DINAMICS OF CELL IMMUNITY OF THE PUPPIES DURING TWO MONTH OF THEIR LIFE

M.M.Broshkov

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Odessa state agrarian university, Panteleimonovskastr.13, Odessa, 65012, Ukraine

The six major periods are in ontogenetic development dogs: the first 1012 days of life; socialization period the secondthird week; fourthninth week; juveniles period 10th weekpuberty; period of maturity; senile period.

The dynamics of indicators of the immunophisiology status of puppies within 60 days after birth were studied. Found that in animals after birth significantly decreased phagocytic activity of neutrophils and higher proportion of lymphocytes. On day 24 of observation noted there lative constancy of the absolute number of lymphocytes and an increasein T-lymphocytes ub populations by an average of 7 %, while then umberofphagocytic neutrophils — reducedby 14 %. Between 24 to 30 days against a gradual reduction of lymphocyte count, an increase phagocytosis activity of neutrophils. On day 30 after birth marked the highest level of white blood cells during the study period. A substantial reduction in the absolute number of leukocytes, all subpopulations of lymphocytes and phagocytic activity of neutrophils on day 60 of life. Assessment of there lative content of lymphocytes and their subpopulations and phagocytic activity of neutrophils showed that the most marked reduction of lymphocytes was noted at 30 and 60 days of observation. When comparing there lative number of T-lymphocyte cells are then during the study period had a tendency as to decrease (10, 30, and day 60) and to increase (to 24 and 45 days).

Keywords: CELL IMMUNITY, PHAGOCYTOSIS ACTIVITY, PHYSIOLOGICAL CROSSING, LYMPHOCYTES, ONTOGENETIC PERIODS

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