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Volume 10 Number 6 Year 2022

34 articles in this issue 

Mustafa Bodu,Mehmet Bozkurt Ataman

The effect of antifreeze protein type III (AFPIII) and human heat shock protein 70 (HHSP70), added to the vitrification medium of mouse embryos, on post-freeze/thaw in vitro embryonic growth rates and cell numbers were investigated. In total 20 female mic... see more

Pags. 964 - 972  

Ayoola Doris Ayodele,Grace Oluwatoyin Tayo,Martha Dupe Olumide,Olajide Ayorinde Adeyemi,Ademola Samuel Akanbi

A total of 432, ISA Brown growing pullets were used to evaluate the effects of feeding diets containing Turmeric, Clove and Turmeric + Clove on growth performance and intestinal morphology. The birds were divided into 36 groups of 12 each weighed and allo... see more

Pags. 973 - 978  

Januka Dahal,Utshav Pandey,Upakar Bhandari,Utshab Koirala,Sabina Tiwari,Suchit Shrestha

Broccoli (Brassica oleraceae var. Italica) belongs to the family cruciferae which is mainly used as vegetable at its tender stage. The study was conducted to evaluate the morphological, phenological, head and yield traits of broccoli genotypes at Karma In... see more

Pags. 979 - 986  

Md. Amir Hossain,Jannatul Mawa Momu

Yogurt is a natural source of gut-friendly bacteria. It has a considerable body of evidence that supports the significant positive effects of yogurt as probiotics on quail production performance and health. Yogurt containing bacteria can improve quail eco... see more

Pags. 987 - 991  

Yasemin Öner,Nezih Ata,Mustafa Karabas,Onur Yilmaz

Changing climatic conditions and growing population size lead take precautions against potential risks. Researchers who study in the agricultural field, including animal production, focus on finding out variants and breeds resistant to diseases and enviro... see more

Pags. 992 - 996  

Anteneh Bekele Melaku,Wassu Mohamed,Vasantha Kumar

Ethiopia is considered as the possible origin and center of diversity for okra. Therefore, this study was conducted with the objectives of determining the genetic distance between indigenous okra collections and exotic commercial varieties and assessing g... see more

Pags. 997 - 1005  

Daniel Wondimu Belay,Zemede Asfaw,Ermias Lulekal Molla,Bekel Kassa,Habtamu Kifele

This study was conducted to evaluate essential oils from Croton macrostachyus Hochst. ex Delile, Eucalyptus globulus Labill., Allium sativum L., Cymbopogon citratus (DC.) Stapf, Cymbopogon martini (Roxb.) W.Watson, Rosmarinus officinalis L. and Thymus sch... see more

Pags. 1006 - 1018  

Oyebola Odunayo Olabinjo

Drying characteristics of Lemon grass leaves using an oven dryer was studied at four different temperatures (40, 50, 60 and 70°C). The effect of the drying temperatures on moisture content of the leaves was investigated. Thirteen drying models were fitted... see more

Pags. 1019 - 1025  

Mohammed Rokonuzzaman,M.T.N. Shimul,Shaikh Shamim Hasan,Md. Arifur Rahman Khan,Jaber Rana,Md. Abdullahil Bhuiyan

Garo people are tribal communities who live in the middle northern part of Bangladesh from time immemorial. The purpose of the research was to identify the reasons, outline, and impact on the relocation of Garo people in the city areas in Bangladesh. Prim... see more

Pags. 1026 - 1033  

Ziblim Abukari Imoro,Danquah Emmanuel,Ammal Abukari

This study compared the forage quality of Cajanus cajan, Stylosanthes mucronata, Tephrosia purpurea, and Securinega virosa in the savanna ecological zone of Ghana. The shrubs were cultivated using Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) and their growth w... see more

Pags. 1034 - 1038  

Mehmet Akif Boz,Ahmet Uçar,Kadir Erensoy,Musa Sarica

This study was aimed to determine the effect of hatching system (house and machine) and egg weight (heavy and light) on growth performance and meat quality traits in geese. The study was carried out for 12 weeks with a total of 220 Turkish native geese. T... see more

Pags. 1039 - 1046  

Habtamu Adenew Ulatu,Tolossa Lemma Tola,Shewadinber Mekonnin Meskelu

In order to assess the potential, farmers satisfaction, and operation and maintenance issues of selected small scale irrigation schemes in Salale Zone Ethiopia, the study was designed with key objectives of evaluating the current status of irrigation wate... see more

Pags. 1047 - 1053  

Nigusu Tadese Abera,Seid Sani Asfir,Bogale Belay Abegaz,Shewadinber Mekonin Meskelu

Row planting is one of the technologies introduced in Ethiopia to improve production and productivity of the major crops. However, the rate of adopting the technology decline from time to time. Thus, this study aims to identify factors affecting adoption ... see more

Pags. 1054 - 1059  

Özge Duygu Okur

This study aims to reveal the quality properties of yogurt enriched with walnut during cold storage (4°C) for 28 days. Five sets of yogurt types were produced by using walnut at varying rates (A: 0% (control), B: 1%, C: 2.5%, D: 3.5%, E: 5%). Physicochemi... see more

Pags. 1060 - 1065  

Fatih Çagatay Baz

Agriculture has been important all over the world since the first days of humanity. The development of agriculture is proportional to the development of humanity. Today, people have reached the point they have reached in technology with agriculture. Today... see more

Pags. 1066 - 1071  

Khaoula Toumi,Joly Laure,Soudani Nafissa,Abbes Abdelkarim,Schiffers Bruno,Glida-Gnidez Habiba

Pesticides are commonly applied in market gardening to improve productivity and pest control. Pesticide residues could be persistent in vegetables and generate a potential health hazard for consumers. This study has been carried out in Tunisia to assess t... see more

Pags. 1072 - 1082  

Abdulkerim Diler,Mete Yanar,Veysel Fatih Özdemir,Recep Aydin,Ridvan Koçyigit,Ahmet Yilmaz

This study was carried out in the central county of Agri Province in order to reveal the cattle feeding habits of cattle breeders. For this purpose, data were obtained by conducting a face-to-face survey with 400 dairy cattle owners of the enterprises in ... see more

Pags. 1083 - 1088  

Fatima Benchikh,Hassiba Benabdallah,Hind Amira,Islam Amira,Walid Mamache,Smain Amira

Oxidative stress resulted from free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS) are associated with many diseases. Phytotherapy has known a great evolution all the world and some medicinal plants are important remedies of some diseases. Myrtle (Mrytus com... see more

Pags. 1089 - 1094  

Mustafa Boga,Baris Cem Avci,Hatice Nur Kiliç

The rapid increase in the world population increases the need for plant and animal food. Agriculture and animal husbandry practices are becoming more common day by day to meet the need for food and to obtain more products. This situation increases the amo... see more

Pags. 1095 - 1101  

Eda Adal,Tugba Aktar

Pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) is a fruit that grows in most tropical and subtropical regions. It has 52% aril, consisting of 78% juice which is used as; juice, molasses, jam, wine, and dried kernels. Potential health benefits increase the demand for th... see more

Pags. 1102 - 1107  

Esma Nur Gecer

Medicinal plants gain a great interest in the drug development process due to their bioactive compounds content. Syringa vulgaris has been used as traditional medicine and it has considerable biological effects. In this study, essential oil (EO) was gener... see more

Pags. 1108 - 1111  

Ramazan Erenler,Esma Nur Geçer

Natural products have gained great interest due to their broad spectrum of biological activities and bioactive compounds. In this study, silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) were synthesized using Astragalus logopodioides L. by green approach. The structure of Ag... see more

Pags. 1112 - 1115  

Falah Saleh Mohammed,Eylem Kina,Imran Uysal,Kamil Mencik,Muhittin Dogan,Mustafa Pehlivan,Mustafa Sevindik

In this study, the antioxidant and antimicrobial potentials of the ethanol extract of the aerial parts of Lepidium spinosum Ard., which is distributed in many regions of the world, were determined. The aerial parts of the plant were dried, powdered and ex... see more

Pags. 1116 - 1119  

Savas Atasever

The objective of the present study was to determine the relationships between animal welfare score (AWS) and milk somatic cell count (SCC) in Anatolian buffaloes. The study carried out on 39 buffalo farms of Bafra district of Samsun province of Turkey bet... see more

Pags. 1120 - 1124  

Ilahy Riadh,Imen Tlili,Thouraya R'him,Zouhair Rached,kamel Arfaoui,Zoltàn Pék,Marcello Salvatore Lenucci,Hussein Daood,Lajos Helyes

Artichoke (Cynara scolymus L.) is a worldwide popular horticultural crop. Interest in assessing bioactive compounds with potential health benefits in artichoke is increasing. Therefore, in this study, the variability in total phenolic and flavonoid conten... see more

Pags. 1125 - 1129  

Seval Andiç,Sehriban Oguz

Milk is an important food substance and has a complex polydisperse system. The main components of milk consist of lactose, protein, and lipids. Mineral substances and vitamins are also present in milk as minor nutrients. Lactose known as milk sugar is the... see more

Pags. 1130 - 1137  

Imen Tlili,Ilahy Riadh,Zouhair Rached,Ahlem Ben Ali,Kamel Arfaoui,Thouraya R'him

Postharvest storage conditions frequently affect nutritional quality of fruits and vegetables. Temperature and storage duration are the most important factors to extend shelf life and maintain quality of fresh watermelon. This study was conducted to deter... see more

Pags. 1138 - 1141  

Canan Kop-Bozbay,Nuh Ocak

Poultry meat quality is controlled by muscle fiber properties associated with body weight gain in the immediate pre- or post-hatch period. This study aimed to determine the effect of administration of branched-chain amino acids blend (BCAAb, 3 L-leucine:1... see more

Pags. 1142 - 1148  

Udit Prakash Sigdel,Kailash Nath Pyakuryal,Durga Devkota,Gana Pati Ojha

Information and communication technology (ICT) tools such as radio, television, mobile phone, the internet, computers are gaining momentum in the development discourse of the agriculture sector in Nepal. In agriculture extension, ICT tools fill the void t... see more

Pags. 1149 - 1157  

Shampa Rani,Khondoker Jahengir Alam,Shib Shankar Saha,Md. Mostafizur Rahman,Md. Shah Alam

Salmonellosis is a critical challenge in commercial poultry farming. This study aimed to calculate seroprevalence, identify Salmonella spp., and its pathological investigation from January to December 2019. One hundred fifty (150) serum samples and fifty ... see more

Pags. 1158 - 1164  

Likawent Yeheyis,Andrew Sergeant,Matthew Nelson,David Mcnaughton,Heather Sanders

Over recent years, the demand for livestock products in Ethiopia is increasing; most of this demand is coming from urban centers, especially from Addis Ababa, as the buyers are demanding better quality and more hygienic produce. This has fueled interest i... see more

Pags. 1165 - 1173  

Sinan Dündar

This study has emerged within the scope of the sectoral studies requested by the Ministry of Industry and Technology of Turkish Republic from the Development Agencies, and aims to select the optimal plant location among the organized industrial zones in t... see more

Pags. 1174 - 1185  

Sertan Avci,Engin Yurtseven

This study was carried out over the experimental fields of Ankara University, Faculty of Agriculture Gümüsdere Campus. Experiments were conducted with 3 different irrigation water salinity levels (S1=0.25 dS/m – control/tap water, S2=1.5 dS/m, S3=3.0 dS/m... see more

Pags. 1186 - 1190  

Sharna Halder,Sharmin Chowdhury,Shubhagata Das,M. Sohidullah,Sabuj Kanti Nath,Md. Masuduzzaman

E. coli and Salmonella spp. are responsible for causing colibacillosis and salmonellosis in chickens respectively. This research work was undertaken to study the prevalence of colibacillosis and salmonellosis in commercial chickens of Chattogram, and to k... see more

Pags. 1191 - 1196