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Uğur Çakılcıoğlu
Munzur University- Tunceli Turkey · Botany

Editor: International Journal of Nature and Life Sciences /dergipark

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Introduction
ucakilcioglu@yahoo.com, .....gmail.com I have many studies on systematic botany, ethnobotany, rare and endemic plants, plant anatomy and morphology, medicinal plant, antioxidant activities of plants, DPPH and ABTS radical removal activities of plants, plant essential oils, nitrate contents of plants, plant production strategies and the diseases infecting from soil. I work in many international journal in order to follow the international innovations in the field of plants. Selamlar :)
Additional affiliations
March 2014 - May 2020
Munzur Üniversitesi Pertek Sakine Genç MYO
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
January 2000 - August 2010
Munzur Univ
Position
  • Dr.
Description
  • Ethnobotany

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Publications (95)
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The genus Chrysophthalmum (Asteraceae) is represented by five species in the world. Three species of this genus are naturally grown in Turkey. The species growing in Turkey are C. montanum (DC.) Boiss., C. dichotomum Boiss. and Heldr. and C. gueneri Aytac and Anderb. Except C. montanum; the other species are endemic for Turkey. In the present study...
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Ethnopharmacological relevance: This study has identified not only the wild plants collected for medical purposes by local people of Solhan District in the Eastern Anatolia Region, but also the uses and local names of these plants. It tried to provide a source for researchers studying in ethnobotany, pharmacology and chemistry by comparing the info...
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Traditional uses of some medicinal plants in Malatya (Turkey) Ethnopharmacological relevance: This study has identified not only the wild plants collected for medical purposes by local people of Malatya Province in the Eastern Anatolia Region, but also the uses and local names of these plants. It tried to provide a source for researchers studying...
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This study aimed to identify wild plants collected for medical purposes by the local people of Sivrice County, located in the Eastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, and to establish the uses and local names of these plants. Field study was carried out over a period of approximately two years (2005-2006). During this period, 146 vascular plant specimens...
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In this study, six extracts of Arabis carduchorum prepared from solvents of varying polarity (water, methanol, ethyl acetate, dichloromethane, and n-hexane) were investigated for their chemical profiles and total phenolic and flavonoid contents (TPC/TFC) using HPLC–MS/MS and spectrophotometric/colorimetric assays, respectively, along with the asses...
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In this study, six extracts of Arabis carduchorum prepared from solvents of varying polarity (water, methanol, ethyl acetate, dichloromethane, and n‐hexane) were investigated for their chemical profiles and total phenolic and flavonoid contents (TPC/TFC) using HPLC–MS/MS and spectrophotometric/colorimetric assays, respectively, along with the asses...
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This study focused on the biological evaluation and chemical characterization of Malabaila lasiocarpa Boiss. (M. lasiocarpa) (Family: Apiaceae). The phytochemical profile, antioxidant, enzyme inhibitory of the methanolic, aqueous, dichloromethane, n‐hexane extracts were investigated. Based on UHPLC‐HRMS analyses, a total of 101 peaks were annotated...
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The lack of ethnoveterinary surveys in Turkey, results in losses in the veterinary phytopharmacology field. This is the first ethnoveterinary research in which statistical calculations about plants are done by informant consensus factor (ICF) method in the Blacksea Region of Turkey. To catalog, analyze, and disseminate the knowledge of plant use in...
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The aim of the present study was to quantify selected phenolic compounds, determine antioxidant activity and enzyme inhibitory effects of the aerial parts of Alkanna trichophylla Hub.-Mor. ( A. trichophylla ) and Convolvulus galaticus Rost.ex Choisy ( C. galaticus ) extracts prepared by homogenizer-assisted extraction (HAE), maceration (MAC) and in...
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Nepeta baytopii is a poorly studied, endemic Nepeta species (Lamiaceae) of Turkey. For the first time, the biological activities (antioxidant, enzyme inhibition, and cytotoxicity properties) of the hexane, ethyl acetate, methanol, water/methanol, and water extracts and essential oil prepared from N. baytopii aerial parts were assessed. Hydro-methan...
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Members from the Verbascum genus are well appraised for their traditional uses against a variety of ailments including anti-inflammatory related disorders. This study thus attempts at validating the biological properties of two underexplored Verbascum members namely Verbascum euphraticum Benth. (V. euphraticum) and Verbascum oocarpum Murb. (V. ooca...
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The genus Verbascum, commonly known as "mullein", bears several species traditionally used to treat various infections, inflammations and wounds. In this study, extracts from V. bombyciferum, an endemic Verbascum species from Turkey, obtained by different solvents and extraction techniques, were investigated for their bioactive contents using spect...
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Symphytum species, commonly known as comfrey, hold a long history of folk medicinal uses for healing wounds, bone fractures and other pain resulting from inflammation. However, many species belonging to this genus have not yet been scientifically investigated and hence investigation in this regard is warranted. In the present research, S. aintabicu...
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This study aims to identify wild plants used for medical purposes by local people of the Ballakayati district of Erbil in North Iraq, and to determine the local names and uses of those plants. The study was carried out for approximately 3 years between 2016 and 2018. During this period of time, 85 plant specimens were collected. Demographic charact...
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Plants from the Gundelia genus have been well appraised as both food and remedies. The members of the Gundelia genus are widely used as foods in several countries including Turkey. This study presents a comparative assessment of two poorly studied Gundelia species (G. glabra Miller and G. dersim Vitek, Yüce & Ergin). The effect of conventional (inf...
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Micromorphology and anatomy of six Onosma L. species, viz. O. argentata Hub.-Mor., O. neglecta Riedl, O. proballanthera Rech. f., O. rechingeri Riedl, O. sericea Willd. and O. stenoloba Hausskn. ex Riedl from Turky were investigated. Stem anatomy revealed that cuticle layer ranged from 0.6 µm in O. argentata to 1.7 µm in O. proballanthera. Parenchy...
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This study aims to identify wild plants collected for medical purposes by the local people of Karlıova District located in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey and to determine the uses and local names of these plants. A field study had been carried out for a period of approximately 4 years (2013–2016). During this period, 99 vascular plant specim...
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Morphological, anatomical and cytological features of three Turkish taxa of Centaurea L., viz. C. polypodiifolia Boiss. var. polypodiifolia, C. urvillei DC. subsp. urvillei and C. urvillei subsp. armata Wagenitz were investigated. Stem anatomy revealed the presence of a thick cuticle layer outside the stem, and epidermis with dense hairs was observ...
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Due to its location and climate diversity, our country is housed in very different habitat types within the borders of the country, allowing 11707 plant taxa (3694 endemic taxon) to be hosted. On the other hand, although there are few numbers in this kind of richness, there are woody species of great importance in terms of the area they cover. This...
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In this study, the traditional usage of some plants used for medicinal, food and spice purposes by the local people was investigated in the Dereli district of Giresun province. Face-to-face interviews were held in some villages within the boundaries of the district and the plants used by the people of the region were collected. Information on the l...
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p>This paper presents potential honey bee plants in Espiye (Giresun) which can be considered as a guide for beekeepers and researchers. A total of 149 taxa belonging to 125 genara and 48 families were recorded as pollen and nectary sources for honey bee colonies at Espiye (Giresun) region. Among the recorded taxa 58 were Phanerophytes, 57 taxa Hemi...
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This study identified not only the wild plants collected for food purposes by local people of Karaisalı County in the Mediterranean Region, but also the uses and local names of these plants. Field study was carried out over a period of approximately 2 years (2008–2010). During this period, 76 vascular plant specimens were collected. Demographic cha...
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Gundelia asperrima (Trautv.) Çakılcıoğlu, Yüce & Vitek is a distinct taxon that merits the rank of species. The characters and the distribution are discussed.
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This study was carried out in Tunceli between 2011-2014 years. Research area is located in the Irano-Turanian phytogeographic region and, according to Davis' Grid system, in B7 square. During the study 400 specimens have been collected. The identification of these samples resulted 55 families, 203 genera and 336 species. The analysis of the phytoge...
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This study focused on the wild plants traditionally used for human consumption in Bingöl and its aim is to present data about the folk botanical knowledge and to give about their development in relation to plant resources and traditionally food culture. The information about the use of wild edible plants was collected from 6 different open-air-mark...
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The micromorphological and anatomical characteristics of three species of Chrysochamela genus have been comparatively presented by using light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The micromorphological studies are related to the epidermal and seed surface. In anatomical studies, cross sections of the stems and leaves were examin...
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This study identifies wild plants collected for medical purposes by local people of Karaisalı County in the Mediterranean Region of Turkey, together with the uses and local names of these plants. A field study was carried out over a period of approximately 2 years (2008–2010). During this period, 129 vascular plant specimens were collected. Demogra...
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Kundmannia Scop. is a genus of the Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) family which consists of 463 genera and ca. 3500 species. Kundmannia belongs to the Oenantheae tribe and are well represented in Spain, France, Italy, Turkey, Syria and North Africa where they grow on calcareous or siliceous soils. In this study; fruit micromorphology and the vegetative ana...
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The essential oils of three Centaurea species from Turkey, Centaurea aggregata ssp. aggregata, C. balsamita and C. behen, collected in the same habitat, have been investigated. A total of 26, 54 and 26 components were identified in C. aggregata subsp. aggregata, C. balsamita and C. behen, respectively. The main constituents of the investigated popu...
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In this study, we comparatively investigated three endemic Salvia species spreading in Erzincan (Turkey) in terms of anatomy and micromorphology. For anatomical investigation, cross sections taken from stems and leaves of the species were examined under light microscope. For micromorphological investigation, epidermal surface and nutlet structure w...
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The status of Gundelia glabra Miller is clarified, a neotype is chosen, the characters and the distribution of the species are discussed.
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This survey was conducted in Üzümlü district and its surrounding villages in order to determine the useful plants consumed for different ethnobotanical purposes such as animal fodder, ornamental plant, good, fuel, and dye by the local people living in the area between 2010 and 2011 summer vegetation periods. Totally 77 traditional uses of 64 plant...
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In this study the species Hypericum L. exhibiting distribution in and around Giresun were examined comparatively for micromorphological and anatomic characteristics. In anatomic examinations, cross sections from stems and leaves of the plants were examined and anatomic comparisons were made between the species. In micromorphological studies, epider...
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This study aims to record accumulation of knowledge on plants which are used as food by native people of Çatak (Van, Turkey) that has a rich culture and a very natural environment. In addition, the medical uses of these plants were compiled from the literature. Study area was located on the East of Anatolian diagonal, in the Eastern Anatolia Region...
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This study was carried out between the years of 2008-2012 in the herbalists and folk bazaars located in Nevsehir and its districts, Turkey. During the study, total 67 plant taxa belonging to 35 families were determined frequently using for various purposes by the local people. According to the results, the largest 5 plants families are used by the...
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This study aims to record accumulation of knowledge on plants which are used as food by native people of Geçitli (Hakkari, Turkey) that has a rich culture and a very natural environment. In addition, the medical uses of these plants were compiled from the literature. Study area was located on the East of Anatolian diagonal, in the Eastern Anatolia...
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This paper provides significant ethnobotanical information on medicinal plants in the villages of Çatak in the Eastern Anatolia Region. Recording such data calls for urgency. This is the first ethnobotanical study in which statistical calculations about plants are carried out by means of FIC method in Eastern (Van) part of Turkey. This study aims t...
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Ethnopharmacological relevance: This paper provides significant ethnobotanical information on medicinal plants in Espiye in the Black Sea Region. Recording such data calls for urgency. This is the first ethnobotanical study in which statistical calculations about plants are carried out by means of FIC method in Northern (Espiye-Giresun) part of Tu...
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Fractal dimensions of leaves from Cercis canadensis L., Robinia pseudoacacia L., Amelanchier arborea (F.Michx.) Fernald, Prunus persica (L.) Batsch, Quercus alba L., Carpinus caroliniana Walter, Ficus carica L., Morus rubra L., Platanus orientalis L., and Ulmus rubra Muhl. were calculated. The values were then confirmed and compared by those obtain...
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This study aims to record accumulation of knowledge on plants which are used as food by local people of Elazig that has a rich culture and a very natural environment. Field study was carried out over a period of approximately two years (2010-2011). During this period, 92 vascular plant specimens were collected. The plants were pressed in the field...
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The purpose of the present study is to determine morphological, morphometrical, karyological and palynological features of the endemic Centaurea kurdica Reichardt species from East Anatolian region. Some morphological features of the species like mophology of capitula, involucra, involucral leaves (phyllaries) and achene have been investigated. Kar...
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Ethnopharmacological relevance: This paper provides significant ethnobotanical information on medicinal plants in the Geçitli Township in the Eastern Anatolia Region. Recording such data calls for urgency this is the first ethnobotanical study in which statistical calculations about plants are carried out by means of the FIC method in Eastern (Hak...
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Purpose: To evaluate the fatty acid composition of six Centaurea species, viz, Centaurea behen, C. saligna, C. depressa, C. urvillei subsp. urvillei, C. urvillei subsp. hayekiana and C. aggregata subsp. aggregata, from Elazığ, Turkey. Methods: Fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) of the oil extracts of four Centaurea species were prepared. The fatty ac...
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In this study, morphological, morphometrical, karyological and detailed pollen morphology of the endemic Ebenus haussknechtii was studied for the first time. In the morphologic study of the plant, some morphological and morphometrical features was observed and compared with the Flora of Turkey records. Karyogram and idiograms of the plant were also...
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Species of Pleurotus possess various medicinal properties including hypoglycemic and hypocholesterolemic activities. The feeding effect of the mushroom Pleurotus florida in powdered form was evaluated on growth, blood glucose and cholesterol level in alloxan-induced diabetic albino rats against control. The starch was estimated in dry mushroom and...
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This study reports on a series of field studies that identified and categorized certain rare and endemic plants of Maden district (Elazig province, Turkey). In addition, the medical uses of these plants were compiled from the literature. Data collected from field studies carried out during 2005–2010 were evaluated and new field studies were conduct...
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Three species of Pleurotus which can be cultivated mostly throughout the year in the plains of India were examined for their nutritional value and their antioxidant activity. Protein content was found to be maximum in P. florida (22–25% dw) followed by P. citrinopileatus (20–22% dw) and P. pulmonarius (15–18% dw) respectively. Cholesterol content w...
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Mushrooms are highly nutritive, low-calorie food with good quality proteins, vitamins and minerals. Mushrooms are an important natural source of foods and medicines. Traditional aboriginals knew the medicinal importance of edible and wild mushrooms and these are now being screened for their bioactivity in various ailments. Mushroom represents a maj...
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This study, conducted between 2010-2012, gathered information on the ethnobotanical wild plants sold with commercial purposes in the local markets. Within the scope of the study, ethnobotanical wild plants sold in local market used for the medicinal and food (spice, tea) purpose. As result of researchs at the local markets ethnobotanical uses of 32...