Atlantic halibut


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Synonyms for Atlantic halibut

largest United States flatfish

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Evaluation of potential reference genes for real time RT-PCR studies in Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus L.
Although Atlantic halibut has been cultured in captivity for almost 40 years, juvenile production remains one of the most important bottlenecks (Olsen et al.
Gonadotrophin releasing hormone agonist raises plasma concentrations of progestogens and enhances milt fluidity in male Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus).
Topography of different photoreceptor cell types in the larval retina of Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus).
By 2002, Canada's cod industry was not alone in its demise: Pacific sardine, haddock, Bering wolfish, Atlantic halibut, and yellowtail flounder all were on the international endangered-species list.
Overfishing by European longliners contributed to the disappearance of Atlantic halibut by the mid-1930s, forcing fishermen and the Sisimiut factory to seek other resources.
As well as cod from the North and Irish Seas, the Marine Conservation Society asks us to avoid Atlantic haddock, European hake, North Atlantic halibut, monkfish and swordfish.
orange roughy, all snappers except yellowtail, Atlantic halibut,
The protocol divides up authorised catches according to species: cod (2,200 tonnes); pelagic redfish (3,000 tonnes); demersal redfish (2,000 tonnes); Greenland halibut (6,815 tonnes); Northern prawn (10,900 tonnes); Atlantic halibut (400 tonnes); snow crab (250 tonnes); capelin (60,000 tonnes) and grenadier (200 tonnes).
Gigha Halibut, on the Island of Gigha, specialises in the artisan production of sustainable Scottish Atlantic halibut and it is served in restaurants across the world.
Some species have become critically endangered, including the common sturgeon and common skate, as well as the angel shark, leatherback turtle and Atlantic halibut.
Population structure and movement information is needed for management of several other high latitude fisheries including Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus), Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus) and Greenland turbot (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides) (Godo and Haug, 1988; Shimada and Kimura, 1994; Albert, 2002).
Fish to be avoided include Atlantic cod (right), Atlantic halibut, Atlantic salmon, haddock, plaice and tuna.
Atlantic halibut are virtually extinct, and Atlantic swordfish average only 90 pounds now versus 266 in 1966.
The fish to avoid, say Greenpeace, are: Atlantic cod, Dover sole, haddock, European hake, Atlantic halibut, marlin, monkfish, plaice, tropical prawns, Atlantic salmon, sharks (including dogfish), skates and rays, swordfish and several varieties of tuna, including albacore, bigeye, bluefin and yellowfin.
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