Impact of Textile Dye Industry Effluent on the Neurosecretory Cells in Fresh Water Female Crab Spiralothelphusa hydrodroma (Herbst)

P Sekar, S Hariprasad, M Deccaraman
2008 Journal of Applied Sciences Research   unpublished
The freshwater field crab, Spiralothelphusa hydrodroma is an important human food source in various parts of South India. The impact of textile dye industry effluent (TDIE) on the experimental female crab S.hydrodroma (Herbst) was carried out. Effect of TDIE on the biochemical changes in the neurosecretory cells such as brain, thoracic ganglia and eyestalk were observed. Quantitative study of biochemical changes of lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), succinate dehydrogenase (SDH), acid phosphotase
more » ... cid phosphotase (ACP) and alkaline phosphotase (ALP) in the neurosecretory cells was undertaken.
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