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Articles by Habib Aghdam Shahriar
Total Records ( 2 ) for Habib Aghdam Shahriar
  Alireza Lotfi and Habib Aghdam Shahriar
  Hydatidosis is one of the parasitic diseases in different parts of the world such as middle-east. The most kinds of infected animals are sheep and camels at this region. Infection has geographical distribution in most of countries. So, in central parts, hydatidosis rate is less than frontier bands. Most of the cysts to be found in older animals that hadn`t any immunity with age promotion than hydatid cyst. Cysts of the buffaloes and camels are often as fertile but other ones found in small ruminants were as infertile. Recently, statistics has been shown high level of infection in north of the Africa (as especially for the camels), central Asia and middle-east. Due to high rate of hydatidosis in eastern countries of the Europe, most of the geographical distribution of the cyst to be found well. Thus, controlling programs of hydatidosis must be done in care widely.
  Saeid Chekani-Azar , Naser Maheri-Sis , Habib Aghdam Shahriar and Alireza Ahmadzadeh
  This experiment was conducted to assess the effect of replacing Poultry Fat (PF) with Fish Oil (FO) in broiler diets on performance and different parts of carcass. Three percents oil in 4 diets were altered with replacing PF by FO in completely randomized design at 4 treatments with 4 replicates (T1 = 3%PF, T2 = 2% PF+1% FO, 3 = 1% PF+2% FO and T4 = 3% FO) and were given ad libitum to the birds fed throughout the growth period. Performance and carcass parts were determined after withdrawal of FO from the diet (during one week), before slaughtering in 49-d old. Higher live weight, weight gain and lower Feed Conversion Ratio (FCR) were recorded for birds T3 (1% PF+2% FO). The low abdominal fat and highest weight of spleen was observed for treatment of 3% fish oil (T4), (p<0.01). Feed intake and other parts of carcass had not significant differences among treatments. In conclusion it seems that inclusion of fish oil in diets including poultry fat could be produce better performance and carcass efficiency.
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