• Haematological studies on two rodents after zinc phosphide and vacor poisoning

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      Bandicota bengalensis ; Tatera indica ; zinc phosphide; vacor; Platelets; lymphocytes; neutrophils; haematology

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      Both zinc phosphide and vacor induced almost similar changes in the haematology ofBandicota bengalensis andTatera indica. Lymphocytes decline and an increase was seen in the counts of red blood cells (RBC) and neutrophils, bleeding and clotting times. Per cent weight loss was more in zinc phosphide poisonedB. bengalensis. The variations exhibited by the two species and sexes indicate gerbils, particularly females as most resistant and female lesser bandicoots to be the most susceptible to the poisons tested.

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      K Srihari1 Shakunthala Sridhara1

      1. Department of Vertebrate Biology, University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK Campus, Bangalore - 560 065, India
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