A Colour Atlas of Salmonid Diseases
This is an invaluable text for those involved in the diagnosis of diseases among wild and farmed salmonids. More than 330 gross and light micrographs are reproduced in colour and highlight distinct features of more than 130 infectious and non-infectious conditions. The normal histological structure of tissues and their functions are presented. A comprehensive glossary describing terms appropriate to fish disease and histopathology is included as well as a bibliography containing more than 290 key references. Key Features * Presents a full colour atlas * Provides worldwide coverage of diseases (viruses/bacteria/fungi/parasites) found in salmonids * Includes more than 330 colour photos * Contains a complete guide to autopsy, staining methods, and normal tissues * Furnishes a unique histopathological and disease glossary
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