saprolegniasis

saprolegniasis

infection of fish with the fungus Saprolegnia spp. Causes typical 'cotton wool' mat type lesions on the skin. All ages including eggs are affected.
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Though most fungi regarded as opportunistic pathogen but few of them are known to cause diseases such as Saprolegniasis, Aspergiilosis, Scopulariopsis, Paecilomycosis and Peniciilium infection [16].
Saprolegniasis is a common and highly prevalent fungal disease that affects all species and ages of fresh water and estuarine fish [20].
Este producto cubre un amplio espectro de accion contra bacterias, hongos y virus (Jodun & Millard, 2001; Khodabandeh & Abtahi, 2006; Wagner et al, 2008), estimando que su uso incrementa los porcentajes de eclosion y controla de manera efectiva la saprolegniasis.
A product used as a disinfectant in agriculture, food preparation, and medical facilities also kills a fungus that causes the disease saprolegniasis on catfish eggs, and it has the potential to treat harmful parasites.
Fungal infections such as saprolegniasis in hatchery-reared catfish eggs can cause serious losses of young fish, Straus says.
Though most fungi regarded as opportunistic pathogen but few of them cause diseases such as Saprolegniasis, Aspergillosis, Scopulariopsis, Paecilomycosis and Penicillium infection (Refai et al.
Pathogencity of Saprolegnia species associated with outbreaks of salmonid saprolegniasis in Japan.
4, 3] reported four common fish diseases in fish ponds in Punjab; saprolegniasis, lernaeasis, bacterial hemorrhagic septicemia and anoxia.
Effectsof Water Temperature on Mucous Cell Distribution in Channel Catfish Epidermis: A Factor in Winter Saprolegniasis.
Effects of water temperature on mucous cell distribution in channel catfish epidermis: a factor in winter saprolegniasis.
Keywords: Saprolegniasis, Saprolegnia, Achyla, Lernaea cyprinacea, Lernaea ctenopharngodonis