Publications

 

Refereed publications:

 

Tilves, U., Fuentes, V.L. Milisenda, G., Parrish, C.C., Vizzini, S., and Sabatés A. 2017 Assessing trophic interactions of the jellyfish Pelagia noctiluca in the NW Mediterranean: evidence from stable isotope signatures and fatty acid composition. Marine Ecology Progress Series DOI: https://doi.org/10.3354/meps12332

Salvo, F., Hamoutene, D., Wareham Hayes, V.E., Edinger, E.N., and Parrish, C.C., 2017. Investigation of trophic ecology in Newfoundland cold water deep-sea corals using lipid class and fatty acid analyses. Coral Reefs accepted with minor revisions August 2017.

Rocha, G.S., Katan, T., Parrish, C.C., Gamperl, A.K., 2017. Effects of wild zooplankton versus enriched rotifers and Artemia on the biochemical composition of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) larvae. Aquaculture 479: 100–113.

Hixson, S.M., Parrish, C.C., Xue, X., Wells, J.S., Collins, S.A. Anderson, D.M., and Rise, M.L., 2017. Growth performance, tissue composition, and gene expression responses in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) fed varying levels of different lipid sources. Aquaculture 467: 76-88.

Gianasi, B.L. Parrish, C.C., Hamel, J.-F., and Mercier A., 2017. Influence of diet on growth, reproduction, and lipid and fatty acid composition in the sea cucumber Cucumaria frondosa. Aquaculture Research 48: 3413-3432.

Gallardi, D., Mills, T., Donnet, S., Parrish, C.C. and Murray, H.M., 2017. Condition and biochemical profile of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis L.) cultured at different depths in a cold water coastal environment. Journal of Sea Research 126: 37-45

Eslamloo, K., Xue, X., Hall, J.R., Smith, N.C., Caballero-Solares, A., Parrish, C.C., Taylor, R.G., and Rise, M.L. 2017. Transcriptome profiling of antiviral immune and dietary fatty acid dependent responses of Atlantic salmon macrophage-like cells. BMC Genomics 18:706 DOI 10.1186 /s12864-017-4099-2

Colombo, S.M., Wacker, A., Parrish, C.C., Kainz, M.J., and Arts, M.T., 2017. A fundamental dichotomy in long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid abundance between and within marine and terrestrial ecosystems. Environmental Reviews 25: 163–174.

Carreón-Palau, L., Parrish, C.C., and Pérez-España, H., 2017. Urban sewage lipids in the suspended particulate matter of a coral reef under river influence in the South West Gulf of Mexico. Water Research 123: 192-205.

Campanyà-Llovet, N., Snelgrove, P.V.R., and Parrish, C.C., 2017. Rethinking the importance of food quality in marine benthic food webs. Progress in Oceanography 156: 240–251.

Caballero-Solares, A., Hall, J.R., Xue, X., Eslamloo, K., Taylor, R.G., Parrish, C.C., and Rise, M.L. 2017. The dietary replacement of marine ingredients by terrestrial animal and plant alternatives modulates the antiviral immune response of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Fish and Shellfish Immunology 64: 24-38.

Rocha, G.S., Parrish, C.C., Lombardi, A.T., Melão, M.G.G., 2016. Copper affects biochemical and physiological responses of Selenastrum gracile (Reinsch). Ecotoxicology 25: 1468-1477.

Mercier, A., Sun, Z., Parrish, C.C., Hamel, J.-F., 2016. Remarkable shifts in offspring provisioning during gestation in a live-bearing Cnidarian. PLoS ONE 11(4): e0154051. doi:10.1371 /journal.pone.0154051.

Hixson, S.M., Parrish, C.C., Wells, J.S., Winkowski, E.M., Anderson D.M., and Bullerwell, C.N., 2016. Inclusion of camelina meal as a protein source in diets for farmed salmonids. Aquaculture Nutrition 22: 615-630.

Hailat, I.A., Parrish, C.C., and Helleur, R.J., 2016. Sterol composition of blue mussels fed algae and effluent diets from finfish culture. Journal of Shellfish Research 35: 429-434.

Connelly, T.L., Businski, T.N., Deibel, D., Parrish, C.C., and Trela, P. 2016. Annual cycle and spatial trends in fatty acid composition of suspended particulate organic matter across the Beaufort Sea shelf. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 181: 170-181.

Connelly, T.L., Businski, T.N., Deibel, D., Parrish, C.C., and Trela, P. 2016. Annual cycle of lipid content and lipid class composition in zooplankton from the Beaufort Sea shelf, Canadian Arctic. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73: 747-758.

Colombo, S.M., Parrish, C.C., and Whiticar, M.J., 2016. Fatty acid stable isotope signatures of molluscs exposed to finfish farming outputs. Aquaculture Environment Interactions 8: 611–617.

Xue, X., Hixson, S.M., Hori, T.S., Booman, M., Parrish, C.C., Anderson, D.M., and Rise M.L, 2015. Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) liver transcriptome response to diets containing Camelina sativa products. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part D 14: 1–15

Salvo, F., Dufour, S.C., Hamoutene, D., and Parrish, C.C., 2015. Lipid classes and fatty acids in Ophryotrocha cyclops, a dorvilleid from Newfoundland aquaculture sites. PLoS ONE 10(8): e0136772. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0136772

Pethybridge, H.R., Parrish, C.C., Morrongiello, J., Young, J.W. Farley J.H., Gunasekera, R., and Nichols, P.D., 2015. Spatial patterns and temperature predictions of tuna fatty acids: tracing essential nutrients and changes in primary producers. PLoS ONE 10(7): e0131598. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.013159

Chia, M.A., Lombardi, A.T., Melão, M.G.G., and Parrish, C.C., 2015.Combined nitrogen limitation and cadmium stress stimulate total carbohydrates, lipids, protein and amino acid accumulation in Chlorella vulgaris (Trebouxiophyceae). Aquatic Toxicology 160: 87–95

Parrish, C.C., Pethybridge, H., Young, J.W. and Nichols P.D., 2015. Spatial variation in fatty acid trophic markers in albacore tuna from the southwestern Pacific Ocean - a potential 'tropicalization' signal. Deep-Sea Research II 113: 199–207.

Parrish, C.C., Nichols P.D., Pethybridge, H., and Young, J.W., 2015. Direct determination of fatty acids in fish tissues: quantifying top predator trophic connections. Oecologia 177: 85–95.

Hixson, S.M., Parrish, C.C., Wells, J.S., Winkowski, E.M., Anderson D.M., and Bullerwell, C.N., 2015. Inclusion of camelina meal as a protein source in diets for farmed salmonids. Aquaculture Nutrition doi: 10.1111/anu.12276

Pérez-Casanova, J.C., Webb, M., Lush, L., Parrish, C., Costa, I.A.S.F., and Hamoutene, D., 2015. Effects of broodstock diets on growth of larval Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.). Aquaculture International 23: 1063–1070.

Sun, Z., Hamel, J.-F., Parrish, C.C., and Mercier A., 2015. Complex offspring size effects: variations across life stages and between species. Ecology and Evolution 5: 1117–1129.

George, E.M., and Parrish, C.C., 2015. Invertebrate uptake of lipids in the vicinity of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) aquaculture sites in British Columbia. Aquaculture Research 46: 1044-1065.

Xue, X., Feng, C.Y., Hixson, S.M., Johnstone, K., Anderson, D.M., Parrish, C.C.., and Rise M.L, 2014. Characterization of fatty acyl elongase (elovl) gene family, and hepatic elovl and delta-6 fatty acyl desaturase transcript expression and fatty acid responses to diets containing camelina oil in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 175: 9-22.

Tonietto, A.E., Lombardi, A.T., Vieira, A.A.H., Parrish C.C., Choueri, R.B., 2014. Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii (Cyanobacteria) exudates: Chemical characterization and complexation capacity for Cu, Zn, Cd and Pb. Water Research 49: 381-390.

Pethybridge, H., Parrish, C.C., Bruce, B.D., Young, J.W. and Nichols P.D., 2014. Lipid, fatty acid and energy density profiles of white sharks: insights into the feeding ecology and ecophysiology of a complex top predator. PLoS ONE 9(5): e97877. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0097877

Mejri, S., Audet, C., Vandenberg, G.W., Parrish C.C., and Tremblay R., 2014. Biochemical egg quality in a captive walleye (Sander vitreus) broodstock population relative to ovulation timing following hormonal treatment. Aquaculture 431: 99–106

Wijekoon, M.P.A., Parrish, C.C., and Mansour, A., 2014. Effect of dietary substitution of fish oil with flaxseed or sunflower oil on muscle fatty acid composition in juvenile steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) reared at varying temperatures. Aquaculture 433: 74-81.

Hixson, S.M., Parrish, C.C., and Anderson D.M., 2014. Use of camelina oil to replace fish oil in diets for farmed salmonids and Atlantic cod. Aquaculture 431: 44–52

Hixson, S.M., and Parrish, C.C., 2014. Substitution of fish oil with camelina oil and inclusion of camelina meal in diets fed to Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) and their effects on growth, tissue lipid classes, and fatty acids. Journal of Animal Science 92: 1055–1067. doi:10.2527/jas2013-7146.

Hixson, S.M., Parrish, C.C., and Anderson D.M., 2014. Full substitution of fish oil with camelina (Camelina sativa) oil, with partial substitution of fish meal with camelina meal, in diets for farmed Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and its effect on tissue lipids and sensory quality. Food Chemistry 157: 51–61.

Hixson, S.M., Parrish, C.C., and Anderson D.M., 2014. Changes in tissue lipid and fatty acid composition of farmed rainbow trout in response to dietary camelina oil as a replacement of fish oil. Lipids 49 :97–111.

Gallardi, D., Hobbs, K., Mills, T., Couturier, C., Parrish, C.C. and Murray, H.M., 2014. Effects of extended ambient live holding on cultured blue mussels (Mytilus edulis L.) with reference to condition index, lipid profile, glycogen content and organoleptic testing. Aquaculture 430: 149-158.

Connelly, T.L., Deibel, D., and Parrish, C.C., 2014. Trophic interactions in the benthic boundary layer of the Beaufort Sea Shelf, Arctic Ocean: Combining bulk stable isotope and fatty acid signatures. Progress in Oceanography 120: 79–92

Parrish, C.C., 2013. Lipids in Marine Ecosystems. ISRN Oceanography. Article ID 604045, 16 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.5402/2013/604045. (Commissioned Spotlight Article for the International Scholarly Research Network)

Hixson, S.M., Parrish, C.C., and Anderson D.M., 2013. Effect of replacement of fish oil with camelina (Camelina sativa) oil on growth, lipid class and fatty acid composition of farmed juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Fish Physiology & Biochemistry 39: 1441–1456.

George, E.M., and Parrish, C.C., 2013. Output of organic material from land-based juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) tanks. Aquaculture International 21:157–176

Copeman, L.A., Laurel, B.J., and Parrish, C.C., 2013. Effect of temperature and tissue type on fatty acid signatures of two species of North Pacific juvenile gadids: a laboratory feeding study. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 448: 188–196.

Chia, M.A., Lombardi, A.T., Melão, M.G.G., and Parrish, C.C., 2013. Effects of cadmium and nitrogen on lipid composition of Chlorella vulgaris (Trebouxiophyceae). European Journal of Phycology 48: 1–11.

Chia, M.A., Lombardi, A.T., Melão, M.G.G., and Parrish, C.C., 2013. Lipid composition of Chlorella vulgaris (Trebouxiophyceae) as a function of different cadmium and phosphate concentrations. Aquatic Toxicology 128-129: 171-182.

Carreón-Palau, L., Parrish, C.C., del Ángel-Rodríguez, J.A., Pérez-España, H., and Aguiñiga-García, S., 2013. Revealing organic carbon sources fueling a coral reef food web in the Gulf of Mexico using stable isotopes and fatty acids. Limnology and Oceanography 58: 593–612

Both A., Parrish, C.C. Penney, R.W., and Thompson, R.G., 2013. Physical and biochemical properties of effluent leaving an onshore Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua, Linnaeus 1758; Gadiformes: Gadidae) aquaculture facility and potential use in integrated multi-trophic aquaculture. Aquaculture Research 44: 1940–1951.

Parrish, C.C., French, V.M., Whiticar, M.J., 2012. Lipid class and fatty acid composition of copepods (Calanus finmarchicus, C. glacialis, Pseudocalanus sp., Tisbe furcata, and Nitokra lacustris) fed various combinations of autotrophic and heterotrophic protists. Journal of Plankton Research 34: 356-375.

Laurel, B.J., Copeman, L.A., and Parrish, C.C., 2012. Role of temperature on lipid/fatty acid composition in Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus) eggs and unfed larvae. Marine Biology 159: 2025–2034.

Deibel, D., Parrish, C.C., Grønkjær, P., Munk, P., and Gissel Nielsen, T., 2012. Lipid class and fatty acid content of the leptocephalus larva of tropical eels. Lipids 47: 623-634.

Copeman, L.A., Stoner, A.W., Ottmar, M.L., Daly, B., Parrish, C.C., and Eckert, G.L. 2012. Total lipids, lipid classes and fatty acids of newly settled red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus): comparison of hatchery-cultured and wild crabs. Journal of Shellfish Research 31: 153-165.

Connelly, T.L., Deibel, D., and Parrish, C.C., 2012. Biogeochemistry of near-bottom suspended particulate matter of the Beaufort Sea shelf (Arctic Ocean): C, N, P, ä13C and fatty acids. Continental Shelf Research 43:120–132.

Connelly, T.L., Deibel, D., and Parrish, C.C., 2012. Elemental composition, total lipid content, and lipid class proportions in zooplankton from the benthic boundary layer of the Beaufort Sea shelf (Canadian Arctic). Polar Biology 35: 941-957.

Both A., Parrish, C.C. and Penney, R.W., 2012. Growth and biochemical composition of Mytilus edulis when reared on effluent from a cod, Gadus morhua, aquaculture facility. Journal of Shellfish Research 31: 79–85.

Pepin, P., Parrish C.C., and Head, E.J.H., 2011. Late autumn condition of Calanus finmarchicus in the northwestern Atlantic: evidence of size-dependent differential feeding. Marine Ecology Progress Series 423: 155-166.

Parrish, C.C., Milke, L.M. and Bricelj, V.M., 2011. Characterisation of 4a-methyl sterols in Pavlova spp. and postlarval sea scallops, Placopecten magellanicus. Aquaculture 311: 261–262.

Both A., Parrish, C.C. Penney, R.W., and Thompson, R.G., 2011. Lipid composition of Mytilus edulis reared on effluent from a Gadus morhua aquaculture facility. Aquatic Living Resources 24: 295–301.

Laurel, B.J., Copeman, L.A., Hurst, T.P., and Parrish, C.C., 2010. The ecological significance of lipid/fatty acid synthesis in developing eggs and newly hatched larvae of Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus). Marine Biology 157: 1713-1724.

Penney, R.W., Hart, M.J., Lush, P.L., and Parrish, C.C., 2009. Effect of photoperiod advancement of Atlantic cod spawning on egg size and biochemistry. N. Am. J. Aquacult. 71: 107-115. (Winner of the North American Journal of Aquaculture 2009 Best Paper Award)

Parrish, C.C., Deibel, D., and Thompson, R.J., 2009. Effect of sinking spring phytoplankton blooms on lipid content and composition in suprabenthic and benthic invertebrates in a cold ocean coastal environment. Marine Ecology Progress Series 391: 33-51.

Hooper, T., and Parrish, C.C. 2009. Profiling neutral lipids in individual fish larvae by using short-column gas chromatography with flame ionization detection. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 7: 411-418.

Copeman, L.A., Parrish, C.C., Gregory, R.S., Jamieson, R.E., Wells, J., and Whiticar, M.J., 2009. Fatty acid biomarkers in coldwater eelgrass meadows: elevated terrestrial input to the food web of age-0 Atlantic cod Gadus morhua. Marine Ecology Progress Series 386: 237-251.

Milke, L.M., Bricelj, V.M. and Parrish, C.C., 2008. Biochemical characterization and nutritional value of three Pavlova spp. in unialgal and mixed diets with Chaetoceros muelleri for postlarval sea scallops, Placopecten magellanicus. Aquaculture 276: 130-142.

Garcia, A.S., Parrish, C.C., Brown, J.A., Johnson, S.C. and Leadbeater, S., 2008. Use of differently enriched rotifers, Brachionus plicatilis, during larviculture of haddock, Melanogrammus aeglefinus: effects on early growth, survival and body lipid composition. Aquaculture Nutrition 14: 431-444.

Garcia, A.S., Parrish, C.C., and Brown, J.A. 2008. Use of enriched rotifers and Artemia during larviculture of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua, Linnaeus, 1758): effects on early growth, survival and lipid composition. Aquaculture Research 39: 406-419.

Garcia, A.S., Parrish, C.C., and Brown, J.A. 2008. A comparison among differently enriched rotifers (Brachionus plicatilis) and their effect on Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) larvae early growth, survival and lipid composition. Aquaculture Nutrition 14: 14-30.

Garcia, A.S., Parrish, C.C., and Brown, J.A. 2008. Growth and lipid composition of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) larvae in response to differently enriched Artemia franciscana. Fish Physiol. Biochem. 34: 77-94.

Copeman, L.A., Parrish, C.C., Gregory, R.S., and Wells, J.S., 2008. Decreased lipid storage in juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) during settlement in cold-water eelgrass habitat. Marine Biology 154: 823-832.

Smith, R.E.H., Parrish, C.C., Depew, D.C., and Ghadouani, A., 2007. Spatial patterns of seston concentration and biochemical composition between nearshore and offshore waters of a Great Lake. Freshwater Biology 52: 2196-2210.

Parrish, C.C., Whiticar, M., and Puvanendran V., 2007. Is ù6 docosapentaenoic acid an essential fatty acid during early ontogeny in marine fauna? Limnol. Oceanogr. 52: 476–479.

Alkanani T, Parrish C.C., Thompson R.J., and McKenzie C.H., 2007. Role of fatty acids in cultured mussels, Mytilus edulis, grown in Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 348: 33-45.

Penney, R.W., Lush, P.L., Wade, J., Brown, J.A., Parrish, C.C., and Burton, M.P.M., 2006. Comparative utility of egg blastomere morphology and lipid biochemistry for prediction of hatching success in Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua L. Aquaculture Research 37: 272-283.

Park, H.G., Puvanendran, V., Kellett, A., Parrish, C.C., Brown, J.A., 2006. Effect of enriched rotifers on growth and survival of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) larvae. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 63: 285-295

O'Brien-MacDonald, K., Brown, J.A. and Parrish, C.C., 2006. Growth, behaviour, and digestive enzyme activity in larval Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in relation to rotifer lipid. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 63: 275-284

Milke, L.M., Bricelj, V.M. and Parrish, C.C., 2006. Comparison of early life history stages of the bay scallop, Argopecten irradians: Effects of microalgal diets on growth and biochemical composition. Aquaculture 260: 272-289.

Khan, M.A., Parrish, C.C. and Shahidi, F., 2006. Effects of mechanical handling, storage on ice and ascorbic acid treatment on lipid oxidation in cultured Newfoundland blue mussel (Mytilus edulis). Food Chemistry 99: 605-614

Khan, M.A., Parrish, C.C., and Shahidi, F., 2006. Effects of environmental characteristics of aquaculture sites on the quality of cultivated Newfoundland blue mussels (Mytilus edulis). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 54: 2236-2241.

Van Biesen, G., and Parrish, C.C. 2005. Long-chain monounsaturated fatty acids as biomarkers for the dispersal of organic waste from a fish enclosure. Mar. Env. Res. 60: 375-388.

Richoux, N.B., Deibel, D., Thompson, R.J, and Parrish, C.C., 2005. Seasonal and developmental variation in the fatty acid composition of Mysis mixta (Mysidacea) and Acanthostepheia malmgreni (Amphipoda) from the hyperbenthos of a cold-ocean environment (Conception Bay, Newfoundland). J. Plankton Res. 27: 719-733.

Pernet, F., Bricelj, V.M., and Parrish, C.C., 2005. Effect of varying dietary levels of ù6 polyunsaturated fatty acids during the early ontogeny of the sea scallop, Placopecten magellanicus. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 327: 115-133.

Parrish, C.C., Thompson, R.J. and Deibel, D., 2005. Lipid classes and fatty acids in plankton and settling matter during the spring bloom in a cold ocean coastal environment. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 286: 57-68.

Khan, M.A., Parrish, C.C., and Shahidi, F., 2005. Quality indicators of cultured Newfoundland blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) during storage on ice: Microbial growth, pH, lipid oxidation, chemical composition characteristics, and microbial fatty acid contents. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 53: 7067-7073.

Khan, M.A., Parrish C.C., and Shahidi F., 2005. Enumeration of total heterotrophic and psychrotrophic bacteria using different types of agar to evaluate the microbial quality of blue mussels (Mytilus edulis) and sea scallops (Placopecten magellanicus). Food Res. International 38: 751-758.

Alkanani, T., Parrish, C.C., Rodnick, K.J., and Gamperl, A.K., 2005. Lipid class and nonesterified fatty acid profiles in plasma of North Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 52: 2509-2518.

Stevens, C.J., Deibel, D., and Parrish, C.C., 2004. Copepod omnivory in the North Water Polynya during autumn: spatial patterns in lipid composition. Deep-Sea Res. I 51: 1637-1658.

Stevens, C.J., Deibel, D., and Parrish, C.C., 2004. Species-specific differences in lipid composition and omnivory indices in Arctic copepods collected in deep water during autumn (North Water Polynya). Mar. Biol. 144: 905-915.

Stevens, C.J., Deibel, D., and Parrish, C.C., 2004. Incorporation of bacterial fatty acids and changes in a wax ester-based omnivory index during a long-term incubation experiment with Calanus glacialis Jaschnov. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 303: 135-156.

Richoux, N.B., Thompson, R.J, Deibel, D., and Parrish, C.C., 2004. Seasonal and developmental variation in the lipids of Acanthostepheia malmgreni (Amphipoda) from the hyperbenthos of a cold water environment (Conception Bay, Newfoundland). J. Mar. Biol. Ass. UK. 84: 1189-1197

Richoux, N.B., Deibel, D., Thompson, R.J, and Parrish, C.C., 2004. Seasonal changes in the lipids of Mysis mixta (Mysidacea) from the hyperbenthos of a cold-ocean environment (Conception Bay, Newfoundland). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 61: 1940-1953.

Milke, L.M., Bricelj, V.M. and Parrish, C.C., 2004. Growth of postlarval sea scallops, Placopecten magellanicus, on microalgal diets, with emphasis on the nutritional role of lipids and fatty acids. Aquaculture 234: 293-317

Mercier, L., Audet, C., de la Noüe, J., Parent, B., Parrish, C.C., Ross, N.W., 2004. First feeding of winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) larvae: use of Brachionus plicatilis acclimated at low temperature as live prey. Aquaculture 229: 361-376.

Copeman, L.A., and Parrish, C.C., 2004. Lipid classes, fatty acids, and sterols in seafood from Gilbert Bay, Southern Labrador. J. Agricultural Food Chem. 52: 4872 - 4881.

Zhu, P., Parrish, C.C., and Brown, J.A., 2003. Lipid and amino acid metabolism during early development of Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus). Aquaculture International 11: 43-52.

Ramos, C.S., Parrish, C.C., Quibuyen, T.A.O., and Abrajano, T.A., 2003. Molecular and carbon isotopic variations in lipids in rapidly settling particles during a spring phytoplankton bloom. Org. Geochem. 34: 195-207.

Kainz, M., Lucotte, M., and Parrish, C.C., 2003. Relationships between organic matter composition and methyl mercury content of offshore and carbon-rich littoral sediments in an oligotrophic lake. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 60: 888-896.

Dwyer, K.S., Parrish, C.C., and Brown, J.A., 2003. Lipid composition of yellowtail flounder (Limanda ferruginea) in relation to dietary lipid intake. Mar. Biol. 143: 659 - 667.

Copeman, L.A., and Parrish, C.C., 2003. Marine lipids in a cold coastal ecosystem: Gilbert Bay, Labrador. Mar. Biol. 143: 1213-1227.

Budge, S.M. and Parrish, C.C., 2003. FA determination in cold water marine samples. Lipids 38: 781-791.

Scott, K.D., Fahraeus-Van Ree, G.E., and Parrish, C.C., 2002. Sex differences in hepatic lipids of toxaphene-exposed juvenile yellowtail flounder (Pleuronectes ferrugineus Storer). Ecotoxicol. Environ. Safety 51: 168-176.

Saliot, A., Parrish, C.C., Sadouni, N., Bouloubassi, I., Fillaux, J., and Cauwet, G., 2002. Transport and fate of Danube delta terrestrial organic matter in the Northwest Black Sea mixing zone. Mar. Chem. 79: 243-259.

Kainz, M., Lucotte, M., and Parrish, C.C., 2002. Methyl mercury in zooplankton—the role of size, habitat and food quality. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 59: 1606-1615.

Hall, J.M., Parrish, C.C. and Thompson, R.J., 2002. Eicosapentaenoic acid regulates scallop (Placopecten magellanicus) membrane fluidity in response to cold. Biol. Bull. 202: 201-203.

Dwyer, K.S., Brown, J.A., Parrish, C., and Lall, S.P., 2002. Feeding frequency affects food consumption, feeding pattern and growth of juvenile yellowtail flounder (Pleuronectes ferruginea). Aquaculture 213: 279-292.

Copeman, L.A., Parrish, C.C., Brown, J.A., and Harel, M., 2002. Effects of docosahexaenoic, eicosapentaenoic, and arachidonic acids on the early growth, survival, lipid composition and pigmentation of yellowtail flounder (Limanda ferruginea): a live food enrichment experiment. Aquaculture 210: 285-304.

Copeman, L.A., and Parrish, C.C., 2002. Lipid composition of malpigmented and normally pigmentated newly settled yellowtail flounder, Limanda ferruginea. Aquaculture Research 33: 1209-1219.

Hudson, E.D., Parrish, C.C., and Helleur, R.J., 2001. Biogeochemistry of sterols in plankton, settling particles and recent sediments in a cold ocean ecosystem (Trinity Bay, Newfoundland). Mar. Chem. 76: 253-270.

Hudson, E.D., Helleur, R.J., and Parrish, C.C., 2001. Thin-layer chromatography-pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry: a multidimensional approach to marine lipid class and molecular species analysis. J. Chromatogr. Sci. 39: 146-152.

Budge, S.M., Parrish, C.C., and McKenzie, C.H., 2001. Fatty acid composition of phytoplankton, settling particulate matter and sediments at a sheltered bivalve aquaculture site. Mar. Chem. 76: 285-303.

Bergen, B.J., Quinn, J.G., and Parrish, C.C., 2000. Quality-assurance study of marine lipid- class determination using Chromarod/Iatroscan thin-layer chromatography - flame ionization detector. Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 19: 2189-2197.

Budge, S.M., and Parrish, C.C., 1999. Lipid class and fatty acid composition of Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries and Pseudo-nitzschia pungens and effects of lipolytic enzyme deactivation. Phytochemistry 52: 561-566

Parrish, C.C., Wells, J.S., Yang, Z., and Dabinett, P., 1998. Growth and lipid composition of scallop juveniles, Placopecten magellanicus, fed the flagellate Isochrysis galbana with varying lipid composition and the diatom Chaetoceros muelleri. Mar. Biol. 133: 461-471.

Parrish, C.C., Bodennec, G., and Gentien, P., 1998. Haemolytic glycoglycerolipids from Gymnodinium species. Phytochemistry 47: 783-787.

Parrish, C.C., 1998. Lipid biogeochemistry of plankton, settling matter and sediments in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. I. Lipid classes. Org. Geochem. 29: 1531-1545.

Budge, S.M., and Parrish, C.C., 1998. Lipid biogeochemistry of plankton, settling matter and sediments in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.II. Fatty acids. Org. Geochem. 29: 1547-1559.

Liu, Q., Parrish, C.C., and Helleur, R., 1998. Lipid class and carbohydrate concentrations in marine colloids. Mar. Chem. 60: 177-188.

Evans, R.P., Parrish, C.C., Zhu, P., Brown, J.A., and Davis, P.J., 1998. Changes in phospholipase A2 activity and lipid content during early development of Atlantic halibut, (Hippoglossus hippoglossus). Mar. Biol. 130: 369-376.

Parrish, C.C., Myher, J.J., Kuksis, A., and Angel, A., 1997. Lipid structure of rat adipocyte plasma membranes following dietary lard and fish oil. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1323: 253-262.

Yang, Z., Parrish, C.C., and Helleur, R.J., 1996. Automated gas chromatographic method for neutral lipid carbon number profiles in marine samples. J. Chromatogr. Sci. 34: 556-568.

Parrish, C.C., Yang, Z., Lau, A., and Thompson, R.J., 1996. Lipid composition of Yoldia hyperborea (Protobranchia), Nephthys ciliata (Nephthyidae) and Artacama proboscidea (Terebellidae) living at sub-zero temperatures. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 114B: 59-67.

Parrish, C.C., Bodennec, G., and Gentien, P., 1996. Determination of glycoglycerolipids by Chromarod thin-layer chromatography with Iatroscan flame ionization detection. J. Chromatogr. A 741: 91-97.

Liu, Q., and Parrish, C.C., 1996. Concentration of hydrocarbons, acyl lipids, ketones and alcohols in marine colloids by cross-flow filtration. Intern. J. Environ. Anal. Chem. 64(2), 135-145.

Evans, R.P., Parrish, C.C., Brown, J.A., and Davis, P.J., 1996. Biochemical composition of eggs from repeat and first-time spawning captive Atlantic halibut, (Hippoglossus hippoglossus). Aquaculture 139: 139-149.

Parrish, C.C., McLeod, C.A., and Ackman, R.G., 1995. Sensory evaluation of Atlantic salmon fed three types of herring-based diet. J. Sci. Food. Agric. 68: 325-329.

Parrish, C.C., McKenzie, C.H., MacDonald, B.A., and Hatfield, E.A., 1995. Seasonal studies of seston lipids in relation to microplankton species composition and scallop growth in South Broad Cove, Newfoundland. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 129: 151-164.

Sigurgisladottir, S., Parrish, C.C., Lall, S.P., and Ackman, R.G., 1994. Effects of feeding natural tocopherols and astaxanthin on Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) fillet quality. Food Res. Internat. 27: 23-32.

Sigurgisladottir, S., Parrish, C.C., Ackman, R.G., and Lall, S.P., 1994. Tocopherol deposition in the muscle of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). J. Food Sci. 59: 256-259.

Parrish, C.C., Bodennec, G., and Gentien, P. 1994. Time courses of intracellular and extracellular lipid classes in batch cultures of the toxic dinoflagellate, Gymnodinium cf. nagasakiense. Mar. Chem. 48: 71-82.

Parrish, C.C., Bodennec, G., Sebedio, J.-L., and Gentien, P., 1993. Intra- and extracellular lipids in cultures of the toxic dinoflagellate, Gyrodinium aureolum. Phytochemistry 32: 291-295.

Daniel, E.S., Parrish, C.C., Somerton, D.C., and Brown, J.A., 1993. Lipids in eggs from first-time and repeat spawning Atlantic halibut, Hippoglossus hippoglossus (L.). Aquacul. Fish. Management 24: 187-191.

Vanderploeg, H.A., Gardner, W.S., Parrish, C.C., Liebig, J.L., and Cavaletto, J.F., 1992. Lipids and life-cycle strategy of a hypolimnetic copepod in Lake Michigan. Limnol. Oceanogr. 37: 413-424.

Sigurgisladottir, S., Lall, S.P., Parrish, C.C., and Ackman, R.G., 1992. Cholestane as a digestibility marker in the absorption of polyunsaturated fatty acid ethyl esters in Atlantic salmon. Lipids 27: 418-424.

Parrish, C.C., Eadie, B.J., Gardner, W.S., and Cavaletto, J.F., 1992. Lipid class and alkane distribution in settling particles of the upper Laurentian Great Lakes. Org. Geochem. 18: 33-40.

Parrish, C.C., Bodennec, G., Macpherson, E.J., and Ackman, R.G., 1992. Seawater fatty acids and lipid classes in an urban and a rural Nova Scotia inlet. Lipids 27: 651-655.

Parrish, C.C., Bodennec, G., and Gentien, P., 1992. Separation of polyunsaturated and saturated lipids from marine phytoplankton on silica gel coated Chromarods. J. Chromatogr. 607: 97-104.

Napolitano, G.E., Ackman, R.G., and Parrish, C.C., 1992. Lipids and lipophilic pollutants in three species of migratory shorebirds and their food in Shepody Bay (Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick). Lipids 27: 785-790.

Parrish, C.C., Pathy, D.A., Parkes, J.G., and Angel, A., 1991. Dietary fish oils modify adipocyte structure and function. J. Cell. Physiol. 148: 493-502.

Parrish, C.C., deFreitas, A.S.W., Bodennec, G., Macpherson, E.J., and Ackman, R.G., 1991. Lipid composition of the toxic marine diatom, Nitzschia pungens. Phytochemistry 30: 113-116.

Indrasena, W.M., Paulson, A.T., Parrish, C.C., and Ackman, R.G., 1991. A comparison of alumina and silica gel Chromarods for the separation and characterization of lipid classes by Iatroscan TLC-FID. J. Planar Chromatogr. 4: 182-188.

Zsigmond, E., Parrish, C., Fong, B., and Angel, A., 1990. Changes in dietary lipid saturation modify fatty acid composition and high-density-lipoprotein binding of adipocyte plasma membrane. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 52: 110-119.

Parrish, C.C., and Wangersky, P.J., 1990. Growth and lipid class composition of the marine diatom, Chaetoceros gracilis, in laboratory and mass culture turbidostats. J. Plankton Res. 12: 1011-1021.

Parrish, C.C., Pathy, D.A., and Angel, A., 1990. Dietary fish oils limit adipose tissue hypertrophy in rats. Metabolism 39: 217-219.

Wangersky, P.J., Parrish, C.C., and Wangersky, C.P., 1989. An automated mass culture system for phytoplankton. J. Shellfish Res. 8: 249-252.

Johnson, B.D., Zhou, X., Parrish, C.C., Wangersky, P.J., and Kerman, B.R., 1989. Fractionation of particulate matter, the trace metals Cu, Cd, and Zn, and lipids in foam and water below Niagara Falls. J. Great Lakes Res. 15: 189-196.

Gardner, W.S., Eadie, B.J., Chandler, J.F., Parrish, C.C., and Malczyk, J.M., 1989. Mass flux and "nutritional composition" of settling epilimnetic particles in Lake Michigan. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 46: 1118-1124.

Parrish, C.C., Zhou, X., and Herche, L.R., 1988. Flame ionization and flame thermionic detection of carbon and nitrogen in aquatic lipid and humic-type classes with an Iatroscan Mark IV. J. Chromatogr. 435: 350-356.

Parrish, C.C., Delmas, R.P., Wangersky, P.J., and Ackman, R.G., 1988. Iatroscan-measured profiles of dissolved and particulate marine lipid classes over the Scotian Slope and in Bedford Basin. Mar. Chem. 23: 1-15.

Parrish, C.C., 1988. Dissolved and particulate marine lipid classes: a review. Mar. Chem. 23: 17-40

Parrish, C.C., and Wangersky, P.J., 1987. Particulate and dissolved lipid classes in cultures of Phaeodactylum tricornutum grown in cage culture turbidostats with a range of nitrogen supply rates. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 35: 119-128.

Parrish, C.C., 1987. Separation of aquatic lipid classes by Chromarod thin-layer chromatography with measurement by Iatroscan flame ionization detection. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 44: 722-731.

Parrish, C.C., 1987. Time series of particulate and dissolved lipid classes during spring phytoplankton blooms in Bedford Basin, a marine inlet. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 35: 129-139.

Parrish, C.C., and Ackman, R.G., 1985. Calibration of the Iatroscan-Chromarod system for marine lipid class analyses. Lipids 20: 521-530.

Gardner, W.S., Frez, W.A., Cichocki, E.A., and Parrish, C.C., 1985. Micromethod for lipids in aquatic invertebrates. Limnol. Oceanogr. 30: 1099-1105.

Delmas, R.P., Parrish, C.C., and Ackman, R.G., 1984. Determination of lipid class concentrations in seawater by thin-layer chromatography with flame ionization detection. Anal. Chem. 56: 1272-1277.

Parrish, C.C., and Ackman, R.G., 1983. The effect of developing solvents on lipid class quantification in Chromarod thin layer chromatography/flame ionization detection. Lipids 18: 563-565.

Parrish, C.C., and Ackman, R.G., 1983. Chromarod separations for the analysis of marine lipid classes by Iatroscan thin-layer chromatography - flame ionization detection. J. Chromatogr. 262: 103-112.

 

Other Refereed Contributions

 

Parrish, C. Hixson, S., Wijekoon, M., and Anderson, D., 2017. Plant lipid, protein use in cod, salmonid diets. Global Aquaculture Advocate, November/December pp72-74. (INVITED)

Wijekoon, M.,. Mansour, A., and Parrish C.C. 2014. Effect of diet and temperature on liver and muscle lipid and fatty acid composition in steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci: in press.

Hamoutene, D., Volkoff, H., Parrish, C., Samuelson, S., Mabrouk, G., Mansour, A., Mathieu, A., King, T., and Lee, K. 2011. Effect of produced water on innate immunity, feeding and antioxidant metabolism in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Chapter 16, p311-328 in Produced Water: Environmental Risks and Advances in Mitigation Technologies Lee, K and Neff, J. (Eds) Springer, New York, 608 pp.

Parrish, C.C., 2009. Essential fatty acids in aquatic food webs. pp309-326 in Lipids in Aquatic Ecosystems, Arts, M.T., Brett, M.T. and Kainz, M.J. (eds). Springer, Dordrecht. 377pp. (INVITED)

Turner, N.J., Parrish, C.C., and Solberg, S.M. 2008. Chapter 1: Introduction - Food security in coastal communities in the context of restructuring: Coasts Under Stress. pp1-12 in Resetting the Kitchen Table: Food Security, Culture, Health and Resilience in Coastal Communities. Parrish, C.C., Turner, N.J. and Solberg, S.M. (Eds). Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York, 257pp.

Parrish, C.C., Turner, N.J. and Solberg, S.M. (Eds). 2008. Resetting the Kitchen Table: Food Security, Culture, Health and Resilience in Coastal Communities. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York, 257pp.

Parrish, C.C., Turner, N.J., Ommer, R.E. and Solberg, S.M. 2008. Chapter 13: Conclusions: What food security in coastal communities really means. pp191-198 in Resetting the Kitchen Table: Food Security, Culture, Health and Resilience in Coastal Communities. Parrish, C.C., Turner, N.J. and Solberg, S.M. (Eds). Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York, 257pp.

Parrish, C.C., Copeman, L., Van Biesen, G., and Wroblewski, J., 2008. Chapter 3: Aquaculture and nearshore marine food webs: Implications for seafood quality and the environment north of 50. pp33-49 in Resetting the Kitchen Table: Food Security, Culture, Health and Resilience in Coastal Communities. Parrish, C.C., Turner, N.J. and Solberg, S.M. (Eds) Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York, 257pp.

Ommer, R.E., Coward, H., and Parrish, C.C., 2008. Chapter 2: Knowledge, Uncertainty and Wisdom. pp20-41 in Making and Moving Knowledge: Interdisciplinary and Community-based Research for a World on the Edge. Neis, B. and Lutz, J.S. (Eds) McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, PQ, 338 pp.

Parrish, C.C., Kennedy, J.C., Wroblewski, J., Neis, B., Russo Garrido, Dai, S., Hahn, L., Stanley, Turner, N.J., Volpe, J.P., Hawryshn, C., Lee, Y.J., and Temple, S. 2007. Chapter 12 Future Options I: Aquaculture, Hatcheries, Tourism, Transportation, and Local Initiatives. pp323-350 in Coasts Under Stress. Restructuring and Social-Ecological Health. Rosemary E. Ommer with the Coasts Under Stress Team. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, PQ, 574 pp.

Khan, M.A., Parrish, C.C., and Shahidi, F., 2004. Microbial quality of cultured Newfoundland mussels and scallops. pp317 - 325 in Seafood Quality and Safety: Advances in the New Millennium. Shahidi, F. and Simpson B.K. (eds) ScienceTech Publishing Company, St. John’s, NL, Canada.

Parrish, C.C., Abrajano, T.A., Budge, S.M., Favaro, Y.L., Helleur, R.J., Hudson E., and Pulchan, K., 2002. The marine environment: past and present inputs to Trinity Bay. pp40-72 in The Resilient Outport: Ecology, Economy and Society in Rural Newfoundland. Ommer, R.E. (ed). ISER Books, St. John’s, Newfoundland, 358pp.

Hall, J.M., Parrish, C.C., and Thompson, R.J., 2000. Importance of unsaturated fatty acids in regulating bivalve and finfish membrane fluidity in response to changes in temperature. pp521-545 in Seafood in Health and Nutrition - Transformation in Fisheries and Aquaculture: Global Perspectives. Shahidi F. (ed). ScienceTech Publishing Company, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Halfyard, L.C., Parrish, C.C., and Jauncey, K., 2000. Nutritional requirements of Atlantic wolffish, Anarchichas lupus L. and A. minor Olafsen, two new coldwater aquaculture species. pp449-476 in Seafood in Health and Nutrition - Transformation in Fisheries and Aquaculture: Global Perspectives. Shahidi F. (ed). ScienceTech Publishing Company, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Evans, R.P., Zhu, P., Parrish, C.C., and Brown, J.A., 2000. Lipid and amino acid metabolism during early development of marine fish. pp477-493 in Seafood in Health and Nutrition - Transformation in Fisheries and Aquaculture: Global Perspectives. Shahidi F. (ed). ScienceTech Publishing Company, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Budge, S.M., Parrish, C.C., Thompson, R.J., and McKenzie, C.H., 2000. Fatty acids in plankton in relation to bivalve nutritional requirements. pp495-520 in Seafood in Health and Nutrition - Transformation in Fisheries and Aquaculture: Global Perspectives. Shahidi F. (ed). ScienceTech Publishing Company, St. Johns, Newfoundland.

Bodennec, G., Gentien, P., Parrish, C.C., and Crassous, M.P., 2000. Lipid class and fatty acid compositions of toxic Gymnodinium and Heterosigma strains: haemolytic and signature compounds. pp66-74 in Marine Lipids. Actes de Colloques, 27, Publications IFREMER, Brest, France.

Parrish, C.C., 1999. Determination of total lipid, lipid classes, and fatty acids in aquatic samples. pp4-20 in Lipids in Freshwater Ecosystems, Arts, M.T. and Wainman, B.C. (eds). Springer-Verlag, New York. 319 pp. (INVITED)

McKenzie, C.H., Hatfield, E.A., Harper, F.M., Thompson, R.J., and Parrish, C.C. 1998. Alexandrium fundyense hypnozygote morphology - implications for encystment and excystment. pp165-166 in Harmful Algae. Reguera, B., Blanco, J., Fernández, M.L., and Wyatt, T., eds. Xunta de Galicia and Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO.

Somerton, D.C., Parrish, C.C., Zhu P., and Brown, J.A., 1995. Changes in Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus) egg size, egg lipid content, and fertilization success within and among spawning seasons. European Aquaculture Society, Ghent, Belgium. Special publication No. 24: 35-38.

Parrish, C.C., Yang, Z., Wells, J.S. Castell, J.D., and Brown, J.A. 1995. Egg fatty acid composition of captive Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus) in relation to larval survival. European Aquaculture Society, Ghent, Belgium. Special publication No. 24: 30-33.

Bodennec, G., Gentien, P., Parrish, C.C., Arzul, G., Youenou, A., and Crassous, M.P., 1995. Production of suspected lipid phycotoxins by Gymnodinium cf. nagasakiense in batch cultures. pp407-412 in "Harmful Marine Algal Blooms". (Lassus, P., Arzul, G., Erard-Le Denn, E., Gentien, P., and Marcaillou-Le Baut, C., eds). Proc. 6th Intl. Conf. on Toxic Marine Phytoplankton, Nantes, October 1993. Lavoisier Publishing Inc., Paris. 878pp.

Parrish, C.C., 1986. Dissolved and particulate lipid classes in the aquatic environment. Ph.D dissertation, Dalhousie University, 259pp.

Whitehouse, B.G., Parrish, C.C., and Wangersky, P.J., 1984. The analysis of organic compounds in seawater, 1978-1983. Mar. Anal. Chem. Stand. Progr., Rep. 9, Nat. Res. Coun. Can. No. 23609, 87pp.

 

Book Chapters, Conference Proceedings and Published Comment:

 

Bathia, W.K., Halfyard, L.C., Couturier C., and Parrish, C.C., 2013. Ornamental fish as complementary species in aquaponics. Aquaculture Association of Canada Special Publication: Aquaculture Canada 2012 Proceedings of Contributed Papers pp54-56.

Zhao, P. and Parrish, C.C., 2011. Effect of finfish aquaculture operations on biochemical composition and growth of algae. Aquaculture Association of Canada Special Publication Number 17: 74-76.

George, E.M., and Parrish, C.C., 2011. Organic footprint and composition of particles from marine finfish aquaculture operations. Aquaculture Association of Canada Special Publication Number 17: 34-37.

Both A., Parrish, C.C., Penney, R., and Thompson, R.J. 2011. Physical and biochemical properties of particles released from an onshore Atlantic cod Gadus morhua aquaculture facility in the context of integrated multi-trophic aquaculture. Aquaculture Association of Canada Special Publication Number 17: 14-17.

Rowsell, N.J., and Parrish, C.C. 2010. Incorporation of a krill protein hydrolysate into the feeding regime of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) larvae: Effect on growth, survival and amino acid composition. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada: 108-2: 10-13.

Clarke, M., Parrish C.C., and Penney, R.W, 2010. Free amino acids as an indicator of egg viability in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada: 108-2: 6-9.

Parrish, C., 2009. Interactive comment on “Short term variability of dissolved lipid classes during summer to autumn transition in the Ligurian sea (NW Mediterranean)” by M. Goutx et al. Biogeosciences Discuss., 6, S228–S240

Garcia, A.S., Parrish, C.C., and Brown, J.A., 2005. Effect of different live food enrichments on early growth and lipid composition of Atlantic cod larvae (Gadus morhua). European Aquaculture Society. Special Pub. No. 36: 164-167. Belgium.

Parrish, C.C., Garcia, A.S., and Brown, J.A., 2005. Progress in Atlantic cod aquaculture in North America. European Aquaculture Society. Special Pub. No. 35: 364-365. Belgium.

Khan, M.A., Parrish, C.C., and Shahidi, F., 2005. Fatty acid markers for bacteria presence in mussel. Inform 16: 15-16.

Clarke, M.J., Parrish, C.C., and Penney, R.W. 2005. Lipids and fatty acids as indicators of egg and larval viability in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 105: 17-23.

Rowsell, N.J., Brown, J.A., Parrish, C.C., and Urup, B., 2004. Incorporation of a krill protein hydrolysate into the diet of first-feeding Atlantic cod larvae (Gadus morhua) and its effects on growth and survival. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 8: 80-83.

Halfyard, L.C., and Parrish, C.C., 2002. Biochemical analysis of egg quality and first-feeding condition of the common wolffish, Anarchichas lupus. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 102-2: 33-36.

Zhu, P., Parrish, C.C., and Brown J.A., 2001. Lipid and amino acid metabolism during early development of Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus). European Aquaculture Society, Special publication No. 30: 649-652. Belgium

Mercier, L., Noue, J. de la, Parrish, C.C., and Audet, C., 2001. Acclimatization of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis for rearing of winter flounder larvae. European Aquaculture Society, Special publication No. 30: 367-370. Belgium

Halfyard, L.C., Dwyer, K.S., Parrish, C.C., Jauncey, K., and Brown, J.A., 2001. Effects of dietary n-3 highly unsaturated fatty acids on growth, survival and body composition of the common wolffish, Anarchichas lupus and yellowtail flounder, Limanda ferruginea.

McKenzie, C.H., Hatfield, E.A., Parrish, C.C., and Thompson, R.J., 2001. Seasonal algal food quality at two Newfoundland bivalve aquaculture sites. pp27-30 in Aquacul. Assoc. Canada Spec. Publ. No. 5

Halfyard, L.C., Parrish, C.C., Watkins, J., and Jauncey, K., 2000. Fatty acid and amino acid profiles of eggs from the common wolffish, Anarchichas lupus. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 00-4: 60-63.

Parrish, C.C., Abrajano, T.A., Budge, S.M., Helleur, R.J., Hudson, E.D., Pulchan, K., and Ramos, C. 2000. Lipid and phenolic biomarkers in marine ecosystems: analysis and applications. pp193-223 in Marine Chemistry P.J. Wangersky (Ed.) Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg (INVITED)

Copeman, L., Parrish, C.C., Brown, J.A., and Harel, M., 1999. Effect of dietary ratios of DHA, EPA and AA on early growth, survival and pigmentation of yellowtail flounder (Pleuronectes ferrugineus). Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 99-4:19-21.

Whalen, K.S., Brown, J.A., Parrish, C.C., Lall, S.P., and Goddard, S.J., 1998. Frequency of feeding in juvenile yellowtail flounder (Pleuronectes ferrugineus): possible regimes for grow-out. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 98-2: 25-26.

Whalen, K.S., Brown, J.A., Parrish, C.C., Lall, S.P., and Goddard, S.J., 1998. Effect of dietary n-3 HUFA on growth and body composition of juvenile yellowtail flounder (Pleuronectes ferrugineus). Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 98-2: 21-22.

McKenzie, C.H., Thompson, R.J., and Parrish, C.C., 1998. Recommendations for the management of bivalve aquaculture to minimize exposure to paralytic shellfish poisoning: Site selection, harvest and transport. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 98-2: 82-84.

Halfyard, L.C., Drover, D., Parrish, C.C., and Jauncey, K., 1998. Growth, survival, lipid and amino acid composition in striped wolffish, Anarchichas lupus, fed commercial marine starter diets. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 98-2: 41-43.

Budge, S.M., Parrish, C.C.,Thompson, R.J., and McKenzie, C.H., 1998. Essential fatty acids in plankton from cold ocean coastal environments. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 98-2: 56-58.

Zhu, P., Evans, R.P., Parrish, C.C., Brown, J.A., and Davis, P.J., 1997. Is there a direct connection between amino acid and lipid metabolism in marine fish embryos and larvae? Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 97-2: 48-50.

Budge, S.M., Parrish, C.C., McKenzie, C.H., and Thompson, R.J., 1997. Fatty acid signature compounds of a toxic diatom and a toxic dinoflagellate. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 97-2: 78-80.

Parrish, C.C., Bodennec, G., Gentien, P., deFreitas, A.S.W., 1996. Production of signature and potentially toxic fatty acids by Gymnodinium cf. nagasakiense and Pseudo-nitzschia multiseries. pp15-19 in Penny, R.W. (Ed.) Proceedings of the Fifth Canadian Workshop on Harmful Marine Algae. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2138. xiii + 195p

McKenzie, C.H., Thompson, R.J., Parrish, C.C., Helbig, J., Hatfield, E.A., and deYoung, B., 1996. Alexandrium cysts in coastal cold ocean sediment and their role in bivalve aquaculture management. pp135-136 in Penny, R.W. (Ed.) Proceedings of the Fifth Canadian Workshop on Harmful Marine Algae. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2138. xiii + 195p

Budge, S.M., Parrish, C.C., McKenzie, C.H., and Thompson, R.J., 1996. Fatty acid biomarkers of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium fundyense. pp13-14 in Penny, R.W. (Ed.) Proceedings of the Fifth Canadian Workshop on Harmful Marine Algae. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2138. xiii + 195p

Parrish, C.C., Yang, Z., and Brown, J.A., 1996. Triacylglycerol composition of eggs from captive Atlantic halibut over the spawning season. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 96-1: 41-43.

Parrish, C.C., Castell, J.D., Brown, J.A., Boston, L., Strickland, J.S. and Somerton, D.C., 1994. Fatty acid composition of Atlantic halibut eggs in relation to fertilization. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 94-2: 36-38.

Parrish, C.C., Dabinett, P., Wei, Q., Strickland, J., and Walters, M. 1993. Enhanced growth of hatchery reared scallop spat, Placopecten magellanicus, fed Isochrysis galbana of modified lipid composition. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 93-4: 135-138.

Parrish, C.C., Brown, J.A., Daniel, E.S., and Somerton, D.C. 1993. Lipid composition of Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus) eggs over the spawning season. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 93-4: 35-37.

Parrish, C.C., Li, H., Indrasena, W.M., and Ackman, R.G., 1991. Silage feeds in Atlantic salmon farming: flavor volatiles and lipid composition, feeding trials, and taste panels. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 91-1: 75-84.

Parrish, C.C., 1991. Marine silage production and research in Newfoundland: an overview. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 91-1: 60-62.

Sigurgisladottir, S., Lall, S.P., Parrish, C.C., and Ackman, R.G., 1990. Digestibility of dietary lipids in Atlantic salmon, using cholestane as a digestibility marker. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 90-4: 41-44.

Parrish, C.C., deFreitas, A.S.W., Bodennec, G., Macpherson, E.J., and Ackman, R.G., 1990. Unusual fatty acid composition of the toxic marine diatom, Nitzschia pungens. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 90-4: 15-18.

Li, H., Parrish, C.C., and Ackman, R.G., 1990. Flavor analysis of fish feeds used in Atlantic salmon farming. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 90-4: 32-35.

Indrasena, W.M., Parrish, C.C., Ackman, R.G., and Paulson, A.T., 1990. Separation of lipid classes and carotenoids in Atlantic salmon feeds by thin layer chromatography with Iatroscan flame ionization detection. Bull. Aquacul. Assoc. Canada 90-4: 36-40.

Parrish, C.C., Zsigmond, E.M., Pathy, D.A., Shaikh, N.A., Fong, B.S., and Angel, A., 1989. Effect of fish oil diets on lipid molecular structure of adipocyte plasma membranes in rats. pp. 159-169 in Health Effects of Fish and Fish Oils. R.K. Chandra (ed). ARTS Publishers, St. John's, Newfoundland.

 

Magazine Article and Book Review

 

Parrish, C.C., 2012. Chemical Biomarkers in Aquatic Ecosystems by Thomas S. Bianchi and Elizabeth A. Canuel. Oceanography 25(1): 304-305.

George, E.M., and Parrish, C.C., 2011. Organic footprint and composition of particles from marine finfish aquaculture operations. ‘The Cold Harvester’ Transcontinental Media and the Newfoundland and Labrador Aquaculture Industry Association. Summer 2011: p25.

 

Published Abstracts

 

Milke, L.M., Bricelj V.M., Parrish, C.C. 2011. Dietary phytosterols and postlarval scallops: Not all sterols are treated equally. Journal of Shellfish Research 30(2): p533.

Milke, L., Meseck, S., Wikfors, G., Bricelj, M., and Parrish, C., 2009. Growth and stress response of bivalve mollusks in response to different microalgal diets and arachidonic acid supplementation. p68 in Proceedings of the Thirty-sixth U.S.-Japan Aquaculture Panel Symposium. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-F/SPO-99

Ramos, C.S., Parrish, C.C., and Abrajano, T.A., 2003.Variation in fatty acid molecular and 13C composition of both benthic invertebrates and settling particles during a spring bloom. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 67 (18): A390-A390 Suppl.

Milke, L.M., Bricelj, V.M., and Parrish, C.C., 2002. A comparison of microalgal diets for enhanced production of Placopecten magellanicus postlarvae. J. Shellfish Research 21: 402.

Parrish, C.C., 1993. Polyunsaturated triacylglycerol production by marine microalgae. J. Phycol. 29 (supplement): 21.

Parrish, C.C., 1993. Iatroscan-measured polyunsaturated triacylglycerols from marine algae in cultures and in the field. Internat. News on Fats, Oils and Related Materials 4: 516.

Parrish, C.C., Pathy, D.A., Parkes, J.G., and Angel, A., 1989. Effect of dietary fish oils on adipose tissue growth and lipolysis in rats. Int. J. Obesity 13: 571.

Parrish, C.C., Pathy, D.A., Parkes, J.G., and Angel, A., 1989. Effects of dietary fish oils on rat adipose tissue: modification of cell growth, plasma membrane lipid composition and high density lipoprotein binding. Clin. Res. 37: 333A.

Parrish, C.C., Myher, J.J., Kuksis, A., and Angel, A., 1989. Dietary fish oils retard fat cell growth and modify plasma membrane phospholipid species. Arteriosclerosis 9: 757a.

Parrish, C.C., Wangersky, P.J., and Ackman, R.G., 1986. Lipid production in a marine alga using cage culture turbidostats for continuous automated culture with lipid class measurement by the Chromarod-Iatroscan (TLC/FID) system. J. Amer. Oil Chem. Soc. 63: 455.

Parrish, C.C., and Wangersky, P.J., 1984. Time-series and profiles of dissolved and particulate marine lipid classes in Nova Scotian waters. Eos Trans. AGU 65: 919.

Parrish, C.C., and Ackman, R.G., 1984. Calibration of the Iatroscan-Chromarod system for marine lipid class analyses. J. Amer. Oil Chem. Soc. 61: 658-659.

 

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