white sturgeon


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Synonyms for white sturgeon

valuable source of caviar and isinglass

food and game fish of marine and fresh waters of northwestern coast of North America

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AmSturs native-raised, white sturgeon, caviar has been acclaimed by renowned chefs and discerning consumers throughout the world for its exquisite flavour and perfect texture.
Anglers fishing the Bonneville Pool in January may see tribal fishers deploying gill nets in designated areas to collect and tag white sturgeon as part on an on-going sturgeon research program.
Comparative age-determination techniques for white sturgeon in California.
According to Ray, the white sturgeon is also raised for its meat, which is becoming more popular in the restaurant channel.
Influence of externally attached transmitters on the swimming performance of juvenile white sturgeon.
The age estimate precision from pectoral fin ray for the starry sturgeon is acceptable compared to the Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus) (Mitchill 1814) (Stevenson & Secor 2000) and the white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) (Richardson 1836) (Rien & Beamesderfer 1994) that reported higher CV for these long-lived species.
were developing their production on the native white sturgeon.
The train" Clements writes, "becomes a white sturgeon and a train, a white sturgeon and train, white sturgeon, train.
Long story short, the fish was a Pacific white sturgeon captured off the coast of British Columbia.
Changes in the oceans and overfishing have threatened many fish species, including the Atlantic Salmon, White Sturgeon, and the Aurora Trout.
Of 25 species of sturgeon that were assessed, just four are not deemed threatened: the lake sturgeon and the white sturgeon - both classed as "least concern" - and the green sturgeon and Gulf sturgeon ("near threatened").
the establishment and operation of a white sturgeon fish hatchery to assist in sturgeon reproduction;
Fish and Wildlife Service to recover endangered Kootenai River white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus).
Today, three such farms for white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) are operating successfully outside Sacramento, Calif.
This study sought to determine whether wild white sturgeon from the Columbia River (Oregon) were exhibiting signs of reproductive endocrine disruption.