A SURVEY FOR BLOOD SERUM PROTEINS OF CASPIAN MINIATURE HORSE AND COMPARING WITH THOSE OF IRANIAN ARAB HORSE
A biochemical survey was conducted to provide a reference value for blood serum total protein and its different fractions of caspian miniature horses, and comparing with those of Iranian arab horse.
Total hemoglobin and absolute level of hemoglobin A, however, showed significant differences between age groups (p<0.05). Correlations between measured parameters were also determined.
A biochemical survey was conducted to provide a reference value of Miniature Caspian pony’s blood serum profess, and also comparing with those of Iranian Arab horse.
A new D blood group phenogroup consisting of the specificities adeo was observed in a stallion family of Caspian ponies from Iran. An additional six undescribed genetic variants were seen in a total of 82 […]
Research based on examination of the faunal remains (bones) from ancient sites in Turkmenistan and Persia and genetic marker analysis of blood from breeds of horses around the world have shown that the Turkoman and […]
Measures of genetic variation were near the average for domestic breeds with the Iranian sample slightly more variable. Caspian ponies had highest genetic similarity with other Arab type breeds and the two samples were more […]