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BIOCHEMICAL PROFILE OF MILK : A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HEALTH AND MASTITIC BUFFALOES

Article Id: ARCC3244 | Page : 30 - 33
Citation :- BIOCHEMICAL PROFILE OF MILK : A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HEALTH AND MASTITIC BUFFALOES.Indian Journal of Animal Research.2006.(40):30 - 33
Rajiv Singh*, B.K. Bansal, S.S. Randhawa and N.A. Sudhan*
Address : College of Veterinary Science, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana - 141 004, India

Abstract

A study carried out to compare the compositional quality of milk from healthy and mastitic
buffaloes revealed mean ± S.E. content of sodium, potassium, chloride, protein, lactose and
SNF in milk of healthy quarters as 40.00±1.19 mg/dl, 102.00±0.06 mg/dl, 0.126±0.006
per cent, 3.33±0.03 gm/dl, 5.92±0.01 gm/dl and 8.77±0.05 gm/dl, respectively. The milk
from clinically infected quarters showed 85.00, 36.50 and 10.51 per cent higher (P<0.01)
levels of sodium, chloride and protein; the actual values being 74±1.66 mg/dl, 0.172±0.012
per cent and 3.68±0.02 gm/dl, respectively. The levels of potassium (65.00±2.40 mg/dl),
lactose (3.80±0.02 gm/dl) and SNF (8.36±0.02 gm/dl) in milk from mastitic quarters revealed
significant (P0.01) decreas of 36.27, 35.81 and 4.67 per cent as compared to the corresponding
levels in milk from healthy buffaloes.

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