Pfiesteria piscicida then feeds on the weak and exposed skin, blood, and tissue. The fish eventually die not by the invasion of Pfiesteria piscicida, but by suffocation (the toxins cause paralyzation of muscles) or by infection (bacteria and foreign objects can enter the fish through the lesions).
The disease you speak of is one of fish (finfish and shellfish). The causative agent is a dinoflagellate, Pfiesteria piscicida. This organism does not cause human disease.
You can get it from local fish. The local fish can spread it killing all the fish which makes all of the local fish sick
the answer to what is unusual about the genus pfiesteria
what happens when they are exposed to water
what happens when iron is exposed to air~ becomes rust
They turn to stone when the are exposed in the sun
Calcium tarnishes rapidly when exposed to air.
That depends on the make up of the rock and what the chemical is. If granite is exposed to the chemical called water very little happens. If limestone is exposed to an acid then it dissolves releasing CO2.
Denaturazation happens when a protein is exposed to hostil environments. After being exposed the protein is re shaped and is no longer able to function properly.
Normally, nothing happens when silver is exposed to oxygen, but if you breath silver dust, you could become seriously ill.
When silver salt is exposed to sunlight is turns black.
melanin becomes more and more darker when exposed to light.
you can get burns and cancers.
It evaporates :)
It turns black or dark in colour when silver nitrate is exposed to sunlight.
Dinoflagella is a member of Protista and therefore Eukaryotic. An example of this would be Pfiesteria.
nothing happens is stays the same
A fish which happens to be particularly large.
there's a crystal formation.. ;)
it oxidises, causing it to rust
It constricts (gets smaller).
the soil gets evaporated
Rock exposed to very high temperature and pressure will soften or melt.
the fish will die most of the time