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By Didier Montet, Ramesh C. Ray

Fish and shrimp generating industries generate large quantities of wastes in type of viscera, scales, waste water, and so on. purposes of microorganisms and/or microbesbased items have contributed considerably in fixing a lot of those difficulties linked to aquaculture and waste administration. This ebook addresses options for regulate of bacterial an infection in farmed aquatic organism items. It covers: spoilage of clean fish, microorganisms and processed seafoods, microbiological defense and caliber of processed shrimps and fish and molecular detection of seafood borne human pathogenic micro organism.

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Microbiol. 57: 2223-2228. L. C. (2001). Quorum-sensing in gram negative bacteria. FEMS Microbiol. Rev. 25: 365-404. D. K. (2003). A DNA expression array to detect toxic stress responses in European flounder (Paralichthys fesus). Aquat. Toxicol. 65: 141-157. , Yao, B. and Ringø, E. (2009). Effects of dietary potassium diformate (KDF) on growth performance, feed conversion and intestinal bacterial community of hybrid tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus ♀× O. aureus ♂). Aquaculture 291: 89-94. , Eberhard, A.

2007). Association between bacterial community structures and mortality of fish larvae in intensive rearing systems. Fish. Sci. 73: 784-791. D. and van Rijn J. (2007). Biogeochemical processes in intensive zeroeffluent marine fish culture with recirculating aerobic and anaerobic biofilters. J. Exp. Marine Biol. Ecol. 349: 235-247. , Montet, D. and Loiseau, G. (2007). Determination of fish origin by using 16S rDNA fingerprinting of bacterial communities by PCR- DGGE: application to Pangasius fish from Viet Nam.

8: 473-479. 2 Probiotics in the Larval Culture of Aquatic Organisms Bruno Gomez-Gil,1,* Ana Roque2 and Sonia Soto-Rodriguez1 INTRODUCTION Diseases have been one of the major problems that affect any aquaculture enterprise and methods to control or eradicate them have been used widely with varying results. The most common methods of control are better management practices, vaccines, and the use of chemical compounds that eradicate or limit the growth of pathogens. The control of bacterial pathogens has largely been done with the use of chemotherapeutants, particularly with antibiotics and antimicrobials in general.

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