Thursday, 5 March 2015

R. Ramana Murthy, K. Sujatha, Ch. Srilatha, D. Sreenivasulu and Srinivas Naik H. receive Norman Ernest Borlaug Research Award-2015 in Toxicology and Health




Breaking News: R. Ramana Murthy, K. Sujatha, Ch. Srilatha, D. Sreenivasulu and Srinivas Naik H. receive Norman Ernest Borlaug Research Award-2015 in Toxicology and Health

R. Ramana Murthy, K. Sujatha, Ch. Srilatha, D. Sreenivasulu and Srinivas Naik H. receive Norman Ernest Borlaug Research Award-2015 in Toxicology and Health


05 March, 2015, India, USA NEWS CORP

In a major move in the field of Toxicology and Health, Ramana Murthy, K. Sujatha, Ch. Srilatha, D. Sreenivasulu and Srinivas Naik H. from Department of Veterinary Pathology, College of Veterinary Science, Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati, India are awarded with Norman Ernest Borlaug Research Award-2015. The worldwide competition involved many countries. World’s scientific communities turn their attention to merit of the scientific concept involved in it. It is catalyzing the funding and research enthusiasm. The research findings appeared on world’s prestigious The Journal of Toxicology and Health. To study the residual effect of fenvalerate in broiler chicks and ameliorating effect of vitamin E in experimentally induced fenvalerate toxicity in broiler chicks. For this study one hundred fifty apparently healthy unsexed broiler chicks(White Leghorn) were randomly divided into five groups (Control, Group I, Group II, Group III, Group IV) consisting of 30 chicks in each group. The control chicks fed with normal feed without fenvalerate. Group I and II fed with 20 ppm/kg feed and 40 ppm/kg feed Fenvalerate respectively. Whereas Group III and IV chicks were feed with 20 ppm/kg feed and 40 ppm/ kg feed Fenvalerate respectively along with Vitamin E @ 2.5 ml each (62.5 mgs) in water.Residue levels in liver were estimated by Gas chromatograph and were 0.0081ppm, 0.0540ppm, 0.0060ppm, 0.0506ppm for group I, II, III and IV respectively. Positive results for fenvalerate residues in liver indicated the residual effect of fenvalerate in liver. Protective action of vitamin E at this dose level (@ 2.5 ml each to group III and IV throughout the experiment daily in water) was negligible. Keeping in view, further studies may be advocated by using higher doses of vitamin E for ameliorative effect. In the present study, positive results for fenvalerate residues in liver indicated the residual effect of fenvalerate in liver. Protective action of vitamin E at this dose level (@ 2.5 ml each to group III and IV throughout the experiment daily in water) was negligible. Keeping in view, further studies may be advocated by using higher doses of vitamin E for ameliorative effect. The authors are thankful to Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati for providing facilities to carry out postgraduate research work in the Department of Veterinary Pathology, College of Veterinary Science, Tirupati. Fenvalerate toxicity induces residues in livers of all experimental groups except control group. Protective action of vitamin E at this dose level (@ 2.5 ml each to group III and IV throughout the experiment daily in water) was negligible. Further studies may be advocated by using higher doses of vitamin E for ameliorative effect against fenvalerate toxicity. Recent year’s indiscriminate usage of pesticides to control pests throughout the world, so it causes adverse effect on health, production, immune status of animals and poultry. Now days after withdrawal of DDT and BHC for pest control of maize, rice, cotton and oil seeds etc. Fenvalerate, a synthetic pyrethroid and a potent insecticide being used in India since 1980. It is mostly employed in agriculture but also for insect control in homes and gardens and on livestock, alone or in combination with other insecticides. So residues of pesticides will increasing day by day in all vegetables, fruits and all kinds of meat and affect the either human and animal systems especially its effects immune system, haemopoitic system, hepatic system and nervous system etc.fenvalerate in broiler chicks and ameliorating effect of vitamin E.
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