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Articles by A. S. M. Bari
Total Records ( 2 ) for A. S. M. Bari
  M. M. Rahman , A. S. M. Bari , M. Giasuddin , M. R. Islam , J. Alam , G. C. Sil and M. M. Rahman
  An attempt has been undertaken to evaluate the humoral immunity against Newcastle disease in vaccinated chickens. Two different vaccination schedules were followed in 4000 Bovans White chickens (2000 in each treatment) with the history of ND vaccination in parent stock. The mean HI antibody titres of control groups of Treatment-1 and Treatment-2 revealed day-1 (285.51 and 289.43), day-5 (145.74 and 143.78), day-10 (73.58 and 71.47), day-15 (34.44 and 34.52) and day-20 (18.65 and 17.14) respectively. Birds of treatment-1 were vaccinated at 10 and 24 days old with live ND clone-30 vaccine and at 31 (half dose) and 120 (full dose) days old with oil adjuvant inactivated vaccine. Birds of treatment-2 were vaccinated at 10, 24 and 60 days old with live ND clone-30 vaccine and at 120 days old with oil adjuvant inactivated vaccine (full dose). The mean HI antibody titres for vaccinated groups of Treatment-1 and Treatment-2 revealed at day-10 (69.71 and 70.39), day-24 (19.73 and 24.34), day-31 (57.85 and 53.72), day-60 (251.52 and 76.34), day-120 (50.30 and 26.28) and day-150 (442.71 and 371.80) respectively. Vaccination program used in Treatment-1 gave better humoral immune response than in Treatment-2.
  M. M. Rahman , P. M. Das , A. S. M. Bari , M. R. Islam and M. M. Rahman
  A pathological investigation was carried out at three different broiler farms around the Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh from day-old chicks up to marketing. The diseases were diagnosed both grossly and microscopically as aspergillosis, salmonellosis, choline deficiency, yolk sac infection, mycoplasma-colibacillosis complex, hydropericardium hepatitis syndrome, infectious bursal disease and pneumonia, with the case fatality rate of 77.97, 73.91, 66.67, 56.25, 50.00, 36.36, 33.33 and 18.57%, respectively. In farm no. 1, yolk sac infection, mycoplasmosis-colibacillosis complex and infectious bursal disease were diagnosed pathologically, with the morbidity and mortality rate of 2.00, 1.50, 2.25, 1.25, 1.00 and 0.50%, respectively. In farm no. 2, yolk sac infection, salmonellosis, aspergillosis, infectious bursal disease, mycoplasmosis-colibacillosis complex, hydropericardium hepatitis syndrom, pneumonia and choline deficiency were confirmed both grossly and microscopically, their morbidity and mortality rate were 1.11, 5.10, 12.00, 0.44, 0.88, 2.67, 0.67, 0.67, 0.44, 3.75, 10.00, 0.44, 0.22, 0.88, 0.22 and 0.44%, respectively. In farm no. 3, pneumonia, yolk sac infection, mycoplasmosis-colibacillosis complex, aspergillosis and hydropericardium hepatitis syndrome were diagnosed by gross and microscopic examination, their morbidity and mortality rate were 0.87, 0.65, 1.96, 1.08, 4.56, 0.22, 0.22, 1.09, 0.22 and 1.74%, respectively. The findings indicate that aspergillosis is the major disease problem in broiler farming in Mymensingh.
 
 
 
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