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No 1 (1978): Media Veteriner A comparison of effect ofo trypanosoma evansi adjuvant vaccines Abstract   PDF
E. Ryu, King Chang Shaey
Vol 5, No 2 (1998): Media Veteriner Aflatoxin Problems In Poultry Feed And Its Raw Materials In Indonesia Abstract   PDF
Sjamsul Bahri
Vol 3, No 2 (1996): Media Veteriner Blood Urea Nitrogen Constituent of Pregant Ewes Abstract   PDF
Isdoni Isdoni, Hera M., Aryani Sismin S.
Vol 8, No 1 (2001): Media Veteriner Comparative Microanatomy of The Local Goat and Sheep Pancreas Islets With a Special Reference to The Distribution and Relative Frequency of Glucagon Producing Cells Abstract   PDF
I Ketut Mudite Adnyane, Savitri Novelina, Dwi Kesuma Sari, Tutik Wresdiyati, Srihadi Agungpriyono
Vol 5, No 2 (1998): Media Veteriner Concentrate Supplementaion in Fattening Ration of Young Goat in Wamena, Irian Jaya Abstract   PDF
Wartika Rosa Farida
Vol 3, No 1 (1996): Media Veteriner Conception Rate In Ewes Having Different Number of Ovulating Follicle During The First Estrous Cycle After PGF2, Injection Abstract   PDF
M.Y Sumaryadi, Wasmen Manalu
Vol 4, No 2 (1997): Media Veteriner Effect Of Manure Input On Growth And Dry Matter Production of Napiergrass (Pennisetum purpureum Schumach) and Sorghum (Sorghum bicobr Moench) Abstract   PDF
Ambo Ako
Vol 3, No 1 (1996): Media Veteriner Fasciolasis Pada Domba dan Kambing di Rumah Potong Hewan Kotamadya Bogor Abstract   PDF
W. Winarsih, E. Estuningsih, A. Setiyono, E. Harlina
Vol 7, No 1 (2000): Media Veteriner Hemorrhagic Septicaemia In Alabio Ducks Infected With Pasteurella multocida By Various Routes Abstract   PDF
Wiwin Winarsih, Hermonoadi Huminto, Bibiana Widiyati Lay, Ramdani Ramdani
Vol 5, No 4 (1998): Media Veteriner Infection of Transmissible Gastroenteritis Virus in Pig Abstract   PDF
Indrawati Sendow
Vol 2, No 1 (1995): Media Veteriner Infeksi Dirofilaria pada Anjing Kajian Patologik Abstract   PDF
E. Handharyani, R Wulansari
Vol 3, No 1 (1996): Media Veteriner In Vitro Development Of Holstein And Japanese Black Breeds Embryo Abstract   PDF
A. Boediono, T. Suzuki
Vol 4, No 1 (1997): Media Veteriner Kasus Kolera Pada Itik Abstract   PDF
Wiwin Winarsih, Sugyo Hastowo, Bibiana W. Lay
No 1 (1977): Media Veteriner Kemungkinan adanya Q-Favor di Indonesia Abstract   PDF
Indrawati Rumawas, Winny Sandjaja
Vol 5, No 3 (1998): Media Veteriner Maturing Singly Versus in Groups on Ovine Oocyte Meiosis Abstract   PDF
Endang Tri Margawati
No 1 (1978): Media Veteriner Mengapa justru kerbau? Abstract   PDF
Mozes R. Toelihere
Vol 4, No 1 (1997): Media Veteriner Milkchecker, As An Alternative Tool To Detect Subclinical Mastitis Abstract   PDF
Mirnawati Sudarwanto
Vol 7, No 2 (2000): Media Veteriner Morphology and Histomorphometry of Testis And Epididymis of Kacang Goat (Capra sp.) and Local Sheep (Ovis sp.) Abstract   PDF
Citra Noviana, Arief Boediono, Tutik Wresdiyati
Vol 4, No 1 (1997): Media Veteriner Morphology Of The Gut Endocrine Cells In The Gastrointestinal Tract Of The Lesser Mouse Deer (Tragulus javanicus) Abstract   PDF
Srihadi Agungpriyono
Vol 5, No 4 (1998): Media Veteriner Native Virus Challenge Test Against Vaccinated Chickens With Commercial Active and Inactive IBD Vaccines Abstract   PDF
Retno Damajanti Soejoedono
Vol 4, No 2 (1997): Media Veteriner Neurogliosis in Foetal Cerebrum of Rat (Rattus norvegicus) Originated From Hypothyroid Mother Abstract   PDF
Koeswinarning Sigit
Vol 2, No 1 (1995): Media Veteriner Nilai Hematologi Rusa Sambar (Cervus unicolor) yang ditangkarkan Abstract   PDF
G. Semiadi, R Wilson, P. D. Muir, T. N. Barry
Vol 4, No 1 (1997): Media Veteriner Patah Tulang Radius Pada Seekor Kuda Poni Mini Muda Abstract   PDF
R. Soenarti, Sjahfri Sikar, Wirasmono Soekotjo
Vol 6, No 2 (1999): Media Veteriner

An experiment was carried out to ascertain the role of propionate on glucose synthesis using eight Brahman steers which were equipped with rumen and abomasal cannulae and fed a basal diet consisted of barley straw ad libitum, 150 g/head/d mineral mix and 500 ml molasses. In addition, 75 g urea dissolved in 1500 ml water was infused continuously to rumen to satisfy the requirement for rumen degradable nitrogen (RDN) using a peristaltic pump. Two animals served as control while the other six received, respectively, 100, 150, 200, 250, 400, and 500 g/h/d sodium propionate which were dissolved in urea. Following three weeks adaptation period, an indwelling catheter was inserted into both sides of jugular veins and about 24 hour latter each animal received a bolus injection of 0.3 mCi 2_3H glucose via one of their jugular vein catheter. Blood samples were withdrawn from the other side of the catether at intervals of 30,60, 120, 180, 240, 300 and 360 minutes starting at the onset of 2_3H glucose administration. These samples were then assayed to allow a calculation of glucose entry rate (GER) assuming that the decay of specific radioactivity of 2_3H glucose followed a first order kinetic. The conversion efficiency of propionate to glucose synthesis was calculated by the difference between the increment of GER and the amount of propionate infused. The results showed that propionate infusion was associated with increased glucose entry and utilisation. The highest level of propionate infusion doubled the GER over that of control animals. This suggests that substantial amount of propionate had been converted into glucose. However, the increment in GER could not be accounted fully from the amount of propionate infused suggesting that the endogenous glucose entry varied markedly between animals. The conversion efficiency of propionate to glucose in this experiment ranged from -0.9 to 1.22.

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Hendrawan Soetanto
Vol 6, No 1 (1999): Media Veteriner

Forty healthy and non-pregnant Fries Holland dairy cows which had received oestrus synchronization were divided randomly into four experimental groups. Artificial inseminations (AI) were implemented 8-10 hours post estrous using frozen semen from the same breed. The first three groups were injected with 100, 150 and 200 mg medroxy progesterone acetate (MPA) i.m., respectively, three days post AI, while the other group was injected with placebo as control group. Madura cattle embryos were transfered contralaterally seven days post AI. The percentage of pregnancy in groups which had received 100 and 150 mg MPA was 37.5%r, and in group received 200 mg MPA and control was 55.6%, and 60%, (P>0.05), respectively. Calving percentages of the 100, 150, 200 mg MPA and the control groups were 25,37.5,55.6 and 60% respectively (P>0.05). All birth gave single calve.

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Imam Mustofa, Laba Mahaputra, Pudji Srianto, Suzanita Utama
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