FLORA AND FAUNA ISSN 2456-9364(Online) 0971-6920(Print)
         
2015 Vol. 21 No. 2 PP 230­-234
BIOCHEMICAL CONTENTS OF PISICEAN CESTODE GENUS SENGA10 AND ITS HOST INTESTINAL TISSUE
DHANRAJ BALBHIM BHURE , SANJAY SHAMRAO NANWARE AND VIKRAM SATWARAO DESHMUKH
Research & PG Department of Zoology,
Yeshwant Mahavidyalaya,
NANDED 431 602 (M. S.)
Email­-drajbhure82@gmail.com
snanware@rediffmail.com
ABSTRACT
Present study deals with biochemical contents viz. glycogen, proteins and lipids which were estimated in normal, infected intestine and their relevant six species of pseudophyllidean tapeworm of genus Senga10 viz. S. maharashtrii14, S.jadhavae1, S. madhavae2, S. satarensis3, S. mangalbaiae4 and S.microrostellata6, parasitic in Mastacembelus armatus17. The normal intestinal tissue contained more glycogen, protein and lipids as compared to infected intestinal tissue, where was low biochemical content in all the species of the genus Senga. Intestinal parasites were capable of extracting nutritious materials from their host and thus represented a high level in glycogen, protein and lipid.

Key words :Biochemical content, Mastacembelus armatus17, Senga 10.
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