masu


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masu

(ˈmɑːsuː)
n
(Animals) a salmon, Oncorhynchus masou, native to the western Pacific Ocean and valued as a food fish
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Javier Masu y Liliana Castro nos orientaron en la busqueda e interpretacion de la bibliografia sobre las formaciones geologicas presentes en el area del Parque Nacional.
Masu Taka, (b 1956) whose decorative designs are reminiscent of Persian wares, transfers the arabesques, geometric lines, or graphic patterns to the outside of the tomobako.
La pesca es practicada principalmente por los kichwa y las mujeres, en el verano (julio-enero), utilizando el masu (planta venenosa s.
Furthermore, the increase in GnRH stimulates the synthesis and secretion of PRL in the pituitary of FW-adapted masu salmon (Hirano, 1987; Onuma et al.
Dauphins des Masu Gida en championnat, les Enugu Rangers ont ete tenus en echec au Burundi par Vital'O (0:0).
Higashi Nihon daishinsai: Fukushima daiichi jikko, Iitate no yamame, 18700 bq/kg kenshutsu' [Eastern Japan Eartquake: The accident at Fukushima Daiichi Plant: landlocked masu salmon in Iitate [measured], 18,700 Bq/kg] Retrieved 29 March 2012 from: http://mainichi.
Okuyama R, Masu T Kumasaka N, Aiba S, Tagami H: Amicrobial pustulosis of the folds affecting a young male without any accompanying autoimmune diseases.
He further told that two other suspected cases among Sajid Ali s/o Sobdar Chandio resident of village Muhammad Khan Chandio of Taluka Larkana and baby Seema daughter of Nishan village Masu Dero is to arrive from Islamabad.