10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «COREGONINE»
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Evolution Illuminated : Salmon and Their Relatives: Salmon ...
In this chapter, I aimed at assessing the usefulness of coregonine fishes as a
model system from which the ecological theory of adaptive radiation could be
tested more broadly. Although our state of knowledge is still fragmentary on
Andrew P. Hendry Department of Biology McGill University, Department of Ecology and Evolution Yale University Stephen C. Stearns Professor, 2003
Some Observations on the Coregonine
Fish of Great Bear Lake, ...
A study on lake whitefish, lake herring, and round whitefish.
Fisheries Research Board of Canada, William A. Kennedy, 1949
Stable Isotope Analysis of the Laurentian Great Lakes Food ...
It is currently unknown whether different coregonine species occupy distinct
trophic niches, if these niches are the same across lakes, and if these niches
change through time. Coregonine species morphology vary within and among
Stephanie Noel Schmidt, 2008
Polish Archives of Hydrobiology
G. R. Smith, T. N. Todd: Morphological cladistic study of coregonine fishes, p. 479
-490. 1287. Tomasz Heese: Systematics of Polish populations of European
whitefish, Coregonus lavaretus (L.), based on skull osteology, p. 491-500. 1288.
Preparing for Climate Change
C. ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF FISH ASSOCIATIONS 1. The
Salmonine and Coregonine Sub-Families of the Deep, Coldvater Salmonid
Family The salmonines include the native deepwater lake trout and Atlantic
salmon, and the ...
Fishes of Indiana: A Field Guide
The Coregonine fishes are endemic to the Great Lakes (Koelz 1929) and include
Coregonus alpenae, C. johannae, C. nigripinnis, and C. reighardi that have been
extirpated. The Coregonine fishes have been extensively studied (Lindsey and ...
Migration of Freshwater Fishes
2000), although differentiation of the migratory behaviour of the first two forms for
this and other coregonine species can be problematic. Many of the riverine
coregonine populations of northern Canada and Alaska, especially for inconnu ...
Martyn Lucas, Etienne Baras, 2008
Advances in Parasitology APL
The newly established plerocercoids in the flesh of the coregonine hosts have
been reported as follows: Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada, July (Miller,
1945b); Baptiste Lake, Alberta, July to October (Miller and Watkins, 1946);
Heming Lake ...
W. H. R. Lumsden, R. Muller, James R. Baker, 1980
Genetic research on commercially exploited fish species in ...
The phylogeny of new and old-world coregonine fishes as revealed by sequence
Luczynski M, Bartel R, Vuorinen JA, Domagala J, Zolkiewicz L, Brzuzan P. 2000.
Biochemical genetic characteristics of four Polish sea trout (Salmo trutta trutta L. )
Jens Olsson, Teija Aho, Ann-Britt Florin, Anssi Vainikka, Dorte Bekkevold, Johan Dannewitz, Kjetil Hindar, Marja-Liisa Koljonen, Linda Laikre, Eyðfinn Magnussen, and Snæbjörn Pálsson., 2007
Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada: Journal ...
In addition to these molecular data and Norden's (1961) morphological data
available for 5. leucichthys, this species' karyotype can also be used to assess its
relationship to the other coregonine genus, Prosopium. I make the inference,
Fisheries Research Board of Canada, 1975