Completed Research Projects

  1. The use of pawpaw seed as anthelmintics in goats
  2. Effects of water restriction in WAD and RS goats during hot-dry season
  3. Effects of temperature and humidity on egg fertility and hatchability of broiler-breeder and layer-breeder flocks in different zones of Nigeria
  4. Amelioration of detrimental effects of heat stress in broiler chickens offered chilled water and vitamin C
  5. Responses of broiler chickens to honey in drinking water during hot-dry season
  6. Heat shock protein (hsp70) concentration and its mRNA expression in Nigerian local and commercial broiler chickens
  7. Effect of early feed restriction on subsequent thermal tolerance in broilers
  8. Responses of broiler chickens to coconut water solution during hot-dry season
  9. Amelioration of stress induced by subcutaneous injection of corticosterone in broilers with honey and lime juice in water

Research Projects in Progress

  1. Effects of dietary tocopherol on quality and viability of fresh and cryopreserved broiler breeder semen
  2. Effect of in-ovo injection of vitamin E on egg hatchability, chick quality, oxidative stress indicators and pot-hatch performance of broiler chickens
  3. Comparative studies of adaptation, egg production, quality and hatchability of three strains of chickens under humid tropical environment

Research Projects completed but not yet published

  1. Heat shock protein (hsp70) concentration and its mRNA expression in Nigerian Local Chickens (NLC) and commercial broilers
  2. Amelioration of stress induced by subcutaneous injection of corticosterone in broilers with honey and lime juice in water
  3. Effects of dietary tocopherol on growth, physiological responses, blood parameters and oxidative status of growing broiler breeder chickens
  4. Effects of ascorbic acid in drinking water of broiler breeder chickens under humid tropical environment
  5. Effects of dietary tocopherol on quality and storability of broiler breeder semen

Last Updated on May 8, 2019 by FUNAAB

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