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Tripathi, C.L. and Shukla, S.P. (1990) Enzymatic and Ultrastructural Studies in a Freshwater Catfish: Impact of Methyl Parathion. Biomedical Environmental Science, 3, 166-182.

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  • TITLE: Biomarkers and Ultra Structural Evaluation of Marine Pollution by Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons

    AUTHORS: Nehad M. Abd El Moneam, Nabila E. Abd El Maguid, Amany M. El-Sikaily, Marwa G. Zaki, Mohamed A. Sheradah

    KEYWORDS: Biomarkers, Ultra Structural Evaluation, Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol.7 No.10, September 26, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The present study is endeavored to study the oxidative stress and antioxidant response as well as the ultrastructural change of both liver and muscle tissues of Siganus rivulatus collected from polluted region (El-Mex Bay) and control region (Marsa Matrouh) to identify the significance of biomarkers. The results revealed that, El-Mex Bay was polluted by different types of chemicals including hydrocarbons comparing with the reference area (Matrouh area). Where, the concentration range of total hydrocarbons in sediment samples collected from Matrouh coast was 409.24 - 521.26 ng/g, dry weight, where as this range in sediment samples collected from El-MexBay was 4159.77 - 4589.81 ng/g, dry weight. In this context, the induction of antioxidant systems in fish collected from polluted area in response to oxidative stress should be considered as a clear indication of the presence of pollution and environmental health degradation. Also, The increase in lipid peroxidation was a useful indicator of the pollution load in the present study. The results suggest that chemical pollution is capable of inducing morphological alteration in liver offish collected from polluted area. The present study indicated that ultra-structural changes serveas biomarker of stress in aquatic environment.