Biotic Potential Effects of Pesticide Cypermethrin on Mus Musculus (Linnaeus, 1758)

Author: Rayan Das

DOI Link:-https://doi-ds.org/doilink/06.2024-33831414/BIJMRD/Vol -2 /4/A25/Rayan Das

Abstract: Cypermethrin is generally safe for both people and animals when used as directed on the label since it has minimal toxicity to mammals. It might have negative effects on health and the environment. This study intends to contribute to our knowledge of the possible dangers of pesticide exposure in wildlife populations by methodically evaluating these reproductive parameters in order to offer thorough insights into the effects of different doses of cypermethrin on the reproductive physiology of mice, Mus musculus (L.). As the concentration increased, the number of females conceived decreases. This study also suggested that the concentration of the substance played a role in female breeding success. As the concentration increased, fertility appeared to decrease. It also suggested that the gestation period in an organism was influenced by the concentration of Cypermethrin. As the concentration increases, the gestation period lengthens. Cypermethrin’s effects on the oestrus cycle may accumulate over time, exacerbating reproductive dysfunction with prolonged or repeated exposure.

Keywords: Cypermethrin, Wildlife Populations, Metabolic, Wildlife Populations, High Concentration.

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