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PARASITIC FAUNA RESERVOIR FISHES

N.A. Izyumova

PARASITIC FAUNA RESERVOIR FISHES

by N.A. Izyumova

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aquaculture & fishing: practice & techniques,
  • Fish Culture (Specific Aspects),
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Former Soviet Union, USSR (Europe)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesRussian Translations Series, 61
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages338
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12847507M
    ISBN 109061919061
    ISBN 109789061919063

    marine and freshwater fish of Turkey increased seriously to nowadays. Keywords: Diversity, parasite, marine, freshwater, fish, Turkey 1. Introduction Fish-parasite checklist studies are important taxonomic documents obtaining the fish-parasite relationships, host selectivity and geographic distribution of fish parasites. They may. The Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development publishes in the areas of Fisheries and Aquaculture, which is an important food production sector that provides nutritional security, as well as support for livelihoods, : Mehrdad Asgharnia.

    Thirty-two pathogenic parasites reported elsewhere as contributors to fish mortalities were recorded. INTRODUCTION The parasite fauna of fish of Lake Superior, a classical oligotrophic lake and one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world (Lawrie and Rahrer , ) is poorly known. Virtually no extensive surveys of the parasite fauna of. Publications Here you’ll find a collection of publications on public health importance, wildlife parasites and papers specifically authored by Dr. Omin. Amin, O. M. and H. A. Heckmann.

      : Parasite Fauna in the Wetland Fishes of India: Contents: 1. Introduction. 2. Review of literature. 3. Materials and methods. 4. Results. 5. Discussion. 6. Conclusion. References. 7. Diversity of Helminth parasites in the fishes of Siluriformes and perciformes of Loktak Lake Manipur. Parasite fauna in the wetland fishes of India is a basic text-cum-reference book on the. Abstract. After the first finding in the Volga River delta in early s, the Ponto-Azov snail Lithoglyphus naticoides expanded its range toward the northern water bodies of the Upper Volga basin. During –, new populations of L. naticoides with a high level of infection by specific trematode species were found in the Cheboksary and Rybinsk by: 9.


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Parasitic Fauna of Reservoir Fishes of the USSR and Its Evolution (Russian Translations Series, 61) 1st Edition by N.A. Izyumova (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Izi︠u︡mova, N.A.

(Nina Alekseevna). Parasitic fauna of reservoir fishes of the USSR and its evolution. "This second edition of Parasites of North American Freshwater Fishes is a welcome updating of what has long been a classic work. The first edition has been the standard for research and teaching since it was published over 30 years ago.

This book belongs on the shelf of students, researchers, and libraries with any interest in freshwater fish 5/5(2).

An important criterion in determining the possibility of introducing new fish species into any given reservoir PARASITIC FAUNA RESERVOIR FISHES book a knowledge of its parasite fauna fauna Subject Category: Organism Groups see more details.

With this knowledge, it is possible to anticipate the appearance of epizootic diseases and take preventive by: Eighteen species of Digenea, 17 of Monogenea, 11 of Cestoda, nine of Nematoda, three of Acanthocephala and one leech are recorded from ten species of fish of economic importance (e.g.

bream, roach, perch, zander, pike, barbot) from die Rybinsk : N. Izyumova. DEPENDENCE OF THE PARASITIC FAUNA OF FISH AND AMPHIBIA UPON ECOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF THE HOST E. NOBLE University of California, Santa Barbara, California (U.S.A.) In general, worm parasites at all stages of their life cycles utilize free oxygen when it is : E.R.

Noble. Key words: Fishes, Quality, Parasitic-fauna, Administered systems, Natural basins. Introduction The study of fish parasites comprises an argument that occupies a relatively narrow space, if we make a com-parison with the parasitic fauna of the mammals bred by.

Evaluation of parasite fauna in Fish of Alborz Dam Moravec books (Khalili Research of parasites of freshwater fishes of the Kakhovske reservoir was carried out since to This chapter presents the study of the parasite fauna of fishes in the Soviet Union and its main theoretical and practical results.

The developmental cycles of many parasites, the composition of the parasite fauna of fishes in game water bodies, and the economical and epizootological significance of certain species have been : B.E.

Bychowsky, A.V. Gussev. Parasitic infections of a total of speciemns of 13 fish species inhabiting the Upper-Reservoir (Hídvégi Lake) of Kis-Balaton were surveyed in the first year of a four-year project. During the survey, which involved five samplings in the season that lasted from spring to autumn, 36 parasites were identified to the species while 14 others to the genus level.

Parasitic crustaceans are among the most harmful parasites of fishes. Certain species cause disease outbreaks and mortalities in aquaculture, facilities, and sometimes in natural systems, resulting in serious economic losses.

Edible fishes from some Philippine lakes also show infestation by parasitic crustaceans. The branchiuran, Argulus indicus. The present review examines changes in the wildlife parasite fauna during the impoundment of reservoirs, focusing on the parasites of invertebrates, fish, and birds, the effects both upstream and Author: Neil Morley.

demand for information on the diseases and parasites of fishes and their control. A survey of the helminth fauna parasitic in the freshwater fishes of the Madras state. Fisheries station reports and year book April March Agarwal, On il case of large scale fish mortality in Bhakra reservoir.

Sci. Cult. 32, A survey of the metazoan parasite‐fauna of eight species of fish from Hanningfield Reservoir, Essex was carried out between January and March 56 Brown trout, 89 Rainbow trout, Perch, Ruffe, 31 Roach, 31 Ten‐spined Sticklebacks, four Eels and one Stone‐loach were by: depend on fish for their livelihood from fishing, processing, transporting, and retailing (Tombi and Bilong, ; World Book, ).

In Ethiopia, commercial fishing not has developed to any significance that in turn has not encouraged the government to promote systematic studies on the local fish fauna (Tudorancea et al., ).

Of all examined fishes, fishes (%) were infected by at least one parasite. One nematode (Capillaria sp.), two protozoa (I. multifilis and, Trichodina reticulata), two monogeneans (Dactylogyrus sp. andGyrodactylus sp.) and one Crustacea (L. cyprinacea) were identified (Figs.

1to to55and Table 2).Cited by: 2. The present review examines changes in the wildlife parasite fauna during the impoundment of reservoirs, focusing on the parasites of invertebrates, fish, and birds, the effects both upstream and downstream of the reservoir, parasitic zoonoses, the associated pollution generated, and assesses the impact of the recently completed Three Gorges Cited by: Fish Parasites.

Woo. CABI, - Electronic books - pages. 0 Reviews. Focusing on pathobiology and protective strategies against protozoan and metazoan parasites of fish, this book reviews the latest research on important parasites: those that cause financial hardships to the aquaculture industry, have been introduced to new geographical.

Parasitic fauna of freshwater fish of the Ukrainian S.S.R. Israel Program for Scientific Translations; available from the Office of Technical Services, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Washington, ©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A P Markevich.

The infection caused by I multifiliis is referred to as “ich” or “white spot disease.”I multifiliis is an obligate pathogen that cannot survive without the presence of living fish.

All fish are susceptible, and a similar appearing parasite, Cryptocaryon irritans, is seen in marine species.I multifiliis is readily transmitted horizontally via direct exposure to infected fish or via.

fish have been introduced into Australia, and 19 of these have established self-sustaining populations. However, the parasite fauna of both native and exotic freshwater fishes in Australia is poorly known. This is particularly the case in the south-west of Western Australia, where there have been no .subject published in three volumes of the book, 'The Key to Parasites of Freshwater Fish of Fish of the USSR Fauna", edited by Bauer ().

Protozoa This systematic group contributes mainly to the blood parasites (principally Kinetoplastida) which are found rather frequently in most sturgeons. Four species are specific toCited by: Parasitic infections of a total of speciemns of 13 fish species inhabiting the Upper-Reservoir (Hídvégi Lake) of Kis-Balaton were surveyed in the first year of a four-year project.

During the survey, which involved five samplings in the season that lasted from spring to autumn, 36 parasites were identified to the species while 14 others Author: Csaba Székely and Kálmán Molnár.