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Articles by Bestami YILMAZ
Total Records ( 3 ) for Bestami YILMAZ
  Bestami Yilmaz and Ali Bahadir
  This study is carried out with five Turkish shepherd dog (Canis familiaris), five curly sheep (Ovis aries) and five native hair goats (Capra hircus) which were adult and in different gender, macroanatomical, subgross and comprehensive research of sensible nerves (n.) innervating shoulder joint capsule was aimed. The shoulder joint capsule was found to be innervated by axillary and suprascapular nerves in Turkish shepherd dog, curly sheep and native hair goats in macroscopic and subgross analysis. The articular branch of axillary nerve was detected to generally terminate in joint capsule with 3 branches from caudolateral and suprascapular nerve was detected to terminate in joint capsule with 1 branch from lateral. In conclusion, number of the articular branches was found to be more in Turkish shepherd dogs and native hair goats compared to curly sheep. These differences were considered to be related to stated two species being more athletic and faster than curly sheep.
  Ilker Arican , Ayse Serbest and Bestami Yilmaz
  In this study, an abnormal lobulation of right lung, observed in a 3-4 years old, female Kangal dog was reported. The cranial lobe was found to be in two parts by means of an accessory fissure.
  Huseyin YILDIZ , Metin PETEK , Gursel SONMEZ , İlker ARICAN and Bestami YILMAZ
  This study was conducted to determine the effects of 2 lighting programs (continuous: 24 h light:0 h dark; intermittent: 12 h daylight followed by 3 cycles of 1 h light, and then 3 h dark during the night) and 3 ascorbic acid supplementations (0, 200, and 400 mg/L added to water) on broiler performance, bone characteristics, and the incidence of tibial dyschondroplasia. One-day-old male commercial (Ross PM3) broiler chicks (600) were divided into 6 treatment groups (2 x 3) with random replicates (4 replicates per treatment). At the end of 6 weeks data revealed that the lighting program, which was one of the main factors tested, affected the feed conversion ratio and live weight gain (P < 0.05), while ascorbic acid (the other main factor) and the interactions of both factors did not significantly influence broiler performance characteristics. Length and weight of the tibiotarsus were positively affected by the use of intermittent lighting, whereas ascorbic acid had a positive effect only on the weight of the bone. Continuous lighting improved cortical thickness of the tibiotarsus (P < 0.01) and decreased the incidence of tibial dyschondroplasia insignificantly. There was not a lighting x supplemental ascorbic acid interaction for tibial dyschondroplasia. The results of the present study suggest that use of intermittent lighting and supplementation of ascorbic acid (200 mg/L) can efficiently prevent leg problems, and increase bone strength and broiler performance.
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