GROWTH AND MYOSIN HEAVY CHAIN EXPRESSION IN THE WHITE MUSCLE OF JUVENILE WALLEYE (Sander vitreus)

@inproceedings{Dhillon2009GROWTHAM,
  title={GROWTH AND MYOSIN HEAVY CHAIN EXPRESSION IN THE WHITE MUSCLE OF JUVENILE WALLEYE (Sander vitreus)},
  author={Rashpal S Dhillon},
  year={2009}
}
Walleye are an important recreational and commercial fish species that are distributed over an expansive geographic range across North America. However, its palatable white flesh and appeal to anglers have lead to declines in natural populations throughout Canada and the United States. These declines have prompted the idea that aquaculture may serve as a means of satisfying consumer demands and decreasing pressure on wild stocks. While culture programs exist for walleye, little is known about… CONTINUE READING

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