Rapid growth of industries and mills have caused overall increase in economy and contributed to the development of world. But, this fact can never be ignored that after industrial revolution has not only cut the workload on humans ,also, they have caused great menace to life and health of people as well as organisms from single celled to multicellular. Harmful substances such as pesticides, heavy metals, paper mill waste, polychlorinated biphenyl and crude oil and heavy metal contaminants are often released into the aquatic environment. When large quantities of these pollutants are released, there are visible amount of changes seen in large amount of sudden mortalities of aquatic organisms especially fishes. Also, several species of aquatic organisms are extinct leading to loss of great biodiversity. Lower levels of discharge result in an accumulation of the pollutants in body composition of fish. The polluted water have undesirable colour, odour, taste, turbidity, harmful chemical contents, toxic and heavy metals, pesticides, industrial waste products, domestic sewage, and other physico chemical properties not in the reference range assigned by WHO (World Health Organisation) and CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board) .Fish species show a number of morphological , biochemical and hematological changes in their body which can be made clear from the several research papers.the aquatic pollution now-a days have become hot topic for the discussion and debates in various institutions, research papers ,books and several manuscripts.
Industrial Effluents, Beheavioral Alterations, Acetylcholinesterases, Transaminases, Hematology
Bhagyashree Tiwari , Ajay Singh "Hematological and Biochemical Alterations Incorporated in Freshwater Fishes Due to Several Industrial Effluents in River Water: A Review" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 3 2022 Page 57-66
Bhagyashree Tiwari , Ajay Singh "Hematological and Biochemical Alterations Incorporated in Freshwater Fishes Due to Several Industrial Effluents in River Water: A Review" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(3)