Zabbey et al
Greener Journal of Medical Sciences
Vol. 11(2), pp. 249-256, 2021
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Evaluation of the Hydroethanolic Fruit Extract of Solanum aethiopicum (Garden Egg) on the Concentration of Reproductive Hormones, Sperm Parameters and Histology of the Testis of Male Wistar Rats.
Zabbey VZ; Adienbo OM; Ojeka SO; Dapper DV
Department of Human Physiology, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Health Science, University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.
E-mail: zabbeyvictor@ gmail. com (+2348038786260) ; ologhaguo.adienbo@ gmail. com (+2348030953240); sunday.ojeka@ uniport. edu.ng (+2348033854898); victor.dapper@ uniport. edu.ng (+2348036776322)
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Cite this Article: Zabbey VZ; Adienbo OM; Ojeka SO; Dapper DV (2021). Evaluation of the Hydroethanolic Fruit Extract of Solanum aethiopicum (Garden Egg) on the Concentration of Reproductive Hormones, Sperm Parameters and Histology of the Testis of Male Wistar Rats. Greener Journal of Medical Sciences, 11(2): 249-256.
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