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Daily fluctuations of water temperature (27°C and 33°C) affect clinical and virological outcome of white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) infection in Penaeus vannamei juveniles

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Rahman, Muhammad, Mathias Corteel, João José Pereira Dantas Da Rocha Lima, et al. “Daily Fluctuations of Water Temperature (27°C and 33°C) Affect Clinical and Virological Outcome of White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) Infection in Penaeus Vannamei Juveniles.” Proceedings of the Asian-Pacific Aquaculture Congress 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam. 2007. 1–1. Print.
APA
Rahman, Muhammad, Corteel, M., Pereira Dantas Da Rocha Lima, J. J., Wille, M., ALDAY-SANZ, V., Pensaert, M., Sorgeloos, P., et al. (2007). Daily fluctuations of water temperature (27°C and 33°C) affect clinical and virological outcome of white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) infection in Penaeus vannamei juveniles. Proceedings of the Asian-Pacific Aquaculture Congress 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam. (pp. 1–1).
Chicago author-date
Rahman, Muhammad, Mathias Corteel, João José Pereira Dantas Da Rocha Lima, Mathieu Wille, V ALDAY-SANZ, Maurice Pensaert, Patrick Sorgeloos, and Hans Nauwynck. 2007. “Daily Fluctuations of Water Temperature (27°C and 33°C) Affect Clinical and Virological Outcome of White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) Infection in Penaeus Vannamei Juveniles.” In Proceedings of the Asian-Pacific Aquaculture Congress 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam., 1–1.
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Rahman, Muhammad, Mathias Corteel, João José Pereira Dantas Da Rocha Lima, Mathieu Wille, V ALDAY-SANZ, Maurice Pensaert, Patrick Sorgeloos, and Hans Nauwynck. 2007. “Daily Fluctuations of Water Temperature (27°C and 33°C) Affect Clinical and Virological Outcome of White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) Infection in Penaeus Vannamei Juveniles.” In Proceedings of the Asian-Pacific Aquaculture Congress 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam., 1–1.
Vancouver
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Rahman M, Corteel M, Pereira Dantas Da Rocha Lima JJ, Wille M, ALDAY-SANZ V, Pensaert M, et al. Daily fluctuations of water temperature (27°C and 33°C) affect clinical and virological outcome of white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) infection in Penaeus vannamei juveniles. Proceedings of the Asian-Pacific Aquaculture Congress 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam. 2007. p. 1–1.
IEEE
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M. Rahman et al., “Daily fluctuations of water temperature (27°C and 33°C) affect clinical and virological outcome of white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) infection in Penaeus vannamei juveniles,” in Proceedings of the Asian-Pacific Aquaculture Congress 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam., 2007, pp. 1–1.
@inproceedings{370995,
  author       = {Rahman, Muhammad and Corteel, Mathias and Pereira Dantas Da Rocha Lima, João José and Wille, Mathieu and ALDAY-SANZ, V and Pensaert, Maurice and Sorgeloos, Patrick and Nauwynck, Hans},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the Asian-Pacific Aquaculture Congress 2007, Hanoi, Vietnam.},
  pages        = {1--1},
  title        = {Daily fluctuations of water temperature (27°C and 33°C) affect clinical and virological outcome of white spot syndrome virus (WSSV) infection in Penaeus vannamei juveniles},
  year         = {2007},
}