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Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain; Frequency and Related Factors
Ramazan KIZIL,Ozlem SENOCAK,Ozlem EL,Mehtap GOZUM
Journal of Neurological Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: Objective: To investigate the frequency of shoulder pain and related factors in hemiplegic patients.Methods: Thirtyeight patients having a stroke in past 18 months were included in the study. Demographic features, factors related to stroke, shoulder subluxation, shoulder pain and time passed until the beginning of shoulder pain were recorded.Results: The frequency of shoulder pain was 50%. In most of the patients ( 84%), shoulder pain occurred in first 8 weeks. Thromboembolic stroke, complete plegia at the beginning, low Brunnstrom motor recovery stage and shoulder subluxation were more prominent in patients with shoulder pain.Conclusions: Complete plegia at the begining and shoulder subluxation seem to be related factors in hemiplegic shoulder pain. In stroke patients, all preventive measures and early rehabilitation should be started.
Sexual differentiation and embryology of the female reproductive system
Turk Pediatri Ar?ivi , 2011,
Abstract: Humans have forty-six chromosomes, including two sex chromosomes, XX in females and XY in males. A gene in the sex-determining region of the short arm of the Y, now referred to as SRY, has been found to direct production TDF, inducing differentiation of cells derived from the genital ridges into testes. In a male fetus, testes produce steroid and protein hormones essential for internal and external anatomic differentiation. Without SRY, gonads develop into ovaries in 2-6 months of gestation. A fetus has a genital tubercle, urogenital groove and sinus, and labioscrotal folds. In females, if there is no androgen effect, these become theclitoris, urethra and vagina, and labia. In males with the efeect androgens genital tubercle forms penis and scrotum. (Turk Arch Ped 2011; 46 Suppl: 115-7)
The Course of Pre-Service Teachers’ Expectations in School Practices and the Factors Affecting Their Expectations  [PDF]
Ramazan Sa?
Creative Education (CE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2014.55045

It is known that expectations of pre-service teachers will change during the process of the school practice especially depending on the interactions they establish with practice teachers and supervisors. The study was conducted at a faculty of education in a big city with pre-service teachers in senior science class using split-plot design. Data were obtained through three measurement levels including initial, intermediate, and final stages in the study which was carried out with 44 preservice teachers 27 of whom were female. Qualitative data were obtained through focus group interviews made with 6 pre-service teachers, 3 of whom were females following measurement levels. Descriptive statistics were used for analyzing the quantitative data while the ANOVA statistic of Friedman which is a nonparametric test was used for analyzing the point differences. Descriptive analysis was used for analyzing the qualitative data and the data were interpreted together with the findings obtained from the quantitative data. It was detected that the initial expectations of the pre-service teachers were higher in the collegiality and leadership categories compared to guidance but their expectations tended to drop dramatically over time. Among the factors that are considered to be the potential factors of the decrease, whether the practice school, which is a new structure, was introduced to the pre-service teachers at the beginning of the academic year and whether they were welcomed in a positive or negative manner at the practice school constituted the most critical turning points.

Cerebroventricular Microinjection (CVMI) into Adult Zebrafish Brain Is an Efficient Misexpression Method for Forebrain Ventricular Cells
Caghan Kizil, Michael Brand
PLOS ONE , 2011, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0027395
Abstract: The teleost fish Danio rerio (zebrafish) has a remarkable ability to generate newborn neurons in its brain at adult stages of its lifespan-a process called adult neurogenesis. This ability relies on proliferating ventricular progenitors and is in striking contrast to mammalian brains that have rather restricted capacity for adult neurogenesis. Therefore, investigating the zebrafish brain can help not only to elucidate the molecular mechanisms of widespread adult neurogenesis in a vertebrate species, but also to design therapies in humans with what we learn from this teleost. Yet, understanding the cellular behavior and molecular programs underlying different biological processes in the adult zebrafish brain requires techniques that allow manipulation of gene function. As a complementary method to the currently used misexpression techniques in zebrafish, such as transgenic approaches or electroporation-based delivery of DNA, we devised a cerebroventricular microinjection (CVMI)-assisted knockdown protocol that relies on vivo morpholino oligonucleotides, which do not require electroporation for cellular uptake. This rapid method allows uniform and efficient knockdown of genes in the ventricular cells of the zebrafish brain, which contain the neurogenic progenitors. We also provide data on the use of CVMI for growth factor administration to the brain – in our case FGF8, which modulates the proliferation rate of the ventricular cells. In this paper, we describe the CVMI method and discuss its potential uses in zebrafish.
Potential use of gas sensors in beef manure nutrient content estimations
U Kizil, JA Lindley
African Journal of Biotechnology , 2009,
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to develop a gas sensor array to estimate the manure nutrient contents. Three metal-oxide gas sensors including methane, ammonia and hydrogen sulfide were used. Forty manure samples were collected from four beef operations in Southwest North Dakota. Manure samples were sent to be analyzed for moisture content, total-nitrogen (Total-N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K) and ammonium-nitrogen (NH4-N). Regression equations were developed showing the relationships between sensor array readings and the lab results. The sensor array was able to estimate manure N, P, and K with correlation coefficients of 0.80, 0.76 and 0.70, respectively.
Süleyman KIZIL
Journal of Central European Agriculture , 2007,
Abstract: The study evaluated Isatis tinctoria, I. constricta, I. glauca, I. cochlearis, I. aucheri and I. demiriziana during 2002-03 and 2003-04 growing seasons for different agronomic characteristics affecting the percentage of dye in them. The results showed wide variations in the agronomic characteristics of Isatis constricta, Isatis cochlearis, Isatis aucheri, Isatis demiriziana collected from wild; compared to culture Isatis tinctoria and Isatis glauca. I. tinctoria showed early emergence (36 day) compared to other species, and I. glauca was determined as late fl owering (512 day) species. Among Isatis species, I. glauca showed the maximum plant height (113.4 cm), stem diameter (10.84 mm) seed yield per plant (103.0 g ). Whereas, I. tinctoria produced the largest number of branches per plant (16.8 plant-1) and the maximum number of seeds (17918) per plant.
Alaattin KIZIL?AO?LU
Selcuk Universitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitusu Dergisi , 2007,
Abstract: Map skills have a key role in the lives of individuals such as school, family, society andbusiness. Those having a better map skills may take important roles for themselves and societies.As all events occur in a space map skills contribute the individuals to be more successful.One of the basic problems of geography education in our country is the problem of thatbeing able to know how to use a map in data collection, analysis and presentation in a space.Those who are not proficient in map skills are not proficient in spatial perception either.
Magnetic Oil Thermal Behavior under Electromagnetic Induction for Energy Efficient Heating System Design  [PDF]
Ahmet Kucukkomurler, Ramazan Selver
Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications (JEMAA) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jemaa.2010.25038
Abstract: This study describes thermal behavior of magnetic lubricant oil under electromagnetic induction. Experimental set up include oil pump, oil tank, induction heating unit, and heat exchanger. It is a closed loop system where the oil pump circulates oil through oil tank to the system, at the same time induction heating unit heats up to the heat exchanger where the lubricant oil thermal behavior is examined. The unit has been largely studied and tested both magnetic and regular motor oil in a laboratory environment and promising results have been obtained for an actual indoor floor to space heating system design.
Antioxidant, Antimicrobial, Cytotoxic, Larvicidal and Anthelmintic Activities and Phenolic Contents of Cyclamen alpinum  [PDF]
Murat Turan, Ramazan Mammadov
Pharmacology & Pharmacy (PP) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/pp.2018.94008
Abstract: In this study, antioxidant, cytotoxic, larvicidal, antimicrobial and anthelmintic effects and phenolic contents of ethanol, methanol and acetone extracts of leaf and tuber parts of Cyclamen alpinum were investigated. DPPH, ABTS, β-carotene assays were carried out in antioxidant activity and total phenolic and flavonoid contents were tested in determination assay. 9 phenolic contents were determined by HPLC. Artemia salina was used in the cytotoxic effect. Larvicidal effect was investigated against Culex pipiens. Disc diffusion method was used in antimicrobial effect. The tuber part was found to be more toxic than the leaf part in the anthelmintic activity assay. The highest value obtained from the antioxidant activity experiment was observed with value of 86.73 ± 0.16 (%) in DPPH assay. The lowest LC50 value in larvicidal effect was determined 0.151 mg/mL after 72 hours. Consequently, there is need for further studies on the Cyclamen alpinum, which has the ability to fight against diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases, etc.
Banka Sermaye Yeterlili inde Basel II Yakla m ve Türk Bankac l = Basel II Approach at Bank Capital Adequacy and Turkish Banking
Faik ?EL?K, ?hsan KIZIL
Dogus University Journal , 2008,
Abstract: The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision is a committee of banking supervisory authorities that was established by the central bank governors of the Group of Ten countries in 1975. It usually meets at the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, where its permanent Secretariat is located. It sets out the details of the agreed Framework for measuring capital adequacy and the minimum standard. In Basel II to revise the 1988 Accord has been to develop a framework that would further strengthen the soundness and stability. The Committee is also retaining key elements of the 1988 capital adequacy framework, including the general requirement for banks to hold total capital equivalent to at least 8% of their risk-weighted assets; the basic structure of the 1996 Market Risk Amendment regarding the treatment of market risk; and the definition of eligible capital. Basel II is more risk sensitive than the 1988 Accord higher than allowed for in this Framework.
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