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Figure 1 Consumption of drinking solutions by male rats (Rattus norvegicus) treated with methomyl (MET), with and without green tea extract (GTE), sage extract (SE), and their mixture, over the experimental duration (28 day). Group description: G1=control (water); G2=green tea; G3=sage; G4=green tea+sage; G═ET at ADI+water; G═ET at 10× ADI+water; G═ET at ADI+green tea; G═ET at 10× ADI+green tea; G═ET at ADI+sage; G10=MET at 10× ADI+sage; G11=MET at ADI+green tea+sage; G12=MET at 10× ADI+green tea+sage. Statistical significance: compared with G1 throughout vertical columns, the superscripts a, insignificant (P≥0.05); b, significant difference (P≤0.05); and c, high significant difference (P≤0.01); n=5. ADI, acceptable daily intake.

Figure 1 Consumption of drinking solutions by male rats (<i>Rattus norvegicus</i>) treated with methomyl (MET), with and without green tea extract (GTE), sage extract (SE), and their mixture, over the experimental duration (28 day). Group description: G1=control (water); G2=green tea; G3=sage; G4=green tea+sage; G═ET at ADI+water; G═ET at 10× ADI+water; G═ET at ADI+green tea; G═ET at 10× ADI+green tea; G═ET at ADI+sage; G10=MET at 10× ADI+sage; G11=MET at ADI+green tea+sage; G12=MET at 10× ADI+green tea+sage. Statistical significance: compared with G1 throughout vertical columns, the superscripts a, insignificant (<i>P</i>≥0.05); b, significant difference (<i>P</i>≤0.05); and c, high significant difference (<i>P</i>≤0.01); <i>n</i>=5. ADI, acceptable daily intake.