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Articles by H. E. Samli
Total Records ( 2 ) for H. E. Samli
  H. E. Samli , G. Sirci , J. Lorenzo Bermejo , F. Koc , A. Agma Okur and N. Senkoylu
  The present study investigated the relationship between addition of a commercial organic acid mixture to feed and feed microbiology. Feedstuffs′ composition and duration, temperature and humidity of feed storage were taken into account. The evaluated organic mixture contained formic acid, ammonium formate, propionic acid, ammonium propionate and inorganic phyllosilicate carrier. Microbiological changes were investigated in five types of feed using a 2x2x2 factorial design: organic acid addition (with/without), conditions of storage (22°C and 57% relative humidity (HR)/41°C and 65% HR) and storage duration (30/60 days). Supplementation of the organic acid mixture has positive effect on feed microbiology.
  F. Koc , L. Coskuntuna , M. L. Ozduven , A. Coskuntuna and H. E. Samli
  The purpose of the current work was to extend the study of the effect of temperature on silage microbiology, with or without formic acid, and on the aerobic stability of corn and vetch-grain silages.
The silage samples were ensiled in 1.0-l anaerobic jars, with and without formic acid, at room (20°C) or elevated temperatures (30-37°C). After 45 days of ensiling, the silages were subjected to an aerobic stability test at room (20°C) and elevated (30-37°C) temperatures. The most intensive deterioration occurred at 30-37°C. Samples incubated at 30-37°C had the highest yeast and mould count, most prolific CO2 production.
The finding of the current study suggests that formic acid may decrease mould growth in silage samples. Unfortunately, formic acid does not reduce aerobic deterioration rate of silages. Applying a 5 g/kg formic acid on corn and vetch-grain silages was not very effective at high temperatures.
 
 
 
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