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Articles by Huseyin Eseceli
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  Basaran Karademir , Huseyin Eseceli and Asim Kart
  This study was carried out to determine the effect of oral levothyroxine sodium (T4) application on some serum mineral (Zn, Fe, Ca and Mg) concentrations during CuSO4 toxication (1%). Forty male New Zealand rabbits (6 months-old, weighing 2.16±0.08 kg) were allocated to 4 groups. All groups received 1% CuSO4 (*5H2O) (Copper (II) sulfate pentahydrate M102787) in drinking water. Except for control group (group A), T4 was orally applied to 3 experimental groups at doses of 1.67 (group B), 3.33 (group C) and 6.67 μg kg-1 per bw per day (group D) for 2 days. Serum Cu measurements were performed by Atomic Absorption Spectrometer equipped with Flame system. Serum Zn levels in groups C and D were higher than in group A, while serum Ca levels in groups C and D were found to be lower than in group A (p<0.05), on the last day. There were significant differences for all mineral levels with respect to time (p<0.001). There was also a significant interaction between the dose of T4 applied (groups A-D) and time (p<0.01), except for Fe levels (p>0.05). However, there were significant differences only in Zn and Ca levels in multiple comparisons (p<0.05). A significant correlation was also found between T4 and Zn (r: -0.537, p<0.001) as well as T4 and Ca (r:-0.593, p<0.001) levels. In addition, administration of T4 along with 1% CuSO4 affected serum Zn, Ca and Mg levels significantly (p<0.05). At the result, T4 administration at different doses with 1% CuSO4 caused an increase in serum Zn but a decrease in serum Ca levels. However, the administration of this combination showed no significant effect on serum Fe and Mg levels.
  Huseyin Eseceli , Nurcan Degirmencioglu and Murat Bilgic
  In this trial, the effect of Chromium yeast and folic acid on the egg yolk cholesterol, folic acid and chromium levels with performance and some egg criteria is evaluated. One hundred and eighty Lohmann White line 40 weeks of age layers were separated into 4 groups having 15 layers and trial replicated 3 times. The trial took place for 56 days. The 4 groups were fed basal diet with control group, chromium yeast (150 mg ton-1) group, folic acid (10 mg ton-1) group and folic acid + chromium yeast (10 + 150 mg ton-1) group. The inner and outer quality levels and cholesterol levels of eggs were determined. The feed consumption was decreased in chromium yeast added and folic acid + chromium yeast groups by 1.90 and 1.92% and feed conversion rate was increased by 3.5 and 4.35%. The folic acid group and the control group had the same feed consumption and feed conversion rate. Live weight, egg production, egg weight, shape index, eggshell thickness and Haugh units were not changed in the chromium and folic acid groups but egg white and yolk index was higher in the chromium and folic acid groups than the control group. In comparison to the control and folic acid groups, the egg yolk cholesterol levels of the chromium added groups was decreased in samples taken on the 4th and 8th weeks of the trial (p<0.001). Egg yolk folic acid levels in the folic acid suplemented groups. There is no difference on yolk chromium levels among the treatments. As a result, the decrease in feed consumption, increase in the feed conversion and decrease in egg yolk cholesterol by means of inclusion of chromium yeast to layer feeds could be useful in practical feeding strategies.
  Huseyin Eseceli , Ergun Demir , Nurcan Degirmencioglu and Murat Bilgic
  This study has been conducted to evaluate the use of Bio-Mos®, mannan oligosaccharide derived from the cell wall of yeast, as a potential replacement of growth promoting antibiotics in the diet of broilers. Effects of an antibiotic growth promoter (Avilamycin) and mannan oligosaccharide (Bio-Mos®) on performance have been examined in 320 days-old Ross 308 broiler chicks. These chicks were randomly grouped into two treatments with eight replicates of 20 chicks each. Commercial corn-soybean based broiler starter, grower and finisher diets were formulated as basal diets. Basal diets were supplemented with an antibiotic growth promoter (0.1% Avilamycin) and a mannan oligosaccharide (starter 0.15%, grower 0.1%, finisher 0.05% Bio-Mos®). Live weight, weight gain and feed intake, feed conversion ratio were not affected significantly by dietary treatments throughout the experiment (p>0.05). Mortality rate, hot carcass yield and feed cost for kg live weight gain did not show any significant differences among the groups (p>0.05). Mannan oligosaccharide (Bio-Mos®) has the potential to be an alternative to antibiotic growth promoters in broiler diets.
  Tanay Bilal , Huseyin Eseceli , Aysen Altiner and Onur Keser
  The aim of this study was to examine the effect of vitamin D3 and/or zeolite supplementation in presence of phytase enzyme on serum total Calcium (Ca), inorganic Phosphorus (Pi) levels and Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) activity in laying hens. A total of 120, 28 weeks old laying hens were used for the study. The laying hens were separated to 4 equal groups (5 replicates). The treatment groups were as follows: control diet (300 FTU phytase per kilogram), trial 1 diet (300 FTU phytase + 400 IU vitamin D3), trial 2 diet (300 FTU phytase + 400 IU vitamin D3 + 2% zeolite) and trial 3 diet (300 FTU phytase + 2% zeolite). The experimental period was 16 week. Blood samples were taken on weeks 4, 8, 12 and 16. There were no significant differences between groups for serum ALP activity and Pi levels on weeks 4, 8, 12 and 16. During the study, serum Ca levels were significantly higher in the trial 2 than those of other groups (p<0.05). In conclusion, a significant increase or decrease was not seen in the effect of phytase as a result of the addition of vitamin D3 or zeolite, respectively. There was a significant phytase, vitamin D3 and zeolite interaction for serum Ca level.
  Ismail ABAS , Tanay BILAL and Huseyin ESECELI
  The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of the addition of organic acid (OA), zeolite (ZE), or both to broiler diets with microbial phytase containing low and adequate levels of phosphorus (P) on performance, some serum indices, and ileum pH values. For the study, 480 broiler chicks 1-day old were assigned equally to 8 groups, with 6 replicates (10 chicks per replicate) carried out over 42 days. A basal diet containing 600 FTU of phytase enzyme was formulated separately for the starter and grower periods. Experimental groups were divided into 2 main groups: low P [(0.39% P; basal diet (B), B+OA, B+ZE, and B+OA+ZE)] and adequate P [(0.70% P; basal diet (B), B+OA, B+ZE, and B+OA+ZE)]. The average body weight of the lo-P groups was significantly lower than that of the adequate-P groups. However, birds fed ZE and OA+ZE had increased body weights. Within the first 21 days of the study, the addition of ZE and OA+ZE to diets significantly decreased feed intake, and feed conversion rates improved depending on the P level and the OA+ZE addition. Serum P levels increased depending on the decrease in the level of P in the diet at 21 days, and the ALP concentration at day 42 was found to be statistically lower in the group fed an OA+ZE diet. Ileum pH values in the OA group were found to be lower than those in other groups at 42 days. These results proved that the addition of ZE and OA+ZE to the diet with microbial phytase containing low and adequate levels of P had positive effects on performance.
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