seed oyster


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a young oyster especially of a size for transplantation

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Seed oyster growth responded to the combination of linear temperature, linear salinity, and the quadratic temperature term in the response surface regressions (Table 3; Fig.
Total oyster density, seed oyster density, and mussel density were higher at the nonharvested site (70.
The full factorial study was conducted twice for each oyster size class, except for seed oysters, which was carried out three times.
Haplosporidium nelsoni (MSX) on Delaware Bay seed oyster beds: a host-parasite relationship along a salinity gradient.
Seed oysters were planted using standard industry methods.
Simulated sustainable estimates of sack and seed oysters are presented, and harvest as a percent of simulated harvest for sack and seed oyster are given.
The use of the hardened seed oyster in the culture of the food oyster and its significance to the oyster culture industry.
ABSTRACT The Piankatank River is a trap-type estuary on the western shore of Chesapeake Bay that has been managed for seed oyster production since 1963.
As a method of oyster reef enhancement and management, Hargis and Haven (1999) recommended the building of 3-dimensional sanctuary reefs surrounded by 2-dimensionsal shell plants for market and/or seed oyster production.
Island shore, who depend so largely for their seed oysters on the
It further demonstrates the importance of the development of different conditioning techniques that will allow the native breeding stock to produce gametes that will enable the development of larvae that can produce seed oysters for oyster farming.
KSMA has great difficulty getting healthy seed oysters from hatcheries in the Lower 48 because of ocean acidification, among other factors.
The Whiskey Creek Shellfish Hatchery on the state's north coast watched oyster larvae die en masse for three years in a row in the mid-2000s - depriving oyster farms along the entire West Coast of seed oysters.
In the mid-1840s, fishermen started to gather seed oysters, plant them in favorable spots, and allow them to grow to market size in estuaries near the Mississippi River and in coastal areas farther west, creating one of the most successful oyster cultivation industries in the country.