Awohouedji Doha Yetongnon G.Université Nationale d'Agriculture · Ecole de Gestion et d'Exploitation des Systèmes d'Elevage
Awohouedji Doha Yetongnon G.
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Dr. Doha Y. G. AWOHOUEDJI has got his Ph.D. in May 2014 at the University of Abomey-Calavi. Dr. Doha Y. G. AWOHOUEDJI works on three levels: (i) nutriceuticals’ inventory and uses evaluation in ruminant production; (ii) local and exotic bovine species’ weight growth and dairy production (iii) the development of non-conventional breeding and (iv) sustainable animal production with the development of mitigation and adaptation methods for livestock production.
November 2015 - present
National University of Agriculture
August 2014 - September 2014
the IAFOR north american conference series 2014
- Senior Reviewer
Twenty six woody species consumed during the dry season by ruminants were identified from previous studies in northeastern Benin. The present work aims to characterize these forages depending on their feeding value. Thus, their nu- tritive composition and in vitro digestibility with pepsine cellulose was performed. Finally, they were characterized...
There are rainfall dependent and rainfall less dependent forages. The present study, conducted in districts of Nikki, Kalalé, Ségbana and Gogounou located in north-east of Benin republic, deals with less dependent on rainfall ligneous’ forage which are important forages resources available and accessible throughout the year. The methodological appr...
Bioactive plants especially tanniniferous plants represent a promising alternative for controlling gastrointestinal nematodes of small ruminants. Both in vitro and in vivo studies have shown the anthelmintic properties of P.biglobosa and P. erinaceus. This experiment aimed to evaluate the effects of P. biglobosa and P. erinaceus in Djallonké sheep....
Laying performance of 168 breeders and growth rates of 420 juveniles on both substrates (Tectona grandis sawdust and compost) for 12 weeks was determined in African giant snails Archachatina marginata. The experimental design was a simple randomized block with two treatments and three repetitions. The substrate has a negative effect on laying rate...
One most worrying diseases in pig breeding in Benin is the African swine fever (ASF) which made important economic losses. This study aims to make Parakou’s pig farms’s typology and ASF’s epidemiologic’s study. A survey was been done on 10 % Parakou’s pig’s farms number that’s mean 69 farms. For ASF’s epidemiologic study, 41 samples of organs (live...
ATELIER 1 2. TITRE : Étude des propriétés anthelminthiques de Boerhavia diffusa et de Khaya senegalensis sur les nématodes Haemonchus contortus chez les ovins Djallonké. 3. AUTEURS : Doha Yétongnon Gnimansou AWOHOUEDJI 1 ; Géorcellin ALLOWANOU 1 ; Adam D. ADENILE 1 ; Sévérin BABATOUNDE 3 ; Marcel HOUINATO 2 ; Sylvie HOUNZANGBE-ADOTE 1 4. INSTITUTIO...
This work aimed to valorize two underused medicinal forage: Boerhavia diffusa and Khaya senegalensis. The two species have been identified by comparing the pasture’s species list with African medicinal plants list. It has been divided on two parts: literature review and experimentations. So the first chapter in the second part aimed to determine an...
There’s a great opportunity of studying some underutilized forage in the natural pasture which had therapeutic properties. When comparing the pasture’s species list with African medicinal plants list, we had five forage, which have strong therapeutic properties. The leafy stems and leaves of Boerhavia diffusa are cut as a fodder for sheep and also...
Ensuring a better integration of natural resources in the animal feeds remains the main challenge that farmers face most of the time. The present study, conducted in the breeding farm of Betecourou, deals with the nutritional value of two plant species both forage and anthelmintic, notably the Khaya senegalensis (Desr. ) A. Juss and the Boerhavia d...
L’élevage des petits ruminants est une activité culturelle pratiquée par la grande majorité (90 %) de la population béninoise. C’est un élevage familial avec un effectif moyen de 2 à 10 têtes. Hormis les fonctions de prestige et d'épargne, ces animaux interviennent pour augmenter le revenu des éleveurs àtravers d'une part, la vente des animaux et d...
Reproductive performance and milk production of Girolando cows imported from Brazil to the Kpinnou ranch in southwest Benin - Volume 1 Issue 2 - Ibrahim Alkoiret Traore, Hadia Mama Yari, Doha Yétongnon Gnimansou Awohouedji, Richard Lokossou
Les paramètres démographiques des cheptels de bovins de race Borgou et N’Dama de la Ferme d’Elevage de l’Okpara ont été étudiés de 1994 à 2008. Le cheptel Borgou a comporté une proportion élevée (p<0,05) de mâles (35,3 vs. 26,1%) et une faible (p<0,05) proportion de femelles (64,7 vs. 73,9%) par rapport au cheptel N’dama. Le taux d’avortement était...
Afin de caractériser les systèmes d’élevage bovin de la commune de Gogounou au nord-est du Bénin, une enquête concernant 102 élevages ayant un effectif total de 7.769 têtes de bovins a été réalisée. En utilisant les méthodes d’analyse factorielle des correspondances multiples (AFCM) et de classification hiérarchique ascendante (CAH), une typologie...
Therapeutic Uses - The leaves, stems and seeds of quinoa are traditionally used for medicinal purposes by indigenous peoples of the Andes because of their healing properties, anti-inflammatory, analgesic (toothache) and urinary tract disinfectant. They are also used in the treatment of fractures, internal bleeding and as an insect repellent.
Use as nutraceutical - A quinoa protein concentrate food or pharmaceutical grade can be used as an ingredient in dietary supplements intended for human or animal consumption.
Pharmaceutical Uses - saponins extracted quinoa bitter varieties have properties that can alter the permeability of the intestine and aid the absorption of certain drugs.
How can I calculate the metabolizable energy with the gross energy, the dry matter, the organic matter, the crude protein, the non-nitrogenous materials, the total ash, fat, ADF and NDF and their digestibility?