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Whirling Disease research in the lab at Montana State University.
Living streams are used as small aquaculture systems when few fish are needed to conduct the experiment.
Whirling Disease Initiative National Partnership Meeting 10/23/03
Whirling Disease Initiative National Partnership Meeting 10/23/03
In the living streams "bioballs" (blue) are used to control nitrogen waste while canister filters are used to keep water clear.
Wild Trout Laboratory, Fish showing typical clinical signs of whirling disease.
Wild Trout Laboratory, Fish showing typical clinical signs of whirling disease.
This fish is showing typical clinical signs of whirling disease (skeletal deformities & black tail).
Typically, 10 gallon tanks are used to conduct whirling disease research because only young fish are examined.
These tanks are being used to display fish with clinical signs of whirling disease, so visitors can see the effect of the disease.
The aquaculture system uses state-of-the-art filtration systems to keep water quality at its optimum.
Yellowstone Project. ... then measured. Finally, the heads will be removed and placed in cassettes for preservation and final histological examination.

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