Salmonids: Reduced growth and survival, fatty liver, poor feed efficiency, hemorrhagic kidney and intestine (McLaren et al., 1947; Phillips and Brockway, 1957; Halver, 1957; Kitamura et al., 1967a; Coats and Halver, 1958; Ketola, 1976; Poston, 1990a, b; 1991b, c; Rumsey, 1991).
Red sea bream (Pagrus major): Reduced growth, mortality (Yone, 1975; Yano et al., 1988).
Eel (Anguilla japonica): Anorexia, reduced growth, gray-white intestine (Arai et al., 1972).
Yellowtail (Seriola quinqueradiata): Dark coloration, poor feed efficiency (Shimeno, 1991).
Sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus): Reduced growth, diffused fat vacuolation and fatty cyst formation in liver (Hung, 1989).
Common carp (Cyprinus carpio): Reduced growth, fatty liver, vacuolization of hepatic cells (Ogino et al., 1970a).
Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus): Reduced growth, enlarged liver, hemorrhagic kidney and intestine (Dupree, 1966; Wilson and Poe, 1988).
Shrimp (Penaeus japonicus/chinensis): Reduced growth and survival (Kanazawa et al., 1976; Kanazawa, 1985; Liu et al., 1993).
Hybrid striped bass (male Monrone saxatilis x female M. chrysops): Reduced growth, poor feed efficiency, increased total liver lipid concentration (Griffin et al., 1994).
Tiger puffer (Takifugu rubipes): Reduced growth, anorexia and survival (Kato et al., 1994).
Japanese parrot fish (Oplegnthus faciatus): Anorexia and reduced growth (Ikeda et al., 1988).