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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.

salmonid

a member of the fish family Salmonidae. Includes salmon, trout, char.
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the tags used in the salmonid monitoring program) also could change within and between these two periods, the analyses had to control for this variation as well as the potential confounding of time (see Appendix 2 for an examination of the effects of combining data into the two periods corresponding to the two nesting locations).
2016) of salmonids aiming to improve production of these valuable species in the aquaculture.
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.
Otoliths that were graded in good enough condition to measure and reconstruct salmonid size were uncommon in scat samples; therefore, for salmonid adults that were not identified to species, we used an approximate average size (1589 g) for Pink Salmon, the species most commonly consumed by harbor seals (Lance et al.
Based on these characteristics, the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) has recognized different Evolutionarily Significant Units (ESUs) or Distinct Population Segments (DPSs) for the listing and recovery of Pacific anadromous salmonid species (62 FR 43937; 67 FR 21856; 71 FR 834).
How sea lice from salmon farms may cause wild salmonid declines in Europe and North America and be a threat to fishes elsewhere.
The partnership between the two firms started in March 2009 when Centrovet received a registration for a freeze-dried, oral-powder vaccine to aid in the prevention of Salmon Rickettsial Syndrome (SRS) in Chilean salmonid species.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The impact of hatcheries on salmonids is so profound that in just one generation traits are selected that allow fish to survive and prosper in the hatchery environment, at the cost of their ability to thrive and reproduce in a wild environment.
Salmonid Cases, 2010 WL 2011016, at *1-2; Consol Delta Smelt Cases, 2010 WL 2195960, at *1-3 (describing plaintiffs' motions for injunctive relief).
Freshwater salmonid production in Europe peaked in the 1990s, yet it showed increasing production trends in Asia, South America and North America for the period 1990-2006 (p < 0.