E3S Web Conf.
Volume 265, 2021Actual Problems of Ecology and Environmental Management (APEEM 2021)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||03 June 2021|
The adaptive potential of newborn calves under conditions of technogenic anthropobiocenosis
Crimean Federal University named after V. I. Vernadsky, Academician Vernadsky Avenue, 4,295007, Simferopol, Russia
The article analyzes the organismal status that determines the adaptive potential of newborn calves to the conditions of technogenic anthropobiocenosis. A complex of zootechnical, clinical, hematological, morphological and statistical methods of research was used. Structural and functional changes in the fetal parts of the placentas of cows arise as a result of the aggressive impact on the mother's body of modern ecosystem conditions and determine the peculiarities of the body status of newborn calves. Determining the adaptive capabilities of one-day-old calves, including the morphology of their fetal part of the placenta, is of great importance not only for correcting the technology of growing and feeding, but also for carrying out preventive measures against infectious diseases. To create a healthy dairy herd of cows with a high degree of realization of the genetic capacities of productivity, we recommend using the developed criteria for assessing the body status of newborn calves. Keywords. Аdaptive potential, newborn calves, anthropobiocenosis, organismic status, fetal parts of the placenta.
© The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2021
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