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Aegean Agricultural Research Institute (AARI) was established in 1963. The objectives are; -To explore genetic diversity, to survey, to collect and to conserve the genetic materials, -To obtain high yielded, good quality and disease resistant varieties and conduct agronomic researches on field crops and horticulture, -Also, to conduct researches on cattle husbandry and apiculture, -To produce registered variety seed, seedling and queen bee, -In order to transfer agricultural findings to farmers, to conduct on farm trials and organize in-tr [...]

Turkey is an important center of origin and/or center of genetic diversity for cereals and legumes and many other main crops. Although the native country of cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.] is uncertain and cowpea originated in Africa, where it is grown throughout the tropics and subtropics. After it was introduced into Anatolia, its cultivation spread throughout most of the country. With ...

SUBJECT: landraces; morphological characterization; genetic diversity; [vigna unguiculata (l.) walp.]; agro-morphological characters

POSTED TO: ANADOLU, Ege Tarımsal Araştırma Enstitüsü Dergisi

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Confectionary sunflower in Turkey is cultivated widely in Eastern and Central Anatolia and in recent years, a significant increase is observed in the production area. This study was conducted during 2010 and 2011 in Edirne to investigate the effects of irrigation (S0: no water, S1: irrigation at the start of flowering, S2: irrigation at the start and complation of flowering), nitrogen (N) leve ...

SUBJECT: plant populations.; irrigation; confectionery sunflower; helianthus annuus l.; nitrogen

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Vegetable oils are one of the important components of human diets. The production of vegetable oils, sunflower, soybeans, rapeseed, cotton and sesame (Sesamum indicum L.) are important industrial crops with large growing areas in the world and in Turkey. Sesame, in general is consumed as tahini, halvah, and also in the bakery products in Turkey. Sesame is grown as main crops and also the secon ...

SUBJECT: oilseed crops; production problems.; agronomy; sesamum indicum l.; sesame

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The characterization of confectionary populations and determination of relationships among characters were aimed in this study. Four populations in F3 and F4 generations were sown in research and experiment field of Aegean Agricultural Research Institute. The observed characters were yield per plant, seed length, seed width, head diameter, plant height, thousand kernel weight, hull rate and oi ...

SUBJECT: seed characteristics; helianthus annuus l.; confectionary sunflower; correlation coefficient; path analysis.

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Average temperature increase and rainfall decrease caused by the climate change is expected in Turkey. Determining solar radiation effect on plant growth and reference evapotranspiration and its temporal variations important. In this study, the daily reference evapotranspiration and temporal changes of solar radiation are researched in semi-arid Menemen Plain. The study covering the period bet ...

SUBJECT: reference evapotranspiration; mann-kendall; mann-whitney u.; solar radiation; fao penman-monteith

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Herbage yield and some quality characters of grasspea (Lathyrus sativus L.) genotypes grown in different row spacings were determined under ecological conditions of Kırşehir in 2013 and 2014. Five grasspea genotypes were grown by using three row spacings (20, 40 and 60 cm) in a split plot design with three replications. Row spacings were fixed as main plots and the genotypes as subplots. Accor ...

SUBJECT: adf; forage yield; row spacing; lathyrus sativus l.; ndf.

POSTED TO: Anadolu Ege Tarımsal Araştırma Enstitüsü Dergisi

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Food security requires plant genetic resources (PGR), which is seriously risked by climatic changes, urbanization, and population growth. Therefore, collection, conservation, utilization, and improvement of PGR in diverse regions have higher priority. Turkey, situated among gene centers and historical migration routes, enjoys an environmental and genetic diversity. Gölköy Campus of Abant Izzet ...

SUBJECT: population pressure.; urbanization; bolu; plant genetic resources; species

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This study was conducted to determine the crude nutrient contents and quality characteristics of silages prepared from corn (Zea mays L.), sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.), alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) and giant reed (Arundo donax L.) with pure and different mixture ratios. For this purpose, these plants were ensiled purely and at the rates of 25%, 50%, 75% respectively. Apart then, neutral deterg ...

SUBJECT: mixture rates; silage; nutritive value; fleig point; physical analysis.

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Ulusal Tohum Gen Bankası

AYKAS, Lerzan; et al. [2016]

In this article, National Seed Genebank collections and activities are summarized. Biodiversity is literally the diversity of life. Biodiversity supports human societies ecologically, economically, culturally and spiritually. Plant genetic resources in food systems provide the foundation of crop development and food security and promote resistance and resilience to environmental stresses inclu ...

SUBJECT: plant diversity; ex situ conservation; seed gene bank.; plant genetic resources

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Türkiye Süs Bitkileri Genetik Kaynakları

HASPOLAT, Gülden; et al. [2016]

The flora of Turkey, which is rich in biological diversity, contains many plants species including ornamental plants. Hundreds of species of ornamentals such as bulbs, rhizomes and tubers are also endemic plants. This study contains activities of ‘Ornamental Plant Genetic Resources Project’ that have been carried out since 1964 at Aegean Agricultural Research Institute (AARI). The aim of the s ...

SUBJECT: ornamental plants.; geophyte; endemic; genetic resources

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