This special issue is being edited by: Dr. Konstantinos Kormas, University of Thessaly, Greece
A whole new fascination on the global role of microorganisms from all three domains of life, has been elucidated mostly as a result of the recent and ongoing technological revolution in the microbiology field. Microorganisms in aquaculture have attracted substantial attraction from both the scientific community and the industry, for several decades now. The primer target has primarily been pathogens of the reared species. However, microorganisms hold other crucial roles in the aquaculture like the beneficial impact of microbial activities to nutrition, growth, health of the reared organisms, but also biofouling, harmful blooms, aquaculture waste treatment, water quality monitoring, etc. The effect of such microbial features, render the aquaculture-associated microorganisms more important than just the pathogenic ones.
This special issue aims at collecting some of the latest research on any aspect of aquaculture-associated Bacteria/Archaea/unicellular Eukarya, spanning from biology to diversity, ecophysiology and pathogenicity of these microorganisms.
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We invite you to submit an original research contribution to this issue of the journal, which is expected to be published in 2014.
If you feel that you and/or your colleagues can contribute an article we would appreciate hearing from you, with a tentative title, as soon as you can. Manuscripts will be received until 31 May 2014. All manuscripts will be refereed according to the standard practice and quality standards of Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal.
Thank you very much in advance for your kind support and co-operation.
We are looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Dr. Konstantinos Kormas
(Editor of the Special Issue)
Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal