Edited By: G Stentiford and J Shields
384 pages, Illus
Diseases in crustaceans can be attributed to a range of causes and can impact substantially on populations of wild caught species and those being cultured. This important book will encompass reviews of the diseases significant to commercially exploited crustacean species including shrimps, prawns, lobsters, crabs and crayfish.
The book will include important information on stateof-the-art technologies for molecular diagnosis and will provide details of potential biosecurity concerns for resource managers and industry practitioners. Diseases of Commercially Exploited Crustaceans will be an essential purchase for crustacean farm managers, invertebrate biologists and all those involved in the prevention and management of these diseases.
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