Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry (TURK J AGRIC FOR)

Publisher: Türkiye Bilimsel ve Teknik Araştırma Kurumu

Journal description

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry Sciences is published 6 times a year.

Current impact factor: 0.93

Impact Factor Rankings

2016 Impact Factor Available summer 2017
2014 / 2015 Impact Factor 0.929
2013 Impact Factor 0.914
2012 Impact Factor 0.731
2011 Impact Factor 0.703
2010 Impact Factor 0.675
2009 Impact Factor 0.648
2008 Impact Factor 0.479
2007 Impact Factor 0.422

Impact factor over time

Impact factor
Year

Additional details

5-year impact 0.98
Cited half-life 6.90
Immediacy index 0.24
Eigenfactor 0.00
Article influence 0.21
Website Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry website
Other titles Turkish journal of agriculture and forestry (Online), Turkish journal of agriculture and forestry, Turkish journal of agriculture and forestry, Türk tarım ve ormancılık dergisi
ISSN 1300-011X
OCLC 56728983
Material type Document, Periodical, Internet resource
Document type Internet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper

Publications in this journal

  • No preview · Article · Aug 2016 · Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry
  • No preview · Article · Mar 2016 · Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: This study focused on determining the effect of various strainer types and their usage without strainer on the flow and droplet velocity characteristics of ceramic flat-fan nozzles. The nozzle types discussed are the standard (APE), low pressure drift reduction (ADI), and wide pressure range (AXI). The results of this study show that the orifice coefficient (k) of the ADI nozzle with a preorifice was lower than those of the API and AXI nozzles. The ball check strainers had a limiting effect on the nozzle's flow rate. The pressure exponent coefficients (n) were 0.57 for the API nozzle and 0.62 for the ADI and AXI nozzles used with ball check strainers. The n coefficient ranged from 0.47 to 0.49 for the API and AXI nozzles and from 0.50 to 0.53 for the ADI nozzle, used with typical strainers and without a strainer. The flow rate deviations of APE, ADI, and AXI nozzles used with a ball check strainer were determined as -12.0%, -11.4%, and -14.5%, respectively. The lowest C-d means were found in all nozzle types with ball check strainers, and the means were determined as 0.45, 0.58, and 0.71 for the ADI, AXI, and API nozzles, respectively. The C-d means of the nozzles with typical strainers, which is the same as usage without a strainer, were between 0.58 and 0.60 for the ADI nozzle, 0.82 and 0.85 for the AXI nozzle, and 0.91 and 0.94 for the API nozzle. Knowledge of the discharge coefficient of the nozzles used with various strainer types provided a reasonable estimation of the maximum droplet velocity at the nozzle orifice exit. The maximum droplet velocity at the nozzle orifice exit increased as droplet size increased. The droplets produced by the nozzles with ball check strainers had features that restricted the nozzle's flow. These were higher maximum velocity, kinetic energy, and stopping distance.
    Preview · Article · Jan 2016 · Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: Cotton productivity on a per-hectare basis is low in Pakistan. As boll is the basis for seed cotton yield, within-boll yield components can potentially serve as the most basic determinants of cotton productivity on a per unit land area basis. Before attempting the improvement of any trait, it is necessary to know the genetic mechanism lying behind its inheritance. The current study aimed to estimate the genetic basis of within-boll yield components in cotton. The research trials were conducted at the research area of the Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. Epistasis was found to be involved in all traits such as average boll weight, seed number boll(-1), seed mass boll(-1), lint mass boll(-1), lint mass seed(-1), seed index, seed volume 100-seeds(-1), seed density, and surface area seed(-1). Additive variance was greater in magnitude than dominance variance for traits such as lint mass boll(-1) and lint mass seed(-1) in cross I and for seed number boll(-1), seed mass boll(-1), and lint mass seed(-1) in cross II. The magnitude of both variances was nearly equal for seed density in cross I and seed number boll(-1) in cross II. While dominance variance was found to be greater in magnitude than additive variance for all the remaining traits in both crosses, the degree of dominance root(H/D) in cross I was partial for lint mass boll(-1) and lint mass seed(-1). We found complete dominance for seed density and overdominance for the remaining traits. While in cross II the degree of dominance was partial for seed mass boll(-1) and lint mass seed(-1), complete dominance was found for seed number boll(-1) and overdominance for the remaining traits.
    Preview · Article · Jan 2016 · Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry
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    [Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: This study investigated the effects of various concentrations (10% and 12%, w/w) of persimmon marmalade and puree used in yogurt production. The antioxidant capacity, composition, and physicochemical and sensory properties of yogurts were established during the storage period. The titratable acidity contents and pH values of the samples changed slowly throughout the storage period. Yogurts made from persimmon marmalade had higher a and b values than did other yogurts. Yogurt containing 12% persimmon marmalade received the highest sensory analysis values. The dry matter contents of the samples fluctuated between 16.67% and 21.54% throughout the storage period. The highest viscosity and water capacity values were detected in the yogurt sample with 12% persimmon marmalade on the 15th day. The samples produced by adding persimmon puree exhibited lower antioxidant activity than did other samples.
    Preview · Article · Jan 2016 · Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry