The influence of previous feeding regime on the compensatory growth response of maturing and immature Arctic charr, Salvelinus
Effect of dietary protein levels on growth and protein utilization in juvenile arctic char (Salvelinus
Staff rear brown trout (Salmo trutta), rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), and brook trout (Salvelinus
fontinalus)--New York's official state fish.
Susceptibility to oxidative damage in wild and cultured brook trouts (Salvelinus
fontinalis, Mitchill, 1815).
Enlargement in liver size in the juvenile Arctic charr Salvelinus
alpinus infected by Diplostomum spp.
To better understand the impact of introduced salmonids on native amphibian species in montane lakes and their capacity to recover if the introduced fish were removed, Mount Rainier National Park (hereafter MORA) initiated a program in 1996 to eradicate introduced Salvelinus
fontinatis (Brook Trout) populations from 3 park lakes (Upper Palisades, Harry, and Hidden).
Adult female worms were collected from brook trout, Salvelinus
fontinalis (Mitchell 1814), captured in Rocky Saugeen River, Ontario, Canada in June 1987.
To make matters worse, non-native brown trout (Salmo trutta), brook trout (Salvelinus
fontinalis), and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) were planted in Apache trout streams.
Mitochondrial DNA variation among populations of brook trout (Salvelinus
fontinalis) in the Chagrin River Drainage, Ohio and upper Ohio River drainage, Pennsylvania.
Fin rays or spines also have been found to be useful by Sylvester and Berry (2006) for white sucker (Catostomus commersonii), by Zymonas and McMahon (2009) for bull trout (Salvelinus
confluentus), by Burton et al.
For example, in an early study, Ringo (1991) showed that Arctic char Salvelinus
alpinus fed with sodium propionate- or sodium lactate-treated diets had reduced and increased growth, respectively.