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Abdullah Al-Amin, Shahena Aktar Shipa, M. Niamul Naser, Md. Faruque Miah

Article ID: 2087
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Abstract: Vibrio is the most common genera associated with crustaceans and often causing significant economic losses. Many Vibrio species are pathogenic to human and have been implicated in food borne diseases. The present study was conducted to identify Vibrio spp. from the tiger shrimp ( Penaeus monodon ) of shrimp pond at Satkhi...
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Marianna Vaz RODRIGUES, Patrícia Tidori MIURA, Jéssica Fernandes de OLIVEIRA, Maria das Dores Correia Palha, João Pessoa Araújo JÚNIOR

Article ID: 2092
Views - 198  (Abstract) PDF - 26  (Download)
Abstract: Kudoa is a myxozoan that causes myoliquefaction in marine fishes. Most of species only affect fish, but a K. septempunctata outbreak was reported in 358 people. Although many species of Kudoa <...
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Asim Faraz

Article ID: 2104
Views - 279  (Abstract) PDF - 34  (Download)
Abstract: Camel plays a pivotal role in the subsistence pastoral economy of diverse ecozones extending from Gobi Desert and India in central Asia to Somalia and Ethiopia in the horn of Africa.   Camel has special attributes including its appearance and ability to survive in hot, harsh and versatile arid environments. Camel ...
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Tarek Fouda, Nourhan KASSAB

Article ID: 2109
Views - 199  (Abstract) PDF - 32  (Download)
Abstract: This work presents a performance comparison between several incubators models including CO 2 , and NH 4 emission. A mathematical model for incubators carbon foot print was developed to estimate CO 2 , Nh 4 emission. The program written by C ++ language including con...
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Sandy Koi, Craig van der Heiden

Article ID: 2063
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Abstract: South Florida is a renowned ‘hotspot’ for rare and endemic taxa, with insects and plants found in few other ecosystems. Specialized species evolved in Florida’s stochastic climate, adapting to seasonal drought and flooding, hurricanes and high-wind tropical storms. As human population growth and development increased, and natural ecosystems disappeared, o...
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