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The present study was conducted to investigate the effects of cadmium chloride induced histological alterations in the liver and kidney of a freshwater catfish, Clarias batrachus. The fishes were exposed to 4 ppm (4% of 96 h LC 50 ) and 8 ppm (8% of 96 h LC 50 ) of cadmium chloride for 60 days. The most common changes in liver at all doses of cadmium chloride were loosening of hepatic tissue, vacuolated cell cytoplasm, enucleation and eccentric nuclei. In the kidney of fish exposed cadmiumdoi:10.3126/on.v9i1.5737 fatcat:g63emrjz7bbrbjnohx2xamwpue