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Microenvironmental sensitivity of a genotype refers to the ability to buffer against non-specific environmental factors, and it can be quantified by the amount of residual variation in a trait expressed by the genotype's offspring within a (macro)environment. Due to the high degree of polymorphism in behavioral, growth and life-history traits, both farmed(More)
Individually tagged rainbow trout representing 15 full-sibling families were sequentially challenged twice with Aeromonas salmonicida causing furunculosis: first as cohabitation and then as injected intraperitoneally. The bleeding procedure prior to challenges caused the outbreak of cold water disease by Flavobacterium psychrophilum. Before and after the(More)
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