Human biotoxic, Human Reproduction Effects and Biomarkers to Assess the Health of the Ecosystem by Estimate the Ratios of Heavy Elements
Keywords:Human biotoxic, biomarkers, health, ecosystem, heavy elements
This study was conducted to investigate the concentration of some heavy metals (Cr, Zn, Cu, Cd, Pb) in some types of frozen and canned fish in Diwaniyah. Five types of fish were widely available (Stromateus Sp., Parastromateus niger, Labeo rohita , Sardina pilchardus ). And the number of replicates of one species, where the number of fish during the study period 20 fish. The results obtained showed a difference in results and the concentrations of the heavy elements above were measured by ppm (0,231-13,18 / 0.012-0,915 / 0.028-0,0234 / 0,400-2,161 / 0.021-0,141) for Cr, Zn, Cu, Cd and Pb respectively. The above results showed the increase in concentrations of heavy metals compared to previous studies, as well as their comparison with global and local determinants of these elements. The concentrations of heavy elements in the tissues of the muscles and muscles of theStromateus Sp fish (0.30, 0.89, 0.89, 0.89, -0.59 / ND / 0.100) for CR, Zn, Cu, Cd and Pb respectively. But in gils and frozen erythematic muscles were (0.2 / 0.473 - 0.019 / 0.043 - 0.053 / 0.115 - 1.589 / 0.929 - ND / 0.100) for Cr, Zn, Cu, Cd and Pb respectively.
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