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SOLE. Alone, single; used in contradistinction to joint or married. A sole tenant, therefore, is one who holds lands in his own right, without being joined with any other. A feme sole is a single woman; a sole corporation is one composed of only one natural person.

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Tongue sole and stone flounder are good models for studying the L-R asymmetry, since one is sinistral flatfish and the other is dextral flatfish.
Total flatfish densities, estimated as the number of stationary and moving flatfishes in each video frame, were recorded at the start of each observation (start density).
[9.] Schreiber AM (2013) Flatfish: an asymmetric perspective on metamorphosis.
The story of the Trieste flatfish requires reexamination in an attempt to distinguish fiction from fact.
Most flatfish species inhabit temperate and tropical coastal waters, although some species are found in polar waters (Robins & Ray, 1986).
"We hope to have them out very soon." Top 10 Fishery Products Consumed in USA Zoos 2007 Rank Species Pounds Species Pounds 1 Shrimp 4.10 Shrimp 4.10 2 Canned Tuna 2.80 Canned Tuna 2.70 3 Salmon 1.84 Salmon 2.364 4 Pollock 1.34 Pollock 1.730 5 Tilapia 1.19 Tilapia 1.142 6 Catfish 0.92 Catfish 0.876 7 Crab 0.61 Crab 0.67 8 Cod 0.44 Cod 0.465 9 Flatfish 0.43 Clams 0.449 10 Clams 0.42 Flatfish 0.319 Total All Species 16.0 All Species 16.3 Based on National Marine Fisheries Services (NMFS) data, the "Top 10" list is compiled for the National Fisheries Institute by H.M.
Huw Thomas, Head of Ethical & Sustainable Sourcing at Cumbrian Seafoods, said "Our goal is to lead the market in terms of responsible and ethical sourcing of seafood and we have worked very closely with our suppliers, Flatfish, to launch these products.
It's easy to confuse fluke with other similar flatfish. It helps to know a little anatomy and taxonomy to key them out, recognizing a few distinctive features.
A new look at the fossils of primitive flatfish offer evidence that these fish--well-known for having both eyes on one side of their head--started out symmetrical and gradually evolved their one-sided trait.
The species of flatfish present in the estuary and the mean length of flatfishes varied by sampling month (p<0.0001).
1 change in the marine sport fishing regulations adds a separate daily bag limit of 25 for flatfish, which includes flounders, soles, sanddabs, turbots and halibuts other than Pacific halibut.
species of flatfish caught off the coast of Massachusetts, the gray or grey sole, is a true sole.