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Abalone were exposed to 3 mebendazole baths over a 3-day period (l x 3-h bath applied for 3 consecutive days), as recommended in the drug directions for human use.
Alawi Salim Ali Al Hafidh, Director-General of Fisheries, Salalah, said, "In 2007, the last year before the ban, abalones production was just 46 tonnes while 2011 yielded 150 tonnes of abalones worth RO7.
A close look at an abalone shell reveals two layers, both made of calcium carbonate but organized into different microstructures with different properties.
Slice abalones crosswise Warm a few drops oil in donabe pot over low heat Add abalone and onion tops and sweat until juices start to release; avoid any caramelizat ion.
ABSTRACT Settling cues in the form of coralline algae were presented to groups of hatchery-reared red abalone (Haliotis rufescens, Swainson 1822) larvae daily from day 4 to day 32 posthatch (temperature, 14[degrees]C).
Omani abalones are considered to be as one of the best in the Asian market, particularly Hong Kong market and there is a huge demand for it.
Over time, the abalones accepted the glass as part of their shells and deposited new calcium carbonate on top of it.
To his weight belt, he clipped an iron tool like a file, used to pry abalones off rocks, and 40 feet of rope attached to an empty salad-oil jug.
Giant and tokobushi abalone are also used in preparations known as "nigai" or ni-awabi", whole abalones cooked with fish broth and soy.
For the abalone Remove abalones from shells with spoon Using kitchen shears, remove viscera Rinse thoroughly.