Aqua Culture Parasites and Risk of Human Health

All fish carries pathogens and parasites. Like human and different other animals, fishes suffer from the marine effects of infection and parasites. Infection or disease is a prime agent influencing fish mortality, particularly when fish are young. Fish can constrain the effects of pathogens and parasites behavioural or biochemical means and such fish are consider under regenerative biology of fishes. Interfacing factors result in low-grade infection becoming fatal diseases. Fish safeguards against sickness are Specific and nonspecific. Non-specific defences include skin and scales, and in addition, the bodily fluid layer discharged by the epidermis that traps microorganism and represses their development. If pathogens break these defences, fish can create provocative reactions that expansion the stream of blood to contaminated territories and carry white platelets that endeavour to wreck the pathogens. Resistances are specific reactions to pathogens perceived by the fish's body, and its immune responses.

  • Marine white spot disease
  • Marine velvet disease
  • Black spot disease
  • Anisakiasis
  • Piscine Tuberculosis
  • Bacterial fin-rot
  • Egtved virus

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