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Year 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, 341 - 346, 04.09.2021
https://doi.org/10.15832/ankutbd.657045

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  • Benkaci A F, Baaliouamer A, Meklati B Y & Chemat F (2007). Chemical composition of seed essential oils from Algerian Nigella sativa extracted by microwave and hydrodistillation. Flavour Fragrance Journal 22: 148-153
  • Bourgou S, Pichette A, Marzouk B & Legault J (2010). Bioactivities of black cumin essential oil and its main terpenes from Tunisia. South African Journal of Botany 76: 210-216.
  • Bugbee B G & Salisbury F B (1988). Exploring the limits of crop productivity. Plant Physiology 88(3): 869-878
  • Ertaş M E (2016). Determination of agrononmic and quality traits of black cumin genotypes (Nigella sp.) growing winter and summer planted in Tokat kazova conditions. M.Sc. Thesis, Gaziosmanpaşa University Natural and Applied Sciences, p: 49, Tokat (in Turkish)
  • Ghamarnia H & Jalili Z (2013). Water stress effects on different black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) components in a semi-arid region. International Journal of Agronomy and Plant Production 4(4): 753-762
  • Güler T, Dalkılıç B, Ertas O N & Çiftçi M (2006). The effect of dietary black cumin seeds (Nigella Sativa L.) on the performance of broilers. Asian-Austuralasian Journal of Animal Sciences 19(3): 425-430
  • Işık S, Kartal M & Erdem S A (2017). Quantitative analysis of thymoquinone in Nigella sativa L. (black cumin) seeds and commercial seed oils and seed oil capsules from Turkey. Ankara University Journal of Pharmacy Faculity 41(1): 34-41
  • Kar Y, Sen N &Tekeli Y (2007). Investigation of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) seeds cultivated in region Samsun and country of Egypt in terms of antioxidant activity. Suleyman Demirel University Journal of Science 2(2): 197-203
  • Kara N, Katar D & Baydar H (2015). Yield and quality of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) Populations: The effect of ecological condtions. Turkish Journal of Field Crops 20(1): 9-14
  • Kara N (2017). The effect on grain yield and its nutrition content of harvest at different stages of seed maturity in buckwheat. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 26 (12): 7451-7457
  • Karim M, Himel R M, Ferdush J & Zakaria M (2017). Effect of irrigation levels on yield performance of black cumin. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology 2(2): 960-966
  • Kulan E G, Turan Y S, Gülmezoğlu N, Kara İ & Aytaç Z (2012). Some agronomic and quality characteristics of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) grown in semiarid conditions. Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Symposium,13-15 September, Tokat, pp.177-181, (in Turkish)
  • Mahmoudvand H, Sepahvand A, Jahanbakhsh S, Ezatpour B & Ayatollahi M S A (2014). Evaluation of antifungal activities of the essential oil and various extracts of Nigella Sativa and its main component, thymoquinone against pathogenic dermatophyte strains. Journal de Mycologie Médicale 24: 155-161
  • Mazaheri Y, Torbati M, Azadmard D S & Savage G P (2019). A comprehensive review of the physicochemical, quality and nutritional properties of Nigella sativa oil. Food Reviews International 35(4): 342–362
  • Mohammadi K S, Rahimi A & Zartoshti M R (2016). The effect of micronutrients (Fe, Zn, B, and Mn) applied to the leaf on oil content and fatty acid composition of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) in winter sowing condition. ÇOMU Journal of Agricultre Faculty 4(2): 87–93
  • Omidbaigi R, Hadjiakhoondi A & Saharkhiz M (2003). Changes in content and chemical composition of Pimpinella anisum at various harvest time. Journal of Essential Oil-Bearing Plants 6: 46–50
  • Özel A (2008). Anise (Pimpinella anisum): Changes in yields and component composition on harvesting at different stages of plant maturity. Explanation Agriculture 45: 117-126.
  • Özgüven M & Şekeroğlu N (2007). Agricultural practices for high yield and quality of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) cultivated in Turkey. Acta Horticulturae 756:329-337
  • Palabıyık G A & Aytaç Z (2018). Chemical composition of the fixed and essential oils of Nigella sativa L. from Turkey. Current Perspectives on Medicinal & Aromatic Plants 1: 19-27
  • Ramadan M F (2007) Nutritional value, functional properties and nutraceutical applications of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) oilseeds: An overview. International Journal of Food Science and Technology 42: 1208–1218
  • Sadeghi S, Rahnavard A & Ashrafi Z Y (2009). Study importance of sowing date and plant density affect on black cumin yield. Botany Research International 2(2): 94-98
  • Seham M, El-Gamal A & Ahmed H M I (2017). Influence of different maturity stages on fruit yield and essential oil content of some Apiaceae family plants B: Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.). Journal of Plant Production 8(1): 127-133
  • Selicioğlu M (2018). Determination of agronomical and quality characters of some black cumin (Nigella sp.) populations in Kırsehir ecological conditions. M.Sc. Thesis, Suleyman Demirel University Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences Department of Field Crops, p: 36, Isparta (in Turkish)
  • Seyyedan P, Daneshian J, Mirza M, Maleki A & Alireza S (2014). The effect of nitrogen chemical fertilizer and zinc sulfate application on yield and its components of Nigella sativa L. under different humidity conditions. Bulletin Environmet Pharmacology Life Science 3(2): 92-99
  • Sultana S, Das B, Rudra B C, Das G & Alam M B (2018). Effect of date of sowing on productivity of black cumin. International Journal of Current Microbiology Applied Science 7(1): 1796-1800
  • Telci İ (1995). Eefect on yield, yield componnets and some plant traits of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) of diffrent sowing rate in Tokat conditions. M.Sc. Thesis, Gaziosmanpaşa University Natural and Applied Sciences, p: 37, Tokat (in Turkish)
  • Telci İ, Demirtas İ & Sahin A (2009). Variation in plant properties and essential oil composition of sweet fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.) fruits during stages of maturity. Industrial Crops and Products 30: 126-130
  • Telci İ, Yağlioğlu A S, Eser F, Aksit H, Demirtaş İ & Tekin S (2014). Comparison of seed oil composition of Nigella sativa L. and N. damascena L. during seed maturation stages. Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society 91: 1723-1729
  • Toncer O & Kızıl S (2004). Effect of seed rate on agronomic and technologic characters of Nigella sativa L. International Journal of Agriculture & Biology 3: 529-532
  • Tunçtürk R, Tunçtürk M & Çiftçi V (2012). The effects of varying nitrogen doses on yield and some yield components of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.). Advances in Environmental Biology 6(2): 855-858

Effect on Yield and Some Quality Characteristics of Seed Harvest at Different Stages of Maturity in Nigella sativa L.

Year 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, 341 - 346, 04.09.2021
https://doi.org/10.15832/ankutbd.657045

Abstract

Nigella sativa L. is a significant medicinal and aromatic plant due to the usage of both its seed and fixed oil. The aim of the study is to investigate the effects on seed yield, various yield components, fixed and essential oil content, and chemical composition (2018 year) of black cumin when harvesting the seed at four different stages of maturity. These stages were 25% (SH1), 50% (SH2), 75% (SH3) and 100% (SH4) browning of capsules. Two-year field experiments (2017 and 2018) were set up according to a randomized complete block design with triplicate, using a black cumin population obtained from the Burdur province under Isparta ecological conditions.Significant statistical differences were found among the harvest stages in regards to the seed yield, plant height and the thousand-seed weight, while no differences were found in the numbers of capsules and branches, essential oil and fixed oil contents in both experimental years. Seed yield and its components increased during the harvest stage up to SH3, while essential oil and fixed oil contents decreased insignificantly from SH1 to SH4 in both years. According to the combined years; plant height, the number of capsules, the number of branches, the 1000 seed weight, seed yields, essential oil and fixed oil contents varied between 38.3-42.5 cm, 6.03-6.85 capsule plant-1, 6.50-6.91 branches plant-1, 2.30-2.57 g, 307.3-542.3 kg ha-1, 0.087-0.101% and 31.14-32.69%, respectively. The main components of black cumin essential oil were characterized by cymol (25.01-26.90%), thymoquinone (2.39-4.41%), carvacrol (10.12-10.41%), junipene (5.33-6.66%), Δ-3-carene (5.55-8.71%), β-pinene (2.98-3.65), trans-sabinene hydrate (8.02-11.93%) and α-thujene (7.82-9.42%) according to harvest stages in the 2018 season. Considering the present results, SH3 stage was advised because of its higher seed yield. The contents of essential oil composition of black cumin varied according to harvest stages. 

References

  • Arslan Y, Katar D & Subaşı İ (2012). Effect of different sowing dates in black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) on yield and some plant properties. Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Symposium,13-15 September, Tokat, pp. 132-139 (in Turkish)
  • Baytop T (1984). Therapy with Medicinal Plants in Turkey. Publications of the Istanbul University No: 3255, p. 480, Istanbul (in Turkish)
  • Benkaci A F, Baaliouamer A, Meklati B Y & Chemat F (2007). Chemical composition of seed essential oils from Algerian Nigella sativa extracted by microwave and hydrodistillation. Flavour Fragrance Journal 22: 148-153
  • Bourgou S, Pichette A, Marzouk B & Legault J (2010). Bioactivities of black cumin essential oil and its main terpenes from Tunisia. South African Journal of Botany 76: 210-216.
  • Bugbee B G & Salisbury F B (1988). Exploring the limits of crop productivity. Plant Physiology 88(3): 869-878
  • Ertaş M E (2016). Determination of agrononmic and quality traits of black cumin genotypes (Nigella sp.) growing winter and summer planted in Tokat kazova conditions. M.Sc. Thesis, Gaziosmanpaşa University Natural and Applied Sciences, p: 49, Tokat (in Turkish)
  • Ghamarnia H & Jalili Z (2013). Water stress effects on different black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) components in a semi-arid region. International Journal of Agronomy and Plant Production 4(4): 753-762
  • Güler T, Dalkılıç B, Ertas O N & Çiftçi M (2006). The effect of dietary black cumin seeds (Nigella Sativa L.) on the performance of broilers. Asian-Austuralasian Journal of Animal Sciences 19(3): 425-430
  • Işık S, Kartal M & Erdem S A (2017). Quantitative analysis of thymoquinone in Nigella sativa L. (black cumin) seeds and commercial seed oils and seed oil capsules from Turkey. Ankara University Journal of Pharmacy Faculity 41(1): 34-41
  • Kar Y, Sen N &Tekeli Y (2007). Investigation of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) seeds cultivated in region Samsun and country of Egypt in terms of antioxidant activity. Suleyman Demirel University Journal of Science 2(2): 197-203
  • Kara N, Katar D & Baydar H (2015). Yield and quality of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) Populations: The effect of ecological condtions. Turkish Journal of Field Crops 20(1): 9-14
  • Kara N (2017). The effect on grain yield and its nutrition content of harvest at different stages of seed maturity in buckwheat. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 26 (12): 7451-7457
  • Karim M, Himel R M, Ferdush J & Zakaria M (2017). Effect of irrigation levels on yield performance of black cumin. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology 2(2): 960-966
  • Kulan E G, Turan Y S, Gülmezoğlu N, Kara İ & Aytaç Z (2012). Some agronomic and quality characteristics of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) grown in semiarid conditions. Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Symposium,13-15 September, Tokat, pp.177-181, (in Turkish)
  • Mahmoudvand H, Sepahvand A, Jahanbakhsh S, Ezatpour B & Ayatollahi M S A (2014). Evaluation of antifungal activities of the essential oil and various extracts of Nigella Sativa and its main component, thymoquinone against pathogenic dermatophyte strains. Journal de Mycologie Médicale 24: 155-161
  • Mazaheri Y, Torbati M, Azadmard D S & Savage G P (2019). A comprehensive review of the physicochemical, quality and nutritional properties of Nigella sativa oil. Food Reviews International 35(4): 342–362
  • Mohammadi K S, Rahimi A & Zartoshti M R (2016). The effect of micronutrients (Fe, Zn, B, and Mn) applied to the leaf on oil content and fatty acid composition of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) in winter sowing condition. ÇOMU Journal of Agricultre Faculty 4(2): 87–93
  • Omidbaigi R, Hadjiakhoondi A & Saharkhiz M (2003). Changes in content and chemical composition of Pimpinella anisum at various harvest time. Journal of Essential Oil-Bearing Plants 6: 46–50
  • Özel A (2008). Anise (Pimpinella anisum): Changes in yields and component composition on harvesting at different stages of plant maturity. Explanation Agriculture 45: 117-126.
  • Özgüven M & Şekeroğlu N (2007). Agricultural practices for high yield and quality of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) cultivated in Turkey. Acta Horticulturae 756:329-337
  • Palabıyık G A & Aytaç Z (2018). Chemical composition of the fixed and essential oils of Nigella sativa L. from Turkey. Current Perspectives on Medicinal & Aromatic Plants 1: 19-27
  • Ramadan M F (2007) Nutritional value, functional properties and nutraceutical applications of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) oilseeds: An overview. International Journal of Food Science and Technology 42: 1208–1218
  • Sadeghi S, Rahnavard A & Ashrafi Z Y (2009). Study importance of sowing date and plant density affect on black cumin yield. Botany Research International 2(2): 94-98
  • Seham M, El-Gamal A & Ahmed H M I (2017). Influence of different maturity stages on fruit yield and essential oil content of some Apiaceae family plants B: Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.). Journal of Plant Production 8(1): 127-133
  • Selicioğlu M (2018). Determination of agronomical and quality characters of some black cumin (Nigella sp.) populations in Kırsehir ecological conditions. M.Sc. Thesis, Suleyman Demirel University Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences Department of Field Crops, p: 36, Isparta (in Turkish)
  • Seyyedan P, Daneshian J, Mirza M, Maleki A & Alireza S (2014). The effect of nitrogen chemical fertilizer and zinc sulfate application on yield and its components of Nigella sativa L. under different humidity conditions. Bulletin Environmet Pharmacology Life Science 3(2): 92-99
  • Sultana S, Das B, Rudra B C, Das G & Alam M B (2018). Effect of date of sowing on productivity of black cumin. International Journal of Current Microbiology Applied Science 7(1): 1796-1800
  • Telci İ (1995). Eefect on yield, yield componnets and some plant traits of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.) of diffrent sowing rate in Tokat conditions. M.Sc. Thesis, Gaziosmanpaşa University Natural and Applied Sciences, p: 37, Tokat (in Turkish)
  • Telci İ, Demirtas İ & Sahin A (2009). Variation in plant properties and essential oil composition of sweet fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.) fruits during stages of maturity. Industrial Crops and Products 30: 126-130
  • Telci İ, Yağlioğlu A S, Eser F, Aksit H, Demirtaş İ & Tekin S (2014). Comparison of seed oil composition of Nigella sativa L. and N. damascena L. during seed maturation stages. Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society 91: 1723-1729
  • Toncer O & Kızıl S (2004). Effect of seed rate on agronomic and technologic characters of Nigella sativa L. International Journal of Agriculture & Biology 3: 529-532
  • Tunçtürk R, Tunçtürk M & Çiftçi V (2012). The effects of varying nitrogen doses on yield and some yield components of black cumin (Nigella sativa L.). Advances in Environmental Biology 6(2): 855-858

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Primary Language English
Subjects Engineering
Journal Section Makaleler
Authors

Nimet KARA (Primary Author)
ISPARTA UYGULAMALI BİLİMLER ÜNİVERSİTESİ, TARIM BİLİMLERİ VE TEKNOLOJİLERİ FAKÜLTESİ
0000-0001-7069-0877
Türkiye


Gökhan GÜRBÜZER
ısparta uygulamalı bilimler üniversitesi
0000-0002-3965-8358
Türkiye


Muhammet BIYIKLI
ısparta uygulamalı bilimler üniversitesi
0000-0001-8032-925X
Türkiye


Hasan BAYDAR
ısparta uygulamalı bilimler üniversitesi
0000-0003-1317-2066
Türkiye

Publication Date September 4, 2021
Application Date December 9, 2019
Acceptance Date June 3, 2020
Published in Issue Year 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3

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APA Kara, N. , Gürbüzer, G. , Bıyıklı, M. & Baydar, H. (2021). Effect on Yield and Some Quality Characteristics of Seed Harvest at Different Stages of Maturity in Nigella sativa L. . Journal of Agricultural Sciences , 27 (3) , 341-346 . DOI: 10.15832/ankutbd.657045
MLA Kara, N. , Gürbüzer, G. , Bıyıklı, M. , Baydar, H. "Effect on Yield and Some Quality Characteristics of Seed Harvest at Different Stages of Maturity in Nigella sativa L." . Journal of Agricultural Sciences 27 (2021 ): 341-346 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ankutbd/issue/64493/657045>
Chicago Kara, N. , Gürbüzer, G. , Bıyıklı, M. , Baydar, H. "Effect on Yield and Some Quality Characteristics of Seed Harvest at Different Stages of Maturity in Nigella sativa L.". Journal of Agricultural Sciences 27 (2021 ): 341-346
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EndNote %0 Journal of Agricultural Sciences Effect on Yield and Some Quality Characteristics of Seed Harvest at Different Stages of Maturity in Nigella sativa L. %A Nimet Kara , Gökhan Gürbüzer , Muhammet Bıyıklı , Hasan Baydar %T Effect on Yield and Some Quality Characteristics of Seed Harvest at Different Stages of Maturity in Nigella sativa L. %D 2021 %J Journal of Agricultural Sciences %P -2148-9297 %V 27 %N 3 %R doi: 10.15832/ankutbd.657045 %U 10.15832/ankutbd.657045
ISNAD Kara, Nimet , Gürbüzer, Gökhan , Bıyıklı, Muhammet , Baydar, Hasan . "Effect on Yield and Some Quality Characteristics of Seed Harvest at Different Stages of Maturity in Nigella sativa L.". Journal of Agricultural Sciences 27 / 3 (September 2021): 341-346 . https://doi.org/10.15832/ankutbd.657045
AMA Kara N. , Gürbüzer G. , Bıyıklı M. , Baydar H. Effect on Yield and Some Quality Characteristics of Seed Harvest at Different Stages of Maturity in Nigella sativa L.. J Agr Sci-Tarim Bili. 2021; 27(3): 341-346.
Vancouver Kara N. , Gürbüzer G. , Bıyıklı M. , Baydar H. Effect on Yield and Some Quality Characteristics of Seed Harvest at Different Stages of Maturity in Nigella sativa L.. Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 2021; 27(3): 341-346.
IEEE N. Kara , G. Gürbüzer , M. Bıyıklı and H. Baydar , "Effect on Yield and Some Quality Characteristics of Seed Harvest at Different Stages of Maturity in Nigella sativa L.", Journal of Agricultural Sciences, vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 341-346, Sep. 2021, doi:10.15832/ankutbd.657045