Infectious diseases of warmwater fish in fresh water
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This chapter presents the viral, bacterial, pseudofungal and parasitic diseases in cultured warm freshwater fish. Focus is given on the distribution, causative agent, pathology, diagnosis, prevention and control of these diseases.
Lio-Po, G. D., & Lim, L. H. S. (2014). Infectious diseases of warmwater fish in fresh water. In P. T. K. Woo, D. W. Bruno, & L. H. S. Lim (Eds.), Diseases and disorders of finfish in cage culture (2nd ed., pp. 231-281). Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing.
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