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Moreover, the statistical data warns us about the overfishing problem. This means that fish stocks are decreasing and also the number of threatened fish species is increasing day by day. This review summarizes information on the fish disease agents of Turkish fishes contained in the Turkish literature dating from the earliest available records to the end of 2010. INTRODUCTION The land of Turkey is a large and shaped as a rectangular peninsula. It is a bridge connecting the Middle East and Europe, and it shares the history and characteristics of both those distinct parts of the world.
CONCLUSION It is a great concern that the incidence of infectious diseases in aquaculture leads to significant economic losses and also causes problems in the ever developing sector in some parts of the world (Direkbusarakom et al. 1998) including Turkey and the Middle East region. This reality forced us to carry out collaborative studies on wild and cultured fish diseases and also growth promoters in aquaculture. Altinok and Kurt (2003) implied that under optimum conditions, even the fish looking healthy (without a clinical sign or lesion) can carry pathogens that create serious risks for the spread of contagious diseases in fish populations.
In: Aquaculture in the Middle East and North Africa Editors: Azad Ismail Saheb and Salam Al-Ablani ISBN:978-1-61209-834-0 © 2012 Nova Science Publishers, Inc. , Faculty of Fisheries, Mustafa Kemal University, Iskenderun, Hatay, Turkey ABSTRACT In this chapter, the current status of major health problems in freshwater and marine aquacultures as well as in wild fishes in Anatolia/Turkey is examined. Information is presented as the form of agent-host list. The agent-host list is organized on a common systematic basis and provides information for each disease agents on various regions of Turkey.
Aquaculture in the Middle East and North Africa : status and research needs by Azad Ismail Saheb, Salam Al-ablani