Advanced SearchSearch Tips
Hearing Ability of Redlip croaker Pseudosciaena polyactis cultured in the Coastal Sea of Jeju
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
Hearing Ability of Redlip croaker Pseudosciaena polyactis cultured in the Coastal Sea of Jeju
AHN, Jang-Young; KIM, Seok-Jong; CHOI, Chan-Moon; PARK, Young-Seok; LEE, Chang-Heon;
  PDF(new window)
The purpose of this paper is to improve the availability of underwater sound by the fundamental data on the hearing ability of Redlip croaker Pseudosciaena polyactis, which is cultured according to the cultivation technology, recently. The auditory thresholds of Redlip croaker were determined at 6 frequencies from 80Hz to 800Hz by heartbeat conditioning method using pure tones coupled with a delayed electric shock. The audible range of the Redlip croaker extended from 80Hz to 800Hz with the best sensitive frequency range including little difference in hearing ability from 80Hz to 500Hz. In addition, the auditory thresholds over 800Hz increased rapidly. The mean auditory thresholds of the Redlip croaker at the test frequencies from 80Hz to 800Hz were 90.7dB, 93.4dB, 92.9dB, 94.4dB, 95.5dB and 108dB, respectively. Auditory masking for the redlip croaker was measured using masking stimuli with the spectrum level range of about 66, 71, 75dB (0dB re ). According to white noise level, the auditory thresholds increased as compared with thresholds in a quiet background noise. The Auditory masking by the white noise spectrum level was stared over about 70dB within 80~500Hz. Critical ratio ranged from minimum 20.7dB to maximum 25.5dB at test frequencies of 80Hz~500Hz.
Redlip croaker;Underwater Audible Sound;Hearing Ability;Auditory threshold;Critical ratio;
 Cited by
Ahn, J. Y. and LEE, C. H.(2013). Hearing Ability of Sharp Toothed eel Muraenesox cinereus caught in the southern korean waters, JFMSE, 25(2), 341-348. crossref(new window)

Chapman. C. J. and O. sand.(1974). A field study of hearing in two species of flatfish, Pleuronectes platessa(L) and Limanda limanda(L). Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 47, 371-385. crossref(new window)

Choi. T. H..J. H. Kim..H. L. Song. and C. S. Ko.(2015) Suggestion of Safety Level in Fish Farming by Impulsive Sound. Tunnel & Underground space. 25(2). 125-132. crossref(new window)

Fish, M. P. and W. H. Moubray.(1970). Sounds of Western North Atlantic fishes, A reference file of biological underwater sounds. The Johns Hopkins Press., 102-110.

Fujieda. S..Matsuno. Y. and Yamanaka. Y.(1996) The auditory threshold of the Bastard Halibut Paralichthys olivaceus. Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 62, 201-204. crossref(new window)

Hatakeyama, Y.(1989). Masking effect on the hearing of red sea bream, Pagrus major, by ambient noise, Int. J. Aq. Fish. Technol., 1, 271-277.

Hatakeyama, Y.(1992). The hearing abilities of fish, Fisheries Engineering, 28, 111-119.

Ishioka, H..Hatakeyama, Y. and Sakaguchi, S.(1988). The hearing ability of the red sea bream Pagrus major, Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 54, 947-951. crossref(new window)

Kim, S. H..Lee, C. H..Seo, D. O. and Kim, Y. J.(2002). A basic study on acoustic conditioning of fish suitable for a marine ranch, 1. The sound sensitivity of of japanese parrot fish Oplegnathus fasciatus, J. Korean Fish. Soc. 35(6), 563-567.

Kojima, T..Shimamura, T..Yoza, K..Okumoto, N..Hatakeyama, Y. and Soeda, H.(1992). W-shaped auditory threshold curves of masu salmon Oncorhynchus masou, Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 58(8), 1447-1452. crossref(new window)

Kojima. T..Kitamura. S..Ikuta. K..Sugiyama. Y..Yoza. K. and Soeda. H.(1996). Changes in Auditory Capability of Masu Salmon by Swimbladder Resonance of Rainbow Trout. Fisheries Science 62(1), 146-147. crossref(new window)

LEE, K. H..Y. S. YANG.J. K. KIM.H. C. AN and J. K. SHIN.(2007). Characterization of sounds produced by 3 sciaenid species J. Kor. Soc. Fish. Tech., 43(3), 206-211. crossref(new window)

Park, Y. S..Iida, K. and Nashimoto, K.(1995). Ratio of auditory threshold levels to artificial background noise spectrum levels in walleye pollock Theragra chalcogramma, Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi, 61(6), 847-853. crossref(new window)

Schellart. N. A. M. and A. N. Popper(1992). Functional aspects of the evolution of the auditory system of actinopterygian fish, in The Evolutionary Biology of Hearing., Springer-Verlag, New York, Tokyo, 295-322.

Seo, Y. J..Kim, S. H..Kim, B. Y..Lee, C. H. and Seo, D. O.(2003). A fundamental study on the auditory characteristics of Amberjack seriola dumerili in the coast of jeju island, Bull. Korean Soc. Fish. Tech., 39(4), 269-275. crossref(new window)