Hysen Bytyqi

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Several different phenotypes of the native Pramenka sheep have been developed in the Balkan region for different environmental and socio-cultural conditions. Animals from seven West Balkan Pramenka sheep types were analysed for 15 microsatellite markers and for mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) and the results were used to assess genetic variation within and among(More)
In this study, consumer’s behavior in the Kosovo in respect to beef meat was studied using different socio-economic variables assessed by so-called evaluation criteria as: “very important”, “important”, “same”, and “less important”. The overall objective of the study was to analyze the consumer behavior in regard to beef meat in Kosovo and possibly identify(More)
We estimated neutral diversity of 21 European cattle breeds with 105 microsatellites. Nine of them resembled unselected Balkan Buša strains with diffuse breeding barriers and the 12 others were strongly differentiated, isolated breeds. Because of the impact of neutral genetic diversity on long-term population adaptive capacity, we discuss the long-term(More)
BYTYQI, H., U. ZAUGG, K. SHERIFI, A. HAMIDI, M. GJONBALAJ, S. MUJI, H. MEHMETI: Infl uence of management and physiological factors on somatic cell count in raw cow milk in Kosova. Vet. arhiv 80, 173-183, 2010. ABSTRACT The main aim of this research was to study the effect of somatic cell count (SCC/mL) in raw milk in some cattle dairy farms according to the(More)
INTRODUCTION Milk is considered to be a healthy, nutritious food product. Microbiological quality is an important aspect in evaluating the quality of milk. METHODOLOGY A total of 603 bulk tank milk samples from 221 farms distributed across ten different regions were collected for milk quality assessment. Quality was judged by total viable count, and the(More)
A total of 25,160 milk test-day records from 2,516 cows in first lactation of 3 dairy cattle breeds [Simmental (n = 1,900), Brown Swiss (n = 444), and Tyrol Grey (n = 172)] in Kosovo were analyzed using nested repeatability and random regression test-day models with varying (co)variance structures. The different models were compared based on(More)
  • Muje GJONBALAJ, Shukri FETAHU, Hysen Bytyqi, Halim GJERGJIZI, Bedri DRAGUSHA
  • 2010
Th is survey is part of the project “Marketing Support of Food Products in Kosovo”, fi nanced by the European Agency for Reconstruction (EAR). Th e main purpose of the project was to support the producers of food products in Kosovo with data for absorbing opportunities of wine market, according to the demographic and socioeconomic features of wine(More)
The main objective of this study was to analyze the effect of bacterial content (CFU) and somatic cell count (SCC) in milk quality in sheep (Ovis aries) farms according to the existing standards for fresh milk quality in Kosovo. A total of 2256 milk test day records from 379 Bardhoka (BAR), Sharri sheep (SHA), Kosovo sheep (KOS) and Balusha (BAL) ewes in(More)
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