Effects Of PAHs Pollutions On Blood Thyroidal Hormones Of Liza Klunzingeri In The Northern Part Of Hormoz Strait (Persian Gulf) | 9517
Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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This study was to determine the effects of Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) on thyroidal hormones of
to monitoring marine pollution from northern part of Hormoz strait (Persian Gulf) in November 2011. A total of 45
individuals were collected from three estuaries (Shour-e-aval, Souro and Bustanoo) and determining the PAHs and Hormone
parameters.Results showed highest total PAHs levels (22.38?0.005 ng/g) were in the fish samples and the lowest the lowest are
obtained for water samples (10.30?0.88ng/g). Most of the PAH concentrations have been Fluoranthene (F) in three stations. T3
and T4 were increased in most polluted station than those of the less polluted stations. There were a positive correlation between
T3 and T4 with PAHs results which T4 had significant positive correlation (P<0.05). Results shown
oil sources (Petrogenic) and fuel (Payrogenic) of polycyclic aromatic compounds in this study area.
Saeed Sadeghi has Student master of Water and Wastewater from Islamic Azad University of Bandar Abbas. He is 39 years old. Over 11 years of
official Hormozgan Province Water and Wastewater Company. As an expert in material oil pollution in the Persian Gulf coast and very intrestedin
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