عنوان مقاله [English]
As a tool that can help diagnose diseases or identify disorders, aquatic hematology has made significant advances over the past two decades, providing information on maturation, blood cell function, physiological responses, and standard hematological techniques. have given. In fish, like other animals, physiological and pathological conditions have an effect on the blood panel and can be evaluated. In some cases, obtaining even a small blood sample may provide valuable information in the selection of treatment options and effectively help to assess the progress of the disease or response to treatment. Among the various aquatic species, sturgeons are among the most valuable aquatic organisms that have biological and economic importance, and most of them are endangered due to their large size, late sexual maturity, long time interval between spawning, long life, overfishing, and various types of water pollution. are extinct in order to preserve, maintain, multiply and breed these rare and valuable species, knowing their hematological characteristics and blood specialties can be very effective. In this review article, some of the usual hematologic methods to check the properties of sturgeon blood cells, measuring hemoglobin, hematocrit, red blood cell (RBC), total and differential white blood cell count. Blood (WBC, white blood cell) is examined along with the interpretation of results caused by blood disorders.