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Salmo trutta

Salmo trutta belongs to the family Salmonidae which includes the Atlantic salmon, the charr group, grayling and the...

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Gambusia affinis

Gambusia affinis are widely used as a mosquito control agent throughout the world by being introduced into waterways in which...

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Eriocheir sinensis

Eriocheir sinensis, known most commonly as the Chinese mitten crab or Chinese river crab, is a native of coastal rivers and estuaries...

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Crassostrea gigas

The Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, is one of 20 species from the genus Crassostrea. Although endemic to Japan, C....

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Anguillicoloides crassus was first described from Anguilla japonica and Anguilla anguilla in eel farms in Japan by...

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Listeria monocytogenes

Listeria spp. are small (0.5-0.8µm), Gram-positive, coccoid to rod-shaped organisms. Listeriae are rather robust and can be...

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Trionyx sinensis

Trionyx sinensis is commonly called the Chinese soft-shelled turtle and is also known as Pelodiscus sinensis. Soft-shelled...

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Oreochromis niloticus

Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus, is one of the world’s most important food fishes. Residents along the Nile have eaten...

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infectious pancreatic necrosis

Infectious pancreatic necrosis (IPN) is a highly contagious viral disease of young fish of salmonid species held under intensive rearing...

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Clarias gariepinus

Clarias gariepinus is indigenous to the inland waters of much of Africa and is cultured commercially in about 15 African countries...

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