Infectious Hematopoietic Necrosis Virus - Transmission

Transmission

Reservoirs of IHNV are clinically infected fish and covert carriers among cultured, feral or wild fish. Virus is shed via urine, sexual fluids and from external mucus, whereas kidney, spleen and other internal organs are the sites in which virus is most abundant during the course of overt infection. Insect, annelids and crustaceans may act as viral vectors. The potential for epizootics is highest at 10°C and the disease does not occur naturally above 15°C.

Read more about this topic:  Infectious Hematopoietic Necrosis Virus

Other articles related to "transmission":

Hydro-Québec - Activities - Transmission System
... TransÉnergie, Hydro-Québec's transmission division, operates the largest electricity transmission network in North America ... on the open market in the State of New York using TransÉnergie's network, upon payment of a transmission fee ... reception capacity of 10,850 MW and a maximum transmission capacity of 7,994 MW ...
Transmission - Media
... Transmission (album), the fourth album by the Canadian band The Tea Party Transmission (band), an experimental/post-rock band based in the United Kingdom Transmission (film ...
VTi Transmission
... The VTi is a continuously variable transmission for automobiles ... Production ended in 2005 in favor of the GM-Ford 6-speed automatic transmission ... In 2004 GM extended the transmission's warranty on all 2002 - 2004 GM vehicles with the VTi to 5 years / 75,000 miles (120,700 km) due to high failure rates ...
Locomobile Company Of America - Switch To Internal Combustion Engines
... A 3-speed sliding transmission was fitted, as on the Système Panhard cars it competed with ... with a 17.7-liter (1080ci) racer after suffering a transmission gear failure, and with no spare available, driver Joe Tracy only managed two circuits ...