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(February 2018)
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List of indexed keywords within the transdisciplinary set of domains which relate to the Integrated Natural Resources Modelling and Management (INRMM). In particular, the list of keywords maps the semantic tags in the INRMM Meta-information Database (INRMM-MiD). [\n] The INRMM-MiD records providing this list are accessible by the special tag: inrmm-list-of-tags ( ). ...


Early postfire vegetation recovery of Pinus brutia forests: effects offire severity, prefire stand age, and aspect

Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, Vol. 40 (2016), pp. 723-736,


Forests dominated by serotinous tree species are usually generalized to follow an autosuccessional model of postfire recovery. However, recent studies have suggested that prefire conditions, topography, and idiosyncrasies of the fire disturbance can have notable effects on how such forests respond to fire. We investigated the effects of fire severity, prefire stand age, and aspect (slope orientation) on the early postfire recovery of Pinus brutia forest. The study site was the area of 2008 Serik-Tasağıl Fire, one of the largest forest ...


Flora of Turkey and the East Aegean islands

Vol. 7 (1982)
edited by Peter H. Davis


This monumental series presents the richness and diversity of Turkish flora in nine volumes (1966-85), plus two supplements (1988; 2001). It is a major contribution to the floristic study of South West Asia and the eastern Mediterranean region and represents the life's work of Peter Davis (1918-92). ...


Genetic variability of the grey wolf Canis lupus in the Caucasus in comparison with Europe and the Middle East: distinct or intermediary population?

PLoS ONE, Vol. 9, No. 4. (8 April 2014), e93828,


Despite continuous historical distribution of the grey wolf (Canis lupus) throughout Eurasia, the species displays considerable morphological differentiation that resulted in delimitation of a number of subspecies. However, these morphological discontinuities are not always consistent with patterns of genetic differentiation. Here we assess genetic distinctiveness of grey wolves from the Caucasus (a region at the border between Europe and West Asia) that have been classified as a distinct subspecies C. l. cubanensis. We analysed their genetic variability based on mtDNA control ...

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Human-wildlife conflict as a barrier to large carnivore management and conservation in Turkey

Turkish Journal of Zoology, Vol. 40 (2016), n.a.,


Large carnivorous mammals are wide-ranging animals and thus frequently come into contact with human settlements in agrarian landscapes. This often generates human–wildlife conflict; carnivores potentially damage livestock, agricultural products, or human well-being. In Turkey, the cooccurrence of eight medium-large carnivore species combined with a burgeoning human population and unsustainable consumption of natural resources increasingly threatens carnivore populations. To better understand human–wildlife conflict in Turkey and provide potential solutions, we conducted 959 human opinion surveys in 2006, 2010, and 2014 in 58 distinct settlements surrounding the Sarıkamış-Allahuekber ...


Wolf diet in an agricultural landscape of north-eastern Turkey

Mammalia, Vol. 80, No. 3. (1 January 2016),


In this study, we investigated wolf feeding ecology in Kars province, north-eastern Turkey, by analysing 72 scat samples collected in spring 2013. Ongoing camera trap surveys suggest that large wild ungulates are exceptionally rare in the region. On the contrary, livestock is abundant. Accordingly, scats analysis revealed that livestock constituted most of the biomass intake for wolves, although small mammals were the most frequent prey items. Wild ungulates were occasional prey, and although wolves make use of the main village garbage ...


Genetic structure of four Kazdagi fir (Abies equitrojani Ascherson et Sinten) populations in Kazdagi, Turkey as assessed by adaptive seedling traits

Forest Genetics, Vol. 12, No. 1. (2005), pp. 45-56


To investigate the magnitude and pattern of genetic variation in adaptive seedling traits, seedlings of 126 faniilies from four natural populations of Kazdagi-fir (Abies equituojani) from Kazdagl in Turkey were raised in nursery environments and evaluated for 12 adaptive traits ...


Morphological and physiological seed characteristics of Taurus fir (Abies cilicica /Ant. et Kotschy/Carriére) in Turkey

Šumarski list, Vol. 138, No. 11-12. (2014), pp. 583-591


Taurus fir (Abies cilicica /Ant. et Kotschy/ Carriére) is a tree species mostly found in the Taurus mountains in Turkey. The objective of this study was to determine the morphological and physiological characteristics of the seed of the Taurus fir. The seeds were collected from five different provenances of natural distribution, including Göksun, Saimbeyli, Kozan, Anamur, and Bucak. In the laboratory, for each of the different provenances, we measured the1000-seed weight; the length, width, and thickness of the seeds; and the ...


Variations in compression strength and surface roughness of heat-treated Turkish river red gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) wood

Journal of Wood Science In Journal of Wood Science, Vol. 51, No. 4. (2005), pp. 405-409,

Flora of Turkey and the East Aegean Islands

Vol. 4 (1972)


This monumental series presents the richness and diversity of Turkish flora in nine volumes (1966-85), plus two supplements (1988; 2001). It is a major contribution to the floristic study of South West Asia and the eastern Mediterranean region and represents the life's work of Peter Davis (1918-92). ...


Taxonomy of the Genus Prunus L. (Rosaceae) in Turkey

Turkish Journal of Botany, Vol. 24, No. 3. (2000), pp. 187-202


The taxonomy of the genus PrunusL. in Turkey is studied in detail. According to morphological characters, descriptions of the species have been evaluated and completed. P. kurdica Fenzl ex Fritsch, P. cocomilia Ten. var. puberula(Schneider) Browicz and P. divaricata Ledeb. subsp. ursina (Kotschy) Browicz are reduced to synonyms. A new key for the identification of the species has been prepared. Illustrations and distribution maps of particular species in Turkey were added to other information. Furthermore, data concerning habitat, altitude, flowering and ...


Quercus trojana subsp. yaltirikii (Fagaceae), a new subspecies from Southern Turkey

Willdenowia, Vol. 36, No. 2. (30 October 2006), pp. 845-849


Geographic distribution and infraspecific variation of the E Mediterranean Quercus trojana is discussed. Q. trojana subsp. yaltirikii is described from the region of Içel and Antalya at the southeastern margin of the species' range as a subspecies new to science, characterized by densely stellate-hairy leaves and twigs. ...


Antioxidant properties of some plants growing wild in Turkey

Grasas y Aceites, Vol. 60, No. 2. (24 March 2009), pp. 147-154,


In this study, the antioxidant activity of 50% aqueous methanol extracts of 38 plants growing in the Afyonkarahisar province of Turkey were evaluated by various antioxidant assay, including free radical scavenging, hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) scavenging and metal (Fe2+) chelating activities. The methanolic fruit extracts of the Cornus and Morus species (H2O2 and DPPH scavenging activities, Fe2+ chelating activity) and the methanolic leaf extracts of the Mentha species (DPPH scavenging activities) examined in the assay showed the strongest activities. These antioxidant properties ...


The cultivated Abies taxa in the landscape designs of Istanbul

Journal of Forestry Faculty of Kastamonu University, Vol. 12, No. 3. (2012), pp. 242-245
Keywords: abies-spp   forest-resources   turkey  


The Abies taxa have a solitary use in the planting designs of Istanbul. The native and exotic Abies taxa in Istanbul are propagated in state nurseries or private nurseries selling imported plants. In this research, Abies taxa in the sell list of some important private nurseries and Bahcekoy Forest Nursery Foundation have been established. Subsequently some visualizations belonging to those taxa, their use opportunities in the landscape and their natural deployed areas have been evaluated within the literature review. ...


An overview of the geobotanical structure of Turkish Pinus sylvestris and Carpinus betulus forests

Pakistan Journal of Botany, Vol. 40, No. 4. (2008), pp. 1497-1520


Pinus L. and Carpinus L. are the two widely distributed genera of higher plants being represented by 80 and 170 species respectively. Th e former has 5 species in Turkey and latter 2 species namely; P.pinea, P.halepensis, utia, P.sylvestris, P.nigra ssp. pallasiana, Carpinus betulus and C.orientalis . In this paper an attempt has been made to present an overview of the geobotanical structure of Pinus sylvestris L. ...


Distribution, ecology and variation of Pinus brutia in Turkey

Forest Genetic Resources, Vol. 3 (1974), 07


[Excerpt] On the recommendation of the FAO Committee on the Coordination of Mediterranean Forestry Research, a mission was carried out to Turkey in the autumn of 1971. The primary purpose was to visit seed stands of Pinus brutia identified by the Institute of Forest Tree Seeds and Improvement in Ankara. The terms of reference were as follows: [::] to explore both the geographic and the ecological distribution of P. brutia in Turkey; [::] to make observations on the phenotypic variation of the species ...


Structural and distributional evaluation of forest ecosystems in Turkey

Journal of Environmental Biology, Vol. 31, No. 1. (2010), pp. 61-70


Turkey has very rich ecosystems and habitats in which various types of vegetation communities and fauna are found. These properties of Turkey depend on its geographical position, different climatic region, mountainous topographical conditions and climatic changes occurred during the Pleistocene. Several field works have been conducted during the period of 1975-2008. The field observations and analyses of data reveal that Turkey's forests can be divided into six main forest ecosystems (Black sea region, Marmara transitional region, Mediterranean region, Mediterranean transitional region, ...


Anatomical notes on Turkish Frangula alnus Mill. (Rhamnaceae)

Plant Biosystems - An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology, Vol. 141, No. 1. (15 February 2007), pp. 69-74,


Abstract In this study, the Turkish representatives of Frangula alnus were investigated in terms of wood, leaf and petiole anatomy. Some important differences were observed between the two native subspecies F. alnus subsp. alnus and F. alnus subsp. pontica. These include the grouping and frequency of vessels, the size of vessel fibres and rays, and the presence of cubic and solitary crystals in square ray cells. Significant differences in the distributions of secretory cavities and crystals in the leaves and petioles ...


Oak woodland vegetation of Turkey - a first overview based on multivariate statistics

Applied Vegetation Science, Vol. 15, No. 4. (October 2012), pp. 590-608,


[Questions] Turkey is home to more Quercus species than any other country in the western Palaearctic. To what extent is the taxonomic diversity reflected in compositional diversity of oak woodland vegetation? What are the main compositional gradients, their environmental correlates and associated gradients in species traits? How are the oak woodland types in Turkey distributed? What is their stand structure, ecological range, conservation value and how are they used? Which phytosociological syntaxa are represented? What gaps remain in knowledge of Turkey's oak ...


Ecological attributes and distribution of Anatolian black pine [Pinus nigra Arnold. subsp. pallasiana Lamb.Holmboe] in Turkey

Journal of Environmental Biology, Vol. 33, No. 2. (2012)


The aim of this study is to determine ecoregions and the effect of ecological properties on natural distribution of Anatolian black pine [Pinus nigra Arnold. subsp. pallasiana Lamb. (Holmboe)] in Turkey. The results suggest that 6 ecoregions exist and climate, parent material, topography, anthropogenic factors, floristic composition, competition are ecological factors that determine the distribution of Black pine in Turkey. But, climatic elements such as precipitation and temperature are the dominant factors. The six ecoregions with different characteristics have been identified ...


Ecology and classification of forests in Turkey

Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 120 (March 2014), pp. 788-805,


Turkey possesses all types of parent materials or bedrocks like metamorphic, sedimentary and volcanic belonging to different geological era and periods. Some parent materials contain evaporitic sediments with salt, gypsum and high contents of alkaline materials which mostly prevent the growth of climax vegetation. The country has a rugged and high topography, related to tectonic movements, and volcanic activities which mainly occurred in Tertiary and Quaternary eras. The mountains are divided into three groups in terms of formation and ecological importance ...


Control of pine processionary moth, Thaumetopoea pityocampa with Bacillus thuringiensis in Antalya, Turkey.

Journal of environmental biology, Vol. 31, No. 3. (May 2010), pp. 357-361


Taumetopoea pityocampa (Den. and Schiff) is one of the most common defoliator insects found in Turkey. Although several methods have been used in attempting to control this major forest pest up to now but the problem still remains largely unsolved in Turkey. There is an urgent need to control and minimize the damages caused by these defoliating caterpillars. Therefore, we planned and applied field treatments using by Foray 76B and VBC 60074 to put forward to the efficiency of these bioinsecticides ...


Modeling potential distribution and carbon dynamics of natural terrestrial ecosystems: a case study of Turkey

Sensors, Vol. 7, No. 10. (11 October 2007), pp. 2273-2296,


We derived a simple model that relates the classification of biogeoclimatezones, (co)existence and fractional coverage of plant functional types (PFTs), and patternsof ecosystem carbon (C) stocks to long-term average values of biogeoclimatic indices in atime- and space-varying fashion from climate–vegetation equilibrium models. ProposedDynamic Ecosystem Classification and Productivity (DECP) model is based on the spatialinterpolation of annual biogeoclimatic variables through multiple linear regression (MLR)models and inverse distance weighting (IDW) and was applied to the entire Turkey of780,595 km2 on a 500 m ...


Determination of incoming solar radiation in major tree species in Turkey

Journal of Environmental Biology, Vol. 33, No. 4. (2012), pp. 817-821


Light requirements and spatial distribution of major forest tree species in Turkey hasn't been analyzed yet. Continuous surface solar radiation data, especially at mountainous-forested areas, are needed to put forward this relationship between forest tree species and solar radiation. To achieve this, GIS-based modeling of solar radiation is one of the methods used in rangelands to estimate continuous surface solar radiation. Therefore, mean monthly and annual total global solar radiation maps of whole Turkey were computed spatially using GRASS GIS software ...


Distribution of the major forest tree species in Turkey within spatially interpolated plant heat and hardiness zone maps

iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry, Vol. 5, No. 2. (30 April 2012), pp. 83-92,


In disciplines such as agriculture, forestry and horticulture, it is customary to make use of various hardiness zone maps intended for the selection of the plant species to be cultivated within specific regions. The most widely used of these maps is the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone (PHZ) map. Recently, the American Horticultural Society also created the Plant Heat Zone (AHZ) Map. PHZ and AHZ maps have not yet been produced for Turkey. To overcome deficiencies of these maps and compare the ...


Determination of conjugated linolenic acid content of selected oil seeds grown in Turkey

Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society In Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society, Vol. 82, No. 12. (2005), pp. 893-897,


Seeds originating from some Turkish sources were analyzed with respect to their characteristics and FA compositions. These seeds represented pomegranate (Punica granatum L.), bitter grourd (Momordica charantia L.), pot marigold (Calendula officinalis L.), catalpa (Catalpa bignonoides), bourdaine (Rhamnus frangula L.), Oregon grape (Mahonia aquifolium), sarsaparilla (Smilax aspera), mahaleb (Prunus mahaleb L.), black-thorn (Prunus spinosa L.), cherry laurel (Prunus laurocerasus L.), and firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea). Bitter gourd and bourdaine seeds contain more than 20% oil. Catalpa, bourdaine, Oregon grape, blackthorn, and cherry ...


Evaluation of Prunus spinosa L. as host of Sharka and other viruses

Acta Horticulturae, Vol. 309 (1992), pp. 151-156


Due to its wide occurrence in nature, the blackthorn (Prunus spinosa L.), closely allied to the plum (P. domestica L.), always presents a problem when a spatial isolation of plum orchards, and especially that of mother trees, is in question. As knowledge on its role in epidemiology of plum viruses is incomplete, the problem of spatial isolation remains questionable. Using the suitability of ELISA technique for large-scale testing, an attempt has been made to assess the presence of the most frequently ...


Prunus spinosa L. - A natural wild host of some important fruit viruses in Tekirdağ, Turkey

Acta Horticulturae, Vol. 781 (2008), pp. 33-37


Blackthorn Prunus spinosa L. is a wide spread bush along the road sides, water canals, field borders and hedgerows throughout the Trakya region of Turkey, especially in the Tekirdag province. Fifty four symptom expressing bushes were tested serologically with Double antibody sandwich enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (DAS-ELISA) tests by employing antisera against Plum pox virus (PPV), Apple chlorotic leaf spot virus (ACLSV) and Apple mosaic virus (ApMV). DAS-ELISA test results revealed that 13 out of 54 samples were found infected by ...


Antioxidant properties of 12 cornelian cherry fruit types (Cornus mas L.) selected from Turkey

Scientific Research and Essays, Vol. 6, No. 1. (2011), pp. 98-102,


Cornus mas L. is a naturally growing dogwood species in Anatolia. In present study, the antioxidant activity of 50% aqueous methanol extracts of 12 cornelian cherry types were evaluated by various antioxidant assay, including free radical scavenging, hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2) scavenging and metal (Fe +2) chelating activities. The methanolic fruit etxracts of the Cornus mas L. fruit types (H 2 O 2 and diphenylpicrylhydrazyl (DPPH) scavenging activities, Fe +2 chelating activity) examined in the assay showed the strongest ...


Cornelian cherry germplasm resources of Turkey

Journal of Fruit and Ornamental Plant Research, Vol. 12 (2004), pp. 87-92


Anatolia lies within the native range of the Cornelian cherry (Cornus mas L.). Although the Cornelian cherry is widely grown in the north coastal areas of Turkey, it still is not as important a fruit crop as are many other fruit species. There are 1.6 million Cornelian cherry trees in Turkey, which yield 17,000 metric tons of fruit annually. Most trees are open-pollinated seedlings of wild genotypes which vary widely in terms of productivity and fruit characteristics, such as size, shape, ...


Variation of Fraxinus ornus subsp. cilicica (Lingelsh) Yalt in the Lakes District of Turkey

Scientific Research and Essays, Vol. 6, No. 22. (October 2011), pp. 4788-4791,


The aim of this study was to investigate the leaf, seed and seedling characteristics of Fraxinus ornus subsp. cilicica (Lingelsh) Yalt. which is an endemic plant in Turkey. For this purpose, the statistics and differences of the mentioned characteristics were determined by means of SPSS. It was found out that, there were significant differences at 0.001 level among populations in terms of the other characteristics with the exception of the seedling height, the longest root length and dry top/root ra tio. ...


Endemik toros çiçekli dişbudağı (Fraxinus ornus subsp. cilicica) ağacı ve manna

Orman Mühendisliği, Vol. 46, No. 4/6. (2009), pp. 24-27


The general characteristics of the flowering ash, Fraxinus ornus ssp. cilicica, which is endemic to the Taurus Mountains in southern Turkey, are described. The tree usually grows to 8-10 m, exceptionally to 20 m. It is widely and sparsely distributed within the mountain forest between 350 and 1500 m altitude, and it is threatened by deforestation and soil erosion. The flowering ash is best known for its production of manna or 'divine food', which is obtained by slitting the trunk bark ...


Phytosociological and Ecological Structure of Fraxinus Angustifolia Subsp. oxycarpa Forests in the Central Black Sea Region

Turkish Journal of Botany, Vol. 22, No. 3. (1998), pp. 157-162


Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl. subsp. oxycarpa (Bieb. ex Willd). Franco & Rocha Afonso forests formed pure stands along the alluvial delta of the Central Black Sea Region. These forests represent hygrophyllous azonal formations. This species usually forms mixed stands with other deciduous species in other regions. In this study the phytosociological structure and soil characteristics of F. angustifolia subsp. oxycarpa forests were investigated. Nutrient concentrations in the leaves of the dominant species F. angustifolia subsp. oxycarpa were also studied during mid-growing season ...


Nutrient composition of hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.) varieties cultivated in Turkey

Food Chemistry, Vol. 99, No. 3. (2006), pp. 509-515,


In this study, chemical composition of the 17 different hazelnut varieties grown in the Black Sea Region of Turkey was investigated. The main fatty acids in hazelnut varieties were oleic (79.4%), linoleic (13.0%) and palmitic acid (5.4%). The ratios of polyunsaturated/saturated and unsaturated/saturated fatty acids of hazelnuts varieties were found to be between 1.23 and 2.87, and 11.1 and 16.4, respectively. The average niacin, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, ascorbic acid, folic acid, retinol and total tocopherol contents of hazelnut ...


Comparison of various pulping characteristic of Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl. wood

African Journal of Biotechnology, Vol. 10, No. 48. (2011), pp. 9812-9816


This study was carried out in order to investigate the suitability of ash (Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl.), a native tree (species) in Turkey, for pulp and paper making. Four pulping methods, which included NSSC, cold soda, kraft and kraft + anthraquinone pulping processes, were used for this study. The test materials were supplied from two different stands found in Istanbul Bahcekoy region. When ash wood samples as ash 1 and ash 2 chemical contents were analyzed, the chemical components of ash 1 ...


Wettability and surface roughness of natural and plantation-grown narrow-leaved ash (Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl.) wood

BioResources, Vol. 6, No. 4. (2011), pp. 4721-4730


Plantation-grown wood species are becoming more important. Their anatomical, physical, and mechanical properties are different and generally more variable than wood grown in natural stands. The objective of this study was to investigate the wettability and surface roughness (SR) of natural and plantation-grown narrow-leaved ash (Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl.) wood. The logs were cut from a natural stand versus three different spacings of plantation-grown narrow-leaved ash wood stands. Plantation spacings were 3 x 2 m, 3 x 2.5 m, and 4 x ...


The effects of climate change on spatiotemporal changes of hazelnut (Corylus avellana) cultivation areas in the Black Sea Region, Turkey

Applied Ecology and Environmental Research, Vol. 12, No. 2. (2014), pp. 309-324


Turkey ranks the first among the hazelnut producers in the world. The purpose of this study is to question whether or not the hazelnut plant that grows under natural climate conditions will be affected by climate change. Spatial and temporal change simulations have been done in order to define the actual and the future status of hazelnut cultivation areas. The Marmara and the Black Sea regions have been chosen as study areas of hazelnut production in Turkey. The possible evolution of ...


Effects of pests and diseases on stone pine (Pinus pinea L.) conelet losses in Kozak catchment area

In Mediterranean Stone Pine for Agroforestry (2013), pp. 29-33


Kozak catchment area is in Bergama District in İzmir, a bowl shaped area with 16,000 hectare stone pine forest which forms one-third of the total stone pine are a in Turkey. Almost all the forest area is private. In recent years, conelet losses of stone pine have been incr eased. To investigate the relation between the losses and pest-disease effects, 8 different sample areas we re examined during 2005ñ2008. The results showed that almost all cone losses occurred in new conelets. ...


Biodiversity and conservation of Turkish forests

Biological Conservation, Vol. 97, No. 2. (February 2001), pp. 131-141,


The rapid human population growth of Turkey and associated demands on natural resources threaten the biodiversity of the nation's natural ecosystems, including forests. Though limited to about 26% of the total land area of the country, maintaining healthy forests is vital to support sustainable development in Turkey. The purpose of this paper is to introduce the current status of Turkey's forests, present the national objectives for forest conservation and sustainable use, and describe the actions needed to protect forest biodiversity. While ...

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