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Buletin Veteriner Udayana
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ISSN (Print) 2085-2495 - ISSN (Online) 2477-2712
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  • HISTOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF INTESTINAL TENUE OF THE ETAWAH CROSS BREED GOATS

    • Authors: I Made Wima Cahyadi, Ni Ketut Suwiti, Putu Suastika
      Pages: 1 - 9
      Abstract: The aim of this research was to determine the histological and morphometry structure of the intestine tenue of Etawah crossbreed. The small intestine samples were taken from sixteen young and adult female and male etawah crossbreed, and then hististological preparations were made with the Harris-Hematoksilin Eosin (HE) method. The results showed the histological structure of the small intestine distinguished from the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum. Composed of four layers: the tunica mucosa is the thickest, submucosa, muscularis, and the thinnest is the tunica serous. The jejunal muscular tunica is thicker than the submucous tunica. Tunica mucosa consists of villi, absorptive cells, goblet cells, paneth cells, lamina propria, intestinal glands, and mucosal muscular lamina. In the tunica muscularis, smooth muscles were arranged in a circle on the inside and elongated outside, while tunica serosa was formed by loose connective tissue. In the tunica submucosa of the duodenum was found the brunner gland, the ileum was found peyer patches, whereas in the jejunum are found loose connective tissue and blood vessels.
      PubDate: 2021-02-25
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p01
       
  • STUDY OF SUB ACUTE TOXICITY OF BALI GRAPES ETHANOL EXTRACT IN WISTAR RATS

    • Authors: Luh Made Sudimartini, I Wayan Nico Fajar Gunawan, I Wayan Wirata, I Made Kardena, Anak Agung Gde Oka Darmayudha, Amelia Avianti Saritjang
      Pages: 10 - 14
      Abstract: Bali grapes are a source of antioxidants with high flavonoids and anthocyanins, which have many health benefits such as lowering cholesterol and anti-cancer, inhibiting aging, and protecting the heart. Many people consume Balinese grapes by eating directly, drink in the form of juice or extract form because of its benefits. The purpose of this study was to determine the sub-acute toxicity of the ethanol extract of bali grapes (Vitis vinera cv. Alphonso lavelle) to changes in SGOT and SGPT of male Wistar rat liver. This test includes a sub-acute toxicity test and a pharmacological effect test. This research is an experimental study with a completely randomized design using a post-test-only control group design. The number of white rats used in this study were 24 rats, which were divided into four groups of control groups, groups of mice given ethanol extract of bali grapes 0.3 g / ml/kg BW (P1), groups of mice given ethanol extract of grapes bali 3 g / ml/kg BW (P2), and the group of rats that were given 30 g / ml kg BW (P3) of ethanol extract of bali grapes. Each group consisted of 6 white male rats. In this study, the grape ethanol extract was presented orally once per day for 28 days. After 28 days of treatment, Wistar rats were euthanized, and blood samples were taken through Chantus Medial Orbitalis and then put into non-EDTA tubes. The blood sample that has been centrifuged and becomes serum is then inserted into the Eppendorf tube, which is used to test the levels of SGOT and SGPT. The results of the One-Way ANOVA analysis on SGPT levels in the liver of rats showed a significant difference (P <0.05), so that further analysis was necessary using the Duncan-test. Based on the results of the analysis using the Duncan Test, changes occurred in the P3 treatment group of rats given the ethanol extract of Bali grapes at a dose of 30 g / ml/kg BW, which was significantly different from the control treatment group (P0) so that the mixture of these materials was included in the class of materials that were practically non-toxic.
      PubDate: 2021-02-25
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p02
       
  • ADDITION OF BETAINE IN DRINKING WATER REDUCE MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY OF
           BROILER

    • Authors: Roby Rohmandhani, Ida Bagus Komang Ardana, Hamong Suharsono
      Pages: 15 - 20
      Abstract: Heat stress in broiler can trigger the emergence of various diseases, affect immune function, increased morbidity and mortality rates. This study aims to determine the effect of betaine with different doses in drinking water on morbidity and mortality. The sample of this study amounted to 1,200 female broilers in the Heri Farm poultry, Palaran Samarinda. The design used in this study was Randomized Block Design (RBD) with 4 treatments, P0 (0.0 g/L), P1 (0.5 g/L), P2 (1.0 g/L) dan P3 (2.0 g/L). Morbidity and mortality data were analyzed by Univariate analysis and continued with the Duncan test if the significant difference is (P <0.05). The results showed that the addition of betaine had a significant effect (P <0.05) on reducing mobility and mortality rates. The addition of betaine with 1.0 g/L is the best dose to reduce broiler morbidity and mortality rates, respectively 5.66% and 5.67% toward the controls.
      PubDate: 2021-02-26
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p03
       
  • HEALTH AND QUALITY ANALYSIS OF PORK BASED ON DISTRIBUTION CHAINS

    • Authors: Ida Bagus Ngurah Swacita, I Ketut Suada, Agung Denlira Sitepu, Agnes - Tasia
      Pages: 21 - 26
      Abstract: WHO states that about 75% of new diseases affecting humans in the last two decades are caused by pathogens derived from animals or animal products, so that food products of animal origin (meat) are potentially harmful to consumers. Therefore, the health and food safety aspects of animal origin (meat) need special attention. This research aimed to analyze the health and quality of pork from the abattoir/pig slaughterhouse to its circulation chain (meat stall/market). This research used a qualitative explorative method that is analyzing pig's health by inspection, palpation, and incision and the quality of pork is subjectively examined include color, aroma, consistency, and texture test, and objective test includes the test of Water Holding Capacity, Water Content, pH, and early decay. The research sample was taken from Pesanggaran and Dharmasaba abattoir and its distribution place (meat stall in Badung and Kereneng market), with 100 samples. The data of the research were analyzed qualitative descriptively. The results showed that pork from the production site to its distribution, good health. Similarly, pork from the production site (Pesanggaran abattoir and Dharmasaba) to the distribution (Badung and Kereneng market) is good. It can be concluded that pork's health and quality from production place until its distribution chains is still good, so it can be recommended healthy, safe, and feasible to be consumed.
      PubDate: 2021-02-26
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p04
       
  • IDENTIFICATION OF '-HEMOLYSIS STREPTOCOCCUS SPECIES ISOLATED FROM
           NASAL AND TONSILLAR’SWINE USING BACITRACIN TEST

    • Authors: I Wayan Suardana, Ni Made Ayu Aryati Dinarini, I Dewa Made Sukrama
      Pages: 27 - 33
      Abstract: Streptococcosis is a disease caused by Streptococcus sp., with clinical manifestations such as polyarthritis, septicemia, and meningitis. '-hemolytic Streptococcus strains are known as one of the important pathogenic bacteria that cause serious illness. The bacteria enter their host through wounds, abrasions, food, or the immune system's decrease. This study aimed to determine the presence of '-hemolytic Streptococcus spp in pigs raised on the people's farms in Punggul and Bongkasa Villages Abiansemal, Badung, Bali.  As many as 47 isolates isolated from nasal mucosa swabs and tonsils of pigs were cultured on blood agar media, continued by planted them on Brain Heart Infussion (BHI) agar. Gram staining, catalase, and oxidaase tests were performed as biochemical tests to complete the identification of isolates. Finally, the bacitracin test was conducted on several isolates characterized with '- hemolytic Streptococcus to differentiate Streptococcus pyogenes strains from others. The results show, 8 out of 47 (17%) samples tested are presumptive '-hemolytic Streptococcus. Furthermore, the bacitracin test clarifies 3 out of 8 (37.5%) '-hemolytic isolates are S. pyogenes, and the remaining 5 out of 8 (62.5%) are non-pyogenes '-hemolytic Streptococcus.
      PubDate: 2021-02-26
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p05
       
  • MEASUREMENT OF OVARIAN FOLLICLES AND VAGINAL TEMPERATURE OF BALI CATTLE
           THAT EXPERIENCE SILENT HEAT

    • Authors: Tjok Gde Oka Pemayun, Anak Agung Sagung Kendran, I Wayan Nico Fajar Gunawan
      Pages: 34 - 38
      Abstract: This study aimed to improve Bali cattle's efficiency and productivity by measuring ovarian follicles and vaginal temperature in Bali cattle that experienced a silent heat using ten bali cattle with normal estrus and bali cattle that experience a silent heat. The research samples were divided into two groups: Bali cattle that showed normal estrus (grup I) and Bali cattle that experienced a silent heat (grup II), with each group consisted of 5 replications. Furthermore, all the cows were measured for vaginal measurements at the time of estrus and 24 hours after estrus. While ovarian follicles are measured at the time of estrus. The results showed that the average vaginal temperature of Bali cattle was 38.40 ± 0.130 C and 38.04 ± 0.130 C respectively for Bali estrus cattle and Bali cattle which experienced a silent heat and statistically showed a significant difference (P<0.05). The Bali cattle follicles' average diameter is 10.60 ± 1.14 and 7.32 ± 0.37 mm, respectively, for the normal estrus and which experience a silent heat, and statistically show a significant difference (P<0.05). From the results of the study, it can be concluded that the vaginal temperature of bali cattle with normal estrus is higher than that of bali cattle which experience a silent heat, and ovarian follicle diameter in normal estrus is greater than the diameter of the ovarian follicles of bali cattle that experience silent heat.
      PubDate: 2021-02-26
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p06
       
  • VALUES OF MEAN CORPUSCULAR HEMOGLOBIN CONCENTRATION, MEAN CORPUSCULAR
           VOLUME AND MEAN CORPUSCULAR HEMOGLOBIN IN BALI CATTLE BASED ON ORGANIC
           MAINTAIN

    • Authors: I Gede Agus Eva Prawira Adinata, Ni Ketut Suwiti, Anak Agung Sagung Kendran
      Pages: 39 - 45
      Abstract: Research has been done to find out the hematological value of MCHC (Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration), MCV (Mean Corpuscular Volume), and MCH (Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin) of Bali cattle with organic-based maintenance. An organic-based maintenance system is the management of feeding that comes from the environment and does not use pesticides or other chemicals. The method used by checking the value of MCV, MCH, and MCHC bali cattle blood is measured using a Veterinary hematology analyzer. The result showed that the value of MCHC was 39,71%dl, the value of MCV was 44,48 fl, and the MCH’s value was 18,69pg. It can be concluded that the average value is still within the normal range based on the index value of cattle’s erythrocytes in general.  
      PubDate: 2021-02-26
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p07
       
  • TOTAL BACTERIA ON THE FECES LAYER IN VARIOUS AGE GROUPS

    • Authors: Dewa Putu Pradipta Baskara, I Nengah Kerta Besung, Ketut Tono PG
      Pages: 46 - 50
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the total number of bacteria isolated from laying hens at various ages. The sample used was healthy laying hens' feces with 24 samples using the pouring method. This study uses a completely randomized design (CRD). The data obtained were tested with the Least Significant Difference Test (LSD). The results showed the total number of bacteria in the starter phase of layer was 52.83x107 CFU/ml, grower phase of layer was 208.50x107 CFU/ml, developer phase of layer was 409.5x107 CFU/ml, and layer phases of layer was 208x107 CFU/ml. It can be concluded that the total number of bacteria in the layer is significantly different at each age phase.
      PubDate: 2021-02-26
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p08
       
  • HEMOGRAM OF DOGS WHICH SUFFER COMPLEX DERMATITIS TREATMENT BY MIXTURE OF
           SOURSOUP, NEEM, AND GOTU KALA LEAVE

    • Authors: Wulandari Wulandari, I Nyoman Suartha, Anak Agung Sagung Kendran, Luh Made Sudimantini
      Pages: 51 - 56
      Abstract: Dermatitis complex is a disease of inflammation at the skin caused by two agents or more. Extract of soursop, neem, and gotu kola are known to have an effect that can help cure complex dermatitis. Blood is an important indicator for knowing body health status, so the patient's hemogram needed to know. This research aims to find out the hemogram of dermatitis complex dogs treated by a mix of extract soursop, neem, and gotu kola. This research used three sample dogs that suffer complex dermatitis, which smeared with extract for 15 days. Blood collection was done at 0 day, three days, seven days, and 15 days of treatment. Blood testing was done by the Animal Blood Counter iCell-800Vet machine. The hemogram result indicates fluctuation in hemogram component, preference rise of leukocyte and lymphocyte, and anemia.
      PubDate: 2021-02-26
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p09
       
  • ANALYSIS OF PATHOGENIC IUTA GENE MARKERS IN ESCHERICHIA COLI CAUSES OF
           COLLIBACILLOSIS IN FREE-RANGE CHICKEN

    • Authors: Kadek Satria Adi Marhendra, I Gusti Ngurah Kade Mahardika, I Nengah Kerta Besung, I Gusti Ketut Suarjana
      Pages: 57 - 66
      Abstract: Colibacillosis is an infectious disease in chickens caused by Avian Pathogenic Escherichia coli (APEC). The ability of APEC to cause disease depends on many pathogenic factors, one of which is the iutA pathogenic gene. This study was purposed to determine the DNA sequence of the APEC iutA gene in Bali and its kinship with the iutA gene from other countries. Two APEC isolates from free-range chicken in Tabanan dan Badung has been used. The isolates have been purified and were available at the Bacteriology Laboratory of Veterinary Medicine Faculty, Udayana University. Chelex 10% was used for DNA isolation. DNA amplification using published DNA primer has been conducted with the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method. The PCR product was sequenced at Malaysia, First Base Laboratories using Sanger’s Dideoxy Nucleotide Termination method. The iutA gene of both isolates can be analyzed and have 250 bp in length. Both were 100% homologous. A phylogenic test using 58 DNA sequences of iutA gene from Escherichia coli and other bacteria in the world was conducted in MEGA 5.2. All data have 43 polymorphic sites of nucleotide acid and 13 polymorphic sites of amino acid. The iutA gene from Bali is in one group, with the iutA gene from Brazil (KP657535) in 2011, Germany (LT599825) in 2016, and China (CP033635) in 2016. This gene can be used as a pathogenic marker of APEC in Indonesia.
      PubDate: 2021-02-26
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p10
       
  • PHYLOGENY ANALYSIS OF BALI ISOLATES OF NEWCASTLE DISEASE VIRUS IN 2013 TO
           2014 BASED ON CLEAVAGE SITE OF THE FUSION PROTEIN

    • Authors: Fedri Rell, Anak Agung Ayu Mirah Adi, I Gusti Ngurah Kade Mahardika
      Pages: 67 - 74
      Abstract: Newcastle disease is a contagious disease caused by the Avian paramyxovirus serotype 1 virus, which infected the poultry. The aims of this study were conducted to phylogenetic analysis of the fusion protein cleavage site of Newcastle disease virus found in a chicken farm in the province of Bali throughout the year 2013 to 2014. There are four isolates from sick chicken’s cases/death suspected of being infected by the Newcastle disease virus. The sequence of the protein fusion was aligned and edited using MEGA5. The amino acid sequence of the F cleavage site of all isolates was 112R-R-Q-K-R-F117 and analysis of phylogeny tree, which justified that all four are virulent of Newcastle disease virus. It is concluded that four Bali isolates in 2013 to 2014 under this study are Newcastle disease virus of genotype VII.
      PubDate: 2021-02-26
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p11
       
  • SEROPREVALENCE OF NEWCASTLE DISEASE IN DOMESTIC CHICKEN IN TABANAN
           DISTRICT BALI

    • Authors: Ledi Natalia Surbakti, Gusti Ayu Yuniati Kencana, I Nyoman Suartha
      Pages: 75 - 80
      Abstract: Newcastle Disease (ND) is one of the poultry diseases that can infect domestic chickens. It is an infectious disease that has a detrimental impact on chicken farmers. ND infection can be acute to chronic, and it can also affect all types of poultry, especially chickens, both broiler and domestic chickens. Tabanan Subdistrict is a location where poultry trade activities are often carried out between regions and/ or provinces, so domestic chickens have the potential to be exposed to ND. This study aims to determine the disease seroprevalence in domestic chickens in Tabanan District, Tabanan Regency, Bali. The sample of this study was serum from chicken’s blood samples that were taken from six villages in Tabanan Sub-district. Samples were taken from villages where each village consisted of three banjars. Banjar is a division of Bali administrative areas, and eight samples of domestic chickens were collected from each sampled banjar. A total sample of 144 serums of non-vaccinated domestic chicken. Serum was tested serologically with hemagglutination (HI) test at the Virology Laboratory of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Udayana University. The results showed that ND seroprevalence in domestic chickens in Tabanan Subdistrict was 3.17%. Positive samples were gathered from Gubug, Bongan, and Wanasari villages with antibody titers ranged from 24 to 25. The conclusions of seropositive results showed that domestic chicken in the Tabanan district has currently been infected with the Newcastle Disease virus.
      PubDate: 2021-02-26
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p12
       
  • RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN INVESTIGATION OF CHICKEN LEPTIN GENE: A REVIEW

    • Authors: I Wayan Swarautama Mahardhika, Budi Setiadi Daryono
      Pages: 81 - 92
      Abstract: The leptin coding gene (LEP) investigation in several avian species has been carried out in-depth for over 20 years. Genomic expression of LEP gene in numbers of avian species has been identified, including Falco peregrinus and Falco cherrug, Pseudopodoces humilis, Taeniopygia guttata, Columba livia, Haliaeetus leucocephalus, Picoides pubescens, and Melopsittacus undulatus. However, molecular genetics identification of LEP gene expression in chicken (G. g. gallus) is still debated. The Indonesian indigenous chicken poultry industry is growing rapidly, with some limitations, one of which involves Indonesian indigenous chicken's productivity. Indonesian indigenous chicken contributes 23% of national food consumption annually. Increased productivity of Indonesian indigenous chicken can be achieved through selective breeding. Selective breeding seeks to improve the genetic quality of Indonesian indigenous chicken by empowering Indonesian indigenous chicken germplasm. Selective breeding allows the production of meat-type and layer-type hybrids with superior characteristics following the design of the specified crossing pattern. Selective breeding requires both Mendelian and molecular genetics as guidance and evaluation methods to maintain breeding direction effectiveness. Several identified genes that have a significant implication on chicken productivity have been researched thoroughly. However, several other important gene candidates, including the LEP gene, still require in-depth research. This review integrates several studies on the chicken LEP gene from the initial discovery until the latest breakthrough.
      PubDate: 2021-02-27
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p13
       
  • ALANIN AMINOTRANSFERASE, ASPARTAT AMINOTRANSFERASE LEVELS AND HEPAR
           HISTOLOGICAL OF RATTUS NORVEGICUS WITH MUSA PARADISIACA FORMATYPICA PEEL
           EXTRACT AND INTENSIVE EXERCISE

    • Authors: Putu Angga Prasetyawan, I Nyoman Suarsana, Anak Sagung Kendran
      Pages: 93 - 98
      Abstract: Body activities such as excessive intensive exercise causes the body to need very much oxygen, triggering the emergence of free radicals that can damage various organs; one of them is the liver. In order to prevent damage to liver cells due to free radicals, efforts are needed to provide antioxidant intake from the outside. One of them is musa paradisiaca formatypica peel. The study was conducted to determine changes in ALT levels (Alanin Aminotransferase), AST (Aspartat Aminotransferase), and histology description of white rat liver that was given musa paradisiaca formatypica peel extract and intensive physical exercise. Twenty-seven rats were divided into three groups. The treatment was given for 28 days. Next, blood and liver samples were taken on the 29th day. Blood samples were tested using the photometric method, while liver samples were examined through histological preparations with staining method hematoxylin-eosin (HE). The research data were tested using variance (ANOVA) and continued with test Duncan. The results showed the administration of musa paradisiaca formatypica peel extract to white rats given intensive swimming training significantly reduced levels of ALT, AST and could reduce the occurrence of liver degeneration and necrosis. The results of the study concluded that musa paradisiaca formatypica peel extract can prevent liver damage due to intensive physical exercise.
      PubDate: 2021-02-27
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p14
       
  • PREVALENCE OF BOOPHILUS SP. TICKS INFESTATION ON BALI CATTLE IN BADUNG
           DISTRICT

    • Authors: Chairannisa Rustam, I Made Dwinata, Nyoman Adi Suratma
      Pages: 99 - 104
      Abstract: Bali cattle are native Indonesian germplasm that has the advantage of survival in an inadequate environment, but Bali cattle can also contract diseases; one of them is ectoparasites, namely ticks. Cow tick or Boophilus sp. is a blood-sucking ectoparasite that causes anemia in these animals. Besides sucking blood, Boophilus sp. also a vector of various blood parasitic diseases, including Babesiosis (Babesia bovis and B. bigemina) and Anaplasmosis (Anaplasma marginale). Factors that can influence ticks Boophilus sp. in cattle, namely age, sex, maintenance, and environment. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence and predilection of infesting bali cattle in Badung Regency, as well as the relationship of sex, age, maintenance, and environmental factors to the infestation of Boophilus sp. The research sample was taken in Badung Regency, determined purposively with a sample of 300 Bali cattle. This study was an observational study with a cross-sectional design. The results showed that the prevalence of tick infestation Boophilus sp. in Badung Regency is 7.7%. Predilection was found in the legs (40%), udder (25%), abdomen (17%), back (12%), and head (6%). Age, maintenance, and environmental factors were very influential (P <0.05) on tick infestations of Boophilus sp. in Bali cattle in Badung Regency, but gender has no effect (P> 0.05).
      PubDate: 2021-02-27
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p15
       
  • THE INFLUENCE OF THE RAINY AND DRY SEASON ON THE QUALITY OF BALI CATTLE
           SEMEN AT THE BATURITI ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION CENTER, TABANAN, BALI

    • Authors: Wayan Bebas, I Wayan Gorda, Ketut Anom Dada
      Pages: 105 - 112
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the effect of the rainy season and the dry season on the quality of Bali cattle sperm at the Baturiti Artificial Insemination Center, Tabanan, Bali. In an effort to support artificial insemination programs, accelerate genetic quality improvement, increase production to maintain national food security. This study used a completely randomized design with two variables: the rainy season (February - May 2019) and the dry season (June - September 2019). This study used 9 Bali cattle bull with a range of 5-8 years. The semen is collected using the artificial vaginal method, carried out twice a week for each bull. The observed variables included pH, volume (ml), color, thickness, mass movement, concentration (106 cells/ml), motility of spermatozoa (%), abnormality (%), and intact plasma membrane (%). The results were analyzed by T-test. The results of the study concluded that the season had no significant effect (P> 0.05) on the quality of Bali cattle’s semen at the Baturiti Artificial Insemination Center, Tabanan, Bali.
      PubDate: 2021-02-27
      DOI: 10.24843/bulvet.2021.v13.i01.p16
       
 
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