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|Main Title||Can Tissue Anomalies that Occur in Marine Fish Implicate Specific Pollutant Chemicals.|
|Author||Patton, J. S. ; Couch, J. A. ;|
|CORP Author||Georgia Univ., Athens. Dept. of Microbiology.;Environmental Research Lab., Gulf Breeze, FL.|
|Additional Subjects||Abnormalities ; Tissues(Biology) ; Marine fishes ; Water pollution ; Chemical compounds ; Animal diseases ; Morphology ; Pathology ; Physical properties ; Substrates ; Liver ; Malignant neoplasms ; Poisons ; Bacteria ; Skin(Anatomy) ; Papilloma virus ; Cod ; Flatfishes ;|
The advantage of using tissue abnormalities in wild fish as a measure of fish health is that the abnormality, unlike sensitive biochemical anomalies, cannot be said to have occurred during capture or transport. This paper is concerned with factors (chemical, physical, or biological) in polluted waters that cause pathology.