Rock Lobster Autopsy Manual
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FRDC Project No. 1999/202
ISBN: 1 74067 276 3
The objective of this project was to publish an autopsy manual for use by the rock lobster industry. The manual was to include details of the approach to be used in conducting an autopsy of rock lobster, descriptions of assay methodology, normal ranges for selected immune and physiological functions and photographs of gross and microscopic lesions and descriptions of pathogens observed in lobsters. The publication was to be aimed primarily for use by fishers, processing factory staff and seafood business managers but was to also include information of relevance to veterinarians, fish health personnel and researchers.
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