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The Sahel Journal of Veterinary Sciences is an open access peer review publication and uses the Creative Common License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/). The journal publishes original, basic and applied research articles, short communications, case reports and review articles on all aspects of Veterinary Sciences and related disciplines. Only original contributions written in clear and concise English would be considered for publication. The journal is published quarterly.


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Vol. 19 No. 3 (2022): Sahel J. V. Sc.

Published: Sep 30, 2022

Reproductive Tract Morphometry and Evaluation of Fresh Wild African ‎Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) Milt from Lake Alau, Maiduguri, Nigeria‎

1-7 R. I. Ali, S. O. Asuku, U. M. Bamanga, A. Ali, M. A. Waziri, M. M. Bukar (Author)
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Seroprevalence of Coxiella burnetii in Sheep and Goats and associated Risk ‎Factors

8-13 S. G. Adamu, G. S. N. Kia, S. N. A. Saidu, A. O. Tijjani, M. A. Sadiq, H. I. Musa, S. M. Jajere, F. E. Ejeh (Author)
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Prevalence of Intestinal and Urinary Helminth Parasite Infections among ‎Residents of Communities around Lake Alau, Maiduguri

14-19 A. Hamza, A. W. Mbaya, C. O. Nwosu, E. Nwankwo, J. Luka (Author)
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Morphology and Morphometry of the Brain of African side necked turtle ‎‎(Pelusios castaneus): A Preliminary Investigation‎

20-27 I. L. Usende, O. R. Attah, F. O. Oyelowo, I. Shokoye, A. A. Rassaq, Z. S. Tags, S. A. Madubuike (Author)
36

Photoperiodic-dependent morpho-biometric changes in the excurrent duct system of sexually-matured helmeted guinea fowl (Numida meleagris)

28-36 A. Baso, M. B. Umar, M. H. Sulaiman, I. J. Gosomji, J. O. Omirinde, T. A. Muazu, M. Zubairu, S. M. Atabo (Author)
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