Salmo salar


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Noun1.Salmo salar - found in northern coastal Atlantic waters or tributariesSalmo salar - found in northern coastal Atlantic waters or tributaries; adults do not die after spawning
salmon - any of various large food and game fishes of northern waters; usually migrate from salt to fresh water to spawn
genus Salmo, Salmo - type genus of the Salmonidae: salmon and trout
lake salmon, landlocked salmon - Atlantic salmon confined to lakes of New England and southeastern Canada
Atlantic salmon - fatty pink flesh of fish from northern coastal Atlantic; usually marketed fresh
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Comparative studies on the hematology of diploid and triploid fish were observed in Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar (Cogswell et al., 2002), sturgeon, Acipenser sturio (Flajshans and Vajcova, 2000), channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus (Wolters et al., 1982), perch, Umbrina cirrosa (Ballarin et al., 2004) and loach, Misgurnus aguillicaudatus (Gao et al., 2007).
On the other hand no significant difference in weight gain of carnivorous fishes like channel catfish, Zctulurus punctutus (Yan and Reigh, 2002) and Atlantic salmon Salmo salar (Sajjadi and Carter, 2004) was reported when fed phytase supplemented plant based diets.
In particular, the use of microsatellites has allowed the determine of effective breeding numbers (Ne) through parentage assignments in several species, including Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) [20].
Others studies on the Atlantic salmon Salmo salar (ONIBI et al., 1996; HAMRE et al., 2004), sea bass Dicentrarchus labrax (GATTA et al., 2000; PIRINI et al., 2000) and hybrid tilapia Oreochromis niloticus x O.
According to Robertson and Bradley (1992), the canaliculi of Salmo salar are formed by 3 to 4 hepatocytes, and these cells do not feature filaments in the pericanalicular cytoplasm, as noted in some other teleosts (Weis, 1972; Hampton et al., 1985).
Differential sensitivity of zonagenesis and vitellogenesis in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) to DDT pesticides.
Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) The Ducktrap Coalition, a private conservation group dedicated to the protection of riparian habitat along the Ducktrap River in Maine, has announced that 80 percent of the streamside habitat is now protected either through fee title or conservation easement.
In almost all cases, infectious salmon anemia has mainly affected Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, but in Chile, deaths have been reported among Coho salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch (8).
The Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, is a species particularly suited for the study of compensatory growth in a life-historical context.
Selection of microhabitat in summer by juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar).