CV and Research Papers – M Subhan Qureshi, President DSP

CV and Research Papers – M Subhan Qureshi, President DSP

Download, Qureshi MS – CV

Qualifications: DVM, MSc Hons, PhD (Theriogenology) (UA Faisalabad)

Position: President Dairy Science Park, Room 3, Floor 3, Azam Tower, University Road, Peshawar-25000, Pakistan/Adjunct Professor, Charles Sturt University, Australia/Ex-Dean FAHVS, University of Agriculture, Peshawar

Phone: Tel/Mobile/WhatsApp +92 300 587 7933; Email: drmsqureshi@gmail.com

CAREER HISTORY

Charles Sturt University (CSU) Australia (Current): CSU was joined as Adjunct Professor during 2010 which will continue up to 2022. I outlined some of the key factors that impact on the reproductive efficiency of the Pakistani dairy buffaloes herd. It was found that under-nutrition and nutritional imbalance through feeding high protein-low energy diets suppress ovarian cyclicity. Interestingly ovarian activity is often negatively associated with insulin like growth factor 1 (IGF1) levels since this is associated with higher milk yields. Clearly nutrient partitioning is playing a role here particularly when cows and buffalo are underfed. Interestingly, mid-chain length fatty acids (C12-C14) are more prevalent in milk from crossbred (Sahiwal-Friesian crosses) than in purebred Sahiwal milk in which shorter chain saturated fatty acids prevail. I attended joint ISNH / ISRP International Conference-2014 at Canberra and present paper on productivity and fertility of crossbred cattle in the subtropical environment of Peshawar Pakistan. Pak-Australia Dairy Project was assisted and supervised students research at Peshawar, regarding reproductive biotechnology and women in development. Australian Farming System was studied; visits were made to the farms and clinics and farmers meetings were attended at Charles Sturt University, WaggaWagga, in collaboration with Prof Peter Wynn. The main problem identified was the difficulty of farmers in getting technical and marketing services; summer stress faced by the animals; and scarcity of labors due to migration of the younger generations from rural to urban areas.

Dairy Science Park (DSP) Peshawar, (Current): DSP was established as Founder/Chief Patron during 2011 and is being supervised as President, currently. DSP was introduced as a sacred mission for welfare of people of the war-hit Region through generation of self-employment, Halal foods and biotech export surpluses. The Park has been registered as a Scientific Society with the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Pakistan; KP Chamber of Commerce and Industries; and accepted by the United Nations as #SDGAction9671 (http://dairysciencepark.org.pk/). In line with the vision of the Higher Education Commission, the business incubation concepts were integrated into postgraduate research ongoing at the Faculty, shaping up the University – Industry linkages. A biennial series of international workshops was initiated and it continued during November, 2011, 2013 and 2015, each by 450+ delegates, with 100+ technical papers and industrial exhibition. The proceedings were published online/printed and in impact factor journals. DSP I focused on post-flood revival of dairy industry, DSP II on meat potential of the region; DSP III on entrepreneurship development for the outgoing graduates and; DSP IV was held at Selcuk University Konya, Turkey during 2017, with the theme “Achieving Food Security through Entrepreneurship Development and Biorisk Management (BRM)”.

Sandia National Laboratories USA have been supporting DSP under a Biorisk Management Collaboration. Eight consultative workshops have been held in Amsterdam, Dubai, Bangkok, Phuket, Colombo, Konya, Jordan and Dubai, participated by 105 members-times of DSP for curriculum development, integration of biorisk management concept into the food value chain, training of senior faculty members and revision of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Curriculum under Pakistan Veterinary Medical Council guidelines. BRM Center was included under the FAO KP Livestock Action Plan 2019 as National Consultant.

Emerging industries in milk and meat processing and marketing have been provided technical and Quality Control certification support to relieve legal threats from the District Administration, who focus on price–capping of milk and meat rather than quality. Meat shops established on modern lines of hygiene produce quality beef; however such facilities are raided by the government agencies on the basis of higher prices. DSP facilitates inspection of such facilities provide SOPs for quality standards and issue a certificate. Similar services are being extended to private slaughter houses and meat/milk processing centers and other emerging entrepreneurs. A road map has been prepared for developing a Hygienic/Halal meat export base. The plan is aimed at introducing good practices into livestock SMEs. The plan has been supported by the provincial Agriculture Minister, Special Assistants to Chief Minister KP on Law and Livestock.

Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO)  of the United Nations (completed): FAO was assisted as National Consultant Livestock and Dairy Development, at Peshawar during June 20 to August 31. Of course, this was an exciting task for me, as I have interacted with various stakeholders across the livestock-based value chain during my 36-years regular career as a civil officer with the provincial government and as a professor/dean at the University of Agriculture Peshawar. I got a productive interaction with the private sector, policy makers and international players through academia-industries-government linkages. The dairy, mutton, poultry and fish farmers are usually landless people, living a life with little access to quality foods and education. Their income is usually very little in spite of having a huge resource-base and the food they are producing for the consumers in the form of milk, meat and eggs, is neither assured for quality parameters, nor monitored under some traceability system. They are subjected to penalty by the district administration when they sale meat and milk of pure quality at somewhat higher prices. Hence the livestock and poultry farmers are facing unbearable financial burden and most of these valuable assets are on way to total collapse. Ten public and private sector organizations are mandated for serving the Livestock Sector covering extension, research, fisheries, education, livestock markets, slaughter houses price regulation, food safety, trade and farmers welfare. However, lack of coordination and their apathy towards the farmers and processors, has left the burning issues unattended.

I tried my best to prepare KP Livestock Action Plan 2019 as a relief for the weaker stakeholders across the livestock value chain, in the public and private sectors, within a governance framework of Academia-Industry-Government-Society Nexus. An autonomous Livestock Technopark Peshawar (LTP) has been suggested to be established, initially as a Task Force through an executive order and later on through an Act of the Legislative Assembly/Ordinance of Governor; with full regulatory, administrative, financial and legislative powers to protect all the stakeholders of the livestock industry, and engage all relevant private and public sector organizations with shared authority and responsibility. At the end of the year 2021 LTP would be able to generate direct decent employment models to the tune of 18,000, each one earning about Rs. 50,000 per month and employing five more persons each. Hygienic, Halal and Organic food would be produced per annum valuing Rs. 5,098 billion. A fraction of 10% may be injected into Halal Meat and Biotech Export Market. Motivated young graduates in veterinary, engineering, medical, business and social sciences would be joining LTP for their career development and transformation of ideas into actions to serve the society. Quality conscious consumers would be having access to traceable food products in the towns. Public and private sector organizations would have access to sufficient operational funds for motivating their staff and serving people.  And this is the Beacon of Hope committed by the author through title of the Action Plan.

University of Agriculture Peshawar (Completed): Joined the University of Agriculture Peshawar during 2005 as full professor and served as Dean for two tenures. I have been working as HEC representative at PVMC and member of several professional bodies. Engaged in Teaching, Research and Industrial Linkage in animal health, reproduction, entrepreneurship and biorisk management; supervised PhD students 19, MPhil 84; subjects taught Reproductive Physiology; Livestock Industry; Stress Physiology; research projects completed 6; research publications in impact factor journals 53; books/chapters published 15, including a book on Reproductive Physiology published by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan.

Functionalized the UAP Univ Feed Mill under a lease arrangement through as private partner. Successfully introduced the feed at private dairy farmers in Peshawar and adjacent districts, competing with other feed manufacturers, based upon the best prices and quality. Initiated research on physiological base of animals’ productivity and stress physiology/animals welfare and tailored the postgraduate studies and research and development projects into these priorities. Motivated the faculty members and students for winning research grants to respond to the local problems and explore business and industrial aspects of livestock and poultry production.

The Ex-Chief Minister KP, Mr Akram Khan Durrani approved the concept of the DSP as a development plan and recommended establishment of the University of Veterinary Innovations and Commercialization with up-gradation of the existing Faculty of AHVS, UAP establishment of additional facilities like slaughter houses, livestock markets and entrepreneurship models.  The Higher Education Commission accepted the Park as a Center of Excellence. Senior Minister KP, Mr Inayatullah Khan has agreed on establishment of DSP Board, under an Act of the Provincial Assembly, comprising Quality Control Laboratory Complex, Business Incubation Center, Halal Research Center and an Endowment Fund. His proposal for establishment of Task Force for DSP was approved by the Chief Minister. The Chief Secretary KP has declared DSP as an innovative idea. The idea of Mardan TechnoPark and Quetta TechnoPark was accepted in a meeting of relevant authorities under chairmanship of Mr Arif Yousaf, Special Assistant to Chief Minister KP and Governor Balochistan. DSP IV – 2017 Konya endorsed the concept and Konya Teknokent offered cooperation through an MoU.

Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (completed): After getting DVM degree from UVAS Lahore, joined Livestock Department, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan during 1983 as Veterinary Officer (Health) and continued up to 2005. I worked on semen processing, farm management, feeding and health coverage. Worked at Civil Veterinary Hospital and provided therapeutic and immunization services to the incoming animals. Worked as Senior Research Officer on Herd Health Program and registered buffalo farms for applied research and extension services; analyzed the prevailing practices of feeding, health and reproductive management, introduced good practices and organized the farmers into Sarhad Dairy Farmers Association, facilitating them for availing services of various research, development, marketing and financial institutions. Completed master and doctoral degrees and published a report on mismanaged livestock sector, loosing an export potential of US$ 20 billion at national level. The two successive Chief Ministers endorsed the Chief Minister Development Plan prepared by the author.

Publications

Impact Factor Journals

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01-ibic-conventional-buff-farming 02-ibic-chemotherapy-nematodes
03-ajas-buff-reprod-season-nutritional 04-ajas-buff-reprod-season
05-buff-milk-progesterone-roc 06-ajas-buff-reprod-protein
07-ajas-broilers-berberis-cholesterol 08-wbc-pregmilk
09-anirep-buff-reprod-suckling 10-ajas-buff-preg-lactation
11-buff-feed-my-decline-sz-tropical 12-buff-preg-lact-sz-pjz-abc
13-buff-breeding-efficiency-pjz-sms 14-pjz-buff-reprod-nutr-review
15-buff-preg-lact-pjz-sz1 16-buff-milk-fa-ajas-anila
17-ajb-diet-bov-milk-protein 18-nyla-aflatoxin-binding
19-milkcompbuff-turk-vet-j 20-pjb-tariq-antibacterial
21-arshad-probiotic 22-milkdeclinepostconception
23-salmonella-aftab 24-goatpoxsajid
25-stressreprodphysiol 26-halalfoodsaadia
27-sadiqueccpp 28-khanhairfolliclepregdiag
29-hf-tahir 30-rkhanwaterquality
31-shaista-fattyacidmilk 32-freezsemenkundibuffalo
33-rifat-ginger 34-tanweer-peganum1
35-anila-markers 36-usman-java
37-pvj-ace 38-turkish-semen
39-peanut-khan-mt 40-pvj-peganum-harmala
41-pjz-fowad 42-tariq-mastitis-tropical
43-hafiz-zinc-semen-rda 44-sylwan-salmonella-meat
45-ibic-anila-milk-fa 46-japan-majid-tocopherol-semen
47-pjz-wahab-rabbit1 48-hassan-anticoccidial1
49-ikram-pjz1 50-ikram-pjz-lactation-stress
51-ijar-ubaid-metabol-reprod 52 rahman pjz semen

53 green tea – semen – pjz                             54 Int J biometerol reprod stress

55 vit E seleium stress shakir                       56. betain broiler stress pjz

57 pvj brucella                                                 58 zia broilers meat

59 najam poarpartum metabilites              60 ibrar bull xbred semen

61 Abubakar PPR Peste                                62 tuberculosis asad

63 M Shah pjz 2019

List of publications

  1. Qureshi MS, 1995. Conventional Buffalo Farming System in NWFP Pakistan. Buffalo Bulletin, 14 (2): 38-41.
  2. Qureshi MS, F Malik and M Amjad and SA Khan, 1997. Incidence and chemotherapy of gastrointestinal nematodes in dairy buffaloes in the north-western valley of Pakistan. Buffalo Bulletin, 16 (3): 56-59.
  3. Qureshi M.S, H.A. Samad, G. Habib., R.H. Usmani, M.M. Siddiqui, 1999. Study on factors leading to seasonality of reproduction in dairy buffaloes. I. Nutritional factors. Asian-Aust. J. Anim. Sci, 12 (7): 1019-1024.
  4. Qureshi M.S.; G. Habib., H.A. Samad, A. Lodhi, R.H. Usmani, 1999. Study on factors leading to seasonality of reproduction in dairy buffaloes. II.Non-nutritional factors. Asian Aust. J. Anim. Sci. 12 (7): 1025-1030.
  5. Qureshi MS, G Habib, G Nawab, MM Siddiwqui, N Ahmad and HA Samad, 2015. Milk Progesterone Profiles in Various Reproductive States in Dairy Buffaloes under Field Conditions. Natl. Sci. Counc. ROC(B) Vol. 24, No. 2, 2000. pp. 70-75.
  6. Qureshi M.S., G. Habib, H.A. Samad, M.M. Siddiqui, N.Ahmad, M. Syed, 2002. Reproduction-nutrition relationship in dairy buffaloes. I. Effect of intake of protein, energy and blood metabolites levels. Asian-Aust. J Anim Sci, 15(3): 330-339.
  7. Chand N., F.R.Durrani, M.S.Qureshi, Z.Durrani, 2007. Role of Berberis lycium In Reducing Serum Cholesterol In Broilers. Asian Aust J. Anim. Sci. 20 (4): 563-568.
  8. Qureshi M.S., S. Khan and N. Ahmad, 2007. Pregnancy depresses milk yield in dairy buffaloes. J. Anim. Sci., 6 (Suppl. 2): 1290-1293.
  9. Qureshi M.S., N.Ahmad, 2008. Interaction among calf suckling, use of oxytocin, milk production and reproduction in dairy buffaloes. Animal Reproduction Science, 106: 380-392. doi:1016/j.anireprosci.2007.05.019.
  10. Khan S, MS Qureshi, N Ahmad, M Amjed, FR Durrani, M Younas, 2008. Effect of Pregnancy on Lactation Milk Value in Dairy Buffaloes. Asian Aust. J. Anim. Sci. 21(4): 523-531.
  11. Khan S, MS Qureshi, N Ahmad, M Amjed, M Younas, 2009. Feed Supplementation Prevents Decline in Milk Progesterone Levels associated with Post-conception Production Stress in Dairy Buffaloes. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 41: 1133-1142.
  12. Khan S, MS Qureshi, G. Habib, A Mushtaq, Ihsanullah, S Ahmad, SM Sohail and SS Afridee, 2009. Effect of pregnancy on lactation performance in dairy buffaloes. Pak J Zool., Sup. No.9. 55-60.
  13. Sohail, S.M., M.S. Qureshi, S Khan, G Habib, 2009. Relationship among various production and reproduction Contributors of Breeding Efficiency in Dairy Buffaloes of Pakistan. Pak J Zool., Sup. No.9, 297-301.
  14. Qureshi, M.S., 2009. Nutritional and Management Support to Reproduction in Dairy Buffaloes. Pak J Zool, Sup. 9: 895-909.
  15. Khan, S., MS Qureshi, SM Shah, SM Sohail, Ihsanullah, A. Rahman, 2009. Effect of pregnancy on milk yield and composition in buffaloes. Pak J Zool, Sup.9-II: 669-673. Cited 1
  16. Qureshi MS, A Mushtaq, S Khan, G Habib, ZA Swati, 2010. Variation in milk fatty acids composition with body condition in dairy buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis). Asian Aust J Anim Sci, 23: 340-345. Cited 1
  17. Ullah I, A Iqbal, I Ali, I Munir, E Ali, SJ Shah, N Ullah, SAK Bangash, ZA Swati and MS Qureshi, 2011. Role of dietary supplementation in the protein content of bovine milk. African J Biotech, 10 (18), 3624-3627.
  18. Chand N, FR Durrani, MS Qureshi, D Muhammad, Z Rehman, 2011. Protective effects of milk thistle (Silybum marianum) against aflatoxin B1 in broiler chicks. Asian Aust J Anim Sci. 24: 7 : 1011 – 1018. doi: 10.5713/ajas.2011.10418.
  19. Khan S, MS Qureshi, Ahmad, SM Shah, 2011. Milk Composition and Yield Changes with the Advancing Pregnancy in Dairy Buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis). Turkish J Vet Anim Sci, 2011; 35(6): 375-380. doi:10.3906/vet-0811-15.
  20. Hussain T, M Arshad, I Jan S Khan, H Sattar, MS Qureshi, 2011. In Vitro Screening Of Ten Pakistani Plants For Their Antibacterial Activity. Pakistan Journal of Botany, 43 (1): 531-538.
  21. Lutfullah G, T Akhtar, I Ahmad, MMAK Khattak, FR Durrani and MS Qureshi, 2011. Effects of Probiotic on the Intestinal Morphology with Special Reference to the Growth of Broilers. J Chem Soc Pak, 33 (1), 129-133.
  22. Khan S, MS Qureshi, M Younas, Rafiullah and M Inam, 2012. Modelling And Management Of Post-Conception Decline In Milk Yield Of Dairy Buffaloes. J Anim Plant Sci, 22 (2 Suppl.): 5-11.
  23. Aftab M, A Rahman, MS Qureshi, S Akhter, U. Sadique, A Sajid1 and S. Zaman, 2012. Level Of Salmonella In Beef Of Slaughtered Cattle At Peshawar. J Anim Plant Sci, 22 (2 Suppl.): 24-27.
  24. Sajid A, Z I Chaudhary, U Sadique, A Maqbol, MA Anjum, MS Qureshi, ZU Hassan, M Idress, M Shahid, 2012. Prevalence Of Goatpox Disease In Punjab Province Of Pakistan. J Anim Plant Sci, 22(2Suppl.): 28-3.
  25. Qureshi MS, 2012. Stress Impedes Reproductive Physiology Of Dairy Animals Under Subtropical Conditions. J Anim Plant Sci, 22 (2 Suppl.): 75-78.
  26. Qureshi SS, M Jamal, MS Qureshi, M Rauf, BH Syed, M Zulfiqar and N Chand, 2012. A Review Of Halal Food With Special Reference To Meat And Its Trade Potential. J Anim Plant Sci, 22 (2 Suppl.): 79-83.
  27. Sadique U, ZI Chaudhry1, MY Rana and AA Anjum, MS, M Idrees ZU Hassan, M Mushtaq, A Sajid, 2012. Clinico-pathological study of Contagious Caprine pleuropneumonia CCPP) in Small Ruminants. J Anim Plant Sci, 22 (2 Suppl.): 2012, Page: 45-50.
  28. Khan S, N Ishikawa, T Hattori, A Tajima, MS Qureshi, 2012. Effect Of Pregnancy On Body Hair Growth In Dairy Cattle. J Anim Plant Sci, 22 (2 Suppl.): 2012, Page: 87-91.
  29. Usman T, G Guo, SM Suhail, S Ahmed, L Qiaoxiang, MS Qureshi, Y Wang, 2012. Performance Traits Study Of Holstein Friesian Cattle Under Subtropical Conditions. J Anim Plant Sci, 22 (2 Suppl.): 92-95.
  30. Khan R, MS Qureshi, A Mushtaq, Ghufranullah, A Naveed, 2012. Effect Of Quality And Frequecy Of Drinking Water On Productivity And Fertility Of Dairy Buffaloes. J Anim Plant Sci, 22 (2 Suppl.): 96-101.
  31. Qureshi MS, S Jan, A Mushtaq, I Rahman, M Jan, Ikramullah, 2012. Effect of age on milk fatty acids in dairy buffaloes. J Anim Plant Sci, 22 (2 Suppl.): 108-112.
  32. Rehman ZU, MU Samo, TA Qureshi, S Khan, MS Qureshi, FA Khan, S Bahadadr, 2012. Studies On The Freezability Of Kundhi Buffalo Bull Semen. J Anim Plant Sci , 22 (2 Suppl.): 18-23.
  33. Khan RU, S Naz, Z Nikousefat, V Tufarelli, M Javdani, MS Qureshi, V Laudadio, 2012. Potential applications of ginger (Zingiber officinale) in poultry diets. World’s Poultry Sci J, 68, 245-252. doi: 10.1017/S004393391200030X.
  34. Tanweer AJ, N Chand, S Khan, MS Qureshi, A Akhtar, M Niamatullah, 2012. Impact Of Methanolic Extract Of Peganum Harmala On The Weight Gain, Feed Conversion Ratio, Feed Cost And Gross Return Of Broiler Chicks. J Anim Plant Sci, 22 (2): 264-267.
  35. Mushtaq A, MS Qureshi, S Khan, G Habib, ZA Swati, SU Rahman, 2012. Body condition score as a marker of milk yield and composition in dairy animals. J Anim Plant Sci, 22 (Sup 3): 169-173.
  36. Usman T, G Guo, SM Suhail, MS Qureshi, Y Wang, 2012. Estimation of genetic parameters of reproductive and milk yield traits using multiple-trait animal model in Holstein under subtropical conditions. J Anim Vet Adv, 11 (17): 3132-3139.
  37. Tomovska J, S Presilski, SPN Gjorgievski, N Tomovska, MS Qureshi and NP Bozinovska, 2013. Development of a spectrophotometric method for monitoring angiotensin-converting enzyme in dairy products. Pak Vet J, 34 (1): 14-18.
  38. Qureshi MS, D Khan, A Mushtaq, SS Afridi, 2013. Effect of extenders, post-dilution intervals and seasons on semen quality in dairy goats. Turkish J Vet Anim Sci. 37: 147-152. DOI: 10.3906/vet-1110-24.
  39. Khan MT, NA Khan, M Bezabih, MS Qureshi and A Rahman, 2013. The nutritional value of peanut hay (Arachis hypogaea L.) as an alternate forage source for sheep. Trop Anim Health Prod. 45:849–853, DOI 10.1007/s11250-012-0297-8.
  40. Tanweer AJ, N Chand, S Khan, A Sultan, MS Qureshi, A Akhtar, M Inam and Rafiullah, 2013. Association of Peganum harmala L. Supplementation with lipid Profile and its Economic Benefit in Broiler Production. Pak Vet J, 33(3): 313-316.
  41. Rahman FU, MS Qureshi and RU Khan, 2014. Effect of Soybean Based Extenders on Sperm Parameters of Holstein-Friesian Bull During Liquid Storage at 4ºC. Pakistan Zool., 46 (1): 185-189.
  42. Ali T, A Rahman, MS Qureshi, MT Hussain, MS Khan, S Uddin, M Iqbal and B Han, 2014. Effect of management practices and animal age on incidence of mastitis in Nili Ravi buffaloes. Trop Anim Health Prod, 46(7):1279-85. Doi. 10.1007/s11250-014-0641-2.
  43. Rahman HU, MS Qureshi, R Khan, 2014. Influence of dietary zinc on semen traits and seminal plasma antioxidant enzymes and trace minerals of Beetal bucks. Reproduction in Domestic Animals, 49 (6), 1004–1007; doi: 10.1111/rda.12422.
  44. Rahman A, MY Khan, O Sadiq, MS Qureshi, Nr Ahmed, N Shaheen, S Uddin, T Ali. Washing Of Animal Body Coat Effects On Salmonella Load On Hide And In Postslaughter Carcasses. Sylwan, 159 (3): 400-415.
  45. Qureshi MS, A Mushtaq, S Jan and IU Rahman, 2015. Effect of Age and Lactation on Milk Fatty Acid Profile in Dairy Buffaloes. Buffalo Bulletin, 34 (3): 275-283.
  46. Majid A, MS Qureshi and R Khan, 2015. “In vivo adverse effects of high dose of alpha-tocopherol on the semen quality of male bucks“. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 99 (5): 841–846. DOI: 10.1111/jpn.12284.
  47. Wahab A, H Khan, S Ahmad, MS Qureshi, Y Muhammad, S Khan, U Sadique and MK Shah, 2016. Biochemical Profile of Local Rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) During Successful Pregnancy Under Backyard Production System. Pakistan J. Zool, 48 (3):625-630.
  48. Chand N, H Faheem, RU Khan, MS Qureshi, IA Alhidary and AM Abudabos, 2016. Anticoccidial effect of mananoligosacharide against experimentally induced coccidiosis in broiler. Env Sci Pollution Res, 23 (14): 14414–14421. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-016-6600-x.
  49. Khan I, MS Qureshi, S Akhtar, I Ali and Ghufranullah, 2016. Fertility Improvement in Cross-Bred Dairy Cows Through Supplementation of Vitamin E as Antioxidant. Pakistan Pak J. Zool., vol. 48(4): 923-930.
  50. Khan I, MS Qureshi, S Ahmad, S Akhtar, H Khan and Ghufranullah, 2016. Effect of Lactation and Breed on Reproductive Cyclicity Under Various States of Oxidative Stress in Dairy Cattle Breeds. Pak J. Zool., 48 (5): 1431-1441.
  51. Qureshi MU, MS Qureshi, R Khan, A Rahman, SM Sohailb, A Ijaz, I Ahmad, S Ahmad, M Shoaib and A Basit, 2016. Relationship of blood metabolites with reproductive cyclicity in dairy cows. Indian J Anim Res. 50(3): 338-348.
  52. Rehman H, IA Alhidary, RU Khan, MS Qureshi, U Sadique, H Khan, and SH Yaqoob, 2016. Relationship of Age, Breed and Libido with Semen Traits of Cattle Bulls. Pak J. Zool., 48 (6), 1793-1798.
  53. Khan H, M Khan, MS Qureshi, S Ahmad, A Gohar, H Ullah, F Ullah, A Hussain, P Khatri, SSA Shah, H Rehman and A Khan, 2017. Effect of Green Tea Extract (Camellia sinensis) on Fertility Indicators of Post-Thawed Bull Spermatozoa. Pakistan J Zool, 49 (4): 1243-1249.
  54. Ihsanullah, MS Qureshi, SM Suhail, S Akhtar, RU Khan, 2017. Postpartum endocrine activities, metabolic attributes and milk yield are influenced by thermal stress in crossbred dairy cows. Int J Biometeorol, DOI 10.1007/s00484-017-1335-z.
  55. Khan S, Qureshi MS and RU 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 Biological Chemistry. 60 (6): 585-90.
  56. Chand N, S Naz, H Maris, RU Khan, S Khan and MS Qureshi, 2017. Effect of Betaine Supplementation on the Performance and Immune Response of Heat Stressed Broilers Pakistan J. Zool., 49(5): 1857-1862. PDF
  57. Khan MZ, T Usman, U Sadique, MS Qureshi, MF Hassan, M Shahid and A Khan, 2017. Molecular Characterization of Brucella abortus and Brucella melitensis in Cattle and Humans at the North West of Pakistan. Pak Vet J, 37(3): 360-363.
  58. Rehman ZU, N Chand, RU Khan, S Khan and MS Qureshi, 2018. An Assessment of the Growth and Profitability Potential of Meat-Type Broiler Strains under High Ambient Temperature. Pak J. Zool., 50(2): 429-435.
  59. Saqib MN, MS Qureshi and RU Khan, 2018. Changes in postpartum metabolites and resumption of ovarian cyclicity in primiparous and multiparous dairy cows. Applied Biological Chemistry, p: 1-5.
  60. Khan IM, RU Khan, MS Qureshi, T Usman, A Khan, Z Ullah and H Rehman, 2018. Cross Breeding Promotes Deterioration of Semen Quality in Cattle Bulls. Pak J. Zool., 50, Iss. 1, pp 97-103.
  61. Abubakar M, AB Zahur, K Naeem, MA Khan and MS Qureshi, 2018. Field and Molecular Epidemiology of Peste des Petits Ruminants in Pakistan. Pakistan J. Zool., 50 (2): 559-566.
  62. Ullah A, US Khattak, S Ayaz, MS Qureshi, I Khan, IU Jan, I Khattak, R Taj, S Nigar, NU Khan, MA Khan and ML Sohail, 2019. Bovine Tuberculosis (bTB): Prevalence and Associated Risk Factors in Large Ruminants in the Central Zone of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Pak J Zool, 51(1), 127-133.
  63. Shah M, MS Qureshi, RU Khan, M Mobashar, MA Khalique, I Khattak, …, 2019. Semen Quality of Bulls as Influenced by Breed, Body Condition Score and Ascorbic Acid under Heat Stress. Pakistan Journal of Zoology 51 (5).

HEC Recognized Journals

  1. Ikram 2018; Crossbred diary cows respond differently, Sarhad J Agric, 34(2): 301-310

Other Journals

  1. Khan, Nadar 2018; Effect of dietary energy levels; J Etomol Zool Studies, 2018; 6(1): 1427-1430
  2. Khan, Inamullah et al, 2016; valuation of Brucellosis as a Public Health Hazard; Meat Sci Vet Public Health, 1(1): 11-16.

Citations in impact factor journals

(ISI Web of Knowledge, Researcher ID/Author Identifiers: C-7212-2008); ORIC ID  0000-0002-1355-5924; Scopus ID: 7202876145

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  • Total Articles in Publication List: 57
  • Articles With Citation Data: 55
  • Sum of the Times Cited: 284
  • Average Citations per Article: 5.16
  • h-index: 9
  • Last Updated: 03/03/2019 18:23 GMT

 

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