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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 1.1.2026
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 31.12.2024
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 1.1.2024
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 31.12.2023
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 1.1.2023
Institution: Plant Protection Central Research Institute Budget: 211.300 TL Person:
Summary: Bu projede kuru fasulyede mikolojik çalışmalarda fasulye antraknozu (Colletotrichum lindemuthianum) ve kök ve kök boğazı çürüklüğü (Fusarium spp., Rhizoctonia spp., vs.) hastalıklarına, virolojik çalışmalarda BCMV ve BCMNV etmenlerine, bakteriyolojik çalışmalarda adi yaprak yanıklığı (Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. phaseoli) ve yaprak hale yanıklığı (Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola) hastalıklarına karşı dayanıklılık kaynaklarının geliştirilmesi hedeflenmektedir. Bu amaçla Türkiye’nin önemli fasulye tarımı yapılan 9 ilinde (Eskişehir, Balıkesir, Kütahya, Bursa, Konya, Karaman, Burdur, Nevşehir ve Niğde) survey çalışmaları yapılacak, hastalık belirtisi gösteren bitkilerden fungal, viral ve bakteriyel patojenler izole edilecektir. İzole edilen etmenlerin patojenisite testleri yapılarak virülenslik dereceleri belirlenecektir. Patojenisite çalışmaları sonucunda en yaygın ve en agresif olarak belirlenen izolatlarla etmenlerin ırkları belirlenecek ve bu ırklara karşı materyal önce sera koşullarında daha sonra ümitvar bulunanlar tarla koşullarında dayanıklılık durumunu tespit etmek amacıyla testlenecektir. Bu proje ile elde edilmesi amaçlanan dayanıklılık kaynağının melezleme yoluyla hassas kuru fasulye hat ve çeşitlerine aktarılması üzerine çalışılacaktır.
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 1.1.2023
Institution: Plant Protection Central Research Institute Budget: 170.000 TL Person:
Summary: Nohutta Antraknoza karşı başlatılan dayanıklılık ıslah çalışmaları, dayanıklılık kaynaklarının saptanması ve bu dayanıklılığın melezleme yoluyla iri taneli yemeklik koçbaşı ve leblebilik kırmızı nohut hat ve çeşitlerine aktarılması şeklinde yürütülmektedir. Bu projede nohutta Antraknoz hastalığına neden olan Ascochyta rabiei‘ye karşı dayanıklılık kaynaklarının geliştirilmesi hedeflenmektedir. Bu amaçla Türkiye’nin önemli nohut tarımı yapılan 4 ilinde (Eskişehir, Uşak, Kütahya ve Denizli) survey çalışmaları yapılacak, hastalık belirtisi gösteren bitkilerden fungal patojenler izole edilecektir. İzole edilen A. rabiei izolatlarının patojenisite testleri yapılarak virülenslik dereceleri belirlenecek, daha sonra uluslararası patotip belirleyici tohum setleriyle Ascochyta rabiei’in patotipleri belirlenecektir. Patotip belirleme çalışmaları sonucunda en yaygın ve en agresif olarak belirlenen izolatlara karşı materyal önce sera koşullarında daha sonra ümitvar bulunanlar tarla koşullarında dayanıklılık durumunu tespit etmek amacıyla testlenecektir. Bu proje ile elde edilmesi amaçlanan dayanıklılık kaynağının melezleme yoluyla hassas nohut hat ve çeşitlerine aktarılması üzerine çalışılacaktır.
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 31.12.2022
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 31.12.2022
Institution: Budget: 55.000 Person:
Summary: Oregano is one of the most exported medical and aromatic plants from Turkey and 80% of the world demand is met from Turkey, alone. In 2013, a revenue of 56 million ($) was generated from 14.8 thousand tons of oregano exports. Origanum spp. can be used not only as a spice but also as a natural anti-biotic, -microbial, -fungal, -viral in medicine, medicine and cosmetics industry. This project aimes to cultivate oregano lines and varieties which can be adapted to the Central Anatolian ecological conditions, having high drug and essential oil yield. A number of local lines and foreign origin plant materials from the previous projects were planted to the experimental field in 2015. In addition those, the Project material of (Tubitak 1001-104 O 164) "Identification of Yield and Quality Characteristics of Origanum Species and Crosses of Different Hybrids in Different Ecologies", will be evaluated in the preliminary yield experiments, which was established on the mulch layer at Haymana Ikizce Research and Application Farm in 2015. It couln’t be evaluated due to the missing local lines which was planned to receive from Sivas (Orta Karadeniz Geçit Kuşağı Tarımsal Araş. Ens. Mera Bitkileri Lokasyonu, Şarkışla). In 2016, 20 single plants were selected from the farmer field (Çanakkale-Biga) where the local materials of Atatürk Central Horticultural Crops Research Institute of Yalova were cultivated in. Due to the fact that it was the first year of the plantation, maintenance work has been carried out but no evaluation has been done. The preliminary yield studies are going to conduct by around 30 lines, using augmented-design trial tecnique by growing CV Carva and some improved local lines in the trial as references, between 2017 and 2017. The yield studies are going to carried out by the promissing 6 or 7 lines selected from the previous preliminary yield studies between 2019 and 2020 in randomized blocks trial design tecnique, with 3 replicate. Essential oil ratios of the lines will be determined by the neo-clevenger essential oil apparatus in the MAP (Medicinal and Aromatic Plants) laboratory of Central Research Institute for Field Crops and the essential oil components will be determined by GC-MS in the Center of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants laboratory of Western Mediterranean Agricultural Research Institute. Molecular marker techniques will be used to determine genetic characterization of the populations in promising genotypes. Genetic characterization studies will be conducted in Central Research Institute Biotechnology Research Center. The fact that there are no registered oregano cultivars from the seeds in Turkey, and the entomology and plant pathology studies are to be studied within this project, makes oregano breeding studies essential.
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 31.12.2022
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 31.12.2022
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 31.12.2022
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 5.12.2022
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 1.12.2022
Institution: Budget: 90.000 Person:
Summary: In order to renew hazelnut orchards and quickly deliver the newly developed high-yield and quality hazelnut varieties to the farmer, hazelnut saplings need to be multiplied massively. In the traditional method, new shoots originating from the bottom of the plants in hazelnut furnaces are used as reproduction material. Micropropagation technique is considered as an alternative method since dip shoots do not provide rapid reproduction in hazelnut plant which should be reproduced vegetatively. In micropropagation of woody plants, there are great difficulties due to environmental and endogenous pathogens in the culture stage. The endogenous bacterial pathogens found in in vitro cultures reduce the regeneration ability of callus and cell cultures, suppressing microclonal propagation, shoot growth and rooting, causing the death of materials in vitro or ex vitro. The aim of this study is to use chemotherapy and meristem culture applications in order to remove endogenous contamination factors and apple mosaic virus found in hazelnut plants. As a result, aseptic in vitro base material plants will be obtained for micropropagation studies. The study will be started with disease testing of two-year-old hazelnut saplings growing in the greenhouse. Saplings carrying the disease will be subjected to thermotherapy. After this application meristem culture will be carried out and disease tests will be repeated. Tissue culture studies will be carried out in tissue culture laboratories of Field Crops Central Research Institute Biotechnology Research Center. Disease tests will be carried out in the Laboratory of Plant Protection Central Research Institute Plant Disease Unit. Hazelnut Research Institute will provide material supply and participate in tissue culture studies.
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 15.10.2022
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Project Type: TÜBİTAK - TÜBİTAK COST Date: 15.7.2022
Institution: Bogazici University Budget: 593.726,00 Person:
Summary: In the scope of the previous project (Tübitak 113Z079), AllatostatinC-receptor of stick insect has been cloned and binding pocket has been detected with bioinformatic methods. The predicted conserved region in the binding pocket has been confirmed by site-directed-mutagenesis via atomic-force-microscope. The main aim of the project was gathering information about the structure of this receptor and its ligand to be used in potential drugs studies. Our manuscript was published in Nature Scientific Reports. Insects represent the most crowded animal groups on the Earth. Although mammals have approximately 5000 species, insects have more than 1.4 million species. Accordingly, they have very vital roles in ecology and agriculture. Despite, they can be pests. Tremendous benefits have been derived from the use of pesticides in forestry, public health and in agriculture, however, they have resulted in serious health implications to man and his environment. Insect neuropeptides have been suggested as ideal candidates, which have no effect on human but their disadvantage is their low bioavailibity and high cost of using them as pesticide. So, designing an agonist for their receptors, which are G-protein-coupled-receptors is an alternative for using the peptide itself. Allatostatin neuropeptides are inhibitors of juvenile hormone in insects, which regulates metamorphosis, food intake and many other important physiological functions in insects. Allatostatin receptors are G-protein-coupled-receptors, found in the cell membrane and activated after binding of the Allatostatins. Activation of this pathway, results in the expression of related genes and finally cell responds to this stimulus. Targeted insect species in this project is the pine processionary moth (Thaumetapoea pityocampa), which feeds from the leaves of pine trees and therefore, damages pine forests mainly in south Europe, South Africa and mediterranean countries including Turkey. This insect is also very allergic to mammals due to its urticating hairs. The sequence of allatostatin receptor of this organism is not known and in the first step it should be identified. Then, the orthosteric pockets of the receptor would be determined by performing ligand docking/molecular dynamic simulation studies. Further verification would be done by sitedirected-mutagenesis. Peptide-based molecules will be designed for orthosteric pocket. In order to increase the specificity of the response it is also aimed to find allosteric pockets. Small libraries such as OTAVA will be screened to find suitable candidates for allosteric pocket. For receptor activation in vitro TGF? shedding assay will be performed. In vivo studies would be done in Ankara Plant Protection Central Research Intitute laboratory by feeding the insects with pine tree leaves, which are sprayed with different doses of the designed agonist. In the scope of the presented project, some agonist molecules are aimed to be designed for the AstR of pine processionary moth, which is one of the destructive pests in Turkey and the efficacy of the molecules would be evaluated. The final candidates are aimed to have higher bioavailability in comparison to the AST itself and also higher biodegradability in the environment, having lower side effects on the ecosystem.
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Project Type: EU Project Date: 31.5.2022
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Project Type: EU Project Date: 31.5.2022
Institution: Plant Protection Central Research Institute Budget: 7.824.348$ Person:
Summary: The project carried out by ICARDA aims at combating the global decline of pollinator diversity by capacity development on four levels (level of farmers, of NARS, extension/development, policy advises) and reinforce a political mainstreaming, developing a respective global stewardship. It economically self- supports Farming with Alternative Pollinators (FAP – approach). The project has various benefits for many ecosystem services, climate change adaptation, mitigation, and sustainable economic development.
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 31.12.2021
Institution: Samsun Veterinary Control Institute Budget: 1.500.000TL Person:
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Project Type: TAGEM Date: 31.12.2021
Institution: TAGEM Budget: 105000 Person:
Summary: In the scope of this study, the efficacy of the essential oils of the cultivated, Anthemis austriaca (Asteraceae), Anthemis tinctoria (Asteraceae), Tanacetum parthenium (Asteraceae), Tanacetum vulgare (Asteraceae), Artemisia vulgaris (Asteraceae), Artemisia dracunculus (Asteraceae) and Artemisia absinthum (Asteraceae) from Turkey will be investigated, against two major stored product pests (Sitophilus granarius (Col.: Curculionidae), Tribolium castaneum (Col.: Tenebrionidae)) and two important nematode species (Meloidogyne chitwoodi, M. incognita). The essential oil composition of these plant species will be analysed using GC, GC/MS. The study will also include insect behavioral effect studies of the oils/compounds. Previously the essential oils of these plants have not been investigated in detail against the mentioned pests. The detailed research that will be conducted on these plants may yield potential alternative natural substances instead of the synthetic chemicals used in plant protection. If the project concludes in accordance with the work hypothesis, new potential biopesticide substances will be identified. Additionally the project has the potential to provide information that could promote new projects.
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Project Type: Univercity BAP Date: 31.12.2021
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