This new edition is a timely update on important advances in the understanding of infectious diseases of finfish. The content has been significantly updated to reflect current knowledge and the developments in the fish production industry, including the dramatic increases in production in the Asia-Pacific region. An important resource for aquaculturalists, fish health consultants and fish pathologists.Fish may have problems staying in the right position or are listless near the edges of the net pens. ... appear as early as 4 weeks after infection or chronic inflammatory lesions may persist for a longer period (McLoughlin et al., 2002; Taksdal et al., 2007). ... It may take 2a3 months for all net pens on a farm to become infected (Crockford et al., 1999). ... A viral aetiology was suspected for several years, but experimental transmission and identification of the causative agent for the diseaseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Diseases and Disorders of Finfish in Cage Culture, 2nd Edition|
|Author||:||Patrick T. K. Woo, David W. Bruno Gregory|
|Publisher||:||CABI - 2014-07-09|