Any aquatic species that does not spend its entire life cycle in fresh water.
An official stamp or brand, internationally recognized, applied to a regulated article to attest its phytosanitary status [ISPM No. 15, 2002]
Means a market which is:
- placed under the control of an Official Veterinarian;
- not located in an infected zone;
- used only for animals for breeding or rearing or animals for slaughter which conform with the conditions provided in the Terrestrial Code;
- disinfected before and after use.
Means placing aquatic animals and aquatic animal products on the market.
Means all edible parts of an animal.
Means meat that has been subjected to a treatment irreversibly modifying its organoleptic and physicochemical characteristics.
Means the solid protein products obtained when animal tissues are rendered, and includes any intermediate protein product other than peptides of a molecular weight less than 10,000 daltons and amino-acids.
|microbially derived phytotoxin|
Secondary metabolites used in weed management practices as analogues of chemical herbicides.
A protozoan, fungus, bacterium, virus or other microscopic self-replicating biotic entity [ISPM No. 3, 1996]
Means the normal mammary secretion of milking animals obtained from one or more milkings without either addition to it or extraction from it.