Cecil Hougie

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Steelhead trout (Salmo gairdnerii) were taken at three stages of sexual maturity to study their coronary arteries for arteriosclerotic lesions. At least 18 sections from the glutaraldehyde- and osmium-fixed arteries were obtained from each fish. Fish in the middle of the spawning migration and sexually mature fish at the spawning ground had lesions in about(More)