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Articles by Musa Bulut
Total Records ( 3 ) for Musa Bulut
  Musa Bulut and Seyit Aydin
  Arcobacter cryaerophilus was isolates from nautrally infected rainbow trout, (Oncorhynchus mykiss Walbaum) and its pathogenicity was tested by intramuscular injection into healthy 1-year-old normally pigmented rainbow trout and albino crosses. Experimental infections caused deaths with gross clinical abnormalities such as exophtahlmia, liver damage, bloody hemorrhagic kidney and heart and swollen intestines. No significant differences in deaths were observed between the two infected fish groups. Significant increases were observed in the serum glutamate pyruvate transaminase (GPT) level of both the experimentally infected albino crosses and rainbow trout groups. The mean serum glutamate oxalacetate transminase (GOT) value in blood of infected rainbow trout was significantly higher than in healthy fish, but GOT activity in blood of experimentally infected albino crosses was significantly less than that of healthy fish. Glucose (GLC) levels in blood of both experimentally infected albino crosses and rainbow trout were significantly less than in healthy fish. Cholesterol (CHOL) concentrations in serum were not significantly different among the four treatments. Serum triglyceride (TG) concentration in blood of experimentally infected normally pigmented rainbow trout group was significantly higher than in healthy fish.
  Harun Yildiz , Mustafa Palaz and Musa Bulut
  The present study was conducted in Kilya (Poyraz) Bay, Dardanelles in May 2002 April 2003. Seasonal variations of condition indices of mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis L. 1819) was discussed in connection with some environmental parameters such as temperature, salinity, seston and chlorophyll-a. This study, testified that there is a statistical relation between condition indices and cholorophyll-a (p<0.05). The mussel condition indices in infralittoral zone were 24% higher than the in mediolittoral zone in Dardanelles. It is observed that the condition indices reached highest levels in May and June. Due to spawning, there was a sharp fall in July. While the condition indices is ascending in summer, it was at low levels in winter. According to the results, condition indices of mussels in Dardanelles is suitable for mussel culture. The optimum harvest period of mussels in Dardanelles is also determined as May-June.
  Musa Bulut , Ihsan Celik and Soner Bilen
  This research aims to describe the biochemical composition of fertilized eggs of striped bream, Pagellus erythrinus (Linnaeus, 1758) and their protein, ash, moisture, lipid and fatty acid % contents. The results showed that striped bream eggs have a value of moisture, protein, ash and lipid; 74.20±0.6, 11.27±1.15, 2.03±0.20 and 4.73±0.15%, respectively. Fatty acid analysis showed that striped bream eggs contain saturated fatty acid of 36.88±0.025%, monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) of 32.61±0.240% and polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) of 30.42±0.175%. Moreover, contents Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) of 4.60±0.036%, Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) of 16.66±0.077%, Arachidonic acid (AA) of 1.12±0.033% , w-3 of 23.06% and w-6 of 7.36% were also determined.
 
 
 
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