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  • The Importance Of Fish

    Fish have a unique position with respect to their taxonomic and phylogenic status among vertebrates and occupy an important place in vertebrate’s genealogy. Most fish are ectothermic ("cold-blooded"), allowing their body temperatures to vary (1 – 2 ºC) as ambient temperatures change. Majority of siluroid fish are economically important for human consumption. Protein and vitamins content in fish flesh varies from high to moderate and make it as rich source of protein diet. Fishes of siluroid order ranges from freshwater to brackish waster to swamps and marshes both in temperate and tropical regions. The freshwater catfish, Clarias batrachus from siluroid order is a native specie of tropical south-east Asia and commonly known as “Magru” in India…

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  • Captive Fish Essay

    environment lead Pounder and his colleagues to investigate if doing so would be just as beneficial to captive fish. Fish are a hugely exploited research model as millions of tons of fish are farmed across the UK. Despite the massive commercial production occurring, inadequate research has been done on improving fish welfare in stressful situations. The large growth of the aquaculture industry should be synonymous with research about how to remedy production problems and facilitate humane…

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  • Fish Fishing Effects

    As catches have gradually become smaller, so the mesh sizes used in fishing nets have decreased, allowing smaller and smaller fish to be caught. Many of these are too small to be used as food, so they are crushed to be made into either animal food or fertiliser. Fishing using nets is indiscriminate. Any fish which get in the way of the net will be caught in it if they are too big to get through the mesh. For every one tonne of prawns caught, three tonnes of other fish are killed and thrown…

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  • Fish Case Study

    Desjardins and Fernald (2010) wanted to discover whether fighting an opponent is similar to fighting a mirror image. These male fish are territorial and tend to engage in fighting when they encounter another size-matched male. Thus, Desjardins and Fernald (2010) measured differences in behavioral, hormonal and brain activity between the different conditions. They also measure the immediate early genes such as the egr-1 and c-fos in four brain regions: dorsomedial telencephalon (amygdala),…

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  • Blue Fish Essay

    I'm just a blue fish. I live in the living room of my owners house. I live in a small bowl with cool colorful rocks and a couple of plastic plants. Im sitting on top of a side table next to a picture of my favorite owner. She has brown hair and blue eyes. She's my favorite because she always gives me a little extra food when no one's watching. She also uses a fish net instead just dumping me while cleaning my bowl. Sometimes it gets a little boring being a fish. Most of the time I just swim…

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  • The Importance Of Sound In Fish

    communication by animals. Many fishes are capable of producing sounds with the help of specialized structures. Fish have evolved the largest diversity of sound-producing mechanisms among vertebrates, and sounds are emitted in numerous contexts: e.g. disturbance situations, during courtship, competitive feeding and territorial encounters. Sounds are also produced unintentionally including those made as a by-product of feeding or swimming. The majority of sounds produced by fishes are of low…

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  • Tuna Fish Case Study

    overfishing of tuna fish? Background: The United States is overfishing the Atlantic coast with a variety of new-age fishing methods, which has destroyed and will continue to further damage our ocean’s ecological systems. Since the 21st century began, industrial fishing off the Unites States’ coasts have drastically changed in their methods to provide citizens of this country with a bountiful amount of in-demand seafood. Such seafood include fish like the Blue Fin Tuna, Marlins, and Swordfish;…

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  • Analysis: 7 Ways To Avoid Fish Ich In Your Fish Tank

    7 Ways To Avoid Fish Ich In Your Fish Tank This fish ich article is a follow up from a previous post entitled “Using Rocks In An Aquarium Design“. Imagine looking into your fish tank one day and seeing your listless fish with tiny white spots on it looking as if someone powdered it with salt. This is a clear sign of fish ich and not only do they make your beautiful fish look weird and ugly, they will also be detrimental to the health of the fish. Fish Ich Fish ich can affect anyone’s aquarium…

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  • Bass Fish Case Study

    Smoked Sea Bass Fish Ingredients required: 1. Sea bass – 4-5 lbs, skin-on fillets 2. Water – 1 quarter 3. Salt – 1 cup 4. White granulated sugar – 1 cup 5. Paprika – as per taste Instructions to follow: 1. Dissolve salt and sugar in the brine over a low heat. 2. Let the mixture set to cool. 3. Take Sea Bass, remove fillets and rinse under running water properly. 4. After rinsing, let the fish rest in brine and kept in fridge for at least 6-10 hours. 5. Preheat the smoker and add the wood…

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  • Quality Fish Case Analysis

    A. Define/describe your company. Your company can be based on a specific type of fish at a specific location etc. Quality Fish Company INC. was founded in 2017 by Engers Duran in Miami, Florida. Quality Fish company is involved in the distribution of fresh and frozen Atlantic Bluefin Tuna to hotels, restaurant, and supermarket across South and North Florida. Quality Fish Company source its target product (Atlantic Bluefin Tuna) over the area of open ocean south of new England and East of the Mid…

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