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Cadmium Induced Environmental Hazards on Fresh Water Fish

Lingaraj Patro (Author)
Synopsis It is a very implicative research work which is on a burning topic of ecological imbalance on solid industrial wastes i.e. chloride. In other words, cadmium chloride is a combination of solid industrial wastes and chemical effluents merges by flowing into water bodies which is mentioned by testing scientifically in the laboratorial experiments with fish as sample. Because fish is the massive use of non-veg. food of the modern society. The hazards meant by pollutants flown to the aquatic environment including lake, river, sea, etc. causes the hazards to the living organs in the environment which also affects to the earth, air, ultimately to the living organs including human bodies. "Eco-Toxicology (ecological hazard) is the study of toxic affects (poisonous affects) of chemical and physical agents on living organism." The organic matters of domestic sewerage also mostly containing metabolic wastes, detergent formulations, consumer products, and trace elements, polythene materials are mostly bio-degradable and exceeds rate of environmental degradation. Modern agriculture with its rapid mechanism and spreading of fertilisers, pesticides causes herbicides, insecticides and fungicides which is an ever increasing pressure on natural environment.
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Title Cadmium Induced Environmental Hazards on Fresh Water Fish
Format Hardcover
Date published: 29.09.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8183563253
length viii+208p., Tables; Figures.