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The concentration and distribution of Cr, Cu, Pb and Zn among the tissues of a freshwater fish, Clarias gariepinus, exposed to combined (composite) tannery effluent was investigated at two sub-lethal concentrations (2 and 6%) in static bioassay for 8 weeks by Gbem et al.
Knowledge of the distribution of metals in tissues is useful in identifying particular organs that are sensitive and selective to heavy metal accumulation (Gbem et al ., 2001).
In the present study muscle accumulated the least metals burdens as compared to the other organs which is in accordance with the findings of Gbem et al.