Histopathological Analysis of Senga Kaigaonensis (Wankhede & Reddy, 2009) Contaminating Fresh Water Fish Channa Gachua from Ujani Reservoir, Maharashtra State, IndiaJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 7)
Publication Date: 2021-07-15
Authors : A. S. Raipalli; S. S. Raipalli;
Page : 6-8
Keywords : Histopathology; contaminating; Ujani reservoir;
In the present analysis contigeny and anatomical changes caused by cestode parasites Senga kaigaonensis (Wankhede & Reddy, 2009) in the guts of fresh water fishes, Channa gachua from Ujani Reservoir, Maharashtra State, India are studied. Parasites were found attached to the epithelial membrane of gut characterized by mucus secretion which resulted in severe deterioration and disaster in mucosa, submucosa, serosa and muscularis layers. Hisyoathological analysis of contaminated gut of Channa gachua disclose epithelial refuse and destructed connective tissue cells at the site of pierce.
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