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prawn

see penaeus, metapenaeus, macrobranchium; called also shrimp.
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Completion of the acquisition of Prawn Farm 2 into a Sino Foreign Joint Venture Company ("SFJVC"), Zhongshan A Power Prawn Culture Development Co.
This app will help recreational fishers add their catch information to data collected by scientists to help unlock the mysteries of Perth s river prawns.
The objectives of this study were to determine the success of the banana prawn stock enhancement program and to evaluate the growth and movement of stocked prawns within the Hormozgan study area.
4 PRAWNS are a good source of protein and are rich in vitamin E and B12.
Local fishermen claim that the power stations heated up the water temperature causing the prawns to wash up on the beach.
2012) of school prawns have been well studied in some detail, there has been less attention given to understanding the influence of water quality on prawn harvest.
Over the next four years, DJ&W King Prawn constructed two more ponds, expanding the operation to six acres of ponds.
Leader of the CSIRO Food Futures Flagship prawn research project, Dr Nigel Preston, said: "The new prawn's yield has exceeded all our expectations.
To resolve the apparent oxymoron of a desert prawn farm takes a visit to the National Prawn Company's huge spread of coastal breeding and production ponds just north of Al-Lith.
Speaking at Sea Food Expo 2009, Peter Fraser, director - Commercial Development, National Prawn Company, said, "The UAE is a sophisticated market and we anticipate a growing demand for fresh, frozen, raw and cooked prawns.
Mr Al Jeran said that the authorities should not exert pressure on fishermen and if it was necessary to ban export of prawn and other fish, then the fishermen should at least be compensated.