• https://doi.org/10.56825/bufbu.2023.4233507

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  • Buffaloes;Bubalus bubalis;Dimensions;Murrah bull;Prostate gland;Seminal vesicle;Ultrasonography

  • The study was performed in Murrah buffalo-bull calves to assess the developmental dimensions of the prostate and seminal vesicle (SV) glands from 1 to 30 months of age with transrectal ultrasonography. The width of prostate gland ranged between 1.39+-0.07 and 2.65+-0.14 cm. The rate of change in the mean width of the gland was gradual and almost same from one to thirty month (P LT 0.05). The correlation co-efficient between width of prostate gland and age was r2 = 0.73. The mean circumference and length of the SV gland at one month to thirty months of age ranged from 6.14+-0.32 to 13.05+-0.34 cm and 2.61+-0.09 to 6.02+-0.27 cm, respectively. The correlation co-efficient between length and age, width and age, and circumference of SV gland and age were r2 = 0.68, r2 = 0.55 and r2 = 0.74, respectively. From this study, it is concluded that the ultrasonographic evaluation of prostate and SV along with growth rate could be very practical tool for the assessment of puberty.

  • [1] Lal Chand Ranga (Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying, Haryana (India))
    [2] Ramesh Kumar Chandolia (Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Haryana (India))
    [3] Laxman Singh (Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Uttar Pradesh (India))
    [4] Ravi Dutt (Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Haryana (India))

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Lal Chand Ranga and others. (2023). Ultrasonographic characteristics of prostate and seminal vesicle glands in developing Murrah buffalo bulls.  Buffalo Bulletin, 42 (3) ,313-325


Lal Chand Ranga and others. "Ultrasonographic characteristics of prostate and seminal vesicle glands in developing Murrah buffalo bulls" Buffalo Bulletin, 42, 2023, 313-325.

Lal Chand Ranga and others. (2023). Ultrasonographic characteristics of prostate and seminal vesicle glands in developing Murrah buffalo bulls.  Buffalo Bulletin, 42 (3) ,313-325