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Articles by M. Anwar
Total Records ( 2 ) for M. Anwar
  M. Anwar and C.S. Hayat
  Camel guts (n =600) were examined to determine the gastrointestinal parasitic fauna. The overall prevalence was recorded as 69.1 (415/600) percent. The prevalence of nematodes, cestodes and trematodes was 42.3, 22.5 and 4.3 percent, respectively. The infected guts (n = 415) had a mixed infection (32.5%) of different species of nematodes viz., Haemonchus contortus, Trichuris ovis, Trichuris globulosa, Trichostrongylus probolurus, Camelostrongylus mentulatus, Ostertagia circumcincta, Chabertia ovine, Oesophagostomum venulosum and Cooperia onchophora. The species of cestodes identified included Moniezia expansa, Moniezia benedni, Stilesia globipunctata and those of trematodes Paramphistomum cervi, Carmyerious spatiosus and Gastrothylax crumenifer, The coprological examination revealed three protozoan species i.e. Eimena cameli, Eimena (Globidium) cameli and Eimeria clromedani.
  M. Afzal , M. Anwar , M.A. Mirza and S.M.H. Andrabi
  This study was conducted to compare the effect of open grazing system and feeding green fodder at the stall (cut and carry system) on the growth of male buffalo calves. Twelve male buffalo calves (of Nili Ravi breed) were either grazed (n = 5) on natural pasture or were offered seasonal green fodder ad lib in the manger (n = 7). The calves were kept on these treatments for 9 months. Live body weight of the calves was recorded at the start of trial and then fortnightly. The overall weight gain per day over nine months of feeding period did not differ significantly between open grazing (0.415±0.028kg) and stall fed groups (0.433±0.056kg) (P > 0.05). It is concluded that grazing on natural pasture may result in growth of male buffalo calves comparable to that after feeding them cultivated green fodder at the manger.
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