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Phenotypic Correlations Between Some External and Internal Egg Quality Traits in the Japanese Quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica)
In this study, it has been aimed to determine the internal and external quality traits of the quail eggs as well as the phenotypic correlation between these traits. Totally 202 Japanese quail eggsExpand
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Effect of separate and mixed rearing according to sex on fattening performance and carcass characteristics in Japanese quails (Coturnix coturnix Japonica)
objective of this study was to investigate the effect of sex of Japanese quails (Coturnix coturnix Japonica) on fattening performance and carcass characteristics. The quail chicks were divided intoExpand
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Effects of storage period and egg weight of Japanese quail eggs on hatching results (short communication)
study was undertaken to determine the effects of storage period and egg weight of hatching eggs of Japanese quails on fertility, hatchability results. Eggs were obtained 150 females quails, all at 15Expand
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Effects of Parental Age and Hatching Egg Weight of Japanese Quails on Hatchability and Chick Weight
This investigation was carried out to determine the effects of the parental age and the hatching egg weight of the Japanese quails on the one-day old chick weight and fertility, hatchability ofExpand
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UTILIZATION OF APRICOT KERNEL FLOUR AS FAT REPLACER IN COOKIES
In this study, shortening content in a wire-cut cookie formulation was reduced at 10, 20, 30 and 40% and replaced with apricot kernel flour (AKF). The effects of increased concentrations of AKF onExpand
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Evaluating the curriculum of the veterinary school of Firat University, Turkey, in terms of professional and technical skills.
A significant portion of the problems faced by veterinarians is related to communication. These problems are intensely experienced between veterinary practitioners and animal owners; yet no lecturesExpand
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Effects of resistant starch, apricot kernel flour, and fiber-rich fruit powders on low-fat cookie quality
Utilization of resistant starch (RS) and apricot kernel flour (AKF) as fat replacers in cookies were examined and effects of fruit powders on the quality of low-fat cookies were investigated. AExpand
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Fertility and Wool Properties in East Friesian × Awassi Crossbred (F1) Ewes
Abstract Kul, S. and Şeker, I. 2007. Fertility and wool properties in East Friesian × Awassi crossbred (F1) ewes. J. Appl. Anim. Res., 32: 73–75. To determine the fertility, wool yield and woolExpand
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Effects of Fiber-rich Apple and Apricot Powders on Cookie Quality
Apple and apricot powders (APL-P and APR-P) were produced from apple and apricot fruits and they were used in cookie formulation at the levels of 10-40% (in flour bases). The APL-P and APR-P wereExpand
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