Bacteria and Fungi from Fish and Other Aquatic Animals: A by Nicky B. Buller

By Nicky B. Buller

This useful publication offers an up to date source for the id of micro organism present in animals inhabiting the aquatic atmosphere, illustrated with color images. It includes extended biochemical id tables to incorporate newly pointed out pathogenic and saprophytic micro organism, molecular identity assessments now on hand for a better variety of aquatic bacterial pathogens, additional information at the pathogenesis and virulence of every organism and new assurance of conventional and molecular id of fungal pathogens and caliber insurance criteria for laboratories.

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Fig. 66. Vibrio cholerae non-01 on BA, 24 h. Fig. 67. Vibrio cholerae non-01 on MCA. Fig. 68. Vibrio cholerae non-01 on TCBS. Fig. 69. Vibrio cholerae, Gram stain. Fig. 70. Vibrio fluvialis on BA, 24 h, 25°C. Fig. 71. Vibrio fluvialis on MSA-B, 48 h, 25°C. Fig. 72. Vibrio fluvialis on MCA, 24 h, 25°C. Fig. 73. Vibrio fluvialis on TCBS, 24 h, 25°C. Fig. 74. Vibrio furnissii on BA, 48 h. Fig. 75. Vibrio furnissii on MCA, 48 h. Fig. 76. Vibrio furnissii on TCBS, 48 h. Fig. 77. Vibrio fluvialis, Gram stain.

Eroded mouth, frayed fins and tail 11. Liver Crevalle (Caranx hippos Linnaeus). ), permit 45 septicaemia, mortality (T. ) Snubnose pompano (Trachinotus blochii Nocardia seriolae Skin ulcers and tubercules in organs Nocardiosis Japanese jack mackerel (Trachurus 1. Lactococcus garvieae 3. Haemorrhages in organs and 3. Disease japonicus Temminck and Schlegel) 2. Vibrio anguillarum exophthalmia 1523 Lacepède) 3. Vibrio harveyi (reported as Vibrio trachuri) 818 1629 Chapter 1 body White trevally (Pseudocaranx dentex 1.

Edwardsiella ictaluri 1. Streptococcosis 1349 2. Not susceptible in 1415 experimental infection Goldfish (Carassius auratus Linnaeus) 70 1. Atypical Aeromonas salmonicida 1, 2. Ulcerative skin lesions, 1, 2. Goldfish ulcer 2. Aeromonas salmonicida ssp. haemorrhages disease (GUD) nova 3. Bacteria on gill surface, flared oper- 3. Bacterial gill disease 3. Flavobacterium ­branchiophilum cula, hyperaemic, swollen gill tissue, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8. 1281 4. Mycobacterium ­abscessus excess mucus production ­Mycobacteriosis 1356 5.

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