Nephrops


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Noun1.Nephrops - a genus of NephropsidaeNephrops - a genus of Nephropsidae    
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
family Nephropsidae, Nephropsidae - in some classifications coextensive with the Homaridae
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Industry representatives were keen for the local fleet to become less reliant on the Nephrops fishery and there was constructive discussion on developing a more diverse and sustainable mixed fishery in the Irish Sea.
2001) also observed marked reductions in plasma glucose and hepatopancreatic glycogen with increasing severity of Hematodinium infections in the Norway lobster Nephrops norvegicus.
The vast majority of the value of the fish caught off North Shields came from Nephrops, also known as Norway lobsters.
2003) demonstrated the efficacy of releasing caught fish of the genus Nephrops as a management measure.
Small whiting are being taken as bycatch in nephrops (scampi) fisheries in the West of Scotland, North Sea and Eastern Channel.
Toxicity of heavy metals dissolved in seawater and influences of sex and size on metal accumulation and tissue distribution in the Norway lobster Nephrops norvegicus.
But I believe that within this approach there was scope for a lesser cut on nephrops [prawns].
Other certified species include Western Australian Rock Lobster, Thames Herring, South West Handline mackerel, Burry Inlet cockles, New Zealand Hoki and Loch Torridon nephrops.
An assessment of nets with a square mesh panel as a whiting conservation tool in the Irish Sea Nephrops fishery.
The damage reminds Herring of problems in the deep-water crustacean Nephrops.
Nephrops got their name from their kidney-shaped eyes - nephros meaning kidney and ops meaning eye.