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Anand Agricultural University (2016)

PHYSIOLOGICAL, BIOCHEMICAL AND HORMONAL PROFILES OF INDIGENOUS SHEET DURING SUMMER AND WINTER SEASON UNDER INTENSIVE PRODUCTION SYSTEM

RATHWA, SAWANKUMAR DAMANBHAI

Titre : PHYSIOLOGICAL, BIOCHEMICAL AND HORMONAL PROFILES OF INDIGENOUS SHEET DURING SUMMER AND WINTER SEASON UNDER INTENSIVE PRODUCTION SYSTEM

Auteur : RATHWA, SAWANKUMAR DAMANBHAI

Université de soutenance : Anand Agricultural University

Grade : Master of Veterinary Science in Veterinary Physiology 2016

Résumé partiel
Eight female Indigenous sheep were investigated for their physiological, biochemical and hormonal profiles during summer (15/04/2015 to 14/06/2015) and winter (01/12/1015 to 31/01/2016) seasons. Physiological parameters were recorded daily two times at 7:30 am and 2:30 pm. Blood samples were collected at weekly interval throughout the study period. Meteorological parameters like dry bulb temperature and relative humidity were recorded daily for two times at 7:30 am and 2:30 pm for estimation of THI throughout the study period. In addition to that the meteorological data for last 10 years was also collected for estimation of THI for last 10 years. In the present study, the mean THI found during summer and winter season was 82.55±1.22 and 59.36±2.24, respectively while the mean THI for last 10 years was 82.09±0.48 during summer and 66.14±0.38 during winter season. During summer season, the mean rectal temperature (°F), respiration rate (breath/min.), pulse rate (rate/min.) and skin temperature (°F) were 101.66±0.01, 36.60±0.50, 78.06±0.04 and 98.57±0.02 at 7:30 am, respectively but at 2:30 pm, they were 102.67±0.04, 43.44±0.50, 85.54±0.50 and 101.62±0.02, respectively. During winter season, the mean rectal temperature, respiration rate, pulse rate and skin temperature were 99.59±0.01, 32.34±0.40, 75.63±0.30 and 94.92±0.04 at 7:30 am. respectively and 100.34±0.03, 34.89±0.40, 81.64±0.40 and 96.95±0.04, respectively at 2:30 pm. Significant (P<0.05) differences were found in between time (7:30 am and 2:30 pm) and season (summer and winter) for all the physiological parameters during the experimental period. These physiological parameters were directly proportional to the THI. Among the Haematological attributes, the RBC (10 power 6/µl), Hb (g/dl) and PCV (%) levels were found significantly (P<0.05) higher during summer than during winter season while the non-significant results were found in MCV, MCH and MCHC level in both the season

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