Stizostedion


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Stizostedion

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The effect of vitamins C and E in (n-3) highly unsaturated fatty acids-enriched Artemia nauplii on growth, survival, and stress resistance of fresh water walleye Stizostedion vitreum larvae.
Another nematode of the swimbladder, Anguilla crassus (an eel swimbladder nematode), is found in European zander Stizostedion luciopera, a sister fish, but, instead of the formation of large hard nodules, an acute inflammatory response, fibrosis, and rupture of the swimbladder is reported (Haenen and van Blanning 1990; Moravec 1994).
the use of the common name of cutlip, rather than of cutlips, minnow; the use of Sander instead of Stizostedion for the genus name of the walleye; the use of Atherinopsidae instead of Atherinidae for the family name of the inland silverside; and the use of Achiridae instead of Soleidae for the family name of the hogchoker).
Summation rates are highest in Stizostedion (mean=22:1) and Perca (8: 1) and are typical of retinae specialized for low ambient light levels.
saxatilis and Stizostedion vitreum) and only two migrate from estuaries (Alosa crysochloris and Anguilla rostrata).
Studies by Forney (1965, 1971, 1974, 1976, 1977a), and others (Tarby 1974, Neilson 1980, Serns 1982, Muth and Wolfert 1986, Buijse and Houthuijzen 1992) indicate these species (and congeneric pikeperch Stizostedion lucioperca and European perch Perca fluviatilis) show strong compensatory responses in growth and age at maturity to changes in mortality.
shumardi, river darter 10, 65 Stizostedion canadense, sauger 3-6, 8-11, 46, 65 S.
Jones, 1974; Temming and Herrmann, 2003), pikeperch Stizostedion lucioperca (Koed, 2001) and coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch (Andersen and Beyer, 2007).
Morphology and development of the olfactory organ in larval walleye, Stizostedion vitreum.
Age, growth, sexual maturity and population fluctuations of the Yellow pikeperch, Stizostedion vitreum vitreum (Mitchell), with reference to the commercial fisheries of Lake of The Woods, Minnesota.