Seyyid Irmak

Seyyid Irmak
Şırnak University · Agricultural Faculty

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zet: Bu çalışma farklı çinko ve demir dozlarının NC-7 yer fıstığı (Arachis hypogaea L.) çeşidinin verim ve bazı verim kriterlerine etkilerini belirlemek için Çukurova şartlarında 2017 yılında yürütülmüştür. Deneme iki faktörlü faktöriyel deneme desenine göre üç tekerrürlü olarak kurulmuş ve yürütülmüştür. Çalışmada topraktan uygulanan farklı çinko...
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The aim of this study is to determine the levels of cobalt (Co), Chromium (Cr), copper (Cu) and manganese (Mn) polluiton that can be caused from traffic intensity in the roadside soil of -Mardin district highway roads. Total of 54 soil samples were taken from the different depth (0-20, 20-40 and 40-60 cm) at a distance of 5, 15, 30 m and on the 3 d...
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This study was carried out to elucidate the impacts of zinc (Zn) treatments on growth, development, quality and yield of commonly sown bread wheat cultivars under field conditions of Çukurova Region. Three different bread wheat cultivars (Adana-99, Ceyhan-99 and Pandas) were experimented in randomized complete blocks-split plots experimental design...
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Background and objective: Selenium (Se) is an essential plant micronutrient and has been repetedly shown to enhance crop growth and crop tolerance to abiotic stresses when applied in trace amounts. However, physiological responses of different plants vary significantly to the Se fertilizer application. The aim of this study was to investigate the...
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The effect of soil and foliar Zn fertilization on two varieties of peanut's (Arachis hypogaea) yield and some yield components were examined in this study. Soil applications of Zn doses were 0, 10, 20 and 40 kg ha(-1) whereas 0, 0.5, 1 and 1.5 kg ha(-1) Zn were sprayed to leaves. Applications of dose amounts of Zn lead to remarkable increase in yie...
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In this study, the effects of town wastes on the plant nutrient elements and heavy metal contents of soils taken from three different soil series (Urfa, Akabe, Yenice) in Harran Plain were researched. It was observed that Şanlı-urfa town wastes have strongly affected both plant nutri-ent element levels and heavy metal contents of soils. In the same...
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The effects of disturbed soil structure on yield and some quality factors such as protein, starch, ash of bread wheat (Triticumsp.) were examined in Cukurova Region. Yield, 1000 kernel weight, plant in m2, protein, starch, ash, oil and gluten contents of grain samples were described in this study. Wheat plants were planted in two different experime...
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The effects of iron application on some agronomic properties and yield of peanut were determined by measuring basic agronomic properties such as micronutrient contents of soil, leaf and grain samples, oil and protein contents of grain and hundred seed weight. Variety-dose trial was established in 2006 and 2007. Soils were treated with providing 0,...
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In this study, the effects of zinc application on copper contents of leaf and grain of two peanut varieties were investigated in the Çukurova Region in Turkey. Also correlation between copper content of soil and copper content of peanut plant were investigated in the study. The copper contents of soil samples collected from each experimental plot o...
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In this study, the effects of Fe application on Cu and Mn contents of soil, leaves and grain of peanut were investigated. This experiment was established in 2006 and 2007, four different doses of iron (0, 10, 20 and 40 kg ha -1) were applied to soil. Foliar applications of iron at the doses of 0, 1, 2 and 3 kg ha -1 were applied following the flowe...
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This study was performed so as to do investigate in terms of yield and any of yield properties in peanut which is basic crop of different forms of microbial fertilizer and chemical fertilizer application regarding Çukurova Region of Turkey in 2008. The experimental design was randomized block with four replications. There are three meters spaces be...
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In this study, the correlation between boron contents of soil and boron contents of the wheat (Triticum spp.) in the Cukurova Region of Turkey has been reported. The soil samples were taken from the root area of the plants and collected leafs and grains samples of the same plants were analyzed for boron contents. The leaf samples taken during the s...
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In this study, copper content of soil and irrigation water and copper content of leaves and grain of wheat (Triticum spp.) were studied. Study samples of soil, leaf and grain were collected from wheat (Triticum spp.) fields in Cukurova Region of Turkey. Soil samples taken from the root area of plants where the leaf and grain samples were collected...
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In this study, the statistical analysis of manganese contents for soil, leaf and grain samples of the wheat plants, Triticum spelta, in the Cukurova Region of Adana in Turkey was performed to determine the relationship among the variables and correlation coefficients of manganese (Mn) contents. The soil samples were taken from the plant rhizosphere...
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The chemical, physical and morphological properties of six typical quaternary soil in the Kizilirmak plain of Çankiri and in the closed Lake Basin of Kayseri in the Mid-Anatolia region were investigated to determine salinity problem. The most important pedogenic presses is salt translocation and accumulation in these soils. The salty underground wa...
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Soil, leaf and grain samples were collected from wheat (Triticum spp) fields in Cukurova region of Turkey and the soil samples taken from the root area of plants where the leaf and grain samples were obtained was analyzed for zinc content. The leaf samples taken during the stem elongation and the grain samples taken at the time of maturation were a...
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Morphological and chemical characteristics of three Terra Rossa soils on the Tourous Mountains in the East Mediterranean Region were studied to understand the genesis of Terra Rossa soils. All three soil profiles developed on the CaCO3 rocks. Parent material and climate have affected the morphology and chemistry of soils. The most pedogenic process...
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Soil, leaf and grain samples were collected from wheat (Triticum sp.) fields in Cukurova Region of Turkey and the soil samples taken from the root area of plants where the leaf and grain samples were obtained were analysed for iron (Fe) content. The leaf samples taken during the stem development and the grain samples taken at the time of maturation...
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Morphological, chemical and some mineralogical characteristics of five soils, were researched to understand the genesis of soils on the man made mounds in the Harran Plain, in the Southeast Anatolia Region of Turkey. Five soil profiles developed on the man made mounds in the arid region. Time and climate have affected soil formation. Also, parent m...
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Physical, chemical and mineralogical characteristics of seven soils developed on four different parent materials such as basalt, limestone, marine and alluvium were studied to determine the effect of parent material on the soil characteristics in the arid and semiarid regions in the Southeast Anatolia Region of Turkey. Parent material have affected...
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In this study, the effects of town waste on plant nutrients, physical and chemical properties of soils taken from three different soil series (Urfa, Akabe, Yenice) in Harran Plain were researched. It was observed that Şanlıurfa town wastes have affected largely plant nutirent levels and physical, chemical properties of the soils. While the availabl...
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In this study, seven soils which were developed on lime stone, basalt, marine and alluvium parent materials were studied to understand the effects of different parent materials on plant nutrient levels and heavy metal contents in the arid regions. Results showed that different parent materials have influenced the plant nutrients of soils. Available...
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The free Fe2O3 and total elements of soils of the Ceylanpinar Plain were chosen from five series. The free Fe2O3 values of these series were high; the colour becomes redder with increasing values. Total Fe2O3 were higher in soils formed on basalts than limestone. The results of total elements are used to determine the "B leaching factor' according...