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Incorporation of a dried maggots’ meal in growing rats diets: pathological risks?

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Author(s): Bouafou Kouamé Guy Marcel 1* , Konan Brou André 2 , Amonkan Kouao Augustin 2 , Kouame Koffi Gabouet 2 , Kati-coulibally Séraphin

Journal: International Journal of Biosciences
ISSN 2220-6655

Volume: 1;
Issue: 5;
Start page: 65;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: Dried maggots | meal-growing rats-plasma | biochemical parameters-organ | biometrics

ABSTRACT
Three groups of ten rats in growth fed with three diets differing only in the amount of dried maggots meal(DMM): 2.5%, 5% and 7.5%: DMM2.5, DMM5and DMM7.5. Assay of plasma biochemical parameters of all the rats did not detect diseases or physiological abnormalities. However, biometrics kidneys and livers of rats showed changes. The kidneys of rats decreased weight of 4.00%, 1.30% and 2.70% respectively in diets DMM2.5, DMM5and DMM7.5. As for the liver, their weight increased by 1.10%, 3.00% and 12.40% respectively with diets DMM2.5, DMM5and DMM7.5. These observations may reflect histopathological abnormalities of the kidneys and livers of rats that are to detect.
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