Dr. Rifat Ullah Khan

Dr. Rifat Ullah Khan

Assistant Professor
University of Agriculture, Peshawar, Pakistan


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Veterinary Physiology from University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan

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Biography

Dr. Rifat Ullah Khan is currently holds a position of Assistant Professor at Department of Animal Health, The University of Agriculture, Peshawar, Pakistan. He has received his Ph.D. in Veterinary Physiology from University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. He also served as Assistant Professor at University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. He has published 66 research articles in journals and 2 books contributed as author/co-author. Dr. Rifat has received Research Productivity Award from Pakistan Council for Science and Technology Islamabad, Pakistan. Dr. Rifat is member of International Society of Camelid Research and Development and Australian Society of Animal Production. He also supervised and co-supervised number of student’s thesis. He has completed 1 funded research project as principal investigator.

Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Animal Nutrition
62%
Animal Feeding
90%
Poultry Science
75%
Veterinary Physiology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Shah, A.A., X. Yuan, R.U. Khan and T. Shao, 2018. Effect of lactic acid bacteria‐treated King grass silage on the performance traits and serum metabolites in New Zealand white rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus). J. Anim. Physiol. Anim. Nutr., 102: e902-e908.
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  2. Saqib, M.N., M.S. Qureshi and R.U. Khan, 2018. Changes in postpartum metabolites and resumption of ovarian cyclicity in primiparous and multiparous dairy cows. Applied Biol. Chem., 61: 107-111.
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  3. Rehman, Z., N. Chand, R.U. Khan, S. Khan and M.S. Qureshi, 2018. An assessment of the growth and profitability potential of meat-type broiler strains under high ambient temperature. Pak. J. Zool., 50: 429-432.
  4. Khan, S., R.U. Khan, W. Alam and A. Sultan, 2018. Evaluating the nutritive profile of three insect meals and their effects to replace soya bean in broiler diet. J. Anim. Physiol. Anim. Nutr., 102: e662-e668.
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  5. Dhama, K., K. Karthik, R. Khandia, A. Munjal and R. Tiwari et al., 2018. Medicinal and therapeutic potential of herbs and plant metabolites/extracts countering viral pathogens-current knowledge and future prospects. Curr. Drug Metab. 10.2174/1389200219666180129145252.
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  6. Chand, N., S. Naz, Z. Rehman and R.U. Khan, 2018. Blood biochemical profile of four fast-growing broiler strains under high ambient temperature. Applied Biol. Chem. 10.1007%2Fs13765-018-0358-4.
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  7. Abudabos, A.M., A.H. Alyemni, Y.M. Dafalla and R.U. Khan, 2018. The effect of phytogenics on growth traits, blood biochemical and intestinal histology in broiler chickens exposed to Clostridium perfringens challenge. J. Applied Anim. Res., 46: 691-695.
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  8. Zia ur Rehman, S. Naz, R.U. Khan and M. Tahir, 2017. An update on the potential application of L-carnitine in poultry. World’s Poult. Sci. J., 73: 823-830.
  9. Zia ur Rehman, S. Khan, N. Chand, U. Sadique and R.U. Khan, 2017. In vivo effects of Allium cepa L. on the selected gut microflora and intestinal histomorphology in broiler. Acta Histochem., 119: 446-450.
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  10. Zia ur Rehman, N. Chand, S. Khan and R.U. Khan, 2017. Evaluating the immune response and antioxidant potential in four broiler strains under chronic high ambient temperature. Pak. J. Zool., 49: 2087-2091.
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  11. Zia ur Rehman, N. Chand and R.U. Khan, 2017. The effect of vitamin E, l-carnitine, and ginger on production traits, immune response and antioxidant status in two broiler strains exposed to chronic heat stress. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 24: 26851-26857.
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  12. Qureshi, M.S., S. Akhtar and R.U. Khan, 2017. The effect of vitamin E and selenium on physiological, hormonal and antioxidant status of Damani and Balkhi sheep submitted to heat stress. Applied Biol. Chem., 60: 585-590.
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  13. Khan, R.U., S. Naz and A.M. Abudabos, 2017. Towards a better understanding of the therapeutic applications and corresponding mechanisms of action of honey. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 24: 27755-27766.
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  14. Khan, I.M., R.U. Khan, M.S. Qureshi, T. Usman, A. Khan, Z. Ullah and H. Rehman, 2017. Cross breeding promotes deterioration of semen quality in cattle bulls. Pak. J. Zool., 49: 1383-1389.
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  15. Ihsanullah Qureshi, M.S., S.M. Suhail, S. Akhtar and R.U. Khan, 2017. Postpartum ovarian activities, blood metabolites and milk yield are influenced by changing levels of thermal stress in crossbred dairy cows. Int. J. Biometerol., 61: 1561-1569.
  16. Chand, N., S. Naz, H. Maris, R.U. Khan, S. Khan and M.S. Qureshi, 2017. Effect of betaine supplementation on the performance and immune response of heat stressed broilers. Pak. J. Zool., 49: 1857-1862.
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  17. Alhidary, I.A., Z. Rehman, R.U. Khan and M. Tahir, 2017. Anti-aflatoxin activities of milk thistle (Silybum marianum) in broiler. World's Poult. Sci. J., 73: 559-566.
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  18. Abudabos, A.M., R.M. Al-Atiyat and R.U. Khan, 2017. A survey of mycotoxin contamination and chemical composition of distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS) imported from the USA into Saudi Arabia. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 24: 15401-15405.
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  19. Abudabos, A.M., A.H. Alyemni, Y.M. Dafalla and R.U. Khan, 2017. Effect of organic acid blend and Bacillus subtilis alone or in combination on growth traits, blood biochemical and antioxidant status in broilers exposed to Salmonella typhimurium challenge during the starter phase. J. Applied Anim. Res., 45: 538-542.
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  20. Abdelrahman, M.M., R.S. Aljumaah and R.U. Khan, 2017. Effects of prepartum sustained-release trace elements ruminal bolus on performance, colustrum composition and blood metabolites in Najdi ewes. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 24: 9675-9680.
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  21. Abdelrahman, M.M., I. Alhidary, A.H. Alyemni, R.U. Khan, A.R.S. Bello, M.Y. Al-Saiady and R.A. Amran, 2017. Effect of alfalfa hay on rumen fermentation patterns and serum biochemical profile of growing Naemi lambs with ad libitum access to total mixed rations. Pak. J. Zool., 49: 1519-1519.
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  22. Tehseen, M., M. Tahir, R.U. Khan, A. Jabbar, B. Ahmad, T. Ahsan, S. Khan and A.M. Abudabos, 2016. Additive effect of Nigella sativa and Zingiber officinale herbal mixture on performance and cholesterol profile in broiler. Philippine Agric. Sci., 99: 408-413.
  23. Shah, A.A., M.S. Khan, S. Khan, N. Ahmad, I.A. Alhidary, R.U. Khan and T. Shao, 2016. Effect of different levels of alpha tocopherol on performance traits, serum antioxidant enzymes and trace elements in Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) under low ambient temperature. Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia, 45: 622-626.
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  24. Rehman, H., I.A. Alhidary, R.U. Khan, M.S. Qureshi, U. Saddique, H. Khan and H. Yaqoob, 2016. Relationship of age, breed and libido with semen traits of cattle bulls. Pak. J. Zool., 48: 1793-1798.
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  25. Raza, T., N. Chand, R.U. Khan, M.S. Shahid and A.M. Abudabos, 2016. Improving the fatty acid profile in egg yolk through the use of hempseed (Cannabis sativa), ginger (Zingiber officinale) and turmeric (Curcuma longa) in the diet of Hy-Line white leghorns. Arch. Tierzucht, 59: 183-190.
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  26. Naz, S., M. Idris, M.A. Khalique, Zia-Ur-Rahman and I.A. Alhidary et al., 2016. The activity and use of zinc in poultry diets. World's Poult. Sci. J., 72: 159-167.
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  27. Khan, S., S. Naz, A. Sultan, I.A. Alhidary and M.M. Abdelrahman et al., 2016. Worm meal: A potential source of alternative protein in poultry feed. World's Poult. Sci. J., 72: 93-102.
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  28. Khan, S., R.U. Khan, A. Sultan, M. Khan, S.U. Hayat and M.S. Shahid, 2016. Evaluating the suitability of maggot meal as a partial substitute of soya bean on the productive traits, digestibility indices and organoleptic properties of broiler meat. J. Anim. Physiol. Anim. Nutr., 10.1111/jpn.12419.
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  29. Khan, R.U., S. Naz, K. Dhama, K. Kathrik and R. Tiwari et al., 2016. Direct-Fed Microbial: Beneficial applications, modes of action and prospects as a safe tool for enhancing ruminant production and safeguarding health. Int. J. Pharmacol., 12: 220-231.
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  30. Khan, R.U., N. Chand and A. Akbar, 2016. Effect of organic acids on the performance of Japanese quails. Pak. J. Zool., 48: 1799-1803.
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  31. Chand, N., S. Muhammad, R.U. Khan, I.A. Alhidary and Zia ur Rehman, 2016. Ameliorative effect of synthetic γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) on performance traits, antioxidant status and immune response in broiler exposed to cyclic heat stress. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 23: 23930-23935.
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  32. Chand, N., H. Faheem, R.U. Khan, M.S. Qureshi, I.A. Alhidary and A.M. Abudabos, 2016. Anticoccidial effect of mananoligosacharide against experimentally induced coccidiosis in broiler. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 23: 14414-14421.
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  33. Alzawqari, M.H., A.A. Al-Baddany, H.H. Al-Baadani, I.A. Alhidary, R.U. Khan, G.M. Aqil and A. Abdurab, 2016. Effect of feeding dried sweet orange (Citrus sinensis) peel and lemon grass (Cymbopogon citratus) leaves on growth performance, carcass traits, serum metabolites and antioxidant status in broiler during the finisher phase. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 23: 17077-17082.
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  34. Alhidary, I.A., M.M. Abdelrahman, R.U. Khan and R.M. Harron, 2016. Antioxidant status and immune responses of growing camels supplemented a long-acting multi-trace minerals rumen bolus. Ital. J. Anim. Sci., 15: 343-349.
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  35. Alhidary, I.A., M.M. Abdelrahman, A.H. Alyemni, R.U. Khan, M.Y. Al-Saiady, R.A. Amran, and F.A. Alshamiry, 2016. Effect of alfalfa hay on growth performance, carcass characteristics and meat quality of growing lambs with ad libitum access to total mixed rations. Rev. Bras. Zootecnia, .
  36. Alhidary, I.A., M.M. Abdelrahman, A.H. Alyemni, R.U. Khan, M.Y. Al-Saiady, R.A. Amran and F.A. Alshamiry, 2016. Effect of alfalfa hay on growth performance, carcass characteristics and meat quality of growing lambs with ad libitum access to total mixed rations. Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia, 45: 302-308.
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  37. Alhidary, I.A., M.M. Abdelrahman and R.U. Khan, 2016. Comparative effects of direct-fed microbials alone or with a trace minerals supplements on the productive performance, blood metabolites and antioxidant status in grazing Awassi lambs. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 23: 25218-25223.
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  38. Alhidary, I., M.M. Abdelrahman, A.H. Alyemni, R.U. Khan, A.H. Al-Mubarak and H.H. Albaadani, 2016. Characteristics of rumen in Naemi lamb: Morphological changes in response to altered feeding regimen. Acta Histochem., 118: 331-337.
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  39. Abudabos, A.M., A.H. Alyemni, Y.M. Dafalla and R.U. Khan, 2016. The effect of phytogenic feed additives to substitute in-feed antibiotics on growth traits and blood biochemical parameters in broiler chicks challenged with Salmonella typhimurium. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res., 23: 24151-24157.
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  40. Sultan, A., T. Ullah, S. Khan and R.U. Khan, 2015. Effect of organic acid supplementation on the performance and ileal microflora of broiler during finishing period. Pak. J. Zool., 47: 635-639.
  41. Sultan, A., I. Uddin, S. Khan, R. Ullah, H. Khan, N.A. Khan and R.U. Khan, 2015. Effect of yeast derived carbohydrate fraction on growth performance, apparent metabolizable energy, mineral retention and gut histomorphology of broilers during starter phase. Pak. Vet. J., 35: 409-413.
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  42. Sultan, A., H. Obaid, S. Khan, I.U. Rehman, M.K. Shah and R.U. Khan, 2015. Nutritional effect of flaxseeds on cholesterol profile and fatty acid composition in egg yolk. Cereal Chem., 92: 50-53.
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  43. Shahid, S., N. Chand, R.U. Khan, S.M. Suhail and N.A. Khan, 2015. Alternations in cholesterol and fatty acids composition in egg yolk of rhode island red x fyoumi hens fed with hemp seeds (Cannabis sativa L.). J. Chem., Vol. 2015. 10.1155/2015/362936.
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  44. Majid, A., M.S. Qureshi and R.U. Khan, 2015. In vivo adverse effects of alpha-tocopherol on the semen quality of male bucks. J. Anim. Physiol. Anim. Nutr., 99: 841-846.
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  45. Dhama, K., S.K. Latheef, M. Saminathan, H.A. Samad and K. Karthik et al., 2015. Multiple beneficial applications and modes of action of herbs in poultry health and production: A review. Int. J. Pharmacol., 11: 152-176.
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  46. Tanweer, A.J., N. Chand, U. Saddique, C.A. Bailey and R.U. Khan, 2014. Antiparasitic effect of wild rue (Peganum harmala L.) against experimentally induced coccidiosis in broiler chicks. Parasitol Res., 113: 2951-2960.
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  47. Sultan, A., I. Ullah, S. Khan, R.U. Khan and Zahoor ul Hassan, 2014. Impact of chlorine dioxide as water acidifying agent on the performance, Ileal microflora and intestinal histology in quails. Archiv fur Tierzucht, Vol. 57. .
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  48. Rehman, F.U., M.S. Qureshi and R.U. Khan, 2014. Effect of soybean based extenders on sperm parameters of Holstein-Friesian bull during liquid storage at 4°C. Pak. J. Zool., 46: 185-189.
  49. Rahman, H.U., M.S. Qureshi and R.U. Khan, 2014. Influence of dietary zinc on semen traits and seminal plasma antioxidant enzymes and trace minerals of Beetal bucks. Reprod. Domestic Anim., 49: 1004-1007.
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  50. Khan, R.U., Zia-ur-Rahman, I. Javed and F. Muhammad, 2014. Serum antioxidants and trace minerals as influenced by vitamins, probiotics and proteins in broiler breeders. J. Applied Anim. Res., 42: 249-255.
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  51. Khan, R.U., Z.U. Rahman, I. Javed and F. Muhammad, 2014. Effect of vitamins, protein level and probiotics on immune response of moulted male broiler breeders. J. Anim. Physiol. Anim. Nutr., 98: 620-627.
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  52. Khan, R.U., S. Naz, K. Dhama, M. Saminathan and R. Tiwari et al., 2014. Modes of action and beneficial applications of chromium in poultry nutrition, production and health: A review. Int. J. Pharmacol., 10: 357-367.
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  53. Khan, R.U., S. Naz and K. Dhama, 2014. Chromium: Pharmacological applications in heat-stressed poultry. Int. J. Pharmacol., 10: 213-317.
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  54. Javdani, M., Z. Nikousefat, R.U. Khan and M. Hashemnia, 2014. Uterine leiomyoma in a golden hamster. Online J. Vet. Res., 18: 1-6.
  55. Hayat, T., A. Sultan, R.U. Khan, S. Khan, Zahoor ul Hassan, R. Ullah and T. Aziz, 2014. Impact of organic acid on some liver and kidney function tests in Japanese quails, Coturnix coturnix Japonica. Pak. J. Zool., 46: 1179-1182.
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  56. Dhama, K., R. Tiwari, R.U. Khan, S. Chakraborty and M. Gopi et al., 2014. Growth promoters and novel feed additives improving poultry production and health, bioactive principles and beneficial applications: The trends and advances-a review. Int. J. Pharmacol., 10: 129-159.
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  57. Chand, N., S. Naz, Z. Shah, S. Khan, A.S. Shah and R.U. Khan, 2014. Growth performance and immune status of broilers fed graded levels of Albizia lebbeck seeds. Pak. J. Zool., 46: 574-577.
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  58. Chand, N., S. Naz, A. Khan, S. Khan and R.U. Khan, 2014. Performance traits and immune response of broiler chicks treated with zinc and ascorbic acid supplementation during cyclic heat stress. Int. J. Biometeorol., 58: 2153-2157.
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  59. Chand, N., Ihsanudin and R.U. Khan, 2014. Replacement of soybean meal with yeast single cell protein in broiler ration: The effect on performance traits. Pak. J. Zool., 46: 1753-1758.
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  60. Rehman, Z.U., S. Khan, N. Chand, K. Khan and R.U. Khan et al., 2013. Association of water based infusion of Allium sativum and Withania somnifera with serum lipid profile of broiler chicks. Sarhad J. Agric., 29: 249-254.
  61. Mushtaq, M., S. Naz, S. Khan, Sajid-ur-Rehman and R.U. Khan, 2013. In vivo effect of Berberis lyceum and Silybum marianum on production performance and immune status in broiler chicks. Archiv Tierzucht, 56: 911-916.
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  62. Khan, R.U., Zia-ur- Rahman, I. Javed and F. Muhammad, 2013. Supplementation of dietary vitamins, protein and probiotics on semen traits and immunohistochemical study of pituitary hormones in zinc-induced molted broiler breeders. Acta Histochemica, 115: 698-704.
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  63. Khan, R.U., Z.U. Rahman, I. Javed and F. Muhammad, 2013. Effect of vitamins, probiotics and protein level on semen traits and seminal plasma biochemical parameters of post-moult male broiler breeders. Br. Poult. Sci., 54: 120-129.
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  64. Khan, R.U., Z. Rahman, I. Javed and F. Muhammad, 2013. Supplementation of vitamins, probioitics and proteins on oxidative stress, enzymes and hormones in post-moulted male broiler breeder. Archiv Tierzucht, 61: 607-616.
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  65. Khan, R.U. and S. Naz, 2013. The applications of probiotics in poultry production. World's Poult. Sci. J., 69: 621-632.
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  66. Tufarelli, V., S. Naz, R.U. Khan, D. Mazzei, M. Introna and V. Laudadio, 2012. Milk quality, manufacturing properties and blood biochemical profile from dairy cows fed peas (Pisum sativum L.) as dietary protein supplement. Archiv fur Tierzucht, 55: 132-139.
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  67. Tufarelli, V., R.U. Khan, D. Mazzei and V. Laudadio, 2012. Performance and carcass measurements of ewe lambs reared in a feedlot and fed wheat (Triticum durum Desf.) middlings total mixed rations in the summer season. Trop. Anim. Health Prod., 44: 779-784.
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  68. Tufarelli, V., R.U. Khan and V. Laudadio, 2012. Evaluating the suitability of field beans as a substitute for soybean meal in early-lactating dairy cow: Production and metabolic responses. Anim. Sci. J., 83: 136-140.
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  69. Laudadio, V., L. Passantino, A. Perillo, G. Lopresti, A. Passantino, R.U. Khan and V. Tufarelli, 2012. Productive performance and histological features of intestinal mucosa of broiler chickens fed different dietary protein levels. Poult. Sci., 91: 265-270.
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  70. Laudadio, V., A. Dambrosio, G. Normanno, R.U. Khan, S. Naz, E. Rowghani and V. Tufarelli, 2012. Effect of reducing dietary protein level on performance responses and some microbiological aspects of broiler chickens under summer environmental conditions. Avian Biol. Res., 5: 88-92.
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  71. Khan, R.U., Z.U. Rahman, Z. Nikousefat, M. Javdani, V. Laudadio and V. Tufarelli, 2012. Vitamin E: Pharmaceutical role in poultry male fecundity. World's Poult. Sci. J., 68: 63-70.
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  72. Khan, R.U., Z.U. Rahman, Z. Nikousefat, M. Javdani and V. Tufarelli et al., 2012. Immunomodulating effects of vitamin E in broilers. World's Poult. Sci. J., 68: 31-40.
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  73. Khan, R.U., Z.U. Rahman, I. Javed and F. Muhammad, 2012. Effects of vitamins, probiotics and protein level on semen traits and some seminal plasma macro- and microminerals of male broiler breeders after zinc-induced molting. Biol. Trace Element Res., 148: 44-52.
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  74. Khan, R.U., Z.U. Rahman, I. Javed and F. Muhammad, 2012. Effect of vitamins, probiotics and protein on semen traits in post-molt male broiler breeders. Anim. Reprod. Sci., 135: 85-90.
  75. Khan, R.U., Z. Nikousefat, V. Tufarelli, S. Naz, M. Javdani and V. Laudadio, 2012. Garlic (Allium sativum) supplementation in poultry diets: Effect on production and physiology. World's Poult. Sci. J., 68: 417-424.
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  76. Khan, R.U., V. Laudadio and V. Tufarelli, 2012. Semen traits and seminal plasma biochemical parameters in white leghorn layer breeders. Reprod. Domestic Anim., 37: 190-195.
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  77. Khan, R.U., S. Naz, Z. Nikousefat, V. Tufarelli, M. Javdani, M.S. Qureshi and V. Laudadio, 2012. Potential applications of ginger (Zingiber officinale) in poultry diets. World's Poult. Sci. J., 68: 245-252.
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  78. Khan, R.U., S. Naz, Z. Nikousefat, V. Tufarelli and V. Laudadio, 2012. Thymus vulgaris: Alternative to antibiotics in poultry feed. World's Poult. Sci. J., 68: 401-408.
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  79. Khan, R.U., S. Naz, Z. Nikousefat, M. Selvaggi, V. Laudadio and V. Tufarelli, 2012. Effect of ascorbic acid in heat-stressed poultry. World's Poult. Sci. J., 68: 477-490.
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  80. Khan, R.U., S. Naz, M. Javdani, Z. Nikousefat, M. Selvaggi, V. Tufarelli and V. Laudadio, 2012. The use of turmeric (Curcuma longa) in poultry feed. World's Poult. Sci. J., 68: 97-103.
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  81. Khan, R.U., S. Naz and V. Tufarelli, 2012. Hemp Seeds and Broiler Performance. Lap Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany., ISBN: 978-3-659-11926-2, Pages: 56..
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  82. Zahoor, A., M. Manzoor, A. Usama, A. Ahmad, S. Rheman and R.U. Khan, 2011. Epidemiology, electrolytes balance and treatment strategy of equine anhidrosis. Res. Opin. Anim. Vet. Sci., 1: 4-7.
  83. Tufarelli, V., R.U. Khan and V. Laudadio, 2011. Vitamin and trace element supplementation in grazing dairy ewe during the dry season: Effect on milk yield, composition and clotting aptitude. Trop. Anim. Health Prod., 43: 955-960.
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  84. Tufarelli, V., R.U. Khan and V. Laudadio, 2011. Feeding of wheat middlings in lamb total mixed rations: Effects on growth performance and carcass traits. Anim. Feed Sci. Technol., 17: 130-135.
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  85. Tufarelli, V., R.U. Khan and V. Laudadio, 2011. Feed intake in guinea fowl, layer hen and pheasant as influenced by particle size of pelleted diets. Int. J. Poult. Sci., 10: 238-240.
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  86. Tufarelli, V., R.U. Khan and V. Laudadio, 2011. Effect on milking performance of vitamin-trace element supplements to early lactation Italian brown cows grazing ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) pasture. Asian-Aust. J. Anim. Sci., 24: 1227-1232.
  87. Rehman, S.U., F.R. Durrani, N. Chand, R.U. Khan and F.U. Rehman, 2011. Comparative efficacy of different schedules of administration of medicinal plants infusion on hematology and serum biochemistry of broiler chicks. Res. Opin. Anim. Vet. Sci., 1: 8-14.
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  88. Khan, R.U., Z. Nikousefat, M. Javdani, V. Tufarelli and V. Laudadio, 2011. Zinc-induced moulting: Production and physiology. World's Poult. Sci. J., 67: 497-506.
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  89. Khan, R.U., S. Naz, Z. Nikousefat, V. Tufarelli, M. Javdani, N. Rana and V. Laudadio, 2011. Effect of vitamin E in heat-stressed poultry. World's Poult. Sci. J., 67: 469-478.
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