For a balanced human diet, the at least of the daily protein need should be met from proteins of animal origin. Meat is one of the most important sources for the obtaining of animal protein.In countries in which sheep breeding has developed, the crossbreeding systems in increasing the meat production is increasingly replacing the pure breeding system.Quality and economic lamb production can achieved by multiple births, milky mothers that will provide enough milk to multiple births, the rapid growth power in offspring that will be collected and fathers that will provide quality carcass.For this purpose, slaughtered lamb is tried by crossbreeding of the mother lines which have superior milk and fertility productivity and of the father lines which is advanced at carcass quality and growth rate. The objective of this study is to compare the carcass characteristics and fat tailed sheep breeds of thin tailed sheep breeds are made of bark.During the research, lambs were feed with alfalfa hay per animal per day around g.Weight of cold left halfcarcass, weight of leg, weight of shoulder, weight of flank, shoulder ratio have found statistically significant.<a href="http://www.targetmol.com/compound/Mirin"></a>
observed differences with respect to eye muscle area are also statistically significant. Also, it has not been found substantial evidence on the common belief that the fat accumulated in tail at fattailed breeds spreads over the other parts of the body at thin and lean tailed breeds.One gram of the leaf tissue was homogenized in two ml of. M sodium phosphate buffer and centrifuged at, xg for min at C.Understanding the plant resistance mechanism is very important to reduce pesticide damage on human and environment health for sustainable agriculture.There is no a specific pesticide to control common blight disease.To understand the plant resistance mechanism against to bacterial diseases is very important that reduce environmental damage from chemical and to minimize chemical input that are important for sustainable agriculture. Plants possess a number of antioxidant molecules and enzymes that protect them against the oxidative damage to control the level and effects of ROS.They regenerate the active form of antioxidants and eliminate or reduce the damage caused by ROS. Many plant enzymes are involved in defense reactions against plant pathogens. The protection against oxidative stress is achieved by the production of enzymatic antioxidants comprised of superoxide dismutase while glutathione, carotenoids and ascorbaterepresent non enzymatic components. Bacteria were grown on NA medium for hat oC.In the resistant bean cultivar the temporal pattern of CAT enzyme reveled the maximum activity at hpi. A gradual increase in PPO activity was observed in all type of cultivars.The induction of defenserelated enzymes is an indicator of induced systemic resistance in plants.The study also revealed that there was a increase in the activity PPO and CAT in bean.In resistant seedlings, after pathogen inoculation a drastic increase in PPO activity was noticed. Polyphenoloxidase and catalase enzyme activity in diseased plants and its effects on resistance or susceptibility in many hostpathogen interactions has been studied.Similar results have been cited by other researchers.Our studies indicated that polyphenoloxidase and catalase enzyme plays an important role in the defense system of the infected resistant bean plantspathogen inoculationcompared to uninoculated control and also the susceptible in the greenhouse.