ANBARASI, P.

Designation and address
Assistant Professor, Department of Veterinary Parasitology,
Veterinary College and Research Institute,
Namakkal- 637002.

Qualifications
M.V.Sc (Veterinary Parasitology)

Contact
T : 04286-266491 Extn: 303
M: +91-9843763649
E : anbarasi[dot]p[at]tanuvas[dot]ac[dot]in

Fields(s) of specialization
Majoring field : Veterinary Parasitology
Specializing field : Veterinary Acarology
Current Projects

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Completed Projects
  • Efficacy of extracts of various phytotherapeutic agents against Musca domestica" sponsored by TNSCST
Recent Research Publications
  1. P.Anbarasi,G.Ponnudurai,K.Senthilvel,B.Puvarajan and A.Arulmozhi, A note on occurrence of coccidiosis in Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) ,Indian vet journal, Feb 2016
  2. R.Velusamy, N. Rani, G.Ponnudurai and P.Anbarasi. Prevalence of intestinal and haemoprotozoan parasites of small ruminants in Tamil Nadu, India. Veterinary World, 2015.
  3. R.Velusamy, N.Rani, G.Ponnudurai, T.J.Harikrishnan, T.Anna, K.Arunachalam, K.Senthilvel and P.Anbarasi. Influence of season, age and breed on prevalence of haemoprotozoan diseases in cattle of Tamil Nadu, India. Veterinary World, 2014, 7: 574 -578.
  4. Senthilvel, K., Arunachalam, K., Velusamy, R., Anbarasi,P. and Ponnudurai, G. 2013. Comparative efficacy of closantel and ivermectin against nasal myiasis in sheep. Indian Veterinary Journal, November 2013
  5. P.Anbarasi, K,Arunachalam, K.Senthivel, P.Srinivasan,and T.J.Harikrishnan. Occurrence of Ornithonyssus bursa Mite infestation in a Commercial Japanese quail farm. Indian Veterinary Journal, November 2013,90(11) : 84 – 85
  6. P.Anbarasi, B.R. Latha, G. Dhinakar Raj, C. Sreekumar and S. Senthuran. Partial sequencing of Bm86 gene for studying the phylogeny of an Indian isolate of Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus tick. Journal of parasitic diseases, January 2013.
Honours & Awards
  • Award for the student project entitled "Efficacy of extracts of various phytotherapeutic agents against Musca domestica" by TNSCST.