coregonine

coregonine

(ˌkɒrɪˈɡəʊnaɪn)
adj
relating to fish of the genus Coregonus of the family Coregonidae, which are also known as whitefish
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Otolith trace element chemistry as an indicator of anadromy in Yukon River drainage coregonine fishes.
Freshwater migration as a determinant factor in the somatic cost of reproduction of two anadromous coregonines of James Bay.
coregonine pertaining to freshwater whitefishes (Web3, also a noun in Web2)
The Pygmy Whitefish (Prosopium coulterii), is a small coregonine fish, perhaps best known for its notable disjunct distribution.
Population bottlenecks: influence on mitochondrial DNA diversity and its effect in coregonine stock discrimination.
By cataloguing the standing variation in Cisco life history strategies and genotypes, management decisions for re-establishment and conservation of coregonines within inland lakes and the Laurentian Great Lakes can be further refined (Zimmerman and Krueger, 2009; Jacobson et al., 2011).