A.M. Abdelhamid
Prof. Anim. Nutr., Mycotoxicology
Adviser in Animal Nutrition, Pollution & Mycotoxicology.
Prof. Anim. Nutr., Mycotoxicology
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Article published the September 25, 2020
Introduction Press and Evensen (1999) mentioned that species variation in the morphology of the immune system is to be expected, given the large number and diversity of species within the teleost fishes. Several external and internal factors can influence the activity of innate immune parameters. Temperature changes, handling and crowding stress can have suppressive effects on innate parameters, ...
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Article published the August 27, 2020
INTRODUCTION Aquaculture is the fastest growing sector of food animal production in the world and supplies an increasing percentage of the total production of fish for human consumption (FAO, 2012). Nowadays, Egyptian fish production from aquaculture contributed by 80% of total fish production which amounted 1.8 million metric tons (Abdelhamid, 2019a). Tilapia in different countries is farmed wit ...
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Article published the March 11, 2020
Introduction Searching for novel economic animal food sources to overcome the Egyptian gap in animal nutrition, many attempts were carried out to evaluate new agro-industrial by-products (Abdelhamid, 1988) such as rice straw and maize stover (El-Shinnawy et al., 1986 and Abdelhamid et al., 1989a, b, 1991 &1994), poor quality barley straw (Gabr et al., 1989), pea by-products (Abdelhamid and El ...
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Article published the March 11, 2020
Introduction Nowadays aquaculture in Egypt supplies ca. 80% of human fish consumption. Egypt occupies the tenth rank all over the world concerning aquaculture production (FAO, 2016). But the Aqua-feeds are shorter than the demands, besides their expensive costs; therefore there is a need to recycle and reuse all possible and available field and industrial by-products that have a nutritional imp ...
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Article published the March 9, 2020
Introduction Much information is given (Willem Van Cotthem, 2012) about Opuntia ficus-indica as an aloes. Therefore, the aim of the present study was evaluating the possibility of using powders of either fruits' skins or leaves of the Egyptian Teen Shoky as replacers for dietary corn in all-males mono-sex Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus diets and their effects on fish performance for 75 days. ...
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Article published the January 8, 2020
Introduction Nowadays aquaculture in Egypt supplies ca. 80% of human fish consumption. Egypt occupies the tenth rank all over the world concerning aquaculture production (FAO, 2016). But the Aqua-feeds are shorter than the demands, besides their expensive costs; therefore there is a need to recycle and reuse all possible and available field and industrial by-products that have a nutritional impor ...
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Article published the December 17, 2019
Introduction Much information is given (Willem Van Cotthem, 2012) on Opuntia ficus-indica as an aloes. In Arabic is called Sabr, Teen Shoky, Teen Barbary, Hendy, Hendia, or Barshomy. It could be used commercially and industrially in treatment of some diseases (eyes, face, bone, prostate, colon, stomach, and intestine) and in cosmetic manufactures. It is a permanent plant grows in arid zones and t ...
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Article published the September 10, 2019
INTRODUCTION Dietary mycotoxin contamination is an area of great concern for different organisms (Abdelhamid, 2019a & b). It negatively affects the immune system, gut development (Mass, 2018), digestion and performance (Abdelhamid et al., 1992), and may lead to death (Abdelhamid et al., 2006); so, leads to economic loss (Abdelhamid, 2000; 2004 and 2009). Particularly aflatoxins, since their p ...
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Article published the August 30, 2019
Introduction Because of the very high expensive costs of the local red (from farm animals, as buffaloes, beef, sheep, goats, and camels) and white meats (from poultry, as broilers, ducks, geese, and pigeons), the Egyptian tended to consume (1.8 million ton yearly) more fish than they produce [1.4 million ton, from which 70 % (705 thousand ton from aquaculture, i.e. farming)]. Therefore, Egypt imp ...
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Participation in Forum on February 6, 2019
Ochratoxin-A at very low concentration as 5ppb affected negatively body composition, kidney function and structure (histology), as well as blood picture of white rats.
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Location:Mansoura, Ad Daqahliyah, Egypt
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Professional Title: Prof. Anim. Nutr., Mycotoxicology
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