Volume 53 (2022)
Volume 52 (2021)
Volume 51 (2020)
Volume 50 (2019)
Volume 49 (2018)
Volume 48 (2017)
Volume 47 (2016)
Volume 46 (2015)
Volume 45 (2014)
Volume 44 (2013)
Volume 43 (2012)
Volume 42 (2011)
Volume 41 (2010)
Volume 40 (2009)
Volume 39 (2009)
Evaluation of microwave irradiation and toxin adsorbents on Diazinon residues in ‎white grape pomace and its effect on some ruminal parameters in vitro condition

Behzad PourMahmoud; Hamed Khalilvandi-Behroozyar; Rasoul Pirmohammadi

Volume 52, Issue 1 , June 2021, , Pages 37-49

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2021.295469.653765

Abstract
  The aim of this research was to determine effects of microwave irradiation and different toxin adsorbents on the amount of Diazinon residues in white grape pomace and effectiveness of these processes on some rumen parameters and gas production in vitro condition. This study, were investigated in a completely ...  Read More

Investigating the effects of supplementing dairy cows diet with condensed tannin of chestnut supplement (Silvafeed) on rumen fermentation, nutrient digestibility and microbial enzyme activity in vitro

Ali Heidari-Majd; Arash Azarfar; Ayoub Azizi; Hossein Omidi-Mirzaei

Volume 49, Issue 4 , March 2019, , Pages 517-525

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2019.262053.653650

Abstract
  This study was conducted to investigate the effects of supplementing dairy cows diet with various levels of commercial chestnut condensed tannins (CT) supplement (Silvafeed), on in vitro gas production (GP) and fermentation parameters, nutrients digestibility and activity of rumen microbial enzymes in ...  Read More

Effect of different heat processing methods on nutritive value of common vetch seed in ruminants

Ana Sheikhalipoor; Ali Hosseinkhani; Akbar Taghizadeh; Hamid Mohammadzadeh

Volume 49, Issue 3 , December 2018, , Pages 427-436

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2018.255252.653630

Abstract
  The present study was carried out to study different methods of heat processing on nutritional value of vetch seed. Vetch seed was processed by steam flaking, roasting and microwaving. Dry matter degradability was determined using nylon bags at 0, 2, 4, 8, 12, 24, 36, 48 hours of ruminal incubation. ...  Read More

Individual and combined evaluation of digestibility and fermentation of halophyte plants like Atriplex leucoclada, Suaeda fruticosa and Seidlitzia rosmarinus in dromedary camels

Akbar Abarghani; Morteza Chaji; Hormoz Mansori; Morteza Mamouei; Khalil Mirzadeh; Hedayat-ollah Roshanfekr

Volume 49, Issue 1 , June 2018, , Pages 11-25

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2018.220600.653479

Abstract
  In present experiment fermantability of three halophyte species including: Atriplex leucoclada (AL), Suaeda fruticosa (SF) and Seidlitzia rosmarinus (SR) in the form of individually or mixed as 0.0, 33.5 66.5 and 100% with each other (9 diets), were evaluated using a compelet randomized design. These ...  Read More

Investigating the effects of supplementing fattening lamb diet with small peptides of cottonseed meal on the digestibility and fermentation of nutrients in vitro

Elham Karimi; Arash Azarfar; Ayoub Azizi

Volume 48, Issue 4 , March 2018, , Pages 549-558

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2018.246708.653590

Abstract
  This study was conducted to investigate the effects of supplementing fattening lamb diet with various levels of commercial supplement Fortide C on in vitro gas production and fermentation parameters, nutrients digestibility and activity of rumen microbial enzymes in vitro using rumen liquor of sheep. ...  Read More

Effect of fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) and cumin (Carum carvi) powder and Saccharomyces cerevisiae in comparison with monensin on in vitro gas production parameters, protozoa population and microbial enzyme activity of sheep

Soghra Derakhshan Nia; Arash Azarfar; Ayoub Azizi-Shotorkhoft; Mehrdad Taghizadeh

Volume 48, Issue 3 , December 2017, , Pages 399-410

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2017.243102.653564

Abstract
  The aim of present research was to investigate effects of supplementation lambs’ fattening diet with fennel and cumin powder and Saccharomyces cerevisiaein comparison with monensin on in vitro gas production and fermentation parameters, nutrient digestibility, microbial enzyme activity and protozoa ...  Read More

Investigation of in vitro digestibility, fermentation and enzyme activity of rumen anaerobic fungi of dromedary camels fed by cultivated and pasture forages

Poorya Dadvar; Tahereh Mohammadabadi; Mohsen Sari; Jamal Fayazi

Volume 47, Issue 1 , July 2016, , Pages 63-87

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2016.61663

Abstract
  The aim of this study was to investigate the fermentation characteristics and cellulolytic enzymes activities of dromedary camels rumen anaerobic fungi in fed with cultivated and pasture forages. Hence, the inoculant of rumen anaerobic fungi was prepared by using specific medium and the gas production, ...  Read More

The influence of Ziziphus zizyphus fruit on in vitro fermentation parameters, protozoa pupolation and methane gas production

Mohammad Ebrahim Nooriyan Soroor; Mohammad mahdi ءoeini

Volume 47, Issue 1 , July 2016, , Pages 113-122

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2016.61662

Abstract
  In this expriment, the effect of different levels of Ziziphus zizyphus(ZZ) (0, 30 or 60 mg) on fermentation parameters, total protozoa population  and three sub family of protozoa  Entodiniinae, Ophryscolecinae, Diplodiniinae and family of Isotrichdaeandmethane gas production was assessed using in ...  Read More

Determination the nutritional value of wild pistachio leaf and its use in sheep feeding

Zahra Aminifard; Morteza Chaji; Tahereh Mohammadabadi

Volume 47, Issue 1 , July 2016, , Pages 135-144

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2016.61676

Abstract
  The present experiment was conducted to determine nutritional values of wild pistachio trees (P. khinjuk) leaves it\'s use it in the diet of sheep. Initially chemical composition of P. khinjuk leaf was determined. The diets containing 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30% of P. khinjuk leaf were prepared and ...  Read More

In vitro study the effects of different levels of oregano (Origanum vulgare) essential oils on ruminal fermentation parameters, methane production and rumen induced acidosis

Shahin Yadeghari; Mostafa Malecky; Pouya Zamani; Mahdi Dehghan-Banadaky

Volume 46, Issue 3 , October 2015, , Pages 235-246

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2015.56418

Abstract
  Theaim of the current study was to assess effects of different levels of Origanum vulgare (0, 250, 500, 750 and 1000 mg/L) on kinetics of gas production, some ruminal digestion and fermentation parameters, methane production and also to determine its potential in controlling rumen acidosis using in vitro ...  Read More

The comparative study of steam treated sugarcan pith by digestibility rumen anaerobic fungi in Holstein cow and Khuzestan buffalo

Fateme Shakarami; Morteza Chaji; Moosa Eslami; Tahereh Mohammadabadi; Mohammad Bojarpour

Volume 45, Issue 4 , January 2015, , Pages 297-308

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2014.54343

Abstract
  This study was conducted to compare fungi and whole rumen microorganisms (WRM) digestibility of treated sugarcane pith by fungi and of buffalos and Holstein cows. Dry matter (DM), neutral and acid detergent fiber (NDF and ADF) digestibilities of steam treated sugarcane pith (STP) by fungi and WRM were ...  Read More

Effects of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on nutritive value of safflower forage and silage

Fatemeh Asgharzadeh; Mohammad Hassan Fathi; Mohammad Ali Behdani

Volume 45, Issue 4 , January 2015, , Pages 375-384

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2014.54358

Abstract
  The aim of this study was to determine the effects of ensiling and using of fertilizers nitrogen and phosphorus on chemical composition and ruminal DM degradability of safflower plant (Carthamustinctorius L.). The safflower plant was cultivated at December 2009, and harvested at June 2010 in flowering ...  Read More

Determining ofnutritive value of Cressa Cretica plant in different phenological of growth stageswith in vitro, in vivo and nylon bag methods in Sistan

Taghi Najafi; Mohammad-reza Dehghani; Mostafa Yousef-elahi

Volume 45, Issue 2 , August 2014, , Pages 143-152

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2014.51817

Abstract
  The aim of this research was determination of nutritive value of Cressa Cretica with gas test method, in vivo digestibility and degradability with nylon bag method in three phenological stages. The amount of crude protein decreased significantly in seeding stage. But the amount of NDF and ADF increased ...  Read More

Influence of Grape Pomace Extract on in vitro Gas Production Kinetics and on Ruminal Unicellular Population of Inoculum in Sheep

Mohammad Javad Abarghuei; Yusof Rouzbahan

Volume 44, Issue 4 , January 2014, , Pages 375-384

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2013.50381

Abstract
  Different levels of Grape pomace Extract (GE) were evaluated for their effect on in vitro gas production and as well on some such ruminal fermentation parameters as apparent degraded substrate, Volatile Fatty Acids (VFA), and microbial protein production, in sheep, as ruminal inoculum donor. As for extraction, ...  Read More

A Study of Nutritive Value of Banana Tree By- product’s Silage, using in vitro and in situ Methods

alireza shibak; mostafa yousefollahi

Volume 43, Issue 3 , October 2013, , Pages 317-325

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2012.29339

Abstract
  The present experiment was carried out to investigate the nutritive value of banana tree leaves and stems silage by use of in vitro gas production and as well in situ nylon bag techniques. Experimental treatments were comprised of: 1- Stems and leaves of banana trees (control), 2- Stems and leaves of ...  Read More

Nutritive Value of Five Halophytes Determined in Sistan Area

zahra hoseini nejad; mostafa yoosefollahi; hasan fazayeli

Volume 43, Issue 1 , June 2012, , Pages 1-10

https://doi.org/10.22059/ijas.2012.24904

Abstract
  Five species of dominant halophyte plants including: Salsola griffithii, Chenopodium album, Aeluropus logopoidies, Alopecurus textillis and Cardaria draba were sampled from Sistan region at their late vegetative stage. The collected samples were dried at room temperature and ground, and their chemical ...  Read More