Fish Environment & Human Health

Fish Environment & Human Health

by Pandey, B N
 

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  • Year: 2016
  • Paperback/Hardbound: Hardbound
  • ISBN: 9789384337285
  • Language: ENGLISH
 
 

1. Indigenous Traditional Technical Knowledge of Disease Cure and Prevention Through Fish Consumption 2. Fisheries Development in India After Independence 3. Fishes in Ancient World, Vedas and other Religions: An Overview 4. Mythology of fishes: Myth or Reality? 5. Acute Toxicity Determination of WSF of Diesel Fuel to the Freshwater Teleost, Channa punctatus (Bloch) 6. A Comparative Study on Effect of X-rays and γ Rays (2.4 Gy) on Mitotic Chromosomes of Oreochromis mossambicus 7. The Ultimate Imminent Food: Single-Cell Protein (SCP) 8. Development of Assessment Tool of Water Quality Assessment of Streams and Rivers Using Benthic Macro Invertebraes 9. Cellular and Genetic Effects of Groundwater Arsenic Pollution in Katwa Blocks in Burdwan District: An In Vivo Study 10. A Survey of Medicinally Important Plants in and Around Mathabhanga, District: Kochbehar, West Bengal, India 11. Impacts of Heat Stress on Goat Health: A Review in The Context of Food Security 12. Impact of Some Herbal Medicines in Controlling Salt Related Hypertension Within Some Tribal People of The Districts Nadia and Purulia, West Bengal, India 14. Mutagenic Effect of Beijerinckia indica in Six Different Mammalian Models 15. Studies on Faunal Biodiversity and their Impact on Livelihood in 
Indian Sunderban Area 16. State-of-the-Art of Living Technologies for Wastewater Treatment: 
Ecotech Approches Banking on Nature’s Library 17. Effect of Fly Ash Pollution on Fish Diversity at Bhagirathi River in Murshidabad District, West Bengal 18. Environmental Awareness in Noise Pollution Among Different Engineering College Student of Different Locality 19. Arsenic Trioxide Induced Toxic Effects in The Developing Brain of Chick Embryos 20. Remedial Effects of Aged Garlic Extract During Acute and Chronic Arsenic Exposure in Mice