Genetic analysis of north eastern Mediterranean populations of green sea turtle and loggerhead sea turtle

Oğul, Fatıma N
Karahan, Arzu
Beton Snape, Damla
Canbolat, Ali Fuat
Sönmez, Bektaş
Snape, Robin
Kıdeyş, Ahmet Erkan
Özkan, Korhan


Genetic analysis of North-Eastern Mediterranean populations of green sea turtle and loggerhead sea turtle
Oğul, Fatıma Nur; Karahan, Arzu; Beton Snape, Damla; Canbolat, Ali Fuat; Sönmez, Bektaş; Snape, Robın; Kıdeyş, Ahmet Erkan; Özkan, Korhan (2016-09-01)
Genetic structure of modern and ancient swordfish populations from coasts of Turkey
Yüncü, Eren; Togan, İnci Zehra; Department of Biology (2017)
In this study, partial mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) and 8 microsatellite loci of swordfish collected from Northern Levantine Sea and Northern Aegean Sea were analyzed. Also same mtDNA region of ancient swordfish samples unearthed from Yenikapı excavation were sequenced. Obtained sequences were evaluated comparatively with the sequences from Balearic Sea, Ligurian Sea, Ionian Sea and Southern Aegean Sea, available in databases. Analysis of the molecular variance revealed a significant differentiation between We...
Genetic structure of the breeding Audouin’s gull (Larus audouinii) in the Mediterranean
Yapan, Batuhan Çağrı; Perktaş, Utku; Karahan, Arzu; Oro, Daniel; Guinart, Meritxel; Özkan, Korhan (null; 2017-08-12)
Genetic evidences for the impact of anthropogenic factors on honey bee diversity
Kükrer, Mert; Kence, Meral; Kence, Aykut (2017-06-01)
Intense admixture of honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) populations is mostly attributed to migratory beekeeping practices and replacement of queens and colonies with non-native races or hybrids of different subspecies. These two practices are also heavily carried out in Anatolia and Thrace where 5 subspecies reside naturally. Here, we carried out an analysis of population structure of honey bees sampled from six different regions (n = 250) in order to test the genetic impacts of migratory beekeeping, queen and...
Genetic divergence and evolution of reproductive isolation in eastern mediterranean water frogs
Plötner, Jörg; Uzzel, Thomas; Beerli, Peter; Akın Pekşen, Çiğdem; Bilgin, Cemal Can; Haefeli, Cornelia; Ohst, Torsten; Köhler, Frank; Schreiber, Robert; Guex, Gaston; Litvinchuk, Sn; Westeway, Rob; Reyer, Heinzulrich; Hotz, Hansjürg (Springer, 2010-01-01)
Water frogs [genus Pelophylax (Rana)] that occur around the eastern Mediterranean Sea provide an opportunity to study early stages of speciation. The geography of the eastern Mediterranean region has changed dramatically since the Middle Miocene as a result of motions of adjoining lithospheric plates and regional-scale vertical crustal motions (uplift and subsidence). For several hundred thousand years between 6 and 5 million years ago (Mya), the Mediterranean basin was isolated from the Atlantic Ocean, and...
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F. N. Oğul et al., “Genetic analysis of north eastern Mediterranean populations of green sea turtle and loggerhead sea turtle,” 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: