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Return on Equity

A publicly-traded company's earnings divided by the amount of money invested in stock, expressed as a percentage. This is a measure of how well the company is investing the money invested in it. A high return on equity indicates that the company is spending wisely and is likely profitable; a low return on equity indicates the opposite. As a result, high returns on equity lead to higher stock prices. Some analysts believe that return on equity is the single most important indicator of publicly-traded companies' health. See also: Growth stock.
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These advances, coupled with a simultaneous decrease in cost (Richardson et al., 2007), have made it possible to consider the use of DNA barcoding for identification of fish eggs and to incorporate this approach into ecosystem monitoring programs.
During the second year 2012, the population density of fish eggs ranged from 16 to 89 No/100 [m.sup.3] at station I.
The two biggest producers are Norwegian: Marine Harvest, the Oslo-headquartered company that is both the world's largest salmon producer and the main global producer of fish eggs; rival Cermaq operates as Mainstream Group in Chile.
We identified the possible prey items on the surface of the collected fronds, and incubated the fish eggs collected from the kelp surface in a small aquarium for 1-2 d.
The eying rate and hatching rate of fish eggs are good, and adult fish suffer no harmful effects from the coating.
Be aware that it is illegal to release unused bait, aquarium fish or fish eggs into any of the state's waters unless you have a permit.
Benefit: Those fish eggs are loaded with protein, and their cellular structure is remarkably similar to that of human collagen.
Other salt-cured fish eggs from species such as salmon or trout are less expensive.
Tokyo, Japan, July 29, 2005 - (JCNN) - The Shizuoka Prefectural Institute of Fisheries, which is cultivating salmonid fish, has confirmed that Kobe Steel's KENI FINE antibacterial plating technology can contain saprolegnia parasitism in fertilized fish eggs without harming the eggs.
Feeley adds, "Heavy water usage can have a long-term impact on aquifers in the region, because once depleted, they can take hundreds of years to recharge." He says power plant water usage can also potentially harm fish eggs and larvae and a variety of other aquatic biota in their early stages.