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

By Nicky B. Buller

Sixteen pages of color plates to help identificationOnly released textual content on hand the place all appropriate fabric is referenced togtherThis handbook allows the isolation and identity of micro organism which are present in aquatic animals (particularly fish). The emphasis is on micro organism from farmed aquatic animals (fish,molluscs and crustacea) yet a few awareness can be given to different marine and freshwater animals comparable to mammals and birds, either captive (as in zoos) or wild, in addition to aquarium fish.

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Subcutaneous haemorrhages. Abdominal distension, organism in internal organs 4. Haemorrhages in intestinal tract 5. Organism cultured from gills, intestinal contents, kidney, spleen 6. Can be infected with or without clinical signs 1. Focal lesions progress to large de-pigmented necrotic patches then detach at dermo-epidermal junction to form large ulcers that expose underlying muscle See under ORNAMENTAL Danio Eel Diseased eggs, seen as white brain and spinal cord, sunken irregular eyes, heart receded into yolk sac Pseudoalteromonas piscicida Staghorn damselfish, Yellowtail clownfish (Amblyglyphidodon curacao Bloch, Amphiprion clarkii Bennett) Listonella anguillarum and Vibrio parahaemolyticus did not appear to be involved in disease in experimental infections Skin ulcers Photobacterium damselae ssp.

The adjacent columns in the table list the bacteria that have been reported to be either pathogens of the host or that are considered part of the normal flora, the tissue site of infection, or the pathology presented and the disease state. Some organisms are considered to be opportunistic pathogens and in a healthy host may be part of the normal flora. In a stressed animal, these same bacteria may overcome host defence mechanisms and cause morbidity or infection in the animal. There are some organisms that have been identified and isolated from a host, but the pathogenicity of the organism is unknown, as virulence studies were not carried out.

Plesiomonas shigelloides 22. Pseudomonas anguilliseptica 23. Renibacterium salmoninarum 01, 02, 03, 04 24. Serratia marcescens, S. plymuthica 25. Staphylococcus warneri 26 Streptococcus agalactiae (S. difficile) 27 Streptococcus iniae 28 Vagococcus salmoninarum 29. Vibrio ordalii 30. Yersinia ruckeri 823 823 823 823 154 332 542 564 579 604 618 640 682 707 712 716 748 750 752 753 757 802 824 828 835 853 continued Haemorrhagic enteritis, intestinal 823 content dark and tarry Bird was sick but no other evidence of infection Disease Infection 18.

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