abdelhamid youssif

abdelhamid youssif

Damanhour University

H-index: 17

Africa-Egypt

About abdelhamid youssif

abdelhamid youssif, With an exceptional h-index of 17 and a recent h-index of 16 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Damanhour University, specializes in the field of Poultry.

abdelhamid youssif Information

University

Damanhour University

Position

Animal and Poultry Production Department

Citations(all)

912

Citations(since 2020)

608

Cited By

571

hIndex(all)

17

hIndex(since 2020)

16

i10Index(all)

20

i10Index(since 2020)

17

Email

University Profile Page

Damanhour University

abdelhamid youssif Skills & Research Interests

Poultry

Top articles of abdelhamid youssif

Growth performance, meat quality, blood constituents and welfare status of male Japanese quail's allowed different housing space fortified with vitamin E and/or chromium chloride

A total of 612 males JQ were divided into three groups and offered three housing space at 100, 116, and 141 cm2/chick, respectively during 21-56 days of age. Each group was divided into 4 subgroups and fed diets without additives (control group) or supplemented with 20 mg of Cr as CrCl3, 250 mg Vit E, and 20 mg Cr+ 250 mg Vit E/kg diet, respectively. Low housing space increased (P< 0.05) growth and improved feed conversion ratio (FCR) and meat protein. Quails at low or intermediate housing space and fortified with Cr had higher growth than those at high housing space, and Cr improved FCR at low housing space. The low housing space negatively affects welfare, and meat quality. The Cr, and Vit E fortification to low housing space improved the meat quality, and welfare status of quails.

Authors

Youssef A Attia,Fulvia Bovera,E Abd El-Hamid,Mohamed A Hamid,Mohammed A Mandour,Saber Sh A Hassan

Journal

JKMet. Environ. Arid Land Agric. Sci

Published Date

2021/1/1

Effect of housing density, dietary vitamin E and/or chromium chloride on laying performance, egg quality, reproductive traits, and welfare status of Japanese quail hens

A total of 288 Japanese quail chickens aged 8 weeks were used in factorial agreement including three stocking density (330, 247, and 198 cm2/hen) and four dietary additives without or with 20 mg of CrCl3 and/or 250 mg vitamin E (Vit E)/kg diet to study the impact of housing density and fortification with Vit E and/or Cr on performance and welfare. Chickens housed at low 330 cm2 showed a higher egg laying rate (ELR) and daily egg mass (DEM), but lower (P< 0.05) broken eggs percentage than the other stocking groups, and CrCl3 and/or Vit E did not overcome the adverse effects of housing stress on performance and welfare.

Authors

Youssef A Attia,Fulvia Bovera,E Abd El-Hamid,Mohamed A Hamid,Mohammed A Mandour,Saber Sh A Hassan

Published Date

2021

abdelhamid youssif FAQs

What is abdelhamid youssif's h-index at Damanhour University?

The h-index of abdelhamid youssif has been 16 since 2020 and 17 in total.

What are abdelhamid youssif's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Growth performance, meat quality, blood constituents and welfare status of male Japanese quail's allowed different housing space fortified with vitamin E and/or chromium chloride

Effect of housing density, dietary vitamin E and/or chromium chloride on laying performance, egg quality, reproductive traits, and welfare status of Japanese quail hens

are the top articles of abdelhamid youssif at Damanhour University.

What are abdelhamid youssif's research interests?

The research interests of abdelhamid youssif are: Poultry

What is abdelhamid youssif's total number of citations?

abdelhamid youssif has 912 citations in total.

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