INFLUENCE OF CHLORELLA VULGARIS ON COPPER METAL CAUSED PHOSHOGLUCOMUTASE VARIATION IN DIFFERENT BRAIN REGIONS OF TELEOSTS DUE TO DETOXIFICATION
The autotroph Chlorella vulgaris reduced the metal (sub-lethal concentrations of copper) induced enzyme variations PGM in followed by cerebrum, diencephalon, medulla oblongata and cerebellum in Labeo rohita, Clarias batrachus and Channa punctatus. The variations recorded in the above said enzyme subjected to sub-lethal copper concentration in presence of microbe recorded less fall in various brain regions than the one exposed directly to sub- lethal concentration of copper concentration in presence of microbe recorded less fall in various brain regions than the one exposed directly to sublethal concentrations of cooper educates that the autotroph Chlorella vulgaris has the detoxification ability.
AVINASH NICHAT, V.K. KAKARIA AND S.A. SHAFFI
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