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Identification of Bmpr-1b and Bmp15 gene mutations in fat tail sheep ., Maskur; Arman, Chairussyuhur
Indonesian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 15, No 1 (2010)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (304.132 KB) | DOI: 10.14334/jitv.v15i1.673

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Fat tail sheep (FTS) is regarded as highly prolific local sheep and have been well adapted under tropical climate of Lombok island. BMPR-1B and BMP15 genes that controll reproductive traits such as ovulation rate and litter size in different type of sheep will be studied as candidate genes for prolific traits in FTS. These genes  have been reported by various investigators have different prolificacy mechanism between several breeds of sheep, and it is very likely will occur in FTS. This study was designed to understand different prolificacy mechanism that occurred among breed of sheep. One hundred and forty FTS potential for twin and triplet scattered in Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara Province were screened to identify mutation of BMPR-1B and BMP15 genes using Forced PCR-RFLP method. Furthermore, the frequency of allel and genotype caused by mutation was measured in each gene. Results of the study indicated that mutation of FecXG at BMP15 gene resulted in two alleles, namely “wild-type”(+) Allel  was 111 bp and 30 bp, and mutan allel (G) was 141 bp with frequency of 0.675 and 0.325. The combination of allel at BMP15 gen resulted in two genotipes, namely: ++ (111 bp/111 bp) and G+ (141 bp/111 bp) with frequency of 0.35 dan 0.65 in FTS. Mutation of FecB at BMPR-1B gen resulted in two allel, namely “wild-type”(+) Allel was 140 bp, and mutan allel (B) was 110 and 30 bp with frequency of 0.718 and 0.282. The combination of allel at BMPR-1B gen resulted in three genotipes, namely: BB (110 bp/110 bp), B+ (110 bp/140 bp), and ++ (140 bp/140 bp), its frequency was 0.11, 0.35 and 0.54 in FTS, respectively. Key words: Mutation, BMPR-1B, BMP15, Fat Tailed, Sheep
Identification of Bmpr-1b and Bmp15 gene mutations in fat tail sheep ., Maskur; Arman, Chairussyuhur
Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner Vol 15, No 1 (2010): MARCH 2010
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (304.132 KB) | DOI: 10.14334/jitv.v15i1.673

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Fat tail sheep (FTS) is regarded as highly prolific local sheep and have been well adapted under tropical climate of Lombok island. BMPR-1B and BMP15 genes that controll reproductive traits such as ovulation rate and litter size in different type of sheep will be studied as candidate genes for prolific traits in FTS. These genes  have been reported by various investigators have different prolificacy mechanism between several breeds of sheep, and it is very likely will occur in FTS. This study was designed to understand different prolificacy mechanism that occurred among breed of sheep. One hundred and forty FTS potential for twin and triplet scattered in Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara Province were screened to identify mutation of BMPR-1B and BMP15 genes using Forced PCR-RFLP method. Furthermore, the frequency of allel and genotype caused by mutation was measured in each gene. Results of the study indicated that mutation of FecXG at BMP15 gene resulted in two alleles, namely “wild-type”(+) Allel  was 111 bp and 30 bp, and mutan allel (G) was 141 bp with frequency of 0.675 and 0.325. The combination of allel at BMP15 gen resulted in two genotipes, namely: ++ (111 bp/111 bp) and G+ (141 bp/111 bp) with frequency of 0.35 dan 0.65 in FTS. Mutation of FecB at BMPR-1B gen resulted in two allel, namely “wild-type”(+) Allel was 140 bp, and mutan allel (B) was 110 and 30 bp with frequency of 0.718 and 0.282. The combination of allel at BMPR-1B gen resulted in three genotipes, namely: BB (110 bp/110 bp), B+ (110 bp/140 bp), and ++ (140 bp/140 bp), its frequency was 0.11, 0.35 and 0.54 in FTS, respectively. Key words: Mutation, BMPR-1B, BMP15, Fat Tailed, Sheep
Correlation and regression analysis of the body measurements of the Doro Ncanga Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) reared extensively in the Savanna of Mount Tambora Dompu Regency, Indonesia Husni, Husni; Maskur, Maskur; Arman, Chairussyuhur
Aceh Journal of Animal Science Vol 3, No 1: July 2018
Publisher : Syiah Kuala University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (482.114 KB) | DOI: 10.13170/ajas.3.1.9632

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The objectives of the present study were examined the correlation and regression of body measurements of the Doro Ncanga buffaloes in the Savanna of Mount Tambora Dompu Regency, Indonesia. A total of 339 animals were used in this study. In female, body weight (BW) was found to be significantly (p<0.05) correlated with body length (BL), the degree of correlation increased from 0-6 (r=0.319) to 13-24 months (r=0.394), thereafter decreased at >36 months (r=0.160). The BW was not significantly correlated with height at wither (HW) for all 5 age groups. However, BW and heart girth (HG) were highly correlated (p<0.01) between age groups 0-6 (r=0.967) and >36 months (r=0.978). The BL was significantly (p<0.01) correlated with HW from 0-6 to 13-24 months of age, except for 25-36 months of age. The correlation between BL and HG was highly significant (p<0.01) at 0-6 (r=0.427) and 13-24 (0.371) months of age, then decreased with the increase of age. The HW had no strong correlation with HG  at all groups. Regression model of BW changes with HG was predictable with R2 values ranged from 0.896 to 0.957. In male, BW had a strong correlations with HG for age groups 0-6 (r=0.979) and 7-12 months (r=0.972). The BL and HW were not highly correlated with BW at all groups. However, BW was significantly (p<0.01) correlated with HG for age groups 0-6 (r=0.979) and 7-12 months (r=0.972). Their R2 values were 0.958 and 0.945, respectively. A highly significant (p<0.01) correlations were also observed between BL and HW for age groups 0-6 months (r=0.677)and 7-12 months (0.462). The  R2 values were 0.458 and 0.214 for the two different age groups, respectively. The estimates of coefficient of determinations and predictive equations show that HG alone could be used to predict BW of female and male Doro Ncanga buffalo at different age groups.
Efektifitas Kinerja Pentoksifilin Terhadap Kualitas dan Integritas Membran Plasma Utuh pada Sperma Sapi Bali Hasil Pemisahan dengan Menggunakan Albumin Rodiah, Rodiah; Yuliani, Enny; Dradjat, Adji Santoso; Arman, Chairussyuhur
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Indonesia (JITPI), Indonesian Journal of Animal Science and Technology Vol 1 No 1 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Animal Science and Technology (JITPI)
Publisher : Faculty of Animal Husbandry, University of Mataram

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29303/jitpi.v1i1.12

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The purpose of this research was&nbsp; to determine the effect of Pentoxyfilline &nbsp;in maintaining the quality (motility, viability, morphology and plasma membrane intact) of Bali bull spermatozoa separated with albumine.&nbsp; A Completely Random Block Design was used in this study with two main factors (upper layer and bottom layer), diluents with four doses of pentoxyfilline (0, 15, 20&nbsp; and 25 μM) with six &nbsp;replications. &nbsp;Evaluation of spermatozoa was performed by characterizing motility, viability, morphology, plasma membrane intact. Result of the study showed that the effect of four doses &nbsp;pentoxyfilline on the quality of Bali bull spermatozoa was non significant (p&gt;0,05). However, the addition of&nbsp; 25μM pentoxyfilline was found to give the best effect compared to 15 μM, 20 μM and control. Result&nbsp; of the study also indicated that spermatozoa separated in the upper layer was signifiqantly higher (p&lt;0,01) than that of separated in the bottom layer with the average &nbsp;motility, viability, morfology and&nbsp; plasma membrane intact was 66,67,80,50, 6,71 and 65,61% respectively.
Identifikasi Komponen, Faktor dan Resiko Relatif yang Berpengaruh pada Hasil Inseminasi Buatan pada Sapi Bali Dradjat, Adji Santoso; Rodiah, Rodiah; Yuliani, Enny; Arman, Chairussyuhur
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Indonesia (JITPI), Indonesian Journal of Animal Science and Technology Vol 2 No 1 (2016): Indonesian Journal of Animal Science and Technology (JITPI)
Publisher : Faculty of Animal Husbandry, University of Mataram

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29303/jitpi.v2i1.26

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The aims of the research were to identify components, factors and relative risk (Odd ratio) which may influencethe artificial insemination results. The study were performed in two villages those were Kuranji and Tanah Beak,by identification of components and factors which may contribute to successful artificial insemination results,then the flow chart of successful and obstacle were designed. Based on the flow chart survey was performed to thefarmers and inseminators. Parameters evaluated were factors may influence of the result of insemination such as;management, oestrus detection by farmers and insemination by inseminators. The data was tabulated and analisedusing epidemiology analysis of odd ratios (OR). The results showed that insemination results of Kuranji villagedo not have the risk to be not pregnant as the odd ratio was less than 1 (OR &lt;1,0), with the range of 0,10 to 0,20.While artificial insemination in Tanah Beak village showed risk of cows to be infertile or non pregnant relativelyhigher with OR higher than 1 (OR&gt; 1.0), with the range of 1,5 to 2,0. The results showed that the risk to beunsuccessful to produce pregnancy were caused by oestrus detection, feeding management, skill inseminator andexperience of farmers. Finally it can be concluded that oestrus detection by farmers, feeding management,insemination by inseminator and experience of farmers may contribut to the high risk fail to produce pregnancyusing artificial insemination in Tanah beak village.
Identification of Bmpr-1b and Bmp15 gene mutations in fat tail sheep ., Maskur; Arman, Chairussyuhur
Indonesian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 15, No 1 (2010): MARCH 2010
Publisher : Indonesian Center for Animal Research and Development (ICARD)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (304.132 KB) | DOI: 10.14334/jitv.v15i1.673

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Fat tail sheep (FTS) is regarded as highly prolific local sheep and have been well adapted under tropical climate of Lombok island. BMPR-1B and BMP15 genes that controll reproductive traits such as ovulation rate and litter size in different type of sheep will be studied as candidate genes for prolific traits in FTS. These genes  have been reported by various investigators have different prolificacy mechanism between several breeds of sheep, and it is very likely will occur in FTS. This study was designed to understand different prolificacy mechanism that occurred among breed of sheep. One hundred and forty FTS potential for twin and triplet scattered in Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara Province were screened to identify mutation of BMPR-1B and BMP15 genes using Forced PCR-RFLP method. Furthermore, the frequency of allel and genotype caused by mutation was measured in each gene. Results of the study indicated that mutation of FecXG at BMP15 gene resulted in two alleles, namely ?wild-type?(+) Allel  was 111 bp and 30 bp, and mutan allel (G) was 141 bp with frequency of 0.675 and 0.325. The combination of allel at BMP15 gen resulted in two genotipes, namely: ++ (111 bp/111 bp) and G+ (141 bp/111 bp) with frequency of 0.35 dan 0.65 in FTS. Mutation of FecB at BMPR-1B gen resulted in two allel, namely ?wild-type?(+) Allel was 140 bp, and mutan allel (B) was 110 and 30 bp with frequency of 0.718 and 0.282. The combination of allel at BMPR-1B gen resulted in three genotipes, namely: BB (110 bp/110 bp), B+ (110 bp/140 bp), and ++ (140 bp/140 bp), its frequency was 0.11, 0.35 and 0.54 in FTS, respectively. Key words: Mutation, BMPR-1B, BMP15, Fat Tailed, Sheep