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Histopathological and Hematological Alterations in Cat fish Exposed to Sublethal Concentrations of Naphthalene, a Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon
Advances in Biochemistry
The effect of naphthalene on selected haematological and histopathological parameters as wellrelative growth rate in the tropical African catfish was evaluated. Healthy juvenile fish (n = 90) weighing 19.7±1.8 g were exposed to sublethal concentrations of naphthalene over a period of 35 days after which haematological and histopathological parameters were analyzed. The medianlethal concentration LC 50 of naphthalene was determined to be 6600 µg/L in Catfish withestimated safe level ranging fromdoi:10.11648/j.ab.20221002.11 fatcat:wr7s4apkivbkpog3mx3rjgv66e