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Tokyo, Japan, Jan 16, 2006 - (JCN) - The Fisheries Research Agency (FRA) has developed a method of tracing released flounders using a DNA labeling technique.
Flounder struck the best balance between ready availability, affordable cost, and low mercury content.
In the caging experiments (Figure 1b), YOY winter flounder were caged under, at the edge, and outside of two municipal piers in the Hudson River estuary for 10-d periods and the growth rate of fishes at each site was determined.
That's the fastest change of "face" ever observed for a flounder.
The scientists have yet to examine the neural mechanisms that enable a flounder to alter its spots.
But most--like flounder, cod, haddock, sole, shrimp, scallops, crabs, and clams--are exceptionally low in fat and some are loaded with B-vitamins, iron, zinc, selenium, and copper.
Flounder are abundant in Northwest Florida but few anglers target them.
In third place came Bernard Westgarth with four flounder and a coalfish for 147cm (2lb 4.
They also swam with the same fits and starts as flounder at the same speeds.
Table 1 Summary of information for tagged winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) that was detected during the study.