Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Pregnancy Toxemia in Ewes
26. Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Pregnancy Toxemia in Ewes

Ali Olfati; Gholamali Moghaddam; Mitra Bakhtiari

Volume 1, Issue 11 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 1452-1456

Abstract
  Thin ewes or very over-conditioned ewes and ewes carrying multiple pregnanciesare more likely to develop pregnancy toxemia (ketosis). Pregnancy toxemia is a metabolic disorder characterized ...  Read More
Reproductive Performance of Rams to Biostimulation
27. Reproductive Performance of Rams to Biostimulation

Ali Olfati; Gholamali Moghaddam; Mitra Bakhtiari

Volume 1, Issue 11 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 1332-1336

Abstract
  The bio-stimulation technique offers a potentially useful and practical way for reproductive performance in rams. Reports on how bio-stimulation affects sexual potency rams are scarce: ...  Read More
Parentage Tests in Khuzestan Buffaloes Populations Using Three Microsatellite Markers
28. Parentage Tests in Khuzestan Buffaloes Populations Using Three Microsatellite Markers

Homayoun Banani Rad; Jamal Fayazi; Cyrus Amirinia; Hedayatolah Roshanfekr; Hamidreza Seydabadi

Volume 1, Issue 11 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 1414-1422

Abstract
  Pedigree information and phenotypic records are the key features in animal genetics and breeding. Otherwise best methods for genetic evaluation and estimation of parameters will be ...  Read More
Heat Stress in Poultry: Background and Affective Factors
29. Heat Stress in Poultry: Background and Affective Factors

Nematollah Dayyani; Hasan Bakhtiari

Volume 1, Issue 11 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 1409-1413

Abstract
  Heat stress and exhaustion is one of the top causes of chicken death. For those new to backyard chicken farming, it is important you learn to recognize the signs of this serious condition ...  Read More
Utilization and Addition Sugars to Ruminants Rations
31. Utilization and Addition Sugars to Ruminants Rations

Jalal Bayati Zadeh; Zahra Moradi Kor

Volume 1, Issue 10 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 1136-1145

Abstract
  Responses to sugars in dry or liquid formvary from study to study. When fed in proper amounts, sugars should not depress ruminalpH, and there is some evidence that they actuallyhelp ...  Read More
The Effects of Psychological Stress and Other Environmental Factors on Incidence of Diseases
32. The Effects of Psychological Stress and Other Environmental Factors on Incidence of Diseases

Amir Ezzati kaklar; Nasroallah Moradi kor

Volume 1, Issue 8 , Summer 2013, , Pages 899-903

Abstract
  The main purpose of this paper has been to discuss the effects of psychological stress and other environmental factors on incidence of diseases. We were specifically concerned with ...  Read More
Ruminal Protein Degradation and Estimation of Rumen Microbial Protein Production
33. Ruminal Protein Degradation and Estimation of Rumen Microbial Protein Production

Jalal Bayati Zadeh; Zahra Moradi kor

Volume 1, Issue 8 , Summer 2013, , Pages 914-921

Abstract
  Animal agricultural production systems are major sources of nonpoint pollution affecting quality of water sources. Nitrogen has been identified as the foremost source of nonpoint water ...  Read More