Year 2019, Volume 4 , Issue 3, Pages 348 - 353 2019-12-30

The Relationships Between Otolith Dimensions-Total Length and Otolith Features of European Perch (Perca fluviatilis L.,1758) Sampled from Yedikır Dam Lake (Turkey)

Canan ŞİMŞEK [1] , Nazmi POLAT [2] , Melek ÖZPİÇAK [3] , Semra SAYGIN [4] , Savaş YILMAZ [5]


Bu çalışmanın amacı Yedikır Baraj Gölü’nde yaşayan tatlısu levreğinin otolit özelliklerinin belirlenmesi, total boy ve otolit özellikleri arasındaki ilişkilerin ortaya çıkarılmasıdır. Yedikır Baraj Gölü’nden yakalanan 195 adet örneğin total, çatal ve standart boyları (±0,1 cm) ölçülmüş, ağırlıkları tartılmıştır (±0,01g).  Sagittal otolitler sağ ve sol ayrımları yapılarak çıkarılmıştır. Otolitler distal yüzeylerinden fotoğraflanmış ve ağırlıkları (OA) tartılmıştır (± 0,0001 g). Daha sonra otolitlerin eni (OE) ve boyu (OB) (±0,001 mm) ölçümleri Leica Application Suit Ver. 3.8 marka görüntü analiz programı ile ölçülmüştür.  Otolit ölçümleri ile total boy arasındaki ilişkilerin hesaplanması için (TB-OE, TB-OB, TB-OA) doğrusal ) ve üssel regresyon  modelleri uygulanmıştır.  P. fluvialitis türünün sağ ve sol otolitleri arasında OE, OL ve OA bakımından fark olmadığı (P˃0,05) ancak dişi ve erkek bireylerin otolitleri arasında önemli derecede fark olduğu tespit edilmiştir (P<0,05). Otolit ölçümleri ve TB arasındaki ilişkilerin oldukça önemli olduğu belirlenmiştir (P<0,001). İlişkilerin r2 değerleri 0,957-0,969 arasında değişmiştir. Dişi, erkek ve tüm bireylerde TB-OB arasındaki ilişki diğerlerinden daha kuvvetli bulunmuştur. Bu veriler balıkçılık biyolojisi çalışmalarında önem taşımaktadır. Son yıllarda otolit morfolojisi ile ilgili çalışmalar oldukça yaygındır. Otolitin oluşumu ve büyümesi, balığın büyümesi ile ilişkilidir. Bu çalışmanın tür ile ilgili olarak gerçekleştirilecek çalışmalara veri sağlaması ve özellikle stok ayrım çalışmalarında kullanılması düşünülmektedir.

Otolith features, Perca fluviatilis, total length
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Orcid: 0000-0001-9923-1316
Author: Canan ŞİMŞEK (Primary Author)
Institution: Ondokuz Mayıs Üniversitesi
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0001-9785-9927
Author: Nazmi POLAT

Orcid: 0000-0003-3506-4242
Author: Melek ÖZPİÇAK

Orcid: 0000-0002-3249-5074
Author: Semra SAYGIN

Orcid: 0000-0003-2859-4886
Author: Savaş YILMAZ

Dates

Application Date : July 22, 2019
Acceptance Date : October 14, 2019
Publication Date : December 30, 2019

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APA Şi̇mşek, C , Polat, N , Özpi̇çak, M , Saygın, S , Yılmaz, S . (2019). The Relationships Between Otolith Dimensions-Total Length and Otolith Features of European Perch (Perca fluviatilis L.,1758) Sampled from Yedikır Dam Lake (Turkey) . Journal of Anatolian Environmental and Animal Sciences , 4 (3) , 348-353 . DOI: 10.35229/jaes.594985
MLA Şi̇mşek, C , Polat, N , Özpi̇çak, M , Saygın, S , Yılmaz, S . "The Relationships Between Otolith Dimensions-Total Length and Otolith Features of European Perch (Perca fluviatilis L.,1758) Sampled from Yedikır Dam Lake (Turkey)" . Journal of Anatolian Environmental and Animal Sciences 4 (2019 ): 348-353 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jaes/issue/50506/594985>
Chicago Şi̇mşek, C , Polat, N , Özpi̇çak, M , Saygın, S , Yılmaz, S . "The Relationships Between Otolith Dimensions-Total Length and Otolith Features of European Perch (Perca fluviatilis L.,1758) Sampled from Yedikır Dam Lake (Turkey)". Journal of Anatolian Environmental and Animal Sciences 4 (2019 ): 348-353
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ISNAD Şi̇mşek, Canan , Polat, Nazmi , Özpi̇çak, Melek , Saygın, Semra , Yılmaz, Savaş . "The Relationships Between Otolith Dimensions-Total Length and Otolith Features of European Perch (Perca fluviatilis L.,1758) Sampled from Yedikır Dam Lake (Turkey)". Journal of Anatolian Environmental and Animal Sciences 4 / 3 (December 2020): 348-353 . https://doi.org/10.35229/jaes.594985
AMA Şi̇mşek C , Polat N , Özpi̇çak M , Saygın S , Yılmaz S . The Relationships Between Otolith Dimensions-Total Length and Otolith Features of European Perch (Perca fluviatilis L.,1758) Sampled from Yedikır Dam Lake (Turkey). JAES. 2019; 4(3): 348-353.
Vancouver Şi̇mşek C , Polat N , Özpi̇çak M , Saygın S , Yılmaz S . The Relationships Between Otolith Dimensions-Total Length and Otolith Features of European Perch (Perca fluviatilis L.,1758) Sampled from Yedikır Dam Lake (Turkey). Journal of Anatolian Environmental and Animal Sciences. 2019; 4(3): 348-353.