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Abstract

IMPACT OF DETERGENT TIDE ON THE BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF THE FRESH WATER FISH, LABEO ROHITA

K. Pechiammal* and J. Vasanthi

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Water pollution occurs when pollutants are directly or indirectly discharged into water bodies without adequate treatment to remove harmful compounds. One of the main sources of chemical pollutants is everyday detergents. Specific contaminants leading to water pollution include a wide range of chemicals (such as bleach) and microbes. Several chemicals that we use in our daily life are harmful elements and compounds. These could be magnesium or calcium-based substances that affect water. Detergents sometimes could be carcinogenic, so they should be eliminated from the water. According to Enviroharvest Inc., "The detergents can contain suspected carcinogens and ingredients that do not fully biodegrade." When detergents affect lakes and ponds, the phosphates present in them act as fertilizers and cause the rapid growth of algae, which can lead to the death of other organisms in the water. LC50 value of Tide for Labeorohitaat 24, 48, 72 and 96hrs were calculated. The amount of protein, carbohydrate and lipid content in Labeorohitaexposed to detergent (Tide) decreased in all experimental groups when compared to control.

Keywords: Detergent Tide, Labeorohita, biochemical.


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