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Products from the Ocean. Food and Consumer Products By: Bryson Durst. Part 1: Food From the Oceans. Fish that swim at the top of the ocean: Mackerel Salmon Anchovies Herring Sardines Tuna Menhadden. Fish that swim at the bottom of the ocean: Cod Haddock Sole Flounder Halibut.

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products from the ocean

Products from the Ocean

Food and Consumer Products

By: Bryson Durst

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Part 1:

Food From the Oceans

some examples of fish we eat

Fish that swim at the

top of the ocean:

  • Mackerel
  • Salmon
  • Anchovies
  • Herring
  • Sardines
  • Tuna
  • Menhadden

Fish that swim at the bottom of the ocean:

  • Cod
  • Haddock
  • Sole
  • Flounder
  • Halibut
Some Examples of Fish We Eat
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Did You Know: Fish and Shellfish aren’t the only types of seafood we eat. People also eat seaweed and other types of marine animals (such as whales).

seafood healthy substances and health benefits

Seafood includes many substances we need, including

  • protein and omega-3, and doesn’t have a lot of fat.
  • The protein is important because it is in large amounts.
  • The omega-3s in fish are important, because not eating enough omega-3s can kill people.
  • Fish has vitamin D and some parts of vitamin B that we need.
  • Oily fish , like tuna, have some oils that can lower blood cholesterol.
  • Eating fish can reduce the chance of heart disease.
Seafood- Healthy Substances and Health Benefits
aquaculture1

Yes.

Aquaculture is when we raise seafood to eat, instead of catching it in the wild.

Aquaculture
aquaculture2

As fishing is beginning to decline, aquaculture is becoming more popular.

  • About half of seafood eaten worldwide is farmed.
  • Fish that are farmed, thanks to genetic science, can taste better or be healthier than fish that we catch.
  • Salmon is a type of fish we farm. Shrimp and lobster are types of shellfish we farm.
  • We can also farm ocean plants such as seaweed, algae, and some vegetables.
  • Some fish eggs are even farmed.
Aquaculture
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Part 2:

Consumer Products From the Oceans

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Pearls: Gems of the Oceans

  • Pearls are very popular and valuable gems.
  • The most valuable pearls are naturally made by the Pinctada oyster.
  • Pearls can be natural or created by humans. We need to put small objects in a part of an oyster, which will cause it to form a pearl around it.
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Algin, from kelp, is used to thicken, stabilize, suspend, and gel and is used in food, some medicines, and for scientific purposes.

Kelp Part II: Kelp in food and other products

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Some things we use that algin is in are shampoo, pudding, toothpaste, freezer foods, and cake.

Kelp Part II: Kelp in food and other products

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Agar, from red seaweed cell walls, which takes a gelatinous form when mixed with water, is used in soup, salad dressing, dessert jellies, and canned meats.

Kelp Part II: Kelp in food and other Products

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Kelp and seaweed can be converted into fuel. This is easier than to convert land-based biofuels to fuel because kelp and seaweed don’t need lignin, which helps plants grow even with gravity pulling them down.

  • Kelp is used on mollusk farms to feed mollusks.

Kelp Part III: Fuel and Mollusk Farms

medicinal and chemical resources

Many chemicals we can use as medicines and for other purposes exist in the ocean.

  • Octopamine, from octopuses, can be used in fertilizer and only affects invertebrates (creatures without backbones) , such as fish, not vertebrates (creatures with backbones) , such as humans.
  • Didemnin B is a chemical from sea squirts that can shrink tumors in animals.
  • Manoalide can help fight skin diseases. It comes from sponges.
Medicinal and Chemical Resources
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We can get salt from the ocean by evaporating the water in salt water. People have done this for a long time.

Salt
salt and oil

We can get salt from the ocean by evaporating the water in salt water. People have done this for a long time.

  • Oil is also obtained from the oceans. Oil is the most valuable resource we get from the oceans.
Salt and Oil
works cited images

All non- Microsoft Office Clip Art images found on Bing Images

  • Slide 3 Salmon Image: sisterearthorganics.wordpress.com
  • Slide 4 Shrimp Image: delicioux.com
  • Slide 5 Whale Image: Image: animal-wildlife.blogspot.com
  • Slide 6 Tuna Image: sustainablesushi.net
  • Slide 7, 8, and 9 Aquaculture Image: rainharvest.co.za
  • Slide 11 Pearl Image: cc-pearls.com
  • Slide 12 Potash Image: southbouldermines.com
  • Slide 13 Kelp Image: teachers.oregon.k12.wi.us
  • Slide 14 Pudding Image: agirlwholovescupcakes.com
  • Slide 14 Cake Image: catherinescakesupplies.com
  • Slide 15 Gelatin Image: roseskitchen.wordpress.com
  • Slide 16 Mollusk Image: medialcollateralalligament.wordpress.com
  • Slide 18 Sea Squirt Image:goodheartextremescience.wordpress.com
  • Slide 19: Salt Image: mastersinhealthcare.com
  • Slide 20 Oil Tanker Image: oilman.com.au
  • Slide 22 Fish and Pearl Images: Microsoft Office Clip Art
Works Cited (Images)