Trachinotus


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Noun1.Trachinotus - a genus of CarangidaeTrachinotus - a genus of Carangidae    
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
Carangidae, family Carangidae - large family of narrow-bodied marine food fishes with widely forked tails; chiefly of warm seas
pompano - any of several deep-bodied food fishes of western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
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The effect of dietary protein level on growth, feed efficiency and survival of Florida pompano (Trachinotus carolinus).
Evaluation of digestible energy and protein for growth and nitrogen retention in juvenile Florida pompano, Trachinotus carolinus.
Florida pompano, Trachinotus carolinus, have a dark greenish back, silver shaded side, a yellow-tinted stomach and a small mouth (good reason to fish with a small hook!).
The pompano Trachinotus blochii (Lacepede, 1801) was cultured in all cages directly adjacent to the scallops whereas various Serranidae and Lutjanidae were cultured in other areas of the raft.
Plant products affect growth and digestive efficiency of cultured Florida pompano (Trachinotus carolinus) fed compounded diets.
[100.] Lazo JP, Davis DA, Arnold CR (1998) The effects of dietary protein level on growth, feed efficiency and survival of juvenile Florida pompano (Trachinotus carolinus).
Cerino, "Development and growth of hatchery-rearedlarval Floridapompano (Trachinotus carolinus)," Fishery Bulletin, vol.
Effects of dietary soybean isoflavones on non-specific immune responses and hepatic antioxidant abilities and mRNA expression of two heat shock proteins (HSPs) in juvenile golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus under pH stress.
First 4-5 dorsal and anal soft-rays elongated, longer than head length in fish over 8 cm fork length; in adults, 4-6 incomplete vertical bars extending beyond the lateral line; 22-26 gill rakers (8-10 on upper limb): Trachinotus rhodopus