International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Special Issue 3, Part J (2017)
Chemical compositions present in Haemolymph of male millipede Anoplodesmus Tanjoricus (Pocock) from Amravati region
Suwarna K Zilpe
India is one of the twelve major diversity areas in the world, in terms of animals. The country is home to many endemic and exotic fauna. Despite of the great ecological importance of millipede not much attention has been made to study this fascinating arthropod. In the study undertaken, we have surveyed some of the common species of Millipede found in Amravati region. Our objective is to assign correct taxonomic status to this interesting myriapod species both at morphological and biochemical level. In the present study, after careful application of taxonomic keys we also analyzed major chemical composition of haemolymph from male. We estimated all the major inorganic constituents like Na+, K+, Ca+, Mg++, Chlorides and phosphates. This significant chemical composition have been discussed.
How to cite this article:
Suwarna K Zilpe. Chemical compositions present in Haemolymph of male millipede Anoplodesmus Tanjoricus (Pocock) from Amravati region. International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(3S): 294-295.