2023
DOI: 10.1155/2023/7856515
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The Prevalence of Bacteria Commonly Related to the Production of Mussels and Oysters in Saldanha Bay

Abstract: Bivalve molluscs are a good source of high quality protein and perform important ecological functions. Their ability to bioaccumulate materials in their soft tissues makes them suitable aquatic species for biomonitoring of environmental conditions. The discharge of treated and untreated sewage into the bivalve-growing areas is a concern. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of bacterial microbiota in shellfish farms in Saldanha Bay harbour using pathogens commonly associated with shellfish-r… Show more

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