MCV and MCHC
are used to assess red cells as normochromatic, hyperchromatic or hypochromatic.
5% between the extremes of MCHC
(although in this study no adjustment for liver disease was made).
Moreover, significantly higher RBCs count and MCHC
value in response to Zn-NP-1 diet as compared to control or other Zn supplemented diets may be due to an increase in blood cell reserve combine with cell shrinkage due to Zn-induced the osmotic alteration of blood (Tort and Torres, 1988).
Numerical variables were age, MCV, MCH, MCHC
, PCV and RDW.
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, and RDW are indices for the basis of morphological anaemia classification (Moreno Chulilla et al.
The parameters of this study, alone and in combination with each other, at both team and relative low RBC counts and tendency to lower levels of MCH, MCV and MCHC
should call for special attention to anemia problems within the teams.
Increased MCV and decrease of MCHC
is usually the indication of regenerative anaemia.
After an additional analysis of bilateral comparisons for MCHC
, it turned out that the value of the median was significantly higher in group II (8-week old rats swimming in water at 4[degrees]C) compared with the control group I (by 12.
In this experiment, data obtained from experimental groups did not show any significant difference between all of determined measures (RBC, Hb, Hematocrit, MCHC
, MCH and MCV) [table 1].
In relation to hematological findings, WBC count and WBC differential count (neutrophils and lymphocytes), all significantly exceeded reference values, whereas MCHC
was significantly decreased (Table 1).
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