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Abstract

IMPACT OF WHITE SPOT SYNDROME VIRUS DISEASE ON ABDOMINAL MUSCLES AND GILLS IN SHRIMP, PENAEUS MONODON

C. A. Jawale*

ABSTRACT

Disease has always a critical role in aquaculture industries which determine the success of shrimp culture and its efficient management. Farms and hatcheries have few defenses against ramping protozoan, fungal and bacteria, viral disease. Several protozoan parasites cause problems in Penaeid shrimp culture and major impact on the shrimp farming industry. White spot syndrome virus (WSSV) is a major shrimp pathogen that also infects Penaeus monodon species is selected. Histological changes in abdominal muscles and gill cells were studied. Histological techniques using paraffin embedded tissue as well as frozen tissues were used to identification of WSSV infection. Histological manifestation such as abdominal muscles and gill cells could be detected. The abdominal muscles and gill cells was marked and characteristic of WSSV infection were observed. The present investigation was focusing on the virus infecting shrimp. The microscopic examinations of the histological preparation are presently used to detect WSSV zoothamnium or ectoparasites.

Keywords: Penaeus monodon, WSSV, Gills and Abdominal muscles.


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