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1 Al-Khazraji, A.H.H., Abu-Tabigh, S.M., Abdul Kareem, T. A. and Mahdi, U.A. (2000). Reproductive responses of Awassi ewes to different levels of PMSG administration, The Iraqi J. of Agric. Sci. 31, 3: 681-688.

2 Al-Khazraji, A.H.H., Juma, K.H. and Asofi, M.G. (2000). Serum protein fraction of Iraqi Goats: Some factors affected their percentages and its relationship with some performance traits. The second Arab congress of Genetics and Biotechnology, Minia University, Minia Governorate, Egypt.
3 Juma, K.H., Asofi, M.K. and Al-Khazraji, A.H.H. (2001). Indigenous Goats of Iraq. 1. Some Hematological and Biochemical aspects of blood. Dirasat, Agricultural Science, Vol. 28, No. 2,pp:146-158.

4 Al-Khazraji, A.H.H., Juma, K. H. and Asofi, M.K. (2001). Indigenous Goats of Iraq: 3. Blood Parameters, factors affecting them, and their relation with some performance traits. IPA.J. Agric. Res. Vol.11, No.2
5 Juma, K. H., Asofi and Al-Khazraji, A.H.H. (2002). Indigenous Goats of Iraq: 2. the relation between Hemoglobin type and some economic characteristics. J. of Agric. Tech.Res.

6 Al-Khazraji, A.H.H., Hobi, A.A. and Shubber, E. K. (2004). Some Hematological and biochemical attributes of broiler supplemented with different levels of urtica dioica. J. of Al-Nahreen University, Science Vol.(7),No.1,pp:31-40 Baghdad, Iraq.
Alkhazraji,A.A.H., Gulboy A.Nassir, Norrya A.Ali.2009. Effect of magnetized
water in some hematological aspects in mice.Iraqi J.of Biotechnology,8,1:352 – 366
23 Alkhazraji A.A.H., Juma.K.H.and Al-Saedy J.Kh.2009. Setting baseline profile
standards for some performance traits and biochemical parameters in Iraqi
buffaloes. Pakistan J.Zool.Suppl.Ser.,No.9 .pp.771 – 774.
Al-Khazraji, A.H.H., Al-Kubaisy, R. K., Kafi, E. H., Naif, A. H. and Hamad, S.H.
(2011).Lead pollution and its effect in animal production in Baghdad and
regions around. Al-Kufa University Journal for BiologyVol.No.1,pp:351-358.
Al-Khazraji, A.A.H., Hobi, A.K., Abdul Kareem, T.K.and Kafi, E.H.2009. Design
and manufacture mechanical system for produce intravaginal sponges
impregnated with progesterone for synchronization of estrous cycle in
sheep Iraqi J.Agric.(Special Issue) .Vol.14 No.5.pp:21 – 29.
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