A. testudineus


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Noun1.A. testudineus - a small perch of India whose gills are modified to allow it to breathe airA. testudineus - a small perch of India whose gills are modified to allow it to breathe air; has spiny pectoral fins that enable it to travel on land
fish - any of various mostly cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates usually having scales and breathing through gills; "the shark is a large fish"; "in the living room there was a tank of colorful fish"
Anabas, genus Anabas - the type genus of the family Anabantidae; small fish that resemble perch
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Transmission electron microscopic observation showed deformation in nucleus and mitochondria (Figure 1.7), damage in rough endoplasmic reticulum, and vacuolations in stomach of A. testudineus (Figure 1.8), but only deformed mitochondria and vacuolations were observed under field condition and damages were less than laboratory condition (Figure 1.9).
Present study is reporting first time the toxicity of the sulfonylurea-based commercial agrochemical, Almix with regard to histological and ultrastructural observations through scanning and transmission electron microscopy in A. testudineus under field and laboratory conditions on comparative basis, although Senapati reported histopathological alterations under laboratory condition in oesophagus, buccopharynx, stomach and intestine of A.
Therefore, based on this finding and supported by several previous studies, it was approved that malathion, dichlorvos and temephos were poisonous to A. testudineus and these pesticides exert their action by inhibiting AChE activity.
2) in analysed samples was 0.95 [+ or -] 12, whereas, Nargis (2006) foundthat ash content was foundto vary from 1.32 to 2.15% with an average of 1.72 [+ or -] 0.07% formales and 1.45 to 2.21% for females (1.78 [+ or -] 0.06%) A. testudineus. But Chowdhury (1981) found the values of ash very high, it may be due to habitat, season, sex and size.
Banerji and Prasad (1974) reported that reproduction and fecundity of A. testudineus in Indian waters but information about reproductive potential of this species in Malaysia is still scarce.
Considering the scarcity of published information on the reproductive biology and economic importance of climbing perch an investigation on the fecundity of A. testudineus was undertaken.
A. testudineus breeds in paddy fields and seasonal ponds with at least 10-25 cm depth.
[31] developed a viable induced breeding technique for A. testudineus, and showed that its culture could be highly profitable[44] no detailed data on other important aspects of climbing perch culture are available[57,51,3,4].