Nutritional Imbalance, Toxicology and Deficiency Potential of Livestock

Citation:
Ouf, S. A., J. Rasheed, K. Ahmad, Z. Khan, K. Wajid, M. Nadeem, S. Tehreem, T. Abbas, H. Bashir, A. Ashfaq, et al., Nutritional Imbalance, Toxicology and Deficiency Potential of Livestock, , vol. 71, pp. 51 - 62, 2020/12/04.

Abstract:

This study investigated the changes in the enzymatic and biochemical profiles of lactating, non-lactating, and young buffaloes during different sampling. In the present research thirty buffaloes (Nili-Ravi) were selected and divided into three categories lactating, non-lactating, and young. Four samplings were performed in different seasons (summer, autumn, winter, and spring), and 10 blood serum samples were collected from each category of Nili-Ravi buffaloes during each sampling period. Higher glucose, urea, creatinine, and mycotoxins (AFB1, ZEA, OTA) values were found during summer sampling season, higher SGPT (ALT) and SGOT (AST) values were found during the autumn season, higher cholesterol, alkaline phosphatase and uric acid values were found during the winter season.

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