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Record #186297:

Will fast growing squid replace slow growing fish? / George D. Jackson.

Title: Will fast growing squid replace slow growing fish? / George D. Jackson.
Author(s): Jackson, George D.
Date: [2001]
Publisher: Parkville, Vic.: Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering
In: Looking South - Managing Technology, Opportunities and the Global Environment : proceedings of the 2001 invitation symposium. ([2001]),
Abstract: Describes growth pattern and life cycle of squid, and evaluates role of various species in Southern Ocean trophic systems. Age determination using statoliths indicates squid live from 2 months to one year, with rapid growth rates due to combination of hyperplasia and hypertrophy throughout life span. Includes description of warty squid Moroteuthis ingens and arrow squid Notodarus sloanii in waters south of New Zealand.
Notes:

In: Looking South - Managing Technology, Opportunities and the Global Environment : proceedings of the 2001 invitation symposium / Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering.

Keywords: 639.2 -- Fisheries.
639.4 -- Mollusc and shellfish industries.
639.2.001 -- Fisheries research.
591.134 -- Animal growth.
591.139 -- Animals, ageing.
59.087 -- Age determination, zoology.
594.5 -- Cephalopoda: Moroteuthis ingens.
594.5 -- Cephalopoda: Notodarus sloanii.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*80) -- Southern Ocean.
(*881) -- Ross Sea.
SPRI record no.: 186297

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