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ABSTRACT A 16-wk feeding trial was conducted to assess the effects of different types of dietary carbohydrate on growth and body composition of juvenile abalone (Haliotis discus).
The texture, colour, and aroma are not changed and still liked by the abalones.
The range of size classes used in the experiment, on the other hand, can be considered to mimic the growth of a discrete generation of cultured abalones until their commercial harvest size.
Back in the 1930s and '405, surfers would use a crowbar to fish out spiny lobsters or abalones and then cook them over a beach fire.
Through a business arrangement with the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority that pumps deep sea water to the surface for use in ocean-based research and business, Big Island Abalone in Kona, Hawaii is using advanced aquaculture techniques to produce abalone for a growing world market.
The firm's large economy-of-scale enables consistent supply of high-quality Japanese breed of abalones all-year.
During the workshops the culinary colleagues discussed the interesting possibilities of incorporating Abalones into their cuisine.
While adult abalones were found to be dangerously low in numbers, fishermen were also known to target juveniles below 9cm in diameter in contravention of Omani law, according to the study.
Over time, the abalones accepted the glass as part of their shells and deposited new calcium carbonate on top of it.
The status review for this species estimated that only 1,600-2,300 white abalones remained and that, without intervention, the species would disappear by the year 2010.
If two abalones are more than a meter apart, you don't get fertilization," Davis says.
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.