silverside


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silverside

any small marine or freshwater teleost fish of the family Atherinidae, related to the grey mullets: includes the jacksmelt
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Thus the goal of this study was to determine the population genetic structure of the Argentine silverside in four important areas used for recreational, commercial and repopulation purposes (Chascomus Lake, Chasico Lake, Cabra Corral Reservoir and Rio de la Plata).
The Atlantic silverside (Menidia menidia) is one of the most abundant estuarine species along the east coast of North America from Nova Scotia, Canada, to Florida (Middaugh et al.
2015), and indirect predation effects of whitefish upon the relative proportions of different silverside species competing with barred splitfins.
The mostly freshwater Mississippi Silverside is native to the lower Mississippi River and Gulf of Mexico drainages east to the Pearl River, Mississippi and west to the Sabine River, Louisiana and Texas (Suttkus and Thompson 2002; Suttkus et al.
This week, a supermarket was selling silverside joints of beef at pounds 9.
Finely Sliced Black Pepper Pastrami-Specially cured Scotch silverside of beef, hand rolled in cracked pepper and slowly cooked for a tantalising taste
He also devoured alpaca, trout, silverside, choclo, corn, native potatoes and of course, the guinea pig.
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In particular, creation of the TTW has allowed the apparent invasion of the Mississippi silverside (Menidia audens) from the Mississippi River system (Taylor et al.
He and his colleagues now report a lab experiment on silverside fish that stops the shrinkage trend and nudges the population's fish back toward larger sizes.
Now, David Conover, a fish scientist at Stony Brook University in New York, has an answer--at least for the silverside, one particular kind of fish.