1. Molecular species identification - state of the art and future prospect
    Arne Ludwig, Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Department of Evolutionary Genetics, PO Box 601103, 10252 Berlin, Germany
  2. Sturgeon Research News and Publications, lower Danube River (Romania)
    Dr. Radu SUCIU, Head Sturgeon Research Group, Danube Delta National Institute (Tulcea); Lecturer in Fish Genetic, Lower Danube University ( Galatz); CITES S.A. for Acipenseriformes of ROMANIA. Mail: Str. Babadag 165 Ro - 820 112 TULCEA Romania


  1. Van Eenennaam, J.P., M.A.H. Webb, X. Deng, S.I. Doroshov, R.B. Mayfield, J.J. Cech Jr., D.C. Hillemeier and T.E. Willson. 2001. Artificial spawning and larval rearing of Klamath River green sturgeon (Acipenser medirostris Ayres). Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130: 159-165.
  2. Deng, X., J.P. Van Eenennaam, and S.I. Doroshov. 2002. Comparison of early life stages and growth of green and white sturgeon. Pages 183-193 in Biology, Management and Protection of Sturgeon. Van Winkle, W., Anders, P.J., Secor, D. H. and D.A. Dixon (editors). American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  3.  Van Eenennaam, J.P., F.A. Chapman, and P.L. Jarvis. 2004. Aquaculture. Pages 277-311, In: Biology of North American Sturgeon and Paddlefish. LeBreton, Beamish, McKinley (eds). Kluwer Publ.
  4.  Van Eenennaam, J.P. J. Linares-Casenave, X. Deng, and S.I. Doroshov. 2005. Effect of incubation temperature on green sturgeon embryos, Acipenser medirostris. Environmental Biology of Fishes 72:145-154.
  5.  Wirgin, I., C. Grunwald, E. Carlson, J. Stabile, D.L. Peterson, and J. Waldman. 2005. Range-wide population structure of shortnose sturgeon Acipenser brevirostrum based on sequence analysis of the mitochondrial DNA control region. Estuaries.