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Vol. 12, Special Issue 8 (2023)

Histomorphological study of goat luteal tissue and association with progesterone hormone

Author(s):
Chitralekha Deo, GK Mishra, RP Tiwari, Shweta Thawait, JR Khan, Tarun Sahu, PDS Raghuvanshi and Megha Katare Pandey
Abstract:
The stages of estrous cycle (Early and mid luteal) was determined based on gross ovarian morphometry (color, consistency, vasculature of CL, number and size of follicles), status of genitalia and hormone estimation. The number of small luteal cells were significantly higher at early luteal as compared to mid luteal. Moreover, the number of large luteal cells were found significantly higher at mid luteal as compared to early luteal stage. Significant higher serum estradiol concentration was observed in early luteal than mid luteal stage. There was significant positive correlation of serum progesterone with luteal progesterone concentration during mid luteal stage.
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How to cite this article:
Chitralekha Deo, GK Mishra, RP Tiwari, Shweta Thawait, JR Khan, Tarun Sahu, PDS Raghuvanshi and Megha Katare Pandey. Histomorphological study of goat luteal tissue and association with progesterone hormone. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(8S): 01-05.
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