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smelt

(smĕlt)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of smell

smelt

small marine finfish Osmerus eparlanus, O. mordax.
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The smelt diet included very few rotifers: only Lecane sp.
According to Ivlev's electivity index (Wootton, 1998), age 0+ smelt preferred cladocerans to copepods (Table 1).
It has been shown that age 0+ smelt can feed also on phytoplankton in particular situations and to continue feeding on zooplankton thereafter.
Smelt in Lake Peipsi preferred large-bodied zooplankters in July and August, but from September onwards both large- and small-bodied zooplankters were selected.
Age 0+ smelt in Lake Peipsi mainly consumed zooplankton, especially cladocerans and copepods, and not rotifers.
The planktivorous feeding behavior of young rainbow smelt in western Lake Superior.
Cladoceran densities, day-to-day variability in food selection by smelt, and the birth-rate-compensation hypothesis.
Food selection and consumption of 0+ smelt (Osmerus eperlanus (L.
Biology of smelt (Osmerus eperlanus) in Vesijarvi Lake (Finland).
Feeding of smelt (Osmeridae), in early ontogenesis in the Rybinsk Reservoir.