Tom G Pottinger
Tom G Pottinger
Research scientist, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Lancaster
Verified email at ceh.ac.uk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Stress responses and disease resistance in salmonid fish: effects of chronic elevation of plasma cortisol
AD Pickering, TG Pottinger
Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 7 (1-6), 253-258, 1989
7161989
Current issues in fish welfare
FA Huntingford, C Adams, VA Braithwaite, S Kadri, TG Pottinger, ...
Journal of Fish Biology 68 (2), 332-372, 2006
6482006
Recovery of the brown trout, Salmo trutta L., from acute handling stress: a time‐course study
AD Pickering, TG Pottinger, P Christie
Journal of Fish Biology 20 (2), 229-244, 1982
5201982
Stress reduces the quality of gametes produced by rainbow trout.
PM Campbell, TG Pottinger, JP Sumpter
Biology of Reproduction 47 (6), 1140-1150, 1992
3551992
Evolutionary background for stress-coping styles: relationships between physiological, behavioral, and cognitive traits in non-mammalian vertebrates
Ø Øverli, C Sørensen, KGT Pulman, TG Pottinger, W Korzan, ...
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 31 (3), 396-412, 2007
3152007
Modification of the plasma cortisol response to stress in rainbow trout by selective breeding
TG Pottinger, TR Carrick
General and Comparative Endocrinology 116 (1), 122-132, 1999
3051999
The effects of acute and chronic stress on the levels of reproductive hormones in the plasma of mature male brown trout, Salmo trutta L
AD Pickering, TG Pottinger, J Carragher, JP Sumpter
General and Comparative Endocrinology 68 (2), 249-259, 1987
2821987
The deleterious effects of cortisol implantation on reproductive function in two species of trout, Salmo trutta L. and Salmo gairdneri Richardson
JF Carragher, JP Sumpter, TG Pottinger, AD Pickering
General and Comparative Endocrinology 76 (2), 310-321, 1989
2591989
Behavioral and neuroendocrine correlates of selection for stress responsiveness in rainbow trout—a review
Ø Øverli, S Winberg, TG Pottinger
Integrative and Comparative Biology 45 (3), 463-474, 2005
2532005
Stress responsiveness affects dominant–subordinate relationships in rainbow trout
TG Pottinger, TR Carrick
Hormones and Behavior 40 (3), 419-427, 2001
2352001
Preliminary evidence that chronic confinement stress reduces the quality of gametes produced by brown and rainbow trout
PM Campbell, TG Pottinger, JP Sumpter
Aquaculture 120 (1-2), 151-169, 1994
2321994
Effects of acute and chronic stress on the levels of circulating growth hormone in the rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss
AD Pickering, TG Pottinger, JP Sumpter, JF Carragher, PY Le Bail
General and Comparative Endocrinology 83 (1), 86-93, 1991
2241991
Contamination of headwater streams in the United Kingdom by oestrogenic hormones from livestock farms
P Matthiessen, D Arnold, AC Johnson, TJ Pepper, TG Pottinger, ...
Science of the Total Environment 367 (2-3), 616-630, 2006
2212006
The effect of starvation on growth and plasma growth hormone concentrations of rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss
JP Sumpter, PY Le Bail, AD Pickering, TG Pottinger, JF Carragher
General and Comparative Endocrinology 83 (1), 94-102, 1991
2181991
Exposure of female juvenile rainbow trout to alkylphenolic compounds results in modifications to growth and ovosomatic index
LA Ashfield, TG Pottinger, JP Sumpter
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 17 (4), 679-686, 1998
1941998
Seasonal and diel changes in plasma cortisol levels of the brown trout, Salmo trutta L
AD Pickering, TG Pottinger
General and Comparative Endocrinology 49 (2), 232-239, 1983
1911983
The influence of social interaction on the acclimation of rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss (Walbaum) to chronic stress
TG Pottinger, AD Pickering
Journal of Fish Biology 41 (3), 435-447, 1992
1811992
Differences in behaviour between rainbow trout selected for high-and low-stress responsiveness
Ø Øverli, TG Pottinger, TR Carrick, E Øverli, S Winberg
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (3), 391-395, 2002
1802002
Crowding causes prolonged leucopenia in salmonid fish, despite interrenal acclimation
AD Pickering, TG Pottinger
Journal of Fish Biology 30 (6), 701-712, 1987
1581987
Cortisol can increase the susceptibility of brown trout, Salmo trutta L., to disease without reducing the white blood cell count
AD Pickering, TG Pottinger
Journal of Fish Biology 27 (5), 611-619, 1985
1541985
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