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Toxicity of Copper Sulphate and Zinc Sulphate To Macrobrachium Lamarrei (H. Milne Edwards) (Decapoda, Palaemonidae)

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Des expériences d'épreuve biologique statique ont été effectuées en laboratoire pour évaluer les concentrations moyennes léthales (LC50) de sulfate de cuivre et de sulfate de zinc sur la crevette d'eau douce Macrobrachium lamarrei (H. Milne Edwards). Les valeurs LC50 étaient 0,396, 0,338, 0,290 et 0,247 mg/l pour le sulfate de cuivre, et de 12,955, 10,702, 7,535 et 3,188 mg/l pour le sulfate de zinc après 24, 48 et 96 heures respectivement. Le sulfate de cuivre est apparu comme 13 fois plus toxique que le sulfate de zinc.

Affiliations: 1: Pollution Relevant Research Laboratory, Department of Zoology, University of Gorakhpur, Gorakhpur-273001, India


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