Live specimens used (e.g., on a hook or in a trap) to allure target species.
Live (or dead) fish (or other aquatic organisms) placed on a hook or in a trap in order to lure fish.
Any water and associated sediments used to manipulate the trim and stability of a vessel.
Wood from which all bark excluding the vascular cambium, ingrown bark around knots, and bark pockets between rings of annual growth has been removed [ISPM No. 15, 2002]
|basic biosecurity conditions|
Means a set of conditions applying to a particular disease, and a particular zone or country, required to ensure adequate disease security, such as:
- the disease, including suspicion of the disease, is compulsorily notifiable to the Competent Authority; and
- an early detection system is in place within the zone or country; and...
Means a structure for the keeping of honey bee colonies that is being used for that purpose, including frameless hives, fixed frame hives and all designs of moveable frame hives (including nucleus hives), but not including packages or cages used to confine bees for the purpose of transport or isolation.
Any organism directly or indirectly advantageous to plants or plant products, including biological control agents [ISPM No. 3, 2005]
Advantages or profits derived as a result of an action (e.g. social or economic benefits from a proposed introduction).
The intentional release of an organism that is intended to consume, infect, or debilitate a selected species to decrease its population size.
The use of plant pathogens which are expected to kill the target weed(s).