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Yayın Türü: SCI, SSCI, AHCI İndekslerine Giren Dergilerde Yayınlanan Makaleler ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: Turkish Journal of Zoology Dergi Cilt No: 41: 749-752 Kişiler
Özet: This study was conducted in the Erzurum province of Turkey during 2014. The genus Hoplomachus and species Hoplomachus thunbergii (Fallen, 1807) are recorded for the first time from Turkey. The important taxonomic characters are described and photographs or illustrations are provided
Yayın Türü: SCI, SSCI, AHCI İndekslerine Giren Dergilerde Yayınlanan Makaleler ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: Journal of Agricultural Science Dergi Cilt No: 23 (3), 309-316 Kişiler
Özet: Discovery of new eco-friendly methods for insect pest management is very important in integrated pest management program. Contact toxicity of six plant extracts i.e. Acanthus dioscoridis L. (Acanthaceae), Achillea millefolium L. (Asteraceae), Bifora radians Bieb. (Apiaceae), Heracleum platytaenium Boiss (Apiaceae), Humulus lupulus L. (Cannabaceae) and Phlomoides tuberosa (L.) Moench (Lamiaceae), wer e tested on the 1st to 4th instar larvae of Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)). The H. platytaenium and H. lupulus extracts were the most effective among the tested extracts, so dose-response bioassay was carried out only with H. lupulus and H. platytaenium against larval stages of Colorado potato beetle. The H. platytaenium extract was the most effective extract with calculated LD50 values 0.126, 0.204, 0.206 and 0.458 µL insect-1, LD90 values were calculated as 0.345, 0.342, 0.402, 0.566 µL insect-1 for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th instars larvae respectively. These results indicate that H. platytaenium and H. lupulus extracts have great potentials as insecticides in the management of larvae of L. decemlineata.
Yayın Türü: Diğer Dergilerde Yayınlanan Makaleler ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: Entomofauna Dergi Cilt No: 38: 177–192 Kişiler
Özet: This study is based upon material of the tribes Herdoniini and Stenodemini collected from different localities of Turkey between 1983 and 2014, mostly 2006-2014. In this study, one species from one genera of Herdoniini and fifteen species from six genera of Stenodemini are recorded from Turkey. In addition, new localities are added for some species previously reported for Turkey.
Yayın Türü: Diğer Dergilerde Yayınlanan Makaleler ISSN Numarası: 0406-3597 Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: 1308-8122 Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: Bitki Koruma Bülteni Dergi Cilt No: No:57 Kişiler
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Yayın Türü: Hakemli Konferans/Sempozyumların Bildiri Kitaplarında Yer Alan Yayınlar ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
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Dergi Adı: 10. International Symposium on Aphids Dergi Cilt No: 4-8 September, Nevşehir Kişiler
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Yayın Türü: Hakemli Konferans/Sempozyumların Bildiri Kitaplarında Yer Alan Yayınlar ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
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Dergi Adı: VII. Bahçe Ürünlerinde Muhafaza ve Pazarlama Sempozyumu Dergi Cilt No: Sayfa:72 Kişiler
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Yayın Türü: Diğer Dergilerde Yayınlanan Makaleler ISSN Numarası: 2146-488X Dosyalar
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Dergi Adı: TÜRKTOB (Türkiye Tohumcular Birliği Dergisi) Dergi Cilt No: Kişiler
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Yayın Türü: Hakemli Konferans/Sempozyumların Bildiri Kitaplarında Yer Alan Yayınlar ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: International Conference on Agriculture Forest Food Sciences and Technologies, 524s, 15-17 Mayıs Cappadocia Dergi Cilt No: Kişiler
Özet: Surveys were conducted in wheat cropping areas of Konya, Ankara, Eskişehir, Yozgat, Kayseri, Kırıkkale, Kırşehir, Aksaray, Nevşehir provinces in 2011-2012 growing seasons in Central Anatolia Region, Turkey. Black heads and black spots on leaves were seen especially during late surveys and the contamination rate in these fields was observed between 40-100%. Thirty six wheat samples were collected from these fields. As a result of isolation from heads, leaves and grains, 88 ‘Sooty Mold’ isolates were obtained belonging to 5 different genus. These fungi cause, known as black point, damage (discolored) grain which affect quality and marketability. In consequence of morphologic identification and DNA sequence analysis, isolates obtained from infected black heads and leaves were determined as Alternaria alternata, Alternaria. chlamydosporigena, Alternaria infectoria, Alternaria quercus, Alternaria tenuissima, Alternaria triticina, Cladosporium cladosporioides, Cladosporium herbarum, Cochliobolus sativus, Epicoccum nigrum and Stemphylium sp.The isolations were made from the grains observed black point, A. alternate, A. infectoria, A. tenuissima, A. triticina, Cochliobolus sativus, Cladosporium cladosporioides, C. herbarum, Epicoccum nigrum and Stemphylium sp, were determined. The most prevalent species was found as Alternaria alternata in the fields. In each wheat cultivar tested in inoculated seeds appreciably reduced their germination.
Yayın Türü: Diğer Dergilerde Yayınlanan Makaleler ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: Acta Entomologica Serbica Dergi Cilt No: 22 (1): Kişiler
Özet: This study is based upon material of genus Orthops Fieber 1858 collected from different localities of Turkey between 1983 and 2014, mostly 2006-2014. In the genus Orthops Fieber, 1858 six species are known from Turkey, including O. (Montanorthops) forelii Fieber, 1858, O. (M.) montanus (Schilling, 1838), O. (Orthops) basalis (A. Costa, 1853), Orthops (O.) campestris (Linnaeus, 1758), O. (O.) frenatus Horvath, 1894 and O. (O.) kalmii (Linnaeus, 1758). Orthops (Orthops) frenatus Horvath, 1894 new record for Turkish fauna. In this paper diagnoses, distribution data and illustrated keys to the genera and species are provided. In addition, new localities are added for some species previously reported for Turkey.
Yayın Türü: Hakemli Konferans/Sempozyumların Bildiri Kitaplarında Yer Alan Yayınlar ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: International Conference on Agriculture Forest Food Sciences and Technologies, 713s, 15-17 Mayıs Cappadocia Dergi Cilt No: Kişiler
Özet: Common sage (Salvia officinalis L.) is a spice growing in natural habitat of Turkey. About 1100 tons of common sage are imported and with the amount collected from naturel habitat total 1700 tons are exported after prossesing in Turkey. Collection of a lot of material from nature will create a natural imbalances and to reduce the risk, cultivation of sage has been tried in several places. Recently, a sudden damping off disease has been observed in common sage experimental plots in İzmir and cutting propagation green houses in Ankara. The diseased plants showed root and crown rots typical of Phytophthora symptoms. Isolations on selective media revealed a new Phytophthora species. This species was identified as P. cryptogea by its morphological and molecular characteristics of DNA base sequences of ITS regions. Pathogenicity of P. cryptogea was proved on rooted cuttings of common sage. This is the first report of P. cryptogea on common sage in Turkey. More information on diseases of these spices and their control is given in the text.
Yayın Türü: Hakemli Konferans/Sempozyumların Bildiri Kitaplarında Yer Alan Yayınlar ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: ISBN: 978-605-4988-14-3 Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: I. International Congress On Medicinal And Aromatıc Plants: “Natural And Healthy Life” Book Of Abstracts, 1607s, Mayıs 2017, KONYA Dergi Cilt No: ISBN: 978-605-4988-14-3 Kişiler
Özet: Salvia officinalis, Lamiaceae, known as Dalmatian Sage or common sage has been gaining popularity in food and drug industry wordwide, recently. Even the existence of many sage species on the World, the genus officinalis has medicinal common use. Indigestion and inflammation disorders, excessive sweating, including that associated with peri-menopause; relief of pressure spots that result from the use of a prosthesis; and as a flavoring for foods are the main areas where the plant is mainly consumed. Sage oil has also been employed as a fragrance in soaps and perfumes. Wide adaptability and non-selective climatic requirements of the plats made it possible to receive high biomass, and several harvests during the same plantation period. Present study was conducted in Ankara, during the successive two growing seoson of 2014 and 2016. Thirty-three spontenaus hybride common sage lines (Salvia officinalis) were evaluated regarding their biomass production and essential oil charecteristics employing 4 different standard sage cultivars and lines. Following yield parameters were recorded as; the plant height was ranged 50.3 to 97.5 cm, canopy diameter was 36.0 to 95.0 cm, fresh herb yield was changed 59.9 to 593.4 g/per plant, drug herb yield was 12.6 to 183.9 g/per plant, drug leaf yield was 16.1 to 74.5 g/per plant and the leaf ratio was around 53.42-67.01%. The essential oil components of the lines were determined by GC-MS at Western Mediterranean Agricultural Research Institute, Antalya. The essential oil ratio was changed between 0.88 and 2.42%. All the yield parameters of the lines were found statistically significant. ?-thujone, 1.8 cineole, borneol, camphor, ß-thujone, camphene and viridiflorol were the main components. More than ten lines had less than 20% of ?- thujone. Phytophtora cryptogea was identified as devastating pathogen confirmed by molecular characterization, besides some other Fusarium species.
Yayın Türü: Hakemli Konferans/Sempozyumların Bildiri Kitaplarında Yer Alan Yayınlar ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: 2nd International Balkan Agriculture Congress, 16-18 May 2017, Tekirdağ/Turkey. Dergi Cilt No: p.124 Kişiler
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Yayın Türü: Diğer Dergilerde Yayınlanan Makaleler ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
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Dergi Adı: Entomofauna Dergi Cilt No: 38: 193-212 Kişiler
Özet: In this study, the family Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) species on some plants was investigated in Erzurum province of Turkey during 2011-2014. Totally, 90 species from Miridae family were determined belonging to 5 subfamilies and 45 genera. Prefered host plants species by Miridae species were given in this work. As a result, it has been revealed that the variety of Miridae fauna in this region depends on the rich wild plant flora. Besides, the high host specificity observed among the major of species Adelphocoris lineolatus (GOEZE, 1778), A. vandalicus (ROSSI, 1790), Calocoris angularis FIEBER, 1864, Lygus gemellatus (HERRICH-SCHAEFFER, 1835), L. rugulipennis POPPIUS, 1911, Orthops (Orthops) kalmii (LINNAEUS, 1758), Plagiognathus bipunctatus REUTER, 1883 and P. chrysanthemi (WOLFF, 1804). In addition, insects maximum Achillea millefolium L., Carum carui L., Falcaria vulgaris L., Galium verum L., Medicago sativa L., Melilotus officinalis (L.), Sanguisorba minor (SCOP.), Salvia verticillata L. and Vicia cracca L. of their choice and contrast Crepis foetida L., Lythrum salicaria L., Malabaila dasyantha (C. KOCH) GROSSH., Ononis spinosa L., Papaver rhoeas L., Rumex sextatus L. and Senecio vernalis WALDST. & KIT. is determined that they are less preferred.
Yayın Türü: Hakemli Konferans/Sempozyumların Bildiri Kitaplarında Yer Alan Yayınlar ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
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Dergi Adı: ABSTRACT PROCEEDING BOOK OF ICAFOF CONFERENCE Dergi Cilt No: 1072 Kişiler
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Yayın Türü: Hakemli Konferans/Sempozyumların Bildiri Kitaplarında Yer Alan Yayınlar ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: International Conference on Agriculture Forest Food Sciences and Technologies, 756s, 15-17 Mayıs Cappadocia Dergi Cilt No: Kişiler
Özet: Rhizoctonia solani causes damping off, brown cankers on root and crown regions, deformation and growth cracks on tubers on potato plants. The disease produces 10-15% crop loss and 30% decrease on commercial value. Symptoms caused by Rhizoctonia species shows variations depending on anastomosis groups. R. solani AG 1, AG 2-1, AG 2-2, AG 3, AG 4, AG 5, AG 8, AG 9 and binucleate AG A, AG F, AG K, AG R, AG U anastomosis groups are known on potato by now and these are only anastomosis groups AG 3, 4, 5, 8, A, F, K, R and U make medium and high level disease. AG 3 group was found as the most widespread and virulent anastomosis group in Turkey. AG 3 occurs at all stages of potato and causes brown sunken canker on root, crowns, and stolons, produces sclerotia on tubers. Tuber infections show variations depending on the resistance of the varieties. Generally, chemical control is made against disease in the way treatment of tubers. Along with this application, effective results were obtained by application of biological control agents such as Bacillus spp., Pseudomonas spp., Trichoderma spp., Gliocladium spp., non-pathogen Rhizoctonia spp., and Streptomyces spp. application of activators and use of resistant varieties.
Yayın Türü: Hakemli Konferans/Sempozyumların Bildiri Kitaplarında Yer Alan Yayınlar ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: ABSTRACT PROCEEDING BOOK OF ICAFOF CONFERENCE Dergi Cilt No: 952 Kişiler
Özet: Safflower is a promising oilseed crop can be cultivated in many regions of Turkey, and the field sowed the crop is getting up day by day in Turkey, especially in Ankara. Emerging safflower plants has run into the time when weed control practices have been implemented using herbicides like ALS-inhibitors (e.g. Imazamox) in adjacent farm and field. Imazamox is a member of Imidazolinones and registered on many crops such as, clearfield sunflower, pea, clover, soybean and bean, cultivated adjoining safflower fields to control weeds. Field experiments were carried out in Ankara in 2014 and 2016 to determinate safflower responses (Carthamus tinctorius L. var. Remzibey-05) to drift rates of imazamox. The herbicide at the rate of 6.25, 3.15 and 0.8 g active ingredient (a.i.) ha-1 was applied at a spray volume of 192 L ha-1 to safflower seedlings at 2-4 true leaf stage using a CO2 pressurised knapsack sprayer. Crop injury and yield reduction caused by the herbicide was determined 30 days after treatment (DAT) and at harvest. Crop injury increased as drift rates of herbicide increased and reached to 63-71% 30 DAT. Yield reduction caused by the lowest drift rate of imazamox was limited, 13-25%, compared with the nontreated while the ratio in parcels applied middle rate of imazamox was 44-63%. Stunting and severe growth reduction on safflower plants were observed at the highest rate of herbicide. Some of plants that exposed to the highest rate of imazamox was alive, but could not produce seed.
Yayın Türü: Hakemli Konferans/Sempozyumların Bildiri Kitaplarında Yer Alan Yayınlar ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: Conference of the IOBC(OILB-srop) Working Group on"Integrated Protection of Stored Products" Dergi Cilt No: Kişiler
Özet: Coleoptera order has important pests as Sitophilus oryzae, S. granarius (Curculionidae) and Oryzaephilus surinamensis (Silvanidae) on stored grains in Turkey. The most effective control method is fumigation with phosphine against the pests. However, many pests developed resistance to phosphine in the world. In this study, 28 strains of S. oryzae, 26 strains of S. granarius and 16 strains of O. surinamensis were supplied from 14 provinces of different regions across Turkey. All strains were tested with bioassays by using two-three weeks old F1 adults to determine the phosphine resistance of adults to discriminating phosphine concentrations of 0.04 mg/l for S. oryzae and O. surinamensis and 0.07 mg/l for S. granarius during 20 hours. Later, the bioassays showed that resistance occured between 3.11 and 200.54 fold in 11 strains (30.8%) of S. oryzae; 3.48 and 5.26 fold in five strains (19.0%) of S. granarius and 388.98 and 459.57 fold in three strains (18.6%) of O. surinamensis. It can be said that phosphine resistance is common and serious in Turkish strains of the coleopteran pests except S. granarius in stored grains. This work was supported by TUBITAK (Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey) under a grant (215O475-TOVAG).
Yayın Türü: Diğer Dergilerde Yayınlanan Makaleler ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
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Dergi Adı: Mun. Ent. Zool. Dergi Cilt No: 12 (1):79-88 Kişiler
Özet: This study is based upon material of subfamily Orthotylinae collected from different localities of Turkey between 1980 and 2014, mostly 2006-2014. The study resulted in recording for Turkish fauna of eight species from five genera of Halticini and nine species from seven genera Orthotylini. Among them, Anapus dorsalis (REUTER, 1890), Orthocephalus saltator (HAHN, 1835), Orthotylus (Melanotrichus) flavosparsus (C.R. SAHLBERG, 1841) and Orthotylus (Orthotylus) marginalis REUTER, 1883 have been found the most abundant and widespread species. In addition, new localities are added for some species previously reported for Turkey.
Yayın Türü: Diğer Dergilerde Yayınlanan Makaleler ISSN Numarası: 1303-6491 Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: 2458-7966 Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: Türkiye Herboloji Dergisi Dergi Cilt No: 20(1) Kişiler
Özet: Mısırda yabancı ot kontrolü için kullanılan ve toprakta kalıcılığı olan herbisitler bir yerden başka bir yere; yüzey sürüklenmesi, süzünme ve sürüklenme yoluyla taşınabilmektedir. Bu taşınma yolları arasında, mısır yetiştiriciliğinde üretim sezonu süresince 4-5 kez sulama yapıldığı için yüzey sürüklenmesi özel önem arz etmektedir. Bu çalışmada yüzey sürüklenmesini engellemek için dizayn edilen vejetatif filtre şeritlerinde kullanılabilecek dar yapraklı bitki türlerinin rimsulfuron ve nicosulfuron’a tepkileri iklim odası koşullarında belirlenmiştir. Üç farklı dozdaki herbisitler (0.625, 1.25, 2.5 g aktif madde da-1 rimsulfuron ve 2.5, 5.0 ve 10 g aktif madde da-1 nicosulfuron) dar yapraklı bitki fidelerine 3-5 gerçek yapraklı dönemde uygulanmıştır. Herbisitlerin dar yapraklı bitki türlerine etkileri uygulamadan 14 ve 28 gün sonra görsel değerlendirme ve 28. günde mutlak değerlendirme ile belirlenmiştir. Hem soğuk iklim (Festuca arundinacea Schreber, Lolium multiflorum Lam., Lolium perenne L., Bromus inermis Leysser, Festuca rubra L. ve Poa pratensis L., Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertner) hem de sıcak iklim (Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers. ve Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench x Sorghum sudanense (Piper) Stapf.) bitkileri iklim odası denemelerinde değerlendirilmiştir. Değerlendirilen dar yapraklı bitki türlerinden S. bicolor x S. sudanense, F. arundinacea, L. multiflorum ve L. perenne her iki herbisite de duyarlı iken B. inermis ve C. dactylon her iki herbisite de tolerant bulunmuştur. Dar yapraklı türlerinden P. pratensis. F. rubra ve A. cristatum nicosulfuron’a tolerant iken rimsulfurona duyarlı bulunmuştur.
Yayın Türü: Diğer Yayınlar ISSN Numarası: Dosyalar
Elektronik ISSN Numarası: Yayın Tarihi: 2017
Dergi Adı: International Workshop Plant Health: Challenges and Solutions Dergi Cilt No: ISBN: 978-2-88945-218-7; pp 57 Kişiler
Özet: Controlling annual weeds, which compete with sunflower using selective herbicides, is possible in conventional crop production system (CCPS), but this opportunity is unlikely to be effective to control perennial weeds because of limited efficacy of these herbicides in many times. The troublesome weeds such as Bermuda grass, Canada thistle, field bindweed, and Russian knapweed cannot be controlled by selective herbicides in CCPS. Glufosinate and glyphosate, on the other hand, are effective herbicides approved for use by glyphosate-resistant or glufosinate-resistant crop system to control annual and perennial weeds; however, they can cause severe injury on crops if they are applied using traditional field sprayer in CCPS. Banded herbicide application (BHA) technique give a new opportunity to control these weed species using total herbicides in CCPS. The main objective of this study was to control inter-row weeds with glyphosate and glufosinate and intra-rows weeds with aclonifen in sunflower fields. Recommended rates of herbicides (glyphosate at 1.44 and 2.88  kg a.i. ha-1, glufosinate at 0.6 and 1.5 kg a.i. ha-1, and aclonifen at 0.75 kg a.i. ha-1) were used. Field studies were performed at two locations, Tokat and (Gölbaşı) Ankara, Turkey in 2016. Efficacy of herbicides on weed suppression and response of sunflower to them were determined 30 days after treatment and at harvest, respectively. All inter-rows weeds were effectively controlled by glyphosate and glufosinate at both rates while aclonifen solely controlled wild mustard, lamb’s quarters and purple dead-nettle. Using BHA not only can help to control perennial weeds in CCPS but also give a new opportunity to control herbicide resistant weed species.