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Articles by M.S. Mazumder
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.S. Mazumder
  Kh.N. Islam , M.Z. I. Khan , M.N. Islam , A. Ahad and M.S. Mazumder
  The light microscopic structure of the ureter of RIR and WLH chicken of Bangladesh has been analyzed as histologically in the present study. Based on the histological architecture, the ureteral wall were clearly identified into three layers; mucosa, muscularis and adventitia. The lumen was roughly circular in cross section in both types of genetic groups. The histological features of the mucosa, muscularis and adventitia were remained same in different developmental stages. The epithelial wall of the ureter consists of a tall pseudo-stratified columnar epithelium in the cranial part through the middle part of the ureter which were transformed into transitional epithelium in the caudal part of the ureter in both Rhode Island Red (RIR) and White Leghorn (WLH) chicken. The presence of collagen and elastic fibers were observed in the lamina propria of the ureter. However, the population of lymphatic tissue in the lamina propria was greater in RIR rather than WLH chicken. The mucosal folds were very clear and more in RIR than WLH chicken. These differences did not depend on the developmental stages but depend on the genetic variation of the chicken
  A.T.M.M-E-Elahi , S. Habib , M.S. Mazumder , M.I. Hossain and P.S. Bhattacharjee
  Hypothetical remarks about the resistance of local native Bangladeshi chickens were compared with an exotic breed like Fayoumi towards Gumboro disease. A reserve experimental result was obtained with increased susceptibility of the locals than the exotics. Poor bursal enlargement along with the absence of many post-mortem lesions and peculiar hepatomegally were notable post-mortem lesions in locals. Maternal antibody attains a zero level as detected at 19 days of age by agar gel precipitation test. Materiality in locals 46% and exotic 38% was encountered in both the breeds following challenge with a virulent field isolate of Gumboro disease virus. Onset of morbidity proceeded in the locals. A spiking death curve was observed in both the breeds. Mortality started since day 2 following challenge and continued till day 5 except in the locals, where it ended on day 3 post challenge. It is assumed that changes in the method of feeding and rearing may act as natural stress affecting the cell-mediated immunity related to genetics and perhaps rendered them more susceptible.
 
 
 
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