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salmonid

(săm′ə-nĭd, săl′mə-)
n.
Any of various fishes of the family Salmonidae, which includes the salmon, trout, grayling, and whitefish.

salm′o·nid adj.
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Salmonids cannot be sold or bought if they are "unclean" - a term used to describe a fish that is about to spawn or has recently spawned.
The increase in the lamina propia of the intestine has been similarly described for the teleost's intestinal epithelia affected by trematodes or cestodes and in salmonids infested with acanthocephalan parasites (Dezfuli & Giari, 2008).
It is reasonable to think the observed changes in salmonid geographic representation in the heron diets following relocation to Spalding was partly the result of herons avoiding contact with eagles nesting on Hog Island.
Intramuscular injection of these vaccines confers immediate and a durable protection from diseases in farmed salmonids against economically important diseases such as infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus [22] and viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus [23] which were controlled by DNA vaccines.
This comparative review has highlighted the broad spatial and seasonal diversity of Pacific Harbor Seal prey consumption across the northern CCLME over a time span of more than 80 y, including variable regional and seasonal consumption of salmonid species.
The recommendations of these committees, and the arguments in the Yeoman and Acclimatiser article, show in microcosm how salmonid acclimatisation was simultaneously embedded in the particularities of colonial Victorian politics and science while being linked to broader transnational and Australasian acclimatisation, aquaculture and conservation networks.
Clearly, more study is needed to further assess the threat from didymo proliferation and to identify risks to anadromous salmonid populations in the Lower American River and elsewhere in the Central Valley where habitat restoration programs are planned or underway.
Like herring populations, salmonid populations have undergone serious declines, and there is also concern that pinnipeds may affect salmonid recovery (NMFS, 1997; Wright et al., 2007).
Steelhead and rainbow trout are two life history forms of the salmonid species Oncorhynchus no,kiss, which occurs in Pacific Coast watersheds from Alaska to northern Mexico (Boughton et al.
13 January 2012 - US Advanced BioNutrition Corp said yesterday it had inked global agreement with Santiago-based animal health and veterinary pharmaceuticals company Centrovet Laboratories to expand the delivery of oral vaccines aimed to prevent the Infectious Salmon Anemia Virus (ISAV) and, possibly, other diseases in salmonid species.
Hatcheries are efficient at producing fish for harvest, the researchers said, but this and other studies continue to raise concerns about the genetic impacts that hatchery fish may have when they interbreed with wild salmon and steelhead, and whether or not they will help wild salmonid runs to recover.
17 October 2011 - Norwegian seafood company Marine Harvest ASA (OSL:MHG) said today it had a total harvest volume of 83,000 tonnes of salmonid species in the third quarter of 2011, up from earlier projected 79,000 tonnes.