Volume No. 5 Issue No.: 3 Page No.: 509-515 January-March 2011

 

ALTERATIONS IN THE RABBIT LYMPHOID TISSUES AND SELECTED PARAMETERS OF HOMEOSTASIS AFTER BENDIOCARB ADMINISTRATION

 

Eva Petrovova, Jan Danko, Katarina Vdoviakova, Katarina Holovska, David Mazensky,

1. University of Veterinary Medicine and Pharmacology, Kosice (Slovak Republic)
2. Slovak University of Agriculture, Nitra (Slovak Republic)

 

Received on : October 20, 2010

 

ABSTRACT

 

The carbamate compounds are a class of cholinesterase inhibiting pesticides, and bendiocarb is the most widely used carbamate insecticide used to control disease vectors (mosquitoes, flies, household and agricultural pests). In this study histological structure of rabbit lymphoid tissue and selected parameters of homeostasis after bendiocarb administration were studied. Bendiocarb was perorally administered for 60 days (D60). The structure of intestinal wall of experimental animals revealed any significant changes. In the small intestine a

 

Keywords : Bendiocarb, Lymphoid tissue, Blood biochemistry, Haematology, Rabbit

 

 

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