Abdussalam Abumhara

Abdussalam Abumhara
University of Tripoli | UOT · Department of Poultry and Fish Disease

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Earthen pond rearing system is the most prevalent type of aquaculture facilities in Egypt due to low construction costs. Such facilities are characterized by open nature which allows large numbers of imposing factors to interact with cultured fishes during the production cycle. Aquatic invasive species (i.e., red swamp cray fish: Procambrus clarkii...
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Vibrio vulnificus, a zoonotic bacterial pathogen was isolated for the first time from kidneys of black scorpionfish Scorpaena porcus collected from the south Mediterranean basin (western coast of Tripoli, Libya) during the early summer of 2013. Fish exhibited typical signs of Vibriosis with furuncle like lesions, skin hemorrhages, fin rot and conge...
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Skin wounds are the most prevalent daily affections intruding fishes in an aquaculture facility. Such skin affections are considered to be the most common portals of entry for disease agents affecting fishes. This persistent phenomenon necessitates a comprehensive search for an efficient healing therapy to combat the ongoing dermal damage and its p...
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Skin wounds are the most prevalent daily affections intruding fishes in an aquaculture facility. Such skin affections are considered to be the most common portals of entry for disease agents affecting fishes. This persistent phenomenon necessitates a comprehensive search for an efficient healing therapy to combat the ongoing dermal damage and its p...
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This study was conducted to develop a short-term immersion procedure for masculinization of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) by using 17α-methyltestostrone at 100, 200 or 400 ϻμg/l for 3, 6 or 12 h. Fry were immersed tow successive times with 3 days interval period. The highest percentage of male Oreochromis niloticus (96±4%) and the lowest gon...

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