FLORA AND FAUNA ISSN 2456-9364(Online) 0971-6920(Print)
         
2021 Vol.27 No.2 PP 316­-320
https://doi.org/10.33451/florafauna.v27i2pp316-320
Biochemical Alterations Due to dimethoate in fresh water fish, Channa punctatus
K.T. Paithane1, R.Y. Bhandare2, S.E. Shinde3, P.R. More4 and *T.S.Pathan5
1Department of Zoology, Deogiri College,
AURANGABAD (M.S.) INDIA
2Department of Zoology, MGV’s Arts,
Science and Commerce College,
SURGANA, District NASHIK (M.S.) INDIA
3Department of Zoology, Maharaja J.P Valvi Arts,
Commerce and Shri V. K. Kulkarni Science College
DHADGAON District - NANDURBAR
4Department of Zoology,
Kai.RasikaMahavidyalaya,
DEONI District LATUR (M.S) INDIA
5Department of Zoology, Kalikadevi Arts,
Commerce and Science College,
SHIRUR (K.A), District BEED (M.S.) INDIA
*Corresponding Author : Email : drtanvir7981@gmail.com
ABSTRACT
Activity of a few biomarkers have been investigated on fresh water fish, Channa punctatus exposed to three sub – lethal concentrations of dimethoate(1/5, 1/10 and 1/15 of 96hrs LC50 values). The alteration in protein contents of liver, gill and muscle were investigated. The protein levels were found to be depleted in all the tissues after exposure to dimethoate over the control.All the organs showed the significant difference between control and exposed groups in all the estimated parameters on long exposure. The present study considers biochemical parameters as important biomarkers in determining the level of toxicity caused by the pesticide Dimethoate. Therefore the detailed results and observations are summarized in the present investigations.

Key words : Biochemical, Channa punctatus, Dimethoate, Toxicity.
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