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Bioaccumulation of chromium and cadmium in commercially edible fishes of gangetic West Bengal


, : Bioaccumulation of chromium and cadmium in commercially edible fishes of gangetic West Bengal. Trends in Applied Sciences Research 1(5): 511-517

Concentration of chromium and cadmium were investigated in the gill, gonads, skin and muscle tissues of six commercially edible fishes sampled from upper course of gangetic West Bengal. Heavy metal concentrations in the tissues tended to vary significantly among seasons and monsoon period showed particularly high metal concentration compared to pre-monsoon and post-monsoon period. Muscle tissues and gill showed higher concentration of chromium and cadmium than the gonads and skin.

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