2018
DOI: 10.1590/1808-1657000992016
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Alterações leucocitárias ocasionadas pelo estresse toxicológico agudo do óleo diesel em juvenis de tilápia-do-nilo

Abstract: ABSTRACT:This study aimed to evaluate the stress and changes in white blood cell count of juveniles Oreochromis niloticus subjected to acute toxicity of diesel oil. The toxicity was evaluated in a completely randomized design with five dilutions (20, 25, 30, 35 and 40%) and one control, both with three replicates. For the assessment of blood glucose levels and changes in white blood cell count, blood was drawn by caudal puncture of the dying fish. It was concluded that diesel oil can present risks to aquatic … Show more

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“…In the present study, changes in glucose values caused by burned oil would be an indicator of stress in fish [18] . This elevation of glucose was probably stimulated by catecholamines, increasing glycogenolysis in order to prepare the animal for rapid action for escape the stressor [18,28] .…”
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“…In the present study, changes in glucose values caused by burned oil would be an indicator of stress in fish [18] . This elevation of glucose was probably stimulated by catecholamines, increasing glycogenolysis in order to prepare the animal for rapid action for escape the stressor [18,28] .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 76%
“…In the present study, changes in glucose values caused by burned oil would be an indicator of stress in fish [18] . This elevation of glucose was probably stimulated by catecholamines, increasing glycogenolysis in order to prepare the animal for rapid action for escape the stressor [18,28] . According to Simonato [11] monitoring the toxicity of diesel FSA dilution of 50% Prochilodus lineatus juveniles for 6, 24 and 96 hours, observed a difference in glucose values with an increase of 172% (24h exposure) and 120% (96 h of exposure) in relation to the control (22±1.00 mg.dL -1 ).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 76%
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