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Articles by Abdullah Kaya
Total Records ( 7 ) for Abdullah Kaya
  Ilgaz Akata and Abdullah Kaya
  Ciboria coryli (Schellenb.) N.F. Buchw. (Sclerotiniaceae) and Peziza saniosa Schrad. (Pezizaceae) are new records for the macromycota of Turkey. Short descriptions and photographs of macro and micromorphologies of the taxa are given.
  Erkan Duz , Logman Aslan , Ismail Alkan , Irfan Bayram , Abdullah Kaya , Harun Ayhan and Eda Ozer
  With this study, it is aimed to conduct a research on the haemostatic effects of the herbal originated blood stopper product which is titled as Ankaferd Blood Stopper (ABS) in intra-abdominal surgery in rabbits. The materials of the study consist of 20 healthy adult New Zeeland rabbits, 10 male and 10 female ones. The rabbits were divided into two groups as working group and control group. The left abdominal part of rabbits was incised by 5 cm, their skin, cutaneous connective tissue and muscles were incised, respectively. About 1-2 mL gauzed bandage tampons which were saturated with Ankaferd Blood Stopper applied on all of 10 cases. The time passed for the blood to stop was measured by the chronometer. Moreover, bleeding spots with 1 cm length and 5 mm depth were made by bistoury on the liver and spleen. The tampons saturated with ABS were applied on the liver and spleen for 90 sec with medium pressure. The tampons with the dimensions of 4x4 cm were applied on bleeding spots of the control group with medium pressure. The time passed for the blood to stop was recorded. The time passed for blood stopping was compared. With Ankaferd Blood Stopper, the haemostasis was achieved within 9 sec for application in skin, 19 sec in coetaneous connective tissue, 42 sec in muscles, 147 sec in liver, 162 sec in spleen in experimental group while haemostasis was achieved within 220 sec for application in skin, 256 sec in coetaneous connective tissue, 238 sec in muscles, 550 sec in liver and 400 sec in spleen. As a conclusion, when the blood stopper product which is known as Ankaferd Blood Stopper is compared to the control group in external bleeding, it is seen that it achieves an effective haemostasis.
  Abdullah Kaya , Suleyman Kozat , Cumali Ozkan , Serkan Yildirim , Yakup Akgul and Omer Akgul
  The association between serum Homocysteine (Hcy) and myocarditis in calves with Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) are not well defined. To investigate the relationship between serum Hcy concentrations and myocarditis in healthy calves and calves with FMD. A total of 9 healthy calves (control) and 15 calves with FMD. In the study, all animals underwent a comprehensive clinical and laboratuar findings study to document cardiac health or presence of FMD. Blood samples were collected via jugular venipuncture. Serum Hcy, Nitric Oxide (NO), cardiac Troponin I (cTnI) concentrations, serum levels of activity Creatine Kinase (CK), Lactac Dehydrogenase (LDH) and cardiac origin Creatine Kinase (CK-MB) were measured. Serum Hcy, NO, cTnI, CK, CK-MB and LDH values in calves with FMD significantly higher compared to control (p<0.01, p<0.001, p<0.01, p<0.001, p<0.001 and p<0.05, respectively). The results suggest that determination of serum Hcy concentrations in calves with clinical signs compatible with FMD might prove useful as a guide to quantify cardiac remodeling associated with heart damage.
  Abdullah KAYA , Yusuf UZUN , Kenan DEMIREL and Ibrahim Halil KARACAN
  Arrhenia rickenii (Hora) Watling and Arrhenia spathulata (Fr.) Redhead (Tricholomataceae) were recorded for the first time from Turkey.
  Abdullah KAYA , Yusuf UZUN and Irahim Halil KARACAN
  Macrofungi samples were collected from Göksun (Kahramanmaraþ) district between 2005 and 2007. As a result of field and laboratory studies, 110 taxa belonging to 33 families and 70 genera in Ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes were identified. The distribution, habitat, and collection numbers of the identified species are given.
  Abdullah KAYA
  Macrofungi samples were collected from Huzurlu high plateau and its surroundings between 2002 and 2005. As a result of macroscopic and microscopic investigations 105 taxa belonging to 67 genera and 33 families were recorded in Ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes classes. Six of them, Phaeohelotium umbilicatum (Le Gal) Dennis, Lepiota jacobi Vellinga & Knudsen, Leucoagaricus erioderma (Malencon) Bon, Leucoagaricus serenus (Fr.) Bon &Boiffard, Cortinarius turgidus Fr., and Cotylidia diaphana (Schwein.) Lentz, are new records for the macromycota of Turkey.
  Kenan DEMIREL , Omer ERDEM , Yusuf UZUN and Abdullah KAYA
  The taxonomic study of 382 samples collected from Hatila Valley National Park (Artvin, Turkey) revealed 126 taxa of macromycetes, belonging to 34 families and 60 genera. Two of them, Arrhenia acerosa (Fr.) Kuhn. (Tricholomataceae) and Entoloma politum (Pers.: Fr.) Donk. (Entolomataceae), are new records for Turkey.
 
 
 
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