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Research Article

Hematology of Wild Caught Dubois’s Tree Frog Polypedates teraiensis, Dubois, 1986 (Anura: Rhacophoridae)

Table 1

Hematological parameters observed in adult males and females of Polypedates teraiensis.

Hematological parametersSex
Male Female
X ± SD (range)X ± SD (range)

RBC count* (0.58–0.61) (0.61–0.65)
Haemoglobin conc. (%) (5.8–6.1) (5.5–6.2)
Packed cell volume (%) (49.5–52.0) (50.5–52.5)
Mean corpuscular volume (µ³) (819.67–866.66) (803.07–833.33)
Mean corpuscular haemoglobin (Pg) (96.72–105.17) (90.76–105.76)
Mean corpuscular haemoglobin conc. (%) (11.71–11.95) (11.3–12.77)
RBC, length (µm)* (15.5–18.5) (18.0–21.5)
RBC, breadth (µm)* (8.8–9.1) (8.2–8.9)
Length/breadth of RBC (1.77–2.10) (2.02–2.41)
Surface area of erythrocyte (µm²) (107.60–126.98) (121.52–191.35)
Length of RBC’s nucleus (µm) (5.9–6.5) (5.9–9.5)
Breadth of RBC’s nucleus (µm) (4.9–5.1) (4.5–6.7)
Length/breadth of RBC’s nucleus (1.18–1.27) (1.16–1.52)
Surface area of RBC’s nucleus (µm²) (23.01–25.85) (20.7–49.64)
WBC count (number of WBC/mm³) (11.8–12.5) (11.5–12.9)
Neutrophil (%)* (22.0–25.0) (25.0–27.6)
Lymphocyte (%) (53.1–58.0) (54.6–55.6)
Basophil (%) (3.2–3.8) (1.9–4.2)
Eosinophil (%) (10.0–12.5) (9.8–10.2)
Monocyte (%) (5.9–7.1) (5.0–6.0)
Neutrophil/lymphocyte ratio* (0.37–0.45) (0.45–0.50)
Diameter of neutrophil (µm) (9.0–11.5) (10.0–11.5)
Area occupied by neutrophil (µm²) (63.62–103.81) (78.55–103.81)
Diameter of large lymphocyte (µm)* (7.5–11.5) (7.5–12.0)
Area occupied by large lymphocyte (µm²) (44.15–121.31) (44.15–113.04)
Diameter of small lymphocyte (µm) (4.0–6.0) (4.1–5.9)
Area occupied by small lymphocyte (µm²) (12.56–28.26) (13.19–27.32)
Diameter of basophil (µm) (9.0–13.5) (9.5–13.5)
Area occupied by basophil (µm²)* (63.58–143.06) (70.84–143.06)
Diameter of eosinophil (µm)* (10.0–12.0) (9.5–13.5)
Area occupied by eosinophil (µm²) (78.50–113.04) (70.84–143.06)
Diameter of monocyte (µm) (10.0–12.0) (10.0–12.0)
Area occupied by monocyte (µm²) (78.50–113.04) (78.50–113.04)

: mean; SD: standard deviation; Pg: pictogram. Difference in values between males and females statistically significant.