Dr. Metin  Cabuk

Dr. Metin Cabuk

Associate Professor
Celal Bayar University, Turkey


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Animal Nutrition and Feed Science from Celal Bayar University, Turkey

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Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
100%
Feed Technology
62%
Animal Nutrition
90%
Poultry Breeding
75%
Poultry Nutrition
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Yalcin, S., V. Bruggeman, J. Buyse, E. Decuypere, M. Cabuk and P. B. Siegel, 2009. Acclimation to heat during incubation: 4. Blood hormones and metabolites in broilers exposed to daily high temperatures. Poult. Sci., 88: 2006-2013.
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  2. Konca, Y., F. Kırkpınar and M. Cabuk, 2009. Effect of dietary ascorbic acid on blood heamatological profile, serum biochemical components ant tonic immobility reaction of male turkey under summer condition. J. Poultry Sci., 46: 105-111.
  3. Bozkurt, M., A. Alcicek, M. Cabuk, K. Kucukyilmaz and A.U. Catli, 2009. Effect of an herbal essential oil mixture on growth, laying traits, and egg hatching characteristics of broiler breeders. Poult. Sci., 88: 2368-2374.
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  4. Yalcin, S., M. Cabuk, V. Bruggeman, E. Babacanoglu, J. Buyse, E. Decuypere and P.B. Siegel, 2008. Acclimation to heat during incubation: 3. Body weight, cloacal temperatures and blood acid-base balance in broilers exposed to daily high temperatures. Poult. Sci., 87: 2671-2677.
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  5. Yalcın, S., M. Cabuk, V. Bruggeman, E. Babacanoglu, J. Buyse, E. Decuypere and P.B. Siegel, 2008. Acclimation to Heat during ıncubation. 1. embryonic morphological traits, blood biochemistry, and hatching performance. Poult. Sci., 87: 1219-1228.
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  6. Bozkurt, M., M. Cabuk and A. Alcicek, 2008. Effect of dietary fat type on broiler breeder performance and hatching egg characteristics. J. Appl. Poult. Res., 17: 47-53.
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  7. Ozkan, S., H.B. Malayoglu, S. Yalcin, F. Karadas and S. Kocturk et al., 2007. Dietary vitamin E (α-tocopherol acetate) and selenium supplementation from different sources: Performance, ascites-related variables and antioxidant status in broilers reared at low and optimum temperatures. Br. Poult. Sci., 48: 580-593.
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  8. Cabuk, M., M. Bozkurt, A. Alcicek, Y. Akbas and K. Kucukyilmaz, 2006. Effect of a herbal essential oil mixture on growth and internal organ weight of broilers from young and old breeder flocks. South Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 36: 135-141.
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  9. Cabuk, M., M. Bozkurt, A. Alcicek, A.U. Catlı and K.H. Baser, 2006. Effect of a dietary essential oil mixture on performance of laying hens in the summer season. S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 36: 215-221.
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  10. Bozkurt, M., M. Cabuk and A. Alcicek, 2006. The effect of microbial phytase in broiler grower diets containing low phosphorus, energy and protein. J. Poult. Sci., 43: 29-34.
  11. Yalcın, S., S. Ozkan, M. Cabuk, J. Buyse, E. Decuypere, and P.B. Siegel, 2005. Pre-and postnatal conditioning induced thermotolerance on body weight, physiological and relative asymmetry of broilers originating from young and old breeder flocks. Poult. Sci., 84: 967-976.
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  12. Altan, O., P. Settar, Y. Unver and M. Cabuk, 2005. Heritabilities of tonic immobility and leucocytic response in sire and dam layer lines. Turk J. Vet. Anim. Sci., 29: 3-8.
  13. Yalcın, S., S. Ozkan, G. Oktay, M. Cabuk, Z. Erbayraktar and S.F. Bilgili, 2004. Age-related effects of catching, crating, and transportation at different seasons on core body temperature and physiological blood parameters in broilers. J. Appl.Poult. Res., 13: 549-560.
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  14. Cabuk, M., M. Bozkurt, F. Kırkpınar and H. Ozku, 2004. Effect of phytase supplementation of diets with different levels of phosphorus on performance and egg quality of laying hens in hot climatic conditions. South Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 34: 13-17.
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  15. Cabuk, M., A. Alcicek, M. Bozkurt and S. Akkan, 2004. Effect of Yucca schidigera and natural zeolite on broiler performance. Int. J. Poult. Sci., 3: 651-654.
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  16. Bozkurt, M., A. Alcicek and M. Cabuk, 2004. Effects of dietary inclusion of meat and bone meal on performance of laying hens at old age. South Afri. J. Anim. Sci., 34: 31-36.
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  17. Alcicek, A., M. Bozkurt and M. Cabuk, 2004. The effect of a mixture of herbal essential oils, an organic acid or a probiotic on broiler performance. S. Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 34: 217-222.
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  18. Yalcin, S., S. Ozkan, M. Cabuk and P.B. Siegel, 2003. Criteria for evaluating husbandry practices to alleviate heat stress in broilers. J. Applied Poult. Res., 12: 382-388.
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  19. Basmacoglu, H., M. Cabuk, K. Unal, K. Ozkan, S. Akkan and H. Yalcn, 2003. Effects of dietary fish oil and flax seed on cholesterol and fatty acid composition of egg yolk and blood parameters of laying hens. South Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 33: 266-273.
  20. Alcicek, A., M. Bozkurt and M. Cabuk, 2003. The effect of an essential oil combination derived from selected herbs growing wild in Turkey on broiler performance. South Afr. J. Anim. Sci., 33: 89-94.
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