Sibel Turan

Sibel Turan
Erciyes Üniversitesi · Department of Agricultural Biotechnology

Ph.D.

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A virus-like disease with symptoms including mosaic structure, deformation, vein clearing and necrosis on the leaves and deformation, crumbling, and scab on the fruits was detected in black mulberry trees (Morus nigra L.) in Kayseri province of Turkey. A novel positive single‐stranded RNA virus with a bipartite genome and the mulberry badnavirus 1...
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Coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.), one of the oldest essential oil-bearing spice and medicinal plants in the world, is widely used in folk medicine and seasoning in food. Thanks to its phytochemicals that have various bioactivity, recently, lots of studies have been conducted on coriander breeding. Classical breeding studies led to the development...
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Rheum ribes L. (wild rhubarb) is one of the less known plants to the world and the only species from the Rheum genus present in Turkey. In this study, one R. rhabarbarum (as check genotype) and 80 R. ribes genotypes were collected from different geographical locations of Turkey for the investigation of diversity and genetic structure using ISSR (In...
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Plant peroxidases encoded by a broad multigene family have important roles in many physiological events such as salt tolerance, auxin metabolism, seeding, protection against pathogens and oxidative stress. In this study the genetic diversity and population structure of 45 different melon (Cucumis melo L.) genotypes from a variety of regions in Turk...
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Since Turkey has different ecological conditions, it allows the cultivation of various fruit species. Among these fruits, apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) is one of the most consumed fruits with its beautiful color, taste and aroma, high vitamin A and dietary fiber content. In this study which was carried out in 2021, leaf and fruit characteristics of...
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Approximately 30% of plant species of Turkey, which is among the richest countries in terms of biodiversity, has been endemic. Wild rhubarb (Rheum ribes L.) is a wild vegetable grows especially in the eastern region of Turkey and is an endemic species. In this study, genetic relationships among 80 wild rhubarb genotypes collected from some region...
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Turkey is the leading country in the production of world apricots (Prunus armeniaca). In the country, apricots are usually grown for drying and fresh consumption, and apricots are also used for different purposes. This study was carried out to determine pollen viability and germination status in some foreign apricot varieties grown in Mut district...
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Here we assembled the complete chloroplast genome sequence of thirteen apricots (Prunus armeniaca L.) cultivars using high-throughput sequencing data produced by Illumina technology. The genome is a circular molecule of 158,138 bp and consisted of two inverted repeat regions of 26,394 bp, separated by large (LSC, 85,861 bp) and small (SSC 19,063 bp...
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The pear (Pyrus communis L.) belongs to Rosaceae family and Pyrus genus. As the origin of Pyrus communis L. are displayed the Anatolia, the Caucasia and the Middle Asia. Therefore, there are pear varieties exceeding 600 grown as summery, winter, standard and local pears in our country. This variety wealth in our country represents a resource for fr...

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To get knowledge on how plants cope with a/biotic stress conditions.