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Figure 1: Histopathologic sections of the liver tissue in control and experimental groups following administration of dichlorvos and different doses of RJ. (A) Control group, received normal saline 0.09%; (B) received dichlorvos at 4 mg/kg/day; (C-E) received royal jelly at 50, 100, and 150 mg/kg, respectively; (F-H) received dichlorvos at 4 mg/kg/day and royal gelly at 50, 100, and 150 mg/kg, respectively. The red arrow referred to the intra-venous red blood cells accumulation and the yellow star pointed to the venous dilatation. H & E, ×400.

Figure 1: Histopathologic sections of the liver tissue in control and experimental groups following administration of dichlorvos and different doses of RJ. (A) Control group, received normal saline 0.09%; (B) received dichlorvos at 4 mg/kg/day; (C-E) received royal jelly at 50, 100, and 150 mg/kg, respectively; (F-H) received dichlorvos at 4 mg/kg/day and royal gelly at 50, 100, and 150 mg/kg, respectively. The red arrow referred to the intra-venous red blood cells accumulation and the yellow star pointed to the venous dilatation. H & E, ×400.