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A Comparative Study on Effect of Agricultural Chemicals on Reptiles on Cholinesterase Activity of Pyrethroid and Organophosphate with Phytopesticide | Original Article

Akhilesh Kumar*, Archana Singh, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Calotes versicolor, a wildlife species, was used as the subject of the study. In this investigation, two different concentrations were employed. The activity of cholinesterase in the kidney was shown to decrease following treatment with cypermethrin, malathion, and biosal in this investigation. In the current study, it was discovered that cypermethrin reduced cholinesterase activity by up to 54 percent, malathion by up to 65.09 percent, and biosal by up to 24 percent.