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Studies on oestrogenic activity of some common fodders

By: Tiku, J L.
Publisher: Karnal NDRI 1964Subject(s): Dairy-ScienceDissertation note: M.Sc. Thesis Panjab University 1964 Razdan, M N Summary: Experiments were conducted to extract the oestrogenic material in the fodders by a standardized method and to assess their respective potencies in terms of micrograms of stilboestrol diporpionate per kg. of hay.Oestrogenic activity was assessed in cowpea, lucerne, and barseem hay. The order of activity is highest in barseem hay than in cowpea. Bioassay technique was employed using female immative mice (age 26 days) for asessing the oestrogenic activity. Uterine weight response was taken as the
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M.Sc. Thesis Panjab University 1964 Razdan, M N

Experiments were conducted to extract the oestrogenic material in the fodders by a standardized method and to assess their respective potencies in terms of micrograms of stilboestrol diporpionate per kg. of hay.Oestrogenic activity was assessed in cowpea, lucerne, and barseem hay. The order of activity is highest in barseem hay than in cowpea. Bioassay technique was employed using female immative mice (age 26 days) for asessing the oestrogenic activity. Uterine weight response was taken as the

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