Diseases in Aquaculture

Infectious diseases pose one of the most significant threats to successful aquaculture. The maintenance of large numbers of fish crowded together in a small area provides an environment conducive for the development and spread of infectious diseases. In this crowded, relatively unnatural environment, fish are stressed and more susceptible to disease. 

Moreover, the water environment, and limited water flow, facilitates the spread of pathogens within crowded populations.

  • viral infections, bacterial infections and fungal infections
  • water mould infections, metazoan parasites
  • Control of Diseases in Aquaculture Populations
  • Disease Implications of Interactions of Aquaculture and Wild Fish Populations
  • Human Health Implications of Fish Diseases
  • Diseases in Wild Fish
  • Aquatic Aniaml Health and Biosecurity
  • Fish Diseases and Fish Nutrition/Health Management

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