Atlantic herring


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2010) found that Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) early life stages were impacted by dispersed (C-9500A) crude oil and that the sensitivity decreased as the Atlantic herring aged.
In another study, the distantly related three-spined stickleback genome was used to infer genomic location of exome regions in Atlantic herring (Lamichhaney et al.
The number of dominant individuals collected in May ranged from 12 Atlantic herring to 710 butterfish (Figure 5); there was a significant difference in the number of individuals collected in May among numerically dominant species (F (4), (45) = 9.
Fecundity of Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) from three spawning areas in the western Gulf of Maine, 1969 and 1982.
2005), and one microsatellite locus, Cpa112, is known to be influenced by divergent selection associated with salinity in Atlantic herring (Andre et al.
Fisheries of the northeast United States: Atlantic herring fishery; Specifications.
The second phase was a sea-change, the kind of phenomenon David Attenborough is wont to observe among dense shoals of Atlantic herring.
6 million pounds), Atlantic herring (2 million pounds) and Atlantic cod (1 million pounds).
Owing to its abundance and underutilization, minced Atlantic herring is a potential raw material for use in omega-3 seafood products.
A sub-type of the North American virus has also been isolated from Atlantic herring and Greenland halibut in the Atlantic Ocean.
Atlantic Herring Clupea harengus--Atlantic herring are laterally compressed, streamlined, silvery fish with bluish or greenish-blue backs.
First reported in the United States in 1988 in the Pacific Northwest, the virus was subsequently found in both wild and hatchery-raised salmon, Pacific herring, and Pacific cod populations off the coast of Alaska, Canada, and Washington, A sub-type of the North American virus has also been isolated from Atlantic herring and Greenland halibut in the Atlantic Ocean.
The major species caught include Atlantic herring, European sprat and blue whiting - which alone were responsible for 49% of the total.
Atlantic herring, wild sockeye salmon, and Atlantic cod are among the fish with the lowest mercury levels.
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