Aquaculture Virology covers the latest information on the main virus families and diseases relevant to aquaculture, along with detailed discussions of specific diseases, all delivered in a systematic and succinct format. This book is an essential resource for the aquaculture researcher, student, and teacher. Descriptions of each disease include disease name, structure, and the composition of each virus, classification and virus replication, epidemiology, pathology and immunity, diagnostic methods (gross pathology, histopathology, cell culture, PCR, sequencing, ELISA, etc.), and prevention and control of each disease. The book is ideal for clinical veterinarians, aquaculture disease practitioners, farmers, and those interested in aquatic virology.
- Provides important and practical insights into achievable agricultural options via case studies
- Addresses the use of natural resources, technological advances, and management systems to create viable, adaptive economic growth
- Applies lessons learned in Brazil to improving both economic and ecological resource-sustainable agriculture for other regions and countries
- Serves as an essential resource for the aquaculture researcher, student, and teacher, and a practical companion for clinical veterinarians, aquaculture disease practitioners, and farmers.