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Occurrence, characterization and antibiotic resistance patterns of bacterial communities encountered in mass kills of pond cultured Indian prawn (Fenneropenaeus indicus) at Damietta governorate, Egypt

@inproceedings{Far2015OccurrenceCA,
  title={Occurrence, characterization and antibiotic resistance patterns of bacterial communities encountered in mass kills of pond cultured Indian prawn (Fenneropenaeus indicus) at Damietta governorate, Egypt},
  author={Shimaa A.H. El Far and Riad Hassan Khalil and Talaat Talaat Saad and Mahmoud Tanekhy and Hany M. R. Abdel-Latif},
  year={2015}
}
Infectious diseases especially those caused by bacterial and viral pathogens are considered to be serious economic loss factors in shrimp farming. In our investigation, Mass kills of cultured Indian Prawns (Fenneropenaeus indicus) (F. indicus) were observed during winter season last December 2014, whereas there was sharp decrease in water temperature (17–18 0 C) at Damietta governorate, Egypt. Samples were subjected to full clinical, bacteriological and histopathological examinations. Water… CONTINUE READING

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