Dr. Khan Md. Shaiful Islam
Dr. Khan Md. Shaiful Islam

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Department of Animal Nutrition Email : kmsislam@bau.edu.bd
Faculty of Animal Husbandry
 
Research Interest:    Contribute livestock and poultry production at national and international level for nutrition and food security to achieve SDG. Also contribute to produce quality graduates and researchers from university specialized in livestock and poultry production. Major working area is feeds and fodder production and their conservation, processing feed to improve as value added feed ingredient, dairy cattle production, small scale farming and extension as well as environment friendly animal husbandry practices to get safe product from animal origin.
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06 Jun, 2010 -
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Total Number:  137
 
  1. M. S. Islam, R. Lv, H. L. Dang,M. Elsabagh, T. Sugino and T. Obitsu (2020). Anaerobic fermentation of rice bran using rumen liquor for desirable chemical changes as animal feed. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology (Submitted).
  2. R. A. Redoy, M M. Rahman, M. O. Fahad, M Al-Mamun, K. M. S. Islam (2020). Short time preservation of poultry viscera meal as a source of protein in broiler diet. British Poultry Science (Submitted).
  3. N Islam, M. S. Islam, A A Shuvo,  M A Nahar, A.K.M.Ahsan Kabir (2020). Impact of fermented de-oiled rice bran on broiler production. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition (submitted).
  4. M A Alam, M S R Khan, K M S Islam, U Dickhöfer and M A Grashorn (2020). In vitro fermentation of rice bran by isolated rumen bacteriafor desirable chemical changes for feeding non-ruminant animal. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition (submitted).
  5. M.S. Islam, MR Debi, R Haque and MM Uddin (2020). Effect of citric acid in low nutrient diet on the growth performance and bone mineral metabolism of broiler. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Sciences (Submitted).
  6. M. S. Islam, MR Debi and A Liesegang (2020). Performance and mineral metabolism of broiler replacing commercial diet by rice polish but supplementation of citric acid. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Sciences(Submitted)
  7. M. S. Islam, MR Debi and SN Moury (2020). Effect of Spirulina platensis instead of vitamin mineral premix in feed on the performance of broiler. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Sciences (Submitted)
  8. M. S. Islam, P Roy, MR Debi and M. Kamruzzaman (2020). Use of spirulina (spirulina platensis) from different sources instead of vitamin mineral premix for the performance of broiler. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Sciences. (Submitted).
  9. Sharifuzzaman, F. Sharmin, M.J. Khan, K.M. S. Islam (2020). Effects of low energy low protein diet with different levels of citric acid on growth, feed intake, FCR, dressing percentage and cost of broiler production. IOSR Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science (IOSR-JAVS).13(3): 33-41. DOI: 10.9790/2380-1303023341. www.iosrjournals.org
  10. Ahamed, S C Das, B Dey, M R Azad and K.M. S. Islam (2019). Supplementation of natural minerals on the performance of broiler. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science. 48 (2):92-98. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3329/bjas.v48i2.46762.
  11. T. Islam, MM Uddin, K.M. S. Islam and MN Sultana (2019). Effect of different sources of water on water quality and growth performance of growing bull. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science. 48(1):9-16.DOI: https://doi.org/10.3329/bjas.v48i1.44552.
  12. M. S. Islam (2019). Emphasis on Rice Milling by Products Instead of Straw for Feeding Livestock. Journal of Agricultural Engineering and Food Technology (JAEFT). 6(3):229-231. https://www.krishisanskriti.org
  13. Ghosh and K.M. S. Islam (2019). Islam Study on Possibility of Ensiling Cabbage and Tomato with Rice Straw for Feeding Livestock. International Conference on Recent Trend and Practices in Science, Technology, Management and Humanities for Sustainable Rural Development (STMH - 2019). pp 16-17. ISBN-978-93-85822-92-6.
  14. M. S. Islam, A. A. S. Shuvo, S. S. Achergee and A K M Ahsan Kabir (2018). Comparison of rice bran and deoiled rice bran as feed ingredient for broiler. Journal of Agricultural and Food Technology 5(2):58-61. http://www.krishisanskriti.org
  15. M A Alam, M. S. Islam, M. S. R. Khan, U. Dickhoefer and M. A. Grashorn (2018). Growth performance and blood profile of broiler fed fermented rice bran by rumen inoculums and supplementation of urea and molasses. Journal of Agricultural and Food Technology. 5(2):67-70. http://www.krishisanskriti.org
  16. R. Habib & M.H. Rashid & M.A. Islam & S. Majumder & K.M.S. Islam & S. Ahmed & M.S. Alam & E. Vargas-Bello-Pérez (2018). Influence of green grass-based diets on growth and reproductive performance in dairy heifers. Tropical Animal Health and Production. 50(4):889-895. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11250-018-1514-x.
  17. S. Islam, M. Khalil, K. Männer, J. Raila, H. Rawel, J. Zentek, F. J. Schweigert. (2017). Lutein specific relationship among some spectrophotometric and colorimetric parameters of chicken egg yolk. Journal of Poultry Science. 54: 271-277. doi: 10.2141/jpsa.0160065.
  18. M. S. Islam, M. R. Amin and F. J. Schweigert (2017). Carotenoid content of poultry egg under different feeding system in Bangladesh. International Journal of Poultry Science. 16(6):228-232. DOI:10.3923/ijps.2017.228.232.  https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=ijps.2017.228.232.
  19. M. S. Islam, M. J. Khan, M. Khalil and F. J. Schweigert. (2017). Physical and chemical quality of eggs from commercial chickens in Bangladesh. International Journal of Poultry Science. 16(6):221-227.DOI: 10.3923/ijps.2017.221.227.
  20. M. S. Islam, M. Khalil, K. Männer, J. Raila, H. Rawel, J. Zentek, F. J. Schweigert. (2016). Effect of dietary α-tocopherol increases bioavailability of lutein in laying hen. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition. 100: 868-875. DOI: 10.1111/jpn.12464.
  21. R. Shishir, H.M. Murshed, M.R. Ahmed, K.M. S. Islam, Z.H. Khandaker. 2016. Effect of organic acid addition in low protein and energy diet on the performance of broiler. Journal of Agricultural Science. 1 (2): 29-37.
  22. M. S. Islam; M. Khalil; K. Manner; J. Raila; H. Rawel; J. Zentek; Florian J. Schweigert. (2017). Lutein specific relationship among some spectrophotometric and colorimetric parameters of egg yolk from laying hen. The Journal of Poultry Science. 54(4): 271–277; DOI: 10.2141/jpsa.0160065.  
  23. M. S. Islam; T. Biswas; M. Debi; S. Saha; A. Liesegang. (2015). Performance and mineral metabolism of broiler fed commercial diet replaced by rice polish and citric acid supplementation. Ann Nutr Metab. 67 (suppl 1). pp. 485.
  24. M. S. Islam; M. Khalil; K. Manner; J. Raila; H. Rawel; J. Zentek; Florian J. Schweigert. (2015). Effect of dietary α-tocopherol on the bioavailability of lutein in laying hen. Ann Nutr Metab. 67 (suppl 1). pp. 485.
  25. M. S. Islam and F. J. Schweigert. (2015). Comparison of three spectrophotometric methods for analysis of egg yolk carotenoids. Food Chemistry. 172: 233-237. DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2014.09.045.
  26. Tanzin, K. M. S. Islam, M. R. Debi, M. R. Islam (2015). Effect of citric acid, herbal feed additive and their combination on the performance of Broiler. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science. 44(3): 143-150.
  27. Khalil., J. Raila, M. Ali, K. M. S. Islam, R. Schenk, J. P. Krause, F. J. Schweigert, H. Rawel. (2012). Stability and bioavailability of lutein ester supplements from Tagetes flower prepared under food processing conditions. Journal of Functional Foods. 4: 602-610. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jff.2012.03.006
  28. R. Shishir, H.M. Murshed, M.R. Ahmed, K.M.S. Islam, Z.H. Khandaker. 2016. Effect of organic acid addition in low protein and energy diet on the performance of broiler. Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 1 (2): 29-37.
  29. M. S. Islam, A. A. S. Shuvo, S. S. Achergee and A K M Ahsan Kabir (2018). Comparison of rice bran and deoiled rice bran as feed ingredient for broiler. Journal of Agricultural and Food Technology 5(2):58-61.
  30. M A Alam, M. S. Islam, M. S. R. Khan, U. Dickhoefer and M. A. Grashorn (2018). Growth performance and blood profile of broiler fed fermented rice bran by rumen inoculums and supplementation of urea and molasses. Journal of Agricultural and Food Technology. 5(2):67-70.
  31. R. Habib & M.H. Rashid & M.A. Islam & S. Majumder & K.M.S. Islam & S. Ahmed & M.S. Alam & E. Vargas-Bello-Pérez (2018). Influence of green grass-based diets on growth and reproductive performance in dairy heifers. Tropical Animal Health and Production. 50(4):889-895. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11250-018-1514-x
  32. S. Islam, M. Khalil, K. Männer, J. Raila, H. Rawel, J. Zentek, F. J. Schweigert. (2017). Lutein specific relationship among some spectrophotometric and colorimetric parameters of chicken egg yolk. Journal of Poultry Science. 54: 271-277. doi: 10.2141/jpsa.0160065
  33. M. S. Islam, M. R. Amin and F. J. Schweigert (2017). Carotenoid content of poultry egg under different feeding system in Bangladesh. International Journal of Poultry Science. 16(6):228-232. DOI:10.3923/ijps.2017.228.232.  https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=ijps.2017.228.232
  34. M. S. Islam, M. J. Khan, M. Khalil and F. J. Schweigert. (2017). Physical and chemical quality of eggs from commercial chickens in Bangladesh. International Journal of Poultry Science. 16(6):221-227. DOI: 10.3923/ijps.2017.221.227.
  35. M. S. Islam, M. Khalil, K. Männer, J. Raila, H. Rawel, J. Zentek, F. J. Schweigert. (2016). Effect of dietary α-tocopherol on the bioavailability of lutein in laying hen. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition. 100: 868-875. DOI: 10.1111/jpn.12464
  36. M. S. Islam; M. Khalil; K. Manner; J. Raila; H. Rawel; J. Zentek; Florian J. Schweigert. (2015). Lutein specific relationship among some spectrophotometric and colorimetric parameters of egg yolk from laying hen. Ann Nutr Metab. (suppl 1). 67. pp. 482.
  37. K. Das, K. M. S. Islam, and M. A. Islam. (2012). Performance and immunity of broiler due to addition of citric acid in low nutrient diet. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences. 82: 629-633. : https://www.researchgate.net/publication/288590894
  38. M. S. Islam (2012). Use of citric acid in broiler diet - a review. World’s Poultry Science Journal. 68: 104-118. DOI: 10.1017/S0043933912000116.
  39. M. S. Islam, H. Schaeublin, C. Wenk, M. Wanner, and A. Liesegang. (2012). Effect of dietary citric acid on the performance and mineral metabolism of broiler. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition. 96: 808-817.doi: 10.1111/j.1439-0396.2011.01225.x.
  40. N. Haque, K. M. S. Islam, M. A. Akbar, M. R. Karim, R. Chowdhury, M. Khatun and B. W. Kemppainen. (2010). Effect of dietary citric acid, flavomycin and their combination on the performance, tibia ash and immune status of broiler. Canadian Journal of Animal Sciences. 90: 57-63. DOI: 10.4141/CJAS09048.
  41. Khatun, K. M. S. Islam, M. A. R. Howleder, R. Chowdhury, M. N. Haque and M. R. Karim. (2009). Effects of dietary citric acid, probiotic and their combination on the performance, tibia ash and non-specific immune status of broiler. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences. 80:813-816. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/290554076.
  42. M. S. Islam, U. Klein and D. G. S. Burch. (2009).The activity and compatibility of the antibiotic, tiamulin, with other drugs in poultry medicine. Poultry Science. 88: 2353-2359. https://doi.org/10.3382/ps.2009-00257
  43. Chowdhury, K. M. S. Islam, M. J. Khan, M. R. Karim, M. N. Haque, M. Khatun and G. M. Pesti. (2009). Effect of citric acid, Avilamycin and their combination on the performance, tibia ash and immune status of broiler chicks. Poultry Science. 88: 1616-1622. https://doi.org/10.3382/ps.2009-00119
  44. M. S. Islam, S. Afrin, P. M. Das, M. M. Hassan, M. Valks,  D. G. S. Burch, B. W. Kemppainen. (2008). Compatibility of a combination of Tiamulin plus Chlortetracycline with Salinomycin in feed during a pulsed medication program co-administration in broilers. Poultry Science. 87: 2528-2534. https://doi.org/10.3382/ps.2008-00219.
  45. M. S. Islam, S. Afrin, M. J. Khan, P. M. Das, M. M. Hassan, M. Valks, D. G. S. Burch, G. M. Pesti. (2008). Compatibility of a combination of Tiamulin plus Chlortetracycline with Salinomycin in feed during a long-term co-administration in broilers. Poultry Science. 87: 1565-1568. DOI: 10.3382/ps.2008-00071.
  46. Schuhmacher, K. W. Bafundo, K. M. S. Islam, H. Aupperle, R. Glaser, H. A. Schoon and J. M. Gropp. (2006). Tiamulin and semduramicin: Effects of simultaneous administration on performance and health of growing broiler chickens. Poultry Science. 85: 441-446. DOI: 10.1093/ps/85.3.441.
  47. M. S Islam, A. Schuhmacher, C. Ellenberger, H.-A. Schoon and J. M. Gropp (2008). Effect of dietary humic acid on the performance and health status of broiler chicks. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences. 78: 873-878. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/286037245.
  48. A. Malek, M. J. Khan and K. M. S. Islam. (2008). Nutritive value of rice straw as affected by ensiling with urea and urease sources at various moisture levels. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences. 78: 182-185. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/289349800.
  49. J. Khan, W. Drochner, H. Steingass and K. M. S. Islam (2008). Nutritive evaluation of some tree leaves from Bangladesh for feeding ruminant animals. Indian Journal of Animal Science. 78: 1273-77. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/287009297.
  50. A. Malek, M. J. Khan and K. M. S. Islam (2008). Nutritional improvement of ensiled rice straw through supplementation of urea, molasses, soybean seed meal and aquatic plants. Indian Journal of Animal Science. 78: 1404-1407. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/288206190.
  51. M. S. Islam (2002). Feasibility of duckweed as poultry feed (a review). Indian Journal of Animal Science. 72: 67-72. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/286889789.
  52. M. S. Islam. (2001). Compositional profile of milk round the year at Baghabarighat milk shed area of Bangladesh. Indian Journal of Animal Science. 71: 989-991. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/294190858.
  53. Ahmed, M. J. Khan, M. Shahjalal and K. M. S. Islam (2002). Effect of feeding urea and soyabean meal treated rice straw on digestibility of feed nutrients and growth performance of bull calves. Asian-Australisian Journal of Animal Science. 15: 522-527. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5713/ajas.2002.522.
  54. M. S. Islam. (2001). Quality of morning and evening milk of Baghabarighat Milk Shed Area throughout the year. Asian-Australisian Journal of Animal Science. 14: 92-95. DOI: 10.5713/ajas.2001.92.
  55. M. S. Islam., M. Shahjalal, A. M. M. Tareque and M. A. R. Howlider. (1997). Complete replacement of dietary fish meal by duckweed and soybean meal on the performance of broilers. Asian-Australisian Journal of Animal Science.10: 629-634. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5713/ajas.1997.629.
  56. M. S. Islam, A. Schuhmacher, H. Aupperle and J. M. Gropp (2007). Fumaric acid in broiler nutrition: A dose titration study and safety aspects. International Journal of Poultry Science. 7: 903-907. http://dx.doi.org/10.3923/ijps.2008.903.907.
  57. M. S. Islam, M. A. K. Azad and S. M. Hossain (2001). Milk production profile in Baghabarighat milk shed area of Bangladesh. Pakistan Journal of Biological Science. 4: 912-915. http://dx.doi.org/10.3923/pjbs.2001.912.915N. https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=pjbs.2001.912.915.
  58. N, M. J. Khan and K. M. S. Islam. (2000). Feeding rations containing road side grass, maize silage or water hyacinth in bull calves. Pakistan Journal of Biological Science. 3: 1730-1732. http://dx.doi.org/10.3923/pjbs.2000.1730.1732.
  59. A. Rahman, M. Shahjalal, M. Al-Mamun and K. M. S. Islam. (2003). Effect of sources of nitrogen supplementation on growth and reproductive performance of female goats and sheep under grazing condition. Pakistan Journal of Biological Science. 6: 122-129.http://dx.doi.org/10.3923/pjbs.2003.122.129.
  60. A. Kabir., K. M. S. Islam., M. R. Debi., S. K. Das and M. Biswas (2010). Effects of different levels of energy and protein diets on productivity, meat quality and production cost of broiler. International Journal of Biological Research. 2: 01-05.
  61. S. Fasiullah., Z. H. Khandaker., K. M. S. Islam., M. Kamruzzaman and R. Islam (2010). Effect of dietary enzyme supplementation on nutrient utilization and growth performance of rabbit. International Journal of Biological Research. 1:17-21.
  62. S. A. Shahin., K. M. S. Islam., M. A. Akbar., M. N. Haque., R. Chowdhury and K. N. Islam (2009). Effect of citric acid supplementation on the performance of broiler. Indian J. Animal Nutrition. 16: 181-185.
  63. M. S. Islam, A. Schuhmacher, J. M. Gropp. (2005). Humic acid substances in animal agriculture. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition. 4: 126-134. DOI: 10.3923/pjn.2005.126.134.
  64. M. S. Islam, A. Schuhmacher, J. M. Gropp and H. A. Schoon. (2007). Yield, carcass and sensory characteristics of broiler meat after withdrawal of anticoccidial Semduramicin from Feed. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition. 6: 276-282. http://dx.doi.org/10.3923/pjn.2007.276.282.
  65. A. S. M. M. Islam, M. J. Khan, K. M. S. Islam and S. Ahmed. (2001). Replacement of fish meal by sesame oil cake on the performance of Starcross layer reared on pond. Journal of Biological Science.1: 267-268. http://dx.doi.org/10.3923/jbs.2001.267.268.
  66. R. Debi, K. M. S. Islam, M. A. Akbar, B. Ullha and S. K. Das (2010). Response of growing rabbits to different levels of dietary citric acid. Bangladesh J. Animal Science. 39: 125 - 133. https://doi.org/10.3329/bjas.v39i1-2.9685.
  67. M. Rahman, M. A. Akbar, K. M. S. Islam, A. B. M. Khaleduzzaman and A. B. M. R. Bostami (2009). Nutrient digestibility and growth rate of bull calves fed rice straw treated with wood ash extract. Bangladesh J. Animal Science. 38: 42-52. https://doi.org/10.3329/bjas.v38i1-2.9911
  68. M. S. Islam, M. A. K. Azad, and A. K. M. Zaharaby, and S. Ahmed. (2008): Performance of broiler while dietary administration of tylosin plus chlortetracycline along with Salinomycin. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology. 6; 425-428.
  69. Chowdhury, M. N. Haque, K. M. S. Islam, and A. B. M. Khaleduzzaman. (2009): A review on antibiotics in an animal feed. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science. 38: 22-32. https://doi.org/10.3329/bjas.v38i1-2.9909.
  70. N. Haque, R. Chowdhury, K. M. S. Islam, and M. A. Akbar. (2009): Propionic acid is an alternative to antibiotics in poultry diet. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science. 38: 115-122. https://doi.org/10.3329/bjas.v38i1-2.9920.
  71. M. S. Islam, M. N. Haque, R. Chowdhury, M. S. A. Shahin, and K. N. Islam. (2010): Effect of citric acid administration through water on the performance of broiler fed commercial diet. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology. 8: 181-184.
  72. R. Islam, S. M. E. Rahman, K. M. S. Islam and R. Chowdhury. (2009). Effect of dried slarry on yield and chemical composition of maize fodder (Zea mays). Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science. 37: 52-57.  https://doi.org/10.3329/bjas.v37i2.9881.
  73. Chowdhury, M. N. Haque, K. M. S. Islam and M. J. Khan. (2009). Potassium diformate: an existing new alternative to antiobiotic growth promoters. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science. 37: 99-105. https://doi.org/10.3329/bjas.v37i2.9887
  74. B. Ullah, K. M. S. Islam, M. A. Akbar, A. B. M. Khaleduzzaman and M. R. Debi 2009. Effects of levels and sources of protein on the performance and nutrient digestibility in black bengol goat. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science. 38(1&2): 53-60. https://doi.org/10.3329/bjas.v38i1-2.9912.
  75. Z. Islam, Z. H. Khandaker, S. D. Chowdhury and K. M. S. Islam. (2009). Effect of citric acid and acetic acid on the performance of broilers. Journal of Bangladesh Agricultural University. 6: 315-320. https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/JBAU/article/view/4828.
  76. Afrin, K. M. S. Islam, M. J. Khan, S. Fasiullah and A. K. M. Zaharaby. (2008). Carcass characteristics of broiler for co-administration of Tiamulin, Chlortetracyclin and Salinomycin. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology. 6: 357-360.
  77. M. S. Islam, M. A. K. Azad and A. K. M. Zaharaby and S. Ahmed (2008). Performance of broiler while dietary administration of tylosin plus chlortetracycline along with Salinomycin. Bangladesh Journal Progressive Science and Technology. 6: 25-428.
  78. Shahjalal, M. J. Khan and K. M. S. Islam. (1996). Effect of Rhizobium inoculation and Phosphate application on yield, chemical composition and nutritive value on Sunnhemp (Crotalaria juncea) forage in sheep. Bangladesh Journal of Training and Development. 9: 75-78.
  79. M. H. Azad, M. A. R. Howlider and K. M. S. Islam. (1998). Perfrmance of Starbro, Hybro and ISA Vedette broiler strain under identical management. Bangladesh Journal of Training and Development 11: 95-100.
  80. A. K. Azad, K. M. S. Islam and M. A. Latif. (1999). Evaluation of corn as replacement for wheat in broiler ration. Bangladesh Journal of Training and Development. 12: 167-172.
  81. Shahjalal, K. M. S Islam and A. M. M. Tareque (2002). Effect of maize-legume mixed cropping on yield and chemical composition. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science. 30: 93-98.
  82. A. Hamid, A. K. M. Zaharaby, K. M. S. Islam, S. M. I. Hossain and N. Sultana (2006). Women’s role in dairying: A rural development perspective. Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science. 35: 47-52.
  83. Ahmed, A. K. M. Zaharaby, K. M. S. Islam, M. A. S. Khan, A. K. M. A. Mannan, and M. Kamruzzaman. (2008). Seasonal variations of body weight and milk yield of desi and crossbred cows. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology. 6: 177-180.
  84. Ahmed, A. K. M. Zaharaby, M. A. S. Khan, A. K. M. A. Mannan, K. M. S. Islam and M. Kamruzzaman. (2008). Seasonal effects on reproductive performance of desi and crossbred cows in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology. 6: 181-184.
  85. M. S. Islam (2020). Safety Aspects of Animal Protein Production in Bangladesh. 10th Bianneal Conference and Seminar of Bangladesh Animal Husbandry Association. January 18, 2020. pp. 1-8.
  86. N Islam, K M S Islam, A A A Subho, A Nahar and A K M A Kabir. 2018. Effect of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) fermented de oiled rice bran on chemical changes and nutritive value in broiler. 11th International Poultry Seminar. WPSA-BB, 5-6 March 2019, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pp. 267.
  87. A Nahar, K M S Islam, A A A Subho, N Islam, A K M A Kabir. 2018. Chemical Changes of deoiled rice bran due to fermentation by yeast and effects of its feeding on the performance of broiler. 11th International Poultry Seminar. WPSA-BB, 5-6 March 2019, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pp. 208.
  88. M. S. Islam (2018). Rice milling and it’s by products as animal feed. International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Pp. 1-10.
  89. K M S Islam, A A S Shuvo, S S Acharjee 2018. Comparison of rice bran and deoiled rice bran as feed ingredient for broiler. International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. pp 31-36.
  90. M S Rahman, K M S Islam A A S Shuvo and M. Kamruzzaman. 2018. Effect of fermented rice bran using molasses in broiler diet. International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. 37-44.
  91. H Ullah, K M S Islam, A A S Shubho, M M Rahman, U Dickhoefer and M A Grashorn. 2017. Effect of feeding rumen liquor fermented rice bran on growth performance of broiler. International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Pp. 45-53.
  92. M M Billah, K M S Islam, and M Al Mamun 2018. Upplementation of Spirulina platensis from different sources in feed and water for the performance of broiler. International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. pp. 56-62.
  93. K M S Islam, A A S Shuvo, S Sarker, and A K A M Kabir. 2018. Safety level of urea as feed additive in poultry. International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Pp. 64-69.
  94. K M S Islam, R L Lv R H Dang, M R F E Sabgah, T Sugino and T Obitsu 2018. Anaerobic fermentation of rice bran using rumen liquor for desirable chemical changes as feed for livestock. International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. pp 70-
  95. N Islam, K M S Islam, A A A Subho, A Nahar, A K M A Kabir. 2018. Effect of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) fermented deoiled rice bran using molasses and urea on the chemical changes and nutritive value in broiler.International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. 78-86.
  96. M A Alam, K M S Islam, A A S Shuvo, , S R Khan, U. Dickhoefer and M S Grashorn 2018. Effect of rumen inoculated fermented rice bran on the growth performance of broiler. International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Pp. 94-100.
  97. M A Alam, K M S Islam, A A S Shuvo, , S R Khan, U. Dickhoefer and M S Grashorn 2018. Growth performance and blood profile of broiler fed fermented rice bran by rumen inoculums and supplementation of urea and molasses. International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Pp. 101-107.
  98. M A Alam, K M S Islam, A A S Shuvo, S R Khan, U. Dickhoefer and M S Grashorn 2018. In vitro fermentation of rice bran by ruminococcus spp. for desirable chemical changes as feed for livestock. International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Pp. 144-153.
  99. A Nahar, K M S Islam, A A A Subho, N Islam, A K M A Kabir. 2018. Effect of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) fermented deoiled rice bran using molasses and urea on the chemical changes and nutritive value in broiler. International Seminar on Rice Bran as Animal Feed. July 5-6, 2018. Department of Animal Nutrition, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. 155-161.
  100. M. S. Islam, R. L. Lv, R. H. Dang, M. R. F. E. Sabgah, T. Sugino, T. Obitsu (2016). Anaerobic fermentation of rice bran using rumen innoculate for desirable chemical changes as feed for livestock. Proc. 18thAAAP Congress 2018, 1-5 Aug. 2018, Kuching, Malaysia, pp.103
  101. M. S. Islam, R. L. Lv, R. H. Dang, M. R. F. E. Sabgah, T. Sugino, T. Obitsu (2016). Anaerobic fermentation of rice bran using rumen innoculate for desirable chemical changes as feed for livestock. The Proceedings of WPC2016. S1-0017. pp 06.
  102. M. S. Islam, M. Khalil, K. Männer, J. Raila, H. Rawel, J. Zentek and F. J. Schweigert (2016). Lutein specific relationship among some spectrophotometric and colorimetric parameters of chicken egg yolk. WPC2016. The XXV world’s poultry congress. September 5-9, 2016.
  103. M. S. Islam., R. L. Lv., R. H. Dang.,   M. R. F. E. Sabgah., T. Sugino and T. Obitsu (2016). Anaerobic fermentation of rice bran using rumen innoculate for desirable chemical changes as feed for livestock. WPC2016. The XXV World’s Poultry Congress. September 509, 2016.
  104. M. S. Islam., R. L. Lv., R. H. Dang.,   M. R. F. E. Sabgah., T. Sugino and T. Obitsu (2016). Anaerobic fermentation of rice bran using rumen innoculate for desirable chemical changes as feed for livestock. 2nd International Conference on Livestock Nutrition, July 21-22, 2016, Bresbane, Australia.
  105. M. S. Islam, T. Biswas, M. Debi, S. Saha and A. Liesegang. (2014) Effect of partially replacement of commercial diet by rice polish and citric acid supplementation on the performance and mineral metabolism of broiler. ESVCN congress 2014, 11-13 September, 2014. Utrecht University. p 16.
  106. M. S. Islam, M. Khalil, K. Männer, J. Raila, H. Rawel, J. Zentek and F. J. Schweigert (2013). Lutein specific relationship among some spectrophotometric and colorimetric parameters of chicken egg yolk. In: 8th International Poultry Show & Seminar 2013, World Poultry Science Association- Bangladesh Branch, 28 February - 2 March 2013, Bangabandhu International Conference Centre, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  107. M. S. Islam, M. Khalil, K. Männer, J. Raila, H. Rawel, J. Zentek and F. J. Schweigert (2013). α-Tocopherol increase bioavailability of lutein in laying hen. In: 8th International Poultry Show & Seminar 2013, World Poultry Science Association- Bangladesh Branch, 28 February - 2 March 2013, Bangabandhu International Conference Centre, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  108. M. S. Islam, M. J. Khan, M. Khalil and F. J. Schweigert (2012). Physical and chemical quality of eggs from commercial chicken in Bangladesh. The 15th AAAP Animal Science Congress. 26-30 November 2012, Thailand pp. 152.
  109. M. S. Islam, M. R. Amin and F. J. Schweigert (2012). Carotinoid status of egg yolk of local poultry breeds under different feeding system in Bangladesh. The 15th AAAP Animal Science Congress. 26-30 November 2012, Thailand. pp. 130.
  110. M. S. Islam, and F. J. Schweigert. (2012). Comparison of three spectrophotometric methods for analysis of egg yolk carotinoid. The 15th AAAP Animal Science Congress. 26 - 30 November 2012, Thailand. pp. 151.
  111. M. S. Islam, and F. J. Schweigert. (2012). Comparison of three spectrophotometric methods for analysis of egg yolk carotinoid. The 1st International Conference on Animal Nutrition and Environment. 14-15 September 2012, Thailand.
  112. M. S. Islam, M. J. Khan, M. Khalil and F. J. Schweigert (2012). Physical and chemical quality of eggs from commercial chicken in Bangladesh. Poultry International Seminar: "The role of poultry in improving human welfare". 11-12 September 2012 Pangeran Beach Hotel, Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia.
  113. M. S. Islam, M. R. Amin and F. J. Schweigert (2012). Carotinoid status of egg yolk of local poultry breeds under different feeding system in Bangladesh. Poultry International Seminar:"The role of poultry in improving human welfare"11-12 September 2012. Pangeran Beach Hotel, Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia.
  114. Khalil, K. M. S. Islam, J. Raila, S. Regina, H. Rawel and F. J. Schweigert (2011). Content of lutein and lutein ester in tagetes and improvement of their stability. 11th European Nutrition Conference FENS. 26. - 29 October, 2011, Madrid Convention Centre, Spain. p. 16.
  115. Khalil, K. M. S. Islam, H. Rawel, and F. J. Schweigert (2011). Enhancement of the stability of Lutein and Lutein ester. Wissenschaftlicher Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ernährung. 16. - 18. März 2011, Universität Potsdam. Germany. p. 87.
  116. Khalil, A. Hurtienne, K. M. S. Islam, J. Raila, H. Rawel and F. J. Schweigert (2011). Lutein ester content in cultivars of different Tagetes species. Wissenschaftlicher Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ernährung. 16.- 18. März, 2011 Universität Potsdam. Germany. p 88.
  117. M. S. Islam, H. Schaeublin, C. Wenk, M. Wanner, and A. Liesegang. (2011). Effect of dietary citric acid on the performance and mineral metabolism of broiler. In: 7th International Poultry Show and Seminar - 2011 World Poultry Science Association- Bangladesh Branch, 25-27 March, 2011, Dhaka, Bangladesh pp. 168-175. DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0396.2011.01225.x. J Anim Physiol Anim Nutr (Berl). 2012 Oct;96(5):808-817.
  118. K. Das, K. M. S. Islam, and M. A. Islam (2011). Efficacy of citric acid in diet contains low levels of protein and energy on the performance and immunity of broiler. In: 7th International Poultry Show and Seminar - 2011 World Poultry Science Association- Bangladesh Branch, 25-27 March, 2011, Dhaka, Bangladesh, pp. 318-324.
  119. M. S. Islam, H. Schaeublin, C. Wenk, M. Wanner, and A. Liesegang. (2010). Effect of dietary CA on the performance and mineral metabolism of broiler. In: 14th Congress of the European Society of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition. September 6-8, 2010 Zurich, Switzerland. pp. 109.
  120. Chowdhury, K. M. S. Islam, M. J. Khan and M. R. Karim. (2009). Effect of dietary supplementation of citric acid, avilomycin and their combination on the growth performance, tibia ash and immune status of broiler. In: Proceedings of 6th International poultry show and seminer, WPSA-BB, 5-7 March 2009. Bangladesh China Friendship Conference Centre, Sher-E Bangla Nagar, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pp. 133-139.
  121. M. S. Islam, A. Schuhmacher, C. Ellenberger, H.-A. Schoon and J. M. Gropp. (2007). Performance and health of broiler due to dietary humic acid. In: Proceedings of 2007 International Poultry Scientific Forum, January 22-23, 2007. Georgia World Congress Centre, Atlanta, Georgia. pp. 24.
  122. Schuhmacher, K. M. S. Islam, H. Aupperle and J. M. Gropp. (2007). Dose titration and safety margin of fumaric acid in broiler. In: Proceedings of 2007 International Poultry Scientific Forum, January 22-23, 2007. Georgia World Congress Centre, Atlanta, Georgia. pp. 23.
  123. M. S. Islam, A. Schuhmacher, H. Aupperle and J. M. Gropp. (2007). Dose titration and safety margin of fumaric acid in broiler. In: Proceedings of 5th International poultry show and seminer-2007. 1-3 March, 2007, Bangladesh China Friendship Conference Centre, Sher-E Bangla Nagar, Dhaka, Bangladesh. pp. 123-128.
  124. M. S. Islam, S. Afrin, M. Valks, P. M. Das, M. M. Hassan and M. J. Khan. (2007). Compatibility of Salinomycin and Tiamulin while dietary long-term co-administration in broiler along with chlortetracycline. In: Proceedings of XV Congress of the World Veterinary Poultry Association, Sept. 10-15, Beijing, China. pp.601.
  125. M. S. Islam, S. Afrin, M. Valks, P. M. Das and M. M. Hassan. (2007). Health and performance of broiler due to intermittent doses of Tiamulin plus Chlorotetracyclin with continuous Salinomycin via feed. In: Proceedings of XV Congress of the World Veterinary Poultry Association, Sept. 10-15, Beijing, China. pp.602.
  126. Schuhmacher, K. Bafundo, K. M. S. Islam, H. Aupperle, J. M. Gropp. 2007. Fumaric acid in broiler nutrition: a dose titration study and safety aspects. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference of the Association of Institutions for Tropical Veterinary Medicine. Montpellier, France. 20-22 August 2007. pp. 429.
  127. M. S. Islam, A. Schuhmacher, C. Ellenberger, H. -A. Schoon, J. M. Gropp. 2007. Dietary humic acid on the performance and health status of broiler. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference of the Association of Institutions for Tropical Veterinary Medicine. Montpellier, France. 20-22 August 2007. pp. 430.
  128. M. S. Islam, A. Schuhmacher, H. Aupperle, H. - A. Schoon and J. M. Gropp. 2007. Health status of broiler due to simultaneous administration of tiamulin and semduramycin. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference of the Association of Institutions for Tropical Veterinary Medicine. Montpellier, France. 20-22 August 2007. pp. 433. doi: 10.3382/ps.2009-00257. 2009 Poultry Science 88:2353–2359.
  129. K M S Islam (2007). Studies on drug interactions between Salinomycin and Tiamulin Simultaneously long term administered feed in broiler chicks. Funded by Novartis Animal Health, Basel, Switzerland
  130. M. S. Islam. (2005). Dose titration, tolerance and compatibility of some feed additives in broiler. Universitaet Hoheinheim Biblioteck Publication (OPUS). pp.1-93.

 

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