1 edition of propagation of cod, Gadus morhua L. found in the catalog.
propagation of cod, Gadus morhua L.
by Institute of Marine Research, Flødevigen Biological Station in Arendal, Norway
Written in English
|Statement||edited by E.Dahl... [et al.]|
|Series||Flødevigen rapport ser -- 1, 1984.|
|Contributions||Dahl, E., Havforskningsinstituttet (Norway), Symposium on the Propagation of Cod Gadus Morhua L. (1983 : Arendal, Norway)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
Background. The Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua L. (Teleostei: Gadidae) is one of the most important commercial fish species along the eastern and western coasts of the North Atlantic and due to this our knowledge of its life history and ecology surpasses that of most other fish species (see  for a review).Cod acts as intermediate, paratenic or definitive host to a large number of parasite Cited by: Gadus morhua was named by Linnaeus in (However, G. morhua callarias, a low-salinity, nonmigratory race restricted to parts of the Baltic, was originally described as Gadus callarias by Linnaeus.) Cod is popular as a food with a mild flavour and a dense, flaky, white flesh.
Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) is a large, cold-adapted teleost that sustains long-standing commercial fisheries and incipient aquaculture 1, we present the genome sequence of Cited by: PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; Low temperature regulation of antifreeze glycopeptide levels in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)Garth L. Fletcher,, Madonna J. King, and, Ming H. KaoCited by:
Surface proteins of viruses and bacteria used for cell attachment and invasion are candidates for degradation by proteases. Trypsin from Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) was previously demonstrated to have efficacy against influenza viruses in vitro and on this paper, cod trypsin is shown to be 3–12 times more effective in degrading large native proteins than its mesophilic analogue Cited by: 9. Home > Journals > Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences > List of Issues > Vol Num November > Temperature and the recruitment of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) Article «Previous TOC Next»Cited by:
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The Propagation of cod, Gadus morhua L.: an international symposium, Arendal, June We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. This work describes the Gadus morhua L. book of a real-time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) system for the detection and identification of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua).
Among the advantages of this technique, it is worth highlighting that this is reliable in terms of specificity and sensitivity. The TaqMan real-time PCR is the simplest, fastest testing process and has the highest potential for Cited by: The combined effects of stocking density, feeding frequency and size-grading on feeding and growth of adult Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) were measured in a series of four ic growth rates decreased from a maximum of %/day at 2 kg/m 3 stocking density to % at 40 kg/m 3 density.
Over 2 months, biomass increased 60–89% in fish stocked at low Cited by: Ingestion of bacteria by cod (Gadus morhua L.) larvae.
In: The propagation of cod Gadus morhua L.: an international symposium, Arendal, 14 - 17 June By Jan A. OlafsenAuthor: Jan A. Olafsen. Pedersen, T. () Variation of peak spawning of Arcto-Norwegian cod (Gadus morhua L.) during the period – based on the indices estimated from fishery statistics, in The Propagation of Cod Gadus morhua L.
An International by: A total of cod (Gadus morhua) was taken during spring (March) and autumn (October) from 3 different localities in northern Norway: the Barents Sea, a silled fjord (Balsfjord) and an open fjord (Malangen).
Each cod was allocated, according to otolith structure, to one of 2 types, coastal or Arcto-Norwegian, and was examined for infections of 4 species of parasites: Myxidium oviforme and Cited by: PDF | OnEdward A.
Trippel and others published Sperm Longevity in Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua) | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. 1.
Field measurements of hearing in the cod,Gadus morhua L., have shown that these fish are sensitive to pure tones in the frequency range from 30 to Hz with greatest sensitivity in the range 60 to Hz. At the most sensitive frequencies the mean thresholds varied between and Cited by: The ongrowing of cod is based on traditional cage farming, similar to salmon farming, using various types of sea-cages ranging from 5 x 5 m to 35 x 35 m in size, or circular net pens with circumferences up to 90 m and up to 50 m deep.
Under farming conditions some of the male cod mature sexually. In connection with the artificial production of cod fry in Austevoll, Norway, genetic analyses were carried out using polymorphic proteins detectable Cited by: 8.
Field measurements of hearing in the cod,Gadus morhua L., have shown that these fish are sensitive to pure tones in the frequency range from 30 to Hz with greatest sensitivity in the range Recent experiments have shown that the cod, Gadus morhua L., is able to determine the direction of a sound source without ambiguity in three-dimensional space 1, ability can be Cited by: › Gadus Choose one > Gadus morhua 'NCC' > Gadus morhua 'NEAC' > Gadus morhua kildinensis > Gadus morhua subsp.
callarias All lower taxonomy nodes (4) Common name i. Widely distributed in a variety of habitats, from the shoreline down to the continental shelf. Juveniles prefer shallow (less than m depth) sublittoral waters with complex habitats, such as seagrass beds, areas with gravel, rocks, or boulder, which provide protection from predators (Refs.
). Nutrition in cod (Gadus morhua) larvae and juveniles Kristin Hamre. Kristin Hamre, Nutrition in cod (Gadus morhua) larvae and juveniles, ICES Journal of Marine Science, Vol Issue 2,Pages –, The Propagation of Cod, Gadus morhua L., Cited by: Gadus morhua Linnaeus, – morue de l'Atlantique, bacalao del Atlántico, cod, rock cod, morue franche, Atlantic cod: Direct Children: Subspecies: Gadus morhua callarias Linnaeus, – Baltic cod: Subspecies: Gadus morhua kildinensis Derjugin, – kil'din cod: Subspecies: Gadus morhua morhua Linnaeus, Biological classification: Species.
MLA Format. Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library. "Gadus Morhua, The Cod Fish." The New York Public Library Digital Collections. Cod (Gadus morhua) Cod (Gadus morhua) Cod is a cold water fish, which can be found on continental shelves and in coastal waters throughout the north Atlantic.
Cod reach sexual maturity at between three and five years, and can live up to 25 years. The heaviest cod ever recorded weighed just under kg. Their average size at maturity is around.
GML‐5 supports the infection and development of two microsporidian parasites, an opportunistic generalist (Anncaliia algerae) and cod‐specific Loma morhua.
Using GML‐5, spore germination and proliferation of L. morhua was found to require exposure to basic pH and cool incubation temperatures (8°C), in contrast to A.
algerae, which Cited by: 1. The Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) is a benthopelagic fish of the family Gadidae, widely consumed by humans. It is also commercially known as cod or codling. Dry cod may be prepared as unsalted stockfish, as cured salt cod or : Actinopterygii.The scientific name of cod is Gadus genus name Gadus comes from the Greek word gados, which simply means fish.
The origin of the species name morhua can be derived from the Latin word for cod: cod has a protruding upper jaw, a chin barbel, a light and curved lateral line, three dorsal fins and two ventral fins without spines and a truncated caudal fin.
Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) has formed the basis of many economically significant fisheries in the North Atlantic, and is one of the best studied marine fishes, but a legacy of overexploitation has depleted populations and collapsed fisheries in several regions. Previous studies have identified considerable population genetic structure for Atlantic by: 2.