I am starting over again due an injury. I am a little out of touch with what is available to me. I wasn't aware that google scholar existed. I did get a a book on the Walstad Method recently ordered in. I will reaquaint myself with the resources that are available.
I am little frustrated by inconsistent information. I recently bought a veterinary book on amazon.com on fish disease but it deals primarily with bigger fish and large populations. Unfortunately, the diagnosis portion often deals with disecting the dead fish. The medicine section is simple and straight forward.
I am really intrigued with aquarium biology and everything about bettas. I would like to tie it all together in my head (and share it). From the biology, behavior, a little genetics, disease, pharmacology ect. I tend to like the whole picture. I would especially like to feel if I am treating my fish for a disease that I am making the right choice based on the betta breed. What works for another fish might go so well with betta. Perhaps my reasearch paper will be on bettas this semester. We will see how my professor takes to my narrative on them.