finfish


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finfish

fish with fins, that is teleosts, elasmobranches, holocephalids, agnathids and cephalochordates; also a fish marketer's term used to include that section of marketable fish which is neither shellfish nor molluscs.
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Meanwhile, the March meeting is expected to discuss detailed proposals for improving the standard of transporting finfish by land and water, the slaughter of finfish, and new research on antimicrobial resistance.
As part of its submission to the current consultation by the Scottish Executive to develop a strategic framework for aquaculture in Scotland, the BMFA has underlined that seawater temperatures in Scotland provide some of the best environmental conditions in the northern hemisphere for marine finfish farming, putting the country at a competitive advantage over other major fish farming nations.
Farm-raised finfish account for the other 10 percent of consumption.
These methods, modified through time, are described below and account for the harvest of over 100 species of finfish and 40 nonfinfish species (3 lobster, 9 crab, 24 mollusk, and 4 echinoderm)(2) (Amesbury et al.
For the western central Atlantic region, Klima (1976), concluded that the shrimp fisheries discarded approximately 1,000,000,000 kg of finfish.
Such products include finfish, molluscs, crustaceans, prawns, rock lobsters, oysters and pearls.
Contract awarded for diagnostic testing of fish samples as part of the ornamental finfish import review project surveillance program
23 /PRNewswire/ -- The Louisiana fishing industry today broke through a major obstacle to the resumption of full scale shrimp, crab and finfish operations: the near total absence of industrial ice-making capacity along the Gulf Coast.
based company primarily engaged in distributing fresh fish products, begged the question at a seminar he moderated on the subject of finfish sourcing, price and supply trends.
Tons of Live Weight for Groundfish, Pelagic& Other Finfish,
Finfish and cephalopods: Spain 3,143 GRT, Italy 786 GRT, and Greece 471 GRT;
Applications for Uniblock systems include the seafood industry--especially the tens of thousands of far-flung shrimp and finfish aquaculture operations in tropical locations around the globe--as well as produce, meat, poultry, packaged ice, beer, concrete and a host of other businesses including recreational snow for ski and theme parks.