Castanea sativa Mill. (kestane), meyve ve yaprak anatomisi

@inproceedings{Kendir2016CastaneaSM,
  title={Castanea sativa Mill. (kestane), meyve ve yaprak anatomisi},
  author={G{\"u}lsen Kendir and Aylin {\"O}zt{\"u}rk and Ayşeg{\"u}l K{\"o}roğlu},
  year={2016}
}
Castanea sativa Mill. (Kestane) Kuzey Anadolu’nun dag ormanlarinda dogal olarak yetisen, meyveleri icin ozellikle Bursa civarinda kulturu yapilan, 25-30 m boylanabilen, agac formunda, Fagaceae familyasinda, sosyal ve ekonomik onemi olan bir bitkidir. Turun kabuklari, yapraklari (drog) ve meyveleri (gida) kullanilir. Bitki, tasidigi kimyasallar nedeniyle eczacilik ve gida sanayiinde, odunu acisindan da agac isleri endustrisinde tercih edilmektedir. Calismada, yapraklari drog, meyvesi ise gida… Expand
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Aydın'ın Değerlerinden Biri Olan Kestane Meyvesinin Önemi
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Kestanenin gida isleme prosesleri icin farkli katma deger katacak yan urun uretimine yonelik atilacak adimlarin, Aydin ekonomisi icin potansiyeli tam olarak degerlendirile meyvesi ile cok fazla anilmamaktadir. Expand

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