European seabass

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European seabass

also European sea bass
n.
A silvery gray to bluish food fish (Dicentrarchus labrax) of marine and brackish waters of the eastern Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, often cultivated in fish farms. Also called branzino.
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Roots of Sesbania virgata, Fabaceae family, accumulated larger amount of Zn compared to the shoots, even with reduction in the amount of biomass (Branzini et al., 2012).
Try the branzini with a Tundra manhattan (bourbon, port, bitters, and maple syrup).
Indice de translocacao baixo pode indicar a existencia de mecanismos que restringem o contaminante aos tecidos das raizes para evitar concentracoes toxicas na parte aerea (Branzini et al., 2012), enquanto indices mais elevados demonstram a existencia de mecanismos fisiologicos que permitem altas concentracoes de metais pesados na parte aerea das plantas (Lin & Aarts, 2012).