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Errata TOZ-C vol. 4A

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This chapter presents a list of corrections that should be made in the book The Crustacea. The book discusses that many crustaceans have been used as remedies since antiquity and are still used in some countries. Some crustaceans are considered pests because of their predation on fish or the impact of their burrowing activities on the stability of dikes. Crustaceans are linked to human health through two aspects: firstly as toxic food items; and secondly as intermediate hosts for pathogenic bacteria or parasites.

Keywords: crustaceans; intermediate hosts; toxic food items



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