Fatma Ahmed
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Fatma Ahmed

Assistant Professor
Sohag University

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Animal Behavior from South Valley University, Qena, Egypt

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Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Animal Behaviour
Animal Husbandry
Agonistic Behaviour
Poultry and Rabbit Physiology productive and Reproductive

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Seddik G., A. Aboughaba, F. Mahmoud, D. Salman and M. Mahmoud, 2019. A comparative study on biochemical parameters for mature california and chinchilla rabbits in sohag governorate. Journal of Applied Veterinary Sciences 4: 43-47.
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  2. Seddek A.M., M. Abdelfattah, M.H. Elrashidy, F.A. Mahmoud and F.A. Zakaib, 2019. Intra-lingual suture pattern for prevention of self-suckling in cows. Veterinary and Animal Science 8: 100062-100062.
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  3. Mahmoud, F.A., 2016. Effect of 1-day-old body weight on subsequent performance, behavior and egg quality traits in laying hyline-white hens kept in cages. Global Vet., 17: 182-190.
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  4. Mahmoud M.E., F.A. Mahmoud and A.E. Ahmed, 2016. Impacts of self- and cross-sucking on cattle health and performance. Veterinary World 9: 922-928.
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  5. Mahmoud F.A., 2016. Impact of chinese royal jelly on performance, behaviour and some blood parameters in broilers reared under high stocking density. Asian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances 11: 620-628.
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  6. Mahmoud, M.E., and F.A. Mahmoud, 2015. Desensitization of nociceptive and serotonergic thermoregulatory responses by capsaicin in chicken: role of capsaicin-sensitive subtype-1 vanilloid receptor-independent mechanisms. Global Vet., 15: 10-18.
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  7. Iwami M., F.A. Mahmoud, T. Shiina, H. Hirayama, T. Shima, J. Sugita and Y. Shimizu, 2011. Extract of grains of paradise and its active principle 6-paradol trigger thermogenesis of brown adipose tissue in rats. Autonomic Neuroscience 161: 63-67.
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