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NaCL Stresine Karşı LENS CULINARS 'in Biyokimyasal ve Fizyolojik Cevabı

Year 2010, Volume 6, Issue 2, 89 - 104, 01.06.2010

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References

  • AEBI, H.: Catalases In: H.U. Bergmeyer, Editors, Methods of enzymatic analysis. Vol. Academic Press. NY 673–684, (1974). ASADA, K.: Ascorbate hydrogen scavenging enzyme in plant. Physiol Plant. 85: 235-241, (1992). peroxidase a Anal
  • DEVI, R. and PRASAD, M.N.V.: Copper toxicity in Ceratophyllum demersum L. (Coontail), a free floating macrophyte: Response of antioxidant enzymes and antioxidants, Plant science.138: 157-165, (1998).
  • DIONISIO-SESE, M.L. and TOBITA, S.: Antioxidant responses of rice seedlings to salinity stress. Plant Science. 135: 1–9, (1998).
  • ELKAHOUI, S., HERNANDEZ, J.A., ABDELLY, C., GHRIR, R. and LIMAM, F.: Effects of salt on lipid peroxidation and antioxidant Catharanthus roseus suspension cells. Plant Sci. 168: 607–613, (2005). activities of
  • FADZILLA, N.M., FINCH, R.P. and BURDON, R.H.: Salinity, oxidative stress and antioxidant responses in shoot cultures of rice. J. Exp. Bot. 48: 325–331, (1997).
  • FLOWERS, T.J., TROKE, P.F. and YEO, A.R.: Mechanisms of salt tolerance in halophytes. Plant Physiol. 28: 89-121, (1997).
  • GOSSETT, D.R., MILLHOLLON, E.P. and LUCAS, M.C.: Antioxidant response to NaCl stress in salt tolerant and salt sensitive cultivars of cotton. Crop Sci. 34: 706–714, (1994).
  • GREENWAY, H. and MUNNS, R.: Mechanism of salt tolerance in non- halophytes.-Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. 31: 190, (1980).
  • GUNZLER, V.A. and FLOHE, L.: Glutathione peroxidase: In Greenwald, R.A. (Ed.), Handbook of Methods for Oxygen Radical Research. CRS Press, Boca Raton, FL, 285-290, (1985).
  • HAJJI, M., LACHAAL, M., SOLTANI, M. and ABDALLY, C.: Response of the plants to the saline stres: Ecophysiologic and Biochemical aspects of the tolerance to salt. Annual Meeting of the EUCA, Sustainable utilasion of Halophytes. Agadir to 15 April, (1999).
  • HALLIWELL, B. and GUTTERIDGE, J.M.C.: Free Radicals in Biology and Medicine, Clarendon Press, Oxford, (1999). HASEGAWA, K.,
  • IWAGAWA, T. and HASE, T.: Isolation and Identification of Growth Inhibitors, cis- and Raphanusamide, Involved in Phototropism of Radish Hypocotyls, Plant Physiology. : 976-979, (1986). NOGUCHI, H., trans-Raphanusanins and HEATH, R.L. and PACKER, in Photoperoxidation chloroplasts:I. Kinetics and stoichiometry of fatty acid peroxidation. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 125: 189–198, (1968). isolated
  • HERNANDEZ, J.A., CAMPILLO, A., JIMENEZ, A., ALARCON, J.J. and SEVILLA, F.: Response of antioxidant systems and leaf water relations to NaCl stress in pea plants. New Phytol. 141: 214– , (1999).
  • IYENGAR, E.R.R. and REDDY, M.P.: Photosynthesis in highly salt-tolerant plants In: M. Pesserkali, Editors, Handbook of photosynthesis, Marshal Dekar, Baten Rose, USA, 897–909, (1996).
  • JANA, S. and CHOUDHURI, M.A.: Glycolate metabolism of three submerged aquatic angiosperms during aging. Aquat Bot. 12, 345–354, (1981).
  • JUAN, M., RIVERO, M.R., ROMERO, L. and RUIZ, J.M.: Evaluation of some nutritional and biochemical indicators in selecting salt-resistant tomato cultivars. Env. Exp. Bot. 54: 231-238, (2005). LACERDA, C.F., CAMBRAIA, J.,
  • OLIVA, M.A. and RUIZ, H.A.: Changes in growth and in solute concentrations in sorghum leaves and roots during salt stress recovery. Env. Exp. Bot. 54: 69-76, (2005).
  • LECHNO, S., ZAMSKI, E. and TEL-OR, E.: Salt stress-induced responses in cucumber plants. J. Plant Physiol.150: 206– , (1997).
  • LEE, N.P., KIM, Y.S. and LEE, C.B.: The inductive responses of the antioxidant enzymes by salt stres in rice (Oryza sative L.). J. Plant Physiol. 158: 737-745, (2001).
  • LEE, T.M. and LIU, C.H.: Correlation of decreases calcium contents with proline accumulation macroalga Ulva fasciata exposed to elevated NaCI contents in seawater. J. Exp. Bot. 50: 1855–1862, (1999). green
  • LESTER, G. and STEIN, E.: Plasma membrane physicochemical changes during maturation and postharvest storage of muskmelon fruit, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 118: 223– , (1993). LICHTENTHALER, H.K. and WELLBURN, W.R.: Determination of total carotenoids and chlorophylls a and b of leaf extracts in different solvents. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 11: 591–592, (1983). LUTTS, S., KINET, J.: BOUHARMONT, senescence in leaves of rice (Oryza sativa) cultivar differing in salinity resistance. Ann. Bot. 78: 389-398, (1996). NaCl-induced MELONI, D.A., OLIVA, M.A.,
  • MARTINEZ, C.A. and CAMBRAIA, J.: Photosynthesis and ability of superoxide dismutase, peroxidase and glutathione reductase in cotton under salt stress. Environ. Exp. Bot. 49: 69–76, (2003).
  • MENEGUZZO, S., NAVARI-IZZO, F. and IZZO, R.: Antioxidative responses of shoots and roots of wheat to increasing NaCl concentrations. J. Plant Physiol. 155: –280, (1999).
  • MINGUEZ-MOSQUERA, M.I., JAREN- GALEN, FERNANDEZ, J.: Lipoxygenase activity during pepper ripening and processing of paprika. Phytochemistry. 32: 1103–1108, (1993). GARRIDO
  • MISRA, A.K. and GUPTA, S.: Effect of salinity and different nitrogen sources on the activity of antioxidant enzymes and indole alkaloid content in Catharanthus roseus Physiology. 163: 11–18, (2006). of Plant MITLER, R.: Oxidative stress, antioxidants and stress tolerance, Trends Plant Sci., 22: 561–569, (2002).
  • MIYAGAWA, Y., TAMORI, M. and SHIGEOKA, S.: Evaluation of the defense system in chloroplasts to photooxidative stress caused by paraquat using transgenic tobacco plants expressing catalase from Escherichia coli, Plant Cell Physiol. 41: –320, (2000).
  • MUNNS, R., HARE, R., JAMES, R.A. and REBETZKE, G.J.: Genetic variation for improving the salt tolerance of durum wheat. Aust. J. Agric. Res. 51: 69–74, (2000).
  • PARIDA, A., DAS, A.B. and DAS, P.: NaCl photosynthetic pigments, proteins and other metabolic components in the leaves of a true mangrove, Bruguiera parviflora, in hydroponic cultures. J Plant Biol. 45: 28– , (2002). changes in
  • POLKOWSKA, K.L., WIELGAT, B. and MACIEJEWSKA, U.: The elicitor-induced oxidative processes in leaves of Solanum species with differential polygenic R.K., RAO, K.V. and SRIVASTAVA, G.C.: Differential response of wheat genotypes to term salinity stress in relation to oxidative stress, antioxidant activity and osmolyte concentration. Plant Sci. 163: 1037-1046, (2002). SANTOS, C.L.V., CAMPOS, A.,
  • AZEVEDO, H. and CALDEIRA, G.: In situ and in vitro senescence induced by KCl stress: peroxidation and antioxidant metabolism, J Exp Bot. 52: 351–360, (2001). lipid
  • SINGHA, S. and CHOUDHURI, M.A.: Effect of salinity (NaCI) stress on H2O2 metabolism in Vigna and Oryza seedlings, Biochem Physiol Pflanzen. 186: 69–74, (1990).
  • SREENIVASULU, N., GRIMM, B., WOBUS, Differential compounds to salinity stress in salt-tolerant and salt-sensitive seedlings of fox-tail millet (Setaria italica). Physiol Plant. 109: –442, (2000). WESCHKE, W.: of antioxidant
  • TATIANA, Z., YAMASHITA, K. and MATSUMOTO, induced changes in ascorbate content and enzyme activities related to ascorbate metabolism in cucumber roots. Plant Cell Physiol. 40: 273–280, (1999). deficiency
  • UNNO, H., MAEDA, Y., YAMAMATO, S., OKAMATO, M. and TAKENAGA, H.: Relationship between salt tolerance and Ca+2 retention among plant species. Japanese Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 73: 715-718, (2002).
  • VAN BREUSEGEM, F.V., VRANOVA, E., DAT, J.F. and INZÉ, D.: The role of active oxygen species in plant signal transduction, Plant Sci, 161: 405–414, (2001).
  • WENXUE, W., BILSBORROW, P.E., HOOLEY, P., FINCHAM, D.A., LOMBI, E. and FORSTER, B.P.: Salinity induced differences in growth, ion distribution and partitioning in barley between the cultivar Maythorpe and its derived mutant Golden Promise. Plant Soil. 250: 183-191, (2003).
  • ZHU, B., SU, J., CHANG, M., VERMA, D.P.S., FAN, Y.L., and WU, R.: Over expression carboxylate synthetase gene and analysis of tolerance to water- and salt-stress in transgenic rice. Plant Sci. 139, 41–48, (1998). delta1-pyrroline-5- Geliş Tarihi: 25/08/2010 Kabul Tarihi: 28/09/2010

NACL STRESİNE KARŞI LENS CULİNARS’İN BİYOKİMYASAL VE FİZYOLOJİK CEVABI - PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONE TO NaCl STRESS IN LENS CULINARIS

Year 2010, Volume 6, Issue 2, 89 - 104, 01.06.2010

Abstract

NACL STRESİNE KARŞI LENS CULİNARS’İN BİYOKİMYASAL VE FİZYOLOJİK CEVABI

Bu çalışmada, farklı NaCl konsantrasyonlarının (50-400 mM) varlığında ve yokluğunda (kontrol)
Lens culinaris bitkisindeki büyüme geriliği ile ilişkili olarak köklerde ve gövdede antioksidatif cevabın
karşılaştırılmasını amaçladık. Köklerde ve gövdede büyüme parametreleri (kuru ve taze ağırlık) Na+ içeriği,
LPO seviyeleri, prolin, H2O2 içeriği, membran hasarı ve SOD, APX, CAT, GPX aktiviteleri incelendi.
Kontrolle karşılaştırıldığında, 100-400 mM NaCl uygulaması, kök ve gövde ağırlığında ve yapraklardaki
toplam klorofil ve karotenoid içeriğinde azalmaya sebep oldu. Buna karşın, LPO seviyeleri, H2O2 ve Na+
içeriği, elektrolitik geçirgenlik ve prolin seviyelerinde her iki bitki dokusunda da doza bağlı olarak artışa
neden oldu. Bu artışlar gövde ile karsılaştırıldığında köklerde anlamlı olarak daha yüksek bulundu. Bu
çalışmada elde edilen sonuçlar ve literatür bilgileri H2O2 ve Na+ birikiminin büyümenin düzenlenmesinde
önemli rol oynadığını göstermektedir. Tuzluluğun antioksidan enzim aktiviteleri üzerindeki etkisi her iki
bitki dokusunda da benzer şekilde bulundu. Tuz stresi köklerde ve gövdede SOD ve GPX enzim
aktivitelerinde artışa sebep olurken, CAT ve APX aktivitelerini baskıladı. Sonuç olarak, Lens culinaris’ in
tuzluluk stresine olan hassasiyeti yüksek Na+ seviyesi ve oksijen radikali indirgeme kapasitesinin düşmesiyle
artan lipid peroksidasyonu ile açıklanabilir.

PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONE TO NaCl STRESS IN LENS CULINARIS

In this study we aimed to compare some antioxidative responses of shoots and roots associated to
growth reduction in Lens culinaris in the absence (control) and presence of different NaCl concentrations
(50-400 mM). Growth parameters (dry-fresh weight) Na+ contents, LPO levels, proline, H2O2 contents,
membrane damage and activities of SOD, APX, CAT and GPX was investigated in roots and shoots.
Compared with controls, 100-400 mM NaCl treatment resulted in a reduction in roots and shoots weight,
total chlorophyll and carotenoid in leaves. On contrary, LPO levels, H2O2 and Na+ contents, proline levels,
electrolytic leakage exhibited a dose dependent increase in both tissues. These increases were significantly
higher in roots as compared to shoots. Our results and literature data suggest that the accumulation H2O2 and
Na+ plays an important role in regulating growth. The effect of salinity on antioxidant enzyme activities was
similar trends in both tissues. Salt stress caused an increase on the activity of SOD and GPX in roots and
shoots, while the activities of CAT and APX was inhibited. A higher Na+ level and lipid peroxidation
combined with a lower capacity for oxygen radical scavenging could probably explain the sensitivity of Lens
culinaris to salt stress.

References

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  • DEVI, R. and PRASAD, M.N.V.: Copper toxicity in Ceratophyllum demersum L. (Coontail), a free floating macrophyte: Response of antioxidant enzymes and antioxidants, Plant science.138: 157-165, (1998).
  • DIONISIO-SESE, M.L. and TOBITA, S.: Antioxidant responses of rice seedlings to salinity stress. Plant Science. 135: 1–9, (1998).
  • ELKAHOUI, S., HERNANDEZ, J.A., ABDELLY, C., GHRIR, R. and LIMAM, F.: Effects of salt on lipid peroxidation and antioxidant Catharanthus roseus suspension cells. Plant Sci. 168: 607–613, (2005). activities of
  • FADZILLA, N.M., FINCH, R.P. and BURDON, R.H.: Salinity, oxidative stress and antioxidant responses in shoot cultures of rice. J. Exp. Bot. 48: 325–331, (1997).
  • FLOWERS, T.J., TROKE, P.F. and YEO, A.R.: Mechanisms of salt tolerance in halophytes. Plant Physiol. 28: 89-121, (1997).
  • GOSSETT, D.R., MILLHOLLON, E.P. and LUCAS, M.C.: Antioxidant response to NaCl stress in salt tolerant and salt sensitive cultivars of cotton. Crop Sci. 34: 706–714, (1994).
  • GREENWAY, H. and MUNNS, R.: Mechanism of salt tolerance in non- halophytes.-Annu. Rev. Plant Physiol. 31: 190, (1980).
  • GUNZLER, V.A. and FLOHE, L.: Glutathione peroxidase: In Greenwald, R.A. (Ed.), Handbook of Methods for Oxygen Radical Research. CRS Press, Boca Raton, FL, 285-290, (1985).
  • HAJJI, M., LACHAAL, M., SOLTANI, M. and ABDALLY, C.: Response of the plants to the saline stres: Ecophysiologic and Biochemical aspects of the tolerance to salt. Annual Meeting of the EUCA, Sustainable utilasion of Halophytes. Agadir to 15 April, (1999).
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  • HERNANDEZ, J.A., CAMPILLO, A., JIMENEZ, A., ALARCON, J.J. and SEVILLA, F.: Response of antioxidant systems and leaf water relations to NaCl stress in pea plants. New Phytol. 141: 214– , (1999).
  • IYENGAR, E.R.R. and REDDY, M.P.: Photosynthesis in highly salt-tolerant plants In: M. Pesserkali, Editors, Handbook of photosynthesis, Marshal Dekar, Baten Rose, USA, 897–909, (1996).
  • JANA, S. and CHOUDHURI, M.A.: Glycolate metabolism of three submerged aquatic angiosperms during aging. Aquat Bot. 12, 345–354, (1981).
  • JUAN, M., RIVERO, M.R., ROMERO, L. and RUIZ, J.M.: Evaluation of some nutritional and biochemical indicators in selecting salt-resistant tomato cultivars. Env. Exp. Bot. 54: 231-238, (2005). LACERDA, C.F., CAMBRAIA, J.,
  • OLIVA, M.A. and RUIZ, H.A.: Changes in growth and in solute concentrations in sorghum leaves and roots during salt stress recovery. Env. Exp. Bot. 54: 69-76, (2005).
  • LECHNO, S., ZAMSKI, E. and TEL-OR, E.: Salt stress-induced responses in cucumber plants. J. Plant Physiol.150: 206– , (1997).
  • LEE, N.P., KIM, Y.S. and LEE, C.B.: The inductive responses of the antioxidant enzymes by salt stres in rice (Oryza sative L.). J. Plant Physiol. 158: 737-745, (2001).
  • LEE, T.M. and LIU, C.H.: Correlation of decreases calcium contents with proline accumulation macroalga Ulva fasciata exposed to elevated NaCI contents in seawater. J. Exp. Bot. 50: 1855–1862, (1999). green
  • LESTER, G. and STEIN, E.: Plasma membrane physicochemical changes during maturation and postharvest storage of muskmelon fruit, Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 118: 223– , (1993). LICHTENTHALER, H.K. and WELLBURN, W.R.: Determination of total carotenoids and chlorophylls a and b of leaf extracts in different solvents. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 11: 591–592, (1983). LUTTS, S., KINET, J.: BOUHARMONT, senescence in leaves of rice (Oryza sativa) cultivar differing in salinity resistance. Ann. Bot. 78: 389-398, (1996). NaCl-induced MELONI, D.A., OLIVA, M.A.,
  • MARTINEZ, C.A. and CAMBRAIA, J.: Photosynthesis and ability of superoxide dismutase, peroxidase and glutathione reductase in cotton under salt stress. Environ. Exp. Bot. 49: 69–76, (2003).
  • MENEGUZZO, S., NAVARI-IZZO, F. and IZZO, R.: Antioxidative responses of shoots and roots of wheat to increasing NaCl concentrations. J. Plant Physiol. 155: –280, (1999).
  • MINGUEZ-MOSQUERA, M.I., JAREN- GALEN, FERNANDEZ, J.: Lipoxygenase activity during pepper ripening and processing of paprika. Phytochemistry. 32: 1103–1108, (1993). GARRIDO
  • MISRA, A.K. and GUPTA, S.: Effect of salinity and different nitrogen sources on the activity of antioxidant enzymes and indole alkaloid content in Catharanthus roseus Physiology. 163: 11–18, (2006). of Plant MITLER, R.: Oxidative stress, antioxidants and stress tolerance, Trends Plant Sci., 22: 561–569, (2002).
  • MIYAGAWA, Y., TAMORI, M. and SHIGEOKA, S.: Evaluation of the defense system in chloroplasts to photooxidative stress caused by paraquat using transgenic tobacco plants expressing catalase from Escherichia coli, Plant Cell Physiol. 41: –320, (2000).
  • MUNNS, R., HARE, R., JAMES, R.A. and REBETZKE, G.J.: Genetic variation for improving the salt tolerance of durum wheat. Aust. J. Agric. Res. 51: 69–74, (2000).
  • PARIDA, A., DAS, A.B. and DAS, P.: NaCl photosynthetic pigments, proteins and other metabolic components in the leaves of a true mangrove, Bruguiera parviflora, in hydroponic cultures. J Plant Biol. 45: 28– , (2002). changes in
  • POLKOWSKA, K.L., WIELGAT, B. and MACIEJEWSKA, U.: The elicitor-induced oxidative processes in leaves of Solanum species with differential polygenic R.K., RAO, K.V. and SRIVASTAVA, G.C.: Differential response of wheat genotypes to term salinity stress in relation to oxidative stress, antioxidant activity and osmolyte concentration. Plant Sci. 163: 1037-1046, (2002). SANTOS, C.L.V., CAMPOS, A.,
  • AZEVEDO, H. and CALDEIRA, G.: In situ and in vitro senescence induced by KCl stress: peroxidation and antioxidant metabolism, J Exp Bot. 52: 351–360, (2001). lipid
  • SINGHA, S. and CHOUDHURI, M.A.: Effect of salinity (NaCI) stress on H2O2 metabolism in Vigna and Oryza seedlings, Biochem Physiol Pflanzen. 186: 69–74, (1990).
  • SREENIVASULU, N., GRIMM, B., WOBUS, Differential compounds to salinity stress in salt-tolerant and salt-sensitive seedlings of fox-tail millet (Setaria italica). Physiol Plant. 109: –442, (2000). WESCHKE, W.: of antioxidant
  • TATIANA, Z., YAMASHITA, K. and MATSUMOTO, induced changes in ascorbate content and enzyme activities related to ascorbate metabolism in cucumber roots. Plant Cell Physiol. 40: 273–280, (1999). deficiency
  • UNNO, H., MAEDA, Y., YAMAMATO, S., OKAMATO, M. and TAKENAGA, H.: Relationship between salt tolerance and Ca+2 retention among plant species. Japanese Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 73: 715-718, (2002).
  • VAN BREUSEGEM, F.V., VRANOVA, E., DAT, J.F. and INZÉ, D.: The role of active oxygen species in plant signal transduction, Plant Sci, 161: 405–414, (2001).
  • WENXUE, W., BILSBORROW, P.E., HOOLEY, P., FINCHAM, D.A., LOMBI, E. and FORSTER, B.P.: Salinity induced differences in growth, ion distribution and partitioning in barley between the cultivar Maythorpe and its derived mutant Golden Promise. Plant Soil. 250: 183-191, (2003).
  • ZHU, B., SU, J., CHANG, M., VERMA, D.P.S., FAN, Y.L., and WU, R.: Over expression carboxylate synthetase gene and analysis of tolerance to water- and salt-stress in transgenic rice. Plant Sci. 139, 41–48, (1998). delta1-pyrroline-5- Geliş Tarihi: 25/08/2010 Kabul Tarihi: 28/09/2010

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APA Aydemir, T. & Erez, Z. (2010). NACL STRESİNE KARŞI LENS CULİNARS’İN BİYOKİMYASAL VE FİZYOLOJİK CEVABI - PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONE TO NaCl STRESS IN LENS CULINARIS . Celal Bayar University Journal of Science , 6 (2) , 89-104 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/cbayarfbe/issue/4050/53378
MLA Aydemir, T. , Erez, Z. "NACL STRESİNE KARŞI LENS CULİNARS’İN BİYOKİMYASAL VE FİZYOLOJİK CEVABI - PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONE TO NaCl STRESS IN LENS CULINARIS" . Celal Bayar University Journal of Science 6 (2010 ): 89-104 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/cbayarfbe/issue/4050/53378>
Chicago Aydemir, T. , Erez, Z. "NACL STRESİNE KARŞI LENS CULİNARS’İN BİYOKİMYASAL VE FİZYOLOJİK CEVABI - PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONE TO NaCl STRESS IN LENS CULINARIS". Celal Bayar University Journal of Science 6 (2010 ): 89-104
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Vancouver Aydemir T. , Erez Z. NACL STRESİNE KARŞI LENS CULİNARS’İN BİYOKİMYASAL VE FİZYOLOJİK CEVABI - PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONE TO NaCl STRESS IN LENS CULINARIS. Celal Bayar University Journal of Science. 2010; 6(2): 89-104.
IEEE T. Aydemir and Z. Erez , "NACL STRESİNE KARŞI LENS CULİNARS’İN BİYOKİMYASAL VE FİZYOLOJİK CEVABI - PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESPONE TO NaCl STRESS IN LENS CULINARIS", Celal Bayar University Journal of Science, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 89-104, Jun. 2010