Surf Excel And Nirma Powder Essay

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Effects of Surf excel and Nirma powder on glycogen (--mg/gm) content in Ovary of Mystusmontanus at various sublethal concentrations.

Exposure Time Concentration of detergents –mg/litre. Surf excel Nirma powder Control 6.67mg/lit. 13.3mg/lit. 7.833mg/lit. 15.67mg/lit.
24hrs 6.5 ± 0.229129 6.3 *
± 0.15 6.15*
± 0.15 6.3* ± 0.15 6.2* ± 0.229129
48hrs 6.6
± 0.15 6.15 *
± 0.15 5.75 *
± 0.229129 6.2 *
± 0.31225 6.0 *
± 0.15
72hrs 6.55
± 0.15 5.6 *
± 0.31225 5.2 **
± 0.377492 5.8 **
± 0.31225 5.5 **
± 0.229129
96hrs 6.6
± 0.216333 5.35 **
± 0.229129 4.8 **
± 0.15 5.45 **
±
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* = Insignificant, ** = Significant at 5.5%, ***= Significant at 1 %, ANOVA table was used for calculation.

Graph-2-Effects of Surf excel and Nirma powder on glycogen (--mg/gm) content in Tetis of Mystusmontanus at various sublethal concentrations.

Table: -3
Effects of Surf excel and Nirma powder on Protein (--mg/gm) content in Ovary of Mystusmontanus at various sublethal concentrations.

Exposure Time Concentration of detergents –mg/litre. Surf excel Nirma powder Control 6.67mg/lit. 13.3mg/lit. 7.833mg/lit. 15.67mg/lit.
24hrs 43.611
±1.27297 42.222 *
±2.096867 43.11067* ± 1.734989 43.333* ± 1.667 41.38867** ± 1.734588
48hrs 44.1663
± 1.6665 41.38867

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