Acipenser


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Weight gain also continuously increases with increasing of feeding rate has been recorded in white sturgeon, Acipenser transmontanus (Deng et al.
In Chesapeake Bay, Atlantic sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrinchus, may be functionally extirpated (Secor(1); Speir and O'Connell(2)).
Estimating the ideal dietary indispensable amino acid pattern for growth of white sturgeon, Acipenser transmontanus (Richardson).
domestica 1 Catfish Silurus glanis 78 Perches Percidae 18 Perch Perea fluviatilis 28 Pike-perch Sander lucioperca 21 Sturgeon Acipenser sp.
Scientifically known as Acipenser fulvescens, lake sturgeon belong to a unique family of fish called Acipenseriform, and are one of 27 sturgeon species worldwide.
Morphometric comparison of the cephalic region of cultured Acipenser baerii (Brandt, 1869), Acipenser naccarii (Bonaparte, 1836) and their hybrid.
For example in the southern Caspian Sea, Behzadi (1991), Shafizadeh (1993) and Parandavar (2004) studied the embryonic and larval development of Rutilus frisii kutum, Acipenser persicus and Acipenser stellatus, respectively.
From the 27 or so different sturgeon species that are raised or fished for caviar, he explains, the Tropenhaus chose the Siberian sturgeon, Acipenser baerii.
Digestive enzyme activities in Adriatic sturgeon Acipenser naccarii and rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss: a comparative study.
The sturgeon found on the Suwannee and a few other Florida Gulf coast rivers are Gulf sturgeon, Acipenser oxy-rhynchus desotoi.
Ionic and osmotic regulation capabilities of juvenile Gulf of Mexico sturgeon, Acipenser oxyrinchus de sotoi.
KEY WORDS: juvenile Acipenser brevirostrum; juvenile Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus; Delaware River
Molecular identification of Acipenser sturio specimens: A warning note for recovery plants.
SUMMER RESTING AREAS OF THE GULF STURGEON, ACIPENSER OXYRINCHUS DESOTOI, IN THE CONECUH/ESCAMBIA RIVER SYSTEM.