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by John F Leatherland,Patrick T K Woo

eBook Fish Diseases and Disorders: Volume 2: Non-Infectious Disorders download ISBN: 0851991262
Author: John F Leatherland,Patrick T K Woo
Publisher: CABI; First edition (November 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 400
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4: Chemically induced alterations to gonadal differentiation in fish, C D Metcalfe, K A Kidd and J P Sumpter. 11: Osmotic and ionic regulation, W Marshall. 12: Supersaturation pathology, D Speare. Journal of Fish Diseases.

John F. Leatherland is at the University of Guelph. Patrick T. K. Woo is at the University of Guelph. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Topics include infectious pancreatic necrosis virus, infectious haematopoietic virus, viral haemorrhagic septicaemia, rickettsial and chlamydial infections, furunculosis, motile aeromonads, vibriosis, flavobacterial diseases and shellfish diseases. P.

An open system of a 10-hour transport in a special long-distance live fish transport truck (Transport I a II), and a 2-hour transport in classic transporting tanks (Transport III) were compared. Temperature and oxygen concentration in water was measured during transport.

This book follows on from the first volume, on protozoan and metazoan infections, of a three-volume series. It focuses largely on finfish and considers non-infectious disorder of development, growth and physiology of wild and captive species. Various sections address topics such as tumourigenesis, stress physiology and the effects of stressors on particular processes, and the effect of environmental factors (including toxic substances) on fish health. The economic implications of non-infectious disorders in intensive aquaculture are of particular importance, and a chapter is devoted specifically to this. The final chapter describes evaluation methods for the assessment of disorders at the individual, population and community level. The book is indispensable for zoologists, veterinary scientists and those concerned with fisheries and aquaculture.