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    Publisher: Knowledgia Review, Malaysia
   
  Asian Journal of Animal Sciences is an international well-indexed peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to publish cutting edge research on all aspects of animal sciences and related disciplines. Scope of the journal includes: Animal breeding and genetics, growth and development, meat science, modeling animal systems, behavior, cellular and molecular biology, physiology, endocrinology, reproduction, breeding and genetics, nutrition, husbandry, pathology and various aspects of animal diseases (both infectious and non-infectious), response to physical, chemical and biological stress including epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention and control of important diseases affecting livestock, poultry and wild life as well as their zoonotic concerns. Novel approaches for boosting animal production, nutrition and management, genetic improvement, clinical and paraclinical care, and safeguarding health will be entertained on priority.

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Abdalla, M., I. Babiker, J. Al-Brahim, A. Mohammed, M. El-Kordufani and M. Elobeid, 2014. Potential of Prosopis chilensis (Molina) Stuntz as a non-conventional animal feed in the dry lands of Sudan. Int. J. Plant Anim. Environ. Sci., 4: 673-676.
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Abdalla, M.S., I.A. Babiker, J.S. Al-Ibrahim, A.E. Mohamed, M.M. Elobeid and K.F. Elkhalifa, 2014. Fodder potential and chemical composition of Acacia nilotica fruits for livestock in the dry lands of Sudan. Int. J. Plant Anim. Environ. Sci., 4: 366-369.
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Abdalla, M.S.A., I.A. Babiker, A.M. Idris and K.F. Elkalifa, 2014. Potential nutrient composition of acacia seyal fruits as fodder for livestock in the dry lands in Sudan. Dev. Anal. Chem., 1: 25-30.
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Babiker, A.A., I.A. Babiker, O.M.A. Abdelhadi, M.B. Elemam and A.M. Salih, 2012. Feedlot performance and carcass characteristics of sudan baggara bulls fed varying levels of pelleted sorghum straw. Online J. Anim. Feed Res., 2: 422-426.
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Babiker, I.A. and T.A. Mohamed, 2003. Use of dry Leucaena leucocephala dried leaves as a protein supplement in sheep diet. Sudan J. Anim. Prod., 16: 39-46.
Babiker, I.A., 2007. A case study of a dairy camps in Khartoum State, management and health aspects. Res. J. Agric. Biol. Sci., 3: 8-12.
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Babiker, I.A., 2014. Peri-urban camel (Camelus Dromedarius) production system in Saudi Arabia. J. Anim. Res., 4: 53-57.
Babiker, I.A., A.M.S. Mukhtar and O.A. El Khidir, 2009. Feedlot Performance of sudan baggara bulls fed Baggase Based Diets (BBD). Aust. J. Basic Applied Sci., 3: 295-300.
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Babiker, Z.A., M.S.M. Amir and O.A. El-Khidir, 2009. Feedlot performance of Sudan baggara bulls fed pelleted and unpelleted baggase based diets. Pak. J. Nutr., 8: 384-387.
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Eldin, H.A.T., I.A. Babiker and O.A. El Khidir, 2011. Feedlot performance of Sudanese desert lambs fed with mash or pelleted diet of varying energy levels. J. Saudi Soc. Agric. Sci., 10: 77-79.
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Mohamed, A.A., I.A. Babiker and A.E. Eltayeb, 2010. Effect of concentrate supplementation on growth and sexual development of dairy heifers. J. Applied Sci. Res., 6: 212-217.
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Mohamed, A.E., I.A. Babiker and T.E. Mohamed, 2013. Preparation of fresh soft cheese from dromedary camel milk using acid and heat method. Res. Opin. Anim. Vet. Sci., 3: 289-292.
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Shamat, A.M, I.A. Babiker, A.M.S. Mukhtar and F.A. Ahmed, 2010. Seasonal and regional variations in nutritive value of some important plant species selected by Camels in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) of Sudan. Res. J. Applied Sci. Res., 6: 1265-1272.
Shamat, A.M., I.A. Babiker, A.M.S. Mukhtar and F.A. Ahmed, 2009. Seasonal and regional variations in mineral content of some important plants species selected by camels (Camelus dromedaries) in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) of Sudan. J. Applied Sci. Res., 5: 1676-1684.
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