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Articles by Soner CANKAYA
Total Records ( 2 ) for Soner CANKAYA
  Levent Sangun , Soner Cankaya and Onder Duysak
  In this study, canonical correlation analysis was applied to estimate relationships between length characters mantle length (cm), upper hood length (cm), lower hood length (cm), cuttle bone line zone length (cm), cuttle bone free zone length (cm) and weights characters body weight (g), stomach weight (g), stomach wall weight (g), digestive gland weight (g) of 697 cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) populations caught from Iskenderun bay from 2006-2007, Eastern Mediterranean region, Turkey. The first 3 of the estimated canonical correlation coefficients between the pairs of canonical variables were found significant (0.949, 0.358, 0.294 and p<0.01). The results obtained from canonical correlation analysis indicated that mantle length had largest contribution for the explanatory capacity of canonical variables estimated from length characters of 697 cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) when compared with other length characters while body weight had largest contribution for the explanatory capacity of canonical variables estimated from weight characters when compared with other weight characters. The results of this study showed that mantle lenght should be used with the aim of estimating weight per Sepia officinalis individuals in common cuttlefish genotypes.
  Sezen OCAK , Nazan DARCAN , Soner CANKAYA and Tamer C. İNAL
  This study was conducted to determine the effects of different physical modifications (sprinkler and fan) related to heat stress during summer on relevant blood biochemical measures and physiological responses, such as rectal temperature (RT), respiration rate (RR), heart rate (HR), testis temperature (TT), and head temperature (HT), in kids. In total, 32 male German Fawn x Hair kids at 6 months of age were divided into 4 groups of 8. Treatments were as follows: group A: (no sprinkler, no fan) (control); group B: sprinkler only (at 1000-1100 and 1400-1500), no fan; group C: fan (1.5 m/h between 1000-1800), no sprinkler; group D: sprinkler (at 1000-1100 and 1400-1500) and fan (1.5 m/h between 1000-1800). Sprinkler + fan treatment decreased RR, RT, TT, and HT (P < 0.05), whereas sprinkler + fan, sprinkler only, and fan only increased HR. Sprinkler + fan treatment significantly decreased T3 and T4 secretion (P < 0.05). Time x fan x sprinkler interaction significantly affected HCT (P < 0.05), whereas F x S interaction affected CHO (P < 0.05). According to blood chemistry and physiological responses, fan treatment was more effective than sprinkler and may be recommended as a means to alleviate heat stress in goats under Mediterranean climate conditions; however, further research is needed to optimize sprinkler cooling.
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