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- Meira-Filho, Mário Roberto Castro; Rosas, Victor Torres; Vianna, Rogério Tubino; Pereira Júnior, Joaber
- Aquaculture 2017 v.476 pp. 1-7
- Ergasilus, etc ; Mugil liza; acetic acid; adhesion; antiparasitic properties; death; drugs; ectoparasites; fish; gills; in vitro studies; in vivo studies; juveniles; mortality; toxicity; toxicity testing; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... In this study, the anti-parasitic activity of acetic acid was evaluated in vivo and in vitro in juveniles of Mugil liza. The parasites studied were the copepods Ergasilus lizae and E. versicolor and the monogenoideans Solostamenides cf. platyorchis and Ligophorus spp. To determine concentrations for use in the in vivo evaluation, and to determine the therapeutic index, a toxicity test (LC50-1h) wa ...
- Barker, D.E.; Cone, D.K.
- Aquaculture 2000 no.3/4 pp. 261-274
- Ergasilus, etc ; Monogenea; incidence; streams; water flow; velocity; pH; water temperature; wild animals; pest control; parasites; helminthiasis; Nova Scotia; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... There is a need for alternative measures to control infectious diseases among farmed fish. Chemical treatment is often associated with side effects that include parasite resistance, host damage, and pollution. To identify environmental factors that could be manipulated and thus serve as alternative controls, the relationship of stream velocity, pH, and water temperature to prevalence and abundance ...