By David W. Bruno, Visit Amazon's Patricia A. Noguera Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Patricia A. Noguera, , Trygve T. Poppe

ISBN-10: 9400720092

ISBN-13: 9789400720091

ISBN-10: 9400720106

ISBN-13: 9789400720107

Salmonids have frequent monetary and environmental value. right identity and figuring out in their illnesses are accordingly important if precious shares are to be maintained. This quantity presents a pragmatic advisor and an reduction to sickness popularity. this can be an up-to-date and prolonged model of the 1st book in 1996 and comprises round four hundred prime quality color photomicrographs.

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The brain is traditionally divided into five different units: telencephalon, diencephalon, mesencephalon, metencephalon and myelencephalon. The protective layers around the brain are known as the meninges, and represent an important barrier against 22 Fig. 43 Exposed brain of adult Atlantic salmon 2 Functional Anatomy and melanization. The saccus vasculosus is a sac-like structure with blood sinusoids quite similar to the choroid plexus of the eye, and communicates with the lumen of the third ventricle.

Note cellular infiltrates in stratum proprium. Low power Gill synechiae refers to fusion of adjacent gill lamellae, and hyperplasia results from a generalised proliferation of cells (Fig. 9). The gills are often accompanied by Fig. 5 (a) Vaccine induced granulomatous peritonitis (arrow) in farmed Atlantic salmon. (b) Granuloma resulting from intraperitoneal injection of oil adjuvanated vaccine Fig. 6 Myocardial haemorrhage in farmed Atlantic salmon smolt Fig. 8 Longitudinal section of spongy myocardium showing nuclear hypertrophy in farmed Atlantic salmon.

35 Normal pancreas with endocrine, exocrine tissue and ducts feeding fish, bright eosinophilic secretory zymogen granules are present in the glandular cytoplasm. Dark staining is apparent when the quantity of zymogen granules is high and pale when the quantity of zymogen granules is low. A cell which has atrophied as a result of starvation or disease, contains few zymogen granules and consequently becomes basophilic and small in size. Digestive enzymes secreted from these cells are carried into the ascending intestine through a series of ducts and participate in the breakdown of proteins, fats and carbohydrates.

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