Seasonal Occurrence of Aeromonas salmonicida Carriers
Furunculosis is one of the most economically important bacterial diseases among salmonids in fish farms, and is very often controlled by use of antibiotics and chemo-therapeutics. Sulfamerazine has generally been the drug of choice (Snieszko, 1978).
KeywordsRainbow Trout Brown Trout Fish Farm Winter Period Pacific Salmon
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