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Salmo

genus of finfish in the family Salmonidae, many of them farmed. Includes S. trutta (brown trout), S. salar (Atlantic salmon). See Table 23.
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Seasonal changes in habitat use and preference by juvenile brown trout, Salmo trutta, in a northern boreal river.
Por ejemplo, los estudios de Davies y Gallagher notan el tono cristiano, pero solo documentan fuentes clasicas, y Cuevas, en su edicion de los poemas, alude a un "contaminatio" del primer salmo pero no lo explora (83).
Infectious pancreatic necrosis (IPN) virus sp serotype in farmed Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L.
Hallock (1883) stated trout (as Salmo irridea) were found in northwestern Texas, but gave no specific locations.
Cadmium accumulation and protein binding patterns in tissues of the rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri.
Species Walleye Who Shannon Leytem Where Maquoketa River, Iowa Date December 2, 2008 Size 30 inches Bait Salmo Executer
07pm), a shade unlucky when a close-up fifth to Salmo Supreme in similar grade last time out, is a confident selection in the fourth race, an A6 contest over 515m at Hove this afternoon, writes Patrick Kelly.
Bob Staysa of Salmo Guide Service lives on the shores of Klamath Lake and specializes in fly-fishing for the steelhead-sized trout that run up the Wood and Williamson rivers.
UK supply is about 44,330 tonnes of Salmo salar, or Atlantic salmon, and the multiples and processors together take about 30%.
TSX VENTURE:SUL) ("Sultan") is pleased to report that a new tungsten exploration target has been identified from historic mine maps, and diamond drill logs on its Jersey-Emerald Molybdenum Property in the Salmo area of British Columbia.