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Expulsion of dummy transmitters by rainbow trout salmo gairdneri


Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 114(5): 766-767
Expulsion of dummy transmitters by rainbow trout salmo gairdneri
Surgically implanted dummy transmitters were expelled from the body cavity of 13 of 22 rainbow trout Salmo gairdneri within 42-175 d after they were implanted. Encapsulation of the dummy transmitters by the intestine and passage through the anus appeared to be the mechanism of explusion.


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