List of articles by Fisheries Research and Education Agency

Read the history of lifelong movement and foraging from the crystalline lens in the fish's eyeball

 Researchers at the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo, and the Fisheries Research and Education Agency have conducted a nitrogen isotope ratio analysis of the crystalline body in the eyeballs of fish to "life of fish [...].

Escape from Ella even if captured Nagasaki University discovers predation avoidance behavior of eel fry for the first time in the world

 It was found that the endangered Japanese eel fry can escape from the gaps of the predatory fish gills even if they are caught by the predatory fish.

Succeeded in producing a large "mega worm" by irradiating a heavy ion beam

 Brachionus plicatilis (rotifer), a type of zooplankton, is a farming business as a live food for newborn larvae such as bluefin tuna […]

Hokkaido University and others elucidate the reversal from the tendency of desalination due to the rapid rise in salinity in the deep sea of ​​Antarctica

 A joint research group consisting of Hokkaido University, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Tokyokaiyo University, and Fisheries Research and Education Agency is the sea in the Antarctic waters south of Australia […]