Horten

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Horten

(hôr`tən), town (1995 pop. 16,059), Vestfold co., SE Norway, a port on the Oslofjord (an arm of the Skagerrak); chartered 1907. It is a commercial and industrial center. Horten was the main Norwegian naval base until after World War II, when its facilities were moved to Bergen.
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his trip of more as he bids year's Fliss Pickard took silver in the women's class 6 event with her Norwegian partner Merethe Tveiten but there was disappointment for Kim Daybell and Ashley Facey Thompson and Josh Stacey with his Dutch partner Bas Hergelink as they were knocked out of men's class 10-9 in the last eight of the competition.
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[20.] Kime DE, Tveiten H (2002) Unusual motility characteristics of sperm of the spotted wolf fish.
salmonis provocan alteraciones fisiologicas que incluyen niveles altos de cortisol plasmatico y glucosa, y reduccion de la capacidad de osmorregulacion y de inmunidad inespecifica; mientras que los efectos subletales incluyen alteracion del funcionamiento cardiaco, reduccion del crecimiento, menor rendimiento reproductivo y de nado y, danos en el sistema inmune (Finstad et al, 2007; Wagner et al, 2008; Tveiten et al, 2010).
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In wild conditions or even in captivity, the quality of fish gametes can be highly variable and significantly influenced by several external factors beyond management of breeding and reproductive period (Chambers and Waiwood, 1996), such as environmental factors (Kraus et al., 2000), temperature (Tveiten et al., 2001), the feed level of females (Tyler and Sumpter, 1996) and sex relation of breeders (Pavlidis et al., 2004).
From hatchery studies, it is known that Atlantic wolffish egg survival decreases if oocyte maturation and ovulation occur at temperatures >8[degrees]C (Tveiten et al., 2001).
For example, in contrast to the quillback rockfish embryos studied here, which showed the n-3 PUFAs 22:6n-3 and 20:5n-3 in greatest abundance, Tveiten et al.