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Vol 7, No 1 (2000): Media Veteriner

The research was conducted for 12 months at three different locations of poultry farm at Kemang of Parung sub district, Bogor. The sites are about 10 km away from Bogor, surrounded by orchards or other trees and far enough of human dwelling. The influence of ambient temperature, humidity, monthly rainfall and number of rainy days were observed against the population of filth flies Musca domestica and Ophyra chalcogaster. Within a year the four climatic factors during wet and dry seasons were not significantly different (p>0.05), and the influence of climate was not distinct against the population of filth flies and parasitoid. However, the population of parasitoid was strongly correlated of filth flies (r=0.921).

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F .X. Koesharto, Susi Soviana, Etih Sudarnika
 
Vol 6, No 4 (1999): Media Veteriner

Three dimensional architecture of the sub epithelial connective tissue in the forestomach of the lesser mouse deer was studied by scanning electron microscopy after macerated with 10% NaOH. In general, the architecture of the connective tissue in the rumen and reticulum showed similar pattern, which was honeycomb like pattern. This pattern was observed in all portions of the forestomach. Primary wall bordered each cell of the honeycomb. Inside the cells there were some secondary or tertiary wall that connect to the primary ones. The primary wall in the rumen were leaflike shaped with narrow and irregular surface while those of the reticulum were low columnar shaped with convex surface. The honeycomb in the ruminal papillae showed similar pattern from the apical to the basal portion. On the contrary, cone-like primary wall without secondary or tertiary ones dominated the apical portion of the reticulum papillae. The sub epithelial connective tissue consisted of collagen fibers which were arranged and formed a network. The collagen fibers in the rumen were more densely distributed as compared to those of the reticulum. The differences observed may indicate a difference in function between the rumen and the reticulum in the digestive function of the lesser mouse deer.

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Savitri Novelina, Srihadi Agungpriyono, Yoshio Yamamoto, Chairun Nisa, Nabuo Kitamura, Junzo Yamada
 
No 1 (1978): Media Veteriner Pencemaran mercury dengan menentukan rantai makanannya pada hewan akuatik dengan menggunakan mercury radio aktif sebagai traser Abstract   PDF
Soewondo Djojosoebagio
 
Vol 4, No 2 (1997): Media Veteriner Pendekatan Metodologi Dalam Penelitian Metabolisme Pada Ruminansia Abstract   PDF
Djokowoerjo Sastradipradja
 
Vol 2, No 1 (1995): Media Veteriner Penggunaan Indirectenzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (Ind-Elisa) dalam Memantau Tingkat Infeksi Pseudomonas pseudomallei Subklinik pada Peternakan Babi Abstract   PDF
G R Moekti, G R Hirst
 
No 1 (1977): Media Veteriner Peninjauan penyakit lampung Abstract   PDF
Singgih H. Sigit, Sooprapto Soekardono
 
No 1 (1977): Media Veteriner Perlakuan terhadap semen beku dalam straw sebelum pemakaian lapangan di Indonesia Abstract   PDF
L.H. Sanjaya, M.R. Toelihere
 
Vol 4, No 2 (1997): Media Veteriner Portal Blood Flow Of Femgle Growing and Lactating Goats on Different Food Intakes Abstract   PDF
Djokowoerjo Sastradipradja, Dewi Apri Astuti, Harnowo Permadi, Pursani paridjo
 
Proceedings of The 5th Congress of Asian Association of Veterinary Anatomists (Asian AVA) 2015 Preface and Table of Contents Abstract   PDF
Asian AVA
 
Vol 5, No 2 (1998): Media Veteriner Prevalence of Salmonella sp. on Hatched Failure of Eggs and One Week's Duckling at the Hatchery Center for Alabio Duck in the District of Hulu Sungai Utara South Kalimantan Abstract   PDF
. Istiana
 
Vol 3, No 2 (1996): Media Veteriner Progesterone and Estradiol Profil In Ewes Injected With Prostaglandin (PGF,,) in Late Pregnancy Abstract   PDF
W. Manalu, M.Y. Sumaryadi
 
Vol 5, No 4 (1998): Media Veteriner Relation Between Encapsulation of Streptococci of Serological Group B and Adherence Properties of The Bacteria to Deae-Sephacel Abstract   PDF
Christoph Lammler, I Wayan Teguh Wibawan, Fachriyan H Pasaribu
 
Vol 6, No 4 (1999): Media Veteriner Sample of eggs, feed, rice grains and DOD taken from center for traditional hatcheries of Alabio ducks in Mamar Village District of Hulu Sungai Utara South Kalirnantan were examined for Aspergillus contamination. The result showed that @40% of hatched eggs, 25-50% of feed, 0% of rice grair\s and 032.86% of DOD was contamined The species of Aspergillus found in those materials were Aspergillus flavus (18 isolates), Aspergillus fumigatus (12 isolates), Aspergillus niger (9 isolates) and AspergiUus sp. (9 isolates). Aspergillus content in feed sample examined was in the range between 2.0 X 103 - 2.3 X 103 colonies/gram. Abstract   PDF
Bambang Ngaji Utomo
 
Vol 5, No 3 (1998): Media Veteriner Semen Production in Sambar Stag and Response to Oestrus Synchronization in Sambar Hind Abstract   PDF
Gono Semiadi, Paul David Muir, Thomas Neville Barry, Geoff Asher
 
Vol 2, No 1 (1995): Media Veteriner Sero-Epidemiological Studies of Trypanosoma in Cattle and Buffalo Using Card Agglutinationtest (CATT) in West Java, Indonesia Abstract   PDF
MP. Tampubolon
 
Proceedings of The 5th Congress of Asian Association of Veterinary Anatomists (Asian AVA) 2015 SL-01 Teaching Method and Current Research Interest in Veterinary Anatomy with Special Reference to Bogor Agricultural University Abstract   PDF
Tutik Wresdiyati
 
Proceedings of The 5th Congress of Asian Association of Veterinary Anatomists (Asian AVA) 2015 SL-02 Our Passion for the Morphological Education Ensures the Birth of the Capable Clinical Veterinarians and Morphologists Abstract
Motoki Sasaki
 
Proceedings of The 5th Congress of Asian Association of Veterinary Anatomists (Asian AVA) 2015 SL-04 Enriching Veterinary Anatomy Education and Research of Indonesia Through Diversity Abstract   PDF
Teguh Budipitojo, Adi Winarto
 
Proceedings of The 5th Congress of Asian Association of Veterinary Anatomists (Asian AVA) 2015 SL-07 Competency of Diploid Parthenogenesis Embryonic Stem Cell (pESC) for Cell Therapy Abstract   PDF
Arief Boediono
 
Vol 6, No 2 (1999): Media Veteriner Sperm motility is the main problem for honeybee's reproduction both in natural and in artificial insemination. Sperm produced only by sexually mature drone. Drone with high semen volumes can be seen by the external morphology like hairy in back and the existence of yellow stripes on their black abdomen. Semen samples were collected from the drone by the massage technique; these consist of massaging the abdomen of drone. This massage proceeded until penis and semen cream to yellow color, was produced. Semen taken out with spuit (3 ml) that contain a modification dilution media called "Kiev". Semen samples were collected; volume, abnormalities and motility were measured. The sexually mature drones were observed in 99.06% (213/215) drones with rare hair in back and 76.28% (164/215) with existence of the yellow stripes in the black abdomen. The color of sperm is yellowish white, which is different from mucous that is white. The average volume of semen samples from each drone is 1.11 μl. The average length of sperm is 217.57 μm (107.50-412.50 μm). The average length of sperm is 7,52 μm (5-1O μm). It's flipped tails, broken tails, double tails, and double heads with an average of 19.83%, 12.75%, 6.42%, and 2,25% respectively can determine abnormalities of the sperm. To conduct the artificial insemination, drone sperm should always be available. For this reason sperm should be preserved in an optimal condition storage temperature (5°C, 27 °c and 37°C) and glucose concentration (0%, 0,3%, 0,6%, and 0,9%) containing in the dilution media. This condition can be affecting the sperm motility. The highest motility is achieved when the sperm is kept in 0,9% glucose concentration and storage in 5 °C temperature. In this condition 0.19x106 sperm/ml can survive up to 36 hours. Moreover, the higher concentration of sperm motility up to 36 hours is achieved when sperm is kept in 5 Celsius temperature with different leves of glucose in dilution media. However statistically interaction between glucose concentration and temperature levels does not give significant affects. Abstract   PDF
Lea Tarliyah, Arief Boediono, Djoko Walujo
 
Vol 4, No 1 (1997): Media Veteriner Streptococcus agalactiae isolates FROM SUBCLINICAL MASTITIS CATTLE : I. In vitto phenotypic expression of isolates Abstract   PDF
Iwan H. Utama, Ninuk S. Rejeki, I Made Sukada, I Wayan T. Wibawan
 
Vol 5, No 2 (1998): Media Veteriner Study on the Application of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) in Dairy Cow Superovulated with Pregnant Mare Serum Gonadotropin - Monoclonal Antibody (PMSG-MoAb) Anti PMSG Abstract   PDF
Iman Supriatna, Tuty Laswardi Yusuf, Bambang Purwantara, Gozali Moekti, Lies Parede Hernomoadi
 
Vol 6, No 1 (1999): Media Veteriner The Application of Decomposting Microbes For Reduce Amonia and Hydrogen Sulfide Emission From The Piggeries in Bali Abstract   PDF
Ni Wajan Leestyawati palgunadi, Mirnawati Sudarwanto, Ida Bagus Arka, Eko Sugeng Pribadi
 
Vol 6, No 1 (1999): Media Veteriner The Detection of Taenia Saginata Cysticercus in Pigs and Cattle in Bali Using Elisa Method Abstract   PDF
Nyoman Sadra Dharmawan
 
Vol 3, No 1 (1996): Media Veteriner The Effect Of Feeding Concentrate On The Digestibility And N-Balanced Of Java Deer (Cervus timorensis) Abstract   PDF
W.R Farida, Wirdateti M.S.A. Zein
 
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