TURKISH JOURNAL OF VETERINARY AND ANIMAL SCIENCES
Turk J Vet Anim Sci
E-ISSN: 1303-6181
ISSN: 1300-0128

The following papers have been accepted for publication but have not yet undergone editing or formatting.

  1. Gonadotrophin stimulation of ewes that are not pregnant following multiple matings during the season
    ŞÜKRÜ DURSUN
    Available online: 29.11.2018
    PDF Last modified on 13.12.2018
    DOI: 10.3906/vet-1806-22 (This number will become active after the manuscript has been selected for inclusion in an issue.)

  2. Chemical composition and in vitro rumen fermentation of ensiled sugar industry co-products
    ZOHREH ZARNEGAR, SEYED HADI EBRAHIMI, ABBAS ALI NASERIAN, REZA VALIZADEH
    Available online: 09.12.2018
    PDF Last modified on 06.02.2018
    DOI: 10.3906/vet-1708-21 (This number will become active after the manuscript has been selected for inclusion in an issue.)

  3. Phylogenetic relationships of native Turkish cattle breeds using microsatellite markers
    YUSUF ÖZŞENSOY, ERCAN KURAR, MÜGE DOĞAN, ZAFER BULUT, MEHMET NİZAMLIOĞLU, AYŞE IŞIK, AYSUN ÇAMLIDAĞ, VAHDETTİN ALTUNOK
    Available online: 09.12.2018
    PDF Last modified on 03.12.2018
    DOI: 10.3906/vet-1805-10 (This number will become active after the manuscript has been selected for inclusion in an issue.)

  4. Microsatellite panels for parentage testing of Kilis goats reared in Turkey
    MAHMUT KESKİN, ONUR YILMAZ, ZÜHAL GÜNDÜZ, NEZİH ATA, SABRİ GÜL, İBRAHİM CEMAL, ORHAN KARACA, SÜLEYMAN ERCÜMENT ÖNEL
    Available online: 30.12.2018
    PDF Last modified on 04.12.2018
    DOI: 10.3906/vet-1809-21 (This number will become active after the manuscript has been selected for inclusion in an issue.)

  5. Investigation of the effect of repeated use of PRIVD on serum progesterone, estrogen levels and ovulatory follicle diameter in pubertal heifers
    ARMAĞAN ÇOLAK, MUHAMMAD FURQAN ASGHAR CHACHER, MEHMET CENGİZ, ARMAĞAN HAYIRLI
    Available online: 30.12.2018
    PDF Last modified on 08.12.2018
    DOI: 10.3906/vet-1809-46 (This number will become active after the manuscript has been selected for inclusion in an issue.)

  6. Combination of amylopectin and chromium form improves energy storage and reduces muscle fatigue in rats during exhaustive exercise
    MEHMET IRMAK, NURHAN ŞAHİN, CEMAL ORHAN, MEHMET TUZCU, PATRICK BRICE DEFO DEEH, MELTEM YARDIM, ARMAĞAN HAYIRLI, JAMES KOMOROWSKI, KAZİM ŞAHİN
    Available online: 30.12.2018
    PDF Last modified on 20.12.2018
    DOI: 10.3906/vet-1810-24 (This number will become active after the manuscript has been selected for inclusion in an issue.)