Some Histological and Physiological effects of Aluminum Chloride on Some Reproductive Organs of Male Albino Mice ( Musmusculus)

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Manar Mohammad Hasan ALMurshidi, Shaimaa Ahmed Raheem, Raghda Abbas Razaq

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Different results were given an importance to aluminum element, which has more apparent disturbances in reproduktive processes , and other body organz . The purpuse of this research was to The aim of this research was to explain effects of aluminum on male reproductive system .For confirming that aim ;a twenty healthy, sexually matured male albino mice were aged 3–4 months and weighed 29–41 g were included in this study ,Ten mice were exposed to 1200 ppm of aluminum chloride in drinking tap water ;While the others were used as controls .Sex hormones levels were estimated ,Testis ,epididymis ,vas deference and some accessory reproductive glands; prostate ,seminal vesicles and preputial gland , were studied histologically.Results explain a significant decrease in all sex hormones levels ;testosterone LH and FSH as compared with control mice .Histological results explain a destruction in germinal epithelium of seminiferous tubules and a large necrosis with increase in the interstitial spaces and an epithelium deformation in the linings of epididymis and vas deference and the accessory sex glands.

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Raghda Abbas Razaq, M. M. H. A. S. A. R. . (2021). Some Histological and Physiological effects of Aluminum Chloride on Some Reproductive Organs of Male Albino Mice ( Musmusculus). Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 5906–5918. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/6609
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