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Articles by D. Pekmezci
Total Records ( 2 ) for D. Pekmezci
  D. Cakiroglu , Y. Meral , D. Pekmezci and F. Akdag
  Effects of live yeast culture (Saccharomyces cerevisiae 1026) as a feed additive, on milk production and blood lipids contents of 10 Jersey cows in early lactation were determined in 21 days. Twenty Jersey cows, which have had their second delivery were allocated equally to one or the other treatments: control vs experimental. From 45-66th days in milk, 10 g day-1 of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (1x108 cfu g-1) dissolved in 200 mL of water were administrated to cows. Daily milk yields were recorded individually and blood samples were obtained weekly for each experimental cow. The diet supplemented with Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Yea-Sacc 1026/Alltech) implied an extension at the peak lactation period and a statistically significant increase of serum cholesterol and LDL (p<0.05) contents of early lactation Jersey cows.
  D. Cakiroglu , Y. Meral , D. Pekmezci , E.E. Onuk and Y.B. Kabak
  The aim of the present study is to investigate the effects Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Yea-Sacc 1026/Alltech) yeast culture on humoral and cellular immunity of Jersey cows in early lactation. Twenty Jersey cows in the second lactation period were equally divided to control and study groups. Starting from the 45th day of the lactation period, 10 g day-1 of S. cerevisiae (Yea-Sacc/All-Tech Co.) were administrated to cows for 21 days. Blood were collected via vena jugularis on the 45, 52, 59, 66, 73th days postpartum. From the smears obtained, T and B lymphocyte numbers were recorded and in blood sea Bovine IgG, Bovine IgG1, Bovine IgG2, Bovine IgM and Bovine IgA levels were deteected. In conclusion, the results of this study indicated an immunstimulant tendency of Saccharomyces cerevisia at 10 g daily intake for dairy cows in early lactation.
 
 
 
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