Standard operating procedure of Chromosomal Identification for Domestic Animals

Article Id: BKAP67 | Page : 295-299
Citation :- Standard operating procedure of Chromosomal Identification for Domestic Animals .Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Patrika.2017.(32):295-299

Tilak Ram, Sandeep Rahangdale, Ravi Raj, Ajit Pratap Singh, Dharmendra Kumar, Kajal Jadhav, Bikash Chandra Sarkhel and Suvendra Nath Bagchi

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Animal Biotechnolgy Centre Nanaji Deshmukh Veterinary Science University, Jabalpur (M.P.)


Chromosome word is originanated from greek word which means chroma for color and body for soma.  Scientist community gave the hypothesis  because  chromosome is part of cell, which is seen after staining with colored stain chromosome is thread like sturucture which is located in neucleus of human, animal and plant cells. Each chromosome is made up of proteins and DNA molecules which is inherited from the parents. DNA contain specific information which made it unique from each other, this chromosome is trasmitted as it is in cell division from one parent to another daughter cells. During the cell division sometimes changes oocure in their  number and structures, which causes some genetical disorder. In this study we have collected the tissue sample from animal slaughter house Jabalpur and department of surgury NDVSU Jabalpur.  After that we developed the cell line  for chromosomal analysis to check any genetical disorder of three domestic animal including goat , cat and buffalo . We found there is no any  genetical disorder and they are genetically fit. This study can be used for ecnomically benificial animals to check there genetic health.




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