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A. Ali, G. Elmowalid, M. Abdel-Glil, T. Sharafeldin, F. Abdallah, S. Mansour, A. Nagy, B. Ahmed and M. Abdelmoneim

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Nagwa Meguid, Motaza Omran, Iman Ghorab, Ahmed Dardir, Ehab Ragaa, Suzette Helal and Mona Anwar

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Wafaa M. Ezzat, Halla M. Ragab, Nabila Abd El Maksoud, Nour A. Abdulla and Yasser A. Elhosary

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Małgorzata Zaremba, Jerzy Trzciński and Fabian Welc

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Azza Mohamed Sarry El Din, Moushira Erfan Zaki, Wafaa A. Kandeel, Sanaa Kamal Mohamed and Khaled Helmi El Wakeel

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Alyaa Kotby, Mona Anwar, Ola El-Masry, Mostafa Awady, Ali El-Nashar and Nagwa Meguid

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Sahar A. El-Masry, Nayera E. Hassan, Rokia A. El-Banna and Mohamed S. El Hussieny

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Mie Afify, Nervana Samy, Mohamed Abd El-Maksoud, Maha Hasheim, Omnia Saleh and M. Elnemr

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Jerzy Trzciński, Małgorzata Zaremba, Sławomir Rzepka, Witold Bogusz, Tomasz Godlewski and Tomasz Szczepański

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Tarek A. Morsy, Ahmed E. Kholif, Sobhy M. Kholif, Abdelkader M. Kholif, Xuezhao Sun and Abdelfattah Z. M. Salem

exogenous enzymes on nutrient digestibility, blood composition, milk production and its composition as well as milk fatty acids profile in dairy buffaloes. Egyptian J. Nutr. Feeds, 15: 13-22. Koba K., Akahoshi A., Yamasaki M. (2002). Dietary conjugated linolenic acid in relation to CLAdifferently modifies body fat mass and serum and liver lipid levels in rats. Lipids, 37: 343-350. Kumar N.U., Singh B., Verma D.N. (1980). Effect of different levels of dietary protein and energy on growth of male buffalo calves. Indian. J. Anim. Sci., 51, p