HISTOCHEMICAL STUDY OF PROSTATE GLAND IN UNCASTRATED AND CASTRATED CATTLE

Article Id: ARCC3196 | Page : 141 - 143
Citation :- HISTOCHEMICAL STUDY OF PROSTATE GLAND IN UNCASTRATED AND CASTRATED CATTLE.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2007.(41):141 - 143
N.S. Bhosle, R.K. Shingatgire and P.I. Kapadnis
Address : College of Veterinary Sciences, MAFSU, Parbhani - 431 402, India

Abstract

For the present study prostate gland were obtained from twenty eight bull of Deoni breed
and other non-descript breeds. PAS reaction was intense, glycogen granules, acid and neutral
mucopolysaccharides, amyloids, lipid granules were moderate, nuclei were reactive for feulgen
reaction and alkaline phosphatae activity was mild in bull. However, neutral acid
mucopolysaccharides at corpora amylacea were intense. Acid mucopolysaccharide was mild.
Feulgen reaction was intense and the alkaline phosphatage activity was reduced in castrated
male.

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