Anthropogenic environmental pollution reduces the effectiveness of the nervous, immune and endocrine systems. This leads to an increase in chromosomal abnormalities and disrupts the cytogenetic stability of the body. The work has been prompted by the need to identify cytogenetic features of bioindicators reflecting the quality of the habitat. Bioindicators live together with people under the same pollution conditions. They are an important link between human and ecosystem health (Hayes et al., 2002).