Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)
Pattern of extremely higher environmental temperature linked changes in endogenous antioxidant responses of liver in Marwari goat
Prakash Chandra Sanwal and Nalini Kataria
Evaluation of the pattern of extremely higher environmental temperature linked variations in endogenous antioxidant responses of liver in Marwari goat was carried out in the present exploration. Liver samples were collected from Marwari breed of goat ageing from 3 to 12 months during extremely higher or hot environmental temperature periods (ETPs) from private slaughter houses. To achieve the objectives of the investigation, analytes were measured in the liver during extremely hot ETPs. The endogenous antioxidant responses of liver included different analytes i. e. vitamin E and vitamin C. A significant (p≤0.05) decline in the mean values of vitamin E and vitamin C was observed during extremely hot ETP as compared to respective comfortable ETP mean value. The results of the investigation pointed out that male Marwari goat had superior antioxidant potential of liver as compared to female goat. Percent changes in the values reflected the capability of the goats to contrive the reactions during the extremely hot ETP. It can be proposed that goats of arid tracts must be protected from extended exposure to extremely hot environmental temperature.
How to cite this article:
Prakash Chandra Sanwal and Nalini Kataria. Pattern of extremely higher environmental temperature linked changes in endogenous antioxidant responses of liver in Marwari goat. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 2275-2279.