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Salama, O., M. Shafie, and A. M. Aboul-Naga, "Magnitude of Reproductive Wastage in Rahmani Fat-Tailed Sheep and their Crosses with Prolific Finn Sheep", PUBLICATION-EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR ANIMAL PRODUCTION, vol. 68: PUDOC-CENTRE AGRIC PUBL AND DOCUMENTATION, pp. 87-87, 1994. Abstract
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Barady, A. M., M. M. Shafie, and A. Mutaal, "Maturation of homeothermy in Fayoumi chickens [Egypt].", Egyptian Journal of Animal Production, vol. 19, 1979. Abstract
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Ragab, M. T., M. M. Shafie, and M. Kilani, "Milk yield and milking rates of the individual quarters of the udder in buffaloes, Egyptian cows and Friesian cows", J Anim Prod United Arab Repub, 1971. Abstract

25 buffaloes, 18 Egyptian cows and 26 Friesian cows were hand-milked twice daily at 0700 and 1500 h throughout lactation. Quarters were milked individually in sequence: right fore, right rear, left fore, left rear. Forequarters contributed 28.7, 39.8 and 38.4% of morning milk and 32.2, 44.8 and 38.2% of evening milk of buffaloes, Egyptian cows and Friesian cows, respectively. Relative milk yield from each quarter remained fairly constant throughout lactation. Milking rates of forequarters wer

Shafie, M. M., M. T. Ragab, and M. Kilany, "Milking time and initial milk yield in buffaloes, Egyptian cattle and Friesian cattle", J Anim Prod United Arab Repub, vol. 1969, 1971. Abstract

The time taken to hand milk (milk flow time) and to strip each quarter of (i) 19 buffaloes, (ii) 12 Egyptian cows and (iii) 26 Friesian cows was measured in the morning and evening on 2 days/wk throughout lactation. Average milk flow time (min) and stripping time (min) for each group respectively were: (i) 5.6 and 3.1, (ii) 3.4 and 2.9, (iii) 3.4 and 3.0 in the morning; and (i) 3.5 and 1.6, (ii) 2.9 and 1.5, (iii) 2.4 and 2.5 in the evening. Correlation coeff. between milk yield and total mil...

Shalaby, A. A., M. K. Nakhla, M. S. Shafie, H. M. Mazyad, and D. P. Maxwell, "Molecular characterization of tomato yellow leaf curl geminivirus (TYLCV) isolated from pepper collected in Egypt", Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor, vol. 35, 1997. Abstract
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Shafie, M. M., "Morphological and anatomical characteristics of subtropical sheep and goats as means of adaptation to hot climate", 43rd Annual Meeting of the European Association for Animal Production, Madrid, Spain, pp. 14-19, 1992. Abstract
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