Author(s): Satyendra Vishwakarma, F. W. Bansode, Sherendra K. Sahu, Skand K. Mishra

Email(s): baba.satyendra3@gmail.com

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Address: Satyendra Vishwakarma1, F.W. Bansode2, Sherendra K. Sahu1, Skand K. Mishra1
1Study Center for Biotechnology, Govt. M. S. Golwalkar College, Rewa (M.P.)
2Division of Endrocrinology, CSIR- Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow (U.P.)
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Published In:   Volume - 6,      Issue - 2,     Year - 2014


ABSTRACT:
Hibiscus rosa sinensis belongs to the family Malvaceae. It is widely cultivated in the tropics as an ornamental plants and has several form depending on the color of flower. It is also used for sometimes in paper making and was used as an anti asthmatic traditionally. Our present study has predict that there were no significant gain or loss in the body weight of the rats as observed throughout the experiment. There were no regular variations in the average 24-hour water and food intake of the rats of both control and treated group monitored. No mortality was seen in any of the groups either control or treated. The initial body weight of rats is slightly increasing both control and treated animals but no significant difference were seen in the treated groups. In haematology parameters of Hibiscus rosasinensis treated animals there is no reduction were seen in the values of T-RBC, no reduction were seen in the values of Hgb. The decreasing level of RBC and Hemoglobin showed anemic condition in rats.


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Satyendra Vishwakarma, F. W. Bansode, Sherendra K. Sahu, Skand K. Mishra. Effect of Hibiscus rosa sinensis on Hematological parameter and Reproductive organs in C.F. Rats. Res. J. Pharmacognosy & Phytochem. 2014; 6(2): 92-95.


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