Microbial communities associated with bacillary necrosis of Australian blue mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis Lamarck): a study using model larval cultures

@inproceedings{Kwan2018MicrobialCA,
  title={Microbial communities associated with bacillary necrosis of Australian blue mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis Lamarck): a study using model larval cultures},
  author={Tn Kwan},
  year={2018}
}
Bacillary necrosis is a sporadic and rapid bacterial disease, capable of causing total collapse of larval cultures (known as larval crash) in a period of 24-48 h and is today, the most prevalent hatchery disease worldwide, affecting more than 20 bivalve species. The prevailing view is that Vibrio are primary pathogens even though this is based on limited understanding of direct causality and natural infection. As a result, this first part of the study investigated population dynamics and the… CONTINUE READING

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