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"The council are responsible for the cleaning of the hake, but they say they don't have the money to do it regularly any more.
FA2 of otolith area from larval hake collected in fjords and channels showed larger variance (i.e., more asymmetry) than those otoliths from larvae collected in shelf waters (F test, F = 2.03, P = 0.024).
These surveys were performed during the peak spawning time for the Patagonian stock of Argentine hake (January) in the area of reproduction, and in the main nursery ground for young-of-the-year individuals in the San Jorge Gulf.
I preferred the taste of the oil from Pete's Pan but the younger spuds from The Silver Hake.
Mitch Tonks says you'd be surprised how hard it is to tell thefour alternative fish - sea bass, coley, hake or loch trout - from the big five - salmon, tuna, haddock, cod and prawns
Add the mussels, hake and prawns, place a lid on and cook for five minutes.
finmarchicusis a key food Source for fish such as cod and hake;: he concluded; 'So Continued declines in abundance Will have a negative impact on the long-term viability of co d-water fisheries in the North Sea and other areas in the Southern part of their range At the same time, the continued increase in abundance of the warm-water plankton.
Hake, who is director of the ARS Plant Gene Expression Center in Albany, Calif., was the first scientist to clone a developmental gene using a transposable or "jumping" gene, and the first to identify a class of genes in plants that activate a cascade of other genes.
Oceanfresh is also a significant processor and marketer of Namibian Hake.
This collection of 15 essays, edited by Hake (German literature and culture, U.