Prof. Dr. ISMAIL YILDIRIM





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June 2013

Occurrence of Pesti des Petitis Ruminants (PPR) in sheep and goat farm
Bharathy, N., Senthamil Pandian, C., Chinnamani, K., Bandeswaran, C., Murali, N., Muralidharan, J. and Akila, N.

Pesti des Petitis Ruminants is a highly contagious disease of goats caused by virus belonging to moribilivirus genus of family “Paramyxoviridae”. Pesti des Petitis Ruminants is an acute or sub acute viral disease of goats and sheep and literarily means “disastrous diseases of small ruminants” in French. Usually goats are more severely affected than sheep. In India, Pesti des Petitis Ruminants was first reported in 1987 from Arasur village in Villupuram district of Tamil Nadu, South India (...

Product development of lever cam follower using poka yoke
Kamble Vijay Ananda

Poka yoke is a very powerful set of technique that either keeps defects from occurring or indicating immediately when a defect occurs. It relies on creativity and common sense to create low cost, effective inspection devices. Like many quality tools, mistake-proofing is not a solution for every kind of defect or quality problem. The poka yoke aims to reduce the rejection, increase the production and avoid fatigue of worker. The beauty of this lies in that anyone, from manager to line...

Nutritional and microbial quality changes in raw and brined frozen muscle of Cyprinus carpio (Linn.).
Roopma Gandotra, Sweta Gupta, Meenakshi Koul, Vaini Gupta and Shalini Sharma

The present study was designed to investigate the nutritional and microbial quality changes in raw and brined (20%) frozen muscle of cyprinus carpio stored for a period of four weeks. A significant total perecntal decrease (p≤0.05) in protein, lipid, moisture and ash conetnt was found in both the samples after thirty days of storage. It was 8.95%, 27.5%, 2.61%, 35% in raw samples and 6.69%, 13.26% 4.30 %, 20% in brined samples repectively. However, the microbial load was found to be...



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