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Research Paper | Zoology | India | Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015
The Study of Seasonal Variation in Copper Metal Concentration from Lendi River, District Nanded, Maharashtra, India
Bimbisar D. Waghmare  | A.N. Kulkarni
Abstract: Lendi River is one of the tributary of river Manar, originates at Malkapur dist. Latur and joins to river Manar at Degloor, dist Nanded. Water of this Semi-perennial river is used to perform various activities such as industrial, irrigation, fisheries and human activities. Copper is an essential trace element required in small quantity (5 to 20g/g) for carbohydrate metabolism and the functioning of more than 30 enzymes. However, copper concentrations over 20 g/g can be toxic. Hence concentration of Copper metal was estimated from July 2010 to June 2011. Average estimated value of Copper at Station-I is 0.412 mg/l, Station. -II is 0.342 mg/l & Station-III is 0.415 mg/l. Details of estimation of Copper is discussed in the text.
Keywords: Seasonal Variations, Copper, Lendi, River, Nanded District, Water
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015,
Pages: 586 - 588
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