Mussels: Anatomy, Habitat and Environmental Impact (Fish, Fishing and Fisheries)
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Important information about the topic resides both with scientists who study the sea floor and with fishermen who derive their livelihood from it. Most of the contributors to this volume practice one of these two professions, as do most members of the steering committee that we convened to help plan the conference seefollowingpage. Fishermen were selected to include users of diverse bottom tending gear types, including both mobile and fixed gear.
The steering committee helped select topics and speakers for the conference and recommended that fishermen be asked to talk only about their own gear types, in order to avoid the conflicts and antagonism that sometimes surface between users of different gear types. This book contains all of the papers delivered at the conference, but we have not limited the book to a simple reporting of what was presented that day.
As decided for fresh mussels, the ecoinvent and central heating. Unlike fresh mussels, canned mussels do not carriers and electric energy Dones et al.
Moreover, the initial and processing operations 2. Fresh and canned mussel consumption. Regarding fresh and SS3. These waste sources were used, including statistical accounts Xunta de Galicia, materials are sent to valorization plants. Similarly, mussel shell In the previous fresh and canned mussel processing systems, valorization to produce calcium carbonate is not covered in this the transport by lorry of the commercial fresh and canned mussel article.
An average distance between the facility and the retailing points was calculated according to 2. Functional unit real data for the target dispatch centre and the canning factory. In particular, the use of plastic bags was quantified in accordance 2. The FU chosen for the assessment of fresh with Hospido et al.
Shopping travel was also handled as Hospido et al. Finally, for both consumption systems, back- was 1 kg of commercial canned mussel flesh for consumption. Life Cycle Inventory When compared to fresh mussel consumption, the main differ- ences for canned mussel consumption lie in the lack of cooking in 2. Data acquisition households and in the generation of cardboard and cans as waste 2. Fresh mussel processing in dispatch centres.
Data for the materials. Table 1 Inventory data for mussel processing in dispatch centres S2. Moreover, primary data were also gathered for the quantification of the meshes and labels used as final format for commercial fresh Inputs mussels. Background data for mesh and label production Althaus From the technosphere From the environment et al. Chemicals and other 1. Seawater 7. Considerations Chlorine gas 0. Fresh and canned mussel processing. The quantification Containers PP 0. Commercial size mussels 1. Electric energy 5.
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Mussel reception diesel 0. Note that mussels represent van 2. Purified mussel 0. Calcium Consequently, data sub-division to isolate Copper 0. Zinc 0. Land use 0. However, for dis- patch centres, data sub-division was performed according to a mass Outputs allocation procedure since the purification process is similar for the To the technosphere To the environment: emissions to different molluscs being depurated. Wastewater 7. Dispatched and purified 1. For a detailed study on these valorization systems, please mussels refer to Iribarren et al.
By-product BOD5 0. Mussel organic waste 8. Consumption assumptions. All shopping bags were Chloride 0. Organic nitrogen 0. Copper 0. General assumptions. Electricity production was consid- analyzed to inventory canned mussel processing. This thorough ered by using the electricity production mix for Spain as presented study led to inventory data collection for the six subsystems defined in the ecoinvent database Dones et al. This assumption is for mussel transformation in canning factories. As a whole, Table 3 thought as the most realistic approach for this specific case study.
Inventory data for fresh mussel consumption S4. Inputs from the technosphere 2. Inventories Materials 2. Inventory data for fresh mussel processing 1. Dispatched and purified mussels 1. Mesh and label HDPE 3. Data dealt with 3. Freshwater 1. Plastic bags LDPE 3. Shopping travel diesel passenger car 1. Furthermore, water samples collected from the input 1.
Electric energy 0. Thus, the inventory for mussel processing in dispatch centres Outputs to the technosphere is shown in Table 1, while the inventory for fresh mussel consump- Waste to treatment tion is gathered in Table 2. Municipal solid waste: mesh and label 3. Municipal solid waste: mussel shell 0. Municipal solid waste: plastic bags 3. Wastewater 1. Inventory data for canned mussel consumption S5. Inputs Inputs from the technosphere From the technosphere From the environment Materials 1. Dispatched and canned mussel flesh 1. Seawater 6.
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Cans tinplate to recycling 0. Cans tinplate to landfill 0. Raw materials 3. Carton to recycling 0. Carton to landfill 0. Water Freshwater Cartons 0. Fuel Heijungs et al. The following impact cat- Fuel oil 0. Electric energy 1. Thermal energy 2. Mussels up to the factory 0. Canned mussels up to 0. This set of categories is very common in LCA for lorry seafood Pelletier et al. Ingredients diesel lorry 2. Containers diesel lorry 0. Soda diesel lorry 3. Results and discussion 6.
Cartons diesel lorry 0. Flocculants diesel lorry 1. Coagulants diesel lorry 1.
Fresh mussel processing and consumption 9. Lubricating oil diesel 8. Alkaline cleaner diesel 7. As a result, the environmental impact contribution analysis of fresh mussel processing and consumption showed how To the technosphere To the environment mussel purification involves much greater characterization values Final product Emissions to the than the consumption system for all impact categories.
Fresh mus- atmosphere sel processing dominated every impact category, accounting for 1. Dispatched and canned 1. CO2 0. SO2 0. Nonetheless, fresh mussel consumption also entailed rel- 1. Mussel shell 2. VOC 1. The 2. Mussel debris from 1. NOx 0. Mussel organic waste 0. Fats 0. BOD5 0. Furthermore, the authorized agent 1. Stainless metallic wastes 0. COD 5. Iron metallic wastes 2. Suspended solids 6. Defective cans tinplate 0. Total phosphorus 2.
Water from racking 1. Ammoniacal 0. Water from bathroom 3.
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These processes are summarized in Fig. Here induced breeding by hormones method is briefly described. The gonadotropin hormone FSH and LH secreted by pituitary gland influences the maturation of gonads and spawning in fishes. In India, Khan successfully induced Cirrhinus mrigala to spawn by injecting mammalian pituitary hormone. It is found that if few selected species of fish are stocked together in proper proportion in a pond, total production of fish is increased many times.
This mixed farming is called composite farming. It has some advantage-compatible species do not harm each other, all available areas are fully utilised, no competition among different species is found and fish may have beneficial effect on each other. Catla catla, Labeo-rohita and Cirrhina mrigala are surface feeder, column feeder and bottom feeder respectively and are used for composite farming.
Worms of four groups are parasites on fish. The flatworms trematodes , tapeworms cestodes , round worms nematodes and thorny-headed worms acanthocephalans. Two ectoparasites of fish are most important, the fish lice Argulus, Lernaea and Ergasilus and the fish leech Piscicold. Both parasites weaken fish by feeding on its blood. Top Menu BiologyDiscussion.
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