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Effects of carbofuran on certain tissues of the fish Lepidocephalichthys thermalis



Effects of carbofuran on certain tissues of the fish Lepidocephalichthys thermalis



Environment and Ecology 5(2): 216-219



The effects of 96 h of exposure to sublethal (1.0 mg/litre) and lethal (6.5 mg/litre) concentrations of carbofuran on gill, intestine and liver tissue in the fish Lepidocephalichthys thermalis was studied in the laboratory in India. Sublethal concentrations caused dilation of the lamellar space, aggregation of epithelial cells and fusion in the secondary lamellae with regard to the gills.

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