Relation between water temperature, water exchange amount, feed and prawn disease
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High temperature is an important factor inducing bacterial disease of the prawn (Penaeus orientalis). Water temperature over 35°C apparently stopped tested baculovirus from multiplying. High contents of ammonia-nitrogen and nitrite-nitrogen poison the prawn’s body, weaken its physique and may induce and worsen the disease.
Key wordsprawn temperature remnant feed ammonia-nitrogen nitrite-nitrogen prawn disease virus
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