The effects of climate change and eutrophication on Cisco Coregonus
artedi abundance in Minnesota lakes.
Zoosporic fungigrowing on egg of Coregonus
Larval nutrition physiology: studies with Clarias gariepinus, Coregonus
Lavaretus and Scophtalmus maximus.
Zoosporic fungi growing on eggs Coregonus
lavaretus Thienemann, 1916 from lake Wdzydze in Kaszuby.
In addition, in Coregonus
schinzi palea the diet influences the intestinal morphology (DABROWSKI & KAUSHIK, 1985).
Critical partial pressures of oxygen causing precocious hatching in Coregonus
lavaretus and C.
In coregonid fish, Coregonus
lavaretus, Moiseenko (1998) reported an increased response of white blood cells (WBC) and inferred that the response depends on environment pollution.
1) are represented: Coregonus
, Thymallus and Salmo (Salmoniformes), Stokellia, Retropinna and Galaxias (Galaxioidea), Osmerus and Plecoglossus (Osmeroidea), Searsia, Xenodermichthys and Alepocephalus (Alepocephaloidea), Argentina and Bathylagus (Argentinoidea) and Umbra and Esox (Esociformes).
The gwyniad - otherwise known to scientists as Coregonus
lavaretus - is a whitefish, a kind of landlocked herring.
Towards a better definition of "metamorphosis" in Coregonus
genus of plainly-colored salmonlike fishes (Web3)
THE gwyniad, part of the coregonus
lavaretus family, has distant relatives in Scotland, England, eastern and northern Europe and Canada but 18,000 years of evolution have made it a unique species.
Many lakes also contain whitefish, such as Coregonus
The Attihawmeg or White Fish, (Salmo Coregonus
, Albus) is the most interesting to us.
Year-class fluctuation in vendance, Coregonus
albula (Linnaeus): Who's got the upper hand in intraspecific competition?