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- Rosauer, Daniel R.; Biga, Peggy R.; Lindell, Scott R.; Binkowski, Frederick P.; Shepherd, Brian S.; Palmquist, Debra E.; Simchick, Crystal A.; Goetz, Frederick W.
- Aquaculture 2011 v.317 no.1-4 pp. 58
- arachidonic acid, etc ; Perca flavescens; coasts; disease resistance; fillets; genetic variation; germ cells; growth traits; hatching; inbreeding coefficient; lakes; microsatellite repeats; parentage; perch; phenotype; population genetics; progeny; protein content; proximate composition; rearing; rivers; tanks; water content; watersheds; wild fish; Maryland; North Carolina; Wisconsin; Show all 28 Subjects
- ... Broodstocks of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) were initiated from fertilized gametes obtained from wild fish taken from the Perquimans River (North Carolina), Choptank River (Maryland), Lake Winnebago (Wisconsin) and Lac du Flambeau (Wisconsin). Populations at these sites were chosen based on the results of a prior population genetics study of perch populations from the upper Midwest and East Coa ...