Genetic relationship analysis of bead wheat varieties by using simple sequence repeat markers.

Büyükünal-Bal, Emel Banu


Genetic diversity pattern in female and male trees of populus euphratica populations sampled from Göksu river basin
Nebioğlu, Nehir; Kaya, Zeki; Department of Biology (2021-1-3)
Populus euphratica, one of the four Populusspecies naturally distributed in Southern and Southeastern Turkey, can survive under extreme conditions like high temperatures, low moisture, salty and calciferous soils. P. euphratica carries great significance for both the sustainability of a healthy river ecosystem and the supply of renewable energy resources. Meanwhile, due to the continuous increase in the human population, water resources decrease, and habitat destruction becomes unavoidable for this species....
Genetic differentiation of Abies equi-trojani (Asch. & Sint. ex Boiss) Mattf. populations from Kazdaǧι, Turkey and the genetic relationship between Turkish firs belonging to the Abies nordmanniana Spach complex
Kaya, Zeki; Neale, David Brian (2008-02-05)
The present study aimed to test the utility of RAPD (randomly amplified polymorphic DNA) and cpSSR (simple sequence repeats) markers for in situ gene conservation programs for fir species, as well as for determining the genetic similarities between the Abies nordmanniana Spach species complex (A. nordmanniana, A. bornmuelleriana Matff., A. equi-trojani (Asch. & Sint. ex Boiss) Mattf.) and between populations of A. equi-trojani, which is a narrow-endemic to Turkey. For this purpose, DNA was extracted and poo...
Genetic diversity differences between parental and progeny population of populus euphratica populations in a fragmented river ecosystem
Çelik, Mert; Kaya, Zeki; Department of Biology (2021-2-15)
Euphrates poplar, also known as desert poplar in the literature, grows along riverbanks in arid and semi-arid regions and is well-known for its high tolerance to broad temperature changes, drought, and soils with high salt content. The presence of healthy Euphrates poplar forests in riparian ecosystems is of high importance due to their direct effect on local biodiversity as being pioneer species within their habitats. In addition to its positive impact on biodiversity, the species’ healthy and unfragmented...
Genetic differentiation between clone collections and natural populations of European black poplar (Populus nigra L.) in turkey
Çiftçi, Asiye; Kucukosmanoglu, Filiz; Karahan, Alptekin; Kaya, Zeki (2017-06-01)
The European black poplar (Populus nigra L.) is an ecologically and economically important tree species for Turkey. The important and major genetic resources of species for future breeding and ex situ conservation purposes have been archived in a clone bank in Ankara by selecting clones from natural populations and old plantations throughout Turkey. There is no study to date assessing genetic composition these materials. Two-hundred-thirty-three P. nigra clones from six geographic region of Turkey (clone co...
Genetic variation in wood specific gravity of half-sib families of Pinus nigra subsp pallasiana tested at the juvenile stage: Implications for early selection
Kaya, Zeki; Temerit, A; Vurdu, H (2003-01-01)
Seeds from 7 populations (total of 281 half-sib families, progeny test) and 35 seed stands (provenance test) representing natural range of Anatolian black pine (Pinus nigra subsp. pallasiana) were sown in a forest nursery in Ankara in 1990 and raised until age 3. Stem wood specific gravity (WSG) of all seedlings was determined at age of 3. The results of this study indicated that WSG did not vary significantly neither among the 7 populations (ranging from 0.41 to 0.42) nor among 35 seed stands (ranging from...
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E. B. Büyükünal-Bal, “Genetic relationship analysis of bead wheat varieties by using simple sequence repeat markers.,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 2001.