publication . Article . 1993

Investigation on the infection of Capoeta capoeta with Clinonstomum and its life cycle in the Shirrod River

Malek, Masoomeh;
Open Access Persian
  • Published: 01 Jan 1993
Abstract
This is the first report on the C. capoeta infestation with C. complanatum. 112 fish sampled and surveyed for the likely infection with C. complanatum. Using the length group, extent of contamination, sex, infected organs and number of parasites in each organ, various graphs prepared. It was concluded that female Fish were the most infected with decreasing precent of infestation as the body length increased.Gill cavity and pharynx were demonstrated to be the main contaminated areas and ten parasite per fish was the greatest number recorded. Contaminated organs were subject to pathologycal studies. Since birds are the end host sepearted metacer cares were fed to ...
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free text keywords: Fisheries, Health, Length, Fish, Gill, Parasites, Pathological, Investigation, C. capoeta, C. complanatum, Capoeta capoeta, Shirrod River, Tonekabon city, Mazandaran Province, Iran, greatest, mature, subject, Fisheries, Health, lcsh:Agriculture, lcsh:S, lcsh:Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling, lcsh:SH1-691
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