N.S. Bhosle's research while affiliated with College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bikaner and other places

Publications (29)

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Comparative histology of the caecum of adult cattle,sheep and goat was studied. Caecum of all three animals consisted of four layers namely tunica mucosa, tela submucosa,tunica muscularis and tunica serisa. Intestinal glands were mostly located at base region of tunica mucosa. In caecum of goat mucus secreting intestional glands were present in the...
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In Group-I (0-3 m) the sweat glands were deeply located in dermis. The secretory were lined by cuboidal cells. The long excretory duct opened into the neck of the wool follicle above the opening of sebaceous gland. Type I glands showed secretory cells with simple low cubodial epithelium. Type II sweat glands presented secretory cells of high cuboid...
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For the present study bulbourethral glands were obtained from 28 castrated and uncastrated cattle of Deoni breed and other non-descript breeds. The glycogen activity was intensely positive, acid muco-polysaccharides and amyloid reaction were intense to moderate, the epithelial lining of the alveoli showed mild to moderate alkaline phosphates activi...
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The present study was conducted on six abomasums in sheep. The epithelium were changed from stratified squamous to simple tall columnar in the cardiac region at apex of mucosal fold. The glandular epithelium of abomasums were divided into three zones as cardiac, fundic and pyloric region. The network of fibers were observed in the lamina propria an...
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The present study was conducted on 15 female red kandhari cattle. The animals were grouped as lactating, non-lactating and pregnant cows. The hair follicles were distributed evenly in the dermis and composed of an outer root sheath, inner root sheath, cuticle, cortex and medulla. The hair follicles were frequently encircled by sebaceous glands Red...
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The present study was conducted on 15(fifteen) female red kandhari breed of cattle. Epidermis was the outermost layer of the skin and composed of four layers viz stratum corneum, strantum granulosum, stratum spinosum and stratum basale. The melanocytes were more in number in lactating cow as compared with a non lactating and pregnant cow. Majority...
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Histological observations on bulbourethral glands in uncasterated and casterated cattle is described.
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The present investigation revealed that the prostate in uncastrated cattle was covered by thick fibrous capsule composed of coarse collagen and few elastic and smooth muscle fibres. The mucous alveoli were lined by tall columnar epithelium. The maximum diameter of the serous alveoli was ranged from 32 to 88 μ. In the castrated cattle the glandular...
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Histological observations on the skin of Osmanabadi goats is described.
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Follicle characteristics of goat skin were studied. Two types of hair follicles were present. Primary hair follicles were arranged in group of 3 which was associated with 3 to 5 secondary hair follicles. The secondary hair follicles were deeply located in the dermis and associated with sebaceous glands only. The total number of hair follicles range...
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Two types of sweat glands depending upon the histology and secretory activity were classified. Type-I was characterised by low cuboidal epithelium with narrow lumen and type-II was found with high cuboidal cells with large supranuclear space and wide lumen.
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The study on epidermal thickness was conducted on 60 Deoni cattle of both sexes in different age groups and seasons. The stratum corneum and epidermis was thicker in males. It was increasing significantly with the advancement of age. There were significant variations in thickness of stratum corneum and epidermis between the summer and winter season...
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The data on sweat gland density and depth was obtained from each of 60 male and female Deoni cattle, studied in different seasons and age groups. Greater density was found in summer. The male calves showed higher density than female ones. The sweat glands were located superficial in summer. The depth was found higher in male animals. There was redu...
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The effect of age and season on the sweat gland morphology was studied in the back region of Deoni cattle. The length, diameter and volume increased while shape of the gland decreased with the advancement of age. There was a significant change in the shape ratio of the gland in summer and winter.
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Hair coat offers insulation and creates microclimate around the animal (Jenkinson, 1972). Bhayani et al. (1989) in Kankrej and Bhayani and Vyas (1991) in Gir cattle measured the hair follicle characters. The present study gives information on the regional variation in the hair follicle characters in normal and castrated Red Kandhari cattle.
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The soft and pliable skin is better for unloading body heat in animals (Findlay, 1950). The thickness of skin has been described by Dowling (1955) and Pan (1962) in cattle, Bhayani et al. (1989) in Kankrej cattle and Bhayani and Vyas (1990) in Gir cattle. Attempts are made to know the effect of castration on skin thickness in Red Kandhari cattle an...
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The hair follicle characterstics viz., outer, inner and stubble diameter and depth of hair fibers were studied in mid-biopsy in summer, rainy and winter seasons of to 1/2 to 3 1/2 and 4 to 6 years old male and female Deoni cattle. The hair follicles were encircled by two sebaecous glands in dermis and were accompanied by sweat gland and arrector pi...
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The micrometry of thyroid glands was studied in each of six pre-pubertal, pubertal and castrated cattle. The length of thyroid follicles was increased while the height of lining epithelium and thickness of interfollicular stroma was significantly reduced from prepubertal to castrated cattle. There was a linear increase in the number of follicular c...
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The study was conducted to record the pattern of distribution of connective tissue fibers in the skin of male and female Deoni cattle in summer, rainy and winter at 0 to 1/2, 21/2 to 31/2 and 4 to 6 years of age. The collagen and elastic fibers were finely branched in young animals, and which became thick and coarse in the adults. The reticular fib...
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General histology of the isthmus has been studied (Surface, 1912 ; Bradley, 1960 and Dellman, 1993) in birds and Sharma and Duda (1987) in common Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos). The egg shell formation is initiated in the isthmus and the composition of isthmal tissue influences the quality of shell produced within them (Simkiss and Taylor, 1971).The...
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The histology of the infundibulum in RIR birds at 16th, and 20-24 weeks of age were studied. The mucosa was thrown into primary, secondary and tertiary folds and presented three types of cell viz. ciliate colummar, goblet and bassal cell. The hight of lining epithelium, number of the goblet cells, diameters of the goblet and basal cell nucleus, inf...
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Histology of the epididymis has been widely studied by Goyal and Dingra (1975) and Abdou et al.. (1985) in buffaloes and Dellmann and Wrobel (1981) in ruminants. Very meagre information on the histology of the cauda epididymis in calves and adult buffaloes initiated the present study.
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Information available on the effect of age on the morphometry of avian oviduct is meagre. The present study and the results are presented in this paper to fill this gap.
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Histoarchitecture of the epididymis has been studied (Goyal and Dhingra, 1974, Abdou et al. , 1985 and Goyal, 1985) in buffaloes. Only Chandrapal and Bhardwaj (1986, 1989) had reported on the histological features of the caput and corpus epididymis in buffalo calves and adult buffaloes in detail. To substitute for meagre information available on th...
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For the present study fifteen female Red Kandhari cattle were used. The skin of the Red Kandhari cow consisted of epidermis, dermis and hypodermis. The dermis was enmeshed with collagen, elastic and reticular fibers. The collagen fibers were found thick, coarse and irregularly distributed in all the three body regions. These fibers were loosely arr...
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The present study was conducted on 24 Deccani sheep. The animals were grouped into four groups as 0-3 months age, 4-6 months age 7 to 9 months age and 10-12 months age. Crimp and kemp wool follicles were observed in all groups. Presence of medulla in the kemp wool follicles and its absence in the crimp wool follicles. INTRODUCTION The quality of wo...

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... Menurut Ross et al. (1995), sekreta yang dihasilkan kelenjar asesoris kelamin jantan mengandung kationkation, bufer (larutan penyangga), ion bikarbonat, asam amino bebas, asam lemak, vitamin, enzim, dan karbohidrat kompleks. Bhosle et al. (2007) menyatakan komponen senyawa pembentuk sekreta kelenjar prostat dapat diketahui dengan metode pewarnaan PAS. Intensitas reaksi pewarnaan menunjukkan keberadaan granul glikogen, mukopolisakarida netral, amiloid, dan granul lipid. ...
... Banks [22] observed similar lining epithelium with mostly clubshaped branched folds upto secondary branching. Naragude et al. [23] reported simple columnar epithelium equally populated with ciliated and nonciliated cells and three types of folds viz primary, secondary and tertiary in NN birds at 16th week of age. Whereas, Lucy and Harshan [24] observed that infundibulum with low primary mucosal folds lined by simple columnar epithelium in quail. ...
... Between the basement membrane and secretory cells, myoepithelial cells were present. The lumen of the ducts were narrow and lined by simple cuboidal epithelium as reported by Hafez et al. (1955) in buffalo and Cattle, Goldsberry and Calhoun (1959) and Govindaiah et al. (1980) in cattle, Dowling and Nay (1962) in camel, Lyne and Holis (1969) and Bhayani et al. (2004) Mandage et al. (2009) in Sheep, Razvi et al. (2013) in goat and Debbarma et al. (2018) in buffalo. Depending upon their stage of secretory activity, the glandular epithelium was simple squamous, simple cuboidal or low columnar type as reported by Dellmann (1993). ...
... The thyroid follicles were found to be of various sizes and shapes in Assam goats as also observed in buffalo (Roy and Yadava, loc. cit.), rhino (Talukdar and Bordoloi loc cit.) and cattle (Sanap et al., 2001). Further, the small sized follicles were observed nearer to the capsule and large follicles were found towards the centre of the gland as noticed in the work were also demonstrated in buffalo (Roy and Yadava loc cit.). ...
... The dermis was composed of collagen, elastic, reticular fibers, cells of connective tissue, blood vessels, nerves, hair follicles, sweat glands, sebaceous glands and arrector pili muscles in all body regions in Gr I as well as in Gr II. These observations of the present study are in accordance with the findings reported by Dellmann and Eurell (1998) in domestic animals, Mugale (2001) in cattle, Mandage (2003) in sheep and Kapadnis (2004) in goat. ...
... Mostly the primary folds were observed which were tall and broader but occasionally secondary folds were also seen in the birds from 8 weeks onwards. Similar type of foldings were observed in Punjab white quail (Bansal et al., 2010), in Aseel and RIR birds (Lata, 2007), in chicken (Bharti and Gautam, 2013) and in RIR birds (Naragude et al., 1999). Mucosal folds of magnum in Punjab white quail was measured in 8 weeks, 12 weeks, 16 weeks, 20 weeks, 24 weeks, 28 weeks and 32 weeks as 1318.04 ± 18.73 m, 1436.59 ± 12.48 m, 1482.61 ± 11.39 m, 1543.38 ± 15.04 m, 1592.81 ± 19.77 m, 1636.57 ...
... The dermis was composed of collagen, elastic, reticular fibers, cells of connective tissue, blood vessels, nerves, hair follicles, sweat glands, sebaceous glands and arrector pili muscles in all body regions in Gr I as well as in Gr II. These observations of the present study are in accordance with the findings reported by Dellmann and Eurell (1998) in domestic animals, Mugale (2001) in cattle, Mandage (2003) in sheep and Kapadnis (2004) in goat. ...
... The epithelium of epididymal tubules showed mild and moderate reactions in younger and older goats, respectively. Gayake et al. (1997) observed that the alveoli and ducts of the caput and corpus epididymis showed mild and moderate PAS reaction for glycogen in calves and adult buffaloes, respectively. On the contrary, Viotto et al. (1988) reported that the tubular epithelial cells of the caput epididymis exhibited more strong PAS reaction as compared to that of corpus and cauda in cat and it was suggested that the main secretion of neutral and acidic mucopolysaccharides stroma of the epididymis showed a weak reaction for acidic mucopolysaccharides in all the ages. ...
... However, sperm cells were noticed in the lumina of the epididymal tubules only at 8 months of age in Madras Red rams as reported by Naidu and Pattabiraman (2001). Again, Gayake et al. (1999) reported the presence of spermatozoa in the epididymal tubules in pubertal buffalo calves. ...
... Heifers presented a higher number of sweat glands per cm 2 skin than cows (P = 0.023) ( Table 1). Similar results were found by Mugale & Bhosle (2002) in Deoni breed cattle. A reduction in the density of sweat glands from heifers to cows occurred because of the expansion of the skin during growth and development of the animal as age advanced. ...