bonamiasis


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bonamiasis

important protozoan disease affecting hemocytes of flat oysters worldwide.
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Unmonitored stock transport by growers or scientists and ballast discharge are suspected modes of transmission for some of the major shellfish diseases, including bonamiasis of the Asian oyster (Crassostrea ariakensis) (Carnegie et al.
World Organization for Animal Health lists the following oyster diseases of regulatory significance: bonamiasis (Bonamia exitiosa and B.
Occurrence and significance of bonamiasis in European flat oysters Ostrea edulis in North America.
Observations on bonamiasis in the stock of the European flat oyster, Ostrea edulis, in the Netherlands, with special reference to the recent developments in Lake Grevelingen.
The protist Bonamia ostreae Pichot, Comps, Tige, Grizel and Rabouin is the causative agent of bonamiasis (Pichot et al.
2002) investigated the effects of bonamiasis on three hatchery-spawned oyster populations in different culture areas in Galicia (NW Spain).
Early, rapid detection of bonamiasis is crucial for effective control of the disease.
Bonamiasis in the flat oyster, Ostrea edulis with comments on histological techniques.
Season-, age-, and sex-related variation in the prevalence of bonamiasis in flat oysters (Ostrea edulis L.