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This review examines the one humped camel (Camelus dromedarius) a considerable number of the dromedary about 50,000 is found in the semi-arid part of Northern Nigeria. Apart from the wide use of the camel as a draught animal the camel now serve as a source of milk, meat and hide in this region,...

Author(s)
Umaru, M. A.; Bello, A.
Publisher
Sjournals, West Azerbaijan, Iran
Citation
Scientific Journal of Biological Sciences, 2013, 2, 1, pp 1-7
Abstract

A total of 970 eggs were collected from matings involving three genotypes of Nigerian local chickens (Normal-feathered, Frizzle-feathered and Naked neck) and one exotic broiler breeder strain (Anak Titan) to evaluate the effect of crossbreeding on fertility, hatchability and embryonic mortality....

Author(s)
Adeleke, M. A.; Peters, S. O.; Ozoje, M. O.; Ikeobi, C. O. N.; Bamgbose, A. M.; Adebambo, O. A.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 2012, 44, 3, pp 505-510
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These proceeding include 75 papers presented at the International Camel Conference, held in Al-Hasa, Saudi Arabia, 17-20 February 2013. Topics of papers focused on the diagnosis and control of diseases (infectious and parasites) affecting camels, breeding, reproduction, morphology, nutrition, and...

Author(s)
Gahlot, T. K.
Publisher
Camel Publishing House, Bikaner, India
Citation
Proceedings of the International Camel Conference, Al-Hasa, Saudi Arabia, 17-20 February 2013, 2015, pp 399 pp.
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137 zebu cows from 3 farms in Zaria (Nigeria) were used in an oestrus synchronization programme. 60.6 and 90.5% of cows showed overt oestrus and luteolysis respectively. The pregnancy rate when insemination was performed 72 and 96 h after a single injection of PGF was 61.4% for farm 1; this was...

Author(s)
Rekwot, P. I.; Oyedipe, E. O.; Mukasa-Mugerwa, E.; Sekoni, V. O.; Akinpelumi, O. P.; Anyam, A. A.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1999, 158, 1, pp 53-58

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