Common Infectious Diseases of Insects in Culture: Diagnostic and Prophylactic Methods

Common Infectious Diseases of Insects in Culture: Diagnostic and Prophylactic Methods

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789400718890
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 08/23/2011
Series: SpringerBriefs in Animal Sciences
Edition description: 2011
Pages: 54
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.01(d)

Table of Contents

Preface

INTRODUCTION

Handbook objectives

Reared insects in biotechnology programs

Importance of insect infection diseases

Economic impact of insects

Classification of insect diseases

CHAPTER 1. PRINCIPAL GROUP OF INFECTIOUS INSECT DISEASES

1.1.Viral diseases

A. Typical nucleopolyhedroses

A.1. Morphology of the pathogens

A.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

A.3. Pathomorphology of disease

A.4. Hosts

B. Nuclear polyhedrosis of the intestinal epithelium

B.1. Morphology of the pathogen

B.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

B.3. Pathomorphology of disease

B.4. Hosts

C. Granuloses

C.1. Morphology of the pathogens

C.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

C.3. Pathomorphology of disease

C.4. Hosts

D. Cytoplasmaic polyhedrosis

D.1. Morphology of the pathogens

D.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

D.3. Pathomorphology of disease

D.4. Hosts

E. Poxvirus diseases

E.1. Morphology of the pathogens

E.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

E.3. Pathomorphology of disease

E.4. Hosts

F. Iridescent viral diseases

F.1. Morphology of the pathogens

F.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

F.3. Pathomorphology of disease

F.4. Hosts

1.2. Bacterial diseases

A. Bacterioses caused by Bacillus thuringiensis and B. cereus

A.1. Morphology of the pathogens

A.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

A.3. Pathomorphology of disease

A.4. Hosts

B. Milky diseases caused by the bacteria Bacillus popilliae & Bacillus lentimorbus

B.1. Morphology of the pathogens

B.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

B.3. Pathomorphology of diseases

B.4. Hosts

C. Pseudomonadaceae & Enterobacteriaceae infections

1.3 Rickettsial diseases

A.1. Morphology of the pathogens

A.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

A.3. Pathomorphology of disease

A.4. Hosts

1.4. Fungal diseases

A. Entomophthoralean infections

A.1. Morphology of the pathogens

A.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

A.3. Pathomorphology of disease

A.4. Hosts

B. Muscardine diseases

B.1. Morphology of the pathogens

B.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

B.3. Pathomorphology of disease

B.4. Hosts

C. Microsporidia diseases

C.1. Morphology of the pathogens

C.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

C.3. Pathomorphology of disease

C.4. Hosts

1.5. Diseases of protozoan origin

A. Amebiases of insects

A.1. Morphology of the pathogens

A.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

A.3. Pathomorphology of disease

A.4. Hosts

B. Gregarious of insects

B.1. Morphology of the pathogens

B.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

B.3. Pathomorphology of disease

B.4. Hosts

C. Coccidiosis of insects

C.1. Morphology of the pathogens

C.2. External signs and symptoms of disease

C.3. Pathomorphology of disease

C.4. Hosts

1.6. Mixed infections

CHAPTER 2. MANIFESTATION OF INFECTION DISEASES IN INSECT CULTURES

CHAPTER 3. METHODS OF PRACTICAL DIAGNOSTIC OF DISEASES

3.1.Preliminary diagnosis

3.2.Processing of pathological material for analyses

3.3.Microscopic examination of pathological material

CHAPTER 4. PROPHYLACTICS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN INSECT CULTURES

4.1. Selection of animals for establishment of healthy laboratory colonies

4.2. Insect sanitation and therapy of disease

4.3. Sanitary measures in rearing facilities

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