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Pathology of sea lamprey inflicted wounds on rainbow trout

Ronald E. Kinnunen

Pathology of sea lamprey inflicted wounds on rainbow trout

by Ronald E. Kinnunen

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Published by Great Lakes Fishery Commission in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rainbow trout -- Great Lakes -- Wounds and injuries.,
  • Rainbow trout -- Great Lakes -- Parasites.,
  • Rainbow trout -- Great Lakes -- Effect of sea lamprey on.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ronald E. Kinnunen and Howard E. Johnson.
    SeriesTechnical report / Great Lakes Fishery Commission -- no. 48, Technical report (Great Lakes Fishery Commission) -- no. 48.
    ContributionsJohnson, Howard E., 1935-, Great Lakes Fishery Commission.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p. :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20306494M

      The sea lamprey, an eel-like predator that wounds or kills other fish by sucking their blood, is becoming an increasing menace in Lake Champlain, according to fish experts in New York and Vermont. We scanned 8, Pacific Cod for lamprey wounds and found that % of the cod had at least one wound. Lamprey wound morphology was better predicted by an oral disk model built for Pacific Lamprey than by a similar model built for Arctic Lamprey. The occurrence of lamprey wounds that had penetrated muscle tissue but had not completely healed.

      Abstract. Sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) control in the Laurentian Great Lakes of North America is an example of using physiological knowledge to successfully control an invasive species and rehabilitate an ecosystem and valuable parasitic sea lamprey contributed to the devastating collapse of native fish communities after invading the Great . Some fish which survived lamprey attacks succumbed to fungus infections of the wounds. A small number of trout recovered from attacks, and their wounds healed.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Facilities and methods -- Duration of parasitic phase -- Feeding and growth of adult sea lampreys -- Relation between.

    Furthermore, Sea Lamprey have been identified as a potential source of infection for A. salmonicida in Rainbow Trout Oncorhynchus mykiss (El Morabit et al. ) and other Aeromonas spp. have been known to cause hemorrhagic diseases in Pouched Lamprey Geotria australis (Hilliard et al. ). The sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) is a jawless vertebrate having a complex life cycle that involves a shift from a diverse diet of detritus and microbes to a highly specialized diet of fish blood. After hatching, newly emerged larvae burrow into the sand, where they feed on detritus and microbes in the water column for 3 to 7 years (36,


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Pathology of sea lamprey inflicted wounds on rainbow trout by Ronald E. Kinnunen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Pathology of sea lamprey inflicted wounds on rainbow trout. [Ronald E Kinnunen; Howard E Johnson; Great Lakes Fishery Commission.]. PATHOLOGY OF SEA LAMPREY INFLICTED WOUNDS ON RAINBOW TROUT RONALD B. KINNUNBN Michigan Sea Grant, U.

Extension Center Wright Street Marquette, MI and HOWARD E. JOHNSON Office ot the Governor Capitol Station Helena, Montana TECHNICAL REPORT No. 48 Gœat Lakes Fishery Commission Green Road Ann Arbor. Jean Adams (GLSC, Ann Arbor, Michigan) gave an invited presentation on how tracking sea lamprey wounds can inform fishery managers about lake trout at the Sea Lamprey Wound Assessment Workshop hosted by Michigan State University and the Great Lakes Fishery Commission in Red Cliff, Wisconsin, May 48 Pathology of sea lamprey inflicted wounds on rainbow trout.

R.E. Kinnunen, H.E. Johnson. 49 Using the lake trout as an indicator of ecosystem health—application of the dichotomous key. Of adult rainbow trout sampled from the Nottawasaga River of Georgian Bay during the period of –67 inclusive, approximately % had one or more lamprey marks.

Pathology of sea lamprey inflicted wounds on rainbow trout. December R. Kinnunen and H. Johnson. and rainbow trout Salmo gairdneri. Alewives eaten. Although the number of sea lamprey in the Great Lakes has been reduced, this species still wounds or kills substantial numbers of lake trout in some areas and, thus, is impeding the rebuilding of established populations (Adair and YoungMadenjian et al.Schneider et al.

and references therein). Pathology of Sea Lamprey Inflicted Wounds on Rainbow Trout: Ronald E. Kinnunen and Howard E. Johnson: The Lake Trout Rehabilitation Model: Program Documentation: Carl J. Walters, Lawrence D. Jacobson, and George R. Spangler: Lake Erie Fish Community Workshop: Edited by Jerry R.

Paine and Roger B. Kenyon: Overfishing or Pollution. Origin of sea lamprey in the Great Lakes. The origins of sea lampreys in the Great Lakes remains a subject of considerable debate (Eshenroder,).Microsatellite DNA studies suggest that the Great Lakes and Atlantic populations are genetically distinct, supporting the hypothesis that sea lampreys were native to Lake Ontario, and perhaps the.

Introduction. Sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) populations possess great potential to damage stocks of native and introduced fish species that support highly valued fisheries in the Great indices of that potential, based on sea lamprey and lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) abundance, have been refined over the past thirty years, the.

IMPACT OF SEA LAMPREY PARASITISM ON THE BLOOD FEATURES AND HEMOPOIETIC TISSUES OF RAINBOW TROUT RONALD E. KINNUNEN Michigan Sea Grant U. Extension Center Wright Street Marquette, MI and HOWARD E. JOHNSON Office of the Governor Capitol Station Helena, MT TECHNICAL REPORT NO.

46 Great Lakes. We followed the progression of healing of deep excisional biopsy punch wounds over the course of days in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) by monitoring visual wound healing and gene expression in the healing muscle at regular intervals (1, 3, 7, 14, 38 and days post-wounding).In addition, we performed muscle texture analysis one year after wound.

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Pathology of sea lamprey inflicted wounds on rainbow trout. Kinnunen H. Johnson. 32 p. (K) Comparative toxicity of the lampricide 3-trifluoromethylnitrophenol to ammocetes of three species of lampreys. King, Jr. Gabel.

(K). Sea lamprey wounds on lake trout are a record of attacks (King ) and when quantified, can be translated into mortality rates.

Eshenroder and Koonce () described a. the lamprey applies itself to host fishes, n.s wellns to stones and, in the case of t,he mnle, to it.s mate during spawning (Reynolds ). As a sea lamprey grows, the diameter of the sucking disk increases and hence the size of wound inflicted on a host fish becomes From the regression of diamet,or of sucking disk on.

Introduction. A primary Great Lakes fishery concern is the continued adverse effects of sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) on native lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush), and how to mitigate these effects (Irwin et al.,Stewart et al., ).In the mid-twentieth century, each of the upper Great Lakes experienced rapid collapses in their lake trout populations.

Anglers had it straight from the outdoor page of the Decem Lawrence (Massachusetts) Eagle-Tribune: “The fish ladders [on the Connecticut River] ought to be used to diminish the [sea] lamprey and prevent it from entering into the lakes and streams of New Hampshire.”And: “Lamprey eels literally suck the life out of their host fish, namely small-scale fish such as trout.

Annual weighted-mean sea lamprey wounding of lake trout longer than 43 cm was de- fined as the number of sea lamprey wounds divided by the number of lake trout sampled in all manage- ment areas.

The average sea lamprey wounding rate across Lake Superior during – was five per fish, but wounding rates were generally higher. Tribal, state, and federal fisheries professionals classifying sea lamprey wounds on lake trout at a workshop in Red Cliff, Wisconsin.

Details. Image Dimensions: x Date Taken: Tuesday, Location Taken: Red Cliff, WI, US. Photographer. Background. The sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) is a jawless vertebrate that parasitizes fish as an adult and, with overfishing, was responsible for the decline in lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) populations in the Great laboratory studies have looked at the rates of wounding on various fish hosts, there have been few investigations on the physiological effects of lamprey.Criteria for the classification of marks inflicted by sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) into nine categories were developed from laboratory studies in an attempt to refine the classification system used in field assessment work.

These criteria were based on characteristics of the attachment site that could be identified under field conditions by unaided visual means and by touching the.The sea lamprey is an aggressive predator by nature, which gives it a competitive advantage in a lake system where it has no predators and its prey lacks defenses against it.

The sea lamprey played a large role in the destruction of the Lake Superior trout population. Lamprey introduction along with poor, unsustainable fishing practices caused.