paua

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paua

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

paua

[pau̇·ə]
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Optimal protein level in a semipurified diet for juvenile greenlip abalone Haliotis laevigata.
Effects of severe heat stress on immune function, biochemistry and histopathology in farmed Australian abalone (hybrid Haliotis laevigata x Haliotis rubra).
This temperature recommendation has also been adopted by aquaculture farmers for the rearing of Haliotis laevigata and hybrid larvae [L.
1992), that indirectly examined the dispersal scale of larvae of Haliotis laevigata, and suggested the recruitment was not associated with adult density, implying passive transport and greater dispersal scale of larvae (at least hundreds of meters) (in contrast to Prince et al.
In Australia, hybrid abalones of Haliotis rubra (Leach, 1814) and Haliotis laevigata (Donovan, 1808) are produced in selective breeding and hybridization programs.
More recently, investigations into the interactive effects of age and water temperatures on the dietary protein requirements of greenlip abalone Haliotis laevigata (Donovan, 1808) by Stone et al.
Effect of movement stress on immune function in farmed Australian abalone (hybrid Haliotis laevigata and Haliotis rubra).
Restricting feed rate has more effect than diet type on the feeding behaviour of greenlip abalone Haliotis laevigata.
In simulated 35 h transport trials using Haliotis laevigata Bubner et al.
KEY WORDS: abalone, Haliotis laevigata, closed season, steady-state model, fishery management, harvest strategy, quota fishery
Sample Origin Farmed Kangaroo Island, South Australia Wild Tasmania, Australia Sample Specie Habitat Diet Farmed Green lip, Haliotis laevigata Land-based farm Artificial Wild Black lip, Haliotis rubra Wild Natural TABLE 2.
KEY WORDS: sensory descriptive analysis, compositional analysis, free amino acid, black lip abalone, green lip abalone, aquaculture, diet, Australia, Haliotis laevigata, Haliotis rubra