1. Living underground. Applied to cave-restricted fishes.
6. Prefix meaning all, universally.
7. Prefix meaning current, flowing.
8. Off centre, deviating from the usual.
9. A description applied to hard salted herring of a certain size- range. See also crown brand.
11. A fishing net that is dragged behind a boat. A wide range of demersal (bottom) or pelagic (mid- water) species of fish are taken by this fishing method which entails one or a pair of vessels towing a large bag-shaped net either along the seafloor or in mid-water. It has a buoyed head rope and a weighted foot rope to keep the net mouth open.
12. A mode of heat transfer within a fluid, involving the movement of substantial volumes of the fluid from one place to another as a result of changes in the density of heated and non-heated areas.
1. Pertaining to marine organisms adapted to life in fresh water.
2. Morphological: A part that juts out. Also: A projection is a potential future evolution of a quantity or set of quantities, often computed with the aid of a model. Projections are distinguished from “predictions” in order to emphasize that projections involve assumptions concerning, for example, future socio-economic and technological developments that may or may not be realized, and are therefore subject to substantial uncertainty.
3. Describes the interactions among gene products, cells, tissues, organs, and the enviroment in the formation of an organism and in the creation of novelties.
4. In Japan, steamed Kamaboko prepared cylindrically with kneaded dyed red fish meat rolled into white meat, so that a spiral pattern appears on every cross section. Also called Naruto.
5. An enlarged area or patch (often irregular in shape and) different in color to the adjacent area, also an irregular pigment mark, often with poorly defined margins.
10. White fish, such as cod, with an unacceptably high water content.