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Articles by Abdalla M. Abdelatif
Total Records ( 2 ) for Abdalla M. Abdelatif
  Alia S.A. Amin , Khalid A. Abdoun and Abdalla M. Abdelatif
  The present study has been conducted in order to investigate the seasonal variation in the botanical and chemical composition of plant parts consumed by camels (Camelus dromedarius). The study has been conducted on 210 indigenous Arabian camel of different age (1-18 years) and sex and kept under natural range in southern Darfur, Sudan. The findings of the present study indicate that camels are selective browser rather than grazer. Furthermore, they are selective feeder to the parts of pasture plants they consume. The percentages of Crude Protein (CP), Crude Fibre (CF) and Nitrogen Free Extract (NFE) of pasture plants selected by camels were significantly higher, while ash percentage was significantly lower during the dry season.
  Mohammed E. Elnageeb , Abdalla M. Abdelatif and Sharaf Eldin A. Makawi
  Twenty sexually mature Desert ewes were used to study the effects of concentrate supplementation on thermoregulation and reproductive traits. The ewes were divided into two equal groups, control and supplemented; the supplemented group received daily 500 g of concentrate mixture (crushed sorghum grain and cotton seed cake). In both groups, oestrus was synchronized with hormonal method and the ewes were naturally inseminated. Pregnancy was diagnosed by the ultra-sonography technique. Dietary supplementation resulted in a shorter time of oestrus onset, higher rates of conception, lambing and a significant decrease in gestation length. The fertility and fecundity of ewes were also improved. Supplementations also increased significantly the pre-and post lambing weight of ewes and the birth and weaning weights of the lambs. The body weight, rectal temperature and respiratory rate increased significantly with the advance of pregnancy in both groups of ewes. These indices decreased significantly with the progress of lactation. The supplemented ewes maintained higher values of these indices during pregnancy and lactation.
 
 
 
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