Year 2019, Volume 15, Issue 2, Pages 252 - 261 2019-06-14

Balıklarda Feromonlar
Pheromones in Fishes

Gülsemin ŞEN AĞILKAYA [1] , Sahire KARAYTUĞ [2] , İsa ŞEN [3]

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Feromonlar aynı türün bireyleri arasında iletişimde yer alan eksternal olarak salgılanan organik bileşiklerdir. Bireylerin grup oluşturmaları ve tanınmaları, alarm iletişimi, ebeveyn-yavru tanıma, cinsel cazibe, üreme başarısı ve göç gibi senkronize edilen pek çok yaşamsal faaliyetler, balıklarda feromonlar tarafından şekillendirilmektedir. Balıkların sahip oldukları feromonları; Alarm Feromonları, Göç Feromonları, Eşey Feromonları ve İletişim (Sosyal) Feromonları olarak ayırmak ve bunların nitelikleri hakkında bilgi sahibi olmak mümkündür. Feromonlar hakkında yeterli düzeyde bilgi sahibi olunması ile su ürünleri yetiştiriciliğinde kuluçkahane yönetimi uygulamalarında feromonlardan yararlanılabilmesi mümkün olacaktır. Gelecek dönemlerde spesifik feromonların kullanımı sayesinde su ürünleri yetiştiriciliğinde hormon ve ilaç kullanımından kaynaklanan zararlar azaltılabilecektir. Kimyasal belirteçler, kanibalizm inhibitörleri, büyüme stimülatörleri, seçici cezbediciler ve yemlere eklenen feromonlar kullanılarak nesli tükenmekte olan türlerin korunması ve sürdürülebilir üretim imkânı ortaya çıkacaktır. Ayrıca feromonların, su ürünleri yetiştiriciliğinde yeni türlerin üretimi için adaptasyon çalışmalarına da katkı getireceği ileri sürülebilir.

Pheromones are externally secreted organic compounds that are involved in the communication between the individuals of same species. Many life activities, such as group formation and recognition of individual, alarm communication, parentchild recognition, sexual attraction, as well as synchronized reproduction success and migration in fish are shaped by the pheromones. Pheromones of fishes can be classified as follows; Alarm Pheromones, Migration Pheromones, Sex Pheromones, Communication (Social) Pheromones. Having enough knowledge about pheromones, it will be possible to utilize pheromones in the implementation of incubation management in aquaculture. In the future, the use of specific pheromones will reduce the damage caused by hormone and drug use in aquaculture. Using chemical markers, cannibalism inhibitors, growth stimulators, selective attractants and pheromones added to feeds will provide protection and sustainable production possibilities for endangered species. It can also be argued that pheromones will also contribute to adaptation studies for the production of new species in aquaculture.

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Author: Gülsemin ŞEN AĞILKAYA (Primary Author)
Institution: MERSİN ÜNİVERSİTESİ

Author: Sahire KARAYTUĞ
Institution: MERSİN ÜNİVERSİTESİ

Author: İsa ŞEN
Institution: MERSİN ÜNİVERSİTESİ

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Publication Date: June 14, 2019

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