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to administer or add a drug to

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The LD50 values of topical exposure showed that confidor is highly toxic at field rate in the laboratory.
The acute effects of malathion (single intraperitoneal injection), 1/12 the LD50 to mice were analyzed at l, 8, 16, 35 and 40 days after injection, in terms of spermatogenic cell proliferation and apoptosis and of Sertoli cell compromise as revealed by immunocytochemical detection of CK-18 (cytokeratin).
The treated seeds along with control were sown in soil for LD50 value determination.
Subacute toxicity testing of rats for 6 months at one-sixteenth to one-fourth of the LD50 dose revealed pathological changes mainly in the lymphatic and reproductive systems (Wang et al.
NM-5 and NM-6 fractions were cytotoxic, with LD50 values of 175.
The calculated LD50 and LT50 values suggested that malathion was more toxic than trichlorofon and -cyhalothrin.
LD50 calculated with TSK software was 1397 mg/kg body weight for methanol extract of leaves observed in albino mice.
Three replications, for each test dose, were used for each age and fish species for the determination of 96 h LC50 or LD50 and lethal concentrations (as total metal concentration).
From this study, the LD50 for the methanol extract of Zingiber officinale was 214.
lavandulaefolia (Spanish sage) essential oil diluted 1:2 in sunflower oil (Safeway commercial product) once per day for 5 days (the LD50 of the oil being more than 500 times greater than the doses used).
Thus it is so special interest to examine the possible effects of LD50 of the crude venom in kidney of rats after 4 h of envenomation.