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TOXICITY OF ARGEMONE MEXICANA SEED, SEED OIL AND THEIR EXTRACTS ON ALBINO RATS

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Prof.Dr. Osman Saad Ali ,A. A. El gamal ,S. A. Khalid ,2007, TOXICITY OF ARGEMONE MEXICANA SEED, SEED OIL AND THEIR EXTRACTS ON ALBINO RATS,Journal of Science and Technology,8 (1) ,pp:0-0

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By Prof.Dr. Osman Saad Ali ,A. A. El gamal ,S. A. Khalid ,
Year:
2007
Keywords
Toxicity, Rats, extract, Argemone mexicana, clinicopathology.
Abstract
Albino rats received A. mexicana seed, seed oil and ethanolic seed extracts in different dosages and routes of administration suffered hyperae-sthesia, inappetence, intermittent diarrhea, emaciation and decrease in body weight. Hepatorenal lesions accompanied with increase in serum GOT activity and urea concentration were the pathological findings in rats.
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