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grouper

 [gro̳p´er]
any of various usually large marine fish of the genera Epinephelus and Mycteroperca, found in tropical waters; they are often eaten by humans but sometimes contain ciguatoxin and can cause ciguatera.

grouper

[grōōp′er]
any of various usually large marine fish of the genera Epinephelus and Mycteroperca, found in tropical waters. They are often eaten by humans, but sometimes contain ciguatoxin and can cause ciguatera.
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The central research question addressed in this analysis concerns whether the construction of episodes by groupers yields sufficient cost homogeneity to make comparisons feasible across providers; or are additional steps in risk adjustment needed prior to introducing grouper processes into candidate P4P systems under consideration for Medicare?
We have not only seen more red grouper, but young yellowtail, as well as seaweeds and other plants and animals that we just don't have here," says Taylor.
Grouper, Dubai's favourite fish and most sought after by Emiratis is also not readily available.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) raised the alarm as it noted that over half of grouper fish taken from Palawan's reefs are juvenile, which is a clear indication of dangerous stock depletion.
Floating offshore cages house dozens of juvenile groupers in the municipality of Taytay in Northern Palawan.
Required information of the main economic properties of grouper at Galang Island was collected from various institutions in 2012 and 2013 as shown in Table 2 (1 [euro] = 12.
Fouad bin Jaafar al- Sagwani, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries said that the three fish farming projects will provide the local market with about 7330 tons of seafood, such as shrimps, grouper fish and abalone.
Fork to total length conversions for red grouper were based on metric regression (Lombardi-Carlson et al.
Washington, January 20 (ANI): A new study by researchers at The Florida State University has revealed that the seemingly sluggish red grouper is both an architect and ecosystem engineer, and is thus dubbed the 'Frank Lloyd Wright of the sea'.
While existing episode groupers have been developed for and used in private sector health plans and insurers as management tools, these grouping software programs have never been used in fee-for-service Medicare.
The body size range for groupers from Dzilam de Bravo was 105-235 cm TL (n = 27, mean 147 [+ or -] 30 cm) with a weight range of 18-181 kg (mean 71 [+ or -] 37 kg; Fig.

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