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Abstract 1. 1. Vitamin D 3 (5000 i.u. and 100 i.u./100 g body wt) and 1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol (0.5 unit, 5 units and 500 units/100 g body wt) were administered daily to the male catfish,… (More)
Abstract Injection of vitamin D 3 (5000 IU/100 gm body weight) induces hypercalcaemia in the male catfish Clarias batrachus . This response is accelerated when the fish are maintained in a… (More)
Administration of 1, 25 dihydroxyvitamin D3 (1, 10 or 50 U/100g bw) to the catfish, Clarias batrachus for 10 days activated the corpuscles of Stannius.
The daily intraperitoneal injections of ovine prolactin to Varanus flavescens (10 I.U./0.2 ml/100 g body wt for 7 days) induced a rise in serum calcium which persisted until the end of the experiment.
The effect of i.m. injection of vitamin D3 (25 IU/100 g b.wt) on serum calcium level was investigated in Natrix piscator. This treatment evokes hypercalcemia at day 3 which progresses up to day 5.… (More)
Hypercalcemia was induced in Clarias batrachus by treating them with vitamin D3 (5,000 I.U./100 g body wt.) and/or 0.5% solution of CaCl2. The animals were killed on 1st, 3rd, 5th, 9th, 13th and 17th… (More)
Abstract Administration of salmon calcitonin (0.25 MRC mU/g body wt) evoked a decrease in the serum calcium levels of the freshwater snake, Natrix piscator .