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[New Latin Pangasius, genus name, from Bengali pāṅgās, basa, perhaps ultimately from Middle Indic paṅka-, mud, from Sanskrit paṅkaḥ; perhaps akin to Old English fenn, fen, and German feucht, damp.]
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RAWALPINDI -- Punjab Food Authority has advised the citizens not to use Pangasius frozen fish which is causing serious health problems.
RAWALPINDI: Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has advised the citizens not to use Pangasius frozen fish which they said is causing serious health problems.
The study was conducted to evaluate the effect of fenugreek as a feed additive on the survival, growth and body composition of striped catfish Pangasius hypophthalmus.
It is the fourth largest pangasius aqua feeds producer in Vietnam, with a capacity of 165,000 metric tons (MT) per year.
So our current study aim to evaluate the presence of heavy metals in commercial fish feeds, sediments and their accumulation in Pangasius hypophthalmus fish tissues aiming to evaluate the current environment status of board section in Bangladesh and metals' content in various tissues were compared against the recommended maximum permissible limit (MPL) proposed by FAO and WHO to assess the quality of fish for human consumption.
These new safety inspection regulations are predicted to curb Pangasius imports to U.
It's up to Lidl to decide what species it sources, but the BAP third-party certification program encompasses virtually all farmed finfish and shellfish products, including shrimp, salmon, trout, tilapia, pangasius, catfish and mussels.
En una investigacion con semen de Pangasius sutchi se empleo una velocidad de descenso de temperatura de -10[grados]C/min y el crioprotector permeable DMSO con resultados de MT posdescongelacion de 79.
Bocourti catfish or Basa or Pla-mong (Thai name) is common name of Pangasius bocourti Sauvage 1880 that number is Pangasiidae.
Thermal tolerance and metabolic activity of yellowtail catfish Pangasius pangasius (Hamilton) advanced fingerlings with emphasis on their culture potential.
In the United States, just 10 fish and shellfish species account for 90 percent of seafood consumed: shrimp, salmon, tuna, tilapia, Alaska pollock, pangasius (basa or swai), cod, catfish, crab and clams.
Such deviation from cube law is reported by several authors in variety of fishes such as Barilius bendelisis (Gairola, Singh, Malhotra, Nanda, & Ghildiyal, 1990), major carps (Jhingran, 1952), Labeo calbasu (Rao & Rao, 1972), Labeo fimbriatus (Rao, 1974), Indian major carps (Mohan & Sankaran, 1988) and Pangasius pangasius (Deepak, Sarkar, & Negi 2002).