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Annals of Spiru Haret University – Veterinary Medicine
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  • FINDINGS IN CEPHALIC CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS CAUSED BY SECONDARY ORGANOPATHIES RESULTING FROM CANINE BABESIOSIS

    Sallay, Arpad; Bacescu, B; Bercaru, N; Condrut, R (2016)
    This paper aimed at describing the cephalic clinical manifestations brought about by the secondary organopathies resulting from babesiosis in 42 dogs that were examined and studied in the Medical Pathology Clinic of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Spiru Haret University and the Tiovet Centre for Diagnosis and Treatment in Bucharest. The dogs that were diagnosed with babesiosis had an indifferent facies, photophobia with xerophthalmia and slower palpebral reflexes, the conjunctival and gin...

    GROWTH PROCESS IN FEMALES QUAIL CHICKS MATHEMATICAL ASSISTED

    Parvu, Monica; Burlacu, R; Andronie, Ioana Cristina (2008)
    In order to work out a mathematical modelling,  the growth process on quail chicks was studied. The experiment used 55 one day-old quail chicks raised in cages, assigned to 5 randomized groups (one control and four experimental groups). The experimental period was of 42 days. The chicks received isocaloric diets with three levels of feeding (ad libitum, 90% and 80% of ad libitum) and three protein levels (according to the standard and lower with 5% and 10%). The growth energy and the growth s...

    ASPECTS OF PROTOZOA INFECTION IN DOGS AND CATS

    Coman, Sofia; Bacescu, B; Neagoe, Andreea (2016)
    Investigations were carried out during February 2006-January 2008 on a total of 153 dogs and 23 cats of different breeds and ages. The animals had diarrhoeic syndrome and were examined by coproscopy with Willis and Mc. Master methods. The incidence of infestation with Isospora sp. in puppies was 49.6%, of which 88.1% was recorded in puppies aged 1-3 months and 11.8% in puppies aged 4-6 months; in cats the frequency of infestation was 30.4% of which 71.4% in kittens aged 1-3 months and 28.5% i...

    REMARKS ON CEPHALIC CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS AS A RESULT OF MITRAL INSUFFICIENCY IN DOGS

    Sallay, Arpad; Badic, Elena Luiza (2008)
    Over February 2007-March 2008, 34 dogs of various breeds, aged between 10 and 14, were examined and studied. They had been diagnosed with mitral insufficiency. The aim of this paper is to reveal the correlation between the cephalic clinical manifestations (xerostomia, pharyngeal constriction, lingual changes, epiphora, the hyperaemia of the conjunctival mucous membrane and ceruminous hypersecretion with auricular hyperkeratosis) and the mitral insufficiency in dogs.  Xerostomia, pharyngeal co...

    THE BREEDING OF DAIRY SHEEP BY GENETIC MARKERS ASSESTED

    Parvu, Monica; Dinu, Cristina; Rebedea, Mariana; Ghita, Elena (2008)
    The investigation involved 66 Teleorman Black Head Tsigai sheep. The animals were monitored throughout their twelve controls determining the total amount of milk. The genetic markers considered by the investigation were the haemoglobin and transferrin. They were identified two genotypes (HbA/HbB and HbB/HbB) at the haemoglobin locus and eight genotypes at the transferrin locus.  The simultaneous analysis of the two studied markers reveals the superiority of the heterozygous sheep HbA HbB/TfMT...
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