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Figure 1: Wet weight (A) and weight index (B) of rat organs (10 M, 10 F) fed with deionized water, corn oil and perilla fruit oil (1 mL/200 g/d) for 90 d and then observed without treatment for further 28 d (satellite study). Data are expressed as mean±SD. *P < 0.05 when compared with the deionized water group. CO = corn oil, DI = deionized water, F = female, M = male, PFO = perilla fruit oil, DIS = deionized water (satellite study), PFOS = perilla fruit oil (satellite study).

Figure 1: Wet weight (A) and weight index (B) of rat organs (10 M, 10 F) fed with deionized water, corn oil and perilla fruit oil (1 mL/200 g/d) for 90 d and then observed without treatment for further 28 d (satellite study). Data are expressed as mean<i>±</i>SD. *P <i><</i> 0.05 when compared with the deionized water group. CO <i>=</i> corn oil, DI <i>=</i> deionized water, F <i>=</i> female, M <i>=</i> male, PFO <i>=</i> perilla fruit oil, DI<sup>S</sup> <i>=</i> deionized water (satellite study), PFO<sup>S</sup> <i>=</i> perilla fruit oil (satellite study).