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ISSN : 2015-8930

Vol. 23 / No. 3 / Published : 2007-09

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Cecal Goblet Cell Response on Intracellular Development of Eimeria tenella in Susceptible and Infected Chickens

Respons Sel Goblet Sekum terhadap Perkembangan Intraseluler Eimeria tenella pada Ayam Peka dan Terinfeksi

Author :

  1. Muchammad Yunus --> Department of Veterinary Parasitology Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Airlangga Kampus C, Mulyorejo, Surabaya 60115, Telp(031)5992785 Fax(031)5993015 / muhyunus_99@yahoo.com
  2. Lucia Tri Suwanti --> Department of Veterinary Parasitology
    Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Airlangga
    Kampus C, Mulyorejo, Surabaya 60115, Telp(031)5992785 Fax(031)5993015
    / -
  3. Mufasirin --> Department of Veterinary Parasitology Faculty of Veterinary Medicine University of Airlangga Kampus C, Mulyorejo, Surabaya 60115, Telp(031)5992785 Fax(031)5993015 / -

Abstract :

The purpose of this study is to know clearly illustration of response of cecal goblet cells on intracellular development of E. tenella in susceptible and infected chickens. Eighty males broiler, three weeks old were divided into two groups. Group one was consisted of at least 40 chickens and kept up to five weeks old. Then, they were infected with E. tenella and killed every two days from day 0 to day 12 post infection (pi) using goblet cell examinated. The last five chickens were especially the daily oocyst production examinated from day 7 to 12 pi. Group two was consisted of at least 40 chickens, three weeks old infected with E. tenella, when at 5 weeks old challenged with the same dose and they were reorganized procedure as group one. Response cecal goblet cells represented in ratio of mean number of active goblet cell per 10 crypt units of both groups compared with pre-infected chickens. Susceptible chickens assessed high number oocyst production, appeared coccidiosis clinical signs and contrary with infected chickens. Macroscopical and microscopical changes and goblet cells hypoplasia were seen in susceptible chickens, while to those changes of infected chickens were disappeared

Keyword :

E. tenella, goblet cell, response ,


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