Miscellaneous pathogens 45 Candidatus Arthromitus 45 Unidentified Gram negative

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Miscellaneous pathogens 45 "Candidatus Arthromitus" 45 Unidentified Gram-negative rods 46 Characteristics of the pathogens: Gram-positive bacteria 47 Anaerobes 47 Clostridiaceae representative 48 Eubacteriaceae representative 48 Gram-positive bacteria—the "lactic acid" bacteria 49 Carnobacteriaceae representative 49 Gram-positive cocci in chains 53 General comments 53 Enterococcaceae representatives 56 Streptococcaceae representatives 58 Aerobic Gram-positive rods and cocci 63 Bacillaceae representatives 65 Corynebacteriaceae representatives 67 Coryneform bacteria 68 Micrococcaceae representative 69 Mycobacteriaceae representatives 69 Nocardiaceae representatives 73 Planococcaceae representative 78 Staphylococcaceae representatives 78 Miscellaneous Gram-positive bacterial pathogen 79 "Candidatus Arthromitus" 79 Characteristics of the pathogens: Gram-negative bacteria 81 Aeromonadaceae representatives 81 Alteromonadaceae representative 99 Campylobacteriaceae representative 100 Enterobacteriaceae representatives 101
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Contents vii Flavobacteriaceae representatives 112 Francisellaceae representative 122 Halomonadaceae representative 123 Moraxellaceae representatives 123 Moritellaceae representatives 124 Mycoplasmataceae representative 125 Myxococcaceae representative 126 Oxalobacteriaceae representative 126 Pasteurellaceae representative 127 Photobacteriaceae representatives 127 Piscirickettsiaceae representative 131 Rickettsia-like organisms 132 Pseudomonadaceae representatives 132 Vibrionaceae representatives 136 Miscellaneous pathogens 148 Unnamed bacteria 148 5 Isolation/Detection 151 Anaerobes 155 Clostridiaceae representative 155 Eubacteriaceae representative 155 Gram-positive bacteria—the "lactic acid" bacteria 155 Carnobacteriaceae representatives 155 Enterococcaceae representative 155 Streptococcaceae representatives 156 Aerobic Gram-positive rods and cocci 156 Bacillaceae representatives 158 Corynebacteriaceae representative 159 Micrococcaceae representative 159 Mycobacteriaceae representatives 159 Nocardiaceae representatives 160 Planococcaceae representative 160 Staphylococcaceae representatives 161 Gram-negative bacteria 161 Aeromonadaceae representatives 161 Alteromonadaceae representatives 164 Campylobacteriaceae representative 164 Enterobacteriaceae representatives 164 Flavobacteriaceae representatives 167 Francisellaceae representative 168 Halomonadaceae representative 168 Moraxellaceae representatives 169 Moritellaceae representatives 169 Neisseriaceae representative 169 Oxalobacteriaceae representative 169
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viii Contents Pasteurellaceae representative 169 Photobacteriaceae representatives 170 Piscirickettsiaceae representative 170 Pseudomonadaceae representatives 170 Vibrionaceae representatives 171 Miscellaneous pathogens 173 "Candidatus Arthromitus" 173 Unidentified Gram-negative rod 174 Appendix 5.1 Media used for the isolation and growth of bacterial fish pathogens 174 6 Diagnosis 185 Gross clinical signs of disease 186 Sluggish behaviour 186 TwirHng, spiral or erratic movement 186 Faded pigment 186 Darkened pigment/melanosis 186 Eye damage—exophthalmia ("pop-eye")/corneal opacity/rupture 190
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