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Genetic differentiation of resident and anadromous rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) in the Deschutes River basin, Oregon

Kenneth P. Currens

Genetic differentiation of resident and anadromous rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) in the Deschutes River basin, Oregon

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rainbow trout -- Genetics.,
  • Rainbow trout -- Geographical distribution.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kenneth P. Currens.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15521775M

    Biology, Behavior, and Resources of Resident and Anadromous Fish in the Lower Willamette River Final Report of Research, Edited by Thomas A. Friesen Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Southeast Evelyn Street Clackamas, Oregon March Contracted by City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services.   genetic differentiation from one another and within sub-basins/watersheds, individual tributaries frequently contained genetically distinct populations. Previously, DeHaan and Neibauer () conducted an analysis of genetic variation within and among bull trout populations in the upper Columbia River Basin (i.e., the Wenatchee. The genetic differentiation between the four population of brown trout analyzed in this study was evaluated by F-statistics, by using the indices F st and Gamma st calculated with DNAsp software. F st (fixation index) is a Wright statistic index that indicates the genetic variation between the populations and that can take values from 0 to by: 1.


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Genetic differentiation of resident and anadromous rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) in the Deschutes River basin, Oregon by Kenneth P. Currens Download PDF EPUB FB2

Genetic differentiation between freshwater resident and anadromous brown trout, Salmo trutta, within watercourses Article in Journal of Fish Biology 34(4) - January with 58 Reads. Genetic structure (six microsatellites) and gene flow were examined among anadromous (steelhead; n ¼ ), resident (rainbow trout; n = 52), and mixed (n = ) Oncorhynchus mykiss life-history.

On the other hand, this genetic similarity could simply reflect ancestral relationships, since the origins of most of the present-day rainbow trout stocks can be traced to collections of anadromous and nonanadromous O.

mykiss from the McCloud River in the Sacramento River Basin made early in the century (Behnke ). Sympatrically occurring steelhead and rainbowtrout (n = ) were collected from fiveriver systems in British Columbia, Canada, and bp from the mitochondrial genome and bp of the nuclear growth hormone 2 gene weresequenced to determine if the two forms aregenetically differentiated.

ND3 and D-loopsequence differences produced nine haplotypeswhile two length Cited by: spawn. The resident form of O. mykiss, known as rainbow trout, lives exclusively in freshwater and does not migrate to the sea.

These two life-history forms can coexist in the same river, with an essentially continuous spectrum of life-history variation represented in some populations (Hayes et al., ; McPhee et al., ; Shapovalov &. Rainbow trout (resident O. mykiss) are present throughout the river, and appeared abundant in below-dam areas.

Genetic relationships between anadromous and above- and below-Dam resident O. mykiss were unknown. Several studies (Docker and Heath ; Pearsons et al.

Recommendations to WDFW for the /12 rules proposals Every steelhead, resident and anadromous, should be protected from fishing mortality to take part in the recovery and/or maintenance of wild stocks.

Even where the size limit for resident steelhead (rainbow trout) has been set at inches, anglers using bait and lures and barbed hooks cause a high hooking mortality of juvenile (pre. Rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) populations have been distributed by man from a relatively small range on the Pacific coast of the US and Canada to a new range that extends around the magnitude of this range extension and the broad array of situations in which this species has been employed suggest it to be a very adaptable by: The level of genetic differentiation between anadromous and non-andromous trout (Salmo trutta L.) coexisting in a Norman river (Oir river) was examined at 15 microsatellites markers.

Despite a large amount of variation, no genetic differentiation was found between forms. Four domesticated stocks were also genotyped with the same by: Insteelhead Oncorhynchus mykiss (anadromous rainbow trout) will be systematically transported above Howard Hanson Dam, Green River, Washington.

We are interested in providing data to help manage the stock of fish that are selected to recolonize the upper river and to track how resident rainbow trout above the dam respond genetically after 80 years of by: 8.

Beaufort trout MicroPlex: A high‐throughput multiplex platform comprising 38 informative microsatellite loci for use in resident and anadromous (sea trout) brown trout Salmo trutta genetic studies. Journal of Fish Biol – /jfb [Google Scholar]Cited by: 2. Large, recreationally or commercially important populations of Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus), American shad (Alosa sapidissima), and striped bass (Morone saxatilis) occur in the Hudson River.

Members of the Hudson River populations of these fishes also occur over a broad range along the Atlantic coast where they mix with conspecifics from other anadromous by: Hindar et al.

() discussed genetic differences among landlocked, resident and anadromous brown trout, noting that waterfalls impassable to upstream migration may cause genetic differentiation between upstream and downstream populations, as did Bachman () in the ‘Variation and Genetic Plasticity’ section of the book on trout edited Cited by: A comparison of genetic variation between an anadromous steelhead, Oncorhynchus mykiss, in Southeast Alaska with genetic varia-tion in a rainbow trout population from a semi-isolated lake (Sashin Lake) in the same drainage that had been capture resident fish in the study lakes and the inter.

Lack of genetic differentiation between anadromous and resident sympatric brown trout (Salmo trutta) in a Normandy population. — Aquat. Living Resource 65 - Cited by: 1. The brown trout (Salmo trutta) is a European species of salmonid fish that has been widely introduced into suitable environments globally.

It includes both purely freshwater populations, referred to as the riverine ecotype, Salmo trutta morpha fario, and a lacustrine ecotype, S. trutta morpha lacustris, also called the lake trout, as well as anadromous forms known as the sea trout, S.

trutta Class: Actinopterygii. Sea trout (Salmo trutta) is a commercially important anadromous salmonid species in the Baltic trout return for spawning to natal rivers (homing). The number of wild smolts migrating to the sea from rivers in Poland decreased from about million ca.

70 years ago to less thanin recent by: Dose‐related effects of 17βoestradiol (E 2) on liver weight, plasma E 2, protein, calcium and thyroid hormone levels, and measurement of the binding of thyroid hormones to vitellogenin in rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri Richardson.

Flett; J. Leatherland; Pages: First Published: April We found minor genetic differentiation within the lower watershed occupied by anadromous steelhead (F ST = ), and evidence that immigrant influences were prevalent and ubiquitous.

Populations in the upper watershed above partial natural barriers were highly distinct (F ST = ) and minimally impacted by apparent by: 1.

Rogers SM, Curry RA. Genetic population structure of brook trout inhabiting a large river watershed. Trans. Fish. Soc. ; (5)– Rousset F. Genetic differentiation and estimation of gene flow from F-statistics under isolation by distance. Genetics. ; (4)– [PMC free article] Schmidt by: The fossil record indicates that trout inhabited Mexico during the Pleistocene and the southern-most record for a fish assigned to the family Salmonidae is ~ 20° North latitude, in the Lake Chapala, Jalisco region [].Behnke [] suggested that the Gulf of California acted as a refugium for anadromous trout during the Pleistocene glaciations and that these trout migrated from the Gulf into Cited by: of trout.

They concluded that the usefulness of dimensions ofthe otolith nucleus for separating steelhead from resident rainbow trout was much more limitedthanthatsuggestedby Rybock etal. for rainbow trout in the Deschutes River.

Oregon. The difference in mean length of the otolith nuclei between the rainbow trout studied by Ry­ bock etal. Charles K, Roussel J-M, Lebel J-M, Bagliniére J-L.

Genetic differentiation between anadromous and freshwater resident brown trout (Salmo trutta L.): insights obtained from stable isotope analysis. Ecol. of Freshw. Fish Crossref, ISI, Google by: 8.

Huzyk, L., and H. Tsuyuki. Distribution of LDH-B" gene in resident and anadromous rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) from streams in British Columbia. Fish. Res.

Board Can. Hydrosphere. Hydrodata USGS daily values: West 1 and West 2. CD-ROM data bases. 4) Determine the amount of genetic variation in Rainbow smelt within and among various New England estuaries. Objective 1. Determine the relative amount of periphyton in spawning habitat for anadromous rainbow smelt in selected coastal rivers in Maine, NH, and Massachusetts.

Looff, Alan C,Ross Lake Rainbow Trout Study, Data Appendix ooff, Alan C,Ross Lake Rainbow Trout Study, Final Report Looff, Alan C.,Ross Lake Rainbow Trout Study, Data Appendix Looff, Alan C.,Ross Lake Rainbow Trout Study, Data AppendixLocation: City Hall, Fourth Ave., Seattle, WA   The occurrence of sea lice on wild anadromous fish may vary with season and geographical location.

Studies carried out over several years off the southern coast of Norway revealed an increased prevalence of L. salmonis on sea trout (Salmo trutta), from 20% to 35% in March and April to a peak of % in late summer (Schram et al., ).Cited by: We found minor genetic differentiation within the lower watershed occupied by anadromous steelhead (FST = ), and evidence that immigrant influences were prevalent and ubiquitous.

Populations in the upper watershed above partial natural barriers were highly distinct (FST = ) and minimally impacted by apparent introgression. 2 29 Abstract 30 We examined spatio-temporal genetic variation at 53 single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in 31 anadromous Arctic char populations from Western Greenland, a region experiencing pronounced 32 climate change.

The study was based on contemporary and historical samples, the latter represented 33 by DNA extracted from otoliths and scales from the ss.

The response of steelhead trout and physical habitat variables to stream improvement structures placed in Browns Creek, California.

M.S. Thesis, Humboldt State Univ., Arcata, CA. Demas, C. Food habits of the rainbow trout in relation to the biota of lower Hat Creek. M.S. Thesis, Humboldt State Univ., Arcata, CA.

The brown trout has two alternative lie stages: (i) resident orm – fish spend their entire li e in a river or a small stream, and often spawn in smal-ler tributaries o the area and (ii) anadromous orm (sea trout) – fish migrate rom the rivers or streams in which they were born to the seaCited by: 2.

Early juvenile bioenergetic differences between anadromous and resident brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) Geneviève R. Morinville and Joseph B. Rasmussen Abstract: Many salmonids, including brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis), contain both anadromous (migrant) and nonanadromous (resident) forms within a population (partial migration).

Adult anadromous rainbow trout clustered together with zooplanktivorous species (TL ‐), and the model predicted a diet dominated by planktonic crustaceans (55%), very different from the diet dominated by fish and squids characteristic of adult steelhead in the North Pacific by:   Skaala Ø, Nævdal G () Genetic differentiation between freshwater resident and anadromous brown trout, Salmo trutta, within watercourses.

J Fish Biol – Google Scholar Skaala Ø, Jørstad KE, Borgstrøm R () Fine-spotted. Genetic comparison between sympatric anadromous steelhead and freshwater resident rainbow trout in British Columbia, Canada.

Conservation Genetics, Douglas, P.A. Ostberg CO, Chase D, Hauser L () Hybridization between Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout and Rainbow Trout Alters the Expression of Muscle Growth-Related Genes and Their Relationships with Growth Patterns.

PLOS e Peterson DA, Hilborn R, Hauser L (online) Exploratory behavior of dispersers within a metapopulation of sockeye. the San Joaquin River to Vernalis and through the south Delta. For rainbow trout and anadromous steelhead, excessively warm water temperatures have the potential to limit trout/steelhead population abundance by restricting juvenile and adult resident over-summer rearing habitat to very short stream reaches, due to downstream thermal regimes.

Oncorhynchus mykiss have a diverse array of life history types, and understanding the relationship among types is important for management of the species. Patterns of gene flow between sympatric freshwater resident O.

mykiss, commonly known as rainbow trout, and anadromous O. mykiss, commonly known as steelhead, populations are complex and poorly understood.

Arostegui, M. C., and T. Quinn. Ontogenetic and ecotypic variation in the coloration and morphology of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in a stream-lake system.

Biological Journal of the Linnean Society pdf Arostegui, M. C., and T. Quinn. Reliance on lakes by salmon, trout, and charr (Oncorhynchus, Salmo, and.

Carl Ostberg a. Degree: PhD, start autumn b. Thesis title: Genomic basis of development and growth in hybrids between rainbow and Yellowstone cutthroat trout c.

Support: US Geological Survey 2. Jocelyn Lin a. Degree: PhD, start spring b. Thesis title: Genetic and phenotypic variation in sockeye salmon meta- populations c. Support: NSF scholarship, NSF grantFile Size: 48KB.

Perry et al. () also showed pronounced genetic di-vergence between resident and anadromous brook charr in the Laval River drainage (Fst = ) based on allele frequencies at nine microsatellite loci, confirming that they compose genetically distinct populations. Six pure anadromous and six .Identifying the genetic basis underlying phenotypic divergence and reproductive isolation is a longstanding problem in evolutionary biology.

Genetic signals of adaptation and reproductive isolation are often confounded by a wide range of factors, such as variation in demographic history or genomic features. Brown trout (Salmo trutta) in the Loch Maree catchment, Scotland, exhibit Cited by: 7.Rainbow trout or steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) also exist in this portion of Pataha Creek, as well as downstream.

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and US Forest Service staff collaborated in an effort to capture brook trout to determine if genetic evidence could confirm a prior presence of bull trout that may have hybridized with.