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Ovarian biology in buffaloes and cattle

Sardul S. Guraya

Ovarian biology in buffaloes and cattle

by Sardul S. Guraya

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Published by Directorate of Information and Publication of Agriculture, Indian Council of Agricultural Research in New Delhi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementS.S. Guraya.
ContributionsIndian Council of Agricultural Research. Directorate of Information and Publications on Agriculture.
The Physical Object
Pagination332 p. :
Number of Pages332
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL507505M
LC Control Number98905198

Data from 33 feeding trials, conducted on lactating riverine buffaloes from different institutes across India, were subjected to multiple regression analysis to derive nutritional requirements for dry matter (DM), total digestible nutrients (TDN), crude protein (CP) and digestible crude protein (DCP) for maintenance, milk production and body weight by: enhancement of food production is a major necessity. Biological principles as applied to animal husbandry and plant breeding have a major role in our efforts to increase food production. Several new techniques like embryo transfer technology and tissue culture techniques are going to play a pivotal role in further enhancing food Size: 1MB.

Practical Atlas of Ruminant and Camelid Reproductive Ultrasonography is a practical, fully referenced, image-based guide to the essential concepts of reproductive ultrasound in domesticated ruminants and camelids. Providing information to enable practitioners to incorporate ultrasound service into their practices, the book also includes more specialized information for advanced techniques such. ovarian biopsies. Studies using ovarian biopsy have shown minimum or no disturbance to ovarian function in several species, including cattle [], horses [], and humans [2,9]. This technique will be of great value for experimental or diagnostic purposes. Profound similarities in the dynam-ics of follicle development exist between the menstrualCited by:

  Regulation of ovarian follicular growth by somatotropins and insulin-like growth factors in cattle. Journal of Dairy Scie – Mann, GE, Lamming, GE Cited by: Ovarian Cancer 2: Biology, Diagnosis and Management (v. 2): Medicine & Health Science Books @ ce: $


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Ovarian biology in buffaloes and cattle by Sardul S. Guraya Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ovarian Biology in Buffaloes and Cattle: Author: Sardul S. Guraya: Contributor: Indian Council of Agricultural Research. Directorate of Information and Publications on Agriculture: Publisher: Directorate of Information and Publication of Agriculture, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Original from: Cornell University: Digitized.

Embryonic development in buffaloes occurs at a faster rate than in cattle and this has implications for the earlier establishment and functionality of the corpus luteum in by: Embryonic development in buffaloes occurs at a faster rate than in cattle cattle Subject Category: Organism Names see more details and this has implications for the earlier establishment and functionality of the corpus luteum in by: Ovarian follicular populations in buffaloes and cows.

Anita. Reprod. Sci., Follicular populations and the main parameters of follicular development were compared in the ()varies of eight swamp buffaloes and four cows from Indonesia and by: The book looks at ovarian function from a detailed molecular and cellular level that examines all phases of the ovarian lifecycle that places special emphasis on the pathophysiology of the human ovary, including ovarian g: buffaloes.

Ovarian Follicular and Luteal Dynamics in Cattle. Gregg P. Adams. This chapter provides an overview of our present understanding of ovarian function in cattle, with emphasis on the dynamics and control of follicular and luteal gland development. during the estrous cycle, ovulation, and development of the corpus luteum.

The chapter Cited by: 5. Theriogenology DISCUSSION This study found that ovarian follicles in buffalo develop in waves similar to those observed in cattle (19,24,28,30,51,53,58) as has been reported in a previous study (35) based on a smaller number of buffalo.

Unlike that in cattle (50,53,58), there were no 4-wave cycles in by: This chapter highlights the similarities and differences between bovine and human female reproduction, in order to justify the use of the cow as a model to study ovarian physiology, folliculogenesis, and oocyte development.

Cows and women share numerous characteristics in regard to by: 6. An abattoir study was conducted to evaluate the ovarian potential of local zebu cattle from Ngaoundere, Adamawa region (Cameroon) for in vitro embryo production (IVEP).

The ovaries were excised, submerged in normal saline solution (%) and transported to the laboratory for a detailed evaluation. Follicles on each ovary were counted, their diameters (Φ) measured and were grouped.

Pregnancy testing in cattle. Control of calving. Controlling the calving interval. Embryo transfer and associated techniques in cattle. Introduction of twin births in cattle. Breeding cattle at younger ages. Introduction to controlled reproduction in buffaloes.

Control of oestrous, Pregnancy testing and parturition control in buffaloes. Ovarian inactivity is the major constraint for proper productivity in buffaloes in Egypt and most of developing countries having buffaloes.

This disorder causes great economic losses due to. In buffaloes, ovarian follicular dynamics during the oestrous cycle is similar to that in cattle. Studies from India (Taneja et al., ), Brazil (Baruselli et al., ) and Pakistan (Warriach and Ahmad, ; Figure 1) have shown clearly that the majority of buffalo have two waves of follicular activity during their oestrous cycle.

Building on the successful structure of the first edition, the second edition of Reproductive Technologies in Farm Animals has been totally updated and revised to provide an up to date account of the key techniques employed in manipulating reproduction in farm animals, including beef and dairy cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, buffaloes, camelids, horses and poultry.

Background In Nepal, knowledge of proper handling, management and causes of cattle diseases is still limited. The main objective of this study was to explore the impact of deworming on milk production and its effect on milk qualities.

Methods A total of faecal samples ( buffaloes and cows) were collected and analysed for parasitic : Upendra Thapa Shrestha, Nabaraj Adhikari, Samarpan Kafle, Nabaraj Shrestha, Megha Raj Banjara, Katie. A careful physical examination of a cow or heifer suspected of having an ovarian problem often results in a specific diagnosis (e.g., freemartinism) or a workable list of differentials.

When the diagnosis is uncertain, techniques such as rapid progesterone assays, ultrasonographic imaging, ova or embryo recovery, and cytogenetic evaluation can provide critical information for a well-based. the estrous cycle in cattle. ANATOMY First, let’s look at the parts that make up the reproductive system in cattle (Figure 1).

There are two ovaries, two oviducts, two uterine horns, a uterine body, cervix, vagina and vulva. The bladder lies below the reproductive tract and is connected at the urethral opening located on the vaginal floor.

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Directorate of Information and Publication of Agriculture, Indian Council of Agricultural mater: Panjab University, Chandigarh, International. Obstetrics and Gynecological conditions of Cattle and Buffalo Anoestrum About the Diseases Nature of disease twin pregnancy in cattle and low litter size in multiparous species, increase the incidence.

Retention of placenta at the ovarian pole of the uterine horn. 2 The Biology of Ovarian Cancers An improved understanding of ovarian cancer biology can serve as a foundation for many other types of research and, as such, may ultimately underlie many improvements in the prevention, screening and early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of—and survival from—ovarian g: buffaloes.The advent of ultrasonography over a decade ago has contributed tremendously in the field of bovine reproduction.

Ultrasound imaging has shown that cattle exhibit 2 or 3 waves of follicular Missing: buffaloes. This article will review the oestrous cycle of dairy cattle, explore the use of ultrasound for imaging of ovarian structures such as follicles and corpus luteum, and discuss how we can use our findings to assist in the identification and management of dairy cattle with common fertility problems, such as cystic ovaries and anovulatory : Lisa Whitfield.