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The Research in: Agricultural & Veterinary Sciences is fully open access, strictly peer-reviewed publication which strongly encourages a multidisciplinary approach to research. The scope of the journal is intentionally broad and includes almost all of the key aspects of Agricultural science, veterinary science and veterinary medicine.

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This study was conducted to determine the effects of platelet rich fibrin (PRF) and fibrin adhesive (FA) on wound healing. Fourteen New Zealand rabbits were divided into 2 groups for 7 and 14 day postoperative follow-ups. It was created four full-thickness wounds which 5 mm in diameter on the dorsal back skin of all rabbits. Saline solution were instilled to the control group, autogenous PRF, ...

SUBJECT: wound healing; platelet rich fibrin; fibrin adhesive

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The main purpose of this study was to give detailed information about the anatomical and histological image aspect of the lungs in the domestic pigeons. Twenty (10 males and 10 females) adult domestic pigeons weighing 400-500 g. were used. The pigeons were slaughtered and their body cavity was opened to detect in situ position of the lungs. The trachea, syrinx, primary bronchi and lungs were d ...

SUBJECT: lung; histology; anatomy; birds

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It was aimed to examine the venous drainage and myocardial bridges of the heart in Hemshin and Tuj sheep. Venae cordis of the sheep were examined by corrosion cast and latex injection techniques. The venous drainages of the hearts were observed to be supplied by vena cordis magna, vena cordis media, venae cordis dextrae and venae cordis minimae. The vena marginis ventricularis sinistri was ope ...

SUBJECT: myocardial bridges; macroanatomy; venae cordis; sheep

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The anatomical and histological features of the ileum, caecum and ascending colon were studied in six adult apparently healthy mixed breed dogs. The ileum communicated directly with the ascending colon via the ileocolic opening where the ascending colon begun. The caecum appeared as a distinct coiled outpouching from the proximal part of the ascending colon. The fine openings of the lymphoid n ...

SUBJECT: intestine; morphology; dog; lymphoid tissues

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Plants are one of the numerous gifts of nature, they are loaded with several bioactive chemicals or phytochemicals as part of their normal metabolic activities. The beneficial effects of phytochemicals could be attributed to their antimicrobial, antiviral, antifungal and antioxidant properties. The use of medicinal plants (herbs, spices and their extracts) as organic alternatives have increase ...

SUBJECT: antibiotics; bioactive chemicals; medicinal plants; phytochemical

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The aim of the study is to determine the prevalence of footrot in sheep especially in field conditions. Footrot disease is a contagious, infectious and necrotic disease that causes serious economic losses in sheep breeding both in Turkey and around the world, including the interdijial region of the foot, including the skin, corium orgulae, corium coronaria and nail capsule . In warm and humid ...

SUBJECT: field condition; footrot; sheep

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In this study, it was aimed to determine the osteometric features on the metapodium bones of Bardhoka sheep which is native to Kosovo. Twenty-four (12 male, 12 female) healthy adult sheep weighing between 48 and 72 kg were used in the study. The difference between male and female was found to be statistically significant in morphometric measurements except for DEM (Antero-posterior diameter of ...

SUBJECT: metapodium; osteometric; veterinary anatomy; bardhoka sheep

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An experiment was conducted for management of southern blight disease of carrot caused by Sclerotium rolfsii isolate BS-5 using chitosan and Trichoderma harzianum isolate PB-7 spore suspension by means of seed treatment and foliar spray. Before setting experiments in the field, a series of preliminary laboratory trials were carried out to select a virulent isolate of S. rolfsii (BS-5) by patho ...

SUBJECT: southern blight; s. rolfsii; yield of carrot; chitosan; t. harzianum

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This research was aimed for determination of the microbiological properties of cheese in the Western region of Azerbaijan by traditional methods. 110 samples of cheese used in the study were collected in markets and farms in the regions of Ganja, Dashkesan, Goy-Gol, Touz and Shamkir. The microbiological properties of the samples were determined. Motal cheese can be included in the group of fat ...

SUBJECT: lactococcus spp.; microbiological quality; staphylococcus-micrococcus; motal cheese; sheep milk

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This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of treated sugarcane bark scrapping fermented in rumen filtrate (TSBS) on the performance of broiler finisher birds. Sugarcane bark was sun dried, milled and fermented as dietary substitutes in the study. Six experimental diets coded as T1(0%), T2(7.5%), T3(15%) for 4 days’ fermentation and T4(0%), T5(7.5) and T6(15%) for 8 days’ fermentation we ...

SUBJECT: performance; broiler; fermentation; sugarcane bark scrapping

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