2 edition of bibliography of parasites and diseases of fishes of Canada: 1879-1969 found in the catalog.
bibliography of parasites and diseases of fishes of Canada: 1879-1969
by Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Biological Station in Nanaimo, B.C
Written in English
|Statement||[by] L. Margolis.|
|Series||Fisheries Research Board of Canada. Technical report no. 185|
|LC Classifications||SH223 .A3473 no. 185|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||77533960|
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Toxocariasis is a zoonotic disease affecting humans that is predominantly caused by Toxocara canis and T. cati, primarily parasites of dogs and cats, respectively. Toxocara generally establishes long-term infections by co-opting its host’s physiological processes, while at the same time exploiting the nutritional environment. Adult stage T. canis reside in the gut of the definitive canine. Parasites and Diseases Applications of Ecophysiological Understanding Conclusions Acknowledgements Bibliography 3 Reproduction and Spawning 87 Peter J. Wright and Sherrylynn Rowe. Summary Introduction Variation in Maturation Reproductive Investment Spawning Location
Trapping is a management tool the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (department) employs to ensure the populations of furbearers, small game animals, and unclassified animals do not exceed the carrying capacity and damage the habitat. Many of these animals are carriers of parasites and diseases. This volume has comprehensive coverage ( species are reviewed) and includes nematode parasites of humans, domestic animals and wildlife including fish. It provides an historical and unified overview of a century and a half of research on the development, life cycles, transmission and evolution of the nematodes found in vertebrates throughout.
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A bibliography of parasites and diseases of fishes of Canada: L Margolis ; Fisheries Research Board of Canada. Biological Station (Nanaimo, B.C.) Technical report (Fisheries Research Board of Canada), no. The first paper to be concerned with parasites of canadian fishes was pUblished in by Prof.
Ramsay Wright of the University of Toronto. From that time to the end ofthe year period covered by this biblio. Parasites and diseases of some marine finfish off Nova Scotia, C.
Morrison [and others]., Toronto Public Library. Fish Diseases and Disorders, Volume 1: Protozoan and Metazoan Infections, Index-Catalogue of Medical and Veterinary Zoology - (Texas A&T University) - - Author: Viu Library. the book Parasites and Diseases of Fish Cultured in the Tropics by Z.
Kabata (). The former is the only taxonomic monograph dealing with the fish parasites of Southeast Asia, while the latter provides an excellent overview of the diseases and parasites of fishes cultured in the region up to. The book concludes with discussions of fish worms causing diseases in nature and in fish-farms.
This section also addresses the value of parasitic worms in extending knowledge of the environments in which fish and their parasites dwell, from the use of worms as indicators of pollution or for determining the location, migrations, and feeding. Parasites have evolved independently in numerous animal lineages, and they now make up a considerable proportion of the biodiversity of life.
Not only do they impact humans and other animals in fundamental ways, but in recent years they have become a powerful model system for the study of ecology and evolution, with practical applications in disease prevention.
Proportion of articles on the parasites of freshwater fishes in North America published in the volumes (), (), and () of the Journal of Parasitology. Forty-one species were found to harbour 39 species of copepod belonging to 9 families.
The remaining 21 species of fishes were not infected. The incidence and intensity of infection were recorded and these provided material data on the host-parasite relationships. The site of infection and the developmental stage of the parasite were also recorded.
Also to be mentioned are the monograph Digenetic Trematodes of Philippine Fishes by C.C. Velasquez (a), and the book Parasites and Diseases of Fish Cultured in the Tropics by Z.
Kabata (). The former is the only taxonomic monograph dealing with the fish parasites of Southeast Asia, while the latter provides an excellent overview of the. a bibliography of parasites and diseases of fishes of canada: – by l. margolis. INFEKTSIONNIE BOLEZNI RIB I BOR'BA S NIMI, (INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF FISHES AND THEIR CONTROL).
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CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of these documents in these same four. This well illustrated book provides an historical and unified overview of a century and a half of research on the development, life cycles, transmission and evolution of the nematodes found in vertebrates throughout the world.
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Our history with parasites. Written for a broad audience, the book provides insights into parasites and parasitic diseases based on primary sources (both historic and scientific). The use of fish parasites as biological indicators on both host and parasite can be measured by histochemical and biological methods and the roles of contaminants and parasites in causing disease can be assessed separately.
5th International Symposium on Fish Parasites, České Budějovice, Czech Republic, 9–13 August, Book of. Host-parasite interactions are complex, compounded by factors that are capable of shifting the balance in either direction.
The host's age, behaviour, immunological status, and environmental change can affect the association that is beneficial to the host whereas evasion of the host’s immune response favours the parasite. In fish, some infections that induce mortality are age and temperature.
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Water pollution, especially in inland waters, has for the past years been the result of urbanization and industrialization.Fish Health Section Special Publication No. 3, p. (published jointly with the Japanese Society of Fish Pathology) Compiled as a joint effort of members of the FHS, this volume contains abstracts for over publications dealing with the parasites and diseases of fish and shellfish of Southeast Asia.Infectious salmon anemia (ISA) is a viral disease of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) caused by Salmon affects fish farms in Canada, Norway, Scotland and Chile, causing severe losses to infected has been a World Organisation for Animal Health notifiable disease since In the EU, it is classified as a non-exotic disease, and is monitored by the European Community.