Hassan Habibi

Hassan Habibi
Persian Gulf University | PGU · Animal science

Assistant professor

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Additional affiliations
September 2014 - present
Persian Gulf University
Position
  • Assistant Professor of Avian Medicine
September 2003 - February 2014
Shiraz University
Position
  • PhD Student

Publications

Publications (51)
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In the interests of food safety and public health, plants and their compounds are now reemerging as an alternate approach to treat gastrointestinal diseases in chickens. In this study, we evaluated the impact of two edible multi-plant extract compounds on growth performance, gut bacteria, and hematological parameters, anticoccidial index (ACI), and...
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This study shows the effectiveness of diet containing Trachyspermum copticum (TC), Majorana hortensis Minch (MH), Stachys lavandulifolia Vahl (SL), and Zingiber officinale (ZO) on the growth performance, biochemical factors, and qualitative agents of eggs of Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) and their immune responses against Newcastle and Avian I...
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This study investigated the effect of Sargassum angustifolium and Gracilaria pulvinata extracts on the growth performance, body composition, antioxidant status and gut microbiota of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) fry. For this purpose, 540 fry of rainbow trout (initial weight 0.23±0.04g) were distributed in 12 fiberglass tanks. Fish were fed w...
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The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) emerged in December 2019 is rapidly spreading worldwide. Scientists are searching to find an effective treatment for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Several antiviral drugs are currently undergoing clinical trial studies to evaluate their safety and efficacy in the treatment of C...
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Background: Due to increased bacterial resistance to common antibiotics, the tendency towards using herbal extracts is increasing. Plantago major L, Plantago ovata, Lallemantia iberica L, Sinapis arvensis L, and Ficus carica are widely used as herbal plants in traditional medicine. They were known to have a variety of therapeutic effects. The curre...
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Newcastle disease (ND) is a major threat to poultry industry production throughout developing countries. The Newcastle disease viruses (NDVs) infecting industrialized and indigenous poultry in Iran are velogenic strains and responsible for the frequent outbreaks of ND in poultry farms even in vaccinated flocks causing serious economic losses in the...
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A 56-day nutritional research was performed to examine the influence of alternative vegetal protein and lipid sources on performance of yellowfin seabream fry (Acanthopagrus latus) (0.5 ± 0.0 g) fry. In this regard, five isoproteic (Ca. 500 g kg-1) and isolipidic (Ca. 150 g kg-1) diets were formulated in which fish meal (FM) and fish oil (FO) were...
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Newcastle disease (ND) is a major threat to poultry industry production throughout developing countries. The Newcastle disease viruses (NDVs) infecting industrialized and indigenous poultry in Iran are velogenic strains and responsible for the frequent outbreaks of ND in poultry farms even in vaccinated flocks causing serious economic losses in the...
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the potential effect of different levels of Gracilaria corticata (Gracilaria), Sargassum cristaefolium (Sargassum), Rhus coriaria (sumac), and Punica granatum (pomegranate) peel powdered on growth performance, carcass characteristics, and immune responses of Japanese quails against avian influenza and Newca...
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Deep water bodies constitute the strategic water reserves of Morocco. These natural resources are used in many activities such as irrigation in agriculture, and, more importantly, they are the source of fresh drinking water for the local population. However, these resources are vulnerable to anthropogenic and natural phenomena due to ongoing climat...
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Deep water bodies constitute the strategic water reserves of Morocco. These natural resources are used in many activities such as irrigation in agriculture, and, more importantly, they are the source of fresh drinking water for the local population. However, these resources are vulnerable to anthropogenic and natural phenomena due to ongoing climat...
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Deep water bodies constitute the strategic water reserves of Morocco. These natural resources are used in many activities such as irrigation in agriculture, and, more importantly, they are the source of fresh drinking water for the local population. However, these resources are vulnerable to anthropogenic and natural phenomena due to ongoing climat...
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The current study was conducted to examine the influences of Sargassam cristafolium, Gracilaria pulvinata, Rhus coriaria, and Punica granatum peel dried powder in two levels (10 and 20gr/kg) of dietary on productive performance and some egg quality characteristics of laying Japanese quail. A total of 675 (49 days old) Japanese quail were randomly d...
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Escherichia coli and Salmonella spp are two bacterial infectious diseases responsible for heavy economic losses in the poultry industry. The emergence of antimicrobial resistance and its potential harmful threat to human health has led to a need to find safe alternatives for the control of these bacteria. To this end, the use of herbal remedies in...
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Escherichia coli and Salmonella spp are two bacterial infectious diseases responsible for heavy economic losses in the poultry industry. The emergence of antimicrobial resistance and its potential harmful threat to human health has led to a need to find safe alternatives for the control of these bacteria. To this end, the use of herbal remedies in...
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Herbal compounds with antimicrobial effects are of major considerations because of increasing antimicrobial resistance of pathogenic bacteria. In this study, we investigated the antimicrobial effects of Melissa officinalis L, Plantago major L, Orobancha crenata Forsk, Phoenix dactylifera, Ziziphus mauritiana and Teucrium Polium seed extracts on som...
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This experiment was conducted to investigate the effects of some nutritional herbal plants powder on growth performance, Biochemical factors and Qualitative agent in Japanese quail eggs. These plants include: Trachyspermum copticum, Majorana hortensis Minch, Stachys lavandulifolia Vahl and Zingiber officinale that the major compounds of their essen...
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Fundamental research on plants in order to identify their pharmaceutical agents and their effects on pathogens has been increased in medicinal plant research centers around the world, especially in Iran. This study has been conducted to determine the antibacterial effects of Pulicaria gnaphalode, Ducrosia anethifolia, Trachyspermum copticum, Foenic...
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Objectives: In response to the propagation of bacteria resistant to many antibiotics, the discovery of new and more efficient antibacterial agents is Inevitable. The present study was designed to evaluate the antimicrobial activity of five essential oil of medical plants. Materials & Methods: The method for extraction of essential oil is called Hyd...
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Flies are the most important insect pest associated with poultry, where the accumulated organic waste and favorable environmental conditions often promote rapid development of large populations. This study aims to evaluate flies as a vector for avian viral pathogens. A total of 90 flies were collected from campus of School of Veterinary Medicine, S...
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Sediments can enter and obstruct intakes and greatly accelerate abrasion of hydraulic machinery, thereby decreasing its efficiency and increasing maintenance costs. So, sediment management in river and waterways has been an important issue for water managers throughout history. The submerged vane technique is a new and efficient method with positiv...
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The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of administrating herbal extracts of Echinacea purpurea and Thymus vulgaris into broilers drinking water on performance, immune response and serum biochemical and Phyto hemagglutinin. 270 day-old Ross chicks were assigned to nine dietary treatments in a randomized manner. Each treatment was giv...
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Global environmental change and rapid destruction of natural habitats necessitate the conservation of endangered and threatened birds of prey. Recently, molecular sex identification methods based on amplification of introns of chromodomain-helicase DNA binding protein1 (CHD1) have provided valuable tools for ecological study and conservation breedi...
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Background: Pulicaria gnaphalodes, Ducrosia anethifolia, Trachyspermum copticum, Foeniculum vulgare Mill and Majorana hortensis Minch are widely used as herbal plants in traditional medicine and they have been reported to have a variety of therapeutic effects. This study was carried out to evaluate the antimicrobial effects of essential oils (EOs)...
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Department Of Animal Science, College Of Agriculture, Persian Gulf University, Bushehr, Iran
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Trials to compare mating ratios are important for optimizing the breeding efficiency of broilerbreeder flocks.The study provides information on the reproductive performance of broiler breeder flock (Ross308) maintained at different male: female (M: F) ratios. 381, thirty week-old broiler breeders were randomly divided into three experimental groups...
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In response to the propagation of bacteria resistant to many antibiotics, the discovery of new and more efficient antibacterial agents is primordial. The present study was designed to evaluate the antimicrobial activity of three extracts of medical plants, Cichorium intybus, Dorema aucheri and Prangos ferulacea against some food born pathogens. The...
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This study was conducted to assess efficacy of heat-stable I-2 vaccine against Newcastle diseases in vaccinated and vaccinated in contact birds group following challenge against virulent Newcastle disease (ND) virus in village chicken. Also, to assess whether birds that have been exposed to vaccine virus-shedding, birds were protected against morta...
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Safe alternative anticoccidial drug to chemical feed additives are herbal extracts, because they don’t results to tissue residue and drug resistance. In order to evaluate the effects of herbal extracts to control avian coccidiosis, 180 one-day-old broiler chickens were randomly divided into nine equal groups, as follows: (1) Biarum bovei (2) Nectar...
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Acute phase responses in commercial broiler chickens experimentally infected with a highly virulent Newcastle disease virus strain, Onl J Vet Res., 18(6): 495-502, 2014. Acute phase responses (APRs) are proteins whose plasma concentrations increase or decrease in response to inflammation. Measurement of APRs is a useful marker of inflammation in ve...
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Acute phase responses in village chickens challenged by a wild Newcastle disease virus isolate (JF820294.1.), Onl J Vet Res., 17(10):571-577, 2013. Acute phase proteins (APP) are synthesized in the liver during the acute phase response (APR). APP increase with trauma, infection, stress, neoplasia, inflammation and viral disease, conditions present...
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Low-pathogenic avian influenza virus (H9N2) is circulating in the poultry industry of many countries in the Middle East and Asia, causing serious economic damage. In this study the clinical signs, antibody response, viral shedding and efficacy of oil emulsion vaccines in Chukar partridges were investigated until 9 days post inoculation (d.p.i.). Se...
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Background: With increasing concern about antibiotics resistance, the ban on sub-therapeutic antibiotics usage in Europe and the potential for a ban in the United States, there is an increasing interest in fi nding alternatives to antibiotics in poultry production. Probiotics are one of the approaches that have a potential to reduce chances of infe...
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Brachiocephalic arteries (left and right) in chicken are large arteries and information about their quantitative microanatomy remains scarce. The purpose of this study was to compare the width diameter of the brachiocephalic arteries layers in chicken at different ages (Gallus gallus domesticus). Three healthy chickens at four different ages (days...
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To determine the effect of Berberis vulgaris extract on the intestinal morphology, 1-day-old broiler chickens had their diet supplemented with 2 and 4% barberry water extract for 3 days. On day 45, all chicks in each group were killed and morphometric analysis of the intestine was performed. The duodenal villous length and surface area were signifi...
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Salmonellosis is the most important zoonotic disease, causing diarrhea and systemic infections. Due to poor management in antibiotic consumption, microbial resistance has increased in the treatment of zoonotic diseases. This study was conducted to evaluate the antimicrobial susceptibility of Salmonella spp. isolated from day-old broiler chickens wh...
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Mosleh, N., S. Nazifi, H. Nili & H. Habibi, 2013. Effect of H9N2 virus infection on the acute phase response in chukar partridges (Alectoris chukar). Bulg. J. Vet. Med., 16, No 1, 20−28. To determine the effect of H9N2 avian influenza virus (AIV) infection on the acute phase response, the serum concentrations of the inflammatory mediators, acute ph...
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Coccidiosis is a disease of almost universal importance in Poultry production. The subclinical form of coccidiosis has most significant economic impact due to impaired growth rate and feed conversion. Some factors such as: age, size of flock, season, etc., may effect on severity of this disease. In this study, the relationships between some major r...
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Heparanase, a glycohydrolase enzyme, cleaves heparan sulfate in the tissue matrix. Heparan sulfate degradation causes the release of angiogenic and growth factors, leading to angiogenesis. The aim of this paper was to evaluate the angiogenic effect of heparinase-III administration on skin autograft healing in rat. Four groups of 14 adult male Charl...

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