Therapeutic efficacy of aloevera against the antioxidant enzyme effect of cypermethrin in the fresh water fish cyprinus carpio

Jayalakshmi S., Pugazhendy K., Tamizhazhagan V., Sakthidasan V., Jayanthi C and Sasikala P

Current scanrio environmental pollution occurs when the environmental degradation crosses limit so that. It becomes lethal to living organisms. Pollution of water bodies forces them to acclimatize to various factors thus imposing a considerable amount of stress on their lives. Phosphatase is known to be sensitive to metal exposures and can be used to predict metal toxicity. The acid phosphatase (ACP) and alkaline phosphatase (ALP), TBRAS enzyme activity,GPx,Alkalain phosphatase, AchE brought a decrease in acid and alkaline phosphatase (ACP and ALP) in Liver and Kidney when a freshwater Cyprinus carpio exposed to Cypermethrin concentration as compared to the control group. Alovera act as alter the acidic and alkaline phosphatase activity in the studied organs three groups of newly hatched spotted Cyprinus carpio were held at three different temperatures in order to determine relationships between metabolic, digestive and growth response in rapidly developing larvae.Reduced glutathione showed a positive compensation (higher activity at a lower temperature) whereas glycolytic enzymes (pyruvate kinase and Lactate dehydrogenase) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST) showed a negative compensation (lower activity at a lower temperature). Citrate synthase was not affected by growth rate, indicating that the level of aerobic capacity was adequate in sustaining the high energy needs associated with rapid growth early in the life of the spotted Cyprinus carpio. Hence, the results from present investigations may be useful in the assessment of environmental stress in the aquatic ecosystem to usefull for modern researchers, and environmentalist provide signals.

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