hepatopancreatic

hep·a·to·pan·cre·a·tic

(hep'ă-tō-pan-crē-ă'tik),
Relating to the liver and pancreas.
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Alterations of antioxidant capacity and hepatopancreatic enzymes in Penaeus monodon (Fabricius) juveniles fed diets supplemented with astaxanthin and exposed to Vibrio damsela challenge.
Texas has become free of the acute disease, Hepatopancreatic Necrosis.
The animal challenge experiments were designed using cohabitation of healthy and diseased shrimps and feeding with EHP-infected shrimp hepatopancreatic tissue.
Effects of dietary glucose, fructose, and galactose on hepatopancreatic enzyme activities and body composition in carp.
Al Badri received his Swedish Board of post-graduate specialty in General Surgeon, followed by a super specialization of hepatopancreatic biliary surgery and liver and kidney transplantation.
Alberto's study, 'Identification of molecular biomarkers for the detection and management of fatal shrimp pathogen,' analyzed the molecular cause behind acute hepatopancreatic necrosis disease outbreaks in shrimps, a disease that significantly decreased local production of shrimp since 2011.
Development of intensive aquaculture has been accompanied by several diseases such as hepatopancreatic necrosis in E.
The hepatopancreatic [beta]1-like integrin immunopositive antigen became more visible at the veliger stage (51 hpf) because the larval stomach was well-formed by that time.
As clots travel through the hepatopancreatic ampulla, patients may preferentially complain of discomfort at the level of the right hypochondrium, extending to the epigastrum [8, 10].