The sea as a potential source of protein food.

  title={The sea as a potential source of protein food.},
  author={L. Walford and C. Wilber},
  journal={Advances in protein chemistry},
  • L. Walford, C. Wilber
  • Published 1955
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Advances in protein chemistry
  • Publisher Summary The chapter discusses the sea as a potential source of protein food. Successful harvest is limited for the most part to fishes whose habits of aggregation and migration, and whose size facilitates their capture. Fish production varies even on different parts of a single bank. The production of usable animal protein in the sea varies widely from one area to another and covers about the same range of variation as pasture land, which supports from 5 or less tons per square mile… CONTINUE READING
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