Prof. Dr. Ibrahim A. Abbas

Professor - Department of Mathematics

Faculty of science

Address: Sohag University, Egypt.



Publications Which contain the keyword: Turkey

2018-10-14 08:48:18 Keywords Turkey, SEM, Palate , Oropharynx, Meleagris gallopavo,
Palate of Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo): Gross Anatomical, Light and Scanning Electron Microscopical Study
This investigation aimed to determine the morphological characteristics of the palate of bronze black turkey by gross anatomy, light and scanning electron microscopy. The oral roof (palate) constitutes 87.73% of the oropharyngeal roof length, comprising two parts; rostral and caudal. The rostral part is characterized by the presence of median palatine ridge, rostral and caudal lateral palatine ridges, narrow part ... Read more

2018-10-14 08:43:54 Keywords morphology, Upper beak, SEM, Turkey,
Morphological Studies on the Upper Beak of Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo)
This study was carried out to provide a detailed description about the upper beak of turkey, regarding its gross anatomical, light and scanning electron microscopic morphology. The upper beak extends in a hook like infront of the lower beak. It measures 53.80 mm long. The height and width of the upper beak increase caudalwards. SEM shows that the tip and ... Read more

2018-09-16 14:49:20 Keywords SCOT, diabetic ketoacidosis, Turkey,
A Turkish patient with succinyl-CoA:3-oxoacid CoA transferase deficiency mimicking diabetic ketoacidosis
Succinyl-CoA:3-oxoacid CoA transferase (SCOT) deficiency is an autosomal recessive disorder of ketone body utilization that is clinically characterized with intermittent ketoacidosis crises. We report here the second Turkish case with SCOT deficiency. She experienced 3 ketoacidotic episodes: The first ketoacidotic crisis mimicked diabetic ketoacidosis because of the associated hyperglycemia. Among patients with SCOT deficiency, the blood glucose levels at the ... Read more

2018-09-11 20:43:54 Keywords Turkey, MIC, RAPD, Mycoplasma,
Bacteriological and Molecular studies on Mycoplasma infection in turkey from Egypt
In this study the prevalence of Mycoplasma species was studied in diseased turkey flocks showed respiratory symptoms, sinusitis, lameness as well as decrease in egg production in Al Minia and Sohag Governorates by both culturing and serological methods. Six field isolates were tested by PCR and compared with the standard M. gallisepticum reference (R) strain. All the examined field isolates ... Read more

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