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Synonyms for char


Synonyms for char

to undergo or cause to undergo damage by or as if by fire

damage or a damaged substance that results from burning

Synonyms for char

a human female employed to do housework

any of several small trout-like fish of the genus Salvelinus

burn to charcoal


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burn slightly and superficially so as to affect color

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Habitat preferences and residence time for the freshwater to ocean transition stage in Arctic charr.
Energetic constraints and spawning interval in the anadromous Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus).
Distributions of two congeneric charrs in streams of Hokkaido Island, Japan: considering multiple factors across scales.
Flexible niche partitioning via foraging mode shift: a proposed mechanism for coexistence in stream-dwelling charrs.
Reproductive strategy of dwarf and normal arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) from Vangsvatnet Lake, Western Norway.
Reproductive tactics and fertilization success of mature Miyabe charr, Salvelinus malma miyabei.
Flexible niche partitioning via a foraging mode shift: a proposed mechanism for coexistence in stream-dwelling charrs.
All Arctic charr were measured (fork length) to the nearest millimetre and then weighed to the nearest gram on a Hanson dietetic scale (Model 1440).
To date, it is not known if the presence of juvenile arctic charr lengthens or shortens the food chain to other predatory fish (e.
The arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) exhibits considerable phenotypic diversity, and when populations have access to the sea, some fish usually migrate there during the summer to feed in the more productive marine environment (Johnson, 1980).
The only vertebrate found to inhabit and reproduce under such conditions is the arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) (Gullestad, 1975; Hammar, 1985; Svenning, 1993; Nilssen et al.
Scanning proton microprobe analysis was used to determine the distribution of strontium (Sr) in otoliths from arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) of known non-anadromous, known anadromous, and unknown life histories.
McCallum (1972) noticed that the hatching of Arctic charr from Char Lake, Cornwallis Island (72[degrees]N) took place in March and early April.