Dr. Sarmin  Sarmin

Dr. Sarmin Sarmin

Lecturer
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Physiology from Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

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Biography

Sarmin, DVM, M.Sc, Dr, is an associate professor at Department of Physiology Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. He is recognized expert in physilogy of goats, metabolism, animal physiology. Dr. Sarmin is a editor of jurnal veteriner, and editor of jurnal info kesehatan masyarakat faculty of Public Medicine, Universitas Sumatra Utara. He has served as a member of various veterinary medical association, Indonesian physiology society

Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Hematology
62%
Poultry Science
90%
Nutrition
75%
Livestock
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Sarmin, I. Widiyono, P. Astuti and P.P. Putro, 2017. Metabolic and endocrine responses to feed restriction and refeeding in kacang goats. Pak. J. Nutr., 16: 101-108.
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  2. Astuti, P., B. Al Fajar, M. Mauludin, A. Hana, C.M. Airin, S. Sarmin and S. Harimurti, 2015. Corticosterone levels, heterophil/lymphocyte ratios and growth rates in Lohmann Indian river chickens raised under monochromatic blue light. Int. J. Poult. Sci., 14: 639-643.
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  3. Sarmin, A. Hana, P. Astuti, Y.H. Fibrianto and C.M. Airin, 2014. Study of cortisol level of slaughtered bovine at slaughter house in Yogyakarta. J. Kedokteran Hewan, 8: 134-137.

  4. Widiyono, I., Sarmin and B. Suwignyo, 2011. Some serum enzyme activities in ettawa crossbred goat. J. Kedokteran Hewan, 8: 51-53.
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  5. Widiyono, I., P.P. Putro, P. Astuti and C.M. Airin, 2011. Serum estradiol and progesterone concentration, vulval appearance and exfoliative vaginal cytology during estrous cycle in bligon goats. J. Vet., 12: 263-268.
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  6. Astuti, P., Sarmin, A. Kusumawati, C.M. Airin, H. Maheshwari and L. Sjahfirdi, 2010. Physiological response of bligon buck to transportation: Relation to level of thyroid hormone. J. Vet., 11: 87-91.
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