Ultra-structural study of Egyptian buffalo
oocytes before and after in vitro maturation.
The Egyptian buffalo population is 4,200,000 head with a total annual fresh milk production of 2,614,500 tones, representing ~45% of total milk production .
El-Loly and Mansour  reported that the total solids, protein, fat and ash contents of Egyptian buffalo colostrum were higher after parturition from 0 to 12 hours postpartum being 30.
Body conformation appeared to be controlled by common and unique factors in Egyptian buffalo
bulls Shahin et al.
Improving the reproductive performance of Egyptian buffalo
cows by changing the management system.
Our findings are in contrast to Egyptian buffalo
where high total protein and casein protein contents were found assCiated with AY-LG BB (Gouda et al.
Succesful separation on Craniopagus parasiticus in an egyptian buffalo
Creatine phosphokinase and aspartate aminotransverase profiles and its relation to the severity of uterine torsion in Egyptian buffalo
Our findings are inline with the study on Egyptian buffalo
semen, where supplementation of glucose in tris based diluter improved the motility of buffalo bull spermatozoa (El-Azab et al.
Some physiological responses of pregnant Egyptian buffalo
to niacin supplementation.
2008) reported a significantly higher percentage of sperm with intact acrosome after the addition of cysteine (5mM) in Egyptian buffalo
1984) reported increase in motility of Egyptian buffalo
bull spermatozoa after the addition of fructose and lactose than glucose in Tris based extender.