Nili-Ravi

Nili-Ravi

one of the Murrah type of breeds of Indian buffalo; usually black, sometimes brown; wall eyes and white marks on head, legs and tail are common.
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The GI Law can protect various products including Hunza apricots, Charsadda/Peshawari chappal, Multani halwa, Sindhi Ajrak, Sargodha's kinno, Kasuri methi, Sindhri mango, Dir knives, Swat wild mushrooms, Nili-Ravi buffalo, Chaman grapes, Pashmina shawls, etc.
The law aims to protect local products and theft of intellectual property like Charsadda/Peshawari chappal, Hunza apricots, Multani halwa, Sindhi Ajrak, Sargodha's kinno, Kasuri methi, Sindhri mango, Dir knives, Swat wild mushrooms, Nili-Ravi buffalo, Chaman grapes, Pashmina shawls, etc.
The present study was conducted to determine the effect of seasonal and climatic variations on semen characteristics of Nili-Ravi buffalo breeding bulls in Sahiwal and Bahawalpur districts of Punjab, Pakistan.
The lactation yield of Nili-Ravi buffalo is associated well with others as this buffalo has more milk potential than other buffalo breeds of the world.
At international forum he presented his research work on Nili-Ravi buffalo bulls.
Haematological studies of Nili-Ravi buffaloes injected with recombinant bovine somatotropin.
This study was designed to find single nucleotide polymorphism (SNPs) in coding and non-coding region of PRKAA2 gene in Nili-Ravi and Kundi buffaloes.
In order to expand use of this technology, there is a need to further refine this protocol for buffalo breeds of commercial significance such as the Nili-Ravi buffalo of Pakistan.
A seven years old Nili-Ravi she buffalo in 3rd parity carrying full gestation period was presented with history of two limbs in birth canal and rupture of water bag before 8 hours.
Two consecutive ejaculates were collected from three Nili-Ravi buffalo bulls with artificial vagina for a period of three weeks (replicate).
The breed with best potential such as Sahiwal cow and Nili-Ravi buffalo are rarely found on the farms of small and middle-class farmers who contribute a bigger share of cattle-heads.