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Tissue Metal Distribution and Risk Assessment for Important Fish Species from Saudi Arabia
TLDR
It is suggested that there is a possible health risk to consumers due to the current consumption rate of A. d.
Health risks associated with pesticide residues in water, sediments and the muscle tissues of Catla catla at Head Balloki on the River Ravi
TLDR
The concentration of endosulfan, carbofuran, and deltamethrin were higher than the permissible limits for fish set by international agencies and pose a potential ecological risk to the aquatic ecosystem and a consequent hazard to human health.
Rosmarinus officinalis essential oil: antiproliferative, antioxidant and antibacterial activities
The aim of this work was to investigate and compare the antiproliferative, antioxidant and antibacterial activities of Rosmarinus officinalis essential oil, native to Pakistan. The essential oil
EFFECT OF NITRATE AND NITRITE POLLUTION ON SOME HAEMATOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF RABBITS
Haematological studies in rabbis fed on nitrates/nitrites revealed erythrocytopenia, leukocytopenia, decreased haemoglobin and lowered erythrocytic sedimentation rate up to 20 to 30 days postfeeding,
Rosmarinus officinalis essential oil: antiproliferative, antioxidant and antibacterial activities
TLDR
It is concluded from the results that Rosmarinus officinalis essential oil exhibited antiproliferative, antioxidant and antibacterial activities.
Pesticide residues in flesh of Cirrhinus mrigala collected from a commercial farm and river Chenab at Trimu Head, Jhang.
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Pesticide residues except for methomidophos were also identified in the flesh of the wild fish and higher concentration of pesticide residues was recorded in cultured fish.
Histopathological Changes in Liver, Gills and Intestine of Labeo rohita Inhabiting Industrial Waste Contaminated Water of River Ravi
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Comparison of histopathology in each organ of Labeo rohita showed a same degree of tissue damage in the gills, while aggregation of hepatocytes in the liver, and atrophy of the mucosal layer in intestinal tissue of L. rohitas were more evident.
Isolation and characterization of collagen from fish waste material- skin, scales and fins of Catla catla and Cirrhinus mrigala
  • S. Mahboob
  • Biology, Medicine
    Journal of Food Science and Technology
  • 1 July 2015
TLDR
Significant variation exists in type of collagen and amino acid profile within the weight groups of the two fish species, and Glycine and alanine were the most abundant amino acid, whereas tryptophan was totally absent in all selected tissues.
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