Dr. Adel Eid Mohamed Mahmoud

Dr. Adel Eid Mohamed Mahmoud

Associate Professor
Cairo University, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Animal Nutrition from Cairo University, Egypt

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Biography

Dr. Adel Eid Mohamed Mahmoud is currently working as Assistant Professor at Cairo University, Egypt. He obtained his PhD in Animal Nutrition from same University. His main area of interest related to Animal and Veterinary Sciences. His area of expertise includes Animal Nutrition, Sheep Nutrition and Feeding, Agriculture Waste and Animal Nutrition, Animal Feeding and Meat Quality, Growth performance of Growing Ruminants, Hormones and Animal Feeding, Ruminant, Cattle Nutrition and Feeding, Agro-industrial by-products and Animal Nutrition, Produce Functional Food from Ruminants, Rumen Microbiology, Rumen Physiology , Rabbit Feeding, Up-Grading of Agriculture by Products, Feed Processing, Herbal Additives, Goat Nutrition and Feeding , Agriculture by Products and Animal Nutrition, Animal Feeding and Milk Quality, Ration Formulation, and Manipulation of Rumen Fermentation. He has published 5 articles in journals as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Animal Nutrition
62%
Animal Feeding
90%
Zoology
75%
Feed Processing
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Faw, M.H., S.M. Ma, M.A. Hana, M.H. Bak, A.E.M. Ma, M. Abdel-Alim and O.S. Bara, 2021. Production of zinc and copper as nanoparticles by green synthesis using Pseudomonas fluorescens. Pak. J. Bio. Sci., 24: 445-453.
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  2. El-Hak, O.A., M.A. Hana, A.E.M. Ma, H.M. Ebeid and M.S. Farg, 2021. Productive performance of damascus dairy goat`s fed on rations containing extruded full-fat linseed and soybean seeds. Int. J. Dairy Sci., 16: 75-84.
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  3. Mahmoud, A.E.M., H.A.F. Rahmy and W.M.A. Ghoneem, 2020. Role of caraway, fennel and melissa addition on productive performance of lactating frisian cows. Pak. J. Bio. Sci., 23: 1380-1389.
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  4. Gawad, A.R.M.A., M.A. Hanafy, A.E.M. Mahmoud and Y.H. Al-Slibi, 2020. Effect of tomato pomace, citrus and beet pulp on productive performance and milk quality of Egyptian buffaloes. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 23: 1210-1219.
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  5. Emam, A.Y.K., H.H.A. El-Rahman, Y.A.A.E.F. El-Nomeary, M.A. Hanafy and A.E.M. Mahmoud, 2020. In vitro evaluation and in vivo digestibility of physically, chemically and biologically treated jatropha meal. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 23: 638-649.
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  6. Rahmy, H.A.F., H.M. El-Bana, N.E. El-Bordeny, A.E.M. Mahmoud and W.M.A. Ghoneem, 2019. Effect of caraway, fennel and melissa addition on in vitro rumen fermentation and gas production. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 22: 67-72.
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  7. Mahmoud, A.E.M., A. Cieślak, P. Szulc, A. Łukomska and M. Szumacher-Strabel, 2019. Impact of inclusion dried sugar beet pulp in ruminant`s ration on rumen parameters in vitro. Pak. J. Zool., Vol. 51. 10.17582/journal.pjz/2019.51.6.2281.2286.
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  8. Farghaly, M.S., E.A.E. Ebrahem and A.E.M. Mahmoud, 2018. Performance of barki lambs fed on rations containing olive cake with or without polyethylene glycol. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 21: 307-313.
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  9. Mahmoud, A.E.M., 2017. Substituting bakery by-products for corn grains and wheat bran in growing lambs rations increases growth rate with no adverse effect. Pak. J. Zool., 49: 1215-1221.
  10. Mahmoud, A.E., M.M. Naguib, A.M. Higazy, Y.Y. Sultan and D.A. Marrez, 2017. Effect of substitution soybean by blue green alga Spirulina platensis on performance and meat quality of growing rabbits. Am. J. Food Technol., 12: 51-59.
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  11. Wafaa, M.A. Ghoneem and A.E.M. Mahmoud, 2016. Impact of dried distillers grains with solubles on productive performance of Barki lambs. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feeds, 19: 31-40.
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  12. Mohamed, H.S., A.E.M. Mahmoud, M.S. Abbas and H.M. Sobhy, 2016. Effects of feeding diets containing of some aromatic and medicinal plants remnants on meat quality, fatty and amino acids fractions of New Zealand white rabbits. Asian J. Anim. Sci., 10: 255-261.
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  13. Mahmoud, A.E.M. and N.E.S. El-Bordeny, 2016. The nutritive value of sugar beet pulp-substituted corn for Barki lambs. Pak. J. Zool., 48: 995-1002.
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  14. Wafaa, M.A. Ghoneem and A.E.M. Mahmoud, 2015. Effect of rations inclusion guava by-products with or without probiotic on growth performance of growing goat kids. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feeds, 18: 77-86.
  15. Mahmoud, A.E.M., 2015. Nutrient Utilization, Blood Biochemical Parameters and Performance as Affected by Inclusion of Herbal Additives in the Diets of Growing Rabbits. Indian J. Anim. Nutr., 32: 201-206.
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  16. El-Talty, Y.I., M.H. Abdel-Gwad and A.E.M. Mahmoud, 2015. Effect of common reed (Phragmites australis) silage on performance of growing lambs. Asian J. Anim. Sci., 9: 1-12.
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  17. El-Bordeny, N.E., A.A. Abedo, H.M. El-Sayed, E.N. Daoud, H.S. Soliman and A.E.M. Mahmoud, 2015. Effect of Exogenous Fibrolytic Enzyme Application on Productive Response of Dairy Cows at Different Lactation Stages. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 10: 226-236.
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  18. Ebeid, H.M., R.M.A. Gawad and A.E.M. Mahmoud, 2015. Influence of ration containing tomato pomace silage on performance of lactating buffaloes and milk quality. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 10: 14-24.
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  19. Abd El-Gawad, A.M., Y.I. El-Talty, K.M. Elsawy, A.E.M. Mahmoud and M.A. Rawash, 2015. Effect of different dietary protein sources on amino acids and urea nitrogen contents of dairy buffaloes milk. Asian J. Anim. Sci., 9: 119-127.
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  20. Mahmoud, A.E.M. and W.M.A. Ghoneem, 2014. Effect of partial substitution of dietary protein by nigella sativa meal and sesame seed meal on performance of Egyptian lactating buffaloes. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 9: 489-498.
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  21. Mahmoud, A.E.M. and M.M. Bendary, 2014. Effect of whole substitution of protein source by Nigella sativa meal and sesame seed meal in ration on performance of growing lambs and calves. Global Vet., 13: 391-396.
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  22. Mahmoud, A.E.M. and H.M. Ebeid, 2014. Effect of green forage type on productive performance and milk composition of lactating Egyptian buffalo. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 9: 27-36.
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  23. Ghoneem, W.M.A. and A.E.M. Mahmoud, 2014. Effect of In-activated and dried yeast on productive performance of Barki Lambs. Asian J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 9: 664-673.
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  24. Mahmoud, A.E.M., 2013. Impact of dietary protein levels on digestibility, blood parameters, insulin like growth factore-1 and growth performance of growing Rahmani lambs. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feeds, 16: 195-202.
  25. Mahmoud, A.E.M., 2013. Effect of feeding on Moringa oleifera stems on productive performance of growing lambs. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feeds, 16: 281-292.
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  26. Mahmoud, A.E.M. and H.M. El-Bana, 2013. Evaluation of olive and palm byproducts in feeding camels. Pak. J. Nutr., 12: 879-885.
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  27. Gawad, A.A., A.E.M. Mahmoud and Y.H. Al Slibi, 2013. Response of growing bulls fed ration containing different levels of citrus pulp. World Applied Sci. J., 28: 1475-1480.
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  28. Farghaly, M.S., A.E.M. Mahmoud and M.A. Hanafy, 2012. Impact of using olive pulp in rations on growing Rahmani lambs. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feeds, 15: 162-162.
  29. Adel, E.M. and H. El-Metwaly, 2012. Effect of feed additive exogenous enzymes on growth performance of Maghraby Camels. Life Sci. J., 9: 4830-4835.
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  30. El-Talty, Y.I., M.H. Abdel Gawad and A.E.M. Deif, 2009. Freshwater reed (Phragmites australis) silage in feeding lactating buffaloes. Egypt. J. Nutr. Feeds, 12: 45-57.
  31. El-Talty, Y.I., M.H. Abdel Gawad and A.E.M. Deif, 2007. Freshwater common reed (Phragmites australis) as un-conventional summer forage in comparative feeding studies among camel, sheep and goats. J. Agric. Sci. Mansoura Univ., 32: 1721-1734.