By Didier Montet, Ramesh C. Ray
Fish and shrimp generating industries generate large quantities of wastes in kind of viscera, scales, waste water, and so forth. functions of microorganisms and/or microbesbased items have contributed considerably in fixing lots of those difficulties linked to aquaculture and waste administration. This ebook addresses techniques for keep watch over of bacterial an infection in farmed aquatic organism items. It covers: spoilage of clean fish, microorganisms and processed seafoods, microbiological security and caliber of processed shrimps and fish and molecular detection of seafood borne human pathogenic micro organism.
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Aquaculture microbiology and biotechnology. Volume 2 by Didier Montet, Ramesh C. Ray