occurrence and molecular characterization of echinococcus granulosus in turkish mouflon (ovis gmelinii anatolica).this report presents a case of echinococcus granulosus infection in a turkish mouflon (ovis gmelinii anatolica). the mouflon was found dead and postmortem examination was conducted. the diagnosis of liver hydatid cyst was established by pathological and molecular findings. for the purpose of the molecular characterization of cyst material, mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase subunite 1 (mt-co1) gene region was amplified and sequence analyses were carried out. sequence corresponding to mt-co1 gene w ...200919022213
banded karyotype of the konya wild sheep (ovis orientalis anatolica valenciennes, 1856) from turkey.thekaryotype, c-banding, and nucleoar organizer regions (nors) of eight specimens ofkonya wild sheepfrom turkey were examined. the complement included six large metacentric autosomes, 46 acrocentric autosomes of decreasing size, a medium-sized acrocentric x chromosome, and a small bi-armed y chromosome (the diploid chromosome number 2n=54, the number of autosomal arms nfa=58, the number of chromosome arms nf=61). g-banding allowed reliable identification of all the chromosome pairs and the pairi ...201124260621
ticks threatening lineage of anatolian wild sheep (ovis gmelinii anatolica) and determination of their tick-borne pathogens.we aimed to determine the ticks of the anatolian wild sheep and to define their tick-borne pathogens while molecularly studying their relationships with those of the domestic sheep. furthermore, another aim of this study is to investigate tick paralysis resulting in the death of the anatolian wild sheep. ticks and blood samples were collected from the wild sheep whilst tick samples were also collected from hares, guinea fowls, chickens, and a turkey living in the anatolian wild sheep breeding ar ...201627692336
mitochondrial dna diversity of modern, ancient and wild sheep(ovis gmelinii anatolica) from turkey: new insights on the evolutionary history of the present study, to contribute to the understanding of the evolutionary history of sheep, the mitochondrial (mt) dna polymorphisms occurring in modern turkish native domestic (n = 628), modern wild (ovis gmelinii anatolica) (n = 30) and ancient domestic sheep from oylum höyük in kilis (n = 33) were examined comparatively with the accumulated data in the literature. the lengths (75 bp/76 bp) of the second and subsequent repeat units of the mtdna control region (cr) sequences differentiated t ...201324349158
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