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1990; Martin et al. 1999). , 1999) as innate immune response. , 1992). MATERIALS AND METHODS Adult L. 5 cm of length weighing 70 ± 10 gm was collected from selected habitat of district of south 24 Parganas of West Bengal, India and transported to the laboratory. Animals were maintained in standard glass aquaria in batches and fed with chopped Hydrilla. The water of the static water environment was replenished in every 24 hours and animals were acclimatized for one week (Heasman and Fielder,1983).
8 THC in post-treated S. serrata (x105 cells / ml) THC of S. 8* On being exposed to sublethal doses of arsenic, the population of hyalinocytes and granulocytes exhibited a steady decline in 1 ppm of sodium arsenite (Figure 2). The granulocytes showed a remarkable rise in count against 2 ppm of sodium arsenite up to 30 days (Figure 3). Exposure of the animals in 3 ppm for 4 days resulted a highest increase in distribution of hyalinocytes, 10 times more and an lowest decrease in semigranulocytes, 4 times than control (Figure 4).