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Nucleic Acid Content in Tissue of the Fish N. notopterus Collected from Different Aquatic Bodies

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Nucleic acid content in brain, liver, kidney and gonads of the freshwater fish Notopterus notopterus collected from different aquatic bodies were studied during pre-spawning phase of the reproductive cycle. The three different aquatic bodies selected were Saradgi nala, Bennithora River and Bheema River and their physiochemical parameters also studied. The present study of nucleic acid content in brain, liver, kidney and gonads of the fish Notopterus notopterus collected from aquatic body Bennithora River shows normal levels of the nucleic acid as compared to that of fish from other two aquatic bodies. The normal content of nucleic acid content of N. notoptuers in the aquatic body Bennithora may be due to favorable environmental condition for survival, growth, distribution and reproductive activity.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Natural Sciences (Volume 28)
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17-26
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K. Ravikiran and R.S. Kulkarni, "Nucleic Acid Content in Tissue of the Fish N. notopterus Collected from Different Aquatic Bodies", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 28, pp. 17-26, 2015
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