Bìol. Tvarin. 2020; 22 (3): 8–10.

Petro Lahodyuk — Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor, Academician of the National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine, Honourable Man of Science and Technology of Ukraine (1924–1994)

I. B. Ratych

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Institute of Animal Biology NAAS,
38 Vasyl Stus str., Lviv, 79034, Ukraine

Petro Lahodyuk is the Doctor of Biological Sciences, professor, Academician of NAAS, Honourable Man of Science and Technology of Ukraine. Academician Lahodyuk was a leading researcher of animal lactation physiology. He contributed greatly into research on fraction composition and antigene properties of soluble proteins in mammary gland of open heifers, heifers and lactating cows, open and pregnant cows, compared their immune and chemical properties with milk and blood serum proteins, researched amino acidic and peptoid content of albumins in mammary gland tissues and blood serum of open heifers, heifers and cows, established the role of alveolar epithelium, excretory ducts and milk ducts in creating milk serum proteins, studied the role of a number of hormones in milk formation processes regulation, in particular regulation of milk and blood serum protein biosynthesis.

Key words: Lahodyuk P. Z., lactation physiology, milk proteins, blood proteins, amino acids, cows, poultry

  1. Lahodyuk PZ. Comparative studies of whey proteins, colostrum and blood of cows. Physiology and biochemistry of farm animals. Kyiv, Urozhaj, 1968. (in Ukrainian)
  2. Lahodyuk PZ, Klos YuS. Preparative secretion of serum albumin. The Ukrainian Biochemical Journal. 1978; 50 (2). (in Ukrainian)
  3. Lahodyuk PZ. Content of whey protein fractions of cows in successive portions of milking. Agricultural Biology. Moscow, 1970. (in Russian)
  4. Lahodyuk PZ. Antigen composition of albumens of lactoserum and their immunoelectrophoretic identity with the squirrel of suckling gland and whey of blood. 1973: 23 p. (in Ukrainian)
  5. Lahodyuk PZ. Serum protein fraction of milk cows for hyper- and hypofunction of the thyroid gland Biochem. J. 1969; 33 (4). (in Ukrainian)
  6. Klos YS. Interspecies commonality of spectra of proteins of milk serum and blood of cows, sheep and goats. VASKHNIL reports. 1990: 1 p. (in Russian)
  7. Dronyk GV. The study of the ultrastructure of breast epithelial cells and the tank cow teat canal. STB of the Ukrainian Research Institute of Physiology and Biochemistry of Farm Animals. Lviv, 1979. (in Russian)
  8. Lahodyuk PZ, Ratych IB, Strazhnyk ZYa. Changes in the activity of protease and amylase in the mucous membranes of the digestive tract laying hens depending on the content of lysine, methionine and protein in the diet. Bulletin of agricultural science. 1986; 6. (in Ukrainian)
  9. Lahodyuk PZ, Ratych IB, Kyryliv YaI. Efficiency of use of sodium sulfate in feeding chickens. Journal of Agricultural Science. 1986; 5. (in Russian)
  10. Lahodyuk PZ, Ratych IB. Incorporation of 35S of various sulfur-containing compounds into chicken tissue proteins. VASKHNIL reports. 1974; (in Russian)





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