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DEPARTMENT: Animal Breeding, Genetics & Biostatistics

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Dr.Muhammed E. M. Dr.Muhammed E. M.
Designation: - Assistant Professor
Address: - Department of Animal Genetics and Breeding, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Pookode, Wayanad. PIN 673 576
Mobile No: - 9447409406
Email ID: - muhammed@kvasu.ac.in

Educational Qualifications

BVSc&AH MVSc PhD Rothamsted International Fellow(Post doc)

Area of Research

Characterisation and evaluation of beta casein A1 A2 gene polymorhism in Vechur, Kasargode and crossbred cattle

Thermotolerance and gene expression in Vechur, Kasargode and crossbred cattle

Acclimatisation to heat: measurement of physiological parameters during heat stress in sheep (Ovis aries)

Impact of forage quality on enteric emissions from beef cattle

Work Experience

Veterinary Surgeon at Department of Animal Husbandry, Kerala, India (From !998 to 2015)

Assistant Professor, Department of Animal Breeding and Genetics(From 2015 to continuing)

Research Fellow at University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia (2013)

Rothamsted International Fellow, Rothamsted International, UK (Post doc, 2017-2018)

Awards

1. Crawford International Fellowship, Australia

2. Rothamsted International Fellowship, UK

 

Trainings

1. Research Fellow at University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia

2. Rothamsted International Fellowship training at Rothamsted Research, UK

3. Orientation programme at University of Calicut, Kerala, India

Publications

Elayadeth?Meethal, M., Thazhathu Veettil, A., Maloney, S.K., Hawkins, N., Misselbrook, T.H., Sejian, V., Rivero, M.J. and Lee, M.R., 2018. Size does matter: Parallel evolution of adaptive thermal tolerance and body size facilitates adaptation to climate change in domestic cattle. Ecology and evolution8(21), pp.10608-10620.

Muhammed, E. M. (2010). Glowing genes. Journal of Indian Veterinary Association, Kerala (JIVA), 8(1): 65-69.

Muhammed, E. M., & Stephen, M. (2012). Beta casein A1A2 polymorphism and milk yield in Vechur, Kasargode dwarf and Crossbred cattle. Journal of Indian Veterinary Association, Kerala (JIVA), 10(3), 5-9.

Prasad, A., Muhammed, E. M., Kannan, A., & Aravindakshan, T. V. (2012). Thermal stress in dairy cattle. Journal of Indian Veterinary Association, Kerala (JIVA), 10(3), 45-51.

K T Naseema, Usha P T A, Rani S S, Mini B, Priya P M and Muhammed E M (2014). Complementary and alternative medicinal use of Vechur cow urine in cyclophosphamide induced immunosuppressed mouse model Journal of Cancer Science and Therapy 6:9 DOI: 10.4172/1948-5956.S1.037.

Muhammed E M, Aravindakshan T V, Raghavan K C, Anil Kumar K, Joseph M and George S (2014) Differential thermotolerance and gene expression in Vechur, Kasargode and crossbred cattle during heat stressJ Veterinary Science and Technology DOI: 10.4172/2157-7579.S1.006

Muhammed, E. M., Mathew, S., Xavier, F., & Naseema, K. T. (2015). Heritability of birth weight among crossbred cattle in Kerala under farm conditions. Journal of Indian Veterinary Association, Kerala (JIVA), 13(1), 35-38.

Muhammed Elayadeth-Meethal, Thomas H. Misselbrook., Hannah Fleming., Nadine Loick., Jess Evans and Michael, R.F. Lee. Diet and animal factors affect methane and carbon dioxide emissions from beef cattle in the UK grassland system—proceedings of the British Society of Animal Science conference, 2018 held at Dublin, Ireland in April 2018.

M. J. Rivero, G. A. Mcauliffe, T. Takahashi1, M. Elayadeth-Meethal, T. Misselbrook, M. Coffey, E. Wall, P. Harris1 & M. R. F. Lee Steps for selecting cattle for sustainability traits on pasture based systems —proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production 2018 held at New Zealand.


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