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Articles by Tulin Gungor
Total Records ( 2 ) for Tulin Gungor
  Ilkay Yalcinkaya , Tulin Gungor and Mehmet Basalan
  The study was conducted to investigate the effects of MannanOligoSaccharide (MOS) on internal organ weights, pHs of GastroIntestinal Tract (GIT) and carcass characteristics in broilers. A total of 120, 1-day-old Ross 308® chicks were used in this study. Birds were assigned into four groups, each consisting three subgroups which are having 10 animals in them. The control group was fed a basal diet without supplemented MOS and the treatment groups were fed 0.05, 0.10 and 0.15% MOS in basal diet. MOS addition to the diet did not have any effect on carcass characteristics in broilers. Pancreas weight was significantly (p<0.05) lower in 0.10% MOS supplemented group than those in control group. The weight of bursa of fabricius in 0.05% MOS supplemented group was significantly (p<0.05) higher than those in control group. PHs in crops of animals in MOS supplemented groups was higher than (p<0.05) those in control group. MOS addition to the broiler diet did not alter carcass parameters although, supplementation increased pancreas weight and decreased the weight of bursa fabricius. Additionally MOS in diet altered the pH of the crop.
  Gultekin Yildiz , Pinar Sacakli , Tulin Gungor and Hamdi Uysal
  A study was conducted to determine the effect of, as a source of inulin, Jerusalem artichoke on intestinal pH, some blood parameters and liver enzymes of laying hens. Control and treatment groups were fed a diet containing 0, 5 and 10% Jerusalem artichoke, respectively. Twenty five weeks old, 45 commercial white laying hens were used in the experiment. In this experiment, inulin was effective on modifying of intestinal characteristics, blood metabolites and liver enzymes in laying hens. Fecal and intestinal pH values were not altered by dietary treatments. Although, unchanged serum cholesterol and albumen content, 5% JA increased glucose (p<0.001) and decreased fructose (p<0.01), triglyceride (p<0.01) and total protein (p<0.05) contents when compared with control diet. On the other hand, 10% JA reduced serum glucose as well as fructose levels. Serum SGOT levels was increased (p<0.01) by 5% JA addition and ALP levels was decreased (p<0.05) by 10% JA.
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