I= STUDIES ON OVARIAN FOLLICULAR MORPHOLOGY SERUM BIOCHEMICAL & HORMONAL PROFILES IN FEMALE CAMEL (CAMELUS DROMEDARIUS) DURING THE LOW AND THE PEAK BREEDING SEASONS
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Title of Thesis
STUDIES ON OVARIAN FOLLICULAR MORPHOLOGY SERUM BIOCHEMICAL & HORMONAL PROFILES IN FEMALE CAMEL (CAMELUS DROMEDARIUS) DURING THE LOW AND THE PEAK BREEDING SEASONS

Author(s)
Shujait Ali
Institute/University/Department Details
Department of Animal Reproduction/ University of Agriculture Faisalabad
Session
2006
Subject
Animal Reproduction
Number of Pages
197
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
ovarian follicular morphology serum, camelus dromedaries, morphometry, macro minerals, hormones, puberty, sexual maturity, breeding season

Abstract
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1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction 1
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3 2 Review Of Literature 6
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  2.1 Ovarian Morphometry 6
  2.2 Follicular Dynamics 9
  2.3 Puberty And Sexual Maturity 14
  2.4 Breeding Season And Ovarian Activity 14
  2.5 Blood Serum Biochemistry 18
  2.6 Blood Serum Hormones 24
  2.7 Serum Micro Minerals 31
  2.8 Serum Macro Minerals 34
  2.9 Follicular Fluid Biochemistry 35
4 3 Materials And Methods 43
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  3.1 Collection Of Samples 43
  3.2 Ovarian Examination 44
  3.3 Biochemical Analysis Of The Serum And Follicular Fluid 45
  3.4 Hormones 49
  3.5 Trace Elements And Macro Minerals 52
  3.6 Statistical Analysis 53
5 4 Results 55
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  4.1 Ovarian Morphometry
  4.2 Blood Serum And Follicular Fluid Metabolites 64
  4.3 Blood Serum And Follicular Fluid Hormones 94
  4.4 Concentrations Of Terrace Elements In The Blood Serum And Follicular Fluid 111
  4.5 Concentration Of Macro Minerals In The Blood Serum And Follicular Fluid 128
6 5 Discussion 148
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  5.1 Ovarian Morphometry 148
  5.2 Serum And Follicular Fluid Hormones 164
  5.3 Trace Elements 173
  5.4 Macro Minerals 177
  5.5 Macro Minerals 181
  5.6 Conclusions 181
  5.7 Recommendations For Future Studies 182
7 6 Summary 183
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  6.2 Literature Cited 187