Atlantic halibut

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Noun1.Atlantic halibut - largest United States flatfishAtlantic halibut - largest United States flatfish  
righteye flounder, righteyed flounder - flounders with both eyes on the right side of the head
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However, a previous study on Atlantic halibut argued that NormFinder seemingly failed to identify the most stably expressed reference gene and always listed the more intermediate gene as the best candidate gene instead (Overgard et al.
The aquaculture of Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus) is well developed in Canada, Iceland, Scotland and Norway (Mangor-Jensen et al, 1998).
On the contrary, a significant decrease of spermatocrit in response to GnRHa treatment has been reported in plaice and Atlantic halibut (Vermeirssen et al.
The retinas of larval Atlantic halibut and adults of the related species--winter flounder--are dominated by the so-called "green cones" (Evans et al.
At the International Boston Seafood Show in March, Greenpeace showed up with a "red list" of allegedly overfished species to be avoided that included yellowfin, albacore and big eye as well as bluefin tuna, plus Alaska pollock, Greenland and Atlantic halibut, Atlantic salmon (wild or farmed) and cod, tropical shrimp (wild or farmed) and other familiar species, plus less familiar ones like orange roughy, hoki and ocean quahog.
Atlantic Halibut Taking 10 years to mature, halibut are particularly vulnerable to overfishing.
Catches of six important commercial species, including Georges Bank haddock and Atlantic halibut, were up.
In the United States, Atlantic halibut were so depleted that the commercial catch had to be stopped in the early 1900s, in an area that also had previously been teeming with fish.
There would be an 800 tonne increase in the Atlantic halibut quota, snapped up by Portugal, and an extra 4,000 tonnes of northern prawns, shared by France and Denmark.
Hook-and-line caught Atlantic halibut are also a good choice, although these stocks are not as healthy as those found on the West Coast.
Atlantic halibut (helleflynder, Hippoglossus hippoglossus) provided a subsistence resource known from pre-colonial times.
Since the publication of the first edition of the Good Fish Guide, Marks & Spencer has removed swordfish, Atlantic halibut, monkfish, thornback ray and bigeye tuna from its shelves.

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