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Reviews: Methods and Technology in Fish Biology and Fisheries published by Kluwer Academic Publishers is a book series dedicated to the publication of information on advanced, forward-looking methodologies, technologies, or perspectives in fish and fisheries. This series is especially dedicated to relevant topics addressing global, international concern in fish and fisheries. Humans continue to challenge our environments with new technologies and technological applications. The dynamic creativity of our own species often tends to place the greatest burden on our supporting ecosystems. This is especially true for aquatic networks of creeks, lakes, rivers and ocean environments. We also frequently use our conceptual powers to balance conflicting requirements and demands on nature and continue to develop new approaches and tools to provide sustainable resources as well as conserve what we hold most dear on local and global scales. This book series will provide a window into the developing dynamic among humans, aquatic ecosystems (both freshwater and marine), and the organisms that inhabit aquatic environments. There are many reasons to doubt the increasing social and economic value technology has gained over the last two centuries. Science and technology represent stages in human development. I agree with Ernst Mayer when he said in Toward a New Philosophy of Biology (1988) that "endeavors to solve all scientific problems by pure logic and refined measurements are unproductive, if not totally irrelevant.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Platyhelminthes - biology - diagnosis - fish
Series editor's preface. Preface. List of contributors. Molecular Diagnosis of Infectious Salmon Anaemia; S. Mjaaland, et al. Molecular and Identification of IPNV in Salmoninds by Molecular Methods; C.P. Dopazo, J.L. Barja. Molecular Diagnosis of Infectious Hematopoietic Necrosis Virus and Viral Hermorrhagic Septicemia Virus; J.R. Winton and K. Einer-Jensen. Molecular Diagnosis of Aeromonas Salmonicida Infections; D.J. Colquhoun, C.O. Cunningham. The Genera Flavobacterium and Flexibacter; J.A. Bader, C.E. Starliper. The Biology and Molecular Detection of Piscrickettsia Salmonis; M.L. House, J.L. Fryer. Comparison of Traditional and Molecular Methods for Detection of Renibacterium Salmoninarum; R.J. Pascho, et al. Molecular Approaches for the Study and Diagnosis of Salmonid Streptococcosis; J.L. Romalde, A.E. Toranzo. Gyrodactylus Salaris Malmberg, 1957 (Platyhelminthes: Monogenea); C.O. Cunningham. Molecular Diagnostics for Loma Salmonae and Nucleospora Salmonis (Microsporidia); A.M.V. Brown, M.L. Kent. Molecular Tools for the Diagnosis of Ceratomyxa Shasta (Myxozoa); O. Palenzuela, J.L. Bartholomew. PCR and In Situ Hybridisation of Tetracapsula Bryosalmonae (PKX), the Causative Agent of Proliferative Kidney Disease; D.J. Morris, A. Adams. Nucleic Acid - Based Methods for Detection of Myxobolus Cerebralis; K.B. Andree, D.B. Antonio. Diagnosis Kudoa Thyrsites (Myxozoa: Myxosporea) Infections in Fish; J.D.W. Moran, M.L. Kent.