Vol. 12,No. 3, July 2013
Hemocytosis, a new disease in cultured shrimp,Fenneropenaeus indicus
Description: Department of Aquatic Animal Health& Diseases, Iranian Fisheries Research Organization, Tehran. Iran 2-Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran 3- Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran 4-Iranian Shrimp Research Center, Bushehr, Iran *Corresponding author's email: bsh443@gmail.com
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Certain parasites can cause severe diseases in shrimp. Among these, protozoa are very important. The objective of our study was to describe the signs, prevalence, and intensity of hemocytosis, a new disease in shrimp, Fenneropenaeus indicus. The experimental design included three groups, one treatment as infected shrimp or group B and 2 controls with non-infected but exposure to White Spot Syndrom Virus (WSSV) shrimp as group A and non-infected non- exposure to WSSV shrimp as group C in triplicate. The results revealed that Hemocytosis associated with a decrease in hyalinocytes and large-granulocytes (less than 8%) and a considerable increase in semi-granulocytes in group A and B in contrast to group C that Hyalinocyte increased. This infection made the shrimp susceptible to WSSV disease. It is believed that Hemocytosis causes a condition which can result in a rapid mortality among susceptible species, F. indicus when exposure to WSSV is occurred.

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Author: Kakoolaki S.1*; Sharifpour I.1; Sharifrohani M.1; Ebrahimzadeh Mousavi H. A.2; Afsharnasab M.1;Hog
Source: Shrimp, Fenneropenaeus indicus, Hemocytosis, Intrahemocyte, Mortality
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