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PhD course(s):

Advanced carbohydrate and fat metabolism, Bi-annually, Fall Semester

Msc. Course(s):

 Biochemistry of Animal production, Fall semester

BSc. Course(s):

Dairy cattle production, Fall Semester

Technical English, Fall Semester

Dairy cow nutrition, Spring Semester

Business management of livestock operations, Spring Semester

Carbohydrartes in ruminant nutrition,

Metabolich health of ruminants in relation to carbohydrate nutrition,

Dairy cow nutrition,

Dairy management

1. Khadem, A.A., A.A. Alamouti. 2015. Cattle Production in Iran, UT Jihad-e-Daneshgahi Press. 385 pages.

2. Ghorbani, G.R., A.A. Alamouti. 2010. Advanced Dairy Cow Nutritional Management,2nd reprint, IUT Jihad-e-Daneshgahi Press. 258 pages.

Journal Papers

  1. Veshkini, A., A.A. Khadem, A. Mohammadi-Sangcheshmeh, A., Alamouti, M. Soleimani, E.D., Gastal, 2015. Linolenic acid improves oocyte developmental competence and decreases apoptosis of in vitro-produced blastocysts in goat. Zygot, doi:10.1017/S0967199415000507.
  2. Veshkini A., A. Mohammadi-Sangcheshmeh, A.A. Khadem, A. Alamouti, M., Khodaei. 2014. Investigation of antral follicles to determine the effective concentration of alfa-linolenic acid on in vitro developmental competence of goat oocytes. Anim. Prod., 5(10): 135-147 (Abstract in English).
  3. Azimzadeh, V., A. Alamouti, A.A. Khadem, M. Bagheri, J. Moradi, 2014. Effects of supplementation of a symbiotic product on growth performance and health of Holstein calves. Anim. Prod., 5(11): 285-294 (Abstract in English).
  4. Hosienpour, , Norouzian M. A.,  Afzalzadeh A. , Khadem, A. A., A. Alamouti. 2014. Source of copper may have regressive effects on serum cholesterol and urea nitrogen among male fattening lambs. Biol. Trace. Elem. Res., 159:147-151.
  5. Alamouti, A.A., M. Alikhani, G.R. Ghorbani, A. Teimouri-Yansari, M. Bagheri. 2014. Response of early lactation Holstein cows to partial replacement of neutral detergent soluble fibre for starch in diets varying in forage particle size. Livestock Sci., 160: 60-68.
  6. Moeinizadeh, S., A.A. Khadem, A. Alamouti, A. Afzalzadeh, 2012. Effects of adding alfalfa hay as effluent absorbant on in vitro fermentation quality and effluent production of corn silage. Anim. Prod., 15 (1): 31-34 (Abstract in English).
  7. Asadi-Alamouti, A., M. Alikhani, G.R. Ghorbani, Q. Zebeli. 2009. Effects of inclusion of neutral detergent soluble fibre sources in diets varying in forage particle size on feed intake, digestive processes, and performance of mid-lactation Holstein cows. Feed Sci. and Technol., 154: 9-23.
  8. Asadi-Alamouti, A., G.R. Ghorbani, M. Alikhani, H.R. Rahmani, A. Teimouri-Yansari, K.H. Sudekum. 2009. Effects of lucerne particle size and source of dietary carbohydrates on in situ degradation and ruminal variables in sheep. Czeck  J. Anim. Sci., 54: 227-285.
  9. Assadi-Alamouti, A., M. Alikhani, G.R. Ghorbani, A. Samie. 2004. Effects of different additives on fermentation quality of millet silage in laboratory silos. JWSS - Isfahan University of Technology. 8:149-161(in Persian).URL http://jstnar.iut.ac.ir/browse.php?a_code=A-102329&slc_lang=fa&sid=1
  1. Afzalzadeh, A., H. Rafiee, A. Khadem, A. Asadi-Alamouti. 2010. Effects of ratios of non-fibre carbohydrates to rumen degradable protein in diets of Holstein cows: 1. Feed intake, digestibility and milk production. South Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 40: 204-212.
  2. Afzalzadeh, A., H. Rafiee, A. Khadem, A. Asadi-Alamouti. 2010. Effects of ratios of non-fibre carbohydrates to rumen degradable protein in diets of Holstein cows: 2. Rumen and plasma parameters and nitrogen metabolismSouth Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 40: 213-220.
  3. Alikhani, M., A. Asadi-Alamouti, G. R. Ghorbani, N. Sadeghi. 2005. Effect of urea, molasses and a bacterial inoculants on chemical composition and dry matter degradability of sunflower silage. JWSS - Isfahan University of Technology. 9:171-183 (Abstract in English). URL http://jstnar.iut.ac.ir/browse.php?a_code=A-10-2373&slc_lang=fa&sid=1

Conference Publications

  1. Barmaki, S., A. Alamouti, A.A. Khadem, A. Afzalzade, H. Khaloui, 2013. Effect of alfalfa hay as an absorbent on gas production and estimated in vitro digestibility of corn silage, 6th Iranian Anim. Sci., Congress. p. 257.
  2. Khalouei, H, A. Alamouti, A. Mohammadi-Sangcheshmeh, N. Farzaneh, Barmaki, 2013. Induction of sub-acute ruminal acidosis affects reproductive performance in Holstein heifers. 6th Iranian Anim. Sci., Congress. p. 285.
  3. Asadi-Alamouti, A., M. Alikhani, G.R. Ghorbani, M. Bagheri. 2010. Response of early lactation cows to partial replacement of starch by neutral detergent soluble fiber sources in diets varying in forage particle size. of 2nd World Nutrition Forum Congress. p. 157.
  4. Asadi-Alamouti, A., G.R. Ghorbani, M. Alikhani, M. Bagheri. 2009. Effect of alfalfa hay particle size and source of neutral detergent soluble carbohydrates on intake, chewing activity, ruminalfermentation and nutrient digestibility of midlactation cows. Anim. Sci. Vol. 87, E-Suppl. 2/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 92, E-Suppl.
  5. Rafiee, H., A. Afzalzadeh, A. Khadem, A. Asadi. 2008. Effects of different ratios of nonfiber carbohydrate to ruminal degradable protein on the performance of Holstein cows in barley based diets. .J. Anim. Sci. Vol. 86, E-Suppl. 2/J. Dairy Sci. Vol. 91, E-Suppl. 1
  6. Asadi-Alamouti. M. Alikhani, G.R. Ghorbani. 2004. Effect of additives on fermentation quality and in vitro digestibility of millet silage. Proceedings of the British Soc. Anim. Sci., p.240.

2010-present, University of Tehran

2009-2010, Dairy farm independent consultant

2004-2008, Member of extension service of Isfahan Union of Dairy farmers (VAHDAT CO.)

Department of Animal And Poultry Sciences,

College of Aburaihhan, University of Tehran

Pakdasht, 3391653755, Tehran, Iran

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Mohammad Hossein Moghimi

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