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   Pollachius pollachius (Grazniak) 

   Gadus pollachius 
   Pollachius pollachius (Pollock) 

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   Gadiformes (hakes) 
   Gadus (common codfishes) 
   Pollachius (pollocks) 
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11.  Detection of arsenic-containing hydrocarbons in a range of commercial fish oils by GC-ICPMS analysis.LinkIT
Sele V, Amlund H, Berntssen MH, Berntsen JA, Skov K, Sloth JJ
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry, 2013

12.  Latitudinal distribution of persistent organic pollutants in pelagic and demersal marine fish on the Norwegian Coast.LinkIT
Bustnes JO, Borgå K, Dempster T, Lie E, Nygård T, Uglem I
Environmental science & technology, 2012

13.  Development and validation of a range of endogenous controls to support the implementation of practical Taqman real-time PCR-based surveillance for fish diseases within aquaculture.LinkIT
Bland F, McIntosh R, Bain N, Snow M
Journal of fish diseases, 2012

14.  Do salmon farms increase the concentrations of mercury and other elements in wild fish?LinkIT
Bustnes JO, Nygård T, Dempster T, Ciesielski T, Jenssen BM, Bjørn PA, Uglem I
Journal of environmental monitoring : JEM, 2011

15.  Proxy measures of fitness suggest coastal fish farms can act as population sources and not ecological traps for wild gadoid fish.LinkIT
Dempster T, Sanchez-Jerez P, Fernandez-Jover D, Bayle-Sempere J, Nilsen R, Bjørn PA, Uglem I
PloS one, 2011

16.  Salmon farms as a source of organohalogenated contaminants in wild fish.LinkIT
Bustnes JO, Lie E, Herzke D, Dempster T, Bjørn PA, Nygård T, Uglem I
Environmental science & technology, 2010

17.  Ecological meltdown in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland: two centuries of change in a coastal marine ecosystem.LinkIT
Thurstan RH, Roberts CM
PloS one, 2010

18.  Involvement of methemoglobin (MetHb) formation and hemin loss in the pro-oxidant activity of fish hemoglobins.LinkIT
Maestre R, Pazos M, Medina I
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 2009

19.  Acoustic basis for fish prey discrimination by echolocating dolphins and porpoises.LinkIT
Au WW, Branstetter BK, Benoit-Bird KJ, Kastelein RA
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2009

20.  Screening and characterisation of potentially pathogenic bacteria associated with Atlantic cod Gadus morhua larvae: bath challenge trials using a multidish system.LinkIT
Sandlund N, Bergh Ø
Diseases of aquatic organisms, 2008