Gadus


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Synonyms for Gadus

type genus of the Gadidae: the typical codfishes

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In the gadiform Gadus morhua and the batrachoidiform Opsanus tau, RBCs morphed from clear ovoid cells (Fig.
Stable isotope evidence for late medieval (14th-15th C) origins of the eastern Baltic cod (Gadus morhud) fishery.
Every individual process stage, from catching the fish right up to the end consumer, is subjected to precise control in the overall supply chain at Gadus.
Effects of salinity, temperature, and dissolved oxygen on early development of the Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus).
Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus) was the fourth most important commercial species landed in the United States during 2003 by volume, and catches totaled 27x[10.sup.4] metric tons (t) and had a value of $160 million.
An Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) population in Ogac Lake, on the south shore of Frobisher Bay, has been known to science for quite some time (Patriquin, 1967) and to local Inuit for even longer.
The Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) is a migratory gadid found on both sides of the North Atlantic.
Hardie's studies focus on the life history adaptations of non-commercial Arctic marine species and the population biology, life history, and genetics of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) in Arctic lakes at the northern limits of the species' range.