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Research Paper | Environmental Science Studies | India | Volume 3 Issue 7, July 2014
Effect of Different Concentration of Textile Waste Water On Nutritional Values of Cicer arietinum Var. Rsg 896 L
Priya Goyal | Surendra Singh Chauhan
Abstract: Nitrogen is building block element for plants. Cicer arietinum is leguminous plant and form nodules and it is found in rhizobium association. In Cicer arietinum, rhizobium fix atmospheric nitrogen for the plant but due the presence of higher amount of heavy metal, the amount of nitrogen continuously decreases. The waste water of Amanishah nallah, Sanganer contain large number of heavy metals as the textile and dyeing printing industries are discharging their waste water directly into Amanishah nallah and these industries use dye, printing agents which have Cr, Cd, Pb, Cu in their solution. In this study, different level of this waste water were used in pots of Cicer arietinum and it was found that at each succeeding level, the amount of carbohydrate, nitrogen and protein get reduced due to the toxicity of heavy metal present in waste water. At pre stage, the concentration of carbohydrate, nitrogen and protein varies from 139 to 310 mg/g, 0.130 to 0.648 % and 0.815 to 4.053 % respectively, at peak stage from 376 to 782 mg/g, 0.150 to 0.799 % and 0.939 to 5.495 % respectively and at post stage from 302 to 615 mg/g, 0.159 to 0.799 % and 0.997 to 4.995 % respectively.
Keywords: Waste Water, Printing Industry, Cicer arietinum, Nutritional value, Amanishah Nallah
Edition: Volume 3 Issue 7, July 2014,
Pages: 140 - 144
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