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アコヤガイの挿核手術後にみられる細菌性障害について : 特に細菌接種試験と分離細菌の性状について

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Title: アコヤガイの挿核手術後にみられる細菌性障害について : 特に細菌接種試験と分離細菌の性状について
Other Titles: Bacterial Injury in Pearl Oysters after Nucleus-Insertion, with Special Reference to Infection Tests and Characteristics of Isolated Bacteria
Authors: 谷口, 忠敬 / 銭谷, 武平
Authors (alternative): Taniguchi, Tadataka / Zenitani, Buhei
Issue Date: Nov-1966
Publisher: 長崎大学水産学部
Citation: 長崎大学水産学部研究報告, v.21, pp.257-263; 1966
Abstract: This investigation was undertaken in an attempt to clarify bacterial influence in producing cultured pearls. Judging from the infection tests of bacteria which were isolated from diseased mother shells with or without nuclei, it seems that bacteria play some role in the mortality of mother shells, the formation of waste, baroque or muddy pearls, and the falling out of the inserted nuclei. Presumably, these facts are considered as a sort of putrefactive phenomenon on caused by bacteria in abiotic environment, where bacteria are apt to develop around the nucleus inserted by operation. It is reasonably certain that the physical condition of mother shells is an important factor in connection with the bacterial injury in cultivating the mother shells of pearls. The description was made on the general characteristics of three types of bacteria, which seem responsible for the phenomena mentioned above, and also on the results of their inhibitory tests with antibiotics. / 真珠漁場に見られる異常貝から分離した細菌を用い,創傷・経口・注射・汚染核による接種試験を行ない,斃死・泌み珠あるいは脱核などの一部の原因は疲労衰弱した母貝の,挿核周辺部にできやすい非生的環境内の一種の腐敗現象によるものと考えた.あわせて,これらに関係する細菌の性状と,抗生物質による発育阻止濃度について記載した.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/31502
ISSN: 05471427
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:第21号

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/31502

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