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paua

an edible abalone, Haliotis iris, of New Zealand, having an iridescent shell used esp for jewellery

paua

[pau̇·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
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Effect of movement stress on immune function in farmed Australian abalone (hybrid Haliotis laevigata and Haliotis rubra).
Total allowable commercial catch decisions for the South Australian abalone fishery are based on a species-specific, spatially structured harvest strategy (Primary Industries and Regions South Australia 2012) that excludes population-dynamic modeling.
The Al Bustan Rotana Dubai has the pleasure to be the venue of Western Australian Abalone Limited's (WAA) exciting Abalone promotion on 24th -- 25th November, 2009 at Come Prima Restaurant, which will be attended by chefs from all over the UAE.
This type of research is critical to get the costs of production down and to keep Australian abalone farmers internationally competitive.
Development and validation of a TaqMan PCR assay for the Australian abalone herpes-like virus.
Frozen samples of 2 different types of Australian abalone (Table 1) with variation in geographical origin, species, age, diet, growing environment, harvesting time, and freezing method were investigated.
The objective of this study was to apply descriptive sensory analysis to Australian abalone and to demonstrate the applicability of the methodology to measure differences, to establish relationships between sensory properties and physicochemical measurements, and to indicate potential differences between species, environment, or diet.
We also thank the Australian Abalone Growers Association, the Australian Seafood Cooperative Research Centre, the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, and Marine Innovation South Australia for their financial support.
The authors would like to acknowledge Flinders University, the Australian Abalone Growers' Association and the Australian Seafood Cooperative Research Centre for the funding of this project.
Studies on Southern Australian abalone (genus Haliotis): long-term recruitment and mortality dynamics of an unfished population.
Studies on southern Australian abalone (genus Haliotis) XII: long term recruitment and mortality dynamics.
Movement of the southern Australian abalone Haliotis laevigata in relation to crevice abundance.

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