Al-Atiyat R., 2006. Assessment of biodiversity of indigenous chicken in Jordan. Proceedings of the 8th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, August 13-18, 2006, Belo Horizonte, Brazil -.
Al-Atiyat R., 2006. Biodiversity of indigenous chicken in Jordan using DNA markers. Proceeding of 1st Egyptian-Jordanian Conference on Biotechnology and Sustainable Development, December 11-14, 2006, Cairo, Egypt -.
Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2009. DNA polymorphism of indigenous chickens in Jordan. Aian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 4: 237-244.CrossRef | Direct Link |
Al-Atiyat, R., 2008. Power of microsatelliate markers in detecting parentage of animals. Proceeding of the 2nd Jordanian Egyptian Conference on Biotechnology, November 11-13, 2008, Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan -.
Al-Atiyat, R., 2009. Diversity of chicken populations in Jordan determined using discriminant analysis of performance traits. Int. Journal Agric. Biol., 11: 374-380.Direct Link |
Al-Atiyat, R., M.J. Tabbaa and W.F. Lubbadeh, 1999. Some characteristics of lactation curve of Friesian cows in Jordan and factors affecting them. Int. Refereed Res. J. Dirasat Agri. Sci., 26: 50-64.Direct Link |
Al-Atiyat, R., T. Rewe, P. Herold and A.V. Zarate, 2010. A simulation study to compare different breeding scenarios for black bedouin goat in Jordan. Proceeding of the 3rd International Scientific Conference on Enhancement of Small Ruminant Production, February 8-11, 2010, Hurghada, Egypt -.
Al-Atiyat, R., W.D. Flood, I. Franklin, B.P. Kinghorn and A. Ruvinsky, 2002. Microsatellite variation and population genetic structure of selected Merino sheep flocks. Proceedings of the 7th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, August 19-23, 2002, Montpelier, France, pp: 98-.
Al-Atiyat, R., W.D. Flood, I. Franklin, B.P. Kinghorn and A. Ruvinsky, 2003. Genetic structure of selected Merino sheep populations. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Genetics, 6-11 July, 2003, Melbourne, Australia, pp: 133-.
Al-Atiyat, R.M. and M.A. Bdour, 2009. Using multiple logiostic regression to evaluate the adoption rate of feed block technology by sheep owners in Jordan. Jordan J. Agric. Res., 5: 26-37.Direct Link |
Al-Atiyat, R.M., 2009. Extinction probabilities of Jordan indigenous cattle using population viability analysis. Livest. Sci., 123: 121-128.CrossRef |
Tabbaa, M. and R. Al-Atiyat, 2003. Correlation among some characteristics of lactation curve and environmental factors of Friesian cows raised under the conditions of Jordan Valley. Dirasat Agric. Sci., 30: 143-148.Direct Link |
Tabbaa, M.J. and R. Al-Atiyat, 2009. Breeding objectives, selection criteria and factors influencing them for goat breeding in Jordan. Small Ruminant Res., 84: 8-15.CrossRef |