Diseases of aquatic organisms

The leading journal in its fiel DAO covers all aspects of disease phenomena in aquatic organisms. It strives for the highest possible quality, quick publication, and a premium standard of technical presentation. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms (DAO) is international and interdisciplinary.

The journal was founded by Professor Otto Kinne. For details consult the Guidelines for . Kamoroff C, Goldberg CS.

Using environmental DNA for early detection of amphibian chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis prior to a ranid die-off. Stimmelmayr R, Rotstein Seguel M, Gottdenker N. Since life originated in an aquatic medium, studies of disease phenomena in the wide array of aquatic taxa contribute significantly to the analysis, comprehension, prevention and treatment of diseases in general, i. Pathology and molecular analysis of Hapalotrema mistroides (Digenea: Spirorchiidae) infecting a Mediterranean loggerhead turtle Caretta caretta. Publication type, Journals.

Surveillance for zoonotic and selected pathogens in harbor seals Phoca vitulina from central California. Motivation: The speed of the reviews was very reasonable. In hindsight, the reviewers could have asked for aspects of the data be presente which would have helped with its interpretation by subsequent studies.

The aspect in point were the dates at which the disease pathogen were observed. But then it was not in the . DISEASES OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS. HUMAN OBLIGATIONS AND THE QUALITIES OF. ANIMALS TO CONSIDER WHEN DECIDING.

WHETHER TO PROTECT THEM. Many living organisms are used by humans, and many others are affected by human activities. DETECTION OF A NEW MICROSPORIDIUM PEREZIA SP. IN SHRIMPS PENAEUS MONODON AND P. INDICUS BY HISTOPATHOLOGY, IN SITU HYBRIDIZATION AND PCR Han J. Genetically Modified Organisms , Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) Libraries.

The Significance of Disease in Cultured Species. The Diseases and Pathologies of Cultured Species. Amphibians are one of the most diverse verte- brate faunas worldwide, and based on recent esti- mates, possess the greatest proportion of species threatened with extinction . The influence of transportation and acclimatization of fishes and shellfishes on their parasites and pathogens is discussed.

It has been shown that aquatic organisms lose most of their parasites during the period of establishment, but some species may remain. In most instances these are parasites with direct .