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    L'Afrique islamique = Islamisches Afrika = Africa islamica

    Ahmad, Nasir
    [Lieu de publication non identifié] : [éditeur non identifié]
    1966
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    Title: L'Afrique islamique = Islamisches Afrika = Africa islamica / [Nasir Ahmad... et al.]
    Author: Ahmad, Nasir
    Publisher: [Lieu de publication non identifié] : [éditeur non identifié]
    Date: 1966
    Format: 311 p. ; 22 cm
    Series: Le monde religieux. N.S. ; vol. 29
    Documents in this series: Le monde religieux = Die religiöse Welt = Il mondo religioso : éditions d'oecuménisme élargi et d'histoire moderne des religions
    RERO subject: Islam - Afrique
    RERO subject - form: [Études diverses]
    RERO No.: 0342643
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    Title: Jesus im Qur-ân : die wahrheitsgetreue Darlegung der Geschichte von Jesus Christus in den Worten des Qur-âns, der Heiligen Schrift des Islams / Nasir Ahmad
    Author: Ahmad, Nasir
    Publisher: Zürich : Ahmadiyya Mission des Islams
    Date: 1952
    Format: 24 p. ; 8⁰
    RERO No.: 0174958
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    Islam : 60 Fragen und Antworten

    Ahmad, Nasir
    Zürich : Verl. Der Islam
    [1964]
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    Title: Islam : 60 Fragen und Antworten / Nasir Ahmad
    Author: Ahmad, Nasir
    Publisher: Zürich : Verl. Der Islam
    Date: [1964]
    Format: 132 p. ; 8⁰
    RERO subject: Islam
    RERO No.: 0174956
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    Thermoluminescence Properties of Aluminium Oxide doped Strontium, Lithium and Germanium prepared by Combustion Synthesis method

    Ahmad, N
    EPJ Web of Conferences, Vol.156 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Roles of the Drosophila SK Channel (dSK) in Courtship Memory (Roles of Drosophila SK Channel in Courtship Memory)

    Abou Tayoun, Ahmad N, Pikielny, Claudio, Dolph, Patrick J
    PLoS ONE, 2012, Vol.7(4), p.e34665 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    141 Effect of method of breeding and season on pregnancy rate, cumulative embryonic and fetal losses in lactating Nili-Ravi buffalo

    Ahmad, N, Qayyum, A, Arshad, U
    Journal of Animal Science, 2017, Vol. 95(suppl4), pp.69-70 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: 141 Effect of method of breeding and season on pregnancy rate, cumulative embryonic and fetal losses in lactating Nili-Ravi buffalo
    Author: Ahmad, N; Qayyum, A; Arshad, U
    Subject: Breeding Method And Season ; Nili - Ravi Buffalo ; Pregnancy Rate
    Description: Buffalo reproductive efficiency is challenging due to seasonal anestrus, lowered fertility, and higher embryonic losses. Basic information on reproductive norms is generally lacking in buffalo. The objective of this study was to determine the effect of method of breeding and season on pregnancy rate and cumulative embryonic and fetal losses in Nili-Ravi buffalo. Buffalo (n = 130) ranging from 4 to 8 years of age, having 350 to 550 kg body weight and 60 to 200 days post-partum were enrolled in this study. Oestrus detection was performed twice a day by an apronized teaser buffalo bull for one hour each. A 2 × 2 factorial design was used to address method of breeding and season. Buffalo (n = 130) exhibiting oestrus along with the presence of a large sized (>12 mm) follicle were randomly assigned to be bred either in peak breeding season (PBS; n = 80) or low breeding season (LBS; n = 50). Within each season, buffalo were divided to receive either natural service (NS; n = 65) or artificial insemination (AI; n = 65). For natural service, a buffalo, in oestrus, was allowed to remain with the bull until mating. Artificial insemination was achieved using the frozen thawed semen of a bull of known fertility, 24 hours after the onset of standing oestrus. PBS comprised of September to December, and LBS were from May to July. Serial ultrasonography was done on Day 30, 45, 60, and 90 after breeding (Day 0) to monitor pregnancy rate, embryonic mortality, and fetal losses. Results revealed that the pregnancy rate when determined on Day 30 after breeding was higher in NS as compared to the AI group (63% vs. 43%; P < 0.05) during PBS while it did not differ (48% vs. 32%; P > 0.05) in LBS. The cumulative embryonic and fetal losses between Day 31 and 90 were significantly lower in PBS than LBS (33% vs. 60%; P < 0.05), ignoring breeding method. In conclusion, pregnancy rates were better with natural service in peak breeding season, and cumulative embryonic fetal losses were higher in low breeding season in Nili-Ravi buffalo. It is implied that this base line information can help in devising strategies to improve reproduction in buffalo. [Editor: Please check < and > signs in this abstract, as abnormal coding (< and >) was originally used throughout.   was also used but was deleted as it appeared only between complete sentences (perhaps to indicate a space).]
    Is part of: Journal of Animal Science, 2017, Vol. 95(suppl4), pp.69-70
    Identifier: 0021-8812 (ISSN); 1525-3163 (E-ISSN); 10.2527/asasann.2017.141 (DOI)

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    Investigating the production of foreign membrane proteins in tobacco chloroplasts: expression of an algal plastid terminal oxidase

    Ahmad, N, Michoux, F, Nixon, Pj
    PLoS One, 25 July 2012 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Three-dimensional temporal bone reconstruction from histological sections

    Ahmad, N, Wright, A
    The Journal of Laryngology & Otology, 2014, Vol.128(5), pp.416-420 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    ReFOLD: a server for the refinement of 3D protein models guided by accurate quality estimates

    Shuid, Ahmad N, Kempster, Robert, Mcguffin, Liam J
    Nucleic Acids Research, 2017, Vol. 45(W1), pp.W422-W428 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    465 Resynchronization with ovsynch improves cumulative pregnancy and reduces embryonic losses in CIDR-GnRH synchronized Nili-Ravi buffalo

    Ahmad, N, Arshad, U, Qayyum, A, Hassan, M, Husnain, A, Sattar, A
    Journal of Animal Science, 2017, Vol. 95(suppl4), pp.228-228 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: 465 Resynchronization with ovsynch improves cumulative pregnancy and reduces embryonic losses in CIDR-GnRH synchronized Nili-Ravi buffalo
    Author: Ahmad, N; Arshad, U; Qayyum, A; Hassan, M; Husnain, A; Sattar, A
    Subject: Cumulative Pregnancy ; Resynchronization ; Nili - Ravi Buffalo
    Description: The objective of the present study was to determine the effect of resynchronization on Day 23 either with OVS or CIDR on pregnancy rate, cumulative pregnancy, embryonic and fetal losses in CIDR-GnRH synchronized Nili-Ravi buffalo. For this, buffalo of mixed parity (n = 181), lactating, 181 ± 72.8 days postpartum, having BCS 3.2 ± 0.5 (scale of 1-5) and 400-600 kg weight were subjected to the synchronization as well as resynchronization. All buffalo received CIDR protocol on Day -9.5. In addition, GnRH was injected 36 h after CIDR removal and FTAI was performed 18 h later (Day 0). On Day 23, buffalo were randomly assigned to receive one of the following treatments 1) OVS (n = 63), 2) CIDR (n = 55) and 3) control (CON; n = 63) for resynchronization (2 nd AI). Pregnancy rate and embryonic and fetal losses were monitored by serial ultrasonography on Day 30, 45, 60 and 90 after synchronization (1 st AI), respectively. The pregnancy retention rate in OVS buffalo remained significantly and consistently higher ( P < 0.05) than the CON at day 30, 45, 60 and 90 after 1 st FTAI. The pregnancy rate in resynchronized open buffalo did not differ ( P > 0.05) between OVS and CIDR groups. Whereas, cumulative pregnancy rate in OVS group (84%) after first and second FTAI when determined on Day 64 was higher ( P < 0.05) than CON (59%) group. The embryonic losses were significantly lower ( P < 0.05) in OVS (18%) buffalo, when compared to CON (42%) buffalo on Day 45 post 1 st AI. Fetal losses were fewer and did not differ ( P > 0.05) due to treatment on Day 60 or 90 post 1 st AI. In conclusion, i) the pregnancy rate and cumulative pregnancy rate in OVS buffalo was higher than CON buffalo when determined on Day 64 after resynchronization, ii) embryonic and fetal losses were lower in OVS buffalo when determined from Day 31 - 90 compared to CON buffalo.
    Is part of: Journal of Animal Science, 2017, Vol. 95(suppl4), pp.228-228
    Identifier: 0021-8812 (ISSN); 1525-3163 (E-ISSN); 10.2527/asasann.2017.465 (DOI)