Phylogenetic and phylogeographic resolution of Botrylloides leachii (Savigny, 1816) in Northeastern Mediterranean

Temiz, B.
Ozturk, E.
Karahan, Arzu


Metagenomics of the northeastern Mediterranean; cave and marine habitats
Karahan, Arzu; GOKDAG, K.; Kıdeyş, Ahmet Erkan; Derviş Öztürk, Elif (2018-01-01)
Whole genome sequencing and gene editing via silencing RNA in some botryllid ascidians
Ogul, F. N.; Karahan, Arzu (2020-01-01)
First record of non-indigenous Botrylloides anceps (Herdman, 1891) species along the Turkish Levantine Coasts, Confirmed by DNA Barcoding
Temiz, Berivan; Karahan, Arzu (null; 2019-07-30)
There are nearly 3000 Ascidian species identified and they are all found in seas. However, the studies on tunicates on Turkish coasts are limited; thus, not much known about the ascidian fauna of Turkish Seas. In this study, presence of the Botrylloides anceps (Herdman, 1891) species along the Mediterranean coast of Turkey has been proven by application of DNA barcoding tool for the first time. Sampling was performed in coastal area of the Hatay-Konacık region on 26 September 2018. Mitochondrial Cytochrome ...
Evolutionary relationships among Astragalus species native to Turkey
Dizkırıcı, Ayten; Kaya, Zeki; Department of Biology (2012)
Evolutionary relationships within and among three Astragalus sections (Incani DC., Hypoglottidei DC., and Dissitiflori DC.) that were native to Turkey were inferred from variations of nucleotide sequences of both chloroplast and nuclear genome regions. In the current study, Fifty-six species included in the three Astragalus sections were utilized to figure out phylogenetic relationships and estimate evolutionary divergence time based on DNA sequence of trnL intron (trnL5’-L3’) , trnL3’-F(GAA) (trnL-F interg...
Molecular phylogenetic position of Turkish abies (pinaceae) based on noncoding trn regions of chloroplast genome
Özdemir Değirmenci, Funda; Kaya, Zeki; Department of Biology (2011)
Abies is the second largest genus of family Pinaceae (after Pinus), consisting of about 51 species, all native to the Northern Hemisphere. There are six native taxa belonging to this genus growing in pure and mixed stands in Turkey. Abies cilicica subsp. isaurica, Abies nordmanniana subsp. bornmülleriana, Abies nordmanniana subsp. equi-trojani, Abies x olcayana are endemic and considered as lower risk (LR) species. To determine the genetic relationships in Turkish firs, 18 populations of different subspecie...
Citation Formats
B. Temiz, E. Ozturk, and A. Karahan, “Phylogenetic and phylogeographic resolution of Botrylloides leachii (Savigny, 1816) in Northeastern Mediterranean,” ISJ-INVERTEBRATE SURVIVAL JOURNAL, pp. 29–29, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: