1. Knowledge on function and managment of fish and shellfish farming exploitations.
2. Knowledge on the aquatic organism farming problems.
3. Knowledge on the fish pathology principals and on the main fish health disorders in Greece.
4. Methods of prevantion and treatment of the health disorders of farmed fish.
5. Production of healthy shellfish farming products.
Course Content (Syllabus)
Course: Farming and Pathology of Aquatic Organisms. (5th semester)
Professor: Angelidis Panagiotis
1st hour. Aquaculture in Greece and in the world.
2nd hour. Physiochemical parameters of the water for aquaculture.
3rd hour. Fish farming systems-installations. fish farming in inland waters.
4th hour. Sea water aquaculture (sea bream-sea bass, hatcheries).
5th hour. Sea water aquaculture (sea bream-sea bass, hatcheries).
6th hour. Sea water aquaculture for new farmed fish species.
7th hour. Shellfish culture.
8th hour. Quality assessment in the aquaculture seafood
9th hour. Introduction in the pathology of aquatic organisms.
10th hour. Clinical practice and sample shipment.
11th hour. Diagnostic methods applied in fish pathology.
12th hour. Prevention of the diseases of the farmed aquatic organisms.
13th hour. Treatments of the diseases of the farmed aquatic organisms.
14th hour. Virus born diseases.
15th hour. Virus born diseases.
16th hour. Virus born diseases.
17th hour. Bacteria born diseases.
18th hour. Bacteria born diseases.
19th hour. Bacteria born diseases.
20th hour. Bacteria born diseases.
21st hour. Parasites born diseases.
22nd hour. Parasites born diseases.
23rd hour. Parasites born diseases.
24th hour. Nutrition related fish health disorders and neoplasm.
25th hour. Environment related fish health disorders.
26th hour. Diseases of cultured shellfish and crustaceans.