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Identifier 000403902
Title Μελέτη της παρασιτικής πανίδας εκτρεφόμενου μαγιάτικου. Βιολογία, κύκλος ζωής και ποικιλότητα παρασίτων
Alternative Title Study of parasitic fauna of farmed greater amberjack. Biology, life cycle and diversity of parasites
Author Σεϊμένης, Νίκος Α.
Thesis advisor Παυλίδης, Μιχάλης
Reviewer Καθάριος, Παντελής
Πουλακάκης, Νικόλαος
Abstract The farmed greater amberjack (Seriola dumerili), like other species of farmed fish are vulnerable to microbial pathogens that include bacteria, viruses and parasites. The most important pathogens are parasites. Indeed, the monogenean Zeuxapta seriolae causes serious mortalities and threatens the viability of the culture of greater amberjack. The object of this work was to study the parasitic fauna of farmed greater amberjack to obtain the necessary information that will enable us in the future to implement effective management strategies for these parasites. Emphasis was given to the monogenean Zeuxapta seriolae as it is the main pathological problem. The biology and microecology of this species in outbreak periods in culture as well as the pathology causing the to host was studied. This study is organized into three independent chapters where the biology, morphology and cycle of the parasite life, microecology on the preferences that the parasite has in the selection of gills and pathology inflicted upon their hosts are presented.
Language Greek
Subject Aquaculture
Greater amberjack
Monogenean parasites
Seriola dumerili
Zeuxapta seriolae
Μονογενή παράσιτα
Issue date 2016-11-18
Collection   Faculty/Department--Faculty of Sciences and Engineering--Department of Biology--Post-graduate theses
  Type of Work--Post-graduate theses
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