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Abstract

EFFECT OF CARBENDAZIM FUNGICIDE ON PROTEIN CONTENT IN DIFFERENT TISSUES OF FRESHWATER FISH RASBORA DANICONIUS

Deshmukh R. S.*, Dubal R. S. and Pawar N. A.

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Carbendazim, a systemic benzimidazole fungicide, was widely used in agriculture, forestry, and veterinary medicine to manage fungal diseases. These chemicals may reach non-target habitats such as lakes and rivers by rain and wind, but fungicides are commonly identified in natural water, and their potential damage to non-target aquatic animals is gaining attention. Carbendazim is an antifungal compound that is utilized in a variety of crops and plants. The toxicity of several routinely used fungicides was investigated. The fungicide Carbendazim was used to conduct an acute toxicity test on Rasbora daniconius. The effect of carbendazim fungicide on biochemical elements such as protein in the gill, liver, kidney and muscle of the freshwater fish Rasbora daniconius is being investigated in this study. Biochemical ingredients were discovered to be a change in protein content in the tissue in the current investigation when compared to the control. In comparison to the control group, the treated (LC0 and LC50 concentration) group had a considerably lower value of biochemical activity in the gill, liver, kidney and muscle.

Keywords: Carbendazim, Rasbora daniconius, Protein content, Acute toxicity.


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