities of
17.05 Signe Helbo Bønding, Investigations of myoglobin function in the common carp (Cyprinus carpio)
17.20 Göran Nilsson, Effects of elevated temperature on coral reef fishes: loss of hypoxia tolerance and inability to acclimate
17.35 Peter Pärt, Marine environments and human health - Is there a connection
18.00 - 19.00 Light dinner at Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences, Kristineberg
19.00 Rønnaug Strandaboe, Sulphide and anoxia tolerance of a Namibian fish: how to exploit a hostile environment
19.15 Albin Gräns/ Henrik Seth, Investigating effects of climate change on Arctic fish
19.50 Poster session with beer and wine followed by the traditional shrimp eating
09.30 – 10.30 Breakfast
11.00 – 13.00 AGM (the not so Annual General Meeting). Future for the Nordic Comparative Physiology Meetings
12.30 -14.00 Lunch at Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences, Kristineberg