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Pfiesteria - Symptoms & Treatment


Pfiesteria is a genre of heterotrophic dinoflagellates that has been related with harmful algal blooms and fish kills. Pfiesteria is a microscopic organism that every so often perform like a plant and sometimes similar to an animal. Unlike other dinoflagellates that cause red and brown tides, Pfiesteria does not cause bruising of the water. Pfiesteria toxin may also have pessimistic effects on people. In common it is safe to consume seafood. As for all time, you should not consume fish or shellfish taken from areas where there are huge numbers of pale or dead fish. High awareness of pfiesteria can cause deep lesions on fish, and may kill them. Blooms exist only for small stage of time, generally a few hours at most. Many times Pfiesteria may not outcome in fish kills or lesions. Pfiesteria may spend its entire life feeding inoffensively on bacteria and other algae. It is at this time not well understood what environmental factors induce Pfiesteria to construct harmful toxins.

Causes of Pfiesteria

Some causes & risk factors of Pfiesteria are as follows:

  • The cause of the Pfiesteria is mysterious.

Symptoms of Pfiesteria

The possible symptoms of Pfiesteria includes:

  • Fatigue.
  • A burning awareness on the skin or eyes.
  • Skin itchiness.
  • Memory and learning problems.
  • Intestinal sorrow.

 

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