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The effects of aqueous and alcoholic Sarh‌Hay herb marjoram (Origanumvulgare L.) on survival and some blood parameters of common carp infected with Aeromonashydrophila
Mahmood Bahmani , Seyed Mehdi Hosseinfard, Maryam Ehdaee
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Aeromonashydrophila bacteria commonly founded in fresh water throughout the world, which often results diseases in the farmed fish’. Over the past years to combat infectious diseases are extensive used Nty‌Byvtyk‌Ha been. In contrast to the prevailing global trends and develop green Bzy‌Prvry systems use organic herbs as antibiotic treatment is considered. The marjoram plants used in traditional medicine to treat many diseases would-be applicable. The effect of aqueous and alcoholic Sarh‌Hay herb marjoram on survival and some blood factors common carp that contaminated with the bacterium Aeromonashydrophila were examined.For this purpose, water and alcoholic Sarh‌Hay marjoram plant was prepared and then a number of 150common carp, with an average weight of 25± 100gr were prepared. After adaptation Mahy‌Ha repeated in 3to 5groups (n = 10fish per replicate) were divided. The positive control group intraperitoneally injected with saline in the area and the fish did not receive any Sarh‌Ay. A. Negative control in bacteria injected into the 106 × 5/1 in the samples was performed by intraperitoneal carp were fed with normal diet. 35 days after the end of the experiment, blood samples were taken and Tst‌Hay measure blood factors done. The survival rate during this period was calculated. The results showed that the changes in the hematological Sarh‌Hay marjoram plant species infected with the bacteria that the effects of alcohol, particularly methanol Sarh‌Hay with more intensity than the aqueous extract was observed.
Keywords: Aeromonashydrophila, herbs, marjoram, blood factors, common carp.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2015/03/5 | Accepted: 2015/03/5 | Published: 2015/03/5

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