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sargus

(ˈsɑːɡəs)
n
(Animals) a sea fish from the family Sparidae, more commonly known as the white seabream
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Positive results were obtained in the brains and eyes of the following fish: Sarpa salpa, Trachurs trachurus, Boobs boops, Sardinella aurita, Diplodus vulgaris, Diplodus puntazzo, Liza aurata, Diplodue sargus, Sparus aurata, Sardina pilchardus, Spicara maena, Spondyliosoma cantharus, and Diplodus annularis.
Age and growth of sheepshead, Archo sargus probatocephalus, from South Carolina waters with some preliminary management concepts, 17 p.
Similarly, MOS supplementation did not improve the growth and survival in larvae of cobia Rachycentron canadum (Salze et al, 2008), white sea bream Diplodus sargus (Dimitroglou et al.
Por otro lado otros autores [8], en ensayos con el pez sargo (Diplodus sargus sargus), concluyen que la digestibilidad de la MS de las harinas de origen vegetal como el maiz amarillo (Zea mays) (84,9), soya (Glycine max) (79,9), arroz (Oryza sativa) (78,5) y afrecho de trigo (Triticum spp) (74,4), es mas alta que la de los ingredientes con altos tenores de fibra cruda (FC), tales como pulpa de citricos (65,2), mani (Arachis hypogaea) (62,7), girasol (Helianthus annuus) (59,1) y algas marinas (Posidoniaceae) (62,4).
Sargus ovis = Archosargus probatocephalus (Wal-baum): Sheepshead; p.
Este morfotipo es indiferenciable de la especie actual Diplodus sargus (Valenciennes, 1830) que habita el Mediterraneo, Atlantico Oriental y el Indico sudafricano.
Condition, feeding and reproductive potential of white seabream Diplodus sargus as indicators of habitat quality and the effect of reserve protection in the northwestern Mediterranean.
Temporal change in the genetic structure between and within cohorts of a marine fish, Diplodus sargus, induced by a large variance in individual reproductive success.
Growth performance and metabolic utilization of diets with different protein: carbohydrate ratios by white sea bream (Diplodus sargus, L.
Armed with a 9ft 6in Shakespeare uptide rod, teamed with a Penn Sargus reel, William fished lugworm on a standard pennel rig.