alexa Abstract | Study of Total Lipid Content under influence of temperature stress in snake headed fish, Channa punctatus (Bloch, 1972)
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Temperature is the dominant ecological factor on all animal lives. The aquatic animals are highly sensitive to the temperature fluctuations. In present work, snake headed fish Channa punctatus was exposed for 24, 48, 72 and 96 hours under stress conditions of temperature. The notable changes in total lipid content were observed and compared with control set. The present investigation showed depletion in the total lipid content was observed in liver tissue of freshwater fish, Channa punctatus under cold and warm temperature stress. The total lipid content expressed as percentage of lipid content per gm wet wt. of tissue

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Author(s): Ashwini Jagtap & Rajendra Mali


Temperature, Total Lipid, Liver, Channa punctatus, Lipid Signaling Pathways

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