Prawn health in aquaculture
Disease management of intensively-cultured prawns requires an understanding of physiology and disease causation. Maladies result from an interaction of the prawn, disease agents and their environment. In intensive culture, the environment becomes increasingly difficult to control. Hence, surveillance for the early signs of disease, potential pathogens and the development of adverse environmental conditions should be integral components of a sound management system.
Lio-Po,G. (1988). Prawn health in aquaculture. In Y. N. Chiu, L. M. Santos, & R. O. Juliano (Eds.), Technical Considerations for the Management and Operation of Intensive Prawn Farms (pp. 130-133). Iloilo City, Philippines: U.P. Aquaculture Society.
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