Kulac

Kulac

A Turkish measure of length approximately equivalent to 1.83 meters. It became obsolete when Turkey made the metric system mandatory in 1933.
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Kulac, Effects of maternally exposed coloring food additives on receptor expressions related to learning and memory in rats, doi: 10.1016/j.fct.2013.02.016, Food Chem.
Moreover, positive effects of curcumin have also been reported in burn models of wound healing (Kulac et al., 2013).
Azsolnay Pilgrim Kulac Flask had a guide price of PS200-PS300, sold for PS2,500 at Rogers Jones and Son Auctioneers in Colwyn Bay.
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Sinan Ozcelik (1), Ibrahim Kulac (2), Mustafa Yazici (1), Esra Ocal (1)
In another study Kulac et al.5 elucidated the association between toenail onychomycosis and venous insufficiency and found it to be 35.7%.
Kulac et al., "Low intratumoral mast cells are associated with a higher risk of prostate cancer recurrence," Prostate, vol.
SEDT, epifizlerin ortaya cikmasindaki gecikmeye bagli olarak govde ve ekstremitelerde kisalik, kulac mesafesinin kisinin boyundan uzun olmasi, fici gogus, kifoskolyoz, platispondili, skapula karelesmesi, koksa vara ve genu varum/valgum deformitelerine neden olabilen nadir gorulen bir osteokondrodisplazi turudur.