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PRELIMINARY STUDIES ON THE BLACK MOUTH DISEASE OF SEA Urchin,Strongylocentrotus intermedius (Strongylocentrotidae Echinoidea)

  title={PRELIMINARY STUDIES ON THE BLACK MOUTH DISEASE OF SEA Urchin,Strongylocentrotus intermedius (Strongylocentrotidae Echinoidea)},
  author={Li Tai},
  journal={Marine Sciences},
  • Li Tai
  • Published 2000
  • Biology
  • Marine Sciences
This paper reported the study of black mouth disease of Strongylocentroatus intermedius.The pathogen were isolated and purified from disease Sea Urchin of Dalian Pacific Seafood Company. They were gram positive rod bacteria, size (0.6 0.7)μm×(0.8 1.0) μm.There are gemma but no nflated sporosa in the cell. Catalase was positive and oxidase negative. There are no PHB granules in their cells. They grew in 1% 7%NaCl and pH 6 13 at temperature 8 26 ℃ but not grow in pH 5.7. They do not produce… 
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