Ictalurus


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Related to Ictalurus: channel catfish
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Noun1.Ictalurus - channel catfishesIctalurus - channel catfishes      
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
Ameiuridae, family Ameiuridae - North American catfishes
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Use of microbial phytase in channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus diets to improve utilization of phytate phosphorus.
In this regard, channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus also seems to respond to [beta]-glucan immunostimulation when whole yeast cells have been used to improve its immune system (Welker et al.
Legally, only one type of fish (the Ictalurus genus) can be called "Catfish" in the United States.
Comparison of diets containing various fish meal levels on growth performance, body composition, and insulin-like growth factor-I of juvenile channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus of different straits.
Ecology and management of channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus and flathead catfish Pylodictis olivaris populations in the middle Missouri River, NE.
Ergasilus versicolor ha sido reportado de Mugil cephalus Linnaeus, 1758 de del Rio Colorado, Baja California Sur (Valles-Rios, Ruiz-Campos, & Galaviz-Silva, 2000) y de bagre Ictalurus punctatus; Galaviz-Silva et al.
2007) declared that parasitism of channel catfish fry, Ictalurus punctatus, with Tricodina species increased catfish vulnerability to streptococcal disease.
Las neoplasias ovaricas en teleosteos son escasamente mencionadas como hallazgos de muestreo en especies como Cyprinus carpio (17, 31), Ictalurus punctatus (20), Micropterus salmoides (24), Oryzias latipes (13, 15), Perca flavescens (3), Mystus macropterus (22) y en Xiphophorus maculatus (6), existiendo mas frecuencia de reportes en ejemplares de peces obtenidos por hibridacion de especies ornamentales (8, 9, 18, 21).
Although one ictalurid, Ictalurus punctatus (Channel Catfish), has been trialed with one transformation resulting in a single juvenile, ictalurids appear to be poor or unsuitable hosts for V
The species--scientific name Ictalurus furcatus--is native to the Mississippi, Missouri and Ohio river basins, and Gulf Coast streams west of Mobile Bay, Alabama.