Publication of the Department - Animal Nutrition

  • Effect of dry neem leaves (DNL) in the reduction of ammonia level of poultry litter compared to the biochemical amendment -Shishir S. R., Murshed H. M., Dey B., Al-Mamun M.J Anim Sci Adv 2013, 3(7): 345-353 (Award-Winning Paper) Source:
  • Comparison of carcass and meat characteristics between male and female indigenous rabbit of Bangladesh HM Murshed 1, SR Shishir2, SME Rahman* 1, Deog-Hwan Oh 3, Bang. J. Anim. Sci. 2014. 43 (2): 154-158
  • Effect of organic acid addition in low protein and energy diet on the performance of broiler-S.R. Shishir1*, H.M. Murshed2, M.R. Ahmed3, K.M.S. Islam1, Z.H. Khandaker1, J.  Agril. Sci., 1 (2): 29-37, July 2016; ISSN 1728-7987
  • Selected as an Emerging scientist and presented an article entitled “Microwave heat treatment can improve quality of lucerne hay” on Dairy research symposium 2019, organized by Dairy Research Foundation, the University of Sydney at the Bega, NSW

  • Review article entitled “Application of microwave in agriculture” presented and published on the proceeding of 61st Grassland Society of Southern Australia Annual Conference 2019

  • Review article entitled “Microwave Heat Treatment Improves Feed Nutritive Value - A Review” presented on the Australasian Radio Frequency and Microwave Application Symposium, 2019

  • Md Safiqur Rahaman Shishir, Muhammad Jamal Khan, Hassan Khanaki, Graham Brodie, Brendan Cullen, Long Cheng, PSVII-35 Late-Breaking Abstract: Microwave heat treatment feed effect on ruminal degradability and intestinal protein digestibility - a brief review, Journal of Animal Science, Volume 98, Issue Supplement_4, November 2020, Pages 342–343,

  • Shishir, Md Safiqur Rahaman, Graham Brodie, Brendan Cullen, Ravneet Kaur, Ellie Cho, and Long Cheng. "Microwave Heat Treatment Induced Changes in Forage Hay Digestibility and Cell Microstructure." Applied Sciences 10, no. 22 (2020): 8017.