Mert Kükrer

E-mail
kukrer@metu.edu.tr
Department
Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences
Climate Change Prompts Monitoring and Systematic Utilization of Honey Bee Diversity in Turkey
Kükrer, Mert; Bilgin, Cemal Can (2020-7-01)
Quantitative studies concerning the impact of climate change on pollinators are generally lacking. Relationship between honey bee diversity, present local adaptations and adaptive capacity of subspecies and ecotypes in the...
Genetic structure – geography relations of honeybee subspecies in Turkey: a survey and a test of niche overlap
Kükrer, Mert; Turak, Ayşe; Bilgin, Cemal Can (null; 2019-08-01)
Phylogeography of Turkish Honeybees (Apis mellifera L.) Based on mtDNA Sequences
Çelikgil, Atila; Kükrer, Mert; Bilgin, Cemal Can (null; 2019-07-09)
There are 26 recognized subspecies of honeybees throughout the world and 5 of them are distributed in Turkey. Due to the migratory beekeepers and queen trade practices in addition to other anthropogenic factors, population...
Muğla Bal Arısında (Apis mellifera anatoliaca) Amerikan Yavru Çürüklüğü Hastalığına Karşı Direnç Geliştirilmesi
Oskay, Devrim; Kükrer, Mert; Kence, Aykut (2019-6-01)
Bal arıları, yabani ve kültüre alınmış bitkilerin tozlaşması için önemlidir. Bal arısı hastalıkları ve zararlıları yaygın kullanılan kimyasallara karşı dirençli hale gelmiştir. Kovandaki hastalıklara karşı sürekli güvenle ...
Adaptive Traits of Turkish Honeybee Subspecies in Response to Climate: A Survey and a Test of Niche Overlap
Kükrer, Mert; Turak, Ayşe; Bilgin, Cemal Can (2017-09-28)
A Survey of Niche Overlap and Adaptive Trait Responses of Turkish Honeybee Subspecies to Climate
Kükrer, Mert; Turak, Ayşe; Bilgin, Cemal Can (2016-11-05)
Adaptive traits of Turkish honeybee subspecies in response to climate A survey and a test of niche overlap
Kükrer, Mert; Turak, Ayşe Suzan; Bilgin, Cemal Can (null; 2016-09-01)
Honey Bee Health in Turkey.
Kence, Aykut; Arslan, Okan Can; Kayım, Mehmet; Tozkar, Cansu Özge; Kükrer, Mert; Yücel, Banu (2015-09-21)
Genetic impact of anthropogenic factors on honey bee diversity in Turkey
Kükrer, Mert; Kence, Meral; Kence, Aykut (null; 2015-08-07)
Intense admixture of honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) populations is mostly attributed to migratory beekeeping practices and replacement of queens or colonies with non-native races or hybrids of different subspecies. These tw...
Breeding Muğla bee against diseases.
Oskay, Devrim; Kence, Aykut; Kükrer, Mert; Ferek, Övgü; İvgin Tunca, Rahşan (null; 2014-09-05)
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