Environmental stress factors which influence fish immune (and likely many other physiological) functions can be divided into two broad, but not mutually exclusive, categories, namely those which occur naturally and those which are artificial. Natural environmental stress factors include season, temperature, salinity and photoperiod.
Dr. B. Deivasigamani, working as a Assistant Professor and Principal Investigator in CAS Marine Biology, Faculty of Marine Sciences, Annamalai University, Parangipettai-608502. He has completed M.Sc., M. Phil., and Ph.D., from Pachaiyappa”s College, Madras University, Chennai-30.
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