rainbow trout


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rainbow trout

a freshwater trout of North American origin, Salmo gairdneri, having a body marked with many black spots and two longitudinal red stripes
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Rainbow trout were anaesthetized with 200 mg/L 3-aminobenzoic acid ethyl ester methanesulfonate (MS-222, Sigma Chemical Company, St.
Also, stimulation of immune system in rainbow trout with several candidate probiotics has also been evaluated by some researchers [10,17,18].
Washington, Dec 14 (ANI): Scientists at the University of Idaho have discovered that an active chemical in birth control pills, that is released into the environment through human urine, can cause genetic defects in rainbow trouts.
Cholinergic and behavioral neurotoxicity of carbaryl and cadmium to larval rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).
The fish - nicknamed Moby Dick - is 10 times the size of the average rainbow trout.
Don't worry if you miss the first few days as it is planned to release 34, 000 rainbow trout into the lake during the season.
The rainbow trout - a foreigner from America - has been well received here in Wales and if anything in many of the big new reservoirs the rainbow has taken over from the much loved brown trout.
Abalone (farmed), Anchovies, Catfish (farmed), Caviar (farmed), Clams (farmed), Crab, Crawfish, Herring, Hoki, Rainbow trout (farmed), Salmon (wild Alaskan), Sand dabs, Sardines, Squid (Pacific), Striped bass (farmed), Sturgeon (farmed), Tilapia (farmed), Trout (farmed)
Rainbow trout is one of the few fish that shows resistance to the toxin.
The rainbow trout record fish weighed in at 12lb 9oz for Paul Wilshaw of Woodford Halse.