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Articles by A.A. Tameem Eldar
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  K.M. Elamin , I.A. Yousif , M.K.A. Ahmed , S.A. Mohammed and A.A. Tameem Eldar
  This experiment aimed at the estimation of the genetic parameters for morphometric traits of the Sudanese Local rabbits. Traits studied were: Body Weight (BWT), Ear Length (EL), Fore Limb (FL), Hind Limb (HL), Body Length (BL), height at wither (HTW), Nose to Shoulder (NS), Thigh Girth (TG), Tail Length (TL), abdominal circumference (ABC) and Heart Girth (HG). Data on 74 full pedigreed rabbits at 3 and 5 month of age were used to estimate the heritabilities, genetic, phenotypic and environmental correlation coefficients for these morphometric traits. Heritabilities and various correlation coefficients at 3 month were inestimable for EL. Heritabilties were estimated from sire component of variances. Heritabilities for other traits at this age were moderate to high (0.211-0.570) except for HG (0.130). The genetic correlations among traits studied were generally positive and high. On the other hand, heritability estimates at 5 month of age for all the traits studied were moderate to high (0.223-0.521). The genetic correlation coefficients at 5 month of age of heart girth with all traits studied except ear length (non estimable) and body length (moderate) were high. Whereas, the estimations of the genetic correlation coefficients for body weight with ear length, height at wither, nose to shoulder and tail length was low and negative. It is concluded that linear trait can be used, as alternative guide for body weight, in selection programs aiming at local rabbit improvement.
  E.H. Hassan , K.M. Elamin , Y.H. Elhashmi , H.O. Abdalla , A.A. Tameem Eldar and O.H. Arabi
  This experiment was conducted to assess the effects of incorporating roselle seed in ruminants feed. Crushed Roselle Seeds (CRS) meal was used at three levels (0, 15 and 25%), in three isocaloric, isonitrogenous diets (A, B and C, respectively). Thirty-six male lambs of Sudan desert sheep (Hamarri ecotype) were selected at average age of 4-5 months and average body weight of 21.8 kg. The lambs were randomly assigned to three treatments (12 animals each), each treatment was further subdivided into three groups of four animals (replicates). The lambs were fed on the experimental rations for 70 days. The study showed significant differences (p<0.05) among the different treatments for Average Final Body Weight Gain (AFBG), Average Total Weight Gain (ATG), Average Daily Feed Intake (ADFI) as percentage of live body weight, Feed Conversion Rate (FCR) and cost of 1 kg dry matter intake wihle there were no significant differences (p>0.05) among the different treatments for Average Initial Body Weight (AIW), average daily feed intake and Average Daily Weight Gain (ADG). According to the results, roselle seed meal had no adverse effects on ruminant’s performance; it maybe used up to 25% in lambs feeding with satisfactory results. In addition, roselle seed meal could be used as a source of protein for growing lambs and fattening of sheep instead of other oil seeds cakes during the dry seasons and the lack of other protein source.
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