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Articles by Mehmet Kilinc
Total Records ( 3 ) for Mehmet Kilinc
  Okan Sener , Huseyin Gozubenli , Omer Konuskan and Mehmet Kilinc
  Maize hybrids react differently to various plant density and intra-row spacing. A two-year study was conducted at Mustafa Kemal University, Agricultural Faculty, Research Farm to determine the optimum intra-row spacing for maize hybrids commercially grown in Eastern Mediterranean Region during 2000 and 2001 growing seasons. The experimental design was a Randomized Complete Block in a split-plot arrangement with three replications. Main plots were maize hybrids of Dracma, Pioneer 3223, Pioneer 3335, Dekalb 711 and Dekalb 626. Split-plots were intra-row spacing of 10.0, 12.5, 15.0, 17.5 and 20.0 cm. Split-plot size was 2.8 by 5.0 m with four rows per plot. The effects of intra-row spacings on the grain yield and some agronomic characteristics were statistically significant. Hybrid x intra-row spacing interaction effects were significant only at ear length and grain yield. The highest grain yields were obtained from Pioneer 3223 and Dracma at 15.0 cm intra-row spacing (11718 and 11180 kg ha-1, respectively).
  Huseyin Gozubenli , Mehmet Kilinc , Okan Sener and Omer Konuskan
  Maize hybrids response differently to various plant density and row configurations. A two-year field experiment was conducted in Agricultural Faculty research farm at Mustafa Kemal University in 2000 and 2001 growing seasons, to compare single and twin-row planting pattern and to determine optimum plant density for maize hybrid Dracma, commercially grown in Eastern Mediterranean Region of Turkey. The experimental design was a randomized complete block in a split-plot arrangement with three replications. Main plots were plant densities of 60000, 75000, 90000, 105000, 120000 and 135000 plants ha-1. Split-plots were planting patterns (single row and twin row). The effects of plant density and planting patterns on grain yield were statistically significant. Grain yield gradually increased with increasing plant densities up to 90000 plants ha-1 (10973 kg ha-1 mean), then decreased in higher plant densities. There were no significant differences between 90000 plants ha-1 and 105000 plants ha-1 densities. Twin row planting pattern out-yielded single row and 10398 kg ha-1 and 9986 kg ha-1 grain yield obtained, respectively. This increase is important since without any additional input or cost.
  Servet Bademkiran , Romedi Celik , Simten Yesilmen , Berna E. Kanay and Mehmet Kilinc
  In this study, the effects of self-sucking, which is a behavioural defect in dairy cows, on milk product, udder health and on the shape of the udder were examined. In the research, totally 17 cows that self-sucked were used: one of them was a holstein hybrid cow and 16 were Home Breed South-Anatolian Red cows. With respect to the complaints from the owners of the ill cows, these diseases were determined and the data related to the size of the udders and the milk product occuring in 10 days, as well as whether or not there was an injury and mastitis on udder were observed. As a result of the study, it was determined that most of the self-sucking cows (85.71%) sucked particularly just two front teats and very few of them (14.28%) sucked all the four teats. Besides, it was observed that the cows sucking all their teats sucked almost 65% of the daily milk and during this period, mastitis was occurred in 28.57% of these cows. Also, it was determined that, in some of the cows which were sucking only the front teat for a long time, there were size differences up to 0.9 cm between the front and the rear teats. As a result, because of the fact that the act of self-sucking in dairy cows spoils the apperarence of herd, causes injury on udder, mastitis causes the loss of daily milk on a large scale, it was agreed that that this causes serious problems.
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