Fungus disease in fish, diagnosis and treatment

Verma, Vinay (2008) Fungus disease in fish, diagnosis and treatment. Veterinary World, 1 (2). 62. ISSN 0972-8988

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Abstract

Fungal infections (fungal infections are called mycoses) are among the most common diseases seen in temperate fish. Because fungal spores are found in all fish ponds and create problems in stressed fish. Poor water quality can also lead to an increase in fungal infections in an otherwise healthy fish population. Most fungal infections only attack the external tissues and only few fungal infections that will infect the internal organs of fish.

EPrint Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Fungal infections, Mycoses, Fish, Water Quality, Ponds
Subjects:Environment and Public Health > Environment
Bacterial Infections and Mycoses > Mycoses
Fungi > Fungi, Unclassified
Diagnosis > Incidental Findings
-Journal Repositories > Veterinary World
Animals > Chordata > Vertebrates
ID Code:3312
Deposited By:Dr Anjum Sherasiya
Deposited On:19 August 2009

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