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Chemosensory sensitivity of some salmonid and acipenserid fish to natural attractants

Family, species

Thresholds of chemosensory sensitivity:
given in parts of standard exctract 1 gram food per l water

Acipenseridae
stellate sturgeon, Acipenser stellatus
Siberian sturgeon, Acipenser baeri



bloodworm extracts
10-4
(Kasumyan & Kazhlaev, 1993)



Salmonidae
sockeye, Oncorhynchus nerka


brine shrimp, zooplankton extracts
10-5
beef liver, beef heart extracts
10-3 — 10-2
(McBride et al., 1962)


Salmonidae
Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, rainbow trout, Salmo
gairdneri, brook trout, Salmo trutta


Trichoptera larva extracts
10-3
(Marusov, 1975)




Salmo trutta, by Harald Seide


Basic References

Kasumyan A.O., Kazhlaev A.A. 1993. Formation of searching behavioral reaction and olfactory sensitivity to food chemical signals during ontogeny of sturgeons (Acipenseridae). Journal of Ichthyology 33, 51-65

Marusov E.A. 1975. The reaction of young salmonids to some natural chemical stimuli. Journal of Ichthyology 15, 375-377

McBride J.R., Idler D.R., Jonas R.E.E., Tomlinson N. 1962. Olfactory perception in juvenile salmon. I. Observations on response of juvenile sockeye to extracts of foods. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 19, 327-334

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