Journal of Toxicology / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Alteration of Blood Parameters and Histoarchitecture of Liver and Kidney of Silver Barb after Chronic Exposure to Quinalphos

Table 1

Mean hematological parameters of silver barb exposed to sublethal concentrations (0.47 and 0.94 ppm) of QP in 1, 7, 14, 21, and 28 days.

ParameterExposure time (d)Control (0.00 ppm)Concentration of QP (ppm)
0.470.94

RBCs (×106/mm3)15.19 ± 0.545.08 ± 0.335.02 ± 21
75.21 ± 0.294.67 ± 0.173.88 ± 0.06
145.20 ± 0.443.85 ± 0.113.10 ± 0.11
215.27 ± 0.382.40 ± 0.282.20 ± 0.08
285.17 ± 0.282.73 ± 0.062.14 ± 0.08

WBCs (×104/mm3)12.84 ± 0.132.91 ± 0.172.96 ± 0.19
72.90 ± 0.163.62 ± 0.224.37 ± 0.29
142.90 ± 0.243.80 ± 0.684.44 ± 0.21
212.92 ± 0.274.31 ± 0.235.16 ± 0.27
282.94 ± 0.074.42 ± 0.285.67 ± 0.12

Hemoglobin (g/dL)112.57 ± 0.2312.23 ± 0.2612.09 ± 0.57
712.63 ± 0.2510.73 ± 0.2510.27 ± 0.64
1412.50 ± 0.3010.40 ± 0.759.47 ± 0.60
2112.67 ± 0.459.13 ± 0.848.90 ± 1.37
2812.40 ± 0.569.50 ± 0.619.23 ± 0.55

PCV (%)146.22 ± 2.1645.31 ± 1.5244.49 ± 2.67
746.90 ± 3.4432.14 ± 0.5627.20 ± 6.05
1446.23 ± 1.2927.16 ± 2.6326.27 ± 2.77
2143.16 ± 4.4424.91 ± 3.1324.88 ± 4.59
2844.31 ± 3.9822.75 ± 3.1322.19 ± 2.45

MCV (m3)189.05 ± 4.1289.19 ± 3.2188.62 ± 4.54
790.33 ± 10.5868.88 ± 3.0969.90 ± 14.48
1489.41 ± 10.0070.49 ± 5.4184.99 ± 7.20
2182.46 ± 12.87103.93 ± 10.16112.62 ± 18.27
2885.55 ± 3.1283.42 ± 12.49103.79 ± 11.79

MCH (pg)124.21 ± 1.8924.07 ± 1.6624.08 ± 1.97
724.28 ± 1.2922.99 ± 0.4726.43 ± 1.29
1424.17 ± 2.6327.05 ± 2.4030.54 ± 1.58
2124.09 ± 1.3638.65 ± 8.3440.58 ± 7.65
2824.01 ± 1.6634.84 ± 2.9643.15 ± 2.13

MCHC (%)127.19 ± 1.4326.99 ± 1.1227.17 ± 3.13
727.03 ± 1.8633.41 ± 1.3038.78 ± 7.37
1427.12 ± 0.2238.68 ± 6.1636.19 ± 4.69
2129.63 ± 4.1037.31 ± 8.1037.16 ± 12.3
2828.14 ± 2.9242.2 ± 5.6141.78 ± 2.84

Values are mean ± standard deviation, = 5, different alphabetic superscripts (a, b, and c) indicate significant differences at level, RBC = red blood cell, WBC = white blood cell, Hb = hemoglobin, PCV = packed cell volume, MCV = mean corpuscular volume, MCH = mean corpuscular hemoglobin, and MCHC = mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration.