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Influence of the Moran Effect on Spatiotemporal Synchrony in Common Carp Recruitment
Abstract Climatic variation and dispersal are two primary factors thought to induce recruitment synchrony in fish populations. We hypothesized that climate factors correlated across a broadExpand
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Effects of suture material on incision healing, growth and survival of juvenile largemouth bass implanted with miniature radio transmitters: case study of a novice and experienced fish surgeon
Juvenile largemouth bass Micropterus salmoides, intraperitoneally implanted with microradio transmitters exhibited short-term (5 days) inflammation around the incision and suture insertion points forExpand
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Fish Size and Prey Availability Affect Growth, Survival, Prey Selection, and Foraging Behavior of Larval Yellow Perch
Abstract Zooplankton availability is strongly linked with the growth, survival, and ultimately recruitment of fish during their early life history. We examined how different types of zooplanktonExpand
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Population characteristics of bighead and silver carp on the northwestern front of their North American invasion.
Invasive species are considered the second largest threat to native biodiversity, and ecosystem function and services. One pair of global invaders, bighead, Hypophthalmichthys nobilis, and silverExpand
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Ontogenetic Changes in Prey Preference and Foraging Ability of Yellow Perch: Insights Based on Relative Energetic Return of Prey
Abstract Ontogenetic diet shifts are an important component of the early life history of many fishes. Successfully shifting diets affects not only individuals but also populations and communities. WeExpand
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Foraging behavior, morphology, and life history variation determine the ontogeny of piscivory in two closely related predators
The ontogeny of piscivory is an important process during the early life history of many fishes, and why ontogenetic patterns of closely related species vary is unclear. We experimentally evaluatedExpand
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First year growth and survival of common carp in two glacial lakes
Cohorts of common carp, Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus, were monitored from hatch through the next spring in two South Dakota, USA lakes to identify factors affecting year-class strength. Hatching occurredExpand
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Adult, juvenile and young-of-year bighead, Hypophthalmichthys nobilis (Richardson, 1845) and silver carp, H. molitrix (Valenciennes, 1844) range expansion on the northwestern front of the invasion in
Asian carps (bighead and silver carp) were collected with boat electrofishing over four years in three South Dakota tributaries to the Missouri River at the beginning of their invasion into thisExpand
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Delayed mortality of tournament-caught walleyes
Abstract We quantified the delayed mortality of walleyes Sander vitreus during three tournaments (April–June 2003) on Lake Francis Case, South Dakota. Weigh-in procedures (e.g., air exposure of fishExpand
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Effect of a Simulated Cold-Front on Hatching Success of Yellow Perch Eggs
ABSTRACT Gradually warming water temperature during yellow perch (Perca flavescens) egg and larval stages has been associated with stronger year classes, whereas an abrupt drop in temperatureExpand
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