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Dr. Marjina Akter
Associate Professor
Department of Dairy and Poultry Science
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine


About
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Experience


Teaching
•   Associate Professor in Dairy and Poultry Science, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from Feb. 5, 2018 to Present
•   Assistant Professor in Dairy and Poultry Science, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from March 15, 2011 to Feb. 4, 2018
•   Lecturer in Dairy and Poultry Science, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University from April 1, 2008 to March 15, 2011


Teaching : Current Courses


Undergraduate
Course Name Course Code Department
Poultry Production PPR 202 Department of Dairy and Poultry Science
Breeder and Hatchery Management BHM 301 Department of Dairy and Poultry Science
Dairy Product Technology DPT -302 Department of Dairy and Poultry Science

Masters
Course Name Course Code Department
Parent stock and Commercial Broiler Management PCB-602 Department of Dairy and Poultry Science
Hatchery Operation and Management HMT-602 Department of Dairy and Poultry Science
Poultry Processing and Product Technology PPPT-601 Department of Dairy and Poultry Science
Avian Health and Hygiene AHH-601 Department of Dairy and Poultry Science
Avian Health and Hygiene AHH-601 Department of Dairy and Poultry Science
Research Methodology RMD-602 Department of Dairy and Poultry Science


Contact

Email:   marjinajahivet@gmail.com

Cell Phone:   01719198226

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Qualifications


Educational Qualifications

PhD in Poultry Science (University of New England, Australia)

MS in Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health (University of London, UK)

MS in Poultry Science (CVASU, Bangladesh)

DVM (Chittagong University, Bangladesh) 


Honours


Publications



Journal Articles

  1. M. Akter and N. Akter, 2021. Effect of xylo-oligosaccharides (XOS) on growth performance, blood biochemistry and total viable count in ileum and caecum of broiler chickens from day 13-26. International Journal of Poultry Science,  20: 158-164.
  2. Bakare, A.G., Kour G., Akter M, & Iji, P.A. (2020). Impact of climate change on sustainable livestock production and existence of wildlife and marine species in the South Pacific island countries: a review. International Journal of Biometeorology, 64(8):1409-1421.
  3.  Akter, M., Iji, P. A., & Graham, H. (2019). Response of broiler chickens to diets containing different levels of sodium with or without microbial phytase supplementation. Journal of Animal Science and Technology.,61(2):87-97.
  4. Widodo, A.E., Nolan, J.V., Akter, M.& O’Neill, H. M. (2018). Response of broiler chickens to triticale-based diets supplemented with microbial enzymes (1. Growth and intestinal function). Poultry Science Journal, 6(1), 25-40.
  5. Widodo, A.E., Nolan, J.V., Akter, M.& O’Neill, H. M. (2018). Response of broiler chickens to triticale-based diets supplemented with microbial enzymes (2. Microbial profiles and activities). Poultry Science Journal, 6(1), 41-50.
  6.  Akter, M., Iji, P. A., & Graham, H. (2017). Increasing zinc levels in phytase-supplemented diets improve the performance and nutrient utilization of broiler chickens. South African Journal of Animal Science, 47(5), 648-660
  7.   Akter, M.,Iji, P. A., & Graham, H. (2017). Increased iron level in phytase-supplemented diets reduces performance and nutrient utilisation in broiler chickens. British Poultry Science, 58(4), 409-417.
  8.  Akter, M, Graham, H., & Iji, P. A. (2018). Influence of different levels of calcium, non-phytate phosphorus and phytase on apparent metabolizable energy, nutrient utilization, plasma mineral concentration and digestive enzyme activities of broiler chickens. Journal of Applied Animal Research, 46(1), 278-286. 
  9.  Akter, M, Graham, H., & Iji, P. A. (2016). Response of broiler chickens to different levels of calcium, non-phytate phosphorus and phytase. British Poultry Science, 57 (6), 799-809.
  10.  Akter, M, Graham, H., & Iji, P. A. (2015). Interactions between phytase and different dietary minerals in  in-vitro systems. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment, 13, 38-44.
  11.  Akter, M., & Zaman M. A. (2012). Comparison of bergafat powder and oils as energy source on broiler performance. Wayamba Journal of Animal Science, 4, 236-240. (http://www.wayambajournal.com/papers/1330363919.php)
  12.  Gupta. MD, Akter, M, Gupta. AD & Das. A. (2011). Biometry of Female Genital Organs of Black Bengal Goat. International Journal of Natural Sciences 1(1),12-16
  13.   Akter, M.M., Saha, A. and A. Das. (2010). Rabbit production status in different households’ farms at Muktagacha UPazilla, Mymensing. Eco-friendly Agriculture Journal, 3 (1), 5-8.
  14.  Akter, M.,  Rahman, M.M., Saifuddin, A. K. M., Islam, S.K.M. A. & Kibria, A.S. M.G (2009). Rectal diverticulum in German Shepard Dog: A case report. Bangladesh Journal of Livestock Research, 16, (1&2), 112-115.
  15.  Chakrabarty, D.,  Akter, M., Das, A & Talukder, S. (2009). Occurrence of Newcastle disease and infectious bursal disease affecting chickens reared under intensive system and pathogenic characterization of Newcastle disease. Eco-friendly Agriculture Journal,2 (4), 537-540.
  16.  Das, A., Ullah, S. N., Akter M. & Knungo, S. (2009). Comparative study on productive and reproductive performance of three crossbred dairy genotypes in Chittagong Metropolitan area. Eco-friendly Agriculture Journal, 2 (4), 757-760.
  17.  Islam, S.K.M. A., Saifuddin, A. K. M., Akter, M., Hosen, M.M & Kibria, A.S. M.G. (2010). Blood transfusion in Dog: A case report. International Journal of Animal and Fisheries Science, 3 (2), 289-291.

Conference Proceedings

1.    Akter M.,Abdallh, M.E. and Iji, P.A. (2017). Dietary strategies for safe and healthy poultry production. Paper presented at the Innovation for safe and sustainable poultry production, Indian Poultry Science Association Conference (pp. 17-25), Bengaluru, India, 28-30 November, 2017.

2.    Akter, M., Graham, H., & Iji, P. A. (2017). Response of broiler chickens to diets containing different levels of sodium and supplemented with microbial phytase and phytase. Paper presented at the Australian Poultry Science Symposium (Proceedings Vol.28, pp. 228-230), Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

3.    Akter, M., Graham, H., & Iji, P. A. (2015). Response of broiler chickens to different levels of calcium, non-phytate phosphorus and phytase. Paper presented at the Australian Poultry Science Symposium (Proceedings Vol.26, pp. 131-132), Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

4.    Akter, M., Graham, H., & Iji, P. A. (2014). Interactions between phytase and different dietary minerals in in vitro systems. Paper presented at Asia-Pacific Poultry conference, Jeju Island, South Korea, October 19-23, 2014.

Dissertations/Thesis:

  1. Mst. Marjina Akter (2017):  Effects of dietary minerals on phytase activity and nutrient utilisaiotn of broiler chickens; University of New England, Australia (PhD Thesis).
  2. Mst. Marjina Akter (2013):  Risk of motile Salmonella persistency in live bird markets in Bangladesh, Royal Veterinary College, University of London, UK (MSc Thesis)

 

  1. Mst. Marjina Akter (2012):  Comparison of bergafat powder and oils as energy source on broiler performance; Chittagong Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Bangladesh (MS Thesis).


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