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Deriving safe concentration and no observed effective concentration to Arsenic from Penaeus monodon

J.S.I Rajkumar

Journal Title:Journal of Chemical, Biological and physical sciences
Abstract


The post-larval stages of Penaeus monodon was exposed to arsenic in acute toxicity test to study the toxic effects on mortality and to derive the safe concentration and no observed effective concentration to protect juveniles from arsenic pollution. The 96-hour LC50 value was 1.13mg/l, safe concentration was 11.3?g/l and no observed effect concentration was 2.3?g/l. The concentration derived from the study would definitely provide a safety environment against arsenic pollution. Keeping in mind the less use age of animals in the laboratory for toxicity testing, the software used in the present study will have a better dealing in predicting the safe concentration and no observed effect concentration for easy propagation of juvenile marine organisms in the wild and estuarine as specific

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