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Body mass index references for Turkish children.
AIM To construct the body mass index reference curves for Turkish children aged 6 to 18 y, and to determine the prevalence of overweight and obesity. SUBJECTS AND METHODS Height and weightExpand
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Growth references for Turkish children aged 6 to 18 years
Aim: To create up‐to‐date reference standards for Turkish children, and to compare these with growth standards for US children (CDC 2000 Growth Charts) and with previous local data. Subjects andExpand
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Reference Values for Weight, Height, Head Circumference, and Body Mass Index in Turkish Children
Objective: This study aimed to integrate the existing updated reference standards for the growth of Turkish infants and children and to compare these values with World Health Organization (WHO)Expand
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Cryptic diversity of the bent-wing bat, Miniopterus schreibersii (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae), in Asia Minor
BackgroundTwo or more species are cryptic, if they are morphologically similar, biologically distinct, and misclassified as a single species. Cryptic species complexes were recently discovered withinExpand
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Molecular ecology and phylogeography of the bent‐wing bat complex (Miniopterus schreibersii) (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) in Asia Minor and adjacent regions
In this study we investigate population genetic structure and phylogeography of the bent‐wing bat complex (Miniopterus schreibersii) in Asia Minor and adjacent regions. PCR amplification andExpand
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Shallow Genetic Differentiation in Miniopterus schreibersii (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) Indicates a Relatively Recent Re-Colonization of Europe from a Single Glacial Refugium
In this study we analyzed 547 sequences of the first hypervariable domain of the control region of Miniopterus schreibersii sampled in colonies located in the western- and eastern-most borders of itsExpand
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The distribution of cave-dwelling bats and conservation status of underground habitats in Northwestern Turkey
AbstractThe distribution and abundance of cave-dwelling bats were investigated in the Thrace region of northwest Turkey. Data werecollected in two periods, January–March and April–May 2001, from 32Expand
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Distribution of cave-dwelling bats and conservation status of underground habitats in the Istanbul area
Populations of cave-dwelling bat species were investigated in the transitory region between the Eastern Thrace and the Western Pontus. Data were collected during 30 surveys in 13 underground sites,Expand
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Puberty and Influencing Factors in Schoolgirls Living in Istanbul: End of the Secular Trend?
OBJECTIVE: To (1) establish the median ages at menarche and pubertal stages and investigate influential factors and (2) assess the secular trend in reaching puberty in a transitional society.Expand
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On the phylogeny of Miniopterus Schreibersii Schreibersii and Miniopterus Schreibersii Pallidus from Asia Minor in Reference to other Miniopterus Taxa (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae)
In this study we investigated phylogenetics of Miniopterus schreibersii schreibersii and M. s. pallidus from Asia Minor by means of two mitochondrial DNA markers, NADH dehydrogenase subunit 2 (ND2)Expand
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