M. Yesim Celik

M. Yesim Celik
Sinop Üniversitesi · Aquaculture

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The proximate and amino acid compositions of the visceral mass and pedal mass of wild and farmed land snail Cornu aspersum were compared. The lipid in all body parts of farmed snail was significantly higher than all body parts of wild snail. The ash content of wild snail pedal mass was higher than all body parts of farmed snails. The dominant amino acid was glutamic acid (Glu), while the highest values of essential amino acids were leucine (Leu) and arginine (Arg) in all body parts of all snails. Sulfur amino acid was the lowest value in C. aspersum, which indicated that methionine (Met) and cysteine (Cys) could have been the first limiting amino acids. The study results showed that the protein efficiency rate (PER) of C. aspersum is close to PER of egg, which indicates a high protein quality and high biological value of land snails. The study also demonstrated that the experimental diet had good acceptability and well-balanced essential amino acid content, meaning that the farmed snails could have almost the same protein characterization as wild snails. Thus, all body parts of both wild and farmed C. aspersum have high protein quality.

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The proximate and amino acid compositions of the visceral mass and pedal mass of wild and farmed land snail Cornu aspersum were compared. The lipid in all body parts of farmed snail was significantly higher than all body parts of wild snail. The ash content of wild snail pedal mass was higher than all body parts of farmed snails. The dominant amino...
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The study was aimed to examine a snail organic culture system and describe the cultivation properties of Cornu aspersum. The environmental parameters of the culture system and their effects on the growth and mortality rates of C. aspersum were determined between November 2014-October 2015. Snails were fed Spinacia sp. (spinach), Urtica sp. (nettles...
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The fatty acid and mineral matter compositions of the visceral mass and pedal mass of wild and farmed Cornu aspersum were compared. The relative fatty acid amounts of the visceral and pedal masses of wild and farmed snails are: polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) > saturated fatty acid (SFA) > monounsaturated fatty acid (MUFA), PUFA > SFA > MUFA, MUF...
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The fatty acid and mineral matter compositions of the visceral mass and pedal mass of wild and farmed Cornu aspersum were compared. The relative fatty acid amounts of the visceral and pedal masses of wild and farmed snails are: polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) > saturated fatty acid (SFA) > monounsaturated fatty acid (MUFA), PUFA > SFA > MUFA, MUF...
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This study aimed to review of studies on sea cucumbers and its fisheries in Turkish marine waters. Sea cucumbers have commercial value as food due to their rich content. Due to ever-increasing market demand by Asian countries, the overfishing of holothurian stocks in the Indo-Pacific has resulted to increasing catches of Mediterranean species. Turk...
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The study was carried on Cornu aspersum (synonym: Helix aspersa) in the Black Sea region, Turkey. The snails were placed in two separate treatments called G1 (28.00-33.99 mm) and G2 (34.00-39.99 mm) at the artificial hatchery. Mean shell height and live weight were 32.22±0.06 mm and 8.96±0.07 g in G1; 35.40±0.06 mm and 11.76±0.09 g in G2, respectiv...
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Introduction. There is a serious worldwide protein deficiency problem, so it is the obligation to know about edible species and their biochemical composition. Sea cucumbers have great value because of its high protein content. The study comprises monthly data on biochemical content of H. tubulosa. Materials and methods. Monthly variations in bioche...
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Introduction: In recent years, with the introduction of industrialization, organic agriculture has become more and more difficult, but interest in natural and organic nutrition is increasing rapidly. Snails used both in nature and in natural farming are natural nutrients with high protein and iron content. Materials and Methods: The consumption of...
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The study was achieved between March 2009 and March 2010 at the Sinop Inner Harbor on cultured mussels at the offshore submerged longline system. The samples of mussels, sediment and suspended particulate matter were seasonally taken for the purpose of monitoring differences of metal contents. In addition, burnable organic matter, contamination fac...
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Bu arastirmada, Japon baligi ( Carassius auratus L. 1758) ve arpa bitkisi ( Hordeum vulgare L.) kullanilarak model bir akuaponik sistem olusturulmustur. Arastirma suresince arpa bitkisinin suyun nitrit, nitrat ve fosfat degerlerinde yaptigi degisim ve baliklarin gelisimi uzerindeki etkilerinin belirlenmesi amaclanmistir. 30 gunluk arastirma suresin...
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The fatty acid (FA) composition was determined in the mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis Lamarck 1819) cultured at the longline system located in Sinop (Black Sea) from October to September. Seasonal variation of lipid was significantly different throughout the study period; the highest value was in winter (1.90±0.10% wet weight) and the lowest valu...
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In this research, the growth and survival rate of juvenile Helix lucorum was determined during the eight weeks. Coefficient variation (CV) in assessing variability of shell height and live weigth was investigated. One week old juvenile snails with a mean shell height of 6.73±0.03 mm and a mean weight of 0.10±0.01 g were stocked to the three rearing...
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A study of spat settlement of a submerged longline mussel culture system was carried out in Sinop area, Black Sea, between May 2008 and May 2009. The effects of six different types of collectors on spat settlement and growth were investigated. Six different types of spat settlement rope were used as polypropylene ropes with 18 mm diameter, 18 mm di...
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This study examined, in the Marmara Sea, from March 2011 to February 2012. Ostrea edulis, Mytilus galloprovincialis, Tapes decussatus, Ruditapes philippinarum and Rapana venosa were seasonally collected. On each sampling date, temperature and salinity were determined. Biochemical composition of molluscs (protein, lipid, carbonhydrate, moisture and...
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This study examined an offshore submerged mussel longline system, in the Black Sea, from May 2009 to May 2010. The system was allowed 1 year for spat collection. After a 1-year spat collection period, some spat collectors were left untouched (NS), and some spat collectors were grazed and socked (S) for a grow-out study in May 2009. The effects of s...
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This study examined survival, growth rate and biochemical composition of oysters (Ostrea edulis) when transplanted from Aegean Sea to southern Black Sea (Sinop) and maintained offshore in a submerged long-line from December 2008 to December 2009. In December 2009, the mean length and live weight were 92.52 ± 1.40 mm and 109.60 ± 2.41 g respectively...
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The experiment was carried in Çanakkale at the Marmara sea region from March 2011 to February 2012. Cerostoderma edule were seasonally collected. On each sampling date, temperature and salinity were determined. Biochemical composition of cockles (protein, lipid, carbohydrate, moisture and ash) was investigated. In the study, temperature is varied f...
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Monthly variations in meat yield and biochemical composition of Mediterranean mussels on lantern nets were investigated from May 2005 to May 2006, in Sinop, south of the Black Sea. Dry weight condition index was between 2.66% and 7.10% with a mean of 4.86±0.36%. Meat yield was maximum (26.69%) in March and minimum (17.43%) in October. Moisture valu...
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The aim of the present study was to describe the mollusk syntaxon associated with Cystoseira barbata Mytilus galloprovincialis facies, which are widely distributed along the coasts of the Sinop Peninsula, Turkey. Four stations were chosen for each facies at depths of 0.5-5 m, and a total of 32 seasonal samplings were performed with 4 replicate grou...
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Mussel culture was practiced in the raft system in Sinop area Black Sea, from May 2005 to May 2006. One-year old rope grown mussel with a mean length of 40.28 +/- 0.51 mm and a mean live weight of 6.06 +/- 0.20 g were stocked in nylon socks, and suspended from the raft system. Effects of environmental factors including temperature, salinity, chloro...
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One-year old rope grown mussels ( Mytilus galloprovincialis L.) were held in three experimental lantern nets in raft system outside of Sinop Harbour. Mortality and growth were monitored from May 2005 to May 2006. Water temperature, salinity, transparency and food availability (total particulate matter, particulate organic matter, particulate inorgn...
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Raft system was practiced for mediterranean mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) culture in Sinop Region, Black sea. Four different types of collectors (A type collector was in 14 mm diameter nylon rope which is suspended from the the raft in known mussel settlement time. B type collector was in 14 mm diameter nylon rope which is suspended one month...
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The concentration of cadmium (Cd), copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) in the raft cultivated Mediterranean mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis from the Sinop Peninsula, in the Black Sea were investigated seasonally. The mean concentrations of Cd, Cu and Zn in the soft tissues were 2.53 ± 0.19, 6.98 ± 0.31 and 228.00 ± 16.75 μg g-1 dry weights (dw), respectivel...
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In this study, effects of boiling and hot smoking on proximate composition and shelf life of mussels stored at 4 ± 1C were investigated. Dry matter, crude protein, crude fat and crude ash levels were determined as 13.94, 10.30, 1.14 and 0.95% in fresh mussels 20.75, 13.83, 2.11, 0.77% after boiling and 39.57, 22.22, 10.04%, 6.02% after hot smoking,...
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The effects of brine and dry salting on sensory and quality attributes of mussels stored at 4 ± 1C were investigated in this study. In brine salting method, the mussels were immersed in brine containing 26.4 g NaCl/100 mL water. In the dry salting method, the mussels were salted with a mixture of thin and thick granular salt by using the ratio of m...

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Utilization of marine sources has vital importance both economically and socially for our country. Thus, preventing marine pollution has became compulsory. Necessary precautions must be taken by monitoring and determinig the sources of pollution. Accumulation levels of 9 trace metals (Cd, Cu, Pb, Zn, Ni, Cr, Co, Fe and Mn) in 7 molluscs species (Mytilus galloprovincialis, Ostrea edulis, Ruditapes decussatus, Ruditapes philippinarum, Rapana venosa, Chamelea gallina, Donax trunculus) were investigated from predetermined 3 stations (Bandırma, Musakça, Denizkent) between February 2011 and February 2012 quarterly. Trace metal determinations were performed by ICP-AES device. Physicochemical parameters of water were also measured for every station in-situ. Trace metal contents are varied significantly among seasons (p<0.05). Pb, Cd, Co, Cr, Ni concentrations in molluscs from Bandırma station; Pb, Cd, Co, Cr concentrations in molluscs from Musakça and Denizkent stations are below the detection limits. Zn, Cu and Fe are determined as of the most accumulated trace metals in all samples. Bivalves R. decussatus and C. gallina are designated as useful bioindicators for Ni. Trace metal levels in species are determined to vary significantly according to seasons and accumulations are higher in autumn and winter. Results are also compared with national and international standarts.
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Bu çalışma ile salyangoz yetiştiriciliğinde yavru alımından hasat dönemine kadar olan süreçte karşılaşılabilecek sorunlar tespit edilmiş ve sistemin optimum çalışmasına dair önerilerde bulunulmuştur.
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The aim of this project is to investigate the land snail farming in Black Sea region.