Year 2019, Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages 13 - 17 2019-05-01

Samsun İli’ndeki Bazı Doğal ve Egzotik Ağaç ve Çalı Türlerinde Arsenik Birikimi
Arsenic accumulation in some natural and exotic tree and shrub species in Samsun Provience (Turkey)

Ali DEMİRAYAK [1] , Hamdi Güray KUTBAY [2] , Burak SÜRMEN [3] , Dudu Duygu KILIÇ [4]

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Metalloidlerin özellikle arsenik (As) biyoakümülasyonunun kentsel ve kırsal alanlardaki doğal ve egzotik ağaç ve çalı türlerindeki konsantrasyonları pek çalışılmamıştır. Arsenik metaloidinin en önemli kaynaklarından biri taşıt emisyonları ve kömür yanmasıdır. Samsun ilindeki bazı doğal ve egzotik ağaç ve çalı türlerinde arsenik metaloidinin biyolojik birikimi incelenmiştir. Kirlilik gibi çalışmaların çoğu kurşun kirleticileri gibi yoğun kirlenmiş ortamlarda gerçekleştirilmiştir. Ancak, bu çalışmada kentsel ve kırsal ortamlarda bulunan bazı doğal ve egzotik ağaç ve çalı türlerinde yüksek arsenik konsantrasyonları bulunmuştur. İncelenen tüm türlerden, M. grandiflora dallarının en yüksek As konsantrasyonnuna sahip olduğu bulunmuştur. E. camaldulensis, P. abies, A. cyanophylla, C. vitalba ve L. vulgare türlerinde dal ve çiçeklere göre yapraklarda arsenik konsantrasyonu yüksek iken, O. europaea ve M. grandiflora türlerinde ise dalların yüksek arsenik konsantrasyonlarına sahip olduğu bulunmuştur. Samsun şehir merkezi ve Atakum'da E. camaldulensis ve A. cyanophylla türlerinin yapraklarında benzer yüksek oranda arsenik konsantarasyonu bulunmuştur. M. grandiflora dalları ve L. vulgare yapraklarının yüksek arsenik konsantrasyonlarına sahip olmasından dolayı bu türler biyo-izleme çalışmalarında kullanılabileceği belirlenmiştir.

The bioaccumulation of metalloids especially arsenic (As) concentrations in urban and suburban environments and bioaccumulation of As in natural and exotic tree and shrub species are not well-documented. One of the most significant sources of As are vehicular emissions and coal combustion. The bioaccumulation of As in some natural and exotic tree and shrub species in Samsun and Atakum in Central Black Sea Region of Turkey is studied. Most of the studies about As pollution were carried out in heavily polluted environments such as lead smelters. However, high As concentrations were found for some natural and exotic tree and shrub species in urban and suburban environments in this study. It has been found that M. grandiflora twigs had the highest As concentrations in all of the studied species. Leaf As concentrations were found to be high in E. camaldulensis, P. abies, A. cyanophylla, C. vitalba, and L. vulgare as compared to twigs and flowers, while twigs of O. europaea and M. grandiflora had high As concentrations in Samsun center. E. camaldulensis and A. cyanophylla had high As concentrations in their leaves in Atakum similar to Samsun city center. M. grandiflora twigs and L. vulgare leaves can be used for biomonitoring studies due to high As concentrations in their tissues.
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Primary Language en
Subjects Biology
Published Date 2019
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Ali DEMİRAYAK
Institution: ONDOKUZ MAYIS UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Author: Hamdi Güray KUTBAY
Institution: ONDOKUZ MAYIS UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Author: Burak SÜRMEN (Primary Author)
Institution: KARAMANOĞLU MEHMETBEY ÜNİVERSİTESİ, KAMİL ÖZDAĞ FEN FAKÜLTESİ
Country: Turkey


Author: Dudu Duygu KILIÇ
Institution: AMASYA UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date: May 1, 2019

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APA DEMİRAYAK, A , KUTBAY, H , SÜRMEN, B , KILIÇ, D . (2019). Arsenic accumulation in some natural and exotic tree and shrub species in Samsun Provience (Turkey). Anatolian Journal of Botany, 3 (1), 13-17. DOI: 10.30616/ajb.499141
MLA DEMİRAYAK, A , KUTBAY, H , SÜRMEN, B , KILIÇ, D . "Arsenic accumulation in some natural and exotic tree and shrub species in Samsun Provience (Turkey)". Anatolian Journal of Botany 3 (2019): 13-17 <http://dergipark.org.tr/ajb/issue/40746/499141>
Chicago DEMİRAYAK, A , KUTBAY, H , SÜRMEN, B , KILIÇ, D . "Arsenic accumulation in some natural and exotic tree and shrub species in Samsun Provience (Turkey)". Anatolian Journal of Botany 3 (2019): 13-17
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ISNAD DEMİRAYAK, Ali , KUTBAY, Hamdi Güray , SÜRMEN, Burak , KILIÇ, Dudu Duygu . "Arsenic accumulation in some natural and exotic tree and shrub species in Samsun Provience (Turkey)". Anatolian Journal of Botany 3 / 1 (May 2019): 13-17. https://doi.org/10.30616/ajb.499141
AMA DEMİRAYAK A , KUTBAY H , SÜRMEN B , KILIÇ D . Arsenic accumulation in some natural and exotic tree and shrub species in Samsun Provience (Turkey). Ant J Bot. 2019; 3(1): 13-17.
Vancouver DEMİRAYAK A , KUTBAY H , SÜRMEN B , KILIÇ D . Arsenic accumulation in some natural and exotic tree and shrub species in Samsun Provience (Turkey). Anatolian Journal of Botany. 2019; 3(1): 17-13.