The previous turbot studies (Scophthalmus
maximus) showed that this species is less tolerant to normoxia condition (80-85% oxygen saturation), in comparison to tolerance to under hiperoxia condition (110-115% oxygen saturation) (Foss et al., 2007).
Effect of dietary protein and lipid levels on growth and body composition of juvenile turbot (Scophthalmus
maximus L.) reared under optimum salinity and temperature conditions.
Optimal prey size for early turbot larvae (Scophthalmus
maximus L.) based on mouth and ingested prey size.
Such temperatures that can result in age underestimation because the increments are too narrow to record have been previously reported for Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) and turbot (Scophthalmus
maximus) (Geffen, 1982) and Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) (Radtke and Fey, 1996).
For the method of intraperitoneal injection administration (1000 mg/kg body weight), plasma glucose levels of turbot (Scophthalmus
maximus) returned to pre-injection levels took about 24h (Garcia-Riera and Hemre, 1996), gilthead bream and European seabass 12 h (Peres et al., 1999).
nov., a new species from turbot (Scophthalmus
Associated with turboe larvae, Scophthalmus
Soto, "Autometallography and metallothionein immunohistochemistry in hepatocytes of turbot (Scophthalmus
maximus L.) after exposure to cadmium and depuration treatment," Biomarkers, vol.
Romero et al., "High-throughput sequence analysis of turbot (Scophthalmus
maximus) transcriptome using 454-pyrosequencing for the discovery of antiviral immune genes," PLoS One, vol.
The nutritional value of the common carps tested, given indicators such as the thrombogenicity index and the atherogenic index, was very favourable, as was the case with commercially important species of marine fish such as bream (Sparus aurata), sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax), dentex (Dentex dentex), and turbot (Scophthalmus
Ghoul, "Effect of freezing conditions and storage on ice crystal and drip volume in turbot (Scophthalmus
maximus) evaluation of pressure shift freezing vs.