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 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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Article published the April 21, 2015
INTRODUCTION Rabbits are neglected farm animals for its smallest size, although it can supplement humans by meat, fur and hair. there animals are belonging to different species and strains which are different in their morphology, color, size, and production purpose. Rabbit's meat contains the highest crude protein content and the lowest fat, cholesterol and energy contents among the livestock ani ...
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Article published the December 4, 2014
INTRODUCTION Most of the Egyptian wild (marine, brackish, and fresh) water bodies is contaminated with agricultural, industrial, and urban drainage, which is responsible for their water and fish pollution with different heavy metals (Abdelhamid et al., 2006a and 2013 a&b) at levels exceeding the Egyptians’ tolerance limits (ES, 1993 and Abdelhakeem et al., 2002). Heavy metals pollu ...
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Article published the November 23, 2014
INTRODUCTION Most of the Egyptian wild (marine, brackish and fresh) water bodies are contaminated with agricultural, industrial and urban drainage, which are responsible for their water and fish pollution with different heavy metals (Abdelhamid et al., 2006 and 2013a & b) at levels exceeding the Egyptians’ tolerance limits (ES, 1993 and Abdelhakeem et al., 2002). Heavy metals pollu ...
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Article published the August 7, 2014
Introduction In this era, the world is facing increasing demands for food supply, and has a need for higher quality food resources, in which aquatic products form an important component. After significant population growth in the last decades, the world's capture fisheries are becoming increasingly limited. This situation creates a need for increasing aquaculture production to fill the growing ga ...
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Article published the June 20, 2014
INTRODUCTION Culture of African catfish, Clarias gariepinus has received considerable attention since the early 1970s and 1980s (Clay, 1981). African catfish is a suitable alternative to tilapia in subsistence fish farming in Africa and using low grade feed composed of  some local agricultural by-products, the yields of catfish from ponds could be as much as 2.5 times higher than those of ti ...
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Article published the June 3, 2014
INTRODUCTION During the last three decades, a great attention was paid towards aquaculture as an attempt to fulfill the gap between the increased population and their demands from animal protein. Aquaculture is still the fastest growing food producing sector, compared to other food commodities with an annual increase of approximately 12% (FAO, 2009).  The use of antibiotics in aquaculture as ...
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Article published the January 31, 2014
INTRODUCTION Probiotics (specific microbial feeds with potential benefits to the host), and prebiotics (dietary components such as complex carbohydrates able to change the colonic microenvironment fostering colonization with non-enteropathogens) are areas of current interest because they offer alternatives for the management of the growing problem of multiple antibiotic resistance and overwhelmin ...
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Location:Mansoura, Ad Daqahliyah, Egipto
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Professional Title: Prof. Anim. Nutr., Mycotoxicology
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