Cofactor to many enzymes
Iron helps to accept, carry, and release oxygen
Found primarily in two proteins
More is absorbed when stores are low
Vitamin C enhances absorption
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E. aerogenes - rod
Ps. aeruginosa - rod
Neisseria spp. - cocci
S. marcescens - rod
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Heart rate ranges and their effects on motor skills
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changes in environmental conditions may precipitate disease. In
addition, many small changes do not, on their own, affect shrimp health.
However, when several of these small changes occur simultaneously,
results can be far more severe. C.1.3 General Proce
one infected host in a population of a given size, at a given prevalence of
infection. Assumptions of 2% and 5% prevalences are most commonly
used for surveillance of presumed exotic pathogens, with a 95%
confidence limit. Prevalence (%) Population Size 0
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critical for laboratories outside the region or areas where the suspected
disease is endemic. Under such circumstances, the laboratory may have
to prepare for strict containment and sterile disposal of all specimen
shipping materials and waste products, i
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can be done using zoospores cultured from fungal isolates from suspect
crayfish tissues. Rapid mortalities in the susceptible crayfish, along with
reisolation of the fungus as described above, should be considered
conclusive for A. astaci. C.11.4 Diagnost
conditions (Fig.C.22.214.171.124a), especially those that affect the
hepatopancreas. This is thought to be due to the release of yellow-orange
(carotenoid) pigments that are normally stored in the hepatopancreas.
This red colour is not specific for any single co
check environmental parameters in the rearing pond(s). C.1.1.3 SoftTissue Surfaces (Level 1) A readily observable change to soft tissues is
fouling of the gill area (Fig. C.1.1.3a), sometimes accompanied by
brown discoloration (Fig. C.1.1.3b) (see C.1.1.2
sampled; samples include age- or size-groups that are most likely to
manifest detectable infections. Such information is given under the
specific disease sections; and samples are collected during the season
when infections are known to occur. Such inform
expression). Examples include changes to dissolved oxygen levels
and/or pH which may promote clinical expression of previously latent
yellowhead disease (see C.2) and white spot C.1 General Techniques
161 C.1 General Techniques (P Chanratchakool) Fig.C.1.
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1) All samples submitted for diagnosis should include as much
supporting information as possible including: Gross observations and a
history of environmental parameters (as described under C.1.1 and
C.1.2) Approximate prevalence and pattern of mortality (
infections have subsequently been observed in P. chinensis, P. indicus, P.
merguiensis, P. monodon, P. setiferus, P. stylirostris, and P. vannamei. In
experimental studies, WSD is also lethal to P. aztecus, P. duodarum and
P. setiferus. C.4.1.3 Geographic
Alderman) Fig. C.126.96.36.199a. Fresh microscopic mount of a piece of
infected exoskeleton showing fungal spores. (EAFP/DJ Alderman) Fig.
C.188.8.131.52a,b. Clinical signs of infected crayfish showing whitened
necrotic musculature in the tail, and often accompani