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Gill

An obsolete Scottish unit of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 0.053 liters.
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The effects of proliferative gill disease on the blood physiology of channel catfish, blue catfish, and channel catfish x blue catfish hybrid fingerlings.
In a Saturday story by The Register-Guard's David Steves, commercial fishing advocate Glenn Spain aptly observed that Smith's simplistic attribution of the dead fish to gill disease "is sort of like saying lung cancer kills smokers, not smoking.
Smith said he was convinced that the die-off was the result of a gill disease, "which is not uncommon and happens periodically.
In addition, one PV lineage species, Neoparamoeba pemaquidensis, is the etiologic agent of amoebic gill disease, a commercially important disease of aquaculture-reared finfish (Munday 1986, Munday et al.
Gill disease was regarded as one factor in the elimination of the Portuguese oyster from important culture areas on the Atlantic coast of France (Comps 1988).