Orhan, H. and S. Yasar, 2010. A model to analyse and classify the level of farmer`s qualification in sustainable dairy farming. J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 9: 159-168. CrossRef | Direct Link |
Orhan, H., I. Ozturk, S. Yurtseven and Z. Dogan, 2009. Examining structural distribution of livestock in eastern and South-Eastern Anatolia of Turkey by multivariate statistics. J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 8: 481-487. CrossRef | Direct Link |
Orhan, H., I. Ozturk and Z. Dogan, 2009. Comparison of principal component analysis and multidimensional scaling methods for clustering some honey bee genotypes. J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 8: 413-419. CrossRef | Direct Link |
Orhan, H. and A. Kaygisiz, 2009. Genetic and environmental parameters effecting racing performance of turk-arabian horses raised at anatolian state farm. Asian J. Anima. Vet. Adv., 5: 112-119. CrossRef | Direct Link |
Cilek, S., H. Orhan, A. Kaygisiz and E.H. Sahin, 2008. Estimation of breeding values of Anatolian population of Simmental cows using monthly test day milk yields. Arch. Zootech., 11: 79-85. Direct Link |
Yasar, S., H. Orhan and C. Erensayin, 2003. Examining the nutritional and production characteristics of egg-farms in Basmakci County in Turkey. World Poult. Sci. J., 59: 249-259. CrossRef | Direct Link |
Orhan, H. and D. Kaşıkçı, 2002. A study on comparison of the correlation, path and partial regression coefficients. J. Anim. Produc., 43: 68-78.
Orhan, H. and A. Kaygisiz, 2002. Comparison of different lactation curve models for Holstein cattle. J. Anim. Prod., 43: 94-99.
Orhan, H., C. ErensayÄ±n and S. Aktan, 2001. Determining egg quality characteristics of japanese quails (Coturnix coturnix Japonica) at different ages. J. Anim. Prod., 42: 44-49. Direct Link |
Vanlı, Y., H. Orhan and S. Bas, 1997. The effects of linear models assumed for the analysis of environmental sources of variation upon parameter estimates: I. Models and environmental parameters. Turk. J. Vet. Anim. Sci., 21: 233-245. Direct Link |
Orhan, H. and H. Okut, 1996. Comparing of the maximum likelihood (ML) and the least squares (LS) methods in terms of variance components for unequal numbers of abservations in subclasses. Türk Veterinerlik ve Hayvancılık Dergisi, 20: 293-297. Direct Link |