Talip Çeter

Talip Çeter
Kastamonu Üniversitesi · Department of Biology

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October 2013 - January 2016
Kastamonu Üniversitesi
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  • Head of Department
February 2002 - October 2008
Ankara University
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  • PhD Student

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Publications (70)
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Ganoderma comprises a common bracket fungal genus that causes basal stem rot in deciduous and coniferous trees and palms, thus having a large economic impact on forestry production. We estimated pathogen abundance using long-term, daily spore concentration data collected in five biogeographic regions in Europe and SW Asia. We hypothesized that path...
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Sporopollenin-mediated control drug delivery has been studied extensively owing to its desirable physicochemical and biological properties. Herein, sporopollenin was successfully extracted from C. libani and P. nigra pollens followed by loading of a commonly known anticancer drug Oxaliplatin. Drug loading and physicochemical features were confirmed...
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The widespread fungal aeroplankton comprises numerous plant pathogens and allergenic components. Here, we present the first study describing the airborne spore composition in the Central and Eastern Black Sea region of Turkey against the background of meteorological variables and land use. This region is climatically diverse and there are large dif...
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Sporopollenin-mediated controlled drug delivery has been studied extensively owing to its physicochemical and biological charachteristics. In the present study, sporopollenin was successfully extracted from pollen grains of C. libani and P. nigra followed by the loading of a commonly known anticancer drug Oxaliplatin. Both the drug loading and phys...
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The widespread fungal aeroplankton comprises numerous plant pathogens and allergenic components. Here, we present the first study describing the airborne spore composition in the Central and Eastern Black Sea region of Turkey against the background of meteorological variables and land use. This region is climatically diverse and there are large dif...
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Abstract Aim of study: The aim of this study is to put forward the antimicrobial activity of cold pressed oils obtained from seeds of nettle (Urtica dioica), radish (Raphanus sativus) and pomegranate (Punica granatum). Material and Methods: Oils of these seeds were analysed for their antibacterial and antifungal activities by the disk diffusion and...
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Centaurea is one of the largest genus of the family Asteraceae. Turkey is one of the distribution areas of this genus. This genus represented with 194 taxa in Turkey, which 105 of them are endemics. In thi s study, pollen morphology and a chene micro and macro morphology of 5 taxa belonging to Centaurea (C. iberica, C. virgata, C. cheirolopha, C. u...
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Cyanus is a genus of family Asteraceae. 20 taxa belonging to Cyanus distributes in Turkey and 9 of the m are endemics. In this study, pollen morphology and achene micro and macro morphology of 4 taxa belonging to Cyanus (C. depressus, C. triumfettii, C. pichleri subsp. pichleri, C. lanigerus) were investigated. The aim of the study wa s to determin...
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Grape extracts have strong antioxidant potential which can make them promising anticancer and food-supplement. However, one of the main obstacles is that there is not enough data revealing content of the grape extracts. Another important issue is that grape extracts are mostly obtained in methanol and ethanol solvent, which can limit their effectiv...
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Plants used in this study were collected from Kastamonu University campus and its surrounding in Turkey. Samples prepared according to Wodehouse (1935) technique, and they were examined by light microscopy to study the characteristic of pollen grains. Pollen grains of studied taxa observed as isopolar, radially symmetric with tricolpate aperture an...
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In this study, spore morphology of Bartramia pomiformis Hedw., B. halleriana Hedw., Philonotis calcarea (Bruch & Schimp.) Schimp. and Plagiopus oederianus (Sw.) H.A.Crum & L.E.Anderson were examined by light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). All spores are small, the length of the polar axis (P) is between 12.36 µm and 19.14 µ...
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Atmosphere is described as the gas and vapor layer surrounding the earth under the gravitational force. Atmosphere is composed of 78.50 % Nitrogen, 21.01 % Oxygen, 0.04% carbon-dioxide, water vapor and Nobel gases. In addition to ground, air and sea transportation vehicles, those noxious gases and particulates are released into atmosphere from hous...
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The main objective of this study is to evaluate the antimicrobial effect of ethanol solution extracts of G. dubia A. Terracc. on nineteen gram positive and negative bacteria (Bacillus subtilis, Enterococcus faecium, Enterococcus faecalis, Enterobacter aerogenes, Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermi...
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In this study, spore morphology of Hedwigia ciliata (Hedw.) P.Beauv., H. stellata Hedenäs, Leucodon immersus Lindb. and Funaria hygrometrica Hedw. were examined by light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). All species except L. immersus have small spores, the length of the polar axis (P) is between 8.43 µm and 31.75 µm, equatori...
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This study was carried outto explain the thermal properties of pollen grains for three different genera. It was also aimed to determine how thermal properties are differed in pollen grains belong to different genera. The pollen genera Salix, Betulaand Fraxinuswere chosen. The observed results showed that pollen grains of different genus exhibitsan...
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In the current study, the thermal stability of four selected Pinus L. species was analyzed in order to test the hypothesis that wethers pollen grain from same genus exhibit any variation on the species level. For this purpose Pinus sylvestris L., Pinus brutia Ten., and Pinus nigra Arn. were subjected to dynamic thermogravimetric analysis. The obtai...
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A B S T R A CT In this study, palynological, seed and leaflet micromorphological properties of Astragalus victoriae and Astragalus melanophrurius species were investigated in det ail using light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The aim of this study is to determine the contribution of pollen, leaflet and seed morphology chara...
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Knowledge of the types of atmospheric pollen and their concentrations in a particular area is critical for evaluating air quality and allergen exposure. This study was carried out to determine the pollen diversity and daily, monthly, and annual concentrations in Gümüşhane, whose relationships were then sought with the meteorological factors in the...
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In plants, the pollen grains are the carriers of genetic materials needed for pollination. Different species contains pollen grains with varying surface morphology and dimension. Structurally pollen grains are comprised of two shells, an inner layer, called the intine, is composed largely of cellulose, and an external layer called exine, which is m...
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Different species contains pollen grains with varying surface morphologies and dimensions. Pollen grains are comprised of two layers, an inner layer, called the intine, is composed largely of cellulose, and an external layer, called exine, which is mainly a polymer known as sporopollenin. These layers enable the pollen to protect the genetic materi...
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Pollen morphology of six Verbascum (Scrophulariaceae) taxa belonging to five different groups in the genus [V. georgicum (group E), V. nudatum var. nudatum (group F), V. cariense (group F), V. bithynicum (group H), V. pycnostachyum (group K), and V. lasianthum (group L)] was studied. Pollen slides were prepared according to the Woodhouse method and...
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In this study, spore morphology of Weissia controversa Hedw., W. condensa (Voit) Lindb. and W. brachycarpa (Nees & Hornsch.) Jur. were examined by the light microscopy (LM) and the scanning electron microscopy (SEM). All spores are small, the length of the polar axis (P) is between 13.39 µm and 15.0 µm, equatorial diameter (E) is between 17.56 µm a...
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Sporopollenin is a promising material for drug encapsulation due to its excellent properties; uniformity in size, non-toxicity, chemically and thermally resilient nature. Herein, morphologically intact sporopollenin microcapsules were extracted from Betula pendula pollens. Cancer therapeutic agent (imatinib mesylate) was loaded into the microcapsul...
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Sporopollenin microcages were produced from the pollens of Platanus orientalis. Paracetamol was loaded into the microcages. Pollen, sporopollenin, paracetamol and paracetamol-loaded sporopollenin microcages were characterized with FT-IR, TGA and SEM. The analytical analyses demonstrated that sporopollenin microcages were structurally intact, highly...
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Bio-based catalyst support materials with high thermal and structural stability are desired for catalysts systems requiring harsh conditions. In this study, a thermally stable palladium catalyst (up to 440 °C) was designed from sporopollenin, which occurs naturally in the outer exine layer of pollens and is widely acknowledged as chemically very st...
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Pollination is defined as the transfer of male gametophyte, called pollen to the stigma’s of the female organ of seeded plants. The pollination has vital importance for the formation of fruit and the development of fertile seeds. While some plants have the ability to self-pollination, the vast majority of plants require a carrier vector for pollina...
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Sporopollenin-chitosan blend films were produced for the first time. Sporopollenin is a robust structural component of plant pollens exhibiting excellent features such as nontoxicity, biodegradability, biocompatibility, high thermal stability, durability to strong acid and base solutions and homogeneity in size. To benefit from these advantages, sp...
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Pollen grains of plants are known as natural protector of genetic materials they carry. The outer layer of plant pollen is mainly composed of sporopollenin. High the rmal stability, high elasticity, nontoxicity, homogeneity in size and mucoadhesion makes sporopollenin suitable candidate for control drug delivery. The encapsulated drug can be used b...
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Fruit characters of all Turkish members of the genus Grammosciadium were investigated, emphasizing on their micromorphological features. Five different ornamentation patterns of the fruit surface were observed. A multivariate analysis was done with the macromorphological characters of the fruits. The combination of micromorphological and macromorph...
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High hydrostatic pressure (HHP) has high success potential in pollen protein extraction, but its effect on pollen protein profiles has not been studied yet. The aim of this study is to put forward whether HHP processing causes a change in the protein profiles extracted from pollens or not. In this study, proteins extracted from Betula pendula polle...
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Pollen morphology of 38 Trigonella species was investigated with light microscopies and scanning electron microscopies. Pollen slides were prepared using Wodehouse technique. The pollen grains of Trigonella members are radially symmetrical and isopolar, their outlines are oblong in equatorial view and circular in polar view. Amb is semicircular. Th...
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The pollen, seed and fruit morphology of eight Ribes species was investigated with light microscopies (LM) and scanning electron microscopies (SEM). The pollen grains of Ribes are usually radially symmetrical and isopolar, their outlines are more or less circular, obtusely quadrangular or elliptic–obtusely rectangular. The pollen grains of the genu...
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Pollen morphology of 11 species of the genus Oxytropis DC. (Fabaceae) distributed in Turkey were examined with light (LM) and scanning electron microscope (SEM). Morphology of pollen grains shows isopolar, radially symmetric, tricolporate, prolate or subprolate, porus shape oblate or operculate and exine subtectate. The size varies with the polar a...
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Pollen morphology of four Matricaria species and 28 Tripleurospermum species was investigated with light microscopies (LM) and scanning electron microscopies (SEM). Pollen slides were prepared using Wodehouse technique. Measurements were based on 20 or more pollen grains per specimen. For SEM studies, dried pollen grains were transferred on aluminu...
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Pollen morphology of 15 taxa belonging to the section Hololeuce Bunge of genus Astragalus L. species was investigated by light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. Pollen slides were prepared using a Wodehouse technique. Measurements were based on 20 or more pollen grains per specimen. For scanning electron microscopy studies, dried pollen...
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Summary: Morphological features of pollen of 12 Turkish taxa of the complex genus Genista L. were examined using light (LM) and scanning electron (SEM) microscopy. The pollen is tricolpate, syncolpate, triparasyncolpate and tetracolpate. The shape is generally suboblate and rarely oblate- spheroidal. The exine is usually microreticulate and rarely...
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The present paper represents the macro and micro-characters of the achenes of Carthamus (Asteraceae) species naturally growing in Turkey. A diagnostic identification key, descriptions and images of achenes were given. SEM investigation of seed coat sculpturing revealed 3 distinct types of surface structure: I: Striate, II: Irregularly striate and I...
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Küre Dağları’nda 1998 yılında Çevre ve Orman Bakanlığı’nca dış kaynaklı bir proje (UNDP) ile başlatılan korunan alan çalışması 07.07.2000 yılında milli park statüsü ile sonuçlandırılmıştır. Küre Dağları Milli Parkı 1998 yılında WWF tarafından Avrupa ormanlarının korumada öncelikli alanlarından (sıcak noktalar) biri olarak kabul edilmiştir. 8 Eylül...
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Even a single peptide that is present in the pollen wall and cytoplasm could cause pollen allergy. To produce skin-prick test kits, the first step is the extraction of these molecules. In this study, Cedrus atlantica pollens were subjected to 220 and 330 MPa for 10 and 30 min in order to extract these molecules. After high hydrostatic pressure proc...
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This study concerns the evaluation of micromorphological and anatomical characters of fruit (achene-cypsela) in 12 Turkish endemic Tripleurospermum taxa using multivariate analyses (cluster analysis, principal component analysis, one-way analysis of variance). Pericarp in all taxa examined is mainly composed of several layers of parenchymatous and...
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High hydrostatic pressure processing (HHPP) is a food processing method, in which food is subjected to the elevated pressure which is mostly between 100 to 800 MPa. HHPP is seen not only in food engineering, but also have other application areas, such as extraction of active ingredients from natural biomaterials. In this study, several extraction c...
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Knowledge of airborne pollen concentrations and the weather conditions influencing them is important for air quality forecasters, allergists and allergy sufferers. For this reason, a 7-day recording volumetric spore trap of the Hirst design was used for pollen monitoring between January 2006 and December 2007 in Kastamonu, Turkey. A total of 293,42...
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It has been known for centuries that mosses are effective in wound healing process. Previous studies presented that some secondary metabolites of mosses have anti-infective effect on some microorganisms. In this study, in vitro antimicrobial effect of Bryum capillare var. capillare, Plagiomnium affine, Homalothecium sericeum, Homalia besseri, Ambly...
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Traditional folk remedies used for centuries come up focus of interest in recent years, due to the trend of use of herb-derived natural products. In addition, increasing morbidity and mortality rates of opportunistic fungal infections and accelerating antifungal resistance rates of fungi lead to the use of alternative therapies with herb-derived pr...
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Alternaria is the most important fungal species belonging to the class Deuteromycetes which causes allergic respiratory diseases. The fungus pattern often shows a pronounced seasonal periodicity and with fluctuations related to meteorological conditions. In this study, we aimed to investigate the effect of outdoor Alternaria spore concentrations on...
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The atmospheric concentrations of airborne fungus spores change continuously according to the meteorological factors, and their intensity have important allergic effects on atopic subjects and opportunistic pathogenic effects on immunocompromised patients. The aim of this study was to identify the fungal spores found in Ankara atmosphere during 200...