Local Results for Mobility SARDINE ALABAMA


Element composition of sardine (Sardina pilchardus) otoliths along the Atlantic Coast of the Iberian Peninsula
Element composition of sardine (Sardina pilchardus) ... 2005; GarcĂ­a-Lafuente et al., 2006). As fish grow, their mobility increases (ICES, 2005b), ... more details
Stable nitrogen isotope studies of the pelagic food web on the Atlantic shelf of the Iberian Peninsula | Mendeley
The low mobility of sardines during periods of low population size is consistent with differential isotopic signatures ... the diet of sardines (Bodeet al ... more details
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The low mobility and high persistence means that they can stay in the soil for decades, ... (Denie et al. 1994). Because of their low mobility, ... more details
Sardines and Ester C
Would you just throw them the sardine? ... Vet said good for joints and mobility and also good for teeth. ... Alabama GroomerTALK; more details
Mobility 4 by Pharmax
Mobility 4 by Pharmax-Mobility 4 Glucosamine, ... (sardine & anchovy) ... Clegg DO et al. Glucosamine, ... more details
A comparison of anchovy (Engraulis encrasicolus) and sardine (Sardina pilchardus) larvae feeding in the Northwest Mediterranean: influence of prey availability and ontogeny
... previously reported in the Northwest Mediterranean by Tudela et al. (2002). The FI of sardine larvae was similar to ... items with low mobility, ... more details
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... our data support the hypothesis of a restricted mobility of large sardines between S Galicia and the other ... one of the main preys of sardine (Varela et al., ... more details
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SARDINE REGIME SHIFTS OFF PORTUGAL 235 INTRODUCTION ... Kawasaki et al ., 1991; Bakun, 1996; Durand et al ... which facilitated mobility and detection of schools, ... more details
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