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fish eggs or egg-filled ovary

eggs of female fish

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the egg mass or spawn of certain crustaceans such as the lobster

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the eggs or egg-laden ovary of a fish

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Fungus on fish eggs is major problem for aquaculture.
In addition to predation on other fish species, perch are also known to consume fish eggs and several studies have examined this feeding behaviour in more detail.
In contrast to larvae, fish eggs provide a more precise means of evaluating the distribution and abundance of spawning fish populations because of the reduced cumulative influence of egg transport and mortality (Ouellet et al.
But it will take more than a tub of endangered fish eggs to really get the resort off the ground.
Fin fish eggs were sorted out from this sample and their abundance was expressed as number of eggs/100 [m.
Because they are larger than native species, signal crayfish can have a significant impact on fisheries by eating fish eggs and also increasing the erosion of river banks through their burrowing.
Tree trunks are being used to stabilise the river bank while conifers provide habitat and act as filters, catching silt from water that would otherwise smother fish eggs and prevent them from hatching.
Tree trunks are used to stabilise the river bank while conifers provide habitat and act as filters, catching silt from the water that would otherwise smother fish eggs and prevent them from hatching, the Environment Agency said.
Namal Rajapaksa and a large number of fish eggs were released to fish ponds for fish to grow in abundance whereby the fresh water fishing Industry will be developed.
To a sea turtle, a floating plastic bag looks like a jellyfish and plastic pellets look like fish eggs to seabirds.
When the fish eggs hatched, the two found the branchial arches - bits of cartilage that support the gills and correspond to parts of the jaw in humans - appeared altered.
Environmental and health groups in Prince Edward Island, where the GE fish eggs would be produced, have been organizing against AquaBounty's plans.
Fertilized fish eggs can then drift with sea currents, thus replenishing populations inside and outside the reserves.
He decided to give it a try and brought some tilapia, known locally as balti, fish eggs from East Asia.