periparturient

periparturient


periparturient rise
the phenomenon of increase in number of nematode eggs produced by ewes and sows in the period 4 to 8 weeks after parturition. A reduction in the resistance of the dam permits greater establishment and fecundity of the worms.
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Sub-optimum Ca homeostasis increases the risk of periparturient problems such as dystocia, retained placenta (RP), metritis, mastitis (Mulligan et al.
Normally animal body is at equilibrium and ROS production and destruction continues but at periparturient period animal has to face the increased oxidative stress due to decreased capacity of the antioxidant system to remove ROS (Bernabucci et al.
The importance of the oxidative status of dairy cattle in the periparturient period: revisiting antioxidant supplementation.
Influence of periparturient and postpartum diets on rumen methanogen communities in three breeds of primiparous dairy cows.
Effect of oral administration of propylene glycol during periparturient period on blood biochemical parameters and liver triacylglicerol accumulation in postparturient dairy cows.
Relationships between crude protein and mineral concentrations in alfalfa and value of alfalfa silage as a mineral source for periparturient cows.
The Changes of Metabolic Status and Lactation Performance in Dairy Cows Under Feeding TMR With Glycerin (Glycerol) Supplement at Periparturient Period.
Concentrations of nonesterified fatty acids and glucose in blood of periparturient dairy cows are indicative of pregnancy success at first insemination.
Nutrition, age, heredity, body condition score (BCS), management and energy imbalance as various risk factors are possible causes of NEB, periparturient fatty liver and ketosis (Drackley, 1999; Bobe et al.
Sordillo, "Selenium-dependent regulation of oxidative stress and immunity in periparturient dairy cattle," Veterinary Medicine International, vol.
2), which serve as a suppressor of the periparturient synthesis of milk components (e.