Aquaculture Pathophysiology

Aquaculture Pathophysiology

Volume I. Finfish Diseases

1st Edition - August 1, 2022

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  • Editors: Frederick S.B. Kibenge, Bernardo Baldisserotto, Roger Sie-Maen Chong
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780128122112

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Aquaculture Pathophysiology, Volume I. Finfish Diseases is a diverse, practical reference on finfish diseases impacting aquaculture. It is intended for the veterinarian, fish health biologist or extensionist, fish pathologist and fish health diagnostician supporting the management of major and emerging infectious and non-infectious health risks for the key temperate, subtropical and tropical finfish species of commercial and fisheries importance. This volume should be read in partnership with volume 2 on shellfish diseases as the principles and approach to the diagnosis and management of aquacultured animal species are similar and typically researchers, teachers, students, diagnostic laboratory scientists, aquaculture technicians and farmers need to be competent across both finfish and shellfish health issues.

Key Features

  • A focus on the disease process of major or emerging viral, bacterial, fungal, and parasitic infections affecting aquacultured finfish species e.g. salmonids, carp, tilapia, eel, barramundi
  • A focus on important or emerging environmental, nutritional, genetic, deformity, toxicological, endocrine disruption and neoplastic diseases in finfish
  • A review of the immunology of finfish relevant to a practical understanding of disease diagnosis and management
  • An overview of laboratory diagnostic methods relevant to detection of finfish diseases
  • Concise discussion on the diverse risk factors of finfish diseases and options for their control

Readership

Researchers, teachers, students, diagnostic laboratory staff, clinical veterinarians, aquaculture disease practitioners, biologists, farmers, and all those in industry, government or academia who are interested in aquaculture, fisheries and comparative biology

Table of Contents

  • 1. Descriptions of Major Farmed Aquatic Animal Species
    Frederick S.B. Kibenge
    2. An introduction to global aquaculture
    Rohana Padmabandu Subasinghe
    3. General Introduction of Pathophysiology of Finfish, Crustacea and Mollusks
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong

    SECTION I. FINFISH DISEASES
    4. Finfish Laboratory Methods
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    5. Finfish Disease Terminology
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    6. Fish Immunology
    Tomonori Somamoto and Teruyuki Nakanishi

    SECTION II. VIRAL DISEASES
    7. Cardiomyopathy Syndrome
    Janina Z. Costa, Kim D. Thompson and Tharangani Kaushallya Herath
    8. Eel Herpesvirus
    Pen Heng Chang
    9. Heart and Skeletal Muscle Inflammation
    Janina Z. Costa, Tharangani Kaushallya Herath and Kim D. Thompson
    10. Infectious Hematopoietic Necrosis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    11. Infectious pancreatic necrosis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    12. Infectious Salmon Anemia
    Stephen Beresford Pyecroft and Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    13. Japanese eel endothelial cell-infecting virus
    Pen Heng Chang
    14. Koi Herpesvirus Disease
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    15. Lymphocystis Virus Disease
    Donatella Volpatti and Sara Ciulli
    16. Megalocytivirus in ornamental fish
    Joy A. Becker, Paul Morgan Hick and Cahya Kurnia Fusianto
    17. Salmon Alphavirus and Pancreas Disease
    Kim D. Thompson and Tharangani Kaushallya Herath
    18. Red sea bream iridoviral disease
    Khumaira Puspasari and Zakiyah Widowati
    19. Spring viremia of carp 
    Stephen Beresford Pyecroft
    20. Tasmanian Salmon Reovirus (AqRV)
    Sandra Catherine Zainathan and Graeme Knowles
    21. Tilapia lake virus
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    22. Viral encephalopathy and retinopathy
    Pen Heng Chang and Rolando V. Pakingking Jr.
    23. Viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus
    Tae Sung Jung and Jassy Mary Lazarte

    SECTION III. BACTERIAL DISEASES
    24. Aeromoniasis
    Pantelis Katharios
    25. Bacterial kidney disease
    Arni Kristmundsson
    26. Edwardsiellosis
    Rolando V. Pakingking Jr. and Vuong Viet Nguyen
    27. Epitheliocystis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    28. Flavobacteriosis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    29. Francisellosis in tilapia and other warm water fish
    Khalid Shahin and Alexandra Adams
    30. Furunculosis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    31. Mycobacteriosis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    32. Nocardiosis
    Shih-Chu Chen and Pei-Chi Wang
    33. Pasteurellosis - Photobacteriosis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    34. Piscirickettsia salmonis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    35. Streptococcosis
    Shih-Chu Chen, Pei-Chi Wang and Shun Maekawa
    36. Vibriosis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong

    SECTION IV. PARASITIC DISEASES
    37. Amoebic gill disease
    Carolina Fernandez and Rachel Chance
    38. Amyloodinium ocellatum
    Paola Beraldo and Michela Massimo
    39. Chilodonella and Brooklynella infections
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    40. Ich infection
    Khumaira Puspasari, Insariani Insariani and Louise von Gersdorff Jorgensen
    41. Cryptocaryon irritans infection
    Sophie Fridman
    42. Infection with Gyrodactylus salaris
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    43. Monogenean Infections
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    44. Myxozoan infections
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    45. Sea lice
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    46. Digenetic Trematode infections
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    47. Tetrahymenosis and scuticociliatosis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    48. Trypanosomiasis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    49. Whirling disease
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong

    SECTION V. FUNGAL DISEASES
    50. Epizootic ulcerative syndrome
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    51. Ichthyophoniasis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    52. Microsporidian infections
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    53. Saprolegniasis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong

    SECTION VI. NUTRITIONAL DISEASES
    54. Amino acid deficiency and toxicity
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    55. Anti-nutritional factors in plant-based feeds
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    56. Fatty acid deficiency, fatty liver, liver lipoid disease and toxic non-essential fatty acid
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    57. Fungal toxins in feedstuffs
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    58. Investigating ill thrift in yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi
    Frances J. Stephens, Gavin Partridge, Jenny Hill and Erica Starling
    59. Mineral deficiency and toxicity
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    60. Vitamin deficiency and toxicity
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong

    SECTION VII. ENVIRONMENTAL DISEASES
    61. Ammonia
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    62. Carbon dioxide
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    63. Chlorine Toxicity
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    64. Chronic diseases of the lateral line organ in fish
    Pantelis Katharios
    65. Endocrine disruption in fish
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    66. Gas Bubble disease
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    67. Harmful algal blooms
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    68. Hypoxia
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    69. Metals
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    70. Nitrite-Nitrate Toxicity
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    71. Pesticides
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong

    SECTION VIII. GENETIC AND NEOPLASTIC DISEASES
    72. Genetic Malformations
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    73. Aflatoxicosis
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    74. Chemical carcinogenic diseases
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    75. Classification of fish neoplasia
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong
    76. Oncogenic viral diseases
    Roger Sie-Maen Chong

Product details

  • No. of pages: 826
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 2022
  • Published: August 1, 2022
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780128122112

About the Editors

Frederick S.B. Kibenge

Dr. Fred Kibenge is Professor of Virology at the Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, P.E.I, Canada, where he has been Chairman of the Department of Pathology and Microbiology for several years, and teaches veterinary virology in the second year of the DVM curriculum. He has been working with animal viruses for more than 30 years in addition to prior extensive post-doctoral research experience in virology in UK and USA. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Microbiologists, ACVM (sub-specialty Immunology). He has published extensively on the detection and virology of fish viruses.

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor of Virology, Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada

Bernardo Baldisserotto

Bernardo Baldisserotto is a full professor in the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology at the Federal University of Santa Maria. He has published five books on fish physiology and fish culture, and has organized and participated in numerous other books and journal publications. Dr. Baldisserotto is editor-in-chief for the Physiology and Biochemistry section of Neotropical Ichthyology and associate editor of Fishes and the Journal of the World Aquaculture Society.

Affiliations and Expertise

Full Professor, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Federal University of Santa Maria, Santa Maria, Brazil

Roger Sie-Maen Chong

Dr. Roger Sie-Maen CHONG is a veterinary specialist in Australia and the United Kingdom (UK), with expertise in fish and shellfish pathology as applied to the health and biosecurity of aquacultured species. He is officially registered as a specialist by the Queensland Board of Veterinary Surgeons for Veterinary Aquatic Animal Health (Australia) and by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons for Fish Health and Production (UK). He is also a certified Fish Pathologist recognized by the Fish Health Section of the American Fisheries Society. Dr. Chong has worked in Hong Kong with the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation, in Queensland with the Biosecurity Queensland and is presently a research fish pathologist with the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO).

Affiliations and Expertise

Registered Veterinary Specialist of Fish Health and Production, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, UK; Registered Specialist of Veterinary Aquatic Animal Health, Queensland Veterinary Surgeons Board; Australia Veterinary Aquatic Pathologist, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Australia

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