International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 6, Issue 2 (2018)
Morphometric study of ovary and rate of recovery of oocyte from medium size follicle by aspiration technique in cattle
Author(s): M Bhajoni, D Bhuyan, RK Biswas and DJ Dutta
Abstract: A research work was conducted to study the ovarian biometry, follicular biometry and recovery percentage of oocyte from the ovaries of slaughter house. A total of 209 cattle ovaries obtained from the slaughter house soon after sacrifice were utilized during the study period and out of this 43 ovaries were utilized randomly for ovarian biometry and 166 ovaries were utilized for follicular biometry. Significantly higher length, width, thickness and weight were recorded in ovary with CL than that without CL. The number of large, medium and small follicles was more in ovary without CL than with CL group. The mean number of medium size follicles was significantly (P<0.01) higher in ovary without CL (6.32±0.75) than with CL (3.33±0.18). The recovery rates of grade A (47.58%) and B (37.42%) oocytes were higher than that of grade C (8.82%) and D (6.12%) by aspiration method.
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M Bhajoni, D Bhuyan, RK Biswas, DJ Dutta. Morphometric study of ovary and rate of recovery of oocyte from medium size follicle by aspiration technique in cattle. Int J Chem Stud 2018;6(2):499-503.