Solea solea


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Synonyms for Solea solea

highly valued as food

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Fatal asphyxiation in two long-finned pilot whales (Globicephala melas) caused by common soles (Solea solea).
[13.] Kearn GC (1963) Feeding in some monogenean skin parasites: Entobdella soleae on solea solea and Acanthocotyle sp on Raia clavata.
Rearing of Dove sole Solea solea L., through its larval stages using artificial diets.
Contribucion al estudio de la sexualidad del lenguado Solea solea (Linneo, 1758) (Pisces, Soleidae).
Estudio del dimorfismo sexual en el lenguado, Solea solea (Linneo, 1758) (Pisces, Soleidae), de las costas de Castellon (Mediterraneo occidental).
Effect of photoperiod on growth and survival during rearing of larvae and juveniles of sole (Solea solea).
Use of Enterococcus faecium to improve common sole (Solea solea) larviculture.
Modulation of cortisol levels, endocannabinoid receptor 1A, proopiomelanocortin and thyroid hormone receptor alpha mRNA expressions by probiotics during sole (Solea solea) larval development.
Quantitative description of habitat suitability for the juvenile common sole (Solea solea, L.) in the Bay of Biscay (France) and the contribution of different habitats to the adult population.
An application of the annual egg production method to estimate the spawning biomass of cod (Gadus morhua L), plaice (Pleuronectes platessa L) and sole (Solea solea L.) in the Irish Sea.
Amongst the several other studies in Izmir Bay included those of Hossucu (1991) who studied the distribution, abundance, embrionic development of the eggs and larvae of Solenette (Solea solea L., 1758) and their possibilities of admission to the aquaculture.
Movements of juvenile Dover sole, Solea solea (L.), in the Tamar estuary, South-western England.
In this study, Cox regression models for fixed and time dependent explanatory variables were studied for Solea solea under culture conditions.
For instance, the egg volume of the pelagic spawners Engraulis anchoita and Solea solea decreases 23% and 38%, respectively, throughout the spawning season (Ciechomski, 1973; Rijnsdorp and Vingerhoed, 1994).
Our results are similar to the findings of Ramsay and Witthames (1996), who suggested that visual maturity evaluations of the common sole (Solea solea) are generally only reliable during a limited portion of the year.