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    Approaches to finfish and shellfish pathology investigations

    Silas, E G (1983) Approaches to finfish and shellfish pathology investigations. CMFRI Special Publication , 11 . pp. 1-43.


    Several cases of mortalities and non acceptability of fishes and shellfishes have been attributed to pathogens and diseases; many failures of aquaculture enterprises have also been indicated to be due to the same reason. To overcome this : constraint and to save the crop from the disease hazards, concerted efforts are being made to study the pathological problems encountered both in the capture and culture fisheries, and to suggest ways and means of remedial and control measure

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