Osman Ibis

Osman Ibis
Erciyes Üniversitesi · Department of Agricultural Biotechnology

PhD.

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Additional affiliations
February 2015 - March 2015
Kafkas University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
February 2015 - July 2021
Erciyes Üniversitesi
Position
  • Professor
Education
August 2002 - June 2007
Gazi University
Field of study
  • Biology

Publications

Publications (32)
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Spondylidinae is a minor subfamily of Cerambycidae with around 100 species in 20 genera. The tribes Asemini and Spondylidini, both salient owing to vectors and invaders into the limelight of phytosanitary authorities, constitute the “spondylidine branch”. Although a few species of the branch were being included in some higher taxonomic level studie...
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Crocidura, white-toothed shrews, is the most species rich genus among mammals. Phylogeny at the species-level is still unresolved, especially for Turkey and its adjacent regions. To understand phylogenetic relationships and mitogenomic features of Turkey's Crocidura, we aimed to (i) sequence whole mitogenomes of Turkish shrews, (ii) determine phylo...
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The genus Sciurus, a member of the family Sciuridae, is widely distributed in the Holarctic region. To better understand mitogenomic characteristics and to reveal internal phylogenetic relationships of the genus, 20 complete mitogenomes of Turkish tree squirrels were successfully sequenced for the first time, including 19 for S. anomalus (from 16,5...
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The complete mitochondrial DNA (mitogenome) sequences of Chionomys nivalis and C. roberti were first presented as reference mitogenomes by the current study using Long-Range PCR and Next-Generation Sequencing. The structure and organization of the circular mitogenomes were similar for each species. Each mitogenome included 22 tRNA genes, two rRNA g...
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The Mediterranean tick, Hyalomma marginatum, is the most important vector of Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virus and several pathogens that cause animal and human diseases and economic losses to livestock production. Given the medical and veterinary importance of this tick species, we sequenced and characterized its mitochondrial genome (mitogen...
Conference Paper
Aphids can adapt easily to changing environmental conditions because of their small body, parthenogenetic reproduction and telescopic generation. Therefore, aphids spread expeditiously and the damage their give increase gradually. The plant pest as host specific aphids cause two times more damage to their host plant directly as well as indirectly a...
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Mitogenomic data can provide valuable information that can be used to elucidate and reveal the evolutionary history and phylogenetic relationships. Recently, mitogenomes generated using high-throughput sequencing technologies have become more applicable in association with advanced analytical tools. In this study, to provide mitogenomic data for th...
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Williams's jerboa (Scarturus williamsi), a medium-sized jerboa distributed in Anatolia and its adjacent regions, is a member of the four-and five-toed jerboas found mostly in Asia. Disagreements about the taxonomy of this taxon at the genus/ species level continue to exist. Here, we report the first effort to sequence and assemble the mitochondrial...
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Abstract The mitogenome of Prometheomys schaposchnikowi was characterized for the first time as a circular DNA molecule (16.284 bp), containing 37 coding and 2 non-coding regions. In the mitogenome, ND6 and 8 tRNA genes were encoded on the light chain, while 12 PCGs, 14 tRNAs, 2 rRNAs, D-loop and OL were encoded on the heavy chain. The most common...
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The mitogenome of Prometheomys schaposchnikowi was characterized for the first time as a circular DNA molecule (16.284 bp), containing 37 coding and 2 non-coding regions. In the mitogenome, ND6 and 8 tRNA genes were encoded on the light chain, while 12 PCGs, 14 tRNAs, 2 rRNAs, D-loop and OL were encoded on the heavy chain. The most common initiatio...
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Domestic goat, Capra hircus, is a member of the family Bovidae and one of the most important livestock species in the world, which has an important role in the economy, especially in several Asian countries. In this study, we sequenced and obtained the complete mitochondrial genome of 18 Iraqi domestic goats by next-generation sequencing (NGS) plat...
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Genetic variability and phylogenetic relationships of the Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) have been reported by various researchers from species' range. As genetic data of Turkish lynx comes from a single genetic study that only contains limited number of lynx samples from the Anatolian part of Turkey, there is still a lack of genetic information for the...
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The aim of this study was to characterize first mitogenome of Anatolian donkey in Turkey and to contribute to revealing its phylogenetics relationships. Whole mitogenome belonging to one sample of the Anatolian donkey was characterized with Long-Range PCR and Next-Generation Sequencing technique and phylogenetic analyses were performed using Bayesi...
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is known as a medium-sized game species in some parts of the Northern Hemisphere and a predator therewithal. In this study, we focused on Iranian (n = 14) and Turkish (n = 54) red foxes. Genetic analyses were performed by using mitochondrial D-loop sequences and revealed that there was a remarkable genetic variation within t...
Presentation
International Erciyes Agriculture, Animal Food Sciences Conference, Kayseri, Türkiye, 24 - 27 April 2019
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1st INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF GENOMICS AND BIOINFORMATICS (ICGB - 2018)
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Stone marten (Martes foina) and European pine marten (M. martes) occur in western Eurasia. Current distributions of martens within Turkey and phylogenetic relationships among the Turkish and other populations of the two species within Eurasia remain relatively unknown. In this study, we aimed to determine genetic diversity within Martes populations...
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Although genetic diversity and phylogenetic status of the gray hamster (Cricetulus migratorius) have been investigated from different regions in previous studies, genetic data on this species from Turkey are still lacking, since previous data have been based on a limited number of gray hamsters sampled across the Anatolian part of Turkey. The aim o...
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Sequences of the mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I (COI) gene have been used for DNA barcoding and determining the genetic diversity of mammal species. In the current study, our intention was to test the validity of COI barcodes for detecting genetic divergence and to reveal whether or not there is a genetic variation at this marker with...
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In this study, we focused on determining the genetic variability of Turkish gray wolves and also to reveal phylogenetic relationships of the Eurasian wolf populations using mitochondrial DNA sequences. Partial mitochondrial DNA sequences (440 bp) were obtained from 12 Turkish gray wolves, including D-loop region (332 bp). We found seven D-loop hapl...
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In the present study, partial sequences (439 bp) of mitochondrial DNA including D-loop region were obtained from seven golden jackals, Canis aureus, collected in Turkey. They were compared to the D-loop sequences registered in the GenBank database under the name Canis aureus. We determined four D-loop haplotypes (333 bp) among the seven Turkish seq...
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To investigate the genetic diversity and phylogenetic status of Eurasian badgers (genus Meles) from Turkey and Iran, we used sequence data from the complete mitochondrial cytochrome b gene (1140 bp) and examined 11 samples from Turkey and one sample from Iran. Relying on Bayesian, Maximum Likelihood, Neighbor-Joining and Network methods, significan...
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Genetic diversity and multiple mitochondrial phylogroups of the red fox have been revealed from scattered locations in previous studies. There is a still lack of information about the genetic diversity and phylogeographic structure of the red fox in Asia Minor. We investigated the genetic diversity in the Turkish red fox using a part of the cytochr...
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Previous genetic studies of marbled polecats did not include samples collected in Turkey. Therefore, the current knowledge is not sufficient to elucidate the phylogenetic relationships among marbled polecat populations. The aim of the present study was to determine the genetic diversity of the Turkish population and to reveal the phylogenetic relat...
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This study has been conducted with the purpose of determining the changes caused by Panax ginseng and Panax ginseng + Ganoderma lucidum extracts, commonly used for their antioxidant properties, in the plasma, erythrocyte, liver, kidney and heart total oxidant statuses (TOS), total antioxidant statuses (TAS), plasma lipid profiles and liver serum pr...
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This study has been conducted with the purpose of determining the changes caused by Panax ginseng and Panax ginseng + Ganoderma lucidum extracts, commonly used for their antioxidant properties, in the plasma, erythrocyte, liver, kidney and heart total oxidant statuses (TOS), total antioxidant statuses (TAS), plasma lipid profiles and liver serum pr...
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We focused on a comparison of karyological data for the European brown hare Lepus europaeus, from the Asian part of Turkey. In Turkish L. europaeus, the diploid number (2n), the fundamental number of chromosomal arms (FN) and the number of autosomal arms (FNa) were determined to be 2n=48, 84 and 80, respectively. The autosomes are com-posed of thre...
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The present study was focused on both the new distributional records and karyological data for Arvicola amphi-bius from the European part of Turkey. The karyotype of the Eurasian water vole was investigated by examining its meta-phase chromosomes. The diploid number of chromosomes (2n), the fundamental number of chromosomal arms (FN) and the number...
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The aim of the present study was to evaluate the degree of genetic variation and divergence by cellulose acetate gel electrophoresis between samples of Cricetulus migratorius, a cricetine rodent distributed in the Asian part (Anatolia) of Turkey. Out of twenty allozyme loci scored for fifteen enzyme systems, eleven loci were detected to be polymorp...
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This study focuses on esterase variation of the genus Crocidura in Turkey. A total of 248 white-toothed shrews were analyzed by means of cellulose acetate gel electrophoresis. Liver tissue and alfa naphthyl acetate were used to investigate esterase variation in Turkish white-toothed shrews. A different esterase banding pattern was found in one Croc...

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