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《Chinese Journal of Zoology》 2017-01
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Physiological and Biochemical Indexes of Blood in Adult and Sub-adult Captive Red-crowned Cranes

ZHANG Miao;TIAN Xiu-Hua;SONG Yan-Zhu;ZHAO Fang-Ju;HE Xiang-Bao;College of Wildlife Resources, Northeast Forestry University;Forest Zoo Management Company of Shenyang City;Northern Forest Zoo of Harbin City;  
In order to explore the age and sex differences in physiological and biochemical indexes of blood in Red-crowned Cranes(Grus japonensis), 13 physiological indexes and 15 blood biochemical indexes were determined and compared using samples from 42(adult 24, sub-adult 18) captive Red-crowned Cranes at the Shenyang Zoo. The results showed that all the indicators had no significant difference between the sexes(P 0.05, Table 1 and 2), but there were significant differences in the serum creatinine(adult 37.05 ± 17.03 mmol/L, sub-adult 22.57 ± 11.68 mmol/L), serum uric acid(adult 878.22 ± 514.41 mmol/L, sub-adult 426.17 ± 207.74 mmol/L), and serum triglyceride(adult 7.73 ± 4.75 mmol/L, sub-adult 3.51 ± 4.07 mmol/L) indicators between adult and sub-adult(Table 3 and 4). This implies that the Red-crowned Crane might adopt the same or different ecological adaptation strategies in different adult and sub-adult periods.
【Key Words】: Red-crowned Crane Grus japonensis Blood Physiological indexes Biochemical indexes Contrast
【Fund】: 辽宁省沈阳市科技局项目(No.F13-114-3-00)
【CateGory Index】: Q592.1
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