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Study The Relationships Between Toxic Effects of Lead Acetate and Number of Hematological and Biochemical Variables in The Male Domestic Rabbits
دراسة العلاقة بين التأثير السمي لخلات الرصاص وعدد من المتغيرات الدموية والكيموحيوية في ذكور الأرانب المحلية

Author: Wasan S. Oubeid وسن سرحان عبيد
Journal: Tikrit Journal for Agricultural Sciences مجلة تكريت للعلوم الزراعية ISSN: 18131646 Year: 2017 Volume: 17 Issue: وقائع المؤتمر العلمي السادس للعلوم الزراعية Pages: 463-468
Publisher: Tikrit University جامعة تكريت

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This study was carried out to study the relationship between the toxic effect of the lead acetate and number of biochemical and hematological variables in male domestic rabbit. Animals were divided to three groups each group consist of 6 male rabbits with weight about 1.5-2.5kg. First group is the control, was given a water and food as a normal condition, and was named (T1) the second group was given 60mg/kg of lead acetate for two week, and was named (T2), while the third group (T3) was given lead acetate on dose 40mg/kg for one month. The results of this study showed that the rate of Hb and PCV in groups which given lead acetate had significantly decrease (p≤.0.01), comparative with control group, also the result showed significantly differences in the level of the total protein and HDL, both of them had significantly decrease (p≥ 0.01) (p≤0.05), respectively in the groups which were given lead acetate comparative with control group. The level of blood sugar was significantly increasing (p≥ 0.01) comparative with control group.

أُجريت هذه الدراسة لمعرفة العلاقة ما بين التأثير السمي لخلات الرصاص بعدد من المتغيرات الدموية والكيموحيوية في ذكور الارانب المحلية .قسمت الحيوانات إلى ثلاثة مجاميع , ضمت كل مجموعة (6) حيوانات جميعها ذكور تراوحت اوزانها من1.5-2.5 كغم, اعطيت المجموعة الاولى الماء والطعام في ظروف طبيعية وعدت كمجموعة سيطرة ورمز لها T1, اما المجموعة الثانية فقد اعطيت خلات الرصاص بتركيز 60 ملغم / كغم من وزن الجسم ولمدة 15 يوم, ورمز لها بالرمز T2 ,في حين اعطيت المجموعة الثالثة T3 40 ملغم/ كغم من وزن الجسم من خلات الرصاص ولمدة 30 يوماً. اظهرت نتائج هذه الدراسة ان هناك فروقات معنوية في مستوى الهيموغلوبين Hb, وخلايا الدم الحمر المضغوطة , PCVحيث انخفضت قيمهما في المجاميع المعاملة بخلات الرصاص وعلى مستوى معنوية (p≤0.01) مقارنة بمجموعة السيطرة, وكان هناك فروقات معنوية في مستوى البروتين الكلي والبروتين الدهني عالي الكثافة HDL- chol حيث انخفضت نسبتهما معنويا (p≤ 0.01) (p≤0.05), على التوالي مقارنة بمجموعة السيطرة, فضلاً عن ارتفاع قيم السكر وعلى مستوى معنوية(p≤0.01) مقارنة بمجموعة السيطرة.


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Effect of Using Combined Oral Contraceptive on Thyroid Hormones and Lipid Profile in Female
تاثير استخدام موانع الحمل المركبة على هورمونات الغدة الدرقية ومستوى الدهون لدى الاناث

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This study was performed to know the effect of contraceptive pill on the thyroidhormone triiodothyronine, thyroxin, and thyroid stimulating hormone, and lipidprofile, (total cholesterol, triglyceride, and, high density lipoprotein). Blood sampleswere collected from 60 women's at the midcycle which divided to two groups, group(A) consist of 30 women taking combined oral contraceptive more than one year. andgroup (B) which consists 30 women never take oral contraceptive and considered ascontrol group. The age of these women varies from 20 to 35 years. The results of thecurrent study showed that the levels of triiodothyronin and thyroxin weresignificantly higher among women taking combined contraceptive compared tocontrol group, while the TSH level was significantly lower in group A although itwas in the normal range, comparative with control group. The level of triglycerideand total cholesterol were significantly higher in women of group (A) comparativewith control group (B), and the HDL level was significantly lower among combinedcontraceptive users compared to control group.

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