Aykut Ulger

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Phosphorus (P) deficiency is invariably a common crop growth and yield-limiting factor in unfertilized soils, especially soils high in calcium carbonate, which reduces P solubility. Even when such soils are fertilized, adsorption and desorption lead towards a reversion to stable and less soluble P forms, thus reducing fertilizer use efficiency. Field trials(More)
We present a case of common carotid artery agenesis which is an extremely rare congenital anomaly. Less than 35 cases have been reported. These anomalies are typically asymptomatic and usually discovered as an incidental finding. Color Doppler ultrasonography is an effective and sensitive method for detecting absence of common carotid artery. But it is(More)
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