incidence and seasonal activity of przhevalskiana silenus (brauer) in angora goats in turkey. 1977898981
[microscopic studies of the skin of turkish angora goats. iii. cyclic annual growth of the sebaceous glands and hypodermis].the study describes circannual variations of growth in sebaceous glands and hypodermis. the results have been obtained by light microscopical and lipid histochemical methods. the sebaceous glands showed high secretory activities during the summer months, obviously as related to increasing fibre lengths. the hypodermis was thickest by fat accumulation during summer, as probably connected with high growth rates of the hair follicles. the findings are discussed with regard to the general, seasonall ...19947956808
carbohydrate histochemistry of skin glands in the turkish angora goat.the skin glands of the general body surface of the turkish angora goat were studied by means of selected carbohydrate histochemical methods, in particular several po-lectin procedures. both gland types exhibited intensive secretion production, irrespective of season and body region. the different histochemical staining procedures demonstrated that glycoconjugates, especially neutral glycoproteins are present in the secretory cells and secretion products of the apocrine glands. the peroxidase (po ...19938217467
status of tick infestation of sheep and goats in turkey.results of the identification and prevalence of ticks collected from 5,887 sheep, 2,125 goats and 1,079 stables during the period of 2 years in ankara and elazig provinces, turkey, are given together with a map showing the areas surveyed. distribution of ticks in the provinces is reported as well.19979530700
[history of the turkish angora goat with remarks on the wild ancestor of the domestic coat].the study describes the ancient (3000 b.c.-15th/16th century a.d.) and the more recent (16th-20th century a.d.) history of the turkish angora goat as based on a broad and intensive evaluation of relevant literature. moreover, important structural features of the typical biotope of this caprine breed are explained, essential basic information from a comparative zoological point of view is added with regard to the development of goat domestication, and specific details relating to the history of c ...19989626740
effect of danofloxacin (advocin a180) on goats affected with contagious caprine pleuropneumonia.the efficacy of danofloxacin (advocin a180) was evaluated for the treatment of contagious caprine pleuropneumonia (ccpp) caused by mycoplasma capricolum subsp. capripneumoniae. ten healthy angora goats, confirmed free of ccpp, were exposed to clinically affected animals from a natural outbreak in thrace, turkey. after 14 days exposure, 8 goats showed pyrexia ( > or = 41 degrees c). shortly after, the angora goats were divided randomly into two groups. five of these were injected with danofloxaci ...200617265768
a serologic survey of viral infections in captive ungulates in turkish zoos.zoos and zoologic gardens make optimal environments for interspecies transmission of viral infections. there are seven zoos and several small zoologic collections in turkey. this study aimed to determine the current status of viral infections in captive ungulates living in these environments. blood samples were taken from 163 captive animals from two zoos. there were 39 cameroon sheep (ovis ammon f aries), 11 barbary sheep (ammotragus lervia), 57 pygmy goats (capra hircus), 9 angora goats (capra ...201122946369
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