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Zoonotic Diseases Diagnosed From Jan 2016 To Aug 2017 In Regional Veterinary Laboratories, Department Of Veterinary Services, Malaysia

ABSTRACT Infectious diseases of livestock are a major threat to global animal health and welfare and their effective control is crucial for agronomic health, for safeguarding and securing national and international food supplies and for allevi

Anthelmintic Resistance And Its Impact On High Mortality In Small Ruminants In Malaysia

Abstract Malaysia has a total population of about 700,000 heads of sheep and goats  mainly in commercial farms as well as bred in smallholder enterprises.  As a tropical country with hot wet climate, it is the perfect environment for parasitic diseases, most com

Impact Of pH On The Viability And Morphology Of Blastocystis Isolates

Abstract: Blastocystis sp. is ubiquitous in avian, mammalian and human hosts and propagatesin either neutral or slightly alkaline conditions within the host’s gastro-intestinal tract. Of thefew previous studies on this enteric protozoan parasite

Preliminary Study On Morphological Characteristics Of Cervus Timorensis In Malaysia

Cervus timorensis or locally known as Timor Deer and Java deer is believed to be native to Java and Bali in Indonesia. It has been introduced into other countries for decades, including Malaysia in the year 1990. Cervus timorensis was listed in IUCN Red List as Vulnerable because its total native

Optimisation Of Parentage Verification Methodology Using Microsatellite Markers Through Conventional PCR In Malaysian Cattle

Parentage analysis of livestock animals is becoming increasingly utilized in the agriculture industry for selection of breed to increase production traits. Microsatellite DNA marker are a powerful tool for parentage verification. It contain 1-6bp repeat nucleotide motif and highly polymorphic. Re

The Katjang Goat: Distribution, Characteristics And Conservation Development

Katjang goat is an indigenous breed of goat in Malaysia. It is also known as Kambing Kacang, Kambing Katchang, Kambing Licin and Pea Goat. It also said to be the indigenous goat breed in Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Taiwan and the southwest islands of Japan. This breed also bears resemblance

Preliminary Study On Body Weight Estimation Of Malin Sheep Using Body Measurements

Estimating the live weight for animals using body measurements is practical, faster, easier and cheaper . Different models might be needed to predict body weight in different environmental condition and breeds. Hence, the aim of this study is to determine the best fitted regression model for pred

A SURVEY ON CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY AND HEMATOLOGY CHANGES IN OFFSPRING BORN FROM SEROPOSITIVE BREEDER.

The objective of this study was to evaluate the clinical biochemistry and haematology changes in three experimental offspring which were born from seropositive brucella bull and dams. The clinical biochemistry values were within the normal range except total bilirubin (7.33±0.64, 16.00&plu

SPECIFIC ANTIBODY RESPONSE TOWARDS TWO KILLED ANTIGENS OF MANNHEMIA HAEMOLYTICA TYPE IN HYPERIMMUNESERUM RABBITS.

Objectives of the study were to determine the antibody response following injection two type of antigens of M. haemolytica inoculated into rabbits and to evaluate the performance of an in-house ELISA kit to detect immunoglobulin G (Ig G) against M. haemolytica type A.  Rabb

THE DETERMINATION OF EFFECTIVENESS OF APPLYING EFFECTIVE MICROORGANISM IN CONTROLLING AMMONIA AND HYDROGEN SULPHIDE FROM POULTRY MANURE

Poultry layer houses are mostly open house system that generally faced with flies and odour and has become nuisance factors to society and the environment. Commonly reported compounds associated with livestock waste include ammonia (a sharp pungent odour) and hydrogen sulfide (a rotten egg odour)

SURVEY OF PATHOGENS FROM WILD RATS IN KINTA AND KLANG VALLEY, MALAYSIA

VRI was conducted a survey of 18 wild rats caught in Ipoh area (Rattus spp) and 80 wild rats from Kuala Lumpur area. The rats were post mortem and samples of skin, intestines, blood, urine and organs were examined for parasites, viruses and bacteria. Results from Ipoh rats indicated that

SEROCONVERSION OF BRUCELLOSIS IN CALVES FROM SEROPOSITIVE DAMS

The aim of this study was to determine the seroconversion of calves from seropositive dams and to indicate the bacterial isolation of Brucella abortus from samples collected. There were two out of five calves indicating a reactor to B.abortus using CFT. Rate of seroconversion in

KAWALAN PENCEMARAN BAU DI LADANG TERNAKAN AYAM KOMERSIAL

Industri penternakan ayam merupakan satu industri yang penting kepada negara. Berbicara sahaja tentang perusahaan menternak ayam, terbayang di minda cara ternakan kuno atau bersifat tradisional dengan keadaan persekitaran yang berbau busuk, hanyir, kotor dan dipenuhi lalat. Sesuai dengan peredara

SEROPREVALENCE STUDY OF CASEOUSE LYMPHADENITIS IN MALAYSIA USING INDIRECT ELISA TECHNIQUE.

Caseous lymphadenitis (CLA) has been a prevalent disease among farmed small ruminants in the majority of goat-rearing countries for over a century. A total of 446 goat sera were randomly selected from 20 farms from 10 different states of Malaysia. All serum samples were tested by Indirect ELISA t

THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND NUTRITIVE VALUES OF SIX TYPES OF NAPIER AT DIFFERENT CUTTING AGE

Forages continue to represent the single most important feed resource for livestock in developed and developing countries. Selecting forage species for cultivation must take into consideration the yield, digestibility and nutrient composition (1). Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum) &nbs
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