Accession Number : ADA322714

Title :   Methods for Long-Term Identification of Salmonids: A Review.

Descriptive Note : Biological rept.,

Corporate Author : COLORADO STATE UNIV FORT COLLINS DEPT OF FISHERY AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGY

Personal Author(s) : Chart, Thomas E. ; Bergersen, Eric P.

PDF Url : ADA322714

Report Date : MAY 1988

Pagination or Media Count : 25

Abstract : The current status of techniques and developments relating to the long-term identification of salmonid fish is reviewed and described. The literature that may relate to future techniques is discussed. Techniques include coded wire tags, passive integrated responders, branding, tetracycline, fluorescent pigments, dyes and microtaggants, meristics and morphometrics, electrophoresis and serological techniques, genetic tagging, and parasites.

Descriptors :   *PARASITES, *FISHES, *ECOLOGY, *TROUT, LONG RANGE(TIME), CODING, QUALITY CONTROL, DYES, FLUORESCENT DYES, PIGMENTS, WILDLIFE, SEROLOGY, ELECTROPHORESIS, TETRACYCLINES.

Subject Categories : Biology
      Ecology

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE