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USGS research frontiers on fish at the American Fisheries Society Conference
Date:9/6/2011

how the digestive system works to develop an Asian carp-specific toxicant with selective uptake and delivery. Preliminary findings suggest that to build a selective toxicant -- 50-100 micron size particles, the presence of select enzymes and a late winter or spring timeframe are basic ingredients to blend for success. Asian carp were found to feed on the blank designer food particles, and now studies will begin with the chemical ingredient. This study, Using New Technologies for the Control of Filter-Feeding Aquatic Invasive Species Like Asian Carps, will be presented on Sep. 6 th at 10:15 a.m. in room 612 (Washington State Convention Center). To learn more, contact Jon Amberg at jamberg@usgs.gov or at 608-781-6322.


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Contact: Catherine Puckett
cpuckett@usgs.gov
352-278-0165
United States Geological Survey
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