Question 12 1 how are wild fish processed and used

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QUESTION 12 1. How are wild fish processed and used for something other than human food? They are turned into base ingredients for make-up and other beauty products They are processed into fishmeal and fish oil Calcium from fish bones is extracted and used in the production of silicon chip wafers Calcium from fish bones are used to in osteoporosis therapies
4 points QUESTION 13 1. What is the problem with some farmed fish being carnivores?
4 points QUESTION 14 1. Aquaculture can be made more sustainable by:
using sustainable feed and raising fish that are not wholly dependent on wild food sources. raising shrimp and salmon in the same system. using genetically modified sources of feed. 4 points QUESTION 15 1. Which is NOT a problem when it comes to escaped farmed species?
4 points QUESTION 16 1. Which of the following is NOT a way that longlining can be made safer for non- target species? Adding streamers Setting lines deeper Using J-shaped hooks Using circle hooks
4 points QUESTION 17 1. Why is fish farming an issue for wild populations genetically?
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