View of Chinook salmon prepped for histology

Outline of a fish, including the internal organs.  The fish has been sliced open and stained so it appears pink and purple.  The anatomy has been labeled:  eye, gills, stomach, intestine and kidney.

View of Chinook salmon prepped for histology

A Chinook salmon juvenile has been processed and stained for histopathology (microscopic examination of tissue in order to study disease).
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USFWS
Ecosystem
River/stream
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Public Domain
Subject tags
Anadromous fish
Fisheries
Fisheries management
Fishes
Research