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Epizootic study in a turbot farm: bacteriology, virology, parasitology and histology

AuthorsNovoa, Beatriz ; Núñez, S.; Fernández-Puentes, C.; Figueras Huerta, Antonio ; Toranzo, A. E.
Issue Date1992
CitationAquaculture 107(2-3): 253-158 (1992)
AbstractDuring the paat 5 years there has been considerable development of lurbot (Scophthalmus maximus L.) farming in Galicia (Notthwestern Spain ). This development caused a concomitant increase of pathological problems in this species. In this study, the preliminary results of a microbiological survey (comprisingbacreria, virusand pamsires) in an ongrowingturbot farm aregiven.The bacteria more frequently isolated belong 10 the genus Vibrio ( V. splendidus-V. pelagius), and wirh less fr& quency IO Pseudumonar. Srreptocorcus and Staphylococcus. Birnaviruses (IPN-like virus) were irelated from only two samples. The flagellate Costia sp., lhe ciliates Trichodino up. and Cryptacwyon sp.. the microrporidian Tetmmicra breeijitwn and Ihe cestode Bofhriocephalus scorpii all occurred in low prevalence.
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Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0044-8486(92)90074-U
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