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Sertaç Önde

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sertac@metu.edu.tr
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Department of Biology
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Population variation in drought resistance and its relationship with adaptive and physiological seedling traits in Turkish red pine (Pinus brutia Ten.)
Kandemir, Gaye; Önde, Sertaç; TEMEL, FATİH; Kaya, Zeki (2017-01-01)
Variation in drought resistance and its relationship with adaptive and physiological traits in forest trees are important in choosing suitable seed sources for reforestation and afforestation programs. A common garden expe...
MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY OF TRITICUM AND AEGILOPS GENERA BASED ON ITS AND MATK SEQUENCE DATA
Dizkırıcı, Ayten; Kansu, Çiğdem; Önde, Sertaç (2016-02-01)
Understanding the phylogenetic relationship between Triticum and Aegilops species, which form a vast gene pool of wheat, is very important for breeding new cultivated wheat varieties. In the present study, phylogenetic rel...
Phylogeny of cultivated and wild wheat species using ATR-FTIR spectroscopy
Demir, Pinar; Önde, Sertaç; Severcan, Feride (2015-01-25)
Within the last decade, an increasing amount of genetic data has been used to clarify the problems inherent in wheat taxonomy. The techniques for obtaining and analyzing these data are not only cumbersome, but also expensi...
Phylogenetic relationships among Triticum L. and Aegilops L. species as genome progenitors of bread wheat based on sequence diversity in trnT-F region of chloroplast DNA
Dizkirici, Ayten; Kansu, Cigdem; Önde, Sertaç; AVCI BİRSİN, MELAHAT; Ozgen, Murat; Kaya, Zeki (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2013-12-01)
Cultivated wheat, (Triticum aestivum L.), is one of the most important food crops in the world. The Aegilops L. genus is frequently utilized by plant breeders for improving the current wheat cultivars due to their close re...
Analysis of ancient DNA from in vitro grown tissues of 1600-year-old seeds revealed the species as Anagyris foetida
Ozgen, Murat; Ozdilek, Asli; BİRSİN, MELEHAT AVCI; Önde, Sertaç; ŞAHİN, DERYA; AÇIKGÖZ, Esvet; Kaya, Zeki (2012-12-01)
Seven ancient seeds, about 1600 years old, were found during an archaeological excavation in Asar Island which is located in south-western Turkey. These seeds were subjected to germination, in vitro callus induction and mo...
Phylogenetic differentiation of Aegilops and Triticum species by using ATR-FTIR spectroscopy
Demir, Pinar; Önde, Sertaç; Ozgen, Murat; AVCI BİRSİN, MELAHAT; SEVERCAN, FERİDE (2012-11-01)
Improved in vitro micropropagation method with adventitious corms and roots for endangered saffron
Zeybek, Evrim; Önde, Sertaç; Kaya, Zeki (2012-02-01)
The objective of this study was to investigate development of an efficient in vitro tissue culture system for saffron (Crocus sativus L.) complete with roots and corms. In indirect organogenesis, Murashige and Skoog (MS) m...
Indirect organogenesis from bud explants of Juniperus communis L.: Effects of genotype, gender, sampling time and growth regulator combinations
KOCER, Zeynep Ahsen; Gözen, Ayşe Gül; Önde, Sertaç; Kaya, Zeki (2011-01-01)
Common juniper (Juniperus communis L.) is a valuable tree species in forestry and source of many natural products. However, natural regeneration of common juniper is difficult. To develop micropropagation procedures for th...
Genetic Variation in Cold Hardiness and Phenology Between and Within Turkish Red Pine (Pinus brutia Ten.) Populations: Implications for Seed Transfer
Kandemir, Gaye; Kaya, Zeki; TEMEL, FATİH; Önde, Sertaç (2010-01-01)
Wind-pollinated seeds from 40 trees (half-sib families) were collected from each of six Turkish red pine (Pinus brutia Ten.) populations in southern Turkey. Two-year old seedlings were evaluated for growth, phenology and c...
The phylogenetic relationship between populations of marginally and sympatrically located Pinus halepensis Mill. and Pinus brutia Ten. in Turkey, based on the ITS-2 region
Tozkar, C. Ozge; Önde, Sertaç; Kaya, Zeki (2009-01-01)
Turkish red pine (Pinus brutia) is a widespread and important forest tree species in Turkey, occurring mainly in southern, western, and northwestern Turkey, while the natural occurrence of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis) is...