Ahmed SeioudyEge University · Department of Animal Science
PhD in Animal Physiology
Apply research to improve the reproductive efficiency in farm animals.
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Citations since 2017
6 Research Items
PhD in Animal Physiology. A researcher in Animal Science at ARC. Interest in Animal Physiology and Animal Husbandry to improve productive and reproductive efficiency in farm animals. Areas of interest in dairy ruminant production (milk quality, lactation physiology) and livestock reproduction (fertility and semen quality).
April 2008 - present
- ▪ Carry out of applied and developmental scientific research to solve problems relating to livestock farming in Egypt and dissemination of results to get benefit from them. ▪ Support added values for camel dairy products, meat and wool to increase the income from camel breeding and promote formation of camel herds. ▪ Provide technical guidance to breeders and training of cadres guidance.
Turkey's consumers to reach the level of developed countries consumption of milk holds an important place in human nutrition milk consumption is conducting research to determine their preferences, consumers need is an important content of both producers. In this context, evaluating the aforementioned studies on the basis of provinces will provide m...
Total number of forty testes from twenty Sudani camels (Camelus dromedarius) were used in the present study (>5-10 years old and 500-600 kg body weight). The experimental work was executed to define the effect of green laser irradiation with short-wavelength 532 nm and continuous wave from a diode laser light with a total output power of 3 mW on ep...
Objective: To analyze the lactose sensitivity towards milk consumption of households living in the urban part of Bornova district of Izmir. Material and Methods: In the research, data were collected from 271 household members living in Bornova district center by using the proportional sample size formula. In the analysis of the collected data, firs...
Purpose: Study the effect of milking interval on alveolar versus cisternal milk accumulation and milk composition in Egyptian Maghrebi camels. Material-Method: Cisternal and alveolar milk volume were measured in Egyptian Maghrebi dairy camels (n=10) at mid-late lactation [281±41 days in milk, 4.2±0.3 L/d] after 4, 8, 12, 16, 20 and 24 h of milk acc...
Effects of six different milking intervals (4, 8, 12, 16, 20 and 24-h) on milk yield and milk composition were studied in Egyptian Maghrebi dairy camels (n=10) at mid-late lactation [281±41 days in milk, 4.2±0.3 l/d]. Intravenous injection of oxytocin (OT) was administered before milking at each experimental milking to induce complete milk ejection...
Ten multiparous Maghrebi she-camels (Camelus dromedarius L.) were used to study the lactational effects of applying 6 milking intervals (4, 8, 12, 16, 20 and 24 h) in mid-late lactation (281±41 d in milk). Milking intervals were applied individually and randomly during 5 consecutive days. Camels were in loose stalls, fed forage and concentrate, and...
Ten multiparous Maghrebi she-camels (Camelus dromedarius L.) were used to study the effects of 6 milking intervals (4, 8, 12, 16, 20 and 24 h) at mid-late lactation (281 ± 41 d in milk) on milk partitioning between udder compartments, milk yield and milk composition. Camels were kept in loose stalls, fed forage and concentrate, and hand milked twic...
Ten multiparous Maghrebi dairy she-camels (Camelus dromedarius L.) were used immediately after winter calving to study the chemical composition of milk through lactation. In addition, between 2004 and 2011, 748 records of 43 Maghrebi she-camels during 73 lactations were analyzed for evaluating their potential milk yield (MY) and lactation curve cha...
Ten multiparous Maghrebi dairy she-camels (Canelus dromedarirs Z.) were used directly after winter calviDg to study some blood serum biochenical parameters telated to oilk production in Maghrebi she-camels during lactation. Also, the effects ofsome environmental factors were studied on the blood parameters. Most of blood palameters analysis showed...
catTen Egyptian camels (Camelus dromedarius L.) at mid lactation (281±41 d in milk) from the Matrouh Station of APRI were used. Camels have 10.3±0.9 yr (parity, 5.8±0.6) and 484±29 kg LW, were adapted to be hand-milked (8:00 and 20:00 h) without calf suckling and yielded 4.4±0.4 L/d of milk. They were in loose stalls and feeding was 3.5 kg/d concen...