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Reduced growth performance of black tiger shrimp infected with IHHNV

Melony J. Sellars, Ph.D. Jeff A. Cowley, Ph.D. Dean Musson Min Rao M.L. Menzies Greg J. Coman, Ph.D. Brian S. Murphy

Simulated commercial grow-out reinforces value for screening-based selection of IHHNV-free/low broodstock, use of SPF stocks and selection for IHHNV resistance/tolerance Because IHHNV can significantly reduce pond yields in farmed black tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon) and sustained acute infections can cause severe shell deformities, it is important to screen individual broodstock and/or suitably sized postlarvae pools…

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  • Melony J. Sellars, Ph.D.

    Melony J. Sellars, Ph.D.

    Corresponding author
    Queensland Bioscience Precinct
    306 Carmody Road
    St. Lucia, QLD 4067, Australia

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  • Jeff A. Cowley, Ph.D.

    Jeff A. Cowley, Ph.D.

    Queensland Bioscience Precinct
    306 Carmody Road
    St. Lucia, QLD 4067, Australia

  • Dean Musson

    Dean Musson

    Bribie Island Research Centre
    144 North Street
    Woorim, QLD 4507, Australia

  • Min Rao

    Min Rao

    Queensland Bioscience Precinct
    306 Carmody Road
    St. Lucia, QLD 4067, Australia

  • M.L. Menzies

    M.L. Menzies

    Queensland Bioscience Precinct
    306 Carmody Road
    St. Lucia, QLD 4067, Australia

  • Greg J. Coman, Ph.D.

    Greg J. Coman, Ph.D.

    Bribie Island Research Centre
    144 North Street
    Woorim, QLD 4507, Australia

  • Brian S. Murphy

    Brian S. Murphy

    Bribie Island Research Centre
    144 North Street
    Woorim, QLD 4507, Australia

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