I= INFLUENCE OF ALTERING DIETARY CATION ANION DIFFERENCE ON PRODUCTIVE AND REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF BUFFALOES DURING SUMMER
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Title of Thesis
INFLUENCE OF ALTERING DIETARY CATION ANION DIFFERENCE ON PRODUCTIVE AND REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF BUFFALOES DURING SUMMER

Author(s)
Muhammad Aasif Shahzad
Institute/University/Department Details
Institute of Animal Nutrition & Feed Technology/ University of Agriculture, Faisalabad
Session
2005
Subject
Animal Nutrition
Number of Pages
178
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
dietary cation anion difference (dcad), productive performance, reproductive performance, buffaloes, animal productivity, thermal stress, milk yield, lactation, ovarian activity, hormonal profile, milk fever, serum minerals

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1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction 1
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3 2 Review Of Literature 5
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  2.1 Hot Summer And Animal Productivity 5
  2.2 Nutritional Approaches To Combat Thermal Stress 8
  2.3 Dietary Cation Anion Difference (DCAD) 10
  2.4 Dry Matter Intake 13
  2.5 Dry Matter Digestibility 16
  2.6 Rumen pH And Minerals 17
  2.7 Blood pH And Bicarbonate (HCO 3 ) 18
  2.8 Blood Minerals 21
  2.9 Calcium, Magnesium And Phosphorus 21
  2.10 Sodium And Potassium 23
  2.11 Chloride 23
  2.12 Interaction Of Na, K, C 1 And S 24
  2.13 Mineral Balance 25
  2.14 Nitrogen Balance 27
  2.15 Energy Balance 28
  2.16 Respiration Rate 28
  2.17 Urine pH Milk 29
  2.18 Milk Yield And Composition 30
  2.19 Growth 33
  2.20 Milk Fever 34
  2.21 DCAD Effects On Calcium Absorption 42
  2.22 DCAD And Bone Calcium Mobilization 44
  2.23 DCAD And Hormonal Regulation Of Calcium 45
  2.24 Hypocalcemia And Associated Disorders 46
  2.25 DCAD And Reproduction 48
  2.26 Anionic Diet, Lactation And Reproduction 48
  2.27 Cationic Diet, Lactation And Reproduction 50
4 3 Influence Of Altering Dietary Cation Anion Difference On Productive And Reproductive Performance Of Early Lactating Buffaloes During Summer 52
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  3.1 Introduction 52
  3.2 Materials And Methods 53
  3.3 Results 58
  3.4 Blood Ph And Bicarbonate (Hco 3 ) 58
  3.5 Serum Minerals 62
  3.6 Urine pH 62
  3.7 Mineral Balance 62
  3.8 Milk Yield And Composition 71
  3.9 Energy Status 71
  3.10 Ovarian Activity 71
  3.11 Hormonal Profile (Entradiol, Progesterone And Contisol) 72
  3.12 Discussion 81
  3.13 Nutrients Intake And Their Digestibilities 81
  3.14 Blood pH And Bicarbonate (HCO 3 ) 82
  3.15 Serum Minerals 82
  3.16 Urine pH 84
  3.17 Mineral Balance 84
  3.18 Milk Yield And Composition 85
  3.19 Energy Status 86
  3.20 Ovarian Activity 87
  3.21 Hormonal Profile (Entradiol, Progesterone And Contisol) 88
5 4 Influence Of Altering Dietary Cation Anion Difference On Occurrence Of Milk Fever In Prepartum Buffaloes 90
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  4.1 Introduction 90
  4.2 Materials And Methods 92
  4.3 Results 95
  4.4 Blood Ph And Bicarbonate (Hco 3 ) 95
  4.5 Serum Minerals 95
  4.6 Urine pH 99
  4.7 Mineral Balance 99
  4.8 Milk Yield And Composition 99
  4.9 Energy Status 108
  4.10 Ovarian Activity 108
  4.11 Hormonal Profile (Entradiol, Progesterone And Contisol) 108
  4.12 Discussion 114
  4.13 Nutrients Intake And Their Digestibilities 113
  4.14 Blood pH And Bicarbonate (HCO 3 ) 114
  4.15 Serum Minerals 115
  4.16 Urine pH 116
  4.17 Mineral Balance 116
  4.18 Milk Yield And Composition 119
  4.19 Energy Status 119
  4.20 Incidence Of Milk Fever And Associated Disorders 121
6 5 Influence Of Altering Dietary Cation Anion Difference On Growth Performance Of Growing Buffalo Calves 124
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  5.1 Introduction 124
  5.2 Materials And Methods 125
  5.3 Results 128
  5.4 Nutrients Intake And Their Digestibilities 128
  5.5 Blood pH And Bicarbonate (HCO 3 ) 128
  5.6 Serum Minerals 128
  5.7 Urine pH 133
  5.8 Calcium Balance 133
  5.9 Growth Performance 133
  5.10 Discussion 136
  5.11 Nutrients Intake And Their Digestibilities 136
  5.12 Blood pH And Bicarbonate (HCO 3 ) 137
  5.13 Serum Minerals 138
  5.14 Urine pH 139
  5.15 Calcium Balance 139
  5.16 Growth Performance 140
7 6 Summary 142
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8 7 Reference 145
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