[Zbrafish] Re: Zbrafish Digest, Vol 33, Issue 10

Tiago Filipe Baptista da Rosa Repolho via zbrafish%40net.bio.net (by trepolho from bio.ua.pt)
Fri Feb 22 18:08:19 EST 2008


Hi Prajakta,

Regarding Chlorine, the concentration in the water to 
allow your fishes t live should be 0.

If there is chlorine in your system water, on thing is 
certain:
- Your fish will start to either die or get "sick2 very 
fast.

Why?

Because chlorine will destroy all the gill "braches" of 
your fish, that will result in hipoxia and death.

A simple solution is to aerate (us an air pump/air stone 
system)the tap water al least for 24h, to remove all the 
chlorine, prior to use it as system water (fish water).

What you can also use is an active carbon filter to remove 
the Chlorine ions from the water.

the second solution is more expensive but more reliable 
and faster.

Hope I could help,

Tiago




Em Wed, 20 Feb 2008 12:03:08 -0500 (EST)
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>From: prajakta dongre <dongrep from yahoo.com>
> Subject: [Zbrafish] Chlorine in water
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> Hello
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> I am using normal tap water for keeping my fishes.
> These days the water in Bangalore too much
> chlorinated. Some of my Juvenile fishes died because
> of this water.
> I have few questions-
> 1) What is the protocol to find out presence of
> chlorine in water?
> 2) How much percentage of chlorine or concentration of
> chlorine is toxic to fishes?
> 3) What is the remedy for removing this chlorine?
> Simple thing I am doing is keeping the water
> circulating for a day and then using it. 
> 
> There is one more question
> Please let me know about the supplier of Brine Shrimp
> eggs (Petrel Brand, O.S.I, 100% hatching quality) in
> India. Also the amount of money to buy 15oz i.e. 425
> grams.
> 
> Thank you all in anticipation
> Prajakta Limaye
> Indian Institute of Science
> Bangalore 560012
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> Date: Tue, 19 Feb 2008 16:44:24 -0700
>From: Chi-Bin Chien <chi-bin.chien from neuro.utah.edu>
> Subject: [Zbrafish] 2008 international meeting 
>announcement
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> To all of our zebrafish and medaka colleagues,
> 
> We are pleased to announce that the meeting website for 
>the 2008 
> International Zebrafish meeting has now gone live:
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> http://www.union.wisc.edu/zebrafish/index.html
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> A description of the meeting follows below, and more 
>information is 
> available on the website. Important deadlines: Abstract 
>submission, 
> April 14, 2008; Lodging reservations, May 19, 2008.
> 
> 2008 Organizing Committee:
> 
> Sharon Amacher, UC Berkeley, USA
> Laure Bally-Cuif, GSF-Research Center for Environment 
>and Health, Germany
> Chi-Bin Chien, University of Utah, USA
> Matthias Hammerschmidt, MPI Immunobiology, Germany
> Koichi Kawakami, National Institute of Genetics, Japan
> Brant Weinstein, NICHD/NIH, USA
> 
> =======================
> 8th International Meeting on Zebrafish Development and 
>Genetics
> June 25-29, 2008 - Madison, WI, USA
> 
> The organizers of the 2008 International Zebrafish 
>Development and 
> Genetics Conference welcome all interested scientists to 
>join us for 
> discussion of their latest results and ideas. The 
>schedule will 
> feature a variety of oral sessions, posters, and 
>vendors, as well as 
> opportunities to socialize on the shores of Lake 
>Mendota.
> 
> This year's schedule will feature extra time for free 
>discussion, as 
> well as a workshop format featuring topics suggested by 
>the 
> community. (Thanks to all of those who wrote in to 
>suggest workshop 
> topics.) We have also provided extra information about 
>bus 
> connections, as an alternate way to reach Madison from 
>Chicago or 
> Milwaukee airports.
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> Please join us for an exciting program that will reflect 
>the rapid 
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Tiago Filipe Baptista da Rosa Repolho
Departamento de Biologia
Universidade de Aveiro
Campus de Santiago
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Portugal
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