M. A. Hafeez

S. El-Sherry2
M. E. Ogedengbe2
J. R. Barta2
2S. El-Sherry
2M. E. Ogedengbe
2J. R. Barta
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The Guelph strain of Eimeria adenoeides was obtained from a commercial turkey flock in Ontario, Canada, in 1985. Single oocyst derived lines of E. adenoeides were propagated, and one of them used to re-describe biological and morphological features of E. adenoeides in the turkey. Oocysts of this strain are within the lower size ranges in the original(More)
For the purpose of re-describing the Eimeria species that infect the turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) and to establish benchmark biological information linked to genetic markers for each species, a strain of Eimeria meleagrimitis Tyzzer 1929 was obtained from a litter sample from a turkey farm in Minnesota, USA in 2008. Multiple pure lines were derived by(More)
With the help of software such as packet sniffer one can easily intercept or capture the network packets that travel across the network. The sniffer captures these packets by setting the NIC card in the promiscuous mode and eventually decodes them and they can be used for several fruitful purposes. This paper discusses the different steps for the(More)
The paper presents a new approach for Bandwidth control in Broadband Access Networks, especially Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) and Cable Internet (DOCSIS) users. The basic idea is to have a broadband line to the server receiving all the incoming bandwidth. The approach is to have bandwidth division among various VLANs in a network connected via a switch to(More)
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