Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 41 issue 1 (march 2007) : 16 - 20

EFFECT OF BILATERAL ADRENALECTOMY ON METABOLISM OF CALCIUM, MAGNESIUM AND PHOSPHORUS IN BLACK BENGAL GOAT

K. Das, P.K. Das1, B.C. Das2, S. Sanyal, P.R. Ghosh, P. Asaithambi
1Department of Veterinary Physiology, WBUAFS, 37, K B Sarani, Kolkata - 700 037, India
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Cite article:- Das K., Das1 P.K., Das2 B.C., Sanyal S., Ghosh P.R., Asaithambi P. (2023). EFFECT OF BILATERAL ADRENALECTOMY ON METABOLISM OF CALCIUM, MAGNESIUM AND PHOSPHORUS IN BLACK BENGAL GOAT. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 41(1): 16 - 20. doi: .
Calcium, Magnesium and Phosphorus level were studied in bilateral adrenalectomized (BADX)
goat to see the role of adrenal hormones in metabolism of those said minerals. Initially Ca level
reduced significantly (P0.01) and thereafter aproaching towards normal value but overall
decreasing trend was found. Magnesium had the similar trend like Ca but later stages increased
in erratic fashion. Phosphorus initially decreased (P
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