Dr. Sihem  Dabbou

Dr. Sihem Dabbou

Post-doctoral Fellow
University of Turin, Italy

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Biological Sciences and Biotechnology from University of Turin, Italy

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
Biological Sciences

Selected Publications

  1. Dabbou, S., F. Gai, M. Renna, L. Rotolo and S. Dabbou et al., 2017. Inclusion of bilberry pomace in rabbit diets: Effects on carcass characteristics and meat quality. Meat Sci., 124: 77-83.
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  2. Schiavone, A., M. Cullere, M. De Marco, M. Meneguz and I. Biasato et al., 2016. Partial or total replacement of soybean oil by black soldier fly larvae (Hermetia illucens L.) fat in broiler diets: Effect on growth performances, feed-choice, blood traits, carcass characteristics and meat quality. Ital. J. Anim. Sci., 10.1080/1828051X.2016.1249968.
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  3. Kovitvadhi, A., L. Gasco, I. Ferrocino, L. Rotolo and S. Dabbou et al., 2016. Effect of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) diet supplementation in rabbit nutrition on performance, digestibility, health and meat quality. Animal, 10: 10-18.
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  4. Kovitvadhi, A., F. Gai, S. Dabbou, I. Ferrocino and L. Rotolo et al., 2016. Rabbit dietary supplementation with pale purple coneflower. 2. Effects on the performances, bacterial community, blood parameters and immunity of growing rabbits. Animal, 10: 1110-1117.
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  5. Dabbou, S., S. Dabbou, G. Flamini, G. Pandino, L. Gasco and A.N. Helal, 2016. Phytochemical compounds from the crop byproducts of Tunisian globe artichoke cultivars. Chem. Biodivers., 13: 1475-1483.
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  6. Dabbou, S., L. Rotolo, A. Kovitvadhi, S. Bergagna and D. Dezzutto et al., 2016. Rabbit dietary supplementation with pale purple coneflower. 1. Effects on the reproductive performance and immune parameters of does. Animal, 10: 1101-1109.
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  7. Biasato, I., M. De Marco, L. Rotolo, M. Renna and C. Lussiana et al., 2016. Effects of dietary Tenebrio molitor meal inclusion in free-range chickens. J. Anim. Physiol. Anim. Nutr., 100: 1104-1112.
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  8. Sihem, D., D. Samia, P. Gaetano, L. Sara and M. Giovanni et al., 2015. In vitro antioxidant activities and phenolic content in crop residues of Tunisian globe artichoke. Sci. Hortic., 190: 128-136.
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  9. De Marco, M., S. Martinez, F. Hernandez, J. Madrid and F. Gai et al., 2015. Nutritional value of two insect larval meals (Tenebrio molitor and Hermetia illucens) for broiler chickens: Apparent nutrient digestibility, apparent ileal amino acid digestibility and apparent metabolizable energy. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol., 209: 211-218.
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  10. Dabbou, S., S. Dabbou, H. Chehab, A. Taticchi, M. Servili and M. Hammami, 2015. Content of fatty acids and phenolics in Coratina olive oil from Tunisia: Influence of irrigation and ripening. Chem. Biodivers., 12: 397-406.
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  11. Belforti, M., F. Gai, C. Lussiana, M. Renna and V. Malfatto et al., 2015. Tenebrio molitor meal in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) diets: effects on animal performance, nutrient digestibility and chemical composition of fillets. Ital. J. Anim. Sci., 14: 670-676.
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  12. Dabbou, S., P.G. Peiretti, F. Gai, S.D. Fekih and L. Rotolo et al., 2014. Dried artichoke bracts in rabbit nutrition: Effects on performance and apparent digestibility. J. Food Agric. Environ., 12: 443-446.
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  13. Dabbou, S., L. Gasco, F. Gai, I. Zoccarato and L. Rotolo et al., 2014. Dried artichoke bracts in rabbits nutrition: Effects on the carcass characteristics, meat quality and fatty-acid composition. Animal, 8: 1547-1553.
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  14. Dabbou, S., S. Dabbou, R. Selvaggini, S. Urbani, A. Taticchi, M. Servili and M. Hammami, 2011. Comparison of the chemical composition and the organoleptic profile of virgin olive oil from two wild and two cultivated Tunisian Olea europaea. Chem. Biodivers., 8: 189-202.
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  15. Dabbou, S., S. Dabbou, H. Chehab, F. Brahmi, A. Taticchi, M. Servili and M. Hammami, 2011. Chemical composition of virgin olive oils from Koroneiki cultivar grown in Tunisia with regard to fruit ripening and irrigation regimes. Int. J. Food Sci. Technol., 46: 577-585.
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  16. Dabbou, S., I. Gharbi, F. Brahmi, A. Nakbi and M. Hammami, 2011. Impact of packaging material and storage time on olive oil quality. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 10: 16929-16936.
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  17. Dabbou, S., F. Brahmi, S. Dabbou, M. Issaoui, S. Sifi and M. Hammami, 2011. Antioxidant capacity of Tunisian virgin olive oils from different olive cultivars. Afr. J. Food Sci. Technol., 2: 92-97.
  18. Dabbou, S., F. Brahmi, R. Selvaggini, H. Chehab and S. Dabbou et al., 2011. Contribution of irrigation and cultivars to volatile profile and sensory attributes of selected virgin olive oils produced in Tunisia. Int. J. Food Sci. Technol., 46: 1964-1976.
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  19. Dabbou, S., H. Chehab, B. Faten, S. Dabbou and S. Esposto et al., 2010. Effect of three irrigation regimes on Arbequina olive oil produced under Tunisian growing conditions. Agric. Water Manage., 97: 763-768.
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