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Dicle University (Turkish: Dicle Üniversitesi, Kurdish: Zanîngeha Dîcleyê‎), is a public university located in Diyarbakır, Turkey, on the eastern side of the Tigris (Turkish: Dicle) river.

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Environmental human rights (EHRs) have received greater worldwide attention over the years since first recognized by the 1972 Stockholm Declaration. Approximately 100 countries currently recognize and guarantee EHRs within their national constitutions. EHRs have been also used by such diverse groups as academics, social activists, international organizations, political parties, NGOs, etc. EHRs ...

SUBJECT: environmental law; human rights; environmental human right; the environment

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A total of 35 grape accessions and 3 reference cultivars were used to investigate the genetic polymorphism and relationships among Turkey and other European grape accessions by ampelographic characterization. Total of 74 ampelographic characteristics were identified for 38 genotypes. Ampelographic data were collected  two vegetation periods. The characteristics of the vines were defined and me ...

SUBJECT: characterization; grape accessions; ampelography; vitis vinifera l.

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Drought is one of the most widespread stress factors adversely affecting plant growth, crop yield and quality. In Subtropical region, on the face of global warming, temperature extremes aggravate the negative effects of drought. Increased resistance to stress has been achieved in several plants by exogenous application of various organic osmoprotectants. In this study, the role of glycine beta ...

SUBJECT: glycine betaine; organic osmoprotectants; grapevine; drought

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Drought is a major abiotic stress that threating the producing and survival of many crops such as cereal. Wheat is grown on arid lands and drought often causes serious problem in wheat production on these fields. In this study, it was determined that the effect of five different drought stress (0, -0.3, -0.6, -0.9, -1.2 MPa, by using PEG 6000 solution) on the germination of 4 different bread w ...

SUBJECT: peg-6000; germination; drought tolerance; wheat

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In this research, effect of different thawing techniques on the meat color of Black Sea trout (Salmo labrax) was evaluated. The commonly using fish thawing methods by the consumers were applied to frozen fish fillets and the color losses were determined. For this purpose, 70 individuals of Black Sea trout were used. First of all, trouts were washed, cleaned and filleted before the freezing sta ...

SUBJECT: color; quality loss; thawing; salmo trutta labrax; freezing

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This study was carried out to contribute the Delphacidae, Tettigometridae and Cixiidae (Hemiptera) fauna in the East and Southeast Anatolia Region of Turkey. Specimens were collected from different locations of the study area, in 2007, 2008, 2014 and 2015, and prepared according to standard methods.  7 species belonging to 6 genera from 3 families were determined: Hyalesthes obsoletus, Pentast ...

SUBJECT: tettigometridae; delphacidae; new regional record; cixiidae

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Damage of pesticides used in agriculture on non-target organisms (except honey bees) is not sufficiently considered and neglected. Studies showed that wild bees, like honey bees, were also affected by pesticides. Wild bee species should also be protected because of their importance in pollination and biological control and also in order to protect biodiversity. Effects of pesticides on wild be ...

SUBJECT: pesticide; neonicotinoids; thiamethoxam; vespula germanica

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It was proposed the integrated approach to the irrigation water assessment as its quality index IWQI. This criteria is united the quantitative assessment of different risks such as soil sodicity, plant toxicity, biofilm formation in drippers of irrigation systems etc. It is proposed to combine agronomic, ecological and technological requirements to the irrigation water using a generalized Harr ...

SUBJECT: irrigation; water quality index (iwqi); physical-chemical parameters; harrington's desirability function

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The study was aimed to determine the existing status of extension services provided for agricultural risk management in making use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). There were 360 farmers selected through multistage cluster sampling technique and data were collected from four areas of Malaysia. The results reveal that farmers could get limited information from extension sta ...

SUBJECT: malaysia; icts; agricultural risk management; agricultural extension

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All Actinidia species are dioecious, male and female flowers grow on separate kiwifruit plants. In breeding studies, it is generally desirable to obtain female individuals. However, male plants are also of great importance for pollination. Therefore, it is necessary to examine the flower characteristics of the genotypes obtained by breeding studies. This research was conducted in the kiwifruit ...

SUBJECT: flower structure; selection; phenology; flowering; kiwifruit

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