BIO Web Conf.
Volume 42, 2022International Scientific and Practical Conference “Sustainable Development of Traditional and Organic Agriculture in the Concept of Green Economy” (SDGE 2021)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Agrobiotechnology in Crop and Livestock Production|
|Published online||13 January 2022|
Influence of cow reproductive tract microbiota on formation of calf upper respiratory tract microbiota
FSBEI HE Kuzbass State Agricultural Academy, 650056, Kemerovo, st. Markovtseva, 5, Kemerovo, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Diagnosis of latent endometritis and predicting the effect of the inflammatory process on the course of pregnancy and its outcome is a necessary measure when conducting clinical examination of animals. Lack of diagnostic criteria, including microbiological one, cause difficulties for veterinarians in assessing latent endometritis. Often, animals suffering from latent inflammation of the reproductive tract are infertile and cannot be treated. And from cows with dysbiosis of the genital tract, sick young animals are born, lagging behind in growth and development. The aim of the work was to establish the relationship between the genital tract microbiome, the number and species composition of commensals and opportunistic microorganisms on the ability to carry pregnancy. Washes from the oral and nasal cavities were taken from the young born to study the microbiome: lactic acid microorganisms in combination with opportunistic pathogens. As a result of the research, it was found that animals with a low number of lactic acid microorganisms and an increased titer of opportunistic microorganisms were infertile, which led to their culling. In young animals, they are present in the respiratory tract in all samples, together with coccal microorganisms. The study of lactic acid microorganisms is advisable in the diagnosis of inflammatory processes of the reproductive tract and upper respiratory tract.
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