EFFECT OF ADDING MORINGA OLEIFERA LEAVES FLOATING IN WATER AT DIFFERENT LEVELS TO CARP FISH DIET ON HEMATOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS
This study includes culture at laboratory unit by feeding it at Moringa oleifera. At this experiment we used leaves by using different levels of M. oleifera including 2% (T2), 4% (T3), and 6% (T4), comparing with control treatments without M. oleifera (T1). With the exception of a that there is a slight significant difference, at the probability level significantly (P<0.05) between the experimental treatments with regard to the initial weights, in the number of white blood cells in the T3 diet (98.67), WBC counts characteristics show that all diets T1, T2, and T4 take the same value (99.9). The red blood cell count for T3 has significantly increased (p<0.05), reaching 3.35 as opposed to (3.335, 3.329, and 3.222 for T4, T2, and T1 respectively. The mean corpuscle hemoglobin concentration in T3 was 80.33 compared to the values for T4, T2, and T1 were (53.33, 43.33, and 36.67) respectively. T3 exhibited a significant increase (p<0.05) in the values of the packed cell volume at 34.15, and thereafter T4, T2, and T1 showed fewer increases of (30.05, 29.28, and 22.65). T3's hemoglobin level was 24.35 as compared to T4's (18.64), T2's (14.13), and T1's (12.63). Platelets level was greatest for T4 treatment (2561.67), also T4 treatment had the highest platelet index (4185.75). While a value of 1.52 g/dL and 152.67 mg/dL for the average concentration of albumin protein and glucose in the blood, the T3 treatment significantly outperformed the other treatments (p<0.05). To determine the effects of adding Moringa leaves on the hematological performance of Common carp, a new formula (Blood Performance) is presented here. It contains five common hematological and blood biochemistry parameters: red blood cells, white blood cells, hemoglobin, haematocrit, and total protein. According to body performance, the best diet for carp is T3, which achieves 54.4, whereas T4, T2, and T1 were 53.82, 53.78, and 53.32, respectively.
Moringa leaves floating on water, biochemical parameters, hematological profile, and body performance