Acipenseridae


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Biology and population characteristics of the shortnose sturgeon, Acipenser brevirostrum LeSueur 1818 (Oesteichthyes: Acipenseridae), in the Saint John River Estuary, New Brunswick, Canada.
The Siberian sturgeon (Acipenser baeri, Acipenseridae) is present in all the large rivers of Siberia, from the Ob in the west to the Kolyma in the east, though not in large numbers.
Scaphirhynchus suttkusi, a new sturgeon (Pisces: Acipenseridae) from the Mobile Basin of Alabama and Mississippi.
Historically, roe from sturgeon (Acipenseridae) has long been processed into caviar and is often referred to as "black gold," since it may be one of the highest priced fisheries products in the world (Iversen, 1990).
Besides human blood, identified residues include the blood of sturgeon (Acipenseridae), deer (Cervidae), rabbit (Leporidae), bear (Ursus), "cat" (Felidae) and "mouse" (Rodentia).
Saving the doomed: using eDNA to aid in detection of rare sturgeon for conservation (Acipenseridae).
KHV DNA has been identified by different PCR methods in a lot of members of the families Acipenseridae [22], Cyprinidae, including common carp or koi hybrids [23-25], and Percidae in many wild fish populations within close vicinity to, or in carp ponds [26,27].
appendix, American brook lamprey 2 1 Acipenseridae Scaphirhynchus platorynchus, shovelnose sturgeon 4 1 4 Polyodontidae Polyodon spathula, paddlefish 26 Lepisosteidae Lepisosteus oculatus, spotted gar L.
Osteology and phylogenetic interrelationships of sturgeons (Acipenseridae).
The beluga, Huso huso, belongs to the largest family of fresh water chondrostean fish, the Acipenseridae (containing 27 species), which appeared about 200 million years ago (2), (3).