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gadoid

of, relating to, or belonging to the Anacanthini, an order of marine soft-finned fishes typically having the pectoral and pelvic fins close together and small cycloid scales. The group includes gadid fishes and hake
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The Pacific hake (Merluccius products Ayres 1855, also known as Pacific whiting), a gadoid species inhabiting waters off the west coast of North America (Fig.
Bromley (1989) found a negative relationship between density and growth in some gadoid (Atlantic cod, whiting, and haddock) juveniles in the North Sea.
Olsen, 1990; Nunnallee(2)) have demonstrated that gadoids may dive in response to perceived disturbance from vessels and/or trawls.
Different authors have reported that the liver is the main deposit of lipids for gadoids and have considered this organ as the main source of energy for reproduction (Lambert and Dutil, 1997; Alonso-Fernandez, 2011).
Estimation of stock reproductive potential: history and challenges for Canadian Atlantic gadoid stock assessments.
A 1 otolith per 1 cm length frequency currently used for many flatfish and some smaller gadoids and a 3 otolith per 3 cm length frequency currently used for many of the larger gadoids.
Factors affecting recruitment of selected gadoids in the northeast Pacific and east Bering Sea.
2001) examined the timing of the PDO and ENSO and correlated changes in both with recruitment success in groups such as flatfish and gadoids, but further study is needed to confirm their findings.
Effects of trawl sampling variability on precision of acoustic abundance estimates of gadoids from the Barents Sea and the Gulf of Alaska.