Claudiu Alexandru Baciu, Gheorghiţa Brînzea, Alina Păunescu, Maria Cristina Ponepal, Marioara Abrudeanu, Octavian Draghici, Alexandru Gabriel Marinescu
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The main objective of this study is to see how the royal insecticide influences the energetic metabolism, the breathing rhythm, the blood sugar and the number of red blood cells at the Prussian carp individuals. Experimental samples were subjected to under-lethal concentrations of 0.00125, 0.0025 and 0.005 ml/l royal insecticide from 24 to 336 hours. The physiologic parameter with the highest growth rate was the oxygen consumption, which, at the concentration of 0.005 ml/l grew by 50.81% in 168 hours, compared to the witness values, registering the value of 216.66 ml oxygen/kilo/hour compared to 143.66 oxygen ml/kilo/hour. The blood sugar was the single physiological biomarker which decreased, so that the lowest value was 48 mg/dl, 29.62% approximately lower compared to the witness value (68.2 mg/dl) at a concentration of 0.00125 ml/l.