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Research Paper
The importance of pedigree information and the role of un-genotyped individuals on ‎the neccesity of repeating the genomic selection of binary threshold traits‎

Yousef Naderi

Volume 53, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 141-152


  Single-step genomic prediction models became the prevailing tool in genetic evaluations of livestock due to high genomic performance, high genotyping costs for some animals, and utilizing both genotyped and un-genotyped animals. The objective of the current study was to investigate the effect of ...  Read More

Research Paper
Genome-wide association study and pathway analysis for identifying the genes ‎associated with coat color in Lori-Bakhtiari sheep breed

Hossein Mohammadi; Mohammad Hossein Moradi; Amir Hossein Khaltabadi Farahani

Volume 53, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 153-160


  Coat color is one of the important economic traits in sheep and it can be used for breed identification and characterization as well. The aim of the present study was to perform genome wide association study (GWAS) and pathway analysis based on gene set enrichment analysis for identifying the loci associated ...  Read More

Research Paper
Compairing the effect of supplementing a mixed buffer and sodium bicarbonate on ‎growth performance and rumen parameters of Holstein young bulls ‎

Behzad Ganji; Mehdi Dehghan banadaky; Farhang Fatehi

Volume 53, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 161-169


  This study aimed to compare the effects of combined buffer and sodium bicarbonate on growth performance and ruminal parameters of Holstein young bulls with an average weight of 330.8±43.1 kg and an age of 240 days, fed with a high-concentrate diet. The experiment was conducted for 90 days with ...  Read More

Research Paper
Effects of CLA supplementation in diets with different levels of forage NDF on ‎performance, serum metabolites and liver functionality in Holstein fresh cows ‎

Hamid Amanlou; Tahere Amirabadi; Najme Eslamian Farsuni

Volume 53, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 171-186


  The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of CLA supplementation in diets with different levels of forage NDF on performance, serum metabolites and liver functionality in Holstein fresh cows. Forty Cows were blocked based on their body condition score at calving and 305-d mature-equivalent milk ...  Read More

Research Paper
A comparative study of transcriptome coverage and single nucleotide polymorphisms ‎of mtDNA in Holstein (Bos taurus) vs. Cholistani (Bos indicus)‎

Ahmad Tamroosi; Gholam Reza Dashab; Hossein Banabazi; Ali Maghsoudi

Volume 53, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 187-201


  This research aimed to investigate the reasons for the difference of gene expression between two subspecies of Holstein and Cholistani cattle and the importance of mitochondrial genes of these two breeds, the genes under study were COX1, COX2, COX3, ND1and ND2, which are involved in essential processes ...  Read More

Estimation of Economic Opportunities Per Cow in Smallholder Dairy Farms

mahmood vatankhah; mehrab faraji; aliakbar gharedaghi; alireza aghashahi

Volume 43, Issue 1 , June 2012, , Pages 91-102


  Four hundred and ninety five smallholder dairy farms in 52 villages of different cities in Chaharmohal and Bakhtiari province including 1321 lactating cows and totalling 2811 total mature cows (lactating and dry)were employed during winter 2009 to summer 2010 to estimate the economic opportunities as ...  Read More

Effects of Phytase Enzyme (Natuphos) and Saccharomyces cervisiae (Biosof) Supplementation on Performance and Blood Calcium Plus Phosphorous of Broiler Chicks

Mahmoud Haghighian Roudsari; Mohamad Roustaei Alimehr; Seyed Meghdad Taheri Tari; Seyed Abdolhosein Abolghasemi; Seyed Ali Asghar Sefidgar

Volume 41, Issue 1 , May 2010

  To study the possible use of phytase and yeast (Saccharomyces cervisiae) in corn-soy bean meal base diet with different levels of available phosphorous in Arbor Acers broiler chicks, an experiment was conducted with 264 day old chicks of an average weight of 44.6 grams each. A completely randomized design ...  Read More

A Comparison of Mineral Adsorbents Zeolite and Bentonite vs. Organic Adsorbent (Mycosorb) and Mineral – Organic Adsorbent (Biotox) as their RegardsTheir Potential of Adsorbing Aflatoxin B1


Volume 44, Issue 1 , June 2015, , Pages 105-112


  Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites produced by fungi following their infestation of food crops.One of the effective approaches to control aflatoxicosis is the use of adsorbents. The aim thusfollowed in the present study was a comparison of various adsorbents viz. Bentonite, Zeolite, vs. anorganic commercial ...  Read More

Effect of Adding Palm Oil, Soybean Oil or Roasted whole Soybean to the Transition Diet on Holstein Dairy Cows Performance

yousef roozbehan; saeed karimi dehkordi; hamid reza rahmani; mohammad khorvash

Volume 43, Issue 3 , October 2013, , Pages 347-355


  To assess the effects of different fat supplements (palm oil, soybean oil or complete roasted soybean) to the transition period diets on Holstein dairy cows, 30 multiparous Holstein cows (fourth parity) with 794±41 kg of body weight and 250±10 days of pregnancy were, randomly, attributed to experimental ...  Read More

Effect of neutral detergent soluble carbohydrate source and addition roasted canola seed on growth performance and nutrient digestibility of lambs fed high concentrate diets

Sadegh Asadollahi; Mohsen Sari; Naeem Erfanimajed; Morteza Chaji; Morteza Mamouei

Volume 45, Issue 1 , April 2014, , Pages 69-79


  In order to investigate the effect of partial replacement of barley starch with beet pulp soluble fiber with or without roasted canola seed on apparent nutrient digestibility, dry matter intake, daily weight gain, feed conversion ratio and rumenal pH 24 Arabian male lambs were used for 84 days in a completely ...  Read More

Research Paper
The effect of inorganic selenium replacement with organic selenium from Spirulina algae on performance and breast meat quality of broilers

omid nouri; Mojtaba Zaghari; hosna hajati

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 07 May 2022


  In order to investigate the effect of inorganic selenium replacement with organic selenium from Spirulina algae on performance and breast meat quality of broilers, a total of 160 one-day-old broilers were used in a completely randomized design with four treatments, eight replicates and five birds per ...  Read More

Research Paper
Effect of Tomato Powder on Broiler Breeder Performance and Hatchability and Comparison with In-Ovo Injection of Garlic and Tomato Hydroalcoholic Extracts

leili jamshidi; Ali Khatibjoo; Majid mottaghitalab

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 02 October 2022


  In this experiment, the effect of garlic (GP) and tomato (TP) powders on performance, blood parameters, sex differentiation and hatchability of Ross-308 broiler breeders were examined and compared with In-Ovo injection of garlic and tomato hydroalcoholic extracts. In first experiment, total of 375 hens ...  Read More

Research Paper
Detection of selection signatures in Sarabi,Najdi, Taleshi and Holstein cow populations by hapFLK method

Mahdi Farzi; Mohammad Moradi Shahrbabak; Hossein Moradi Shahrbabak; Mohammad Bagher Zandi baghcheh maryam

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 October 2022


  Identification of selection signatures in the Sarabi, Najdi, Talshi and Holstein cattle breeds were done using the genomic data of 372 cows including Sarabi (113 heads), Najdi (143 heads), Talshi (56 heads) and Holstein (60 heads) populations, genotyped by Illumina Bead Chip 40K (for indigenous breeds) ...  Read More