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Vol. 12, Special Issue 11 (2023)

Gross anatomy and biometry of the testes of indigenous dog of Mumbai (Canis domesticus)

Author(s):
Yogesh, Kuldeep Singh Maan and Gururaj VK
Abstract:
The present research work was conducted on “Gross anatomical and histomorphological studies on testis of dog (Canis Domesticus)”. The testis of dogs collected from 6 non-descript, healthy adult dogs at sterilization center BSPCA, Parel, Mumbai. Gross anatomical examination of the testis was recorded and determines their colour, weight, length, width, thickness. The biometrical observations recorded that the left testis was larger and heavier than right testis. The height of the germinal epithelium was 164.54 µm and thickness of capsule was 725.95 µm. The numbers of Sertoli cells were more than the Ledyig cells in present investigation. The thickness was recorded with the ranged of 611.60 to 1122.54 µm with an average of 725.95±4.47 µm. The height of the germinal epithelium layer was ranged from 111.89 to 203.90 µm with an average of 164.56±0.88 µm.
Pages: 2188-2190  |  116 Views  74 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Yogesh, Kuldeep Singh Maan and Gururaj VK. Gross anatomy and biometry of the testes of indigenous dog of Mumbai (Canis domesticus). The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(11S): 2188-2190.
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