クルマエビのバキュロウイルス性中腸せん壊死症に関する研究 III  仮診断法:仮診断法  [in Japanese] Studies on Baculoviral Mid-Gut Gland Necrosis of Kuruma Shrimp (Penaeus japonicus)-III.  [in Japanese]

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病エビ中腸腺の押しつぶし染色標本または,生鮮標本を以下いずれかの方法で観察することにより,本症の診断が可能と考えられる。1. 押しつぶし染色標本により肥大した無構造核を観察する。2. 生鮮標本の暗視野観察により白色無構造の肥大した核を観察する。3. 生鮮標本の位相差観察により肥大した異常核内に多数の桿状の物体を観察する。

In the previous paper (1981), this author indicated that the most characteristic cytological change of this disease producing high mortality of kuruma shrimp larvae and postlarvae was hypertrophied nuclei resulting in chromatolysis of the affected mid-gut gland epitherial cells. SANO et al. (1981) also pointed out the hypertrophy of affected nuclei as the characteristic symptom of this disease, demonstrated Baculoviral infection in such hypertrophied nuclei and the epizootic in the intensive culture farm of kuruma shrimp.<BR>In the present study, the author examined to diagnose this epizootic by detecting hypertrophied nuclei in squash and stained preparations of the affected mid-gut gland, or in squash unstained preparations under central illumination, dark field illumination, phase contrast and interference microscope. These results obtained were as follows;<BR>1. Squash and stained preparations: hypertrophied nuclei were clearly seen due to probably increased DNA.<BR>2. Squash unstained preparations: 1) under central illumination hypertrophied nuclei were observed as if containing many granules, but not clear. 2) under dark field illumination hypertrophied nuclei were clearly seen in white. 3) under phase contrast a lot of rod-like particles (about 1μam length) were often observed in the hypertrophied nuclei. These rod-like particles were arranged almost vertically to the nuclear membrane at the marginal area, and also they scattered throughout in the nuclei, or sometimes they lined up parallely to each other. 4) under interference surface of the hypertrophied nuclei was somewhat rough.<BR>Three out of these methods, squash and stained preparations, squash unstained preparations under dark field illumination and phase contrast microscope seemed to be available as presumptive diagnostic techniques for Baculoviral Mid-Gut Gland Necrosis of kuruma shrimp.

Journal

  • Fish Pathology

    Fish Pathology 17(4), 263-268, 1983

    The Japanese Society of Fish Pathology

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130000859197
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00063165
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    Journal Article
  • ISSN
    0388-788X
  • NDL Article ID
    2586902
  • NDL Source Classification
    RB96(水産--水産病理・水産保護)
  • NDL Source Classification
    ZR4(科学技術--生物学--動物)
  • NDL Call No.
    Z18-994
  • Data Source
    CJPref  NDL  J-STAGE 
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