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Vol. 7, Issue 4 (2018)

Comparative studies on biochemical profile of apparently healthy jersey cross-bred cows and graded Murrah buffaloes in Proddatur region of Andhra Pradesh

Author(s):
V Manasa, T Prasada Rao, KV Rajiv Kishore and M Kalyan Chakravarthi
Abstract:
Biochemical profile is essential in the evaluation of the health status of animals and is a prerequisite for the diagnosis of various pathophysiological, metabolic and nutritional disorders in dairy animals. A very less amount of data is available on the biochemical parameters of the dairy animals maintained in and around Proddatur region of Andhra Pradesh. Therefore, the present study was undertaken to estimate the various biochemical parameters of apparently healthy Jersey cross-bred cows and graded Murrah buffaloes in Proddatur region of Andhra Pradesh during Kharif season. A total of 24 blood samples were analyzed in both Jersey cross-bred cows and graded Murrah buffaloes for various biochemical parameters. The concentration of total cholesterol (mg/dl) and calcium (mg/dl) were found be significantly different between Jersey cross-bred cows (Group I) and graded Murrah buffaloes (Group II) (p<0.05). No significant difference was found in the concentrations of Total protein (g/dl), Albumin (g/dl), Creatinine (mg/dl), Urea (mg/dl), Triglycerides (mg/dl), Phosphorus (mg/dl), Glucose (mg/dl), AST (IU/L) and ALT (IU/L) between the two groups. These values obtained can serve as baseline values for Jersey cross-bred cows and graded Murrah buffaloes of this particular region during the availability of abundant green fodder and also for the comparison with the animals maintained during peak summer.
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How to cite this article:
V Manasa, T Prasada Rao, KV Rajiv Kishore, M Kalyan Chakravarthi. Comparative studies on biochemical profile of apparently healthy jersey cross-bred cows and graded Murrah buffaloes in Proddatur region of Andhra Pradesh. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(4):570-573.
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