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DEPARTMENT: Veterinary Physiology

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Dr.V Beena Dr.V Beena
Designation: - Assistant Professor
Address: - Department of Veterinary Physiology, CVAS, Mannuthy
Mobile No: - 9447532177
Email ID: - beenav@kvasu.ac.in

Educational Qualifications

MVSc.PhD

Area of Research

Stress Physiology, Cancer Biology

Work Experience

13 years of experience as Assistant Professor

9 years of experience as Veterinary Surgeon in the Animal Husbandry department of the state

Trainings

1. Harnessing Microbial Diversity for Use in Animal Nutrition, 4-11-2008 to 24-11-2008, National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology, Bangalore

2.Training on Molecular Techniques in Microbiology, 3-03-2011 to 16-03-2011 at Dept. of Agricultural Microbiology, College of Horticulture, Vellanikkara.

3. Rumen Function and Microbial Diversity: A Metagenomic Approach, 04-02-2015 to 24-02-2015, Centre of Advanced Faculty Training in Animal Nutrition, IVRI, Izatnagar.

Publications

1. A.S. Siddaramesh and V. Beena. (2016). The effect of dietary organic selenium and iodine supplementations on glutathione peroxidase activity in crossbred female calves. J.Vet.Anim. Sci. 46(2):1-10

2. Renuka K K, Beena V and Jayavardhanan K K. (2016). “Comparative assessment of certain biochemical parameters in native cattle breeds of Kerala” Int. J. Agric.Sc & Vet.Med. Vol. 4, No. 3, August 2016. 2320-3730

3. Haematological responses of Murrah buffalo calves to varying temperature humidity index. Aziz Z., Varma G.G., Raji K.,Beena V and Anil K.S. International Journal of Innovative Research & Development (2016) April (5)329-331

4. Effect of antioxidant supplementation on haematological parameters of transition dairy cattle. Ambily T.R, Beena V*, Karthiayini K, Uma R, Ramnath V and Sunanda C. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, Vol. 6, No 5, 2017, 2785 – 2791 .

5. Summer season induced rhythmic alterations in metabolic activities to adapt to heat stress in three indigenous (Osmanabadi, Malabari and Salem Black) goat breeds. Prathap Pragna, V. Sejian, N. M. Soren, M. Bagath, G. Krishnan, V. Beena, P. Indira Devi & Raghavendra Bhatta. Biological Rhythm Research, 05:17 16 October 2017 pp1-15https://doi.org/10.1080/09291016.2017.1386891.

6. “Effect of varying temperature humidity index on the plasma volume of crossbred cattle calves”. (2017). Zarina, A., Varma, G., Karthiayini, K., Raji, K. and Beena, V. Journal of Agrometeorology.19 (Special Issue - AGMET 2016): 120-122.

7. “Comparative assessment of heat stress induced changes in carcass traits, plasma leptin profile and skeletal muscle myostatin and HSP70 gene expression patterns between indigenous Osmanabadi and Salem Black goat breeds”. Archana, P.R., Sejian, V., Ruban, W., Bagath, M., Krishnan, G, Aleena, J., Manjunathareddy, G,B., Beena, V and Bhatta, R, Meat Sci. (2018) .66-80 doi.org/10.1016/j.meatsci.2018.03.015.

8. “Comparative assessment of growth performance of three different indigenous goat breeds exposed to summer heat stress” Pragna, P., Sejian, V., Bagath, M., Krishnan, G.,Archana, P.R., Soren, N.M., Beena, V and Bhatta, R. J. Anim. Physiol. Anim. Nutr. (2018). DOI: 10.1111/jpn.12892.


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