A scanning electron microscopic probe into the cellular injury in the alimentary canal of Notopterus notopterus (Pallas) after cadmium intoxication.


Microanatomical changes attributable to cadmium poisoning have been observed in the various regions of the alimentary tract of Notopterus notopterus after exposure to sublethal concentrations (75.54 mg CdCl2 liter-1) of the metal. In the buccopharynx, the major changes following treatment with cadmium were shrinkage of the stratified epithelial cells with… (More)


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