tiger shrimp


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tiger shrimp

n.
A large, striped shrimp (Penaeus monodon) of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, widely used for food.
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Cradling a sauteed tiger shrimp ball, the stock was the color of gold, another propitious sign.
Lime, Dolomite, Probiotics, Water quality enhancer in brackishwater pond for culture of black tiger shrimp without aerator at different blocks of north 24 pgs district.
With over 130,000 subscribers on the YouTube channel "Youngwonssi TV_ Funny Grandmother," the kindly-looking lady eats a variety of foods such as tiger shrimp and colorful sweets that she would never normally touch.
In 1975, SEAFDEC's Aquaculture Division completed the first life cycle of tiger shrimp in captivity.
The present study was conducted to determine the concentrations of heavy metals Zn, Fe, Cu, Mg and Mn in muscle tissue of the two weight classes of green tiger shrimp, Penaeus semisulcatus including the shrimps with a mean weight of 11.
Once our nucleus breeding centre in Andaman is ready, the production of black tiger shrimp will go up.
There are 12 types of shrimp in waters of the Sultanate, but its fishing by the artisanal fishing nets is represented in four types, namely the White Indian Shrimp, is one of the largest commercial species in the world, the Tiger Shrimp and the Spot Shrimp.
The geographic range of giant tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon (Fabricius, 1798) is the Indo-West Pacific, ranging from the eastern coast of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, as far as southeastern Asia, the Sea of Japan and northern Australia (Holthuis, 1980).
Changes in metabolic activity of tiger shrimp larvae at different stages to fenitrothion, an organophosphate insecticide.
Virulence of vibrios isolated from diseased black tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon Fabricious.
Impacts of the tiger shrimp on native organisms are unclear, according to the NAS website.