HISTOPATHOLOGY OF THE TELENCEPHALON AND DIENCEPHALON OF T1LAPIA NILOTICA EXPOSED TO SUBLETHAL DOSE OF MALATHION S-[1,2-DI-(ETHOXYCARBONYL ETHYL) DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOLOTHIONATE]
AbstractAÂ 35-dayÂ exposureÂ ofÂ TilapiaÂ niloticaÂ embryosÂ toÂ sublethalÂ dosesÂ ofÂ 3.0Â ppmÂ andÂ 0.3Â ppm
malathion,Â S-[l,2-di-(ethoxycarbonylÂ ethyl)Â dimethylÂ phosphorothiolothionate],Â commercialÂ grade,Â ECÂ 57,
produces cellular and ultrastructure changes in the brain. A number of nuclear centers of the treated animals are
markedly larger than those of the control. Aberrant features observed in day-45 embryos are the neoplastic
masses and increased vascularization. Ultrastructure defects include the presence of nuclear blebs, cytoplasmic
vacuolations and increased lysosomal bodies.
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AMPARADO, E. A. (2011). HISTOPATHOLOGY OF THE TELENCEPHALON AND DIENCEPHALON OF T1LAPIA NILOTICA EXPOSED TO SUBLETHAL DOSE OF MALATHION S-[1,2-DI-(ETHOXYCARBONYL ETHYL) DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOLOTHIONATE]. BIOTROPIA - The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Biology, (5). https://doi.org/10.11598/btb.1922.214.171.124
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