Isolation and Identification of Bacterial Species Associated with Spoilage of Clarias gariepinus.

  title={Isolation and Identification of Bacterial Species Associated with Spoilage of Clarias gariepinus.},
  author={Ibrahim Ta and O. O. Adetuyi},
This study was carried to isolate and identify the bacteria species that are associated with fish spoilage using standard bacteriological techniques. The results of the bacteriological quality of the cat fish showed variation in the total bacterial and coliform counts to different anatomical parts (skins, gills and intestine). The highest total bacterial counts was recorded from gills (83 x 105cfu/ml) and lowest in skin (53 x 105cfu/ml) from cat fish. The total coliform counts of the cat fish… CONTINUE READING


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