By Brian Austin, Dawn A. Austin
This thoroughly up to date 5th version of Bacterial Fish Pathogens is a finished dialogue of the organic features of the micro organism which reason illness in farmed and wild fish. because the 4th variation was once released in 2007, there was an upturn within the software of molecular ways to taxonomy, analysis and vaccine improvement. New pathogens, e.g. Aeromonas schubertii, were defined. additionally, there was the emergence of ailments because of micro organism that have now not been cultured, and which were equated with new taxa, i.e. ‘Candidatus’. attention is given to all of the bacterial fish pathogens, together with fundamental pathogens and opportunists.
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Moraxella sp. Moritellaceae representatives Moritella marina (V. marinus) Moritella viscosa Snakeheads (Ophicephalus striatus) and catfish (Clarias batrachus) Green carp (Ctenopharyngodon idelluls) Gill disease Epizootic ulcerative syndrome Tench (Tinca tinca) Atlantic salmon Atlantic salmon Skin lesions Winter ulcer disease/ syndrome Red disease Atlantic salmon, channel catfish Striped bass Acinetobacter disease – Francisellosis Francisellosis, visceral granulomatosis – Francisella asiatica Francisella noatunensis (= Fr.
2). Carnobacterium piscicola On TSA, Car. piscicola produces small round, entire, shiny, opaque colonies that develop within 48 h. 6 mm in size. Other phenotypic traits of the lactobacilli include the inability to produce catalase (catalase-positive isolates were described by Starliper et al. 1992), H2S, indole, gelatinase, urease, the Voges Proskauer reaction, arginine hydrolysis, or lysine or ornithine decarboxylases or reduce nitrates. However, the isolates produce acid from fructose, galactose, glucose, glycerol, inulin, lactose, maltose, mannitol, melibiose, salicin, starch, sucrose and trehalose, but not raffinose, sorbitol or xylose (Schmidtke and Carson 1994).
Ordalii V. pelagius V. ponticus V. splendidus V. tapetis V. vulnificus V. wodanis Disease V. harveyi (= V. carchariae and V. , USA Iceland, Norway, Scotland Norway Norway, Spain worldwide Spain China Japan, Korea, USA Europe (notably Spain), Japan, Taiwan, USA 14 1 Introduction Epitheliocystis – Gill lesions Varracalbmi Ulceration ‘Candidatus Branchiomonas cysticola’ ‘Candidatus Clavochlamydia salmonicola’ ‘Candidatus Piscichlamydia salmonis’ ‘Candidatus Renichlamydia lutjani’ Chlamydiales representative Streptobacillus unidentified unidentified unidentified Disease Summer enteritic syndrome, Rainbow trout gastroenteritis Epitheliocystis Epitheliocystis Epitheliocystis “Epitheliocystis”-like Miscellaneous pathogens ‘Candidatus Arthromitus’ Pathogen Atlantic salmon Freshwater salmonids Atlantic salmon Blue-striped snapper (Lutjanus kasmira) Leopard sharp (Triakis semifasciata) Atlantic salmon Rockfish Atlantic salmon Rainbow trout Rainbow trout Host range Ireland Japan Norway Scotland Swiss aquarium Norway North America, Norway Norway Hawaii, USA Croatia, France, Italy, Spain, UK Geographical distribution Introduction 15 16 1 Introduction questionable significance in fish pathology insofar as their recovery from diseased animals has been sporadic.