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1. Jekel's Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Preventive Medicine, and Public Health

by MPH, David L. Katz MD | Med, Dorothea Wild MD MPH Dr | MPH, Joann G. Elmore MD | MS, Sean C Lucan MD MPH.

Edition: 4th ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: [S.l.] : Saunders, 2013Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 614.4 David 4th 2013 29980 Public.Health] (1).

2. Essential Mathematics and Statistics for Science

by Currell, Dr. Graham | Dowman, Dr. Antony.

Edition: 1st ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: China : Wiley, 2005Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 507.2 Currell 29882 1st 2005 Statistics] (1).

3. Economics & Chemistry of Milk Production

by Choudhary, Dr. Nand Lal.

Edition: First ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: London : Koros Press, 2012Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 541.371 Choudhary 1st 29144 Dairy] (1).

4. Nutrition in Clinical Practice

by Dr. David L. Katz | MHS, Rachel S.C. F | MS, Sean C. Luc.

Edition: Third ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: [S.l.] : LWW, 2014Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 615.854 Katz 3rded 2008 30048 H.Nutrition] (1).

5. Environmental engineering and management /

by Dhameja, Dr. Suresh K.

Edition: 2nd ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: New Delhi : S. K. Kataria & Sons (Publishers), 2013Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 628 Dhameja 2nd 2013 29367 En.Science] (1).

6. Biochemistry / 4th ed.

by Satyanarayana, Dr. U | Chakrapani, U.

Edition: 4th Revised edition.Material type: book Book; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: New Delhi : Elsevier India, 2015Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 572 Satyanarayana 31890 4th 2016 Biochemistry] (3).

7. Animal Reproduction

by Dr. Ashok Kumar Sharma.

Material type: book Book; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: New Delhi : Oxford Book Company, 2012Availability: Items available for loan: Pattoki Library [Call number: 636.08926 Sharma 1st 2012 29206 L.Production] (1).

8. Jekel's Epidemiology, Biostatistics, Preventive Medicine and Public Health

by Katz,David L | Med, Dorothea Wild MD MPH Dr | MPH, Joann G. Elmore MD | MS, Sean C Lucan MD MPH.

Edition: 4th ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: USA : Saunders, 2013Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 614.072 Katz 1st 2013 29212 Public.Health] (1).

9. Understanding Earth Science

by Ardagh, Martin Dr.

Material type: book Book Publisher: New Delhi: Random Exports; 2013Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 550 Ardagh 1st 2013 30027 En.Science] (1).

10. Probiotic Dairy Products

by Tamimie,Adnan Dr | Tamime.

Edition: 1st ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: USA : Wiley-Blackwell, 2006Availability: Items available for loan: Pattoki Library [Call number: 641.37 Tamime 1st 2005 30212 Dairy] (1).

11. Faiz Ahmed Faiz : 1911-1984

by Rahman, Dr. Sarvat.

Material type: book Book Publisher: [S.l.] : Abhinav Publications, 2011Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 891.4391 Faiz 30102 1st 2011 Poetry] (1).

12. Pillars of Epidemiology

by Prof. Dr. Muhammad Athar Khan.

Edition: 1st edMaterial type: book Book Publisher: Pakistan: UVAS LAHORE; 2013Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 614.4 Athar 30073 1st 2013 Epidemiology] (3).

13. A Dictionary of Pharmacology and Allied Topics / 2nd ed

by Laurence, Desmond | Laurence, D.R | Carpenter, J.R.

Edition: 2nd ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: Netherlands: Elsevier Science, 1998Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 615 Laurence 20116 2/e 1998 Dictionaries] (1).

14. Essential SQL on SQL Server 2008

by Bagui, Dr. Sikha | Earp, Dr. Richa.

Edition: 1st ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: USA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2009Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 005.7585 Bagui 24586 1/e 2010 Computer.Science] (1).

15. Farhang Urdu-Faarsi

by Dr. Syed BaHaider Sheharyar Naqvi.

Edition: 1st ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: Lahore: Book Talk; 1993Availability: Items available for loan: (1), UVAS Library [Call number: 491.439355 Sheharyar 13184 1/e 1993 Dictionaries] (1).

16. Privatization Management : Trends and Prospects

by Prof. Dr. Mushtaq A. Sajid.

Edition: 1st ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: Lahore: Al-Madina Publications; 1998Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 338.925 Mushtaq 22220 1st 1998 Statistics] (1).

17. First Steps in Statistics

by Wright, Dr Daniel B | London, Kamala.

Edition: First Edition.Material type: book Book Publisher: UK : Sage Publications Ltd, 2002Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 519.5 Wright 18205 1st 2002 Statistics] (1).

18. Introduction to Statistical Theory / Part 2

by Prof. Sher Muhammad Chaudhry | Dr. Shahid Kamal.

Edition: 6th reprint edition.Material type: book Book Publisher: Lahore: Ilmi Kitab Khana; 2006Availability: Items available for loan: Pattoki Library [Call number: 310 Sher 50555 6th 2019 Statistics] (4), UVAS Library [Call number: 310 Sher 14707 6th 2006 Statistics] (7).

19. Environmental Microbiology

by Mishra,BB | Nanda DR | Dave SR.

Edition: 1sted.Material type: book Book Publisher: India: APH Publishing Company 2009Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 579.17 Mishra 24334 1/e 2009 Env.Science] (1).

20. Islam As An Ethical and Political Ideal

by Dr. Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal.

Edition: 3rd ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: Lahore: Islamic Book Service; 1988Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 297 Iqbal 22348 3rd 1988 Islam] (1).

21. Cultural Heritage of the Mughals

by Prof. Dr. Massarrat Abid | Qalb-i-Abid, S.

Edition: 1st ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: Lahore: Pakistan Study Centre, PU; 2005Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 954.025 Massarrat 22358 1st 2005 History] (1).

22. Biochemistry

by Dr. Veena.

Material type: book Book; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: India : Sonali Publications, 2008Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 573.44 Veena 24351 1st 2008 Biochemistry] (1).

23. Handbook of Microbiology and Parasitology

by Panda, Dr. U.N.

Edition: 1st ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: New Delhi: A.I.T.B.S Publishers; 2005Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 616.01028 Panda 30251 1st 2005 Microbiology] (1).

24. Ehd-e-Nabvi Main Nizaam-e-Hukmarani

by Dr. Muhammad Hameed Ullah.

Edition: 1st ed.Material type: book Book Publisher: Lahore: Nigarshaat Publishers; 2014Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 297.63 Hameed 30253 1st 2014 Islam] (1).

25. Evolutionary Biology

by Tomar, B.S. Dr | Singh, S.P.Dr.

Edition: 8th revised ed..Material type: book Book Publisher: New Delhi: Capital Offset Press; 2003Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 590 Tomar 20905 8th 2003 Zoology] (1).

26. Movements for Nation's Awareness in Sub Continent

by Dr. Syed Asad Gillani.

Edition: 1stMaterial type: book Book Publisher: Lahore: Feroz Sons; 1992Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 954 Asad 16846 1st 1992 History] (1).

27. Cloning (Urdu)

by Dr Abdual Rauf Shakoori.

Edition: 1stMaterial type: book Book Publisher: Pakistan: Urdu Science Board 1998Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 574.273282 Rauf 14404 1st 1998 Genetics] (1). Checked out (1).

28. The works of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah / Vol. II / 1913 to 1916

by Dr. Riaz Ahmed.

Material type: book Book Publisher: Islamabad: Chair on Quaid-e-Azam and Freedom Movement, National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-e-Azam University; 1997Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 954.91 Riaz 22364 Vol.II 1997 History] (1).

29. The works of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah / Vol. III / 1916 to 1917

by Dr. Riaz Ahmed.

Material type: book Book Publisher: Islamabad: Chair on Quaid-e-Azam and Freedom Movement, National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-e-Azam University; 1998Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 954.91 Riaz 22365 Vol.III 1998 History] (1).

30. The works of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah / Vol.V / 1919 to 1920

by Dr. Riaz Ahmed.

Material type: book Book Publisher: Islamabad: Chair on Quaid-e-Azam and Freedom Movement, National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-e-Azam University; 2002Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 954.91 Riaz 22367 Vol.V 2002 History] (1).

31. The works of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah / Vol. IV / 1917 to 1918

by Dr. Riaz Ahmed.

Material type: book Book Publisher: Islamabad: Chair on Quaid-e-Azam and Freedom Movement, National Institute of Pakistan Studies, Quaid-e-Azam University; 1999Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 954.91 Riaz 22366 Vol.IV 1999 History] (1).

32. Pakistan: Tareekh-o-Siyasat 1947 to 1988

by Dr. Safdar Mehmood.

Edition: 1stMaterial type: book Book Publisher: Lahore: Jang Publishers; 2002Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 954.91 Safdar 15928 1st 2002 History] (1).

33. A Textbook of Immunology & Immunotechnology

by Annadurai, Dr. B | Chand.S.

Material type: book Book Publisher: New Delhi : S Chand & Co Ltd, 2011Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 616.079 Annadurai 24530 1st 2011 Immunology] (1).

34. Studies On The Prevalence And Taxonomy Of Paramphistomes In Sheep And Their Effects On Various Blood Parameters

by Gohar Zaman Khattak | Dr. Mubashar Saeed | Dr. Asif Rabbani | Dr. Sagheer | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1990Dissertation note: The study was conducted to determine the prevalence of Paramphistomes in sheep, taxonomy of the species of the genus Paramphistomum, and their effects on various blood parameters of the infected animals. For this purpose Municipal Corporation Abattoir, Peshawar was visited regularly during the months of May, June and July,1990. A total of 300 sheep were examined for the study purpose. These animals were divided into two age groups each comprising of 150 sheep. Group-I comprised of sheep below one year of age, while Group-II had sheep of more than one year age. Fifty sheep, each from Group-I and Group-II, were examined each month during the course of study. Five ml of blood was collected from the jugular vein of the sheep, prior to slaughter, in a test tube having a few drops of 0.1% EDTA. After its slaughter the compound stomach of the animal was obtained and put into a polythene bag, which was then brought to parasitology Section, Veterinary Research Institute, Peshawar for further investigations. After opening of the compound stomach, each compartment was searched for paramphistomes. Helminths so collected were put into glass jars. Preservation and staining of Paramphistomes was carried out by adopting the prescribed methods. Complete record of worms collected, regarding their number and site of predilection was maintained. The taxonomy of the species of the genus Paramphistomum was studied with the help of keys. All the parasites of the genus Paramphistomum were recovered from the rumen of the infected sheep identified as Paramphistomum cervi. A total of 2,329 helminths (Paramphistomum cervi) were recovered from infected sheep of both the age groups.Average infection rate in these animals was recorded as 7.00%, with an average worm burden of 111 helminths per animal. Out of 150 below one year of age sheep examined, 8 were found infected with Paramphistomum cervi with an infection rate of 5.33%. Three sheep from Group-I were found infected with Paramphistomum Cervi in each of the month of May and June, while in July only two animals were found infected with these parasites. The highest rate of infection with these parasites was observed in May and June, and the lowest infection rate was recorded in the month of July. A total of 727 helminths were recovered from the infected animals of Group-I with a range of 73 to 112, and the average parasitic load being 91 per animal. 150 sheep of above one year age were examined,out of which 13 were found infected with Paramphistomum cervi, with an infection rate of 8.66%. Six animals of Group-II were found infected in May, for in June and three in the month of July. A total of 1,602 parasites were recovered from these animals, ranging from 96 to 140, with an average worm burden of 123 helminths per animal. Blood of infected sheep was exposed to various haematological studies including total erythrocyte count (TEC), Hb estimation, packed cell volume (PCV) and erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR).These tests were also carried out for worm-free (control) sheep, 10 each from Group-I and Group-II. A decrease of 8.39% and 14.20% was noticed in total erythrocyte count (TEC) of the infected sheep of Group-I and Group-II, respectively. The results revealed that a highly significant decrease in the TEC of these animals had occurred due to Paramphistomum cervi infection. Haemoglobin contents of blood were determined. The results showed a fall in the Hb contents of blood. The results of the study revealed that a non-significant decrease resulted due to paramphistomiasis in the Hb contents of blood of animals with below one year age, while a highly significant decrease occurred in the haemoglobin contents of blood of animals with above year of age. A decrease of 3.35% and 12.25% was recorded in the packed cell volume (PCV) of the infected sheep of Group-I and Group-II, respectively. The results showed that a non-significant decrease occurred in the PCV of infected animals of Group-I, while a highly significant decrease was caused by paramphistomiasis in Group-II animals. The erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) of worm free (control) as well as sheep infected with Paramphistomum cervi was determined. The results showed a 14.0% and 141.42% increase in the ESR after one hour in the infected animals of Group-I and Group-II, Respectively, while the increase in ESR after 24 hours was recorded as 120.5% and 196% for these groups, respectively. The results revealed that a significant increase occurred in ESR of infected sheep of Group-I, after one hour as well as 24 hours, a highly significant increase was observed. Statistical analysis of the results of the study also revealed that there existed a negative correlation between age of the animal and total erythrocyte count, haemoglobin concentration, and packed cell volume of blood. A positive correlation existed between age of animals and erythrocyte sedimentation rate. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0004,T] (1).

35. Study On Performance Of Broilers Under Different Intensities (Wattages) Of Light And Illuminated Feeders

by Afzal Sajid, M | Ch. Muhammed Saleem | Dr. Nisar | Muhammed Aslam Bhatti.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1988Dissertation note: The study was aimed to find out the effect of different light intensities (wattages) on weight gain, feed consumption feed conversion ratio, dressing percentage, mortality and abnormalities in broiler chicks. 120, one day old chicks were selected and divided randomly in four groups of 30 chicks each. The following light treatments were provided to the chicks of the Groups A,B,C and D. (A) 40 watt bulb at night and natural day light (B) 25 watt bulb at night and natural day light (C) 15 watt bulb at night and natural day light (D) Spot-lighted feeders with 5 watt bulb at night and natural day light. Each chick was given 0.8 sq. ft. floor space. Feeding and watering were provided ad.lib. under indentical managemental conditions. Weekly data starting from 4th week onwards revealed that at 4th week of age there wa non-significant difference in weight gain, feed consumption and feed convertion ratio among the four treatment groups. Significant differences in weight gai and feed conversion ratio and non-significant differences in feed consumption were noticed among the groups at 8th week of age. The results indicate that birds of Group A due to more activities under high wattage gained least weight i.e. 1.6937 Kg and sonsumed more feed i.e. 4.8017 Kg and showed poorest feed conversion ratio i.eo 2.84 as compared to the birds of rest of three groups, i.e. B, C and D. The birds of Group B gained less weight i.e. 1.7343 Kg, consumed more feed i.e. 4.7983 Kg and showed poorer feed conversion ratio i.e. 2.77 than the birds of Group C and D. The birds of Group C gained less weight, i.e. 1.8293 Kg consumed more feed i.e. 4.6733 Kg and showed poor feed conversion ratio i.e. 2.55 when compared with the birds of Group D but showed better performance tha the birds of Group A and B. The birds of Group D gained significantly more weight (P<0.05) i.e. 1.8567 Kg, at low feed intake i.e. 4.6510 Kg and showed significantly better feed conversion ratio (P<0.05) i.e. 2.50 as compared to the birds of Group A and B, as the light intensity (wattage) available to the birds of Group D was very low, hence there was less activity due to less movement, as compared to Group A,B and C. Therefore, the birds of Group D converted more available energy into weight gain and showed best performance as compared to other three groups i.e. A, B and C. Dressing percentage recorded after 8th week of age was 61.85% 62.24% 62.86% and 63.11% for Group A, B, C and D respectively. A non-significant difference was observed among all the groups. There was no mortality throughout the experimental period and apparently no considerable abnormality was observed. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0016,T] (1).

36. Comparison Of Vaginal Bacterial Flora In Teddy Goats With And Without Reproductive Disorders

by Tauseef Ali Raza | Rashid Ahmed Chaudry | Dr. Talat | Naeem Ullah Khan | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1989Dissertation note: A total number of 140 teddy goats were included in the study to compare the bacterial flora of vagina. Out of 140 goats, 80 had a history of normal lambing and fertility while 60 goats had a history of reproductive problems such as repeat breeding, infertility etc. A total of 120 bacteria belonging to 9 different species were isolated. 20 samples were bacteriologically sterile. The ercentage of various organisms isolated from samples was as under: - Staphylococcus aureus 29.16% (35 isolates) Corynebacterium pyogenes 27.50% (33 isolates) Streptococcus pyogenes 11.66% (14 isolates) Pseudomonas 9.66% (11 isolates) Bacillus subtilis 6.66% ( 8 isolates) Proteus vulgaris 5 % ( 6 isolates) Bacillus cereus 4.16% ( 5 isolates) Micrococcus 3.33% ( 4 isolates) Lactobacillus 3.33% ( 4 isolates) In-vitro sensitivity of isolates revealed that STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS was 82.85% sensitive to Gentamycin, 71.42% to biotics, 64% to Chloramphenicol, 54.28% to Terramycin, 28.57% to rimethoprim, 20% to Ampicillin and 8.57% to Erythromycin. CORYNEBACTERIUM PYOGENES was 84.84% sensitive to Cornbiotics , ':> 69.69% to Choromphe nicol , 12.12% to Erythromycin, 29.75% to Terramycin, 30.30% to Ampicillin, 15.51% to Gentamycin and 7.43% to Trimethoprim. STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES was 92.85% sensitive to gentamycin, 71. 43% to combiotics, and 42.85% to hloramphenicol. It was resistant to Erythromycin, Terramycin, Ampicillin and Trimethoprim. PSEUDOMONAS Spp was 72.72% sensitive to Combiotics, 45.45% to Chloramphenicol, 36.36% to Gentamycin, 27.27% to Terramycin, 18.18% to Erythromycin, Ampicillin and Trimethoprim. BACILLUS SUBTILIS was 100% sensitive to Chloramphenical, Terramycin, Ampicillin and Gentamycin and 83.3% to Combiotics. It was resistant to Erythromycin and Trimethoprim. PROTEUS VULGARIS was 100% senstitive to combiotics, Chloram- phenical, Erythromycin, Terramycin, Ampicillin, Gentamycin and Trimethoprim. BACILLUS CEREUS was 100% sensitive to all the above antibiotics/ Salfonamides tried. MICROCOCCUS was 100% sensitive to all the above antibiotics/ sulfonamides used. LACTOBACILLUS was 100% sensitive to all of the above antibiotics/ sulfonamides. The vaginal samples of goats in reproductive problem group revealed a higher bacterial count as compared to healthy group and it was concluded that higher bacterial load in the agina was responsible for the reproductive problems. No strain of Brucella or vibrio could be isolated. The animals treated intra-vaginally responded favourably. On the basis of in-vitro sensitivity test c'ombiotic is recommended for the treatment of vaginal infections. The preliminary study on the vaginal bacterial flora of the Teddy goats is the first of its kind ever attempted in Pakistan. Further studies on the lines attempted in the present investigation are suggested and in any future attempt it will be highly desirable if other micro-organisms besides bacteria are studied. Furthermore large number of animals both apparently healthy as well as those showing reproductive disorder in various egions of the country should be included in any future endeavour to bring these studies to their logical conclusions. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0046,T] (1).

37. Fattening Of Lambs With Different Vegetable Protein Sources

by Mohsin Raza Malik | Dr . Muhammad Yapoob Malik | Dr . Nisar Ahmad | Dr . Rashid.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1987Dissertation note: Abstract Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0055,T] (1).

38. A Study On The P;Revalence Taxonomy And Bionomics Of Genus Oesophagostomum In Sheep And Goats

by Sattar Zafar Rana, A | Dr. Mohammad Afzal | Dr. Tufail | Dr.Mubasher Saeed Main | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1988Dissertation note: Abstract Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0135,T] (1).

39. Study On Hydatidosis And Chemical Characterization Of Cyst Fluid In Camels Slaughtered At Lahore Abattoir

by Tajammal Hussain | Dr. Asif Rabbani | Dr. Iqbal Ahmad | Dr. Mubbasher Saeed Mian | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1988Dissertation note: Abstract Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0137,T] (1).

40. Haematology And Serum Electrolytes (Na,K) Patterns Of New Castle Disease In Layer Chicks

by Ghulam Abbas | Dr. Tufail Muhammad Khan | Muhmmad | Zafar Iqbal Chaudhry | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1990Dissertation note: Abstract Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0138,T] (1).

41. Comparative Efficacy Of Casoni Skin Test, Indirect Haemagglutination And Double Diffusion Tests For The Detection Of Hydatidosis In Goats

by Azam Mahmood | Prof. Dr. Tufail Muhammad Khan | Dr. Manzoor Ahmad Basraa | Dr. Muhammad | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1991Dissertation note: Abstract Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0149,T] (1).

42. Bacteriological Studies On Milk With Particular Reference To Public Health

by Amin, Sh.M | Dr. M. Ajmal | Dr. Abrar Hussain Gilani | Mr. Riaz | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1973Dissertation note: Abstract Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0164,T] (1).

43. Prevalence Of G.Ilt. Namatodes In P:Heasants At Lahore Zoo/Jallo Wildlife Park & Its Chemotherapy With Oxfendazole (Oxafax) & Febental [Rintal]

by Makhdoom Najaf, Muftee | Muhammed Sarwer Khan | Dr. Muhammad Ashraf | Muhammed | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1993Dissertation note: This experiment was conducted to find out that efficacy of various anthelmintics in birds (Pheasants) for the treatment of Ascaridia, Heteraki and Trichostrungylus. Thirty six pheasants naturally infected were selected for study. They were divided into 3 groups that in A, B & C. The anthelmintics used were Rintal and Oxafax. They were given to Group A, B respectively. Group C was considered as control to know the increase in the number of eggs per gm. of feces during the experimental period, showing the increase as 2375 and 2908 and 8.34% and 32.66% on third and seventh day of experiment. Fecal samples were obtained from pheasants owing to Punjab Wildlife Department, i.e. Lahore Zoo and Jallo Wildlife Park, Lahore brought to Medicine Lab., College of Veterinary Sciences Lahore of -rye samples were done: a. Before the administration of drugs. b. After 3rd day of treatment. c. After 7th day of treatment by using MC. Master technique. As regards the efficacy of the drugs, the Rintal was found highly effective and reduced 90.58 eggs per grams of feces, Oxafax reduced 82.42%. In addition to effectiveness, Rintal was also the cheapest, anthelinintic out of two. So Rintal was recommended for field use. It was observed thak incidence of infection (Ascaridia, Heterakis) in Lahore Zoo was 25% and incidence of infection in Jallo Wildlife Park was 23% overall incidence was 24%. In Lahore Zoo the prevalence was 60.11% for Ascaridia and for 1-leterakis 38.88% whereas in Jallo Wildlife Park, Lahore it was 65.21% for Ascaridia and for Heterakis 34.78% respectively. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0172,T] (1).

44. Bacterial Causes Of Pneumonia In Sheep

by Khadim Hussain, Ch | Dr . M . Ajmal | Mr . H . A | Nr . M . A . Majehd | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1972Dissertation note: Abstract Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0186,T] (1).

45. Morphological Abnormalities Of Spermatozoa In Pure Bred Friesian, Sahiwal Bulls And Friesian X Sahiwal

by Ahsan Rashad, M | Prof. Dr. Rashid Ahmad Ch | Dr. Imtiaz Hussain Khan | Dr. M. Akram | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1991Dissertation note: Of the 15 normal semen producing breeding bulls, five bulls from each of pure bred Sahiwal, Friesian and the cross-breds (Friesian X Sahiwal) of the same age group were selected. These bulls were maintained at Semen Production Unit, Qadirabad (Sahiwal) under similar conditions of housing, feeding and management. Two consecutive ejaculates once a week were collected. A total of 395 ejaculates were evaluated for various seminal characteristics, extended, processed and frozen during August, September and October, 1990. During these three months semen parameters like ejaculate volume, mass motility, percent motility and the doses produced per ejaculate declined with increase of ambient temperature and humidity. The second ejaculate (195) at each collection and for each bull was always taken for studying the sperm morphology. Two slides from each semen sample were prepared in 10% solution of Nigrosin stain. A total of 200 sperm cells were counted in each slide and average values for various morphological abnormalities of spermatozoa in each breed were studied. The sperm cell abnormalities were accounted for head (abnormal, detached), neck (poor attachment, abaxial attachment and fractured neck), thickened mid-piece, protoplasmic droplet (proximal, distal droplet) and tail (detached, coiled- tail-droplet-enclosed, coiled tail). The mean values of different breeds so obtained for different abnormalities during various months were analysed. The average values for head abnormalities for three breeds were 9.69 ± 1.88, 5.12 ± 060 and 1.56 ± 0.14% in Friesian, cross-bred and Sahiwal, respectively. These abnormalities were highest during August and September in Friesian bulls and lowest in Sahiwal bulls during October. The neck abnormalities were highest in cross-breds (4.44 ± 0.57%) and lowest in Sahiwal (1.67 ± 0.14%). However, the neck abnormalities were statistically similar during the months of August, September and October. Similar trend of mid-piece abnormality was observed between various breeds and months. Likewise the values of protoplasmic droplets were highest in cross breds (14.12 ± 1.19%) and lowest in Sahiwal (2.36 ± 0.30%). The tail abnormalities were the highest in cross-breds (3.47 ± 0.45%) and lowest in Sahiwal (0.87 ± 0.12%). Among various months the tail abnormalities, were statistically similar (P> 0.05). The total values of different sperm abnormalities wçre highest in cross-breds during August (30.93 ± 3.11%) and comparatively lower during September and October (28.66 ± 2.28 and 26.11 ± 2.63%), respectively. Except head abnormalities, all the other abnormalities of spermatozoa were statistically significant among breeds. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0206,T] (1).

46. Study & Comparative Efficacy Of Oral & Injectable Levamisole Against G.I.T. Nematodes In Cattle And Buffaloes

by Anwar Hayat Hanjra | Muhammed Sarwer Khan | Dr. Muhammad Ashraf | Muhammed | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1991Dissertation note: This project was designed to find out the incidence of gastrointestinal nematodes and to chalk out the comparative efficacy of Levamisole Hcl oral and Levamisole Hcl injectable (Anthelmin powder and injection) in young buffaloes and cattle upto two years of age at Lahore and adjacent areas. The therapeutic trials were conducted on both sexes of buffaloes and cattle having moderate to heavy infection. The efficacy was evaluated on the basis of reduction in EPG (eggs per gram of the faeces) by using MoMaster technique. Out of the total 300 faecal samples collected directly from the rectum of experimental animals, 128 were positive for G.I.T nematodes and incidence was found to be 42.66%. The eggs of different species of nematodes, as Neoscaris vitulorum, Haemonch, Cooperia, Ostertagia, Trichostrongylus etc. were identified from the faecal samples. It was observed that the incidence of G.I.T nematodes was 44.50% and 39.83% in buffaloes and cattle respectively. Out of the 128 positive animals ninety animals were selected for the drug trials and divided into three groups of thirty animal each i.e groups A, B and C. The anthelmin tic efficacy of Levamisol Hcl oral and Levamisol Hcl injectable against G.I.T. nernatodes was observed by administering the drug to group A and B respectively and group C was kept as non-medicated control. The efficacy was determined on basis of reduction in number of ova count discharged in faeces post medication. The percentage efficacy observed on 14th day was 96. 71% and 97. 80% in buffaloes and cattle respectively, for Levamisole Hcl oral. The efficacy was 98.62% and 98.29% in huffa1oe, and cattle respectively for Levamisole Hcl injectable. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0237,T] (1).

47. Comparative Study Of Acaricides (Ivermectin & Asuntol) For The Treatment Of Mange Mites In Sheep

by Allah Diwaya Khan | Muhammed Sarwer Khan | Dr. Muhammad Ashraf | Muhammed | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1991Dissertation note: Ectoparasites are major problem creaters in the smooth rearing of sheep. Ainongs the ectoparasites mange mites are of prime importance as 'they damage skin, hide and wool etc. In the present study Iverinectin and Asuntol were used for the treatment of mange mites. A single subcutaneous injection of Ivermeotin 1% at dose rate of 1 nil/adult gave a cure of 80% adjudged on day 14 post treatment. A single spray of 0.1% solution of Asuntol could eliminate the condition in 65% of the clinical cases. On the same day in the animals which were kept as control (untreated), no spontaneous recovery was noted rather the condition aggravated. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0238,T] (1).

48. Study Of Coccidiosis In Different Age Groups & Estimation Of Haemaglobin, Pcv And Total Proteins In Camels

by Ashfar-ur-Rehman | Muhammed Sarwer khan | Dr. Muhammad Ashraf | Mubasher | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print Publisher: 1991Dissertation note: The present study was conducted to find out the prevalence of coccidiosis in different age groups of camels and to estimate haemoglobin concentration, packed cell volume and total serum proteins in positive cases. For this purpose study was carried out on 300 animals of different age groups of camels (calves, young and adult) brought to Lahore abattoir for slaughtering during a period between June to August 1991. The investigation showed that out of 300 animals, 29 (9.66%) were positive for coocidiosis. It was also observed that infection rate was higher in calves (25.86%) than in young (5.62%) and adult camels (6.09%). The study also indicated that the prevalence of coccidiosis remained as in the month of June (8.42%), July (9.60%) end in August (11.25%). The present investigation revealed that an average haemoglobin concentration, packed cell volume and total serum protein were 9.2 ± 0..3g/100 ml, 35..27 ± 0.46% and 8.3 ± 1.0g/100 ml of positive animals respectively.. It was recorded that 19 animals showed decrease in haemoglobin, 6 showed increase in packed cell volume and 9 showed increase in total serum protein. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0246,T] (1).

49. Incidence Of Surra (Trypanasomiasis) & Estimation Of Blood Glucose Protein P.,C.V. Values In Camels Grought To Lahore Abbatoir

by Saleem Ahmad, S | Muhammed Sarwer Khan | Asif Rabbani | Dr. Muhammad Ashraf | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print Publisher: 1991Dissertation note: Trypanosomiasis in camels caused by T. evansi occurs in both acute and chronic forms. In chronic forms huge production loss occur, i.e lower milk and meat yields. The present study had been designed to find out the incidence of the disease and estimation of blood glucose ,P.C.V. and protein level , it will eventually lead to the control of Trypanosomiasis. For the incidence, blood samples were col- lected from Lahore abattoir and the presence of Trypa- nosome was confirmed by making smear from freshly collected blood samples from the ear vein.For the haematological study blood was collected from jugular vein in the glass tube . The values of protein , PC.V. and blood glucose was estimated by standard method. Out of 500 samples 24 were proved to be positive i.e 4.80 % sample were positive.Whereas in the month of July 1991 it comes 4.16 %,In the month of Aug. 91 estimated as 5.58 % and during Sept. 91 was estimated as 4.30 %. On examining the values of serum protein ,blood glucose and Packed Cell Volume ( P.C.V.) of the positive samples they showed slight increase in protein value ,decrease in glucose value and also reduction of P.C.V. values. Their mean values were calculated as 9.55 g/100 ml,29.07 mg/100 ml and 20.25 % respectively. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0247,T] (1).

50. Study On Various Seminal Characteristics Affected With Aging Phenomenon In Male Nili-Ravi Buffalo

by Mohsin Raza Naqvi, M | Prof. Dr. Rashid Ahmad Chaudhary | Dr. Nisar | Dr. Tayyab Rahil | Faculty of Veterinary Sciences.

Material type: book Book; Format: print ; Literary form: not fiction Publisher: 1991Dissertation note: The main aim of the present study was to observe the reproductive performance of Holstein-Friesian and Jersey cows, imported from USA, being maintained under the sub-tropical environmental conditions of the Punjab, and then to compare it with their respective local-born progenies. The influence of environmental factors on some parameters of reproductive performance had been studied in order to estimate the level of their adoptability towards local climatic conditions. The reproductive records of the normal breeding local-born Holstein-Friesian, imported Holstein-Friesian, local-born Jersey and imported Jersey cows were studied during 1985-1991. The outcome of the present study in respect of the following parameters of reproductive performance are summarized as below. 1) Local-born Holstein-Friesian and local-born Jersey heifers conceived for the first time at the age of 502.93±11.71 and 496.37±6.64 days. This shows that Holstein-Friesian heifers took 7 days more for their first conception, but this difference was found to be non-significant. 2) The average age at first calving for local-born Holstein- Friesian and Jersey heifers was 787.38±13.61 and 771.48±7.88 days respectively, while their respective dams calved in USA for the first time at the age of 822.46±10.63 and 800.51±8.43 days correspondingly. The data indicate that local-born Holstein-Friesian and Jersey heifers calved for the first time 35 and 29 days earlier than their dams. 3) The average number of services required per conception for local-born Holstein-Friesian, imported Holstein-Friesian, local- born Jersey and imported Jersey were 1.76±0.100, 1.87±0.089, 1.83±0.069 and 1.88±0.072 respectively, whereas the difference among the groups was found to be non-significant. Although the number of services required per conception increased with increasing parity but the difference was non-significant. 4) The service period for local-born Holstein-Friesian, imported Holstein-Friesian, local-born Jersey and imported Jersey averaged 161.48±14.45, 132.92±511, 100.99±4.63 and 107.03±2.77 days respectively. The local-born and imported Jersey cows conceived 60 and 26 days earlier after calving than their contemporary local-born and imported Holstein cows. Effect of season of calving on subsequent service period was not significant. 5) The average gestation periods of 278.65±0.78, 279.92±0.63, 279.26±0.51 and 277.49±0.36 days were found in local-born Hol- stein-Friesian, imported Holstein-Friesian, local-born Jersey and imported Jersey cows respectively. The data shows that imported Jersey cows carried their calves 1.16, 2.43 and 1.77 days less than the local-born Holstein-Friesian, imported Holstein-Friesian and local-born Jersey correspondingly. Moreover in all the genetic groups except local-born Holstein-Friesian, cows carrying male calves had longer gestation length than those carrying female calves. 6) The calving interval for local-born Holstein-Friesian, imported Holstein-Friesian, local-born Jersey and imported Jersey averaged 443.77±18.67, 415.66±5.09, 380.93±6.36 and 387.18±3.0 days respectively. The Jerseys showed significantly (P < 0.01) shorter calving interval than the Holsteins. The shortet calving interval in all the groups was seen after Winter calvings. Minimum calvings in each group occurred during Summer. The maximum calvings in local-born Holstein-Friesian and imported Holstein- Friesian cows were during winter; whereas in local-born Jersey and imported Jersey these were observed during Spring and winter in order of merit. 7) The 305-day milk production averaged 3643.29±121.26, 4114.40±115.96, 2194.52±57.25 and 3150.48±46.16 litres for local- born Holstein-Friesian, imported Holstein-Friesian, local-born Jersey and imported Jersey cows respectively. The results indicate that imported Holstein-Friesian and Jersey cows produced -significantly more milk than their respective local-born progenies. 8) The average dry period for local-born Holstein-Friesian, imported Holstein-Friesian, local-born Jersey and imported Jersey cows was 192.71±16.14, 191.07±13.11, 157.91±9.70 and 133.30±5.77 days respectively. The dry period in the local-born Holstein- Friesian and imported Holstein-Friesian was significantly (P < 0.05) higher than the local-born and imported Jersey cows. The findings of this study regarding most of reproductive traits indicate that both local-born and imported Jersey performed better than Holstein-Friesian cows under sub-tropical climatic conditions of Punjab. However local-born groups produced less 305 days milk than their imported dams. The production potential in the exotic herd can be increased by breeding the cows with semen of genetically superior sires, through intensive management and with more effective disease control programme. Availability: Items available for loan: UVAS Library [Call number: 0314,T] (1).



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