Definition of Channel catfish

1. Noun. Freshwater food fish common throughout central United States.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Channel Catfish

channa dahl
channel capacity
channel cat
channel catfish (current term)
channel coal
channel fever
channel flashing
channel forming ionophore
channel gating
channel islands
channel of distribution
channel protein
channel stopper
channel surf
channel surfed
channel surfing
channel surfs
channel transport

Literary usage of Channel catfish

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1. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (1903)
"channel catfish virus strain Auburn /A) originally received from Dr. John ib (Auburn University, Auburn, AL) was ired at 25° in a continuous cell line of n ..."

2. Bass, Pike, Perch and Other Game Fishes of America by James Alexander Henshall (1919)
"The Channel-catfish. Body elongate, slender, compressed posteriorly; head 4; depth 5; eye large; DI6; A. 25 to 30; head slender and conical; mouth small, ..."

3. Recirculation edited by Peter W. Perschbacher (1995)
"Differential resistance among channel catfish strains and ... Plasma corticosteroid dynamics in channel catfish, letal unis punctatus Rafinesque, ..."

4. The Virginia Handbook by Blair Howard (2001)
"Lake Curtis is a 91-acre lake with a boat ramp, and lots of largemouth bass, bluegill, black crappie, pumpkinseed, walleye, tiger musky and channel catfish. ..."

5. Adventure Guide to Michigan by Kevin Hillstrom (1998)
"Top-notch fishing lakes in Southeast Michigan include Belleville Lake (channel catfish, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, bluegill, northern pike, walleye, ..."

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