Study of Arsenic-Effect on Sperm Structure and Function in Swiss Mouse Essay

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CONTENTS Acknowledgements Abstract Aims and Objectives of the study Introduction Study on sperm motility and morphology of mouse Materials & methods Observation & Results Study on determination of sperm count of mouse Materials & methods Observation & Results Discussion Conclusion References 02 03 04 05 09 17 20 21 22 1|Page Acknowledgement First of all, I want to acknowledge my guide N.K.S. Sir (Dr.Nirmal Kumar Sarkar). Without his proper guidance, I would have been unable to complete my work. He has shown me the proper direction of my project study, starting from the first day till the submission of my project work. His continuous support has helped me proceed my work. Secondly, I want to acknowledge all the faculty members of my departments (Department of Zoology and Molecular Biology & Genetics), their continuous support, suggestions, guidance and gratitude has helped my work to be completed successfully. I want give a special acknowledgment to our K.B.Sir (Head of the Department of Zoology and Molecular Biology & Genetics). He always supported me by sharing his valuable thoughts. I also want to acknowledge T.K.M. Sir (Dr.Tushar Kanti Mukherjee). He has always fulfilled our queries all the time. I would also like to acknowledge our librarians, who have always helped us by bringing the suitable books required for the project. I want to thank our laboratory assistants for taking take of the mice used in the experiment, feeding them and regularly, providing necessary chemicals, etc. Lastly, I want to acknowledge my co-workers Rituparna Roy and Prodipta Ghatak who helped me by handling mice. ................................................................ [ Signature of the candidate ] 2|Page ABSTRACT Healthy & Adult (10 weeks old) male, inbred, albino mice of the Swiss strain were divided into two groups. One group was

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