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Quality and Sensory Evaluation for Goat Meat Using Generalized Procrustes Analysis
Askin Kor,Siddik Keskin
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2011.1313.1316
Abstract: The aim of this study was to examine relationships among experts, sex, genotypes and sensory variables by Procrustes analysis. About 10 meat samples involved different genotypes and sex were evaluated by 12 expert assessors for four sensory characteristics (color, texture, taste-odor and acceptability). The attributes were assessed using a nine-point (9: extremely enjoy, 1: extremely dislike) scale. The first two dimension of the analysis accounted for 63.19 and 21.11% of the consensus variance, respectively. As a result of evaluating 12 assessors, it may be concluded that meat of Angora goat has been reflected texture, acceptability and taste-odor of sensory characteristics while that of hair goats has color.
The Effects of Early Castration on Slaughter and Carcass Characteristics of Norduz Male Kids
M. Resul Ciftci,Askin Kor
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2010.2382.2385
Abstract: This study examined the effects of early castration on slaughter and carcass characteristics of Norduz goat male kids. Animal material consisted of 25 male kids divided into two groups-an early castrated group (n = 13) and a control group (n = 12). All animals were weaned at 3 months and then subjected to an 85 days fattening period. Kids were fed with a ration of concentrate (16.6% crude protein and 10.6 MJ kg-1 DM ME) ad libitum +200 g sainfoin per kid twice daily. At the end of the fattening period, eight kids from each group were slaughtered to determine carcass characteristics. Significant differences (p<0.01) were found in the slaughter weights of castrated (24.84±0.465 kg) and intact (30.41±1.061 kg) kids. Cold carcass weights of castrated (9.40±0.230 kg) and intact (11.53±0.544 kg) kids also varied significantly (p<0.05). Muscle, bone, subcutaneous fat and intermuscular fat percentages in the chop region for intact and castrated groups were, respectively, 43.15±0.822 and 41.48±0.579%; 24.60±1.026 and 26.84±0.750%; 7.66±0.711 and 10.21±0.615%; 7.48±0.506 and 7.25±0.693%. It was concluded that early castration had no significant on the carcass characteristics of Norduz male kids.
Slaughter and Carcass Characteristics of Norduz Male Kids Raised in Either Intensive or Pasture Conditions
Irfan Daskiran,Askin Kor,Mehmet Bingol
Pakistan Journal of Nutrition , 2006,
Abstract: The aim of this study was to determine of the slaughter and carcass characteristics of Norduz male kids raised in either intensive or pasture conditions. Hot and chilled carcass dressing percentages in intensive and pasture groups were appeared to be 42.94 0.484 % and 41.49 0.503 %; 46.26 1.050 % and 44.63 1.03 %, respectively. In intensive and pasture groups, the omental fat and heart-lungs-liver proportions at slaughter weight of kids were determined as 1.18 0.209 %, 0.29 0.065 %; 4.75 0.107 %, 4.08 0.134 %, respectively. The kidney-knob and pelvic fat proportions at left half carcass weight were determined as 2.05 0.196 % for kids raised in intensive conditions and 1.06 0.182 % for kids raised in pasture conditions. In the rack joints, the lean portions of the intensive group and pasture group kids were 46.42 0.892 % 50.50 1.990 %, respectively. Total fat portions which contain subcutaneous fat and intermuscular fat were determined as 10.05 1.020 % in intensive group and 4.16 0.477 % in pasture group. In this study, it was concluded that; pasture group kids had similar slaughter and carcass characteristic values as intensively raised ones due to the special environmental condition and rich flora of the mentioned Norduz region of Van province.
The Effect of Different Weaning Ages on Fatty Acid Composition in Rack Joint of Male Kids
Serhat Karaca,Ulku Uzumcuoglu,Dalmis Askin Kor,Ayla Soyer
Agricultural Journal , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/aj.2010.215.219
Abstract: The present study aimed to determine the effect of different weaning ages on the fatty acid composition and nutritional value of rack joints (6th-12th ribs) of male Akkeci (white goat) kid carcasses. The study consisted of 15 heads of kids weaned at 45, 60 and 75 days of age. All kids were slaughtered when they reached approximately 27 kg commercial slaughter weight. There were no significant differences in nutritional value or collagen content among the groups. C 14:0 content was significantly higher in the group of kids weaned at 75 days (p<0.05) when compared to other groups whereas C 17:0 content was significantly higher in the group weaned at 45 days (p<0.05). There were no significant differences in total saturated and unsaturated fatty acids of rack joint fat tissue among groups. However, kids weaned at 45 and 60 days of age had significantly higher total mono-unsaturated fatty acids than those weaned at 75 days (p<0.05). C 18:1 content (p<0.05) greatly affected the differences in mono unsaturated fatty acids among groups. In conclusion, contents of some fatty acids in kid rack joints may be affected by differences in milk and concentrate consumption resulting from differences in weaning ages.
A Study of Relationships Between Milk Yield and Some Udder Traits by Using of Path Analysis in Akke?i Goats
Siddik Keskin,Askin Kor,Serhat Karaca,Hamit Mirtagio lu
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: The aim of this study was to determine relationships between some udder traits [Undder Bottom Height (UBH), Udder Depth (UD), Udder Circumference (UC), Left Teat Circumference (LTC), Right Teat Circumference (RTC) and Teat Angle (TA)] and Daily Milk Yields (DMY) of Akke?i goats. For this purpose, data were collected from 30 goats. Correlations and path analysis were executed for identify the significant contribution of the udder traits on daily milk yields. As a result, this study indicated that these traits especialy, udder circumference and udder bottom height could be used as selection criterias for milk yields in Akke?i goats.
Phenotypic Correlations among Fleece Traits in Norduz and Karakas Sheep
Askin Kor,Ferda Karakus,Seckin Tuncer,Ayhan Yilmaz,Mehmet Bingol,Firat Cengiz
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2011.574.576
Abstract: In this research, it was aimed to determine the phenotypic correlations among some physical traits of Norduz and Karakas sheep. Animal material was consisted from 2-6 years of age of breeding flocks of 50 Norduz and 50 Karakas ewes. Traits measured were greasy fleece weight, fiber diameter, clean fleece percentage, staple length, single fiber actual length, single fiber natural length, breaking strength, elasticity and the number of crimp in 2.54 cm. There was a positive correlation between clean fleece percentage and fiber diameter, it was insignificant for both genotypes. The estimated phenotypic correlations between staple length and greasy fleece weight was 0.403 (p<0.01) and 0.445 (p<0.01) in Norduz and Karakas sheep, respectively. It was understood that traits like fiber diameter, length, fleece weight and the number of crimp should be evaluated together in breeding studies on fleece yield in Norduz and Karakas sheep.
Computer Technology Awareness by Elementary School Teachers: A Case Study from Turkey
Askin Asan
Journal of Information Technology Education : Research , 2003,
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Cytogenetic Effects of Some Fungicides on Barley Root Tip Meristem Cells
Tulay Askin Celik
Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences , 2006,
Abstract: Two fungicides Derosal 50 WP and Korsikol 18 Dust those widely used in agriculture for seed protection were applied to barley seeds (Hordeum vulgare L) in concentrations of 100, 200 and 300 ppm in intervals of 6, 12 and 24 h. In control experiments, distilled water was used instead of fungicides. Effects of Korsikol and Derosal on structure and behaviour of chromosomes were investigated using mitosis analysis on root tip cells of barley seeds which were germinated after the chemical application. In addition, modifying effects of these two fungicides on mitotic index were studied. Cytological findings which were obtained from these experiments showed that the fungicides affect cell division and chromosome structure depending on dose which were used in time intervals.
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