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Authors: Юнчис, О. Н.
Title: Малоизученные паразиты морских рыб, вызывающие заболевания в условиях океанариума
Other Titles: Poorly studied fish parasites causing diseases in Oceanarium conditions
Issue Date: 2016
Language (ISO): Russian
Pages: 240-241
Description: In Oceanarium conditions where fish is kept in artificial water, diseases are frequently caused by protozoan parasites. Parasitic amoeba, flagellates and myxosporea are all poorly studied pathogens. Out of the parasitic worms the monogeneans-capsalids, larval stages of nematodes and trematodes would have the most epizootic significance. In quarantine conditions it is required to conduct “active” quarantinisation i.e. preventive measures for all the incoming fish against the parasites that are able to cause disease, no matter whether the disease symptoms are found or not. There is a need to study parasite fauna of concrete fish species which are more popular in Oceanariums.
Appears in Collections:Современные проблемы теоретической и морской паразитологии / Contemporary problems of theoretical and marine parasitology

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