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a young or small fish

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Increase annual production of tilapia from 110,000 to 1 million units by the end of the five-year project period by producing high-quality tilapia fingerlings and assisting the development of on-growing, small-scale tilapia farming operations.
The protection and development of living aquatic resources in the United Arab Emirates, prohibits the fishing, selling and marketing of fingerlings, that is, small fish.
The die-off the Rock Creek hatchery's summer steelhead fingerlings peaked during a nine-day period in mid-July.
TSI also raises and releases salmon fingerlings at its rearing pens at RTC on behalf of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
The centre will provide fingerlings of hammour, sobaity, sheim, and gabbit to aqua farmers for a fee.
Release of hatchery-reared robust redhorse fingerlings in South Carolina began in 2004, produced using broodstock collected from the Savannah River.
Effect of dried basil leaves on performance of hybrid tilapia Oreochromis niloticusxOreochromis auraus, fingerlings.
He added that the municipality will cooperate with the Emirates Association for Fishermen to release yearly approximately 150 to 200 thousand fingerlings of different species of local and other fishes expecting a large amount of growth in fisheries.
I was going into superstores and seeing fingerlings that were of very, very mediocre quality.
4 million tilapia fingerlings in lakes, ponds, reservoirs and family ponds.
a strictly vertical arrangement of stems as opposed to a structurally-complex composite of vertical stems with a surface canopy) affects predation of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides; LMB) fingerlings at three stem densities (i.
Specialty varieties, such as reds, purples and fingerlings, as well as value-added products, are receiving increasingly more attention.
DOHA QATAR has enough fish supply to meet the demands of local market and 50,000 hamour fingerlings have been released into the Qatari territorial waters recently, the head of Fisheries Development Section at the Department of Fisheries of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Urban Planning Mohammad Mahmoud Flamarzi said on Sunday.