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Experimental studies on poisoning by agricultural chemicals. 3. Acute phenyhnercury acetate poisoning in chicks



Experimental studies on poisoning by agricultural chemicals. 3. Acute phenyhnercury acetate poisoning in chicks



Bull. Azabu. vet. Coll., Japan 15: 49-59



The oral LD50 of phenylmercury acetate for male fowls of 300-350 g body wt. was 100 mg/kg. Symptoms of acute poisoning were depression, slow movement or inability to move, inappetence, frequent excretion of droppings, and some lacrimation. Histological examination revealed ulceration and cellular infiltration of the crop mucosa, and hyaline-droplet degeneration and necrosis of the epithelium of uriniferous tubules in the kidneys.

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