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Cytological responsiveness of the uropygial gland to castration in male roseringed parakeet, Psittacula krameri (Neumann)



Cytological responsiveness of the uropygial gland to castration in male roseringed parakeet, Psittacula krameri (Neumann)



Pavo 29(1-2): 9-14



Adult male Roseringed Parakeets (Psittacula krameri) were castrated during early breeding phase (Feb.) and held, along with sham control birds, under laboratory conditions for 60 days. Percentage of mitotic cells and diameter of interphase nuclei in the parenchymal cells in the uropygial gland of each bird were counted and measured respectively to evaluate the testicular influences, if any, on the cellular activities of the preen gland.

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