the cultivation of aquatic animals and plants, especially fish, shellfish, and seaweed, in natural or controlled marine or freshwater environments; underwater .
Look for this aquaculture to catch on as mankind, unfortunately, continues to pollute our waterways.
What’s Next for Foodies Jacquelynn D. Powers September 9, 2010
the cultivation of freshwater and marine resources, both plant and animal, for human consumption or use
1869, from aqua- + culture (n.).
The science of cultivating marine or freshwater food fish, such as salmon and trout, or shellfish, such as oysters and clams, under controlled conditions.
a body of water, usually a tract of shallow water along the shore of a bay or inlet, used for aquaculture.
- Aqua fortis
. Historical Examples It flameth white and candent like Camphire, but dissolveth not in aqua fortis, like it. The Works of Sir Thomas Browne (Volume 2 of 3) Thomas Browne A print from it, in aqua fortis, by Alessio Loyr, is mentioned Lett. A Treatise on Painting Leonardo Da Vinci Do not act and say, […]
a brand of underwater breathing apparatus for a swimmer or skin-diver, consisting of a cylinder of compressed air that is strapped to the back, a flexible tube connecting the cylinder with the swimmer’s mouth, and an automatic pressure regulator that controls the flow of air into the lungs.
a transparent, light-blue or greenish-blue variety of beryl, used as a gem. light blue-green or greenish blue. Historical Examples aquamarine, which is feebly doubly refracting, separates them but slightly. A Text-Book of Precious Stones for Jewelers and the Gem-Loving Public Frank Bertram Wade Topaz and aquamarine occur in hollows in the granite of the Mournes. […]