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By: John Plumb
Infectious diseases are among the greatest constraint to the expansion and realisation of the full potential of aquaculture. This valuable reference text concentrates on the infectious viral and bacterial diseases most important in aquaculture, and also addresses their existence in natural environments. The author organises the viral and bacterial diseases of fish into groups or families that are most extensively cultured. Dr. Plumb creates a balance between diseases of warmwater, coolwater, and coldwater fishes, and presents information on important disease problems not only in North America, but also around the world.
About the Authors Preface. Acknowledgments. Part I: Health Maintenance. 1 Principles of Health Maintenance. 2 Epizootiology of Fish Diseases. 3 Pathology and Disease Diagnosis. 4 Disease Management. Part II: Viral Diseases. 5 Catfish Viruses. 6 Carp and Minnow Viruses. 7 Eel Viruses. 8 Trout and Salmon Viruses. 9 Sturgeon Viruses. 10 Other Viral Diseases of Fish. Part III: Bacterial Diseases. 11 Catfish Bacterial Diseases. 12 Carp and Minnow Bacterial Diseases. 13 Eel Bacterial Diseases. 14 Salmonid Bacterial Diseases. 15 Striped Bass/Hybrid Bacterial Diseases. 16 Tilapia Bacterial Diseases. 17 Other Bacterial Diseases. Part IV: Appendices. Appendix I. List of Common and Scientific Names of Fishes. Appendix II. Table of Conversion Factors. Appendix III. List of Cell Lines Commonly Used for Diagnostics. Index.
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JOHN A. PLUMB is Professor Emeritus, Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures, Auburn University; and LARRY A. HANSON is Professor in the Department of Basic Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State University.
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