How Do Fish Catch a Virus? They Eat It

Viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV) is just as unpleasant as it sounds for fish, leading to considerable losses of fish both in the wild and at some European fish farms.  Unfortunately, this disease has recently spread to the Great Lakes region but scientists are still unsure how it is transmitted. In a recent paper in.. read more →

Infectious Diseases of Fishes in the Salish Sea

Infectious Diseases of Fishes in the Salish Sea Paul Hershberger, Linda Rhodes, Gael Kurath, and James Winton ABSTRACT: As in marine regions throughout other areas of the world, fishes in the Salish Sea serve as hosts for many pathogens, including nematodes, trematodes, protozoans, protists, bacteria, viruses, and crustaceans. Here, we review some of the better-documented infectious.. read more →

Morphological and Genetic Identification of Spontaneously Spawned Larvae of Captive Bluefin Tuna in the Adriatic Sea

Morphological and Genetic Identification of Spontaneously Spawned Larvae of Captive Bluefin Tuna in the Adriatic Sea Leon Grubišić, Tanja Šegvić-Bubić, Ivana Lepen Pleić, Krstina Mišlov-Jelavić, Vjeko Tičina, Ivan Katavić, and Ivona Mladineo ABSTRACT: The spawning behavior of captive Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus) was observed in cages at an Adriatic facility in summer 2011. Approximately 20,000 eggs were collected.. read more →

Supplement on Systemic Distortion – David Bella

Supplement on Systemic Distortion – David Bella.pdf read more →

Frontiers Fisheries Article

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05 Aug 2012
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