Reproductive and early life stages pathology - Histopathology workshop report
Pathology occurring during reproduction and larval development represents an important part of the life cycle of fish, and the diseases that affect eggs and larvae often result in significant losses. However, mortality during this period is frequently ignored or poorly researched as the temptation is to replace the losses rather than investigate the causes. A histopathology workshop organised at the newly refurnished laboratory within the Danish Veterinary School was an opportunity to discuss the pathology of selected diseases associated with Reproductive and Early Life Stages Pathology. Several people also kindly provided reference slides.
|Reproductive and early life stages pathology - Histopathology workshop report
|D.W. Bruno, B. Nowak, Diane G. Elliott
|Bulletin of the European Association of Fish Pathologists
|USGS Publications Warehouse
|Western Fisheries Research Center