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Aquaculture for Veterinarians: Fish Husbandry and Medicine

$95.00

$95.00

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Diseases of Cultured Penaeid Shrimp in Asia and the United States

$85.00

$85.00

3.00

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Bacterial Diseases of Fish   

$110.00

$110.00

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Bacterial Fish Pathgens: Disease in Farmed and Wild Fish, 2nd Edition

$165.00

$165.00

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Bluebook: Suggested Procedures for the Detection and Identification of Certain Finfish and Shellfish Pathogens, 4th Edition

$95.00

$95.00

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Textbook of Fish Health

$49.00

$49.00

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Water Quality and the Early Life Stages of Fishes

$44.00

$44.00  

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Diseases Diagnosis and Control in North American Marine Aquaculture

$160.00

$160.00

3.00

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Diseases Processes in Marine Bivalve Molluscs

$55.00

$55.00

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Fish Diseases: Volumes I and III

$188.00

$188.00

3.00

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Fish Diseases-A Refresher Course for Veterinarians

$109.00

$109.00

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Fish Medicine

$155.00

$155.00

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Fish Vaccination

$59.00

$59.00

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Fish Viruses and Fish Viral Diseases

$89.00

$89.00

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Fish Immunology

$25.00

$25.00

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Handbook of Fish Diseases

$35.00

$35.00

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A Handbook of Normal Penaeid Shrimp Histology

$47.00

$47.00

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Handbook of Shrimp Diseases

$2.00

$2.00

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Handbook of Trout & Salmon Diseases

$55.00

$55.00

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Histology Atlas: Normal Structure of Salmonids

$85.00

$85.00

1.00

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Infectious Diseases of Fish

$120.00

$120.00

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Invertebrates in Aquaculture: Refresher Course for Veterinarians

$45.00

$45.00

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B-inve-a

The Manual of Fish Health

$29.00

$29.00

1.00

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Marine Fish Parasitology

$89.00

$89.00

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Modulators of Fish Immune Responses, Vol 1: Models fo Environmental Toxicology, Biomarkers and Immunostimulators

$70.00

$70.00

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Mollusc Diseases: Guide for the Shellfish Farmer

$19.00

$19.00

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Pathobioloby of Marine and Esturine Organisms

$95.00

$95.00

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Pathology in Marine Science

$98.00

$98.00

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Principal Diseases of Marine Fish and Shellfish: Vol 1- Diseases of Marine Fish, 2nd Edition

$119.00

$119.00

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Principal Diseases of Marine Fish and Shellfish: Vol 2-Diseases of Shellfish, 2nd Edition

$119.00

$119.00

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Parasitic Protozoa, Vol. 8 Protozoa of Fish, 2nd EDT.

$125.00

$125.00

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Protozoan parasites of Fishes

$219.00

$219.00

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Systemic Pathology of Fish

$85.00

$85.00

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Techniques in Immunology, Vol1 An Introduction

$70.00

$70.00

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Techniques in Immunology, Vol 2-Recent Advances and Methods for Cell Isolotion, Purification and Culture

$70.00

$70.00

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Techniques in Immunology, Vol3-High Technology, Immunological and Pathological Techniques

$70.00

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Techniques in Immunology, IV. Aquatic Invertebrates

$70.00

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AQUACULTURE FOR VETERINARIANS: FISH HUSBANDRY AND MEDICINE

Edited by Brown, L. 1994

This important text serves as the vanguard of future veterinary approaches to health care in aquaculture. There is a great need for students and practicing veterinarians to master the basic principles of their work specifically as it relates to these aquatic animals. This text ensures that such basics are available in one practical and readable handbook. The first of two sections deals with principles and approaches to aquaculture, such as: Basic Anatomy and Physiology; Basic Husbandry on Fish Farms; Aquaculture Systems; Environmental Aspects of Aquaculture: Principles of Disease Diagnosis, Disease, Therapy and Nutrition in Aquaculture; and Anesthesia. The second section contains specific information of use to veterinarians and fish health care specialists working in particular regions of the world. It includes: Veterinary Approach to Salmon Farming, Trout, Channel Catfish, Marine Prawn Farming, Carp, Eels, Turbot Farming, Halibut, Cod, Ornamental Fish, Sea-Bass, Sea-Bream, and Veterinary Approach to Game Fish. Highly recommended for all veterinarians and fish health care specialists. Hardbound, 447 pages, extensive illustrations & figures.

B-AQUA-VFH Price $189.00

 

BACTERIAL DISEASES OF FISH

Edited by: Roberts, R.J., Bromage, N.R. & Inglis, V. 1993

Under the stewardship of the world’s leading fish pathologist, Prof. Ronald Roberts, the greatest fish pathologists have been assembled as contributors to this vital reference work. Illuminating chapters on infections caused by the cytophagea, enterobacteria, vibrio spp, pasteruelli spp, pseudomonas spp, gram positive fish pathogens, acid-fast fish pathogens, rickettsias and chlamydias are presented alongside 36 full color plates, 61 bw illustrations and 32 info-packed tables. The text is very useful in conjunction with microscopic examinations of tissue preparations. The bacterial diseases of principal freshwater and marine species under cold and warm water culture, as well as diseases of ornamental species, are addressed along with definitive identification techniques and treatments. This book will be a valuable companion volume to FISH PATHOLOGY, also by Prof. Ronald Roberts (B-FISH-PA). Of enormous significance to all concerned with fish health management. Hardbound, 312 pages.

B-BACT-DF Price $110.00

 

BACTERIAL FISH PATHOGENS: DISEASE IN FARMED AND WILD FISH, 2nd Edition

Edited by: Austin, B. & Austin, D.A. 1994

In the tradition of their previous original work this team of renowned fish pathologists provide their readership with a new text addressing the pressing problems and questions of disease in farmed and wild fish populations. With nearly two decades of direct responsibility for tracking the health and care of captive fish and wild fish, the information quality of this team brings the reader close to perfect understanding of modern principles and practices of disease diagnosis, monitoring, treatment and management. Our renewed, best recommendation. Hardbound, 378 pages, extensive illustrations & figures.

B-BACT-FPDF P P rice $165.00

 

BLUEBOOK: SUGGESTED PROCEDURES FOR THE DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF CERTAIN FINFISH AND SHELLFISH PATHOGENS, 4th Edition

Edited by Thoesen, J.C. 1994

This is the official Blue Book of the American Fisheries Society (AFS), Fish Health Section. It is the standard fish health diagnostic manual in use nationwide and worldwide by AFS Certified Pathologists and diagnostic laboratories. The Blue Book stipulates Standard Inspection Procedures for monitoring fish populations and for compiling data to support the issuance of Disease Free Certification. Sections include: General Sampling Procedures, Bacterial Diseases of Fish, Viral Diseases of Fishes, Parasitic Diseases of Fishes, Mycotic Diseases of Fishes, Diseases of Shellfish. It is literally the most comprehensive manual available, specifying for each pathogen the Geographical Range, Host Species, Epizootiology, Disease Signs, Presumptive and Confirmatory Diagnosis, Procedures for Detecting Subclinical Infections or Prior Exposure, and Procedures for Transportation of Samples. Includes a newly instituted Revisions Section, for insertion of updated information from the Bluebook Committee. Strongly recommended for all fish and invertebrate pathologists, diagnosticians, fish health care specialists, and aquaculturists requiring disease inspection. Special 3-ring binder, 200 pages, 37 figures, 29 bw plates.

B-BLUE-SPD Price $95.00

 

TEXTBOOK OF FISH HEALTH

Post, G. 1987

One of the most direct and comprehensive volumes on fish health and disease. Exceptionally well written and easy to understand. Featured in fish health training programs nation-wide, it is a popular manual for teaching and for reference use by aquaculturists and practicing fish health specialists. Covers bacterial, viral, parasitic, and non-infectious disease. Includes helpful necropsy methodology. An authoritative, colorfully illustrated reference work. Hardbound, 288 pages, 300 color plates.

B-TEXT-FH Price $49.00

WATER QUALITY AND THE EARLY LIFE STAGES OF FISHES

Edited by: Fuiman, L.A., 1993.

The early life stages of fishes (embryos, larvae, and early juveniles) are critical to fish population dynamics, and yet fishes in these stages suffer a variety of adverse interactions, ranging from exposure to toxic chemicals and habitat degradation to powerplant entrainment. This volume represents a selection of presentations from the A.F.S. Larval Fish Conference, "Environmental Quality and the Early Life Stages of Fishes". Organized into three major sections: laboratory and field studies, methodology, and management issues. This valuable reference provides a thorough yet concise overview of impacts of water quality, including contaminants and naturally varying biotic and abiotic conditions on fishes. It further studies ways of measuring those impacts and mitigating losses. Individual contributions explore water quality effects on biochemistry, developmental anomalies, pathology, behavior, survival, and population dynamics. Softbound, 192 pages.

B-WATE-QEL Price $44.00

 

DISEASE DIAGNOSIS AND CONTROL IN NORTH AMERICAN MARINE AQUACULTURE

Edited by: Sindermann, J., Lightner, D. 1988

Contains the most up-to-date information on disease and disease treatments in North American marine aquaculture. Comprehesive chapters chapters characterize crustacean, molluscan, fish, and marine turtle diseases. Additional sections provide extensive overviews of chemotherapy and vaccines. Includes an extensive reference to literature, manuals, reviews, and informative bibliographies. Don t miss this worthwhile edition! Hardbound, 426 pages, 280 illustrations.

B-DISE-DCNA Price $160.00

 

FISH DISEASES: VOLUMES I AND III

Schaperclaus, Wilhelm 1991

As William Shakespeare is to literary excellence, Wilhelm Schaperclaus is to fish disease. This is an exceptional quality translation of the newly revised 5th edition of the classic Schaperclaus treatise on fin fish diseases. It updates the newest methods of diagnosis and therapy. The learned father of fish health management discusses in Volume I, the causes, development and prevention of fin fish diseases, general diagnosis, including water quality analysis, sampling and preparation for dispatch. The routine methods of skin, gill and internal organ sampling are clearly explained, as are the most modern techniques for parasitological, hematological, serological, histological and histochemical, bacteriological and virological diagnosis. The last portion of volume I and a significant portion of volume II address the prophylaxis and therapy of individual diseases originating from pathogens affecting the principal fin fish under cultivation. A separate part deals with diseases of nonpathogenic origin, including environmental stresses, poisoning, nutritional deficiency, hereditary and neoplastic disease.

As a foreign text, this is one of the few, major monographs on fish disease to delineate the pharmaco-chemical basis of therapeutics without limitations. Aall concerned with fin fish disease, be it freshwater or marine, temperate or tropical, edible or ornamental, will find this newly revised classic enhancing and rewarding. Hardbound, 1,398 pages, 479 illustrations including 31 color plates, extensive bibliographies.

B-FISH-D-SET Price $188.00

 

Fish Diseases- A Refresher Course for Veterinarians

Edited by Bryden, D.I, 1988

The popular text is a highly readable self-contained training course on fish diseases. It focuses on fish health, disease diagnosis and treatment, drug therapy for bacterial disease, vaccination, anesthesia, and food quality. Written by 18 fish health specialists as a "Refresher Course for Veterinarians, including: H.W. Ferguson’s Review of Fish Diseases, J.S. Langdon’s Investigatory approaches to Fish Kills, Environment and Management Factors in Diseases of Fish. Coverage extends to all aquaculture species and the ornamental fishery. Professional quality and practical approach makes this a valuable tool for everyone concerned with fish health. Softbound, 635 pages, 24 illustrations, 110 tables & figures.

B-FISH-DIS Price $109.00

 

FISH MEDICINE

Stoskopf,M.K, 1992

Argent Laboratories hails this vitally important new treatise as the "Bible of Fish Health." Fish Medicine revolutionizes the science of fish health management, it presents a unification of fish health disciplines while it teaches traditional veterinary approaches to fish medical management. Unlike any other publication, it brings together the medical arts for species of ornamentation and for species of food fisheries and aquaculture. This winning combination is the basis for the resounding success of the book and its status as "state of the art" on fish medicine. Readers of Fish Medicine will benefit from the insight and experience of 48 leading aquatic medicine professionals. All text is fully illustrated, referenced and complete with extensive appendices on fish diagnostic laboratories, chemotherapeutics, scientific conversions, common and scientific names, and comprehensive lists of sources for drugs and medical supplies. Hardbound, 20 cm x 26 cm, 1,216 pages, 402 line and 313 halftone illustrations, 245 bw plates.

B-FISH-MED Price $145.00

 

FISH PATHOLOGY

Roberts, R.J. 1989

From the knowledgeable and distinguished Scottish fish pathologist, Ronald J. Roberts we are pleased to offer the latest edition of this definitive text. Since publication of the first edition in 1978, Scottish fish farming has made great strides, and the experience is reflected in an unparalleled professional insight into fish pathology, physiology, immunology, virology, and parasitology. Great insight is developed into the complex problems of farmed fish health, such as nutritional pathology, mycology, non-infectious diseases, pathophysiology and adverse biological conditions. No fish health lab can be complete without this information. Hardbound, 466 pages, 11color & 465 bw plates, 45

Illustrations.

B-FISH-PA Price $227.00

 

FISH VACCINATION

Edited by: Ellis, A. 1988

Each of nineteen authors present a specialized analysis of fish vaccination, specific to their expertise. The first five authors deal with principals of vaccination and the remaining provide a comprehensive overview of actual vaccination practices. Provides an overview of factors affecting the immune responsiveness of fish. A valuable resource for all involved in fish health. Hardbound, 255 pages, 18 illustrations, 20 tables.

B-FISH-VA Price $54.00

 

FISH VIRUSES AND FISH VIRAL DISEASES

Wolf, K 1988

This is "the" book on fish virology. This "work of a lifetime" text authoritatively sets forth the principles of modern virology as applied to fish viral diseases. The author’s insight is well developed in each section, drawing from decades of experience as the principal virologist for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. The book commences with a historical introduction highlighting key scientists and precedes to fully describe viral diseases of: catfish, eels, carp, and salmonids. A treatise recognized as a necessity for all. Hardbound, 480 pages, 150 illustrations, 20 tables.

B-FISH-VFVD Price $89.00

 

FISH IMMUNOLOGY

Anderson, D. 1974

This original text draws from the author’s many years of research within the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. It now serves as a clearly written, logically presented primer on fish immunology. Dr. Anderson traces the historical development of fish immunology. The text characterizes the immune system of fish, types of immune response, and techniques used in the study of fish immunology. It concludes with diagnosis and prevention of disease via immunological techniques. Highly recommended as an introduction to the science of fish immunology and the function of aquatic vaccines. Softbound, 239 pages, 63 color plates, 46 illustrations.

B-FISH-IMM Price $25.00

 

HANDBOOK OF FISH DISEASES

Untergasser, D. 1989

Translated from the original German monograph and edited by Dr. Herbert Axelrod, the handbook is a complete volume both elementary, with easily read methodology, and beautiful with illustrations in full color. The reader encounters unique flow diagrams and photographs to assist in disease diagnosis. Excellent color plates of disease pathogens, afflicted tissues and organs, allow side by side comparisons with the readers microscopic examination of organelles and smears. Separate chapters on drug therapy as well as pharmacopeia. An invaluable aid in disease diagnosis and control for aquaculturists, ornamental fish keepers, and fish health specialists. Hardbound, 155 pages,

210 color plates.

B-HAND-FDI Price $35.00

A HANDBOOK OF NORMAL PENAEID SHRIMP HISTOLOGY

Bell, T., Lightner, D. 1989

This superbly illustrated atlas allows for macro & microscopic examination of shrimp and the determination of shrimp disease. This text is most helpful in the positive identification of pathogenic conditions in shrimp, shrimp tissues and histological sections. A critical reference for all shrimp health care specialists and pathologists. Softbound, 114 pages, 230 illustrations.

HAND-NPSH Price $47.00

 

HANDBOOK OF SHRIMP DISEASES

Johnson, S. 1989

Fully illustrated text unsurpassed in utility and brevity. Produced by Texas A & M Extension Health Specialist for use by penaeid shrimp culturists and diagnosticians. High quality micrographs of common pathogens and abnormalities are shown with helpful illustrations and easy to understand text. Softbound 25 pages, 53 illustrations.

 

B-HAND- SD Price $2.00

HANDBOOK OF TROUT & SALMON DISEASES

Roberts, R., Shepherd, C. 1986

This classic handbook has been recently updated to include the discovery of new diseases and improved diagnostic methods. It covers the culture, anatomy, and husbandry of salmonids with regard to health care and disease. Popularized by easy access to straight-forward information and practices, it includes all aspects of caring for and treating eggs, sacfry, early feeding fry, growers, marine farmed fish, and nutritional disease. Hardbound, 230 pages, 143 illustrations, 12 color plates.

B-HAND-TSD Price $55.00

 

HEALTH MAINTENANCE OF CULTURED FISHES: PRINCIPAL MICROBIAL DISEASES

Plumb, J.A. 1994

An important and timely publication of excellent quality covering the principles and practices of fish health maintenance for warmwater, temperate and coldwater finfishes. This respected author takes as his thesis, the fact that many common diseases may not be separable from the culture habitat, an approach that makes the text useful in a practical production setting. Part 1 Health Maintenance, includes: Principles of Health Maintenance, Epizootiology of Fish Diseases, Pathology; Part 2 Viral Disease; Part 3 Bacterial Disease; all are inclusive of: catfish (Ictaluridae), carps and minnows (Cyprinidae), eels (Anguillidae), Pike (Esocidae), Trout and Salmon (Salmonidae), Sturgeon (Acipenseridae), Walleye (Percidae). A total of 18 chapters provide state-of-the-art analysis of diagnosis, prevention practices, and treatment of fish diseases. A most readable account suitable for use at all levels of health care, aquaculture production and management. Hardbound, 254 pages, 60 illustrations, 31 tables.

B-HEAL-MCF Price $98.00

HISTOLOGY ATLAS: NORMAL STRUCTURE OF SALMONIDS

Amin, A.B., Mortensen, L. & Poppe,T. 1992

From the prestigious Akvapatologisk Laboratorium in Bodo, Norway this is the long awaited International Edition. In English, translated from Norwegian, it is both an atlas of microscopic structure and a teaching tool explaining in diagrammatic fashion the characteristics and function of salmonid tissue systems, organs, and cells. With the international salmonid culture community in mind, the authors have thoughtfully translated the legends of each of the 116 color plates into four languages, viz. English, German, French, and Spanish. Chapters include:

Cells & Supportive Tissue, Respiratory System, Skin & Scales, Cardiovascular System, Hematopoietic Tissue, Blood & Lymph, Digestive System, Kidneys, Endocrine System, Gonads, Nervous System, Sensory Organs. Appendix - Histological Laboratory Methods, Staining Methods, Measurement Techniques. An essential text for pathologists, fish health specialists and veterinarians worldwide. Hardbound, 222 pp., 116 color plates, 30 figures.

B-ATLA-SH Price $85.00

INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF FISH

Egusa, S. 1992

Recently translated from the Japanese manuscript, this treatise explores the significant infectious diseases of finfish. In depth sections on viruses, bacteria, fungi, flagellates, ciliates, myxosporidians, and microsporidians are presented in a logical approach. Symptomology, pathology, pathogen, epizootiology and actual treatments are presented for each disease allowing rapid deployment of therapy and countermeasures by field workers. A special chapter is included on diseases on unknown etiology, e.g. Carp ulcer disease and ulcerative dermal necrosis of salmonids. The volume concludes with several large appendices on newest findings on diseases caused by trematodes, nematodes, cestodes, acanthocephalans and crustaceans. An excellent in-depth treatise. Hardbound, 696 pages, 349 illustrations, 26 color plates, 57 tables.

B-INFE-DF Price $120.00

INVERTEBRATES IN AQUACULTURE: REFRESHER COURSE FOR VETERINARIANS

Edited by: McCormack, G.B. 1989

This one-of-a-kind text is a teaching and working reference manual for crustacean health management. Written by five expert Veterinary specialists it presents a detailed pictorial overview of invertebrate aquaculture methods and the anatomy of key species. Case studies of Penaeid prawn health add to the practical and scientific approach to this thorough treatise. Information and training materials are accurate, detailed and highly useable. As one of the few texts of its kind it has our best recommendation for all. Softbound, 266 pages.

B-INVE-A Price $45.00

 

THE MANUAL OF FISH HEALTH

Andrews, C., Exell, A. Carrington,N. 1989

Used by many on a daily basis. Written by the Assistant Curator of the London Zoo Aquarium, and his colleagues. This book has attained top status among aquarium keepers and health specialists. Top quality graphics and color plates makes each selection well suited to introductory training in the principles of water quality and health maintenance in close system culture and aquaria. Highest recommendation. Hardbound, 224 pages, 75 illustrations, 150 color pates, 14 tables.

B-MANU-FH Price $29.00

 

MARINE FISH PARASITOLOGY

Grabda, J. 1991

From the esteemed parasitologist of the Academy of Agriculture in Szczecn, Poland, this translated English edition is the definitive text. Presented in three sections, Introduction to Marine Fish Parasitology, Systemic Descriptions, and Parasitic Diseases of Fish in Mariculture; the text includes identification of fish parasites, biology and lifecycle, common invasion pathways and relationships within food chains. This expanded edition incorporates new data from global sources, it contributes numerous new species previously undocumented, and provides a unique examination of parasites in mariculture. Outstanding technical attributes combine with superb biological and photographic illustration to rate our highest recommendation. Hardbound, 306 pages, 83 bw plates, 140 illustrations.

B-MARI-FPA Price $89.00

 

MODULATORS OF FISH IMMUNE RESPONSES, VOL. I: MODELS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY, BIOMARKERS AND IMMUNOSTIMULATORS

Edited by: Stolen, J.S. & Fletcher, T.C. 1994

This publication consists of papers given at a workshop on Modulators of Fish Immune Responses held in Brechenridge, Colorado. The subject matter ranged from the use of fish as sensitive indicators of environmental contaminants to research, more basic in nature. Non-immunoglobulin-mediated (innate) immunity was one of the key topics. Assays for the detection of xenobiotic influences and immunostimulators are evaluated in detail. This work includes invertebrate phagocyte production of detectable responses, such as, superoxide. An exciting new frontier is opened by this group of accomplished immunologists. Softbound, 252 pages, extensive figures.

B-MODU-FIR Price $70.00

 

MOLLUSC DISEASES: GUIDE FOR THE SHELLFISH FARMER

Elston, R. 1990

An excellent guide avidly illustrated with black and white photographs, this monograph provides shellfish farmers with current information on the most notable diseases of oysters: MSX, velar virus, seaside haplosporidiosis, nocardiosis, bonamiasis, marteiliasis, and gill disease. Includes the less documented diseases of molluscs, rickettsia and Malpeque Bay disease, and diseases of Abalone. Provides sufficient information, comparative photography, and graphically illustrated pen and ink anatomical prints to allow disease identification and treatment. Valuable information on preventing and managing disease in the hatchery is presented with referral listings of shellfish pathologists and diagnostic services. Softbound, 73 pages, 30 illustrations.

B-MOLL-DGSF Price $ 19.00

 

PATHOBIOLOGY OF MARINE AND ESTUARINE ORGANISMS

Edited by: Couch, J.A. & Fournie, J.W., 1993. This excellent new book provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of aquatic animal pathobiology covering infectious and non-infectious diseases of vertebrates, such as marine mammals and fishes, in addition to diseases of invertebrates, such as crustacea, mollusks, and lower phyla. It provides critical information on viral, fungal, bacterial, parasitic, and neoplastic diseases of fish and invertebrates. Written by top-notch experts in the field who emphasize the important effects of pollution on marine mammals. This volume contains excellent illustrations and is a valuable tool for marine biologists, aquatic toxicologists, fisheries biologists, aquaculturists, fish and invertebrate pathologists. Hardbound, 552 pages, 84 illustrations, 28 tables.

B-PATH-MEO Price $95.00

 

PATHOLOGY IN MARINE SCIENCE

Edited by: Perkins, A., Cheng, T. 1989

Infectious and noninfectious diseases are being recognized as major causes of morbidity among marine species in natural and culture environments animals. This book contributes a comprehensive study of diseases in molluscs, crustaceans, finfish and other estuarine animal groups caused by viral, microbial, parasitic, and chemical agents. This will be an invaluable reference book for all marine scientists and pathologists interested in environmental and disease interactions. Hardbound, 538 pages, 250 illustrations, 133 tables.

B-PATH-MS Price $98.00

 

PRINCIPAL DISEASES OF MARINE FISH AND SHELLFISH:

VOL. I - DISEASES OF MARINE FISH, 2nd Edition

Sindermann, J. 1990

An exceptional up-to-date review of diseases of cultured, captive and wild stocks of marine fishes documenting infectious and noninfectious diseases. High quality illustrations and detailed photomicrographs highlight the text. Extensive bibliographies complete this most comprehensive treatise on marine fish diseases A must for aquaculturists and fishery specialists. Hardbound, 499 pages, 80 illustrations.

B-PRIN-DMFS1 Price $119.00

 

VOL. 2 - DISEASES OF SHELLFISH, 2nd Edition

Sindermann, J. 1990

Long awaited new volume in the series provides new treatise on microbial pathogens and animal parasites. Comprehensive analysis and review of disease in captive and cultured populations. Addresses noninfectious disease, pollution-associated disease, and problems of public health significance.. A must for aquaculturists and fishery scientists. Hardbound, 516 Pages, 130 Illustrations.

B PRIN-DMFS2 Price $119.00

 

PARASITIC PROTOZOA, VOL. 8, PROTOZOA OF FISH, 2ND EDT.

Edited by: Kreier, J.P. 1994

This renowned series dedicated an entire volume to the parasitic protozoa of fish. The series has established itself as a leading-edge forum for up-to-date findings useful to the growing number of veterinarians and laboratory professionals engaged in fish health care and disease diagnosis. This volume gives comprehensive coverage to the topic with contributions from the foremost specialists on fish parasitology. Hardbound, 316 pages, premium quality illustrations, extensive figures & tables.

B-PARA-P8 Price $125.00

 

PROTOZOAN PARASITES OF FISHES

Lom, J. & Dykova, I. 1992

A detailed volume, providing fundamental information on protozoans adapted for life inside of or on the surface of commercially important fishes. Protozoal taxonomy, biology and relation to the host, be they cultured, wild or ornamental fish species, are detailed. Most publications

on fish diseases have only limited sections on the important genera of protozoan parasites (e.g. Schaperclaus - Fish Diseases or Roberts - Fish Pathology). Herein are covered the taxonomic groups Flagellates, Amoebae, Apicomplexans, Microsporidia, Myxospridia, Ciliates, and miscellaneous genera/species. The final chapter provides A Checklist of Protozoan Parasites Infecting Commercially Important Fishes (Cultured, Captive, Ornamental). Brings together in one volume all that is known on the subject. Suitable for fish health specialists, aquaculturists and individuals concerned with fish quality assurance. Hardbound, 315 pages, 119 illustrations.

B-PROT-PF Price $219.00

SYSTEMIC PATHOLOGY OF FISH

Ferguson, H.W. 1989

From the director of the world renowned Fish Pathology Laboratory, University of Guelph. Introduces comparative pathology for analysis of systemic disease in Teleost fishes. The reader is instructed in the impact of disease in each tissue system [ gills skin, kidney, liver, cardiovascular, endocrine] via a well crafted presentation of comparative pathology and diagnostic photomicroscopy. Superb illustrations of gross symptoms and histological features, are enhanced by direct examination of morphological features via electron-photomicroscopy. An essential reference. Hardbound, 274 pages, 350 bw & 1 color plate.

B-SYST-PFTAC Price $85.00

 

VOLUMES I-IV

Edited by: Stolen, J.S., Fletcher, T.C., Anderson, D.P., Kaattari, S.L., Rowley, A.F., Zelikoff, J.T., Smith, S.A.

This remarkable series has emerged as a leading international forum for this exciting new field. It started as a laboratory techniques manual, now it has gained world acclaim for its pioneering approach to basic and applied sciences of aquatic animal health and environmental quality.

Applications to Aquaculture - The series primary team of experts includes fish pathologists, interested in using the immunological assays for fish disease diagnosis and for stimulating the immune response to prevent disease. In their efforts to improve production, biologists and fish culturists have used the series to stay abreast of important findings and applications to aquaculture.

Applications to the Allied Sciences - Now in its fourth volume, a true paradigm shift is underway, with this exciting series gaining wide acclaim worldwide. It has captured great interest from ecologists concerned about measuring the modulations of the fishes’ immune response due to pollutants in the environment. Comparative immunologists and cell biologists are using and contributing to the series on a global basis. Importantly, Volume 4 breaks new ground with a specialized monograph dedicated to techniques in Crustacean immunology.

VOLUME 1 - AN INTRODUCTION

1991, Softbound, 222 pages, 65 illustrations, 49 figures.

B-TECH-FIM Price $70.00

VOL. II - RECENT ADVANCES AND METHODS FOR CELL ISOLATION, PURIFICATION AND CULTURE

1992, Softbound, 211 pages.

B-TECH-FI2 Price $70.00

VOL. III - HIGH TECHNOLOGY, IMMUNOLOGICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES

1994, Softbound, 210 pages.

B-TECH-FI3 Price $70.00

VOL. IV - AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES

1995 In Press

B-TECH-FI4 Price $70.00

 

                                                   

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