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Online Journal of Veterinary Research

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Established 1994
ISSN 1328-925X

 

Volume 26 (11): 846-856, 2022.


Effect of diet and gonadotropin on progesterone, glucose, cortisol, cholesterol and triglyceride in sturgeon fish.

 

M. Bahmani, A.Yousefi Jourdehi, M. Pourdehghani, R. Kazemi, A. Hallajian, S. Dejandian

 

International Sturgeon Research Institute Rasht, Iran.

 

ABSTRACT

 

Bahmani M, Jourdehi AJ, Pourdehghani M, Kazemi R, Hallajian A, Dejandian S., Effect of diet and gonadotropin on progesterone, glucose, cortisol, cholesterol and triglyceride in sturgeon fish, Onl J Vet Res., 26 (11): 846-856, 2022. We report effect of diet and gonadotropin supplement on 5-7 year 6 male and female sturgeon (Acipenser nudiventris) reared 2 per fiberglass tanks in 4000 m3 water. Males were supplemented vitamins without soybean whereas females were fed both. Females were injected 10g/kg gonadotropin twice and males 20 g/kg once to induce breeding Significant differences (P < 0.05) were found for testosterone between mature and immature males and females. 17α-hydroxyprogesterone level was 0.10 0.054 and 0.03 0.005, and 17β- estradiol 47.5 1.91 and 21.6 3.02ng/ml in propagated and immature females, respectively. Significant differences (P<0.05) were found in serum albumin in immature and propagated females but not for serum glucose, cortisol, cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

 

Key words: Acipenser nudiventris, gonadotropin, progesterone, propagation, diet.


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