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Türkiye'deki Bazı Cladonia Türlerindeki Eser Elementlerin ICP-MS ile Belirlenmesi

Year 2022, Volume 22, Issue 2, 135 - 146, 27.09.2022
https://doi.org/10.17475/kastorman.1179052

Abstract

Çalışmanın amacı: Likenler, çeşitli elementler açısından hem doğal hem de yapay kaynaklı çevresel kirliliğin biyolojik göstergeleridir. Türkiye’nin farklı bölgelerinden toplanmış Cladonia cinsine ait 9 örnekte (Cladonia coniocraea, C. fimbriata, C. firma, C. foliacea, C. furcate, C. pocillum, C. pyxidata, C. rangiformis and C. subulata) Alüminyum, Krom, Mangan, Demir, Kobalt, Nikel, Bakır, Çinko, Arsenik, Selenyum, Stronsiyum, Kadmiyum, Kalay, Cıva ve Kurşun element miktarları araştırılmıştır. Çalışma alanı: Türkiye’de 7 farklı ilde yapılmış arazi çalışmalarında aynı cinse ait liken örnekleri toplanmıştır. Materyal ve yöntem: Tüm örnekler bağımsız olarak mikrodalga sistemde asit ortamında çözünürleştirildikten sonra ve üç paralel halinde analiz edilmiştir. Sonuçların doğruluğu, 1.547 Şeftali Yaprağı sertifikalı referans materyalin analiziyle onaylanmıştır. Temel sonuçlar: Metallerin kaynakları, metal birikim mekanizmaları ve likenler tarafından ne kadar absorblandıkları belirlenmiştir. Cladonia firma’da en yüksek Al, Cr, Ni konsantrasyonları sırasıyla 429.3, 3.04, 13.53 µg/g'dır. Cladonia subulata'da en yüksek Co, Sr, Cu, Se, Hg konsantrasyonları sırasıyla 0.81, 33.59, 13.16, 0.158, 0.060 µg/g'dır. Cladonia pyxidata'da en yüksek Pb, Cd, Sn konsantrasyonları sırasıyla 5.90, 0.30, 6.50 µg/g'dır. En yüksek Fe, Mn, Zn, As konsantrasyonları sırasıyla 228.7, 17.8, 26.44, 1.335 µg/g'dır. Araştırma vurguları: Sonuçlar likenlerde metal birikiminin doğrudan likenlerin toplandığı ortamla ilişkili olduğunu göstermiştir.

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Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS

Year 2022, Volume 22, Issue 2, 135 - 146, 27.09.2022
https://doi.org/10.17475/kastorman.1179052

Abstract

Aim of study: Lichens are biological indicators of environmental pollution of both natural and artificial origin in terms of various elements. In 9 samples (Cladonia coniocraea, C. fimbriata, C. firma, C. foliacea, C. furcate, C. pocillum, C. pyxidata, C. rangiformis and C. subulata) belonging to the genus Cladonia collected from different regions of Turkey; Aluminum, Chromium, Manganese, Iron, Cobalt, Nickel, Copper, Zinc, Arsenic, Selenium, Strontium, Cadmium, Tin, Mercury and Lead element amounts were investigated. Area of study: Lichen samples belonging to the same genus were collected in field studies conducted in 7 different cities in Turkey. Material and methods: All samples were analyzed independently after solubilization in acid medium in microwave system and in triplicate. The accuracy of the results has been confirmed by analysis of 1547 Peach Leaf certified reference material. Main results: Sources of metals, metal accumulation mechanisms and how much they are absorbed by lichens were determined. The highest Al, Cr, Ni concentrations in Cladonia firma are 429.3, 3.04, 13.53 µg/g, respectively. The highest Co, Sr, Cu, Se, Hg concentrations in Cladonia subulata are 0.81, 33.59, 13.16, 0.158, 0.060 µg/g, respectively. The highest Pb, Cd, Sn concentrations in Cladonia pyxidata are 5.90, 0.30, 6.50 µg/g, respectively. The highest Fe, Mn, Zn, As concentrations were 228.7, 17.8, 26.44 and 1.335 µg/g, respect. Highlights: The results showed that metal accumulation in lichens was directly related to the environment in which lichens were collected.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Science
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Semiha KÖPRÜ This is me
Erciyes University, Faculty of Science
Türkiye


Fatma DOKAN This is me (Primary Author)
Kayseri University, Mustafa Çıkrıkcıoğlu Vocational School
Türkiye


Zekiye KOCAKAYA This is me
Kayseri University, Mustafa Çıkrıkcıoğlu Vocational School
Türkiye


Sedat PER This is me
Kayseri University, Mustafa Çıkrıkcıoğlu Vocational School
Türkiye


Mehmet ÇADIR This is me
Erciyes University, Faculty of Science
Türkiye


Mustafa KOCAKAYA This is me
Yozgat Bozok University
Türkiye

Early Pub Date September 24, 2022
Publication Date September 27, 2022
Published in Issue Year 2022, Volume 22, Issue 2

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Bibtex @research article { kastorman1179052, journal = {Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty}, issn = {1303-2399}, eissn = {1309-4181}, address = {}, publisher = {Kastamonu University}, year = {2022}, volume = {22}, number = {2}, pages = {135 - 146}, doi = {10.17475/kastorman.1179052}, title = {Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS}, key = {cite}, author = {Köprü, Semiha and Dokan, Fatma and Kocakaya, Zekiye and Per, Sedat and Çadır, Mehmet and Kocakaya, Mustafa} }
APA Köprü, S. , Dokan, F. , Kocakaya, Z. , Per, S. , Çadır, M. & Kocakaya, M. (2022). Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS . Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty , 22 (2) , 135-146 . DOI: 10.17475/kastorman.1179052
MLA Köprü, S. , Dokan, F. , Kocakaya, Z. , Per, S. , Çadır, M. , Kocakaya, M. "Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS" . Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty 22 (2022 ): 135-146 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/kastorman/issue/72672/1179052>
Chicago Köprü, S. , Dokan, F. , Kocakaya, Z. , Per, S. , Çadır, M. , Kocakaya, M. "Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS". Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty 22 (2022 ): 135-146
RIS TY - JOUR T1 - Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS AU - SemihaKöprü, FatmaDokan, ZekiyeKocakaya, SedatPer, MehmetÇadır, MustafaKocakaya Y1 - 2022 PY - 2022 N1 - doi: 10.17475/kastorman.1179052 DO - 10.17475/kastorman.1179052 T2 - Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty JF - Journal JO - JOR SP - 135 EP - 146 VL - 22 IS - 2 SN - 1303-2399-1309-4181 M3 - doi: 10.17475/kastorman.1179052 UR - https://doi.org/10.17475/kastorman.1179052 Y2 - 2022 ER -
EndNote %0 Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS %A Semiha Köprü , Fatma Dokan , Zekiye Kocakaya , Sedat Per , Mehmet Çadır , Mustafa Kocakaya %T Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS %D 2022 %J Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty %P 1303-2399-1309-4181 %V 22 %N 2 %R doi: 10.17475/kastorman.1179052 %U 10.17475/kastorman.1179052
ISNAD Köprü, Semiha , Dokan, Fatma , Kocakaya, Zekiye , Per, Sedat , Çadır, Mehmet , Kocakaya, Mustafa . "Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS". Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty 22 / 2 (September 2022): 135-146 . https://doi.org/10.17475/kastorman.1179052
AMA Köprü S. , Dokan F. , Kocakaya Z. , Per S. , Çadır M. , Kocakaya M. Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS. Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty. 2022; 22(2): 135-146.
Vancouver Köprü S. , Dokan F. , Kocakaya Z. , Per S. , Çadır M. , Kocakaya M. Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS. Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty. 2022; 22(2): 135-146.
IEEE S. Köprü , F. Dokan , Z. Kocakaya , S. Per , M. Çadır and M. Kocakaya , "Determination of Trace Elements of Some Cladonia Species from Turkey by ICP-MS", Kastamonu University Journal of Forestry Faculty, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 135-146, Sep. 2022, doi:10.17475/kastorman.1179052

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