Veterinary Medicine and Public Health Journal

Veterinary Medicine and Public Health Journal (VMPH) is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal, published by Refaad. VMPH aims for rapid publication and dissemination of research involving basic and clinical veterinary medicine, zoonotic diseases, biological sciences, and public health. The journal publishes original articles, mini-reviews, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, case reports, short communications and invited editorials.


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Effect of Planting Media and Cultivation Method in the Offshoots Growth of Date Palm Phoenix Dactylifera L. Hillawi cv.

Abdul Samad A. Abdullah , Hassan A. Faisal , Khairullah M. Awad

Objective: The study aimed to explore the effects of different planting medium on the growth of date palm Hillawi cv. offshoots. Methods: The experiment included two main factors: the first factor was planting media, consisting of three treatments: field soil, zeolite + field soil (in a 2:1 ratio), ...

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Bionomy Description of Julodis speculifer Laporte, 1835 in South Iraq

Muslim Ashor Al-Etby

Objective: The beetle family Buprestidae (jewel beetles) includes about 15,000 species and has a number Worldwide ‎distribution. Julodis speculifer is one of these species, for the first time Recorded in south Basrah province. Methods: Collected specimens were from March 2022 to November 2022, AL-Zubair ...

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Severity of Termites (Microcerotermes diversus Silvestri) Infestation on Date Palms

Aqeel A. Qraidi , Aqeel Alyousuf , Muslim Ashor Al-etby

Objective: This study was aimed to evaluate intensity of infestation and annual distribution of termite community in palm orchards in southern governorates of Iraq (Basra and Maysan) to develop appropriate integrated management programs to control termite (Microcerotermis diversus Selvestry) in palm ...

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Genetic Stability Analysis of Three Barley Cultivars (Hordeum vulgare L.) Grown under the Influence of Different Levels of Nitrogen Fertilizer

Fatimah Ali Jamel , Waleed Abdulredha Jabail , Khawla Rashige Hassan

Objectives: to analyze the genetic stability of three barley cultivars under the influence of different levels of nitrogen fertilizer to identify the variety or varieties that have genetic stability. Methods: At the Agricultural Research Station in Karma Ali, College of Agriculture at the University ...

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Detection of the Virulence Factors of Bacteria that Cause Bacterial Vaginosis in Women

Aliea K. Al-Masoodi

Objectives: Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a vaginal microbiota ecological imbalance that primarily affects women of reproductive age. The study's objectives were to evaluate the risk variables' associations with BV and examine the particular bacteria responsible for BV. Methods: From May to August ...

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A Study of the Antioxidizing and Inhibiting Effects of the Alcoholic Extract of Sage Salvia Officinalis on Microorganisms

Nawal K. Z. AlFadhly

Objectives: A study of the antioxidizing and inhibiting effects of the sage salvia officinalis on microorganisms. Methods: Chemical constituents of sage leaves the percentage of the 98% ethanol extract of sage was 5.8% prepared in concentrations of 50, 100, 150 and 200 mg/ml, Antioxidizing and inhibiting ...

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Evaluating Mosquito Biocontrol Effectiveness by Isolating and Characterizing Some Fungi Against Culex Pipiens and Anopheles Stephensi in Sothern Part of Iraq

Zahraa Falah Azeez , Majida M. Abid Falhy

Objectives: Isolation Aspergillus tamarii, Cladosporium herbarum, and Verticillium lecanii fungi from naturally infected Culex pipiens and Anopheles stephensi insects were morphologically and molecularly identified. Methods: In this study, populations of mosquitoes were cultured and examined to determine ...

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Clinical, seroepidemiological and hematological study of Buffaloes Babesiosis in Basrah, Iraq

Hassanin H.N. Alautaish , Nooralhuda Waleed Abdulredha , Duna Hassan Ali , Rahman K. Muhsen , Israa Abdulwadood AlSaad

Objective: Babesiosis is one of the important diseases in cattle and buffaloes, the current study conducting to diagnoses and evaluate the infection by B.pigeamina in buffaloes during the period of November 2022 to September 2023. Methods: The study included 210 animals of both sexes and varied ages. ...

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Effect of Visible Light Blocking Ratio, Irrigation Intervals and Free Amino Acids on Vegetative Growth Parameters of Chrysanthemum

Mawj M. Bdewi , Ahmed A. Kadhim

Objectives: An experiment was conducted under plastic shades set up for this purpose in the Mashroo Almussaib area (45 km north of Babil Province) to improve vegetative growth indicators for chrysanthemum plants Minngopher cultivar with red flowers. Methods: Use 3 factors in the experiment include ...

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Effect of the Hormone Brassinolide and the Polymer Hydrogel on the Biochemistry Traits of Okra (Abelmoschus Esculentus L.) under Two Different Irrigation Periods

Sabah Mohammad Jaleel Al-Ghalbi , Qasim Jassem Athafa , Eman Mohammad Abdul-Zahra Al-Rubaie

Objectives: Effect of hrmone (BR)and (SAP) on the biochemistry traits of okra Abelmoschus Esculentus L.under two different irrigation periods. Mothods: The experiment was conducted in one of the private fields north of Basrah for the growing season 2022-2023. It was included a study of the effect of ...

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Effect of Foliar Spraying of Magnesium and Manganese on Growth and Productivity Vocabulary of Bean Plants (Vicia faba L.)

Zainab H. Alsultan , Ali R. Alhasany

Objectives: Due to the large number of problems with the readiness of some mineral elements in most of the lands of Iraq due to several factors that limit their movement and readiness, which has a negative impact on the plants, therefore, researchers have turned to using modern methods and methods for ...

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Studying the Effect of nano-extract of Nerium Oleander Leaves on the Histological Structure of the Liver in Male Laboratory Mice

Saja Hassan Abd Al-Kadhim , Jabbar Abadi Mohammed

Objectives: The purpose of the research was to see how a nano-extract (zinc oxide) of oleander leaves affected the histological structure of the liver in male laboratory mice aged (7-8) weeks and weighing (28-35 g). Methods: They were split up into three groups, with ten mice in each. The control group ...

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The Biomarkers Associated with Unstable Angina Pectoris (UAP)

Awatif Hameed Issa , Suaad Abbas Lefta , Mazin Abed Hazaa , Alaa Hussein Abed

Objectives: Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common form of CVD that begins as stable angina pectoris (SAP) followed by unstable angina pectoris (UAP) and finally critical stage myocardial infarction (MI), which results from rupture of atherosclerotic plaque and a thrombus that blocks the coronary ...

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Evaluation of the Efficiency of some Nanoparticles and Chemical Nematicides in Controlling Root-Knot Nematodes Meloidogyne Incognita (on Eggplant)

Estabraq Mohammed Abdalreda , Liqaa Hussein Mohammed , Mushtak Talib Mohammadali , Sarah Tareq Hasan

Objectives: This study was carried out to investigate the effectiveness of some nanoparticles in inhibiting the growth of the root knot nematode. Methods: This study was carried out to investigate the effectiveness of aluminum oxide Alo-NPs and silver Ag-NPs, and chemical nematicides (Velum prime and ...

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Biosynthesis of Silver Nanoparticles using Aspergillus Niger Isolated from Soil and Studying its Antimicrobial Effect Against Some Multidrug-Resistant Bacterial Species and Candida Albican

Thaer Ali Hussein , Ismail J. Abbass , Afrodet Abd –Al Razaq , Sabah Raheem Hamady

Objectives: Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using the fungus Aspergillus niger, isolated from the soil for the purpose of studying its ability to produce nanoparticles. Methods: Grown in a liquid fermentation medium in glass flasks for ten days. The biosynthesis process was detected by observing ...

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The Effectiveness of Aqueous Extract of Ginger on Some Sex Hormones and Biochemical Parameters in Female Laboratory Mice (Mus Musculus L.)

Mustafa Abd Almajeed , Nawal Khalil Ibrahim

Objective: Ginger is a flowering tropical plant that commonly used as a spice and flavoring having various pharmacological properties, several phytochemical compounds which has biological activity. The main bioactive compound in ginger is gingerol, have a powerful anti-inflammatory effect will greatly ...

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Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Soil of Different Oil Fields at Basrah Governorate, Iraq

Majdalena A. Resen , Hamza K.Abdulhassan , Hamid T. AL-Saad

Objectives: This study concentrated on determining the total hydrocarbon concentrations in soil at eleven stations of the oil field (Seba, Safwan, Majnoon, Ratawi, Bergezia, Qurna2, Qurna1, Shuaaba, South and North Rumaila, and Al Zubair). Methods: Soil samples were freeze-dried, finely pulverised in ...

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The Relationship of Blood Groups and an Increased Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (A Subject Review)

Mustafa Abd Almajeed , Nawal Khalil Ibrahim , Ismail Jamaa Abass , Awatif R. AlDailme

Objective: Although human blood consists of the same basic parts (red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and plasma), there are a large variety of blood groups and types, each with its own different characteristics. The aim of this study to search the correlation between different types of blood ...

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Evaluation Study of Petroselinum Crispum Extract Toward Pathogenic Isolates of candida

Afrah Talib Abdullah , Adnan B. Al-Hawash

Objectives: The aim of this study was to isolation and identify the isolated genetically if candida species from candidiasis infection and study the activity of bioactive compounds. Methods: Samples were obtained from 28 patients from the mouth of patients with oral candidiasis. Samples were collected ...

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Identifying Insects Found in Stored Nuts, Isolating and Identifying the Fungi Associated with them in Basra Governorate

Batoul Abdel Nehme , Ali Dhareb Shaaban

Objectives: The current study was conducted in Basrah Governorate and aimed to identify insects that found in stored nuts in some districts and suburbs of the governorate. Methods: Six species of insects were identified, three of which belong to the order Coleoptera, two species belong to the order ...

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Bibliographic Information Email: DOI: 10.31559/VMPH ISSN 2707-7195 (Online) ISSN 2707-7187 (Print) Freq. : 3 Times / year Language : English Articles : 74

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