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Effect of Malathion Toxicity in the Freshwater Fish Ophiocephalus punctatus-A Histological and Histochemical Study

@inproceedings{Narendiran2009EffectOM,
  title={Effect of Malathion Toxicity in the Freshwater Fish Ophiocephalus punctatus-A Histological and Histochemical Study},
  author={N. Jothi Narendiran and Satyanarayanan Senthil Kumaran and Annamalai Nagar and Tamil Nadu},
  year={2009}
}
4 Abstract: The present study deals with the effect of some water pollutant; malathion as an insecticide on histological and histochemical study in ophicoephalus punctatus. [] Key Result The fish showed severe histological changes in brain, liver, ovary and tissues. The degenerative changes included hypertrophy of cells and their nuclei, liver on the whole showed distance appearance. Pycnosis, Vaculation, Necrosis, fragmentation of ova were recorded in an increasing order towards the higher tested doses.

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