ASSESSMENT OF LIVER LIPID PROFILE OF COLUMBA LIVIA AFTER FENVALERATE INTOXICATIONPRITI AGARWAL AND V. K. SINGH
The different types of pesticides play an important role in farming and as per food demand, their use is increasing. Pesticides are commonly known as synthetic chemicals. It can be harmful to wild life. Fenvalerate is an insecticide of pyrethroid group commonly used to control insects in agriculture. Study of oral fenvalerate intoxication on Columba livias liver lipid profile was carried out. Assessment of this study, for acute dose ( 1 and 2 days ), and subchronic dose ( 15, 30 and 60 days) were given orally. Total lipid was highly significantly increased after acute treatment and significantly increased after subchronic oral treatment of fenvalerate (insecticide) on Columba livia.
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