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he present study inspects the effect of phenol as one of environmental xenobiotic compound on the histology and histocemistry of liver, gills and spleen of Oreochromis aureus (O.aureus) juveniles. Fish were subjected to three sub-lethal concentrations of phenol (20%, 40% and 80% of LC 50 ) for seven days. The liver, gills and spleen were studied from the histopathological and histochemical point of sight. Histopathological changes viz degeneration, necrosis, severe hemorrhage pynknosis anddoi:10.21608/ejabf.2009.2038 fatcat:2qryt65pyrfznoq7yyonoczyby