GROWTH PERFORMANCE, CARCASS YIELD AND HAEMATOLOGICAL RESPONSE OF BROILER CHICKENS FED ON PROCESSED HARICOT BEAN (Phaseolus vulagris L.) |  UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

Background: Haricot bean is one of Ethiopia’s most important legume grains. Beans are high in protein, carbs, and minerals, all of which are necessary for regular human function. Despite its nutritious value, it is difficult to digest due to anti-nutritional substances found in the bean.

Methods: For the trial, 168 Sasso strain broiler chicks with an initial body weight of 39.652.15g were employed. The chicks were divided into four treatments at random, with 14 birds per replication. Haricot bean was soaked in water for five hours at a 1 kilogramme to 5 litres ratio before being boiled for an hour to remove anti-nutritional elements. The bean was present in the treatment diets in proportions of 0, 10, 20, and 30% for T1, T2, T3, and T4, respectively.

T3 and T4 performed best (P0.05) in ultimate body weight, slaughter weight, dressed carcass, and eviscerated weight. With increasing the rate of processed haricot bean in the treatment diets, there was a substantial (P0.05) rise in white blood cell, red blood cell, haemoglobin, and packed cell volume. Conclusions: An integration of processed haricot beans in the broiler ration resulted in a positive overall performance and immunity of broiler chickens.

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Study on the Effect of Partial Ti Substitution at Zn Sites on the Structural, Electronic, and Magnetic Properties of Zn3P2 | Chapter 4 | Recent Trends in Chemical and Material Sciences Vol. 3

We studied the structural, electrical, and magnetic characteristics of the Ti-substituted Zn3P2 molecule using ab-initio calculations based on density functional theory. The study considers one/two Ti atom replacements in the unit cell of Zn3P2, which contains eight molecules per formula unit (40 atoms). The ferromagnetic phase is preferred for the single Ti atom substitution, according to our findings. The total energy of the ferromagnetic phase is lower than the total energy of the nonmagnetic phase. Our calculations yield a significant value for the magnetic moment at the Ti location. These molecules could be valuable in spintronic applications, and we hope that this study inspires others to learn more about them.

Author (S) Details

G. Jaiganesh

Materials Science Group, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam – 603102, India.

S. Mathi Jaya

Materials Science Group, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam – 603102, India.

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MALATHION INDUCED MORPHOBEHAVIOURAL CHANGES IN PANTALA FLAVESCENS FABR. (ODONATA : LIBELLULIDAE)|UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

Malathion’s effect on morphobehavioural vicissitudes in Pantala flavescens Fabr. was studied at different concentrations. Loss of capacity to fly, abrupt dorsoventral abdominal convulsions, forward forewings deflection, and clockwise cyclic rotation of the dragon-fly were all identified as important symptoms in the study. All of the derangements were shown to be pesticide concentration dependent, with the shortest mortality period of 15 minutes under 0.5 percent analathion stress.


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EXTERNAL MALE GENITALIA OF FOUR SPECIES OF GÈNUS ERISTALIS LATREILLE (SYRPHIDAE : DIPTERA)|UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

The exterior male genitalia of four species of Eristals Latreille sir were studied. It was discovered E curvipes Schiner, E. arvorum Fabricius, E. quinquelineatus Fabricius, and E obscuritarsis de Meijere.

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SUBLETHAL EFFECTS OF THIODON AND EKALUX ON FOOD UTILIZATION, GROWTH AND CONVERSION EFFICIENCY IN THE FISH LEPIDOCEPHALICHTHYS THERMALIS|UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

Food utilisation, growth, conversion efficiency, and oxygen consumption of Lepidocephalichthys thermalis were examined using sublethal doses of Ekalux (0.002, 0004, 0 006 and 0.008 ppm) and T (0.001, 00002, 00003 and 0 0004 ppm). Fish bred in pesticide-free water were fed 409 mg/dry food g fish per day. When grown in 0.008 ppm Ekalux and 0.0004 ppm, this rate dropped to 24.4 mg dry food g fish/day. Thiodopectively. At the highest sublethal pesticide concentrations, conversion efficiency was also low. In the highest sublethal dose of Eka Thiodon, the growth rate of 1.8 mg dry substanceg fish/day in a fish maintained in pest-free water reduced to 1.0 and 0.4 mg/g fish day, respectively. As the concentration of pesticides increased, the fish’s oxygen consumption rate reduced by more than 40 percent.

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ON A NEW NEMATODE METAQUIMPERIA CHAUHANI N. Sp. FROM FRESH WATER FISH BAGARIUS BAGARIUS (HAM.)|UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

At Lucknow, Metaquimperia chauhan in sp. was discovered in the intestine of the freshwater fish Bagarius bagarius (Ham). Caudal papillae (4 pairs preanal and 5 pairs postanal), a tiny gubernaculum, and the absence of anal papillae separate it from other species.

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CYTOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON THE OVARY OF THE TREMATODE COTYLOPHORON INDICUS STILES AND GOLDBERGER, 1910|UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

Cotylophoron indicus has a spherical, compact ovary that is surrounded by a muscular sheath. The oogonia are found in the front, while the oocytes are found in the back. The nucleoli in the germinal vesicles are prominent and rich in ribonucleoproteins. Nucleolar extrusions are most commonly seen in the ooplasm, where they eventually disseminate. The yolk granules in eggs contain proteins, phospholipids, and polysaccharides.

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THE OVARY INHIBITING HORMONE ACTIVITY IN THE EYESTALKS OF FRESH WATER PRAWN, CARIDINA RAJADHARI | UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

The activity of the ovary inhibiting hormone in the eyestalks of Caridina rajadhari, a freshwater shrimp, was investigated. Normal animals, eyestalk ablated animals, and eyestalk ablated plus eyestalk extract injected animals all had different mean ovarian indexes and oocyte diameters. When compared to the other two groups, the oocyte diameter and ovarian index rose significantly in eyestalk ablated animals, indicating accelerated oocyte maturation.

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MORPHOHISTOLOGY OF THE MIDGUT OF TANYMECUS SCIURUS OLIV. (COLEOPTERA : CURCULIONIDAE) | UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

The midgut of T. sciurus is trimorphic in nature histologically. The promesenteron’s epithelial cells are short and have granulo-vacuolated cytoplasm. The mesomesenteron is distinguished by the presence of vacuolated and granular cytoplasm in the digestive and absorptive cells, respectively. Despite the fact that the metamesenteron was researched with multiple diverticulae, the nature of the epithelium addressed was more focused on absorption than digesting. The peritrophic membrane is not visible throughout the mesenteron’s length, and the musculature is underdeveloped. The striated cell border’s function is to release merocrine-like droplets.

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DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SCHILBEID FISH, PROEUTROPIICHTHYS TAAKREE BURMANICUS FROM BURMA (SCHILBEIDAE : SILURIFORMES)| UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY

The fish fauna of Burma is taxonomically distinct from that of India, according to previous researchers. The differences between the Indian and Burmese material in the case of Proeutropiichthys taakree indicate that all of the variances are simple variations within the same species with little taxonomic importance. The profound discrepancies between the Burmese and lindian materials explored here, on the other hand, are consistent and distinguish the two at a subspecific level. The species was first reported from Maharashtra by Sykes (1839), hence the Indian form is known as Proeutropiichthys faak ree birmanicus, ssp. nov., while the Burmese material is known as Proeutropiichthys faak ree birmanicus, ssp. nov.

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