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  • Buffaloes;Bubalus bubalis;Anestrous;Haemoglobin;Serum protein;Calcium;Inorganic phosphorus

  • Two groups consisting 14 anestrous buffaloes (4-10 years), body weight (230-375 kg) with smooth and inactive ovaries and 10 normal cyclic buffaloes were studied to determine the impact of metabolic profile on infertility. Blood samples from anestrous buffaloes were collected at an interval of 10 days apart three times (42 samples), whereas from cyclic buffaloes blood samples were taken only at the time of A. I (a total of 10 samples). The normal cyclic animals had significantly (P LT 0.01) higher concentrations of haemoglobin, serum protein and inorganic phosphorus than did the anestrous buffaloes. However, the concentration of serum glucose and calcium differ red non significantly between these two groups. The ratio of Ca:P in normal cyclic animals was lower (2.51:1) as compared to the anestrous animals (4.59:1). It can be concluded from the present study that the level of haemoglobin, serum protein and inorganic phosphorus play major role in animal reproduction. The ratio of Ca:P should also be near to 2:1 for better reproduction.

  • [1] Sharad Kumar (Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences of Jammu, Jammu (India). Faculty of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry. Division of Veterinary Clinics and Teaching Hospital)
    [2] Atul Saxena (College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Uttar Pradesh (India))
    [3] Ramsagar (College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Uttar Pradesh (India))

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Sharad Kumar. (2010). Comparative studies on metabolic profile of anestrous and normal cyclic Murrah buffaloes.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 29 (1) ,7-11


Sharad Kumar. "Comparative studies on metabolic profile of anestrous and normal cyclic Murrah buffaloes" Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 29, 2010, 7-11.

Sharad Kumar. (2010). Comparative studies on metabolic profile of anestrous and normal cyclic Murrah buffaloes.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 29 (1) ,7-11