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Acquisition and culture of research fish : rainbow trout, fathead minnows, channel catfish, and bluegills /
Acute toxicity of selected toxicants to six species of fish /
Acute toxicity of toxaphene to fathead minnows, channel catfish, and bluegills /
Catfish populations in Chesapeake Bay
Causes of Papillomas on Fish Living in Chlorinated Sewage Effluent.
Dietary Influences on Disease Resistance Factors in Channel Catfish.
Effects of exposure to heavy metals on selected freshwater fish : toxicity of copper, cadmium, chromium and lead to eggs and fry of seven fish species /
Effects of petroleum compounds on estuarine fishes /
Effects of Selected Water Toxicants on the in vitro Activity of Fish Carbonic Anhydrase.
Growth and Survival of Channel Catfish and Yellow Perch Exposed to Lowered Constant and Diurnally Fluctuating Dissolved Oxygen Concentrations.
Induction of Nitric Oxide Synthase in Channel Catfish 'Ictalurus punctatus' by 'Edwardsiella ictaluri'.
Maximum utilization of water resources in a planned community : chlorine and ozone toxicity evaluation /
Physiologically-Based Toxicokinetic Modeling of Three Waterborne Chloroethanes in Channel Catfish, 'Ictalurus punctatus'.
Principles of warmwater aquaculture /
Respiratory-Cardiovascular Physiology and Chloroethane Gill Flux in the Channel Catfish 'Ictalurus punctatus'.
Survey of larval fish in the Michigan waters of Lake Erie, 1975 and 1976 /
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