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K L Camp – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Branchiomyces infection in farm reared channel catfish ictalurus punctatus rafinesque
    Journal of Fish Diseases, 1998
    Co-Authors: Lester H Khoo, A T Leard, P R Waterstrat, S W Jack, K L Camp

    Abstract:

    Four cases (representing outbreaks in four different ponds on three farms) of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. were identified in channel catfish fry during the summer of 1996. Mortalities ranged from a few hundred to several thousand fish per pond. Significant gross and histopathological findings from these four cases were limited to the gills. All fry examined had fungal mycelia that were mainly but not entirely confined to the base of the primary lamellae and the gill arches. These fungal hyphae were intravascular and occluded vessels in the gill tissues. The present paper describes the fungal characteristics and pathology of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. in channel catfish.

  • Branchiomyces infection in farm‐reared channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus (Rafinesque)
    Journal of Fish Diseases, 1998
    Co-Authors: Lester H Khoo, A T Leard, P R Waterstrat, S W Jack, K L Camp

    Abstract:

    Four cases (representing outbreaks in four different ponds on three farms) of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. were identified in channel catfish fry during the summer of 1996. Mortalities ranged from a few hundred to several thousand fish per pond. Significant gross and histopathological findings from these four cases were limited to the gills. All fry examined had fungal mycelia that were mainly but not entirely confined to the base of the primary lamellae and the gill arches. These fungal hyphae were intravascular and occluded vessels in the gill tissues. The present paper describes the fungal characteristics and pathology of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. in channel catfish.

Lester H Khoo – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Branchiomyces infection in farm reared channel catfish ictalurus punctatus rafinesque
    Journal of Fish Diseases, 1998
    Co-Authors: Lester H Khoo, A T Leard, P R Waterstrat, S W Jack, K L Camp

    Abstract:

    Four cases (representing outbreaks in four different ponds on three farms) of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. were identified in channel catfish fry during the summer of 1996. Mortalities ranged from a few hundred to several thousand fish per pond. Significant gross and histopathological findings from these four cases were limited to the gills. All fry examined had fungal mycelia that were mainly but not entirely confined to the base of the primary lamellae and the gill arches. These fungal hyphae were intravascular and occluded vessels in the gill tissues. The present paper describes the fungal characteristics and pathology of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. in channel catfish.

  • Branchiomyces infection in farm‐reared channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus (Rafinesque)
    Journal of Fish Diseases, 1998
    Co-Authors: Lester H Khoo, A T Leard, P R Waterstrat, S W Jack, K L Camp

    Abstract:

    Four cases (representing outbreaks in four different ponds on three farms) of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. were identified in channel catfish fry during the summer of 1996. Mortalities ranged from a few hundred to several thousand fish per pond. Significant gross and histopathological findings from these four cases were limited to the gills. All fry examined had fungal mycelia that were mainly but not entirely confined to the base of the primary lamellae and the gill arches. These fungal hyphae were intravascular and occluded vessels in the gill tissues. The present paper describes the fungal characteristics and pathology of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. in channel catfish.

S W Jack – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Branchiomyces infection in farm reared channel catfish ictalurus punctatus rafinesque
    Journal of Fish Diseases, 1998
    Co-Authors: Lester H Khoo, A T Leard, P R Waterstrat, S W Jack, K L Camp

    Abstract:

    Four cases (representing outbreaks in four different ponds on three farms) of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. were identified in channel catfish fry during the summer of 1996. Mortalities ranged from a few hundred to several thousand fish per pond. Significant gross and histopathological findings from these four cases were limited to the gills. All fry examined had fungal mycelia that were mainly but not entirely confined to the base of the primary lamellae and the gill arches. These fungal hyphae were intravascular and occluded vessels in the gill tissues. The present paper describes the fungal characteristics and pathology of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. in channel catfish.

  • Branchiomyces infection in farm‐reared channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus (Rafinesque)
    Journal of Fish Diseases, 1998
    Co-Authors: Lester H Khoo, A T Leard, P R Waterstrat, S W Jack, K L Camp

    Abstract:

    Four cases (representing outbreaks in four different ponds on three farms) of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. were identified in channel catfish fry during the summer of 1996. Mortalities ranged from a few hundred to several thousand fish per pond. Significant gross and histopathological findings from these four cases were limited to the gills. All fry examined had fungal mycelia that were mainly but not entirely confined to the base of the primary lamellae and the gill arches. These fungal hyphae were intravascular and occluded vessels in the gill tissues. The present paper describes the fungal characteristics and pathology of branchial mycosis caused by Branchiomyces spp. in channel catfish.