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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Imsland (2006) Compensatory growth and fillet crude composition in juvenile Atlantic halibut: Effects of short-term starvation periods and subsequent feeding.
and French fishing industries suggest that halibut are becoming more abundant within their jurisdictions and fishery managers have expressed renewed commercial interest in the Atlantic halibut fishery.
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., 2010).
The aquaculture of Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus) is well developed in Canada, Iceland, Scotland and Norway (Mangor-Jensen et al, 1998).
Gonadotrophin releasing hormone agonist raises plasma concentrations of progestogens and enhances milt fluidity in male Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus).
I found my main course of Atlantic halibut with shaved fennel, tomato butter sauce and parmentier light and sublime, seriously impressed by the sensitive cooking of the fish.
I found my main course of Atlantic halibut with shaved fennel, tomato but-t ter sauce and parmentier light and sublime, and was impressed by the sensitive cooking of the fish.
On as recent trip the menu included Asparagus soup with crispy, sugarcured lamb shards, and roast fillet of Atlantic halibut served on a crayfish risotto with a bisque of crayfish and bruised baby leeks.
Stephen, 35, indulged in a bottle of Dom Perignon Rose and dined on pan seared king scallops, North Atlantic halibut and Circo's Symphony of Chocolate.
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.
Greenpeace has identified Atlantic Halibut. Bluefin tuna, Hoki (Bleu Grenadier), Orange Roughy, Patagonian Toothfish (Chilean Sea Bass) and sharks as "Red Listed Seafood Species" that must be removed from sale immediately.
Atlantic Halibut Taking 10 years to mature, halibut are particularly vulnerable to overfishing.

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