EFFECTS OF CYANIDE ON ORNAMENTAL CORAL FISH (CHROMIS VIRIDIS)

@inproceedings{Arifin2018EFFECTSOC,
  title={EFFECTS OF CYANIDE ON ORNAMENTAL CORAL FISH (CHROMIS VIRIDIS)},
  author={Zainal Arifin and Dwi Hindarti},
  year={2018}
}
The use of cyanide particularly for fishing has caused concern for its impacts on aquatic marine life. This study was the first attempt to provide information on the effect of cyanide on tropical marine fish in Indonesia and aimed to determine the toxicity of cyanide to coral fish, Chromis viridis. The fish were exposed to 10,18,32,56 and 100 µg 1 -1 of cyanide. These five cyanide concentrations were tested for 96h period of exposure through a static-renewal. Cyanide was found to be very toxic… 

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