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Quantitative genetics of chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta (Walbaum)

William Williams Smoker

Quantitative genetics of chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta (Walbaum)

by William Williams Smoker

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chum salmon -- Genetics.,
  • Chum salmon -- Artificial spawning.

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    Statementby William Williams Smoker.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[11], 170 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15518844M

    Reproductive behavior and relative reproductive success of natural- and hatchery-origin Hood Canal summer chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) Barry A. Berejikian, Donald M. Van Doornik, Julie A. Scheurer, and Richard Bush Abstract: Estimates of the relative fitness of hatchery- and natural-origin salmon can help determine the value of hatchery. during spawning migration of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta). Taking the Amur chum salmon as an example, Pentegoff et al. () have established that as the fish move from the estuary to the spawning grounds, the moisture content in the muscle increases and the lipid and protein contents decrease. They have not discussed inCited by:

    Other Scholarly Content Analysis of factors affecting the production of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) Tillamook Bay chum salmon are caught commercially by gill-nets, both set and drift, and from through the landings have averaged , pounds per season. More chum salmon are caught on Tillamook Bay than on the rest of the. Chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) are the most widely distributed Pacific Salmon species and can be found throughout Alaska. They range along the east and west coasts of the North Pacific Ocean, from the Mackenzie and Anderson Rivers in Canada to the Lena River in Russia. Chums are often called dog salmon, but experts disagree about Continue reading Chum Salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) →.

    Chum salmon usually weigh lb and measure inches long, though the maximum recorded size for this species is 43 inches and lb. Non-spawning chum are green-blue with silver sides and some black speckling; a key distinguishing feature is the . ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING THE PRODUCTION OF CHUM SALMON (Oncorhynchus keta) in Tillamook Bay Contribution No. 18 [Kenneth A. Henry] on Author: Kenneth A. Henry.


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Quantitative genetics of chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta (Walbaum) by William Williams Smoker Download PDF EPUB FB2

The chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) is a species of anadromous fish in the salmon is a Pacific salmon, and may also be known as dog salmon or keta salmon, and is often marketed under the name silverbrite name chum salmon comes from the Chinook Jargon term tzum, meaning "spotted" or "marked", while keta in the scientific name comes from the Evenki language of Eastern Class: Actinopterygii.

Chum salmon from different stocks were bred together in two experiments. Three stocks contributed gametes to one experiment, two stocks to another. Sibling groups of eggs, alevins, and fry were maintained in a common : William Williams Smoker. Chum Salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) – a commercial anadromous fish, the second most populous of the Oncorhynchus genus, the Salmonidae occurs widely all over the northern Pacific Ocean, along the American coast – from San Francisco to the north as far as the Mackenzie River Basin (the Arctic Ocean).

Oncorhynchus keta (Chum Salmon) Fishes Native Transplant. Collection Info Point Map Species Profile Animated Map. Translate this page with. Oncorhynchus keta (Walbaum in Artedi, ) Common name: Chum Salmon. Taxonomy: available through Genetic differentiation among seasonally distinct spawning populations of chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta.

Aquaculture: Fry from three Vancouver Island chum salmon populations were reared under identical conditions from egg onward to determine if genetic divergence occurs among populations that spawn in different by:   Ichthyobodosis caused by the ectoparasitic flagellate Ichthyobodo salmonis is a significant cause of mortality in juvenile chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta reared in hatcheries of northern Japan.

The present study established a real-time quantitative polymerase chain reaction assay (qPCR) of I. salmonis ribosomal DNA (rDNA) using SYBR Green. This assay allows monitoring of parasite Cited by: 3.

ENUMERATION OF ADULT CHUM SALMON, Oncorhynchus keta, IN THE FISHING BRANCH RIVER, YUKON TERRITORY, by. L Boyce. Fisheries and Oceans Canada Science Branch, Pacific Region - Range Road Whitehorse, Yukon.

Y1A 3V1. POPULATION BIOLOGY OF CHUM SALMON, ONCORHYNCHUS KETA, FROM THE FRASER RIVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA TERRY D. BEACHAMl AND PAUL STARR2 ABSTRACT Population biology of Fraser River chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta, was investigated.

Mean age of chum salmon duringthe rundeclined from years in October to years in Decemberin the s. Low genetic divergence at neutral loci among populations is often the result of high levels of contemporary gene flow. Western Alaskan summer-run chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) populations demonstrate weak genetic structure, but invoking contemporary gene flow as the basis for the low divergence is problematic because salmon home to their natal streams and some of the populations Cited by: Inhabits ocean and coastal streams (Ref.

).Migrating fry form schools in estuaries, remain close to shore for a few months and finally disperse to enter the sea (Ref. ).Epipelagic (Ref. ).Juveniles and adults feed mainly on copepods, tunicates and euphausiids but also on pteropods, squid and small fishes (Ref.

).Adults cease feeding in freshwater (Ref. Male and female chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta were caught on Oct. 2, by the Ishikari Bay Fisherman Association with a fixed fishing net at the coastal zone of the Pacific Ocean in the Ishikari Bay (43°23’ N, °13’ E; N = 10; 5 males and 5 females), and on Oct.

5, by the Hokkaido Salmon Propagation Association with traditional Cited by: 7. Habitat and Biology: Anadromous, pelagicat m. Deeper in winter, forming dense shoals during spawning run and making considerable migrations; juveniles in mouths of rivers and on fishes (herring, sand eels, smelt), also crustaceans; young at sea on crustaceans (harpacticoids, calanids, amphipods); in freshwater, adults do not population enters rivers early July to.

NORTH PACIFIC RESEARCH BOARD PROJECT FINAL REPORT EARLY MARINE ECOLOGY OF JUVENILE CHUM SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS KETA) IN KUSKOKWIM BAY, ALASKA PROJECT R FINAL REPORT to NORTH PACIFIC RESEARCH BOARD West 3rd Avenue, Suite Anchorage, Alaska Nicola Hillgruber1, Christian E.

Zimmerman2, Sean E. Burril1, and Lewis J. File Size: 2MB. Beacham et al.: Population structure of Oncorhynchus keta across the Pacific Rim Table 1 Summary of the number of sampling sites or populations of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) within each geographic region listed in Figure 1.

A complete listing of the populations is outlined by Beacham et al.1 in their Appendix Table 1. n is the number. Salmon Genetics and Management in the Columbia River Basin Article (PDF Available) in Northwest Science 92(5) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Harpacticoid copepods are the principal food of chum salmon during the first critical weeks of estuarine life. Heterotrophic food sources are preferentially ingested by harpacticoids. A commercially valuable fisheries resource, usually considered to be planktivorous, is related to a detritus-based, benthically derived food by: Efficiency of the inbreeding coefficient f and other estimators in detecting null alleles, as revealed by empirical data of locus oke3 across 65 populations of chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta.

Journal of Fish Biology. Oncorhynchus keta (Chum salmon) (Salmo keta) Status. Reviewed-Annotation score: Experimental evidence at protein level i.

Function i. Causes a rapid but short-lived drop in the level of calcium and phosphate in blood by promoting the incorporation of those ions in the bones.

Twenty-five chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta families were produced using a 5×5 diallel mating design, and the body weights and specific growth rates (SGRs) were measured from 0 to 99 days after emergence.

The body weights of the fry differed in the same developmental stages among the families. In addition, the mean body weights of fry that originated from small eggs were low, but their SGRs Cited by: 2.

A nested mating design was used in which 10 males were mated with 20 female chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta), and individuals from each of the 20 families. Chum salmon Semi-dressed (Gutted, Head on) Freezing method: Block frozen Packing: Bag Method of catch: set net Fishing season: June - August Catching Area: East-Western coast of Kamchatka.

Chum salmon HG (Headed and Gutted) Freezing method: Block frozen Packing: Bag Method of catch: set net Fishing season: June - August.Salmonid herpesvirus 2 (syn. Oncorhynchus masou virus) is an oncogenic herpesvirus that was initially isolated from several species of adult salmon and rainbow trout in Japan from to The virus is more pathogenic for young salmonids than salmonid herpesvirus 1, particularly among kokanee salmon (O.

nerka) and cherry salmon (O. masou).requirements of the chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta (Walbaum}, and to evaluate habitat whfch parameters are most important to the spe~fes or are most often critical to survival or limiting to production. This information is intended to provide a data base for habitat evaluation activities.