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  1. The toxicity test has been developed to examine the effects of pesticides on fertilization and early development of marine polychaete Hydroides elegans (H. elegans). The pesticides lead to pollution of the ground...

    Authors: S. Vijayaragavan and P. Vivek Raja

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:45

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  2. The visual system of desert rodents demonstrates a rather high degree of development and specific features associated with adaptation to arid environment. The aim of this study is to carry out a descriptive in...

    Authors: Ouanassa Saadi-Brenkia, Nadia Hanniche and Saida Lounis

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:43

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  3. The application of Lead (Pb2+) and titanium dioxide nanoparticles (nTiO2) in commercial products is on the rise since the development of nanotechnology. The increasing usage of products containing these compounds...

    Authors: Moise Matouke Matouke and Moshood Mustapha

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:42

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  4. The goal of this research is to provide new information about the hypogeal scale insects associated with coffee crops in Mexico. This plant is associated with many insects, among others, the scale insects. Thi...

    Authors: Alejandro Caballero and Andrea Amalia Ramos-Portilla

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:41

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  5. This study investigates the bioaccumulation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, trophic microbial biomass, parasite prevalence, antioxidant enzyme responses and histological alterations in assessing anthropog...

    Authors: Bamidele Akinsanya, Sunday A. Adebusoye, Tamunoipirinye Alinson and Uche D. Ukwa

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:40

    Content type: Research

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  6. The consumption of edible frogs caught mainly from the wild is on the rise and their population declining. A challenge to frog farming is the acceptability of artificial diets by frogs. Three artificial diets ...

    Authors: Moshood K. Mustapha and Shukurat O. Bello

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:39

    Content type: Research

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  7. Evolution of the penis in sexual method of reproduction had showed complex developmental processes, leading to extreme species variation. The presence and absence of the os penis vary in taxa within mammals in...

    Authors: Seppan Prakash and Muhammed Ibrahim

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:38

    Content type: Research

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  8. Fish, a widely claimed healthy food for humans, could also pose problems to health due to accumulation of pollutants, especially heavy metals and pesticides. Since the world’s fish stocks are limited due to ov...

    Authors: O. S. Serag El Din, Batta H. Abd El Azim and Rania A. Lotfy

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:37

    Content type: Research

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  9. Acrylamide is reported for its toxicity on the central and the peripheral nervous system and causes paralysis. Bee venom (BV) and bradykinin-potentiating factor (BPF) have been documented for their potential t...

    Authors: Fakhr El-Din M. Lashein, El-Sabry Abu Amra, Amin A. Seleem and Amira H. Badr

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:35

    Content type: Research

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  10. Acrylamide has been reported to induce hepato- and nephrotoxicity. The present investigation aims to alleviate the dangerous effects at the histopathological and physiological levels of acrylamide by bee venom...

    Authors: El-Sabry Abu Amra, Fakhr El-Din M Lashein, Amin A Seleem and Amira H Badr

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:34

    Content type: Research

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  11. Organophosphorus insecticides (OPI) are among the most commonly used class of pesticides in agricultural and domestic scenarios. Clinical presentations of acute OPI toxicity are attributable to acetylcholinest...

    Authors: Apurva Kumar Ramesh Joshi, Raju Nagaraju and Padmanabhan Sharda Rajini

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:33

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  12. This study aims at determining the effects of rearing water temperature on immature development, adult vectorial attributes and teneral accumulation in Culex quinquefasciatus (Cx. quinquefasciatus) mosquitoes. Im...

    Authors: Azubuike Christian Ukubuiwe, Israel Kayode Olayemi, Francis Ofurum Arimoro, Innocent Chukwuemeka James Omalu, Bulus Musa Baba, Chinenye Catherine Ukubuiwe, Moses Olusesan Odeyemi and Kamoru Abdulazeez Adeniyi

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:32

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  13. The study of haematological and biochemical parameters is important to evaluate the physiological status in wild birds. In order to carry out ecophysiological or conservation studies, it is important to know t...

    Authors: Naglaa Elarabany

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:31

    Content type: Research

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  14. Chitin is the second most abundant bio-polysaccharide found in nature after cellulose. It is a polymer of β-1, 4-N-acetylglucosamine that occurs naturally in three polymorphic forms α, β, and γ-chitin. The main c...

    Authors: Raghu H. S, Raghavendra S. N and Rajeshwara N. Achur

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:30

    Content type: Research

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  15. Estimate shows that about one billion people rely on fish as primary source of animal protein. Currently, the global record portraying Nigeria as the largest producer of fishes (over 15,489 t per annum) in Afr...

    Authors: Tolulope Ebenezer Atalabi, Agnes O. Awharitoma and Francis Omowonuola Akinluyi

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:29

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  16. Despite their abundance and ecological importance, bats are under significant threat worldwide. There is little information about their distribution, roosting, and habitat requirement for most species, making ...

    Authors: Eric Moise Bakwo Fils, Aaron Manga Mongombe, David Emery Tsala and Joseph Lebel Tamesse

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:28

    Content type: Research

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  17. The coelomic fluid of echinoderms bathes all the internal organs and is a natural reservoir of various bio-active compounds. However, coelomic fluid from Indian sea-star Astropecten indicus is not well characteri...

    Authors: Mansi Baveja, Angshuman Sarkar and Dibakar Chakrabarty

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:27

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  18. This study aimed at determining the effect of pawpaw leaf meal (PLM 26.14% crude protein [CP] and 16.06% crude fiber [CF]) and multi-enzyme (m-E: amylase, beta-glucanase, phytase, cellulase, and xylanase, prot...

    Authors: Olugbenga D. Oloruntola, Simeon O. Ayodele, Samuel A. Adeyeye, Muyiwa H. Ogunsipe, Olajumoke T. Daramola and Eyanlola S. Ayedun

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:26

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  19. Hepcidin, an acute phase reactant released from the liver, suppresses intestinal iron uptake and release from internal stores. It is related to pathogenesis of anemia of chronic illness including anemia of chr...

    Authors: Yasser B. M. Ali, Saad G. Moussa, Mohammed A. Dewir and Ibrahim H. El-Sayed

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:25

    Content type: Research

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  20. Heat stress condition (34 °C, Egyptian summer season) in pigeon leads to a lot of negative impacts on behavior, physiology, hepatic architecture, and biochemical parameter changes. The aim of this study was to...

    Authors: Ramadan D. EL Shoukary, Ramy K. Sayed and Rasha I. Hassan

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:23

    Content type: Research

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  21. Hair dye is commonly used in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). Poisoning occurs when someone swallows dye or tint used to color hair and is considered one of the most significant causes of intentional self-ha...

    Authors: Turki M. Al-Shaikh, Khaznah S. Alkaseb, Mahmoud M. E. Mudawi, Abdelhadi Y. A. Yassin, Rami S. Habeballa and Shiemaa D. Alzain

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:22

    Content type: Research

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  22. Enzymes are the biological catalysts which accelerate the various cellular reactions. In general, the enzymes alkaline phosphatase (ALPase), acid phosphatase (ACPase), 5′-nucleotidase (5′-Nu) and glucose-6-pho...

    Authors: Eman A. El-Shabasy, Enayat S. Reda, Ashraf E. Said and Mai A. Saleh

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:21

    Content type: Research

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  23. Phytophagous mites infest most host plants as vegetable, field crops, and ornamental plants. Tetranychus urticae spend most of its life cycle on plant, especially on leaves, and it causes serious damage. The deve...

    Authors: Malakah F. I. Elsadany

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:20

    Content type: Research

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  24. Adverse effects caused by the synthetic pesticides has forced scientists to develop an alternative against the synthetic pesticides. Therefore, it has come a boon to mankind in the form of neem tree having sec...

    Authors: Shoeiba Tasneem and Rafath Yasmeen

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:19

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  25. We deciphered thermoregulatory activities of exotic breeds of rabbit in the event of least thermal discomfort in Ibadan, Nigeria. This investigation was carried out between July and August during the least tem...

    Authors: Olatunji Abubakar Jimoh and Emmanuel Olubisi Ewuola

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:18

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  26. Fluoride (Fl) exposure engenders neurodegeneration and induces oxidative stress in the brain. Therefore, the mechanism of Fl-induced neurotoxic effects needs to be determined. The aim of this study was to inve...

    Authors: Thangapandiyan Shanmugam, Sharmilabanu Abdulla, Vadivazhagi Yakulasamy, Miltonprabu Selvaraj and Ramesh Mathan

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:17

    Content type: Research

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  27. Zooplankton biodiversity serves as an ecological indicator of aquatic environment due to their rapid response according to environmental changes. At the present study, impact of seasonal changes on zooplankton...

    Authors: Narasimman Manickam, Periyakali Saravana Bhavan, Perumal Santhanam, Rajagopal Bhuvaneswari, Thirunavukkarasu Muralisankar, Veeran Srinivasan, Annamalai Asaikkutti, Gopalan Rajkumar, Rajendaran Udayasuriyan and Madhayan Karthik

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:15

    Content type: Research

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  28. Carbon tetrachloride (CCL4) is used as a solvent for oils and fats, as a refrigerant, and as a dry-cleaning agent. Inhalation of its vapors can depress central nervous system activity and cause degeneration of...

    Authors: Mona Ahmed Foaud, Afaf Hendawy Kamel and Dalia Demerdash Abd El-Monem

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:14

    Content type: Research

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  29. Burullus Lake has received a great attention because of its environmental and economic importance for being a significant source of fish production in Egypt. It is subjected to many of environmental changes du...

    Authors: Omnya A. El-Batrawy, Maie I. El-Gammal, Lamiaa I. Mohamadein, Dina H. Darwish and Khalid M. El-Moselhy

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:13

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  30. Salinity is one of the most consequential environmental stressors affecting marine organisms. Knowledge of salinity tolerance is of particular value to aquaculture. However, little is known explicitly about th...

    Authors: Ragia Moussa Moussa

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:12

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  31. In the current study, 23 species within 18 genera and 13 families of order Diptera were taxonomically studied. These members were collected from, on, in, around and beneath the carcasses of rabbits and guinea ...

    Authors: Rabab F. Sawaby, Hayam El Hamouly and Reham H. Abo-El Ela

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:10

    Content type: Review

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  32. Intestinal nematodes may interact with the intestinal mucosal host cells through molecules they produced actively in the host environment. Many excretory/secretory products (ESP) of the intestinal nematodes ar...

    Authors: Abuelhassan Elshazly Younis and Norbert W. Brattig

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:9

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  33. Leukemia is a malignant blood disease caused by the overproduction of a large number of immature blood cells that enter the peripheral blood. Because of the side effects associating the chemotherapy of leukemi...

    Authors: Mai M. Kabeel, Ahmed M. Ghoneim and Seham E. Mansy

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:7

    Content type: Research

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  34. Bisphenol A (BPA) is a monomer used in the production of a multitude of chemical products, including epoxy resins and polycarbonates. The purpose of this study was to consider the biochemical, histological, ge...

    Authors: Afaf H. Kamel, Mona A. Foaud and Heba M. Moussa

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:6

    Content type: Research

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  35. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are generally used to reduce pain in different diseases acting as anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, and analgesic. Paracetamol is a nonprescription drug extremely us...

    Authors: Soha Gomaa

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:5

    Content type: Research

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  36. Heterophyiasis is an intestinal sickness promoted by infection with the heterophyid digenetic worms. It is one of the major infectious diseases of public health in the developing countries.

    Authors: El-Sayed T. Rizk, Shadia F. Hamada, Sherif R. Abd-ElGhany and Amany M. Ramez

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:4

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  37. Phytotherapeutic treatment is used in the treatment of diabetes and its complications. The current study aims to evaluate the significant effect of supplementation of aqueous olive leaf extract (OLE) (Olea europa...

    Authors: Hend A. Mohammed, Hanan A. Okail, Mona A. Ibrahim and Nahed M. Emam

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:3

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  38. Gall crabs were described 150 years ago, but little is known about their biology, ecology, and taxonomy. Studying the breeding season can facilitate the understanding of the adaptive strategies and reproductiv...

    Authors: Khaled A. El-Damhougy, El-Sayed S. E. Salem, Maged M. A. Fouda and Montaser A. M. M. Al-Hammady

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:2

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  39. Amino acid polymorphisms in the mitochondrial cytochrome b (cytb) gene of four Gerbillus species have been investigated for their geographical distribution and possible functional significance. The sequences were...

    Authors: Mahmoud Amin Khalifa, Mahmoud Ibrahim Younes and Ahmed Ghazy

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2018 79:1

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  40. Gall crabs were described 150 years ago, but little is known about their biology, ecology, and taxonomy. Studying the breeding season can facilitate the understanding of the adaptive strategies and reproductiv...

    Authors: Khaled A. El-Damhougy, El-Sayed S. Salem, Maged M. A. Fouda and Montaser A. M. M. Al-Hammady

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2017 78:5

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  41. The current study aimed to evaluate the role of gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA) in modulating histopathological and biochemical disturbances in the rat’s small intestine following gamma radiation exposure.

    Authors: Amr M. Abd El-Hady, Hanan S. Gewefel, Manal A. Badawi and Noaman A. Eltahawy

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2017 78:2

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  42. Nematodes of the family Anisakidae are parasites of many fishes and aquatic invertebrates which act as intermediate or paratenic hosts, while mammals and fish-eating birds are definitive hosts. Infective L3 la...

    Authors: Abuelhassan Elshazly Younis, Atef Ibrahim Saad and Jihan Moharam Rabei

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2017 78:9

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  43. The fact that many laboratory rodent colonies were found to be parasite contaminated suggests a need for eradication to improve their quality for research and testing. However, the most anthelmintic are poison...

    Authors: Samar Fouad Harras, Mohamed Hassan Mona, Aisha Gadafi Abdalla and Elsayed Ibrahim Salim

    Citation: The Journal of Basic and Applied Zoology 2017 78:8

    Content type: Research

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