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A new species of Eupholidoptera Maran (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) from South Turkey
(Russian Academy of Sciences, Zoological Institute, 2019)
The Eastern Mediterranean Region of Turkey and Crete Island in Greece are richest in species of the genus Eupholidoptera with ten and eleven reported species, respectively. One additional new species, E. gocmeni sp. nov., ...
The cases of cholestatic hepatitis in the course of atypical Epstein-Barr Virus infection
Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) infection often causes a triad of fever, sore throat and adenopathy, referred to as Infectious M ononucleosis. Gastrointestinal manifestations are frequently present but often unrecognized. The aim ...
Housing markets and housing units problems in Turkey
(EuroJournals, Inc., 2008)
Domestic and international mortgage systems can play an important role in supplying good quality housing units and improving the quality of life in some shanty towns. Developed countries have operated strong mortgage system; ...
Three short-winged species of Chorthippus fieber from Turkey (Orthoptera : Acrididae : Gomphocerinae)
(Amer Entomol Soc, 2005)
Chorthippus demokidovi (Ramme), C. satunini Uvarov and C. taurensis Sirin and Ciplak are studied from Turkey. A key to the three species is prepared. Illustrations and comparisons with their allies are given.
A new species of Alkanna Tausch (Boraginaceae) from south-west Anatolia
(Academic Press Ltd, 1999)
A new species of Alkanna Tausch, A. mughlae H. Duman, Guner & H. Sagban sp. nov., is described and illustrated. The species is restricted to the south-western corner of Anatolia growing on coastal limestone cliffs. Diagnostic ...
Soil and site factors influencing purple-flowered rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum L.) and eastern beech forests (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) in Turkey
(Elsevier Science Bv, 2004)
Eastern beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) is the major timber species growing in the Black Sea Region (BSR) forests of Turkey. Purple-flowered rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum L.) is native to the region and currently ...
Growth responses of six seed sources of Pinus brutia Ten. (Turkish red pine) to herbaceous weed competition
(Kluwer Academic Publ, 2003)
Herbaceous weeds present a major obstacle to foresters in the early establishment and growth of Turkish red pine (Pinus brutia Ten.), an important conifer of the semi-arid Mediterranean region. Great genetic variability ...
Dermatophytes in the rural area of Duzce, Turkey
(Blackwell Verlag Gmbh, 2004)
A total of 227 subjects (112 were male and 115 female), who were residents of the rural region of Duzce, were examined for dermatomycosis. A total of 120 samples (47 nail fragments, 73 skin scales) were collected from 81 ...
Tettigoniidae (Orthoptera) from Turkey and the Middle East
(Amer Entomol Soc, 2006)
A rich material which consists of the unidentified specimens preserved in the Natural History Museum London; Naturhistorisches Museum Wien and the specimens collected from Turkey by the author, is studied. Eighty-eight ...
Statistical modeling of spatio-temporal variability in monthly average daily solar radiation over Turkey
(Molecular Diversity Preservation Int, 2007)
Though one of the most significant driving forces behind ecological processes such as biogeochemical cycles and energy flows, solar radiation data are limited or nonexistent by conventional ground-based measurements, and ...