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- v. Present participle of electroshock.
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Still, the researchers argue that so-called "environmental DNA," or "eDNA," has proven a more effective means of detecting Asian carp than conventional methods such as electroshocking and netting.
Probably by electroshocking the homosexuals and making sure the government has greater social and cultural control over its population.
He said the tests are so sensitive that they can find evidence of fish where traditional survey tools such as nets and electroshocking fail.
At least one 9-pound fish usually shows up during the electroshocking surveys.
The fish are growing, and some showed up in the fall electroshocking.
- and millions of dollars - on netting operations, electroshocking and fish poisoning in the canal system, crews were unable to land a single actual fish.