ESTIMATION OF PROTEIN PROFILE IN MUSCLE TISSUE OF CHANNA PUNCTATUS FOLLOWING TREATMENT OF CYPERMETHRIN

Authors

  • Dr. Shivani Dubey
  • Dr. H.N. Sharma

Keywords:

Protein Profile, Muscle tissue, Channa punctatus, cypermethrin.

Abstract

Fish, both freshwater and marine, are one of the most vital non-target members in the environment impacted by pollution. The high mortality rates experienced by aquatic organisms, especially large fishes, as a result of high levels of pollution are only one of the many negative consequences of this type of pollution. The effects of synthetic pyrethroids on fish genetics are of great importance, as these chemicals are a major contributor to environmental degradation. Fish have a significant impact on the human economy and way of life. Their nutritional worth as a source of protein, vitamin A and D, and other nutrients is now widely recognised. Given that fish meal is readily digestible, nutritionally dense, and a nutritionally balanced diet, it has become a staple in the fisheries industry and plays a crucial role in the country's economic and social growth. This investigation provides the first comprehensive protein profile of Channa punctatus muscle after cypermethrin administration.

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Published

2024-06-15

How to Cite

ESTIMATION OF PROTEIN PROFILE IN MUSCLE TISSUE OF CHANNA PUNCTATUS FOLLOWING TREATMENT OF CYPERMETHRIN. (2024). Journal of Science Innovations and Nature of Earth, 2(3). https://jsiane.com/index.php/files/article/view/154

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