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Articles by E. Adiyaman
Total Records ( 2 ) for E. Adiyaman
  V. Ayhan , A. Tolunay and E. Adiyaman
  This study investigates the effect of different vegetation periods on the chemical composition of kermes oak. Five different vegetation periods from May through September 2008 were taken into consideration for this purpose. Throughout these periods, values for dry matter, crude protein, crude lipid, crude fiber, nitrogen-free extracts, crude ash and metabolizable energy were measured. The chemical composition of kermes oak underwent statistically significant changes in connection with the vegetation period (p < 0.05). During the May, June, July, August and September periods, the natural dry matter content of kermes oak was found to be 43.26, 53.83, 56.85, 57.35 and 57.95%, respectively. During the same periods, values for crude protein with respect to dry matter were 1.27, 1.20, 1.29, 1.47 and 1.59%, respectively, values for crude lipid were 4.37, 3.95, 3.47, 2.69 and 3.73%, respectively, values for crude fiber were 20.88, 30.91, 35.53, 37.21 and 37.08%, respectively, values for nitrogen free extracts were 69.48, 59.98, 55.45, 55.57 and 54.35%, respectively, values for crude ash were 3.99, 3.95, 4.22, 3.05 and 3.25% , respectively and values for metabolizable energy were 3191.65, 3149.65, 3129.35, 3119.92 and 3124.15 kcal kg-1, respectively. In conclusion, it was determined that the chemical composition of kermes oak underwent changes in connection with the vegetation period and that, in particular, as the vegetation period advanced, the crude fiber content increased and nitrogen-free extracts decreased.
  B. Kara , V. Ayhan , Z. Akman and E. Adiyaman
  This study was carried out to determine silage quality, herbage and hay yield of different triticale cultivars (Tacettinbey, Tatlicak-97 and Karma-2000). In the research, besides herbage and hay yield of triticale cultivars, dry matter, organic matter, crude protein, crude lipid, crude fiber, nitrogen-free extract and crude ash, silage pH, flieg point, metabolizable energy and physical quality of triticale silage were examined. Among the cultivars, while the highest herbage yield (22860 kg ha-1), hay yield (14270 kg ha-1), dry matter (43.4%), crude protein content (8.3%), crude lipid (2.91%), crude fiber (27.1%), flieg point (127.8) and the best pH value (4.1) were observed in Karma-2000 cultivar, physical characteristics such as smell, structure and color of the cultivars were similar among cultivars.
 
 
 
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