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Epizootic diseases of marine bivalves, or at least descriptions of these diseases, have increased dramatically over the last 35 years. Most have been recorded in oyster populations of Europe and North America

Epizootic diseases of marine bivalves, or at least descriptions of these diseases, have increased dramatically over the last 35 years. Most have been recorded in oyster populations of Europe and North America. It is possible that we are more acutely aware of oyster diseases now than in the past because the fisheries have been harvested beyond their production capacity and remaining stocks are very valuable.

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In Disease Processes in Marine Bivalve Molluscs, ed Fisher, . Bethesda, Maryland: American Fisheries Society Special Publication 1. oogle Scholar. Comps, M. & Bonami, . 1977 Infection virale associée à des mortalités chex l'huître Crassostrea gigas Th. Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaire des séances de l'Academie des Sciences, Série D, Sciences Naturelles 285, 1139-1140.

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William S. Fisher, American Fisheries Society. Bibliographic information. American Fisheries Society, 1988 - Nature - 315 pages. From inside the book. Uncertainties and Speculations about the Life Cycle of the Eastern. Disease Processes in Marine Bivalve Molluscs Volume 18 of American Fisheries Society special publication, ISSN 0097-0638 Volume 18 of American Fisheries Society, Special publication Issue 18 of Special publication, ISSN 0097-0638.

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Fisher (e., Disease Processes in. Marine Bivalve Molluscs. American Fisheries Society Special publication 18, Bethesda, Maryland, 178–188. Cellular defense mechanisms of oysters and mussels. Fisher (e., Disease Processes. in Marine Bivalve Molluscs. A key constituent of innate immune response in marine mollusks is represented by antimicro- bial peptides.

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Epizootic diseases of marine bivalves, or at least descriptions of these diseases, have increased dramatically over the last 35 years. Most have been recorded in oyster populations of Europe and North America. It is possible that we are more acutely aware of oyster diseases now than in the past because the fisheries have been harvested beyond their production capacity and remaining stocks are very valuable. But, more likely, the spread of parasites has been facilitated by the transport of oysters from one region to another. Parasites associated with imported oysters can proliferate in naïve hosts and cause a disease of epizootic proportions. Only one such case has been documented so far (and that, retroactively), but oyster growers and government institutions, with the sound intension of maintaining a viable industry, have transported oysters all over the world; the potential for disease introductions is great. ..