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Title: 流水式海水電解装置の魚類病原細菌およびウイルスに対する殺菌効果
Other Titles: Disinfectant Effects of Electrolyzed Salt Water on Fish Pathogenic Bacteria and Viruses
Authors: 笠井, 久会1 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
石川, 麻美2 Browse this author
堀, 友花3 Browse this author
渡辺, 研一4 Browse this author
吉水, 守5 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): Kasai, Hisae1
Ishikawa, Asami2
Hori, Yuhka3
Watanabe, Ken-ichi4
Yoshimizu, Mamoru5
Keywords: 飼育用水
Issue Date: 15-Nov-2000
Publisher: 日本水産学会
Journal Title: 日本水産学会誌
Journal Title(alt): Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries
Volume: 66
Issue: 6
Start Page: 1020
End Page: 1025
Publisher DOI: 10.2331/suisan.66.1020
Abstract: The bactericidal and virucidal effects of hypochlorite produced by electrolysis of salt water were examined for pathogenic bacteria and viruses of fish. A three percent solution of sodium chloride that contained pathogenic bacteria or virus was electrolyzed and the organisms were exposed to hypochlorite. More than 99.99% of the cells of Vibrio anguillarum and Aeromonas salmonicida, the causative agents of fish vibriosis and furunculosis respectively, were killed when the bacteria were exposed to 0.1mg/l hypochlorite for one minute. Yellowtail ascites virus (YAV) and hirame rhabdovirus (HIRRV), the causative agents of viral ascites disease and rhabdovirus disease of marine fish, were inactivated >99.99% after treatment with 0.58mg/l hypochorite for one minute. The bactericidal and virucidal effects of hypochlorite produced by electrolysis (3.5m3/h, 0.1A) are greater than those of the chemical reagent. The purity of the sodium chloride used influences the production of hypochlorite. Sodium chloride obtained as a super grade chemical reagent is more effective than sodium chloride that is used for food. However, a sufficient disinfectant effect was observed in electrolyzed seawater, which could be applied in aquaculture.
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© 2000 公益社団法人日本水産学会
© 2000 The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science
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