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Articles by A.U. Junaidu
Total Records ( 2 ) for A.U. Junaidu
  A.U. Junaidu , M.D. Salihu and M.L. Gulumbe
  Serum samples from sheep collected from the Sokoto city abattoir were tested for brucellosis using the Rose Bengal Plate Test (RBPT), the Serum Agglutination Test (SAT) and the Competitive ELISA (Compelisa). A sero prevalence rate of 23.61% was recorded. The prevalence was higher among the females (26.71%) than males (15.30%) and also in those within the age band of 12-24 months (26.19%). Out of the three breeds of Udah, Yankassa and Balami, Udah was observed to have the highest prevalence of 30.76%. It is recommended that a large monitoring of the disease in small ruminants as well as mass vaccination should be embarked upon in the State.
  E.A. Ogunsan , J.K. Ipinjolu , A.I. Daneji , D.O. Ehizibolo , A.U. Junaidu , U.M. Chafe and F.M. Tambuwal
  In an experiment conducted to determine the effect of including Monechma ciliatum (MC) in the diet of rabbit at 0 (control) 10, 20 and 30% levels, the results showed that increasing the level of supplementation of MC beyond 10% decreased feed intake and subsequently live weight gain. Dry matter digestibility also follow similar pattern. The least cost of feed per kilogram (kg) live weight gain of $0.75 also occurred at the 10% inclusion level of MC. Although, blood parameters differed between treatments, they were mostly within physiological limits, suggesting no adverse effects in feeding MC to the animals.
 
 
 
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