Clastogenicity of sugar factory effluent using allium assay

Hemanth Kumar, N. K. and Mueen Taj and Shobha, J. (2015) Clastogenicity of sugar factory effluent using allium assay. Research in Plant Biology, 5 (6). 01-08. ISSN 2231-5101

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Abstract

Le.)It.ne rT sth hoeef Bdciuioscrtrhielelnemtr yics ateulf dfOlyux,e ynagtne nana Dtdte eimmtspa ctn ydth oa(tBso OxbiDce e)e,nf f Cemhcteasmd oeinc a tlor o Ooatxs ysteigpses nc etDlhlees mopafh noydns ii(coConOc h(DAem)l laiiucnamdl Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) were found to be very high in the effluent. The onion bulbs were treated with different concentrations of the distillery effluent (25, 50, 75 and 100) at room temperature. The percentage mitotic index and relative division rate were found to be decreased significantly as the concentration of the effluent increased. On the other hand, mitotic inhibition percentage and relative abnormality rate were found to increase as the effluent concentration increased. The chromosomal abnormalities were found to be increased as the concentration of the effluent increased when compared to the control. The observed chromosomal abnormalities include sticky metaphase, disturbed chromosome, sticky telophase, multipolar chromosome, laggards, fragmented metaphase, fragmented anaphase, scattered anaphase and chromosomal bridge. From the present study, it can be concluded that higher concentrations of the effluent inhibit cell division when compared to the control.\

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Sugar Effluent and Onion and Chromosomal Aberrations
Subjects: B Life Science > Botany
Divisions: Department of > Botany
Depositing User: Shrirekha N
Date Deposited: 19 Jul 2019 05:30
Last Modified: 02 Nov 2019 10:38
URI: http://eprints.uni-mysore.ac.in/id/eprint/5363

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