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Her·ring

(her'ing),
Percy T., English physiologist, 1872-1967. See: Herring bodies.
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Pacifical tuna is from nets set only on free swimming schools of adult skipjack tuna.
Skipjack tuna are distributed throughout the world's tropical and subtropical oceans (Collette and Nauen, 1983; Matsumoto et al.
This study is carried out to evaluate the utilization of fermented skipjack tuna viscera as a protein source in the diets for juvenile H.
Over 58,800 tuna (21,200 yellowfin, 24,200 skipjack, and 13,400 bigeye) were examined and fork length (FL) measurements taken by NMFS technicians.
It began two summers ago when a worker on the oyster skipjack Stanley Norman called Don Baugh out of a meeting in Annapolis.
Starting in late June, each of the five experts independently tested the SKIPJACK algorithm in a variety of ways, looking for potential flaws in the scheme.
In working with Skipjack, its users now have direct access to a PCI-validated service that gives them increased flexibility and control over the payment process.
15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the $15 billion global provider of food, facilities management, and uniforms, announced today that it will transition to 100% sustainably sourced canned skipjack and albacore tuna in the U.
What's going on outside the inlets from Boca Raton through Fort Pierce is two-fold and very exciting: One, we're seeing the blackfin tuna and skipjack numbers surge in response to the increased forage on the high seas.
IF you must eat tuna, go for skipjack or yellowfin caught by rod-and-line.
As one who is particularly fond of skipjack tuna, I hope so too
The study is based on data from purse seine vessels primarily targeting skipjack and yellowfin, and pole and line vessels targeting albacore and Bluefin.