Seriola


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Seriola

farmed finfish genus in the family Carangidae. Includes S. lalandi (yellowtail kingfish), S. quinqueradiata (Japanese amberjack). See Table 23.
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Supplementation effect (s) of organic acids and/or lipid to plant protein-based diets on juvenile yellowtail Seriola quinqueradiata Temminck et Schlegel 1845 growth and nitrogen and phosphorus excretion.
Seriola carolinensis = Seriola zonata (Mitchill): Banded Rudderfish (adult); p.
The digestive tract of the amberjack Seriola dumerili, Risso: a light and scanning electron microscope study.
Effectiveness of L-ascorbyl-2-monophosphate Na/Ca as a vitamin C source for yellowtail Seriola quinqueradiata juveniles.
which is carried out the project with Seriola lalandi and provided us with the lice and information from the farm, and to Dr.
Stomach formation appears as a bulge at the end of the esophagus at the onset of exogenous feeding in other species, such as the larvae of Seriola lalandi (Chen et al.
In addition to the California species, we have also included in the key the Japanese amberjack, Seriola quinqueradiata Timminck & Schlegel, 1845.
Our results are in accord with previous results where other pesticides malathion Diazinon -cyhalothrin and cypermethrin showed positive correlation between concentration and inhibition / alteration of AChE activity in catfish Heteropneutes fossilis (Chandra 2008) Seriola dumerilli (Jebali et al.
The fish were further disaggregated using a 5-year average (1998-2002) catch composition from the artisanal finfish fishery: 35% Lutjanidae, 3% Scomberomorus sierra, 1% Seriola spp.
The influence of different water temperatures on Neobenedenia girellae (Monogenea) infection, parasite growth, egg production and emerging second generation on ambetjack Seriola dumerili (Carangidae) and the histopathological effect of this parasite on fish skin.
Descriptions of larvae of California Yellowtail, Seriola lalandi, and three other carangids from the eastern Tropical Pacific: Chloroscombrus orqueta, Caranx caballus, and Caranx sexfasclatus.