Fish Diseases: Prevention and Control Strategies provides essential information on disease prevention and treatment by the most experienced fish culturists in the industry. The book presents both traditional and novel methodologies of identifying and addressing fish disease risk, along with preventative and responsive insights to the challenges impacting fish production today.
Both specific (vaccination) and non-specific (immunostimulation) approaches are explored, from maintaining optimal environmental conditions, to understanding how stressors in fish affect their immune system.
- Includes relevant information on government restrictions on drug usage in aquaculture to address the strict demand for fish products free of pollutants/antibiotics
- Presents best practices in fish farming to prevent disease and promote good health status and fish disease management
- Provides the most recent research on fish diseases prevention, the pathogens most studied, and options for methods of treatment
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Part I. Fish 1. Immunology: Improvement of Innate and Adaptive Immunity 2. Improvement of Disease Resistance by Genetic Methods
Part II. Pathogens 3. Types of Pathogens in Fish, Waterborne Diseases 4. Prophylactic and Prevention Methods Against Diseases in Aquaculture 5. Integrated Pathogen Management Strategies in Fish Farming
Part III. Environment 6. General Relationship Between Water Quality and Aquaculture Performance in Ponds 7. Water Quality-Disease Relationship on Commercial Fish Farms 8. Stress and Disease in Fish 9. Planning a Fish-Health Program 10. Aquatic Animal Health and the Environmental Impacts
Galina Jeney is a Scientific Adviser for NAIK Research Institute for Fisheries and Aquaculture (HAKI), in Hungary. Her research expertise is in the area of immunostimulants and immunology of fish and fish disease resistance challenges. She has more than 35 years of research experience, and has published more than 200 scientific publications.