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DAO - Vol. 100, No. 2 - Table of contents

DAO - Vol. 100, No. 2 - Table of contents

Dis Aquat Org (Print ISSN: 0177-5103; Online ISSN: 1616-1580)
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Disease effects on lobster fisheries, ecology, and culture

Lobsters are valued globally for their functions as integral members of benthic ecosystems and prized seafood commodities. They are not fraught with many epizootic diseases in the wild, but there are several pathogens which have exacted high mortalities including epizootic shell disease in the American lobster, Panulirus argus Virus 1 in the Caribbean spiny lobster, and Hematodinium sp. in the Norway lobster. However, as with other decapods, culture and holding facilities have seen the rise of several others, including gaffkemia and bumper car disease. The special session and workshop on disease at the 2011 International Conference and Workshop on Lobster Biology and Management in Bergen, Norway highlighted the current state of knowledge regarding many of these pathogens. The papers in this special edition of DAO focus on the role of disease in fisheries, ecology, and culture, and discuss some of the potential ways forward in managing disease.

Publication date: August 27, 2012
Editors: Don Behringer, Mark Butler, Grant Stentiford

Behringer DC, Butler MJ IV, Stentiford GD
INTRODUCTION: Disease effects on lobster fisheries, ecology, and culture: overview of DAO Special 6
DAO 100:89-93 | Full text in pdf format

Beevers ND, Kilbride E, Atkinson RJA, Neil DM
Hematodinium infection seasonality in the Firth of Clyde (Scotland) Nephrops norvegicus population: a re-evaluation
DAO 100:95-104 | Full text in pdf format

Albalat A, Gornik SG, Beevers N, Atkinson RJA, Miskin D, Neil DM
Hematodinium sp. infection in Norway lobster Nephrops norvegicus and its effects on meat quality
DAO 100:105-112 | Full text in pdf format

Pascual Jiménez C, Huchin-Mian JP, Simões N, Briones-Fourzán P, Lozano-Álvarez E, Sánchez Arteaga A, Pérez-Vega JA, Simá-Álvarez R, Rosas Vazquez C, Rodríguez-Canul R
Physiological and immunological characterization of Caribbean spiny lobsters Panulirus argus naturally infected with Panulirus argus Virus 1 (PaV1)
DAO 100:113-124 | Full text in pdf format

Candia-Zulbarán RI, Briones-Fourzán P, Negrete-Soto F, Barradas Barradas-Ortiz C, Lozano-Álvarez E
Variability in clinical prevalence of PaV1 in Caribbean spiny lobsters occupying commercial casitas over a large bay in Mexico
DAO 100:125-133 | Full text in pdf format

Briones-Fourzán P, Candia-Zulbarán RI, Negrete-Soto F, Barradas-Ortiz C, Huchin-Mian JP, Lozano-Álvarez E
Influence of local habitat features on disease avoidance by Caribbean spiny lobsters in a casita-enhanced bay
DAO 100:135-148 | Full text in pdf format

Castro KM, Cobb JS, Gomez-Chiarri M, Tlusty M
Epizootic shell disease in American lobsters Homarus americanus in southern New England: past, present and future
DAO 100:149-158 | Full text in pdf format

Stebbing PD, Pond MJ, Peeler E, Small HJ, Greenwood SJ, Verner-Jeffreys D
Limited prevalance of gaffkaemia (Aerococcus viridans var. homari) isolated from wild-caught European lobsters Homarus gammarus in England and Wales
DAO 100:159-167 | Full text in pdf format

Bateman KS, Munro J, Uglow B, Small HJ, Stentiford GD
Susceptibility of juvenile European lobster Homarus gammarus to shrimp products infected with high and low doses of white spot syndrome virus
DAO 100:169-184 | Full text in pdf format

Stentiford GD
Histological intersex (ovotestis) in the European lobster Homarus gammarus and a commentary on its potential mechanistic basis
DAO 100:185-190 | Full text in pdf format