1-  أبحاث منشورة من رسالة الماجستير:

1.      Effect of different processing methods on utilization of feather meal by broiler chicks. Egyptian Poultry Science Journal. Vol. 14.  1994 (191-216).

2-  أبحاث منشورة من رسالة الدكتوراه:

2.      The Optimum use of slaughter house poultry by-products for feeding broiler chicks. Egyptian  Poultry  Science Journal. Vol. 18 (II) Aug. 1998 (291-310).

3-  أبحاث منشورة

3.      Evaluation of probiotic in broiler diets based on plant proteins.  Egyptian Journal of Nutrition and Feeds. Vol. 4 (Special Issue), October, 2001 Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. (957-965).

 

 

4.      Effect of feeding regimen and body weight of MANDARAH local strain on    Performance of males and sexual maturity of females. Egyptian Journal of Nutrition and Feeds. Vol. 4 (Special Issue),    October, 2001 Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. (1057-1067).

 

 

5.       Effect of feeding regimen and body weight of MANDARAH local strain on Productive and reproductive performance of laying hens. Egyptian Journal of Nutrition and Feeds. Vol. 4 (Special Issue),    October, 2001 Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. (1069-1078).

 

6.      Comparison between animal protein and plant protein supplemented with the growth promoter enramycin in broiler chick diets. Egyptian Poultry Science Journal  Vol 21 (I) Jan 2001 (151-163).

 

7.      Performance of broiler chicks as affected by using poultry by-product meal and probiotic supplementation. Egyptian Poultry Science Journal Vol 22 (III) Sep 2002 (745-761).

 

8.      Black seed forms and its effect on rabbits performance and blood constituents. 3rd Sci. Conf. on Rabbit Production in Hot Climates, 8-11 October, 2002, Hurghada, Egypt, (579-588).: http://pan-am.uniserve.com/pg003803.htm

 

9.      Effect of replacing yellow corn by sorghum grains in japanese quail diets.    Egyptian Journal of Nutrition and Feeds. Vol. 6 (Special Issue), October, 2003 Hurghada, Egypt.(157-167).

 

10.   Influence of oil source and level on growth performance and carcass composition of japanese quail.  Egyptian Journal of Nutrition and Feeds. Vol. 6 (Special Issue), October, 2003 Hurghada, Egypt.185-196.

 

11.   Effect of feeding systems and phytase supplementation on the performance of  broiler chicks during summer season.  Egyptian Poultry Science Journal  Vol 24 (II) Jun 2004 (297-312).

 

12.   Effect of using different levels of available phosphorus and microbial phytase on the performance of broiler chicks. The 3rd International Poultry Conference. 4-7 April 2005. Hurghada, Egypt.

 

13.   Effect of dietary Cotula Cinerea meal levels on performance, digestibility, carcass traits and microbial status of growing rabbits under desert conditions. Egyptian Poultry Science Journal. Vol. (26) (III): (1011-1029). 2006.

 

14.  Effect of using different levels of biologically treated rice straw in growing rabbit diets on growth performance, nutrients digestibility and some physiological parameters. Egyptian Journal of Rabbit Science, 16 (2):191- 209 (2006).

 

15.  Response of broiler chicks to some dietary growth promoters throughout different growth periods. Egyptian Poultry Science Journal. Vol. (27) (I): (53-77). 2007.

 

16.  Efficiency of using oil and dry fat through different feeding systems on the performance of broiler chicks. The 4th World Poultry Conference 27-30 March 2007, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.

 

17.  Effect of using some natural herbs through different feeding systems on the performance of broiler chicks during summer season. The 11th Scientific Conference of Animal Nutrition. 12-15 November, 2007. Luxor City, Egypt.

 

18.   Study on the optimal crude papaya latex content of growing rabbit diet under summer conditions: effects on growth performance and immune status international journal of poultry science 7 (10): 978-983, 2008.

 http://scialert.net/asci/author.php?author=A.S.%20Abd&last=El-Hakim

 

19.   Responses of growth performance, bone measurements, intestine measurements, and plasma constituents of Muscovy ducklings to different levels of nonphytate phosphorus and dietary phytase supplementation during summer season.  14th Egyptian Animal Production Society& 3rd Animal Production Research Institute Scientific Conference. Cairo, 17-18 December 2008.

 

20.   Role of phytase supplementation into Muscovy ducks diet in thermo- and osmoregulation during summer season. Egyptian Poultry Science Journal. Vol. 28 (IV): (1059-1081). 2008.

 

21.   Use of organic acid, herbs and their combination to improve the utilization of commercial low protein broiler diets. International Journal of Poultry Science 8 (1): 14-20, 2009.http://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=ijps.2009.14.20

 

22.   Liquorice (glycyrrhiza glabra) extract supplementation to broiler chicks diets through different feeding systems during summer season. The 5th International Poultry Conference 10-13 March 2009, Taba, Egypt.

 

23.  Performance and immunocomptence of broilers as affected by dietary zinc, protein level and phytase supplementation during summer season. The 5th International Poultry Conference 10-13 March 2009, Taba, Egypt.

 

24.  Effect of crude papaya latex supplementation on   some production, digestion and reproduction traits of rabbits. The 5th International Poultry Conference 10-13 March 2009, Taba, Egypt.

 

25. New modulation in early nutrition for broiler chicks fed 1- Low protein diets.

26. New modulation in early nutrition for broiler chicks fed 2- Low energy diets.

27. New modulation in early nutrition for broiler chicks fed 3- Low protein with low energy diets.

 

ملخصات أبحاث منشورة بمجلات عالميه (ABSTRACTS)

28.   Evaluation of different fatty acid methyl ester preparation procedures for analysis of egg fat with emphasis on omega-3, omega-6 and conjugated linoleic acids. Vol. 86, Suppl. 1. M58. page 22. Annual Meeting of Poultry ScienceAssociation July. 2007. http://adsa.asas.org/meetings/2007/abstracts/0021.PDF 

 

29.   Effect of dietary lipids and time of feeding on immune tissue n-6 and n-3 fatty acid distribution during lipopolysaccharide challenge in broiler chickens. Vol. 86, Suppl. 1. T225. Page  313.  Annual   Meeting of   Poultry   Science   Association   July.  2007.

http://adsa.psa.ampa.asas.org/meetings/2007/2007Program-Scientific.pdf

 

30.   Breeder hen age and dietary oils affect egg quality and yolk lipid components. Poultry Science Association Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina July.  2009.

http://ans.oregonstate.edu/news/newsletters/newjul09.pdf

 

 

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