Salvelinus


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Salvelinus

genus of farmed finfish in family Salmonidae. Includes S. fontinalis (brook trout, splake), S. namaycush (splake, lake trout). See Table 23.
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Adaptive phenotypic plasticity in brook trout, Salvelinus fontinalis, life histories.
Influence of food deprivation on radioiodothyronine and radioiodide kinetics in yearling brook trout, Salvelinus fontinalis (Mitchill), with a consideration of the extent of Lthyroxine conversion to 3,5,3'triiodo-L-thyronine.
Commenting on the pattern of lines that he incorporates into his paintings of wildlife, artist, writer, activist, and Yale graduate James Prosek wrote, "I loved the names which had first led me to recognize the existence of diversity (golden trout, Oncorhynchus aguabonita; blueback trout, Salvelinus oquassa), but as I learned more I wanted to throw away the names, step beyond those constraints, in order to preserve a sense of wonder that I had felt from an early age while spending time in Nature itself.
La concentracion interna de los metales en nauplios de Artemia podria afectar a sus depredadores como se ha demostrado que ocurre con los pesticidas organoclorados, en larvas de trucha Salvelinus fontalis Wang & Simpson (1996) encontraron una acumulacion de DDT a traves de la cadena alimenticia cuando los organismos fueron alimentados con nauplios de Artemia salina que habian sido expuestos a diferentes concentraciones del toxico durante 24h.
Olfactory sensitivity and specificity of Arctic char, Salvelinus alpinus, to putative male pheromone, prostaglandin [F.
Pathologic alterations in early life stages of Lake Trout, Salvelinus namaycush, exposed to TCDD as fertilized eggs.
ABSTRACT-A 1974-1984 survey of Tennessee's brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis populations indicated that distribution of the State's only native salmonid had substantially declined and additional losses were anticipated.
We conducted laboratory experiments to examine the effects of temperature on interspecific competition between two stream salmonid fishes, Salvelinus malma and S.
This adds to the evidence that parallel evolution of traits potentially adapted for occupying distinct ecological niches may be a generalized phenomenon, having been described in most fish genera occurring in lakes of northern latitudes, including Gasterosteus, Osmerus, Salvelinus, Oncorhynchus, and Salmo (Hindar et al.
Note on spring food habits of the lake trout, Salvelinus namaycush.