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Articles by Musa Bulut
Total Records ( 4 ) for Musa Bulut
  Musa Bulut , Nejdet Gultepe , Mehmet Mendes , Derya Guroy and Mustafa Palaz
  Blood chemistry parameters can provide essential information on the physiological status of the animal and therefore allow accurate evaluations of the general health status. Canonical correlation analysis is a fundamental statistical tool. The goal of canonical correlation analysis is to evaluate the relative contribution of each variable to the derived canonical functions in order to explain nature of the relationships. CCA was used to determining, whether the blood protein parameters are related in any way to the blood lipids, enzymes, minerals. However, a linear association between predictor variables (blood proteins) and dependent variables (lipids, enzymes and minerals) were determining. These analyses results shown that canonical correlation analysis can be using prediction of relationships from blood proteins with other blood chemistry parameters
  Soner Bilen and Musa Bulut
  In this study, it is investigated that immunostimulant effects of laurel powder by dietary intake on rainbow trout. After 14 days of adaptation on a control diet 3 groups of rainbow trout were fed the experimental diets containing 0.5 and 1% laurel leaf powder for 21 days. The fish were then switched back to the control diet. Non-specific immunity was investigated at the end of the 21 day experimental feeding period and then again 42nd, 63rd days later. The non-specific immune parameters, extracellular and intracellular respiratory burst activities, phagocytosis in blood leukocytes, lysozyme and total plasma protein level were evaluated. The result of this study showed no effect on respiratory burst, lysozyme activity and total plasma protein levels. Phagocytic activity of fish fed diet supplemented 0.5 and %1 laurel, respectively was significantly higher than other groups. However, there is no correlation between dosages of laurel.
  H. Okan Kamaci , Kursat Firat , Sahin Saka and Musa Bulut
  The embryonic development of sharpsnout seabream (Diplodus puntazzo Cetti, 1777) eggs was investigated in detailed for culture conditions. The experiments have been carried out at 24 ± 0.2 ° C. Eggs of sharpsnout seabream were obtained by wild broodstock without hormonal treatment. The average diameters of the eggs and oil globule were determined 0.807 ± 0.008 mm and 0.245 ± 0.008 mm, respectively. Embryonic development stages were observed in every 15 min. Whenever there was an evident difference during the embryonic development, the photographs were taken before or after the due time. Early morula stage, early gastrula stage, 2 somit stage and formation of otolith of eggs were determined 03:00 h, 07:10 h, 15:15 h and 19:30 h after fertilization, respectively. At 24 ± 0.2 ° C, hatching occurred 26:10 h after fertilization.
  Musa Bulut , Osman Ozden , Sahin Saka and M. Kursat Firat
  In this study, biochemical composition of fertilized dentex (Dentex dentex) eggs were examined and their protein, moisture, lipid and fatty acid contents were analyzed. The results showed that dentex eggs have 74.25±0.61% moisture, 11.57±0.25% protein, 2.57±0.07% ash and 4.97±0.07% lipid. Fatty acid analysis showed that dentex eggs contain 36.37±0.09% saturated fatty acid, 38.57±0.03% monosaturated fatty acids (MUFA) and 24.44±0.04% polyunsaturated fatty acids. The diameter of dentex eggs was 1.05±0.06 mm.
 
 
 
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