Category Archives: OJAS

Open Journal of Animal Sciences

Ecological, Biological and Genetic Adaptation to Xeric Habitats of Salamandra infraimmaculata on the Southern Border of Its Distribution

Author(s): Gad Degani ABSTRACT In the present mini-review, published and unpublished data that have been collected for more than 40 years on the adaption of Salamandra infraimmaculata to semi-arid environments on the southern border of its distribution are presented. The … Continue reading

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The Role of Zinc, Manganse and Copper in Rumen Metabolism and Immune Function: A Review Article

Author(s): Elhashmi Y. Hilal, Mohamed A. E. Elkhairey, Ayman O. A. Osman ABSTRACT Trace minerals are dietary elements required by the body in minute amounts, ranging from 0.10 to 50.0 mg/kg dry matter in beef cattle diets. These trace minerals … Continue reading

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Preliminary Study on the Histology in the Head Sarcoma of Goldfish (Carassius auratus)

Author(s) : Lei Wang, Zaizhong Chen, Caixia Hu, Feng Yan, Jun Xu, Xuehua Wang, Yuanyuan Zhou, Wei Wang, Weihua Zhao ABSTRACT The sarcoma structure of goldfish was first analyzed by frozen section technique. The present study revealed the alkaline and … Continue reading

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Cats Infected by Feline Leukemia Virus—Morpho-Quantitative Evaluation of the Thymus

Author(s): Flávia Azevedo Cavalcanti de Melo, Anna Clara dos Santos, Kaique Nogueira, André Rodrigues da Cunha Barreto-Vianna, Eduardo Maurício Mendes de Lima ABSTRACT The feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is a complex disease that affects mainly the immune and hematological systems … Continue reading

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Characteristics of Physico-Chemical Properties, Volatile Compounds and Free Fatty Acid Profiles of Commercial Set-Type Turkish Yoghurts

Yoghurt has been increasingly popular in many parts of the world, especially in Europe, North America and the Middle East. The great volume of consumption and popularity of yoghurt especially among women, children and teenagers stems from its nutritional and … Continue reading

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This week in Biomedical & Life Sciences:Evaluation of two methods of estrus synchronization of cattle in Chad &Effects of protein and mineral supplementation on the performance of lactating dairy cows gobra and crossbreed guzerat during the dry season in senegal

This week SCIRP publishes the following new articles in Biomedical & Life Sciences: Evaluation of two methods of estrus synchronization of cattle in Chad —The results of an artificial insemination experiment carried out in the suburban area of N’Djamena are … Continue reading

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