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Ibiara Correia de Lima Almeida Paz et al. 
It was evaluated bone mineral density of turkeys submitted the vaccination against coccidiosis. Used 420 turkeys of one day, divided in 4 treatments with 5 repetitions: T1 – control diet; T2 - diet and anti coccidiosis drugs; T3 - diet and commercial vaccine; T4 - diet and recombinant vaccine. To the 28 days the birds had been submitted to the challenge of coccidiosis, carried through inoculat ...
SUBJECT: 疫苗; turquie; vaccines; musculoskeletal diseases; coccidiose
POSTED TO: Revista Agrarian [1984-2538]
Wheeland, Dan 
This paper attempts to examine selected major historical littoral operations in order to examine the synchronization factors that might be applied to future operations. Special emphasis is placed on amphibious landings. Synchronization can be defined as the arrangement of land, air and sea forces in time, space, and purpose results whose sum is greater than the sum of the individual capabiliti ...
SUBJECT: *naval operations; humanities and history; turkey; *synchronization; landing craft
A survey on the causes of rural migration and its effects on agriculture: an example Kırık county, İspir, erzurum
Güreşci, E., Atatürk University, İspir Hamza Polat Vocational School 
In this study, we aimed to determine the causes for the high migration and their effects to the agriculture in Kırık County, Ispir, Erzurum. For this reason, we established the basis of the study by using the data and publications related to the regional and global migration.
SUBJECT: colonisation rurale; turquie; cambio social; movilidad laboral; agricultura
Siopes, T.D. et al. 
Ahemeral (non-24 h) light-dark cycles are known to increase egg size but when applied continuously have adverse effects on egg production. The purpose of this experiment was to determine whether temporary application of ahemeral light-dark cycles (AH) can overcome the adverse effects of continuous AH and provide improved reproductive performance of turkey hens photostimulated at an early age. ...
SUBJECT: photoperiod; photostimulation; laying performance; stimulation; age at first egg
POSTED TO: Poultry science.
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Jukna, V., Lithuanian University of Health Sciences et al. 
In this article are presented research data on comparative evaluation of meat quality of various poultry species. The study was made on 5 samples of ostrich, turkey and broiler meat. Samples were weighed 500 to 550 grams. Qualitative and nutritional properties of meat from different species of poultry were estimated. The chemical composition, pH, color, firmness, water holding capacity, cookin ...
SUBJECT: meat quality; viande de dinde; chicken meat; autruche; carne de pavo
POSTED TO: Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry (Serbia) [1450-9156]
Gültekin, Ö., Ege University, Faculty of Engineering 
In this research, prepared turkey meat ready to eat food was sterilized in retortable pouches at different temperatures and Fo values, and the effects of those heating processes were analysed.
SUBJECT: viande de dinde; teneur en matia¨re sa¨che; lutte physique; autoclaving; tempa©rature
Mutlu, S., Çukurova University, Faculty of Agriculture 
In this study, it was aimed to determine that consumers' food safety concerns affect on their purchasing attitude and behaviors for red meat and it' products.
SUBJECT: expenditure; consumer expenditure; turquie; gastos de consumo; consumption
Keskin, B., Ege University, Faculty of Agriculture et al. 
Turkish poultry meat sector has developed in the last years because of the instability of red meat prices and red meat supplies. Despite increasing production and consumption, poultry sector has some problems. High costs and dependency to the foreign countries in input supply sector are the most important problems. Especially imports in the poultry feed such as corn, soy and fish meal reduce t ...
SUBJECT: secteur agroindustriel; viande de dinde; turquie; viande de volaille; chicken meat
POSTED TO: Journal of Agricultural Faculty of Uludağ University (Turkey) [1301-3165]
An assessment of the potential of Puccinia striiformis f.sp. tritici to cause yield losses in wheat on the Anatolian Plateau of Turkey
Braun, H.J. et al. 
SUBJECT: puccinia striiformis; epidemie; turquie; rendement des cultures; epidemia
POSTED TO: Vortraege fuer Pflanzenzuechtung (Germany) [0723-7812]
Cavanagh, D. 
SUBJECT: turkey rhinotracheitis virus; virus de la influenza aviar; avian nephritis virus; avian infectious bursitis; virus bronchite infectieuse aviaire
POSTED TO: British Veterinary Journal (United Kingdom)