Studies on Clinico-biochemical and Pathological Changes in the Urea-induced Acute Rumen Alkalosis in Buffalo Calves

@inproceedings{Randhawa2009StudiesOC,
  title={Studies on Clinico-biochemical and Pathological Changes in the Urea-induced Acute Rumen Alkalosis in Buffalo Calves},
  author={Sarnarinder Singh Randhawa and Pritpal Singh Dhaliwal and P. P. Gupta and Kartikya Ahuja and Sandeep Rathor and A.. and R Ahuja},
  year={2009}
}
Randhawa S. S., P. S. Dhaliwal, P. P. Gupta, A. K. Ahuja, S. S. R a th 0 r : Studies on Clinico-biochemical and Pathological Changes in the Urea-Induced Acute Rumen Alkalosis in Buffalo Calves. Acta vet. Brno, 58, 1989: 225-243. Peracute rumen alkalosis was induced by intraruminal administration of urea @ 1.25 g/kg. b. wt. as a single dose in six healthy male Murrah buffalo calves of about 1 2 years age. Peracute ammonia toxicity resulted in profuse salivation, ruminal stress, incoordination… CONTINUE READING

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