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ANALYSIS OF THE TOXIC FACTOR PRESENT IN TOR SP. OF CHALAKUDI RIVER, WESTERN GHATS
International Journal of Environmental Biology
Chalakudy River is the fifth longest river in Kerala with a total length of 144 km which supports rich fish diversity. An unidentified rare mahseer species of the Chalakudy river is a red variety locally known as 'choppan choora' (choppan=red;choora=mahseer) is not eaten by the people as its consumption leads to giddiness, nausea and vomiting which last for at least 24 hours. The present study describes the toxic factor present in Tor sp. of Chalakudy River. Bioassay-guided fractionation wasfatcat:r45fo4fzxvciddlzusv23k4rka