Definition of tomcod
What does tomcod mean?
- A species of edible cod, Microgadus tomcod.
- synonym: tommy cod
Phrases with tomcod
- Pacific Tomcod
- Atlantic Tomcod
- Microgadus tomcod
- species Microgadus tomcod
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Molecular Environmental Biology (1993)
by Seymour J. Garte
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Clearly, CYP1A mRNA induction in Atlantic tomcod is a sensitive marker of exposure and early biological effect. Monitoring can be conducted via three alternative strategies: surveying levels of ...
The Menorah (1891)
A Monthly Magazine for the Jewish Home
The tomcod is a small species found along the coast from New York to New Brunswick. It is caught from the wharves and bridges by almost any bait. It is from six to twelve inches in length. The cod is abundant along the North Pacific coast, ...
Shields' Magazine (1907)
The tomcod is a member of the cod family, and stands, in its characters, between the pollacks and the common cod. Some adverse comment may arise because the diagram shows the flounder biting in January and February. Flounders have ...
Fishes of the Vicinity of New York City (1918)
by John Treadwell Nichols
The Tomcod is a fish resembling the true Codfish very 92 FISHES OF ...
Fishing Around New York (1909)
Where to Find Them, how to Rig, how to Catch Them. Chart of Hooks Showing Exact Sizes to Use, Etc by Julius Washington Muller, Arthur Knowlson
The tomcod is a bottom fish exclusively. It must be fished for with sinkers heavy enough to hold bottom. <J To get any amusement out of it, a light rod should be used. The current at many of the piers and shores where tomcods are plentiful is ...
The Visual Food Encyclopedia
by QA International Collectif
In addition to the cod, these include the haddock, the yellow pollock, the black pollock, the ling, the monkfish, the whiting, the hake, the silver hake, the three- bearded rockling, the forkbeard, the tomcod, and the pout. Most of these fish have ...
The popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw from the Encyclopedia Americana]. (1846)
by Popular encyclopedia
TOMCOD. See Cod. TOMSK; a government of Russia, ...
The Complete Outdoors Encyclopedia (2000)
by Vin T. Sparano
Tomcod Tuna, bluefin Wahoo Weakfish ...
ENCYCLOPAEDIA AMERICANA:, AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY (1851)
by FRANCIS LIEBER
" Tomcod (see Cod) " Tomsk " Tone (in painting)...
Encyclopedia of Ecology, Five-Volume Set (2008)
Greyseals Harp seals Harboursems Harbour porpoise Pilot whale Greenland ark Fin wha'e Porbeagle Minke whale Tuna Dogfish Swordfish Lamprey Salmon Pollock Hakes Cod Haddock Lumpfish Halibut Tomcod Wolffis Hagfish Mackeral ...
THE POPULAR ENCYCLOPEDIA OR " CONVERSTATIONS LEXICON:" (1841)
tom- codus, tomcod ; G. aglefinus, haddock ; G. blennoi- des, blennoid cod; G. purpureus, New York pollock ; G. merluccius, hake ; G. tenuis ; slender cod ...
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