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Articles by K. celik
Total Records ( 3 ) for K. celik
  K. celik , K. Ugur and A. Uzatici
  An experiment was conducted with 102, 2 day-old Ross 308, male broilers to investigate the effects of Organic Acid (OA) components and Whole Wheat (WG) on the growth performance and plasma parameters. There were 3 dietary treatments, each consisting of 34 replicates. The three dietary treatments were, (i) control, (ii) basal diet + 0.5% OA and (iii) basal diet + 25% whole wheat. The chicks were offered starter diet from 1 to 21 and grower diet from 22 to 42 as ad libitum. Feed intakes and body weight gains of the broilers were measured at the end of the each week during the experiment. Blood samples was collected from 13 birds in each group by branchial vein and analyzed for serum biochemical values and enzyme activities. There was no toxic effect of OA evidence by the absence of any dramatic change in relative organ weights or other telltale signs of serum clinical chemistry that would suggest liver or kidney dysfunction. The result indicated that dietary organic acids had no significant effects on feed intake, body weight gain, feed efficiency, body weight and carcass weight (p<0.05) compared to control but were significantly higher than WG. Whereas protein, albumin, glucose, BUN, cholesterol, ALP, ALT, Ca and P significantly different in OA group (p<0.05). The relative weights of the hot carcass and length of small intestines was statistically significant (p<0.05). Dietary whole grain had significant effects on feed intake, body weight and body weight gain (p<0.05). It is therefore concluded that 0.5% OA and 25% WG supplemented diets did not alter the performance and had no adverse effects on health of the broiler chickens.
  K. Celik , S. Serbest , S. Vurur , A. Pala and K. Daglioglu
  This paper reports a study on mice and human to check the theory of Stolkowski which hypothesizes that mineral (Na, K, Ca) imbalance in the diet of the female before fertilization affects the sex ratio of the progeny. For this aim, total 40 female and 16 male 2 months age white mice used; which were separated into 8 groups, each of them consisted of 5 female and 2 male animals. Group 1 was a control, group 2-3-4-5-6-7 and 8 were treated as experimental groups. (0.5 g Na/kg feed, 2,0 g K/kg feed and 5,0 g Ca/kg feed); feed was given to group 1 while group 2-3-4-5-6-7 and 8 received in their feed 1.5 g Na/kg feed, 6,0 g K/kg feed and 15,0 g Ca/kg feed during 30 days before mating. K had the highest male ratio in their litter followed by those given Ca+K. Population of Canakkale was evaluated by traditional nutrition of habits and no found statistical differences in sex both m/f (P>0.10).
  K. Celik , I.E. Ersoy and F. Savran
  This study was conducted to determine the wheat straws treated with urea (0.05 kg/kg straw) and low protein concentrate in Saanen male kids performance. Thirty-two Saanen male kids (16 weeks of age; 16.125 ± 0.5 kg body weight) were used in a completely randomized design and divided into two uniform treatments. 50 kg urea dissolved in 1000 kg water spreaded over 1000 kg wheat straw and stored for 30 days. Each treatment consisted 16 kids during the 16-weeks to compare performance with diets based on wheat straw (WS) supplemented with 12% crude protein (CP) levels of crushed barley-wheat concentrate (50:50) as traditional in Turkey. Treatment I (control) were fed on 500 g. untreated straw (US) and 500 g. crushed barley-wheat concentrate (50:50). Treatment II were fed on urea treated straw (UTS) and crushed barley-wheat concentrate (50:50). At the end of the trial, the findings were not statistically important (p<0.05). In conclusion, supplementation of treated wheat straw (TWS) with a barley-wheat based concentrate support had not positive effect on Saanen kids` performance for 4 months.
 
 
 
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