Study the effect of barely drinks on some haematological variables on male rats
The purpose of the experiment was to determine how barley drink affected the physiological and biochemical changes in male white rats. The lab animals were divided into four groups of five male white rats apiece, in comparison to the control group, the Saudi and Iraqi drink groups, and the beer drink group, the results showed a significant increase (P≤0.05) in haemoglobin and a percentage of agglutinated cells in the beer drink group, respectively. Compared to the control group and the Iraqi barley drink group, the Saudi beer and barley drink group had a considerably greater concentration of red blood cells. The quantity of red blood cells in the control group significantly decreased(P≤0.05) in comparison to the other groups. The number of white blood cells was significantly higher in the Saudi barley group compared to the control group and the Iraqi beer and drink groups, however it was significantly lower in the Iraqi barley drink group compared to the control and other groups. Compared to the control group, the Saudi beer and syrup groups, the Iraqi barley group, and the control group, respectively, platelets significantly increased and significantly decreased. Compared to the Saudi barley group and the beer group, the levels of glucose in the blood of white rats in the Iraqi barley group was much lower (P≤0.05). In comparison to the healthy control group, there was a substantial drop in all Iraqi, Saudi, and Al-Bireh groups. When compared to the control group, the cholesterol levels in the blood serum of white male rats in the Iraqi, beer, and Saudi barley groups increased significantly(P≤0.05). When compared to the Saudi barley, Iraqi barley, and control groups, the beer group exhibited a substantial rise significant increase (P≤0.05) in triglyceride concentrations in white male rats.
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