Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences - 2019; 35(4) - Current Issue http://www.eurasianjvetsci.org Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences - RSS feed of Current Issue 1300-0705 December 2019 Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences 1300-0705 <![CDATA[The occupational health and safety evaluation of official veterinarians in Turkey]]> http://www.eurasianjvetsci.org/text.php3?id=1262 2019-12-01 Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences 4 35 185 2019-12-01 180 Original Article <![CDATA[Macro-anatomic, cross-sectional anatomic, and computerized tomographic examination of anal region in dogs]]> http://www.eurasianjvetsci.org/text.php3?id=1268 2019-12-01 Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences 4 35 198 2019-12-01 186 Original Article <![CDATA[Isolation and moleculer identification of thermophilic Campylobacter species from mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)]]> http://www.eurasianjvetsci.org/text.php3?id=1263 2019-12-01 Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences 4 35 203 2019-12-01 199 Original Article <![CDATA[Immunohistochemical distribution of ghrelin, obestatin and leptin hormones in the abomasum of hair goat]]> http://www.eurasianjvetsci.org/text.php3?id=1264 2019-12-01 Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences 4 35 209 2019-12-01 204 Original Article <![CDATA[Cointegration analysis of broiler meat and broiler feed prices in Turkey]]> http://www.eurasianjvetsci.org/text.php3?id=1267 2019-12-01 Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences 4 35 216 2019-12-01 210 Original Article <![CDATA[Expression profile of cannabinoid receptor 2 in ovine ileum during prenatal development]]> http://www.eurasianjvetsci.org/text.php3?id=1266 2019-12-01 Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences 4 35 223 2019-12-01 217 Original Article <![CDATA[Determination of the effect of danofloxacin on 8-hydroxy-2-deoxyguanosine level]]> http://www.eurasianjvetsci.org/text.php3?id=1265 2019-12-01 Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences 4 35 229 2019-12-01 224 Original Article <![CDATA[The determination of polymorphisms between 6-9 exons of the water buffalo STAT5A gene]]> http://www.eurasianjvetsci.org/text.php3?id=1269 th -9 th exons of STAT5A gene which affects milk yield and milk composition in Anatolian buffaloes. Materials and Methods: The material of the study was composed of the blood samples taken from 96 Anatolian buffaloes grown in Afyonkarahisar region. Results: According to the results of the research, g+12221 C> T polymorphism was detected in the 8th exon of STAT5A gene. Conclusion: The signal transducer and transcription activator 5A gene (signal transducers and activators of transcription 5A, STAT5A) is important in dairy animal breeding because it has many vital tasks within the cell as well in addition to affecting milk yield and composition. In this study, the polymorphism in the 8 th exon was described as a silent mutation since protein synthesis did not cause a change in amino acid sequence. In order to make the breeding studies more efficient, it is important to increase the studies on STAT5A gene, which affects milk yield and milk composition in mammals.]]> 2019-12-01 Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences 4 35 235 2019-12-01 230 Original Article <![CDATA[Examination of different breeding types in Anatolian Black and Brown Swiss Cattles reared in Şile region]]> http://www.eurasianjvetsci.org/text.php3?id=1270 th month) of Anatolian Black and Brown Swiss Cattles reared in different types of extensive rearing, Şile Region. Materials and Methods: This study was carried out in 29 Brown Swiss and 71 Anatolian Black between 2011 and 2013 years. Calves were grouped four different extensive rearing types. These were Continuous Pasture Brown Swiss (CPBS), Continuous Pasture Anatolian Black (CPAB), Returned to Housing in Evening Time Anatolian Black (RHETAB) and Returned to Housing in Evening Time Anatolian Black with Additional Feeding (RHETAB with AF), respectively. For determining growth characteristics in calves, data related to live weight, chest girth, body length and shoulder height were taken at birth, in 3 rd month, in 6 th month and in 12 th month, respectively. Results: According to rearing types birth weights of the calves were 26,07±0,67 kg, 21,24±0,75 kg, 20,64±0,80 kg and 22,12±0,79 kg respectively. There was a statistically difference with respect to birth weight in favor of group one at birth (P<0,01). In 12 th month live weight of the calves were 185,20±5,28 kg, 147,75±5,89 kg, 133,30±6,30 kg and 173,19±6,23 kg in rearing groups respectively. The difference with respect to live weight disappeared between calves of Brown Swiss and Anatolian Black with additional feeding groups (P>0,05). Conclusion: In Şile Region, Brown Swiss may be preferred against Anatolian Black to obtain more meat production in extensive cattle breeding. During periods of poor pasture quality, it is advisable to perform additional feeding for both Brown Swiss and Anatolian Black.]]> 2019-12-01 Eurasian Journal of Veterinary Sciences 4 35 245 2019-12-01 236 Original Article