Adel Eid Mohamed Mahmoud

Adel Eid Mohamed Mahmoud
Cairo University | CU · Department of Animal Production

Ph.D

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May 2016 - July 2016
Cairo University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
May 2016 - present
Cairo University, FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE
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  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (48)
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Clays such as bentonite, humic acid, and zeolite are frequently suggested to have a special buffer role in the modulating capacity of rumen cation exchange in livestock diets to reduce ammonia emissions and modulate rumen fermentation. An in vitro experiment was conducted to determine the effect of adding three different clay minerals in four level...
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Background and Objective: Medicinal plants and their Essential Oils (EO) are considered safe alternatives to antibiotics in animal feeding. So, this study aimed to evaluate the effect of thyme leaves or EO on the lactation performance of Damascus goats. Materials and Methods: Thirty-six multiparous lactating Damascus goats (4 years old, an average...
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This study aimed to determine the effect of zeolite addition in comparison to sodium bicarbonate as a rumen buffer on the growth performance of lambs and nitrogen utilization. Thirty growing Barki lambs (live body weight 34±0.1kg, age: 6 months); divided into three groups (10 in each). Animal groups were randomly divided as follows: G1 (control gro...
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Crude protein content in animal diet is considered the first important factor for nutritionists when they start to formulate a diet for different types of animals. Therefore, this experiment was conducted to investigate the effect of substituting soybean seed meal by different protein sources on lamb’s diet in terms of nutrients digestibility, and...
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Background and Objective: Nanoparticles with a little size to an enormous surface (1-100 nm) have expected clinical, mechanical and agricultural applications. This study aimed to produce nano Zinc Oxide (ZnO) and nano Copper Oxide (CuO) particles by green synthesis. Materials and Methods: Two strains of Pseudomonas fluorescens i.e., PSI and PSII, b...
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Background and Objective: Functional foods became important, plus containing essential nutrients to achieves health benefits. So, this study aimed to examine the effects of the inclusion of full-fat linseed and soy seed in an extruded form on the performance of dairy Damascus goats. Materials and Methods: Sixty dairy goats divided into 4 groups (40...
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Background and objective: The use of aromatic and herbal plants as a feed additive became a new trend in feeding dairy cows to enhance animal productivity. This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of adding some herbal and aromatic plants (Melissa, Fennel and Caraway) at 0.7% of total DM of rations. Materials and methods: Three herbal pla...
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Background and objectives: Using agro-industrial waste in animal diet became a new strategy in the animal feeding system to decrease the cost of nutrition. This study aimed to investigate the effects of usage tomato pomace, citrus and beet pulp in dried form in diets on the performance of lactating buffaloes and milk quality. Materials and method...
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Background and Objective: Protein considered the second main nutrient in diet formulation for all types of animals after energy. Present study aimed to evaluate the effect of different treatments on the nutritive value of Jatropha meal (JM) by in vitro and in vivo trials as protein source in sheep diet. Materials and Methods: Chemical composition,...
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Background and objective: Protein considered the second main nutrient in diet formulation for all types of animals after energy. Present study aimed to evaluate the effect of different treatments on the nutritive value of Jatropha meal (JM) by in vitro and in vivo trials as protein source in sheep diet. Materials and methods: Chemical compositio...
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Twenty-five Barki lambs with an average body weight of 25 ±0.5Kg, at 8-months of age, were divided into 5-groups of 5-animals each, according to their live body weight in growth trial lasted for 90 days to study effect of replacing yellow corn by beet pulp in lambs diets with or without fibrolytic enzymes on carcass characteristics and meat quality...
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The purpose of this study was to determine effect of partial or complete replacement of corn grains by dried sugar beet pulp on rumen parameters. The yellow corn was substituted by dried sugar beet pulp at 25 (D1), 50 (D2), 75 (D3), and 100% (D4). Results of chemical composition analyses indicated that DM, OM, ash and CP contents did not differ amo...
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Background and objective: Medicinal herbs and aromatic plants could be used to manipulate rumen fermentation. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of adding herbal and aromatic plants at 1, 3, 5, 7% of total ratio DM supplementation of the incubation media of an in vitro rumen model. Material and methods: About 400±4 mg of feed sample (rougha...
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Experiments were conducted to study the effect of using dried orange pulp (DOP), as an alternative energy source in the ration of Holstein dairy cows, on nutrient digestibility, blood constituents, level of antioxidants in plasma, and presence and count of fecal pathogenic bacteria e.g. E. coli and Salmonella spp. Forty lactating Holstein cows, wei...
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The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of adding morjoram and thyme plants at 4, 12, 20, 28 mg to the dry matter used in the incubation media of an in-vitro rumen model. Digestibility of dry matter (IVDMD) , organic matter digestibility (IVOMD) , total gas production (TG) , pH , ammonia ( NH3) and Volatile fatty acid (VFA) were stud...
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Background and objective: Olive by-products could be a suitable alternative feedstuffs ingredient in ruminants rations. This study was carried out to evaluate effects of replacing clover hay by olive cake with or without addition of poly ethylene glycol in growing lambs ration. Methodology: Thirty five Barki lambs averaged 34 kg body weight and...
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this study was conducted to evaluate the effect of chromium methionine on some productive performances and physiological responses of growing Barki lambs. Thirty-three lambs averaged 35.37 kg body weight; 5 months old were divided into 3 similar groups of 11 animals according to their live weight. The three groups were assigned at random to the thr...
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his study was conducted to evaluate the effect of chromium methionine on some productive performances and physiological responses of growing Barki lambs. Thirty-three lambs averaged 35.37 kg body weight; 5 months old were divided into 3 similar groups of 11 animals according to their live weight. The three groups were assigned at random to the thre...
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nutrient requirements of dairy animals are the main factor affecting on productive and reproductive performance. So, the objective of the study was to evaluate the nutrient requirements of dairy cattle performed by NRC could be to meet lactating Egyptian buffalo's nutrient requirements. Twenty four lactating buffaloes at third to fifth seasons of l...
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The objective of the study was to evaluate wild forage plant species derived from Egyptian rangelands based on the determination of their chemical composition, in vitro digestibility and gross energy value. Twenty four wild palatable forage plants were identified and analyzed for crude fiber, ether extract, crude protein, nitrogen free extract, ash...
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The objective of the study was to evaluate the effects of bakery by-products BBP inclusion (0; 30 and 60% DM basis) to replace yellow corn and wheat bran in the concentrate feed mixtures on digestibility, blood and ruminal parameters, growth performance, meat analysis and feed intake of growing lambs. Fifty one Barki lambs with body weight of 30±0....
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The experiment examined the effect of partial or whole replacement of yellow corn in growing Barki lambs rations by dried sugar beet pulp (SBP) on digestibility, blood parameters and growth performance. Forty Barki lambs averaged (30 kg live body weight) and 6 months old were divided into 5 groups of 8 lambs each for 90 days trial. All tested ratio...
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Background: One hundred and eight weaned NZW rabbits used to investigate the effect of using remnants of mint, fennel, basil and anise with or without probiotic to replace 50% from alfalfa hay in rabbit’s diets. This part of study had shown the effects of experimental diets on rabbit meat composition and its fatty and amino acids. Materials and Met...
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To study the effect of dried distillers grains with soluble (DDGS), Forty growing Barki lambs averaged 31.24±16 kg body weight were divided into 4 feeding groups (10 each) according to live weight for 90 days in a growth trial. Animals in each group were fed one of the experimental rations consists of rice straw plus concentrate feed mixture (CFM)...
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This study was undertaken with the objective of studying the effect of supplementation of herbal additives on nutrient utilization, performance, carcass yield and immune response in growing rabbits. Seventy two weaned New Zealand White rabbits of similar age ((6 weeks) and body weight (475 g) were divided into 6 groups of 12 animals each. Six treat...
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This study aimed to evaluate effect of using exogenous fibrolytic enzymes on productive performance of dairy cows and milk curve response at different lactation stages. One hundred and sixteen multiparous cows were randomly assigned into two groups; fifty eight cows in each. Each group was contained 12 cows in early lactation 40±6 Days In Milk (DIM...
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This study aimed to evaluate the effects of feeding lactating buffaloes on different dietary protein sources on amino acids profile of milk and milk urea nitrogen. Eight lactating Egyptian buffaloes in second lactation season weighed 730±32 kg in average were used after 8 weeks after calving, the animals arranged in three swing over design. Tested...
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The main objective of the current study is to evaluate tomato pomace silage as a source of roughage feed for lactating animals. Twenty lactating Egyptian buffaloes at the second/third season of lactation were used in the present study. The animals were randomly divided to two groups (ten buffaloes in each) using the complete random design. The anim...
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The present study aimed to evaluate the effect of common reed silage on the performance of growing lambs. Twenty Barki (33±0.57 kg) and 9 months old were divided into four equal groups in 90 days experimental period. The treatments were; (C) as a control group were animals fed clover hay plus Concentrate Feed Mixture (CFM), while, the experimental...
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Abstract: The main objective of the current study is to evaluate tomato pomace silage as a source of roughage feed for lactating animals. Twenty lactating Egyptian buffaloes at the second/third season of lactation were used in the present study. The animals were randomly divided to two groups (ten buffaloes in each) using the complete random design...
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The present study aims to evaluate the effets of in-activated and dried yeast on Barki lambs. For that purpose thirty growing Barki male lambs (averaged 27 kg body weight, 9 months old) were divided into 3 groups (10 in each) according to live body weight for 90 days trial to study the effects of yeast supplementation on digestibility, growth perfo...
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The present study aims to evaluate the effets of in-activated and dried yeast on Barki lambs. For that purpose thirty growing Barki male lambs (averaged 27 kg body weight, 9 months old) were divided into 3 groups (10 in each) according to live body weight for 90 days trial to study the effects of yeast supplementation on digestibility, growth perfo...
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This study included two experiments to investigate the effect of whole substitution of soybean meal and cotton seed meal by Nigella sativa meal (NSM) and sesame seed meal (SSM) as sources of protein in growing Barki lambs and growing calves ration on growth performance, digestibility and economical study. Experiment I: Fourteen Barki lambs averaged...
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This study aimed to find out the impact of partial substitution of dietary protein by Nigella sativa meal (NSM) and Sesame Seed Meal (SSM) on milk yield and composition, digestibility, some of blood parameters as well as economic efficiency. Sixteen lactating multiparous Egyptian buffaloes were used 8 weeks after calving. They were assigned into fo...
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This study aimed to find out the impact of partial substitution of dietary protein by Nigella sativa meal (NSM) and Sesame Seed Meal (SSM) on milk yield and composition, digestibility, some of blood parameters as well as economic efficiency. Sixteen lactating multiparous Egyptian buffaloes were used 8 weeks after calving. They were assigned into fo...
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This study aimed to investigate the effect of partial substitution of yellow corn by dried sugar beet pulp at levels of 50 and 75 % supplemented or not with fibrolytic enzymes in rations on nutrient digestibility, rumen liquor parameters, some blood parameters and performance of growing Barki lambs. Twenty Barki lambs averaged 25 ±0.5Kg body weight...
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The objective of the present study was to investigate the effect of inclusion different types of forage in dairy buffaloes rations on the performance of milk production. Twelve multi parous Egyptian buffaloes, after 8 weeks of calving (averaged 550 kg live body weight) were assigned into three groups of 4 buffaloes in 3x3 Latin square design. Each...
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Metabolism trials were carried out using four mature males of Sudanese camels; Camelius dromedaries to evaluate the nutritive value of date stone (DS) and olive cake (OC), palm leaves (PL) and barley grains (BG) or their mixture. Results indicated that barley grains showed significantly (p<0.05) higher digestibility and nutritive value in all nutri...

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To investigate if natural zeolite (clinoptilolite) could replace sodium bicarbonate as a buffer in sheep ration, and to evaluate the effects of sodium bicarbonate and natural zeolite additions on nutrients digestibility, growth performance, blood parameters and ruminal fermentation characteristics of barki lambs and economical efficiency and nitrogen loss in feces.
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produce milk replacers for cattle and buffaloes