gadoid


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Several researchers (e.g., Olsen, 1990; Nunnallee(2)) have demonstrated that gadoids may dive in response to perceived disturbance from vessels and/or trawls.
A 1 otolith per 1 cm length frequency currently used for many flatfish and some smaller gadoids and a 3 otolith per 3 cm length frequency currently used for many of the larger gadoids.
A gastric evacuation model for three predatory gadoids and implications of using pooled field data of stomach contents to estimate food rations.
National Trust ranger, Ed Tooth said: "A lack of predators and a plentiful supply of sand eels and gadoids (cod) - which make up a majority of the seals' diet -- has contributed to the success of the colony.
National Trust ranger Ed Tooth said: "A lack of predators and a plentiful supply of sand eels and gadoids (cod) - which make up a majority of the seals' diet - has contributed to the success of the colony.
The author has organized the main body of his text in eight chapters devoted to repeated incidents of abrupt and persistent recruitment failures in gadoids in relation to increasing eutrophication, causes of variation in abundance, growth, and mortality in 0-group gadoids after settlement and a hypothesis underlying recruitment variability in Atlantic cod, growth and mortality of settled Atlantic cod in relation to diet, and other subjects.
Hall-Spencer, "Small-scale distribution of juvenile gadoids in shallow inshore waters; what role does maerl play?" ICES Journal of Marine Science, vol.
Human pathogenic parasites occur in several species of fish that may be cold-smoke, including gadoids, salmonids, grouper, halibut, herring, mackerel, mullet, sablefish, small tunas and turbot (Mirza and Shafiq 2004; Kumchoo et al.
In a study on cod loin air stored at 0.5 [+ or -] 0.5[degrees]C, TVB-N remained low during the first 10 days of storage, after which its level increased rapidly, exceeding the human consumption allowed limit for gadoids of 35 mg N/100 g [44] after 13 days [2].
Low (Editor) Proceedings of the Symposium on Application of Stock Assessment Techniques to Gadoids, p.
The fishery has enjoyed an upswing in catches and demand since the late 1980s, driven in part by technological advances in gear and fishing practices (Miller 1995), the decline of groundfish predators such as cod (Gadus morhua L.), other gadoids, and global weather phenomena that may have indirectly influenced the abundance of lobsters within the Gulf of Maine (Fogarty 1995).
When fish meet a trawling vessel: examining the behaviour of gadoids using a free-floating buoy and acoustic split-beam tracking.
Isolation of twenty low stutter di- and tetranucleotide microsatellites for population analyses of walleye pollock and other gadoids. J.
Diel variation in the catchability of gadoids and its influence on the reliability of abundance indices.