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ACCUMULATION OF TRACE METALS IN THE MUSCLE, LIVER AND GILLS TISSUES OF ARIUS MACULATUS AND PENNAHIA ANEA FISH SPECIES FROM COASTAL WATERS, PENINSULAR MALAYSIA
Fayoum Journal of Agricultural Research and Development
Fishes are considered as good indicators of trace metal pollution in the aquatic ecosystem in addition to being a good source of protein. Thus, the concentration of trace metals (Fe, Zn, Al, As, Cd and Pb) in water and muscle, liver and gills tissues of two important marine fish species, Arius maculatus and Pennahia anea collected from Kapar and Mersing in Peninsular Malaysia, were examined. Generally, Fe has the highest concentrations in both water and the fish species. While, Cd in bothdoi:10.21608/fjard.2014.193683 fatcat:7jgz23ovhzclti36vtjepnb6hi