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Genetic and morphometric variation in honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) populations of Turkey
Six enzyme systems were studied to determine the genetic variability in honeybee pop- ulations in Turkey. Ten morphometric characters were also measured to determine the extent of morphometricExpand
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Morphometric and Electrophoretic Variation in Different Honeybee (Apis mellifera L.) Populations
Honeybee colonies from Turkey, Naxcivan (Azerbaijan) and Austria were studied for morphometric and electrophoretic variation and for comparison among different subspecies. Out of six enzyme systems,Expand
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Differentiation of Anatolian honey samples from different botanical origins by ATR-FTIR spectroscopy using multivariate analysis.
Botanical origin of the nectar predominantly affects the chemical composition of honey. Analytical techniques used for reliable honey authentication are mostly time consuming and expensive.Expand
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Allozyme variability in a central Anatolian honeybee (Apis mellifera L) population
Les analyses electrophoretiques des allozymes ont montre peu de variabilite genetique chez l'abeille. On a recherche la variabilite genetique de 6 systemes enzymatiques de populations d'abeillesExpand
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Taxonomic status of the genus Spermophilus (Mammalia: Rodentia) in Turkey and Iran with description of a new species
We report a new species of Spermophilus ( Rodentia: Sciuridae), here designated as S. torosensis sp. nov., distributed in the Taurus Mountains in southern Anatolia, Turkey. A total of 161 specimensExpand
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Identification of Lygus hesperus by DNA Barcoding Reveals Insignificant Levels of Genetic Structure among Distant and Habitat Diverse Populations
Background The western tarnished plant bug Lygus hesperus is an economically important pest that belongs to a complex of morphologically similar species that makes identification problematic. TheExpand
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Esterase variation in rocky mouse, Apodemus mystacinus (DANFORD and ALSTON, 1877) (Mammalia : Rodentia) in Turkey
The esterase enzyme system (Est) of 44 specimens of the rocky mouse, Apodemus mystacinus, from 10 localities in Turkey was analyzed using polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Three loci Est-I, Est-2,Expand
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Genetic variations of Turkish bank vole, Myodes glareolus (Mammalia: Rodentia) inferred from mtDNA
Abstract The bank vole, Myodes glareolus, lives in deciduous forests throughout the Palearctic region. In Turkey, this species is distributed only in northern Anatolia (the Black Sea region) whereExpand
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Genetic variability among Turkish pop, flint and dent corn (Zea mays L. spp. mays) races: Morphological and agronomic traits
Abstract32 Turkish corn accessions representing different climatic, geographic and topographic areas in Turkey were identified. Genetic variation and its pattern in three corn races (pop, flint andExpand
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Prevalence of type 1 diabetes mellitus in school children 6-18 years old in Diyarbakir, Southeastern Anatolian Region of Turkey
Materials and methods: The number of children with T1DM and the total number of children at the schools were defined in cooperation with the Diyarbakir Provincial Education Directorate. T1DMExpand
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