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Year 2018, Volume 23, Issue 2, 180 - 186, 15.12.2018
https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.485617

Abstract

References

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  • Bertero, H.D., A.J. De La Vega, G. Correa, S.E. Jacobsen and A. Mujica. 2004. Genotype and genotype by environment interaction effects for grain yield and grain size of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) as revealed by pattern analysis of international multi environment trials, Field Crops Research 89: 299-318.
  • Bertero, H.D. and R.A. Ruiz. 2008. Determination of seed number in sea level quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) cultivars. European J. Agronomy 28: 186-194.
  • Bhargava, A. S. Shukla and D. Ohri. 2007. Genetic variability and interrelationship among various morphological and quality traits in quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.). Field Crops Research 101: 104-116.
  • Geren, H., Y.T. Kavut, G.D. Topcu, S. Ekren and Istipliler. 2014. Effects of different sowing dates on the grain yield and some yield components of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa willd.) grown under Mediterranean climatic conditions J. Ege University Faculty of Agriculture. 51(3): 297-305.
  • Geren, H. 2015. Effects of different nitrogen levels on the grain yield and some yield components of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) under Mediterranean climatic conditions. Turkish Journal of Field Crops 20(1): 59-64.
  • Geren, H., Y.T. Kavut and M. Altınbas. 2015. Effect of different row spacings on the grain yield and some yield characteristics of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) under Bornova ecological conditions. J. Ege University Faculty of Agriculture. 52(1): 69-78.
  • Gesinski, K. 2008. Evaluation of the development and yielding potential of Chenopodium quinoa Willd. under the climatic conditions of Europe, part two: yielding potential of Chenopodium quinoa under different conditions. Acta Agrobotanica 61(1): 185-189.
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  • Jacobsen, S.E., I. Jorgensen and O. Stolen. 1994. Cultivation of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) under temperate climatic conditions in Denmark. The J. Agricultural Science 122: 47-52.
  • Jacobsen, S.E. 2003. The worldwide potential for quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.), Food Reviews International 19(1-2): 167-177.
  • Keskin, S. and A. Kaplan Evlice. 2015. Use of quinoa in bakery products. J. Field Crops Central Research Institute 24(2): 150-156.
  • Miranda, M., A. Vega-Galvez, I. Quispe-Fuentes, M.J. Rodriguez, H. Maureira and E.A. Martinez. 2012. Nutritional Aspects of six quinoa (Chenepodium quinoa willd.) Ecotypes from there geographic areas of Chile. Chilean Journal of Agricultural Res. 72(2): 175-181.
  • Pulvento, C., M. Riccardi, A. Lavini, R. d’Andria, G. Iafelice, E. Marconi. 2010. Field trial evaluation of two Chenopodium quinoa genotypes grown under rain‐fed conditions in a typical Mediterranean environment in South Italy. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 196(6): 407-411.
  • Repo-Carrasco, R., C. Espinoza and S.E. Jacobsen. 2003. Nutritional value and use of the Andean crops quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) and kaniwa (Chenopodium pallidicaule. Food Reviews International 19(1-2): 179-189.
  • Risi, J. and N.W. Galwey. 1991. Effects of sowing date and sowing rate on plant development and grain yield of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) in a temperate environment. The J. Agricultural Science 117(3): 325-332.
  • Sajjad, A., H.M. Ehsanullah, S.A. Anjum, M. Tanveer and A. Rehman. 2014. Growth and development of Chenopodıum quinoa genotypes at different sowing dates. J. Agricultural Research 52(4): 535-546.
  • Schulte auf’m Erley, G., G. Kaul, M. Kruse, and W. Aufhammer. 2005. Yield and nitrogen utilization efficiency of the pseudocereals amaranth, quinoa and buckwheat under different nitrogen fertilization. European J. Agronomy 22: 95-100.
  • Spehar, C.R. and J.E. Da Silva Rocha. 2009. Effect of sowing density on plant growth and development of quinoa, genotype 4.5, in the Brazilian Savannah Highlands, Bioscience Journal Uberlandia 25(4): 53-58.
  • Szilagyi, L. and B. Jornsgard. 2014. Preliminary agronomic evaluation of Chenopodium quinoa Willd. under climatic conditions of Romania, Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Faculty of Agriculture, Romania, Vol: LVII: 339-343.
  • Tan, M. and Z. Yondem. 2013. A new crop for human and animal nutrition: Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.). Alinteri 25: 62-66. Wilson, C., J. Read and E. Abo-Kassem. 2002. Effect of mixed-salt salinity on growth and ion relations of a quinoa and a wheat variety. J. Plant Nutrition 25: 2689-2704.
  • Yazar, A., A.M. Sezen, and Y. Bozkurt Colak. 2013. Yield response of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd. Q52) to saline and fresh water under the Mediterranean climatic conditions. International Conference on Sustainable Water Use for Securing Food Production in The Mediterranean Region Under Changing Climate, 10-15 March 2013, Agadir-Morocco.

PERFORMANCE OF SOME QUINOA (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) GENOTYPES GROWN IN DIFFERENT CLIMATE CONDITIONS

Year 2018, Volume 23, Issue 2, 180 - 186, 15.12.2018
https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.485617

Abstract

Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) is an alternative plant of which cultivation rapidly increases because of its high nutritive value. Background studies should be conducted on the determination of quinoa cultivars appropriate for different ecologies for its cultivation to become widespread in a healthy way. This study was planned to identify suitable quinoa cultivars in Erzurum and Iğdır provinces which demonstrate different ecological characteristics of the Eastern Anatolia Region. The study was conducted in 2015 and 2016 under irrigated conditions. The experiments were conducted with 10 genotypes in each location in a randomized complete blocks design with four replications. The grain yield and some related characteristics were examined in the study. The maturation time, grain yield and related characteristics of quinoa varied significantly depending on genotypes and locations in the study. The earliest and most productive genotype is Q-52 and it produced 979.8 kg ha-1 of seeds under Erzurum conditions and 3679.6 kg ha-1 of seeds under Iğdır conditions. According to the results of the study, quinoa is a risky product in Erzurum which has a high altitude. However, cultivars such as Q-52, Rainbow, Red Head and Mint Vanilla were found promising for Iğdır location.

References

  • Abugoch, L.E. 2009. Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.): Composition, chemistry, nutritional, and functional properties. Advances in Food and Nutrition Res., 58: 1-31.
  • Bertero, H.D., A.J. De La Vega, G. Correa, S.E. Jacobsen and A. Mujica. 2004. Genotype and genotype by environment interaction effects for grain yield and grain size of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) as revealed by pattern analysis of international multi environment trials, Field Crops Research 89: 299-318.
  • Bertero, H.D. and R.A. Ruiz. 2008. Determination of seed number in sea level quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) cultivars. European J. Agronomy 28: 186-194.
  • Bhargava, A. S. Shukla and D. Ohri. 2007. Genetic variability and interrelationship among various morphological and quality traits in quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.). Field Crops Research 101: 104-116.
  • Geren, H., Y.T. Kavut, G.D. Topcu, S. Ekren and Istipliler. 2014. Effects of different sowing dates on the grain yield and some yield components of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa willd.) grown under Mediterranean climatic conditions J. Ege University Faculty of Agriculture. 51(3): 297-305.
  • Geren, H. 2015. Effects of different nitrogen levels on the grain yield and some yield components of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) under Mediterranean climatic conditions. Turkish Journal of Field Crops 20(1): 59-64.
  • Geren, H., Y.T. Kavut and M. Altınbas. 2015. Effect of different row spacings on the grain yield and some yield characteristics of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) under Bornova ecological conditions. J. Ege University Faculty of Agriculture. 52(1): 69-78.
  • Gesinski, K. 2008. Evaluation of the development and yielding potential of Chenopodium quinoa Willd. under the climatic conditions of Europe, part two: yielding potential of Chenopodium quinoa under different conditions. Acta Agrobotanica 61(1): 185-189.
  • Ince Kaya, C. 2010. Effects of Various Irrigation Strategies Using Fresh and Saline Water Applied with Drip Irrigation System on Yield of Quinoa and Salt Accumulation in Soil in the Mediterranean Region and Evaluation of Saltmed Model. Çukurova Unıversity Institute of Natural and Applied Sciences Department of Agricultural Structures and Irrigation, Ms. Thesis, Adana, Turkey.
  • Jacobsen, S.E. 1993. Quinoa: Chenopodium quinoa Willd: A Novel Crop for European Agriculture. Department of Agricultural Science. The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark. 145 p.
  • Jacobsen, S.E., I. Jorgensen and O. Stolen. 1994. Cultivation of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) under temperate climatic conditions in Denmark. The J. Agricultural Science 122: 47-52.
  • Jacobsen, S.E. 2003. The worldwide potential for quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.), Food Reviews International 19(1-2): 167-177.
  • Keskin, S. and A. Kaplan Evlice. 2015. Use of quinoa in bakery products. J. Field Crops Central Research Institute 24(2): 150-156.
  • Miranda, M., A. Vega-Galvez, I. Quispe-Fuentes, M.J. Rodriguez, H. Maureira and E.A. Martinez. 2012. Nutritional Aspects of six quinoa (Chenepodium quinoa willd.) Ecotypes from there geographic areas of Chile. Chilean Journal of Agricultural Res. 72(2): 175-181.
  • Pulvento, C., M. Riccardi, A. Lavini, R. d’Andria, G. Iafelice, E. Marconi. 2010. Field trial evaluation of two Chenopodium quinoa genotypes grown under rain‐fed conditions in a typical Mediterranean environment in South Italy. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 196(6): 407-411.
  • Repo-Carrasco, R., C. Espinoza and S.E. Jacobsen. 2003. Nutritional value and use of the Andean crops quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) and kaniwa (Chenopodium pallidicaule. Food Reviews International 19(1-2): 179-189.
  • Risi, J. and N.W. Galwey. 1991. Effects of sowing date and sowing rate on plant development and grain yield of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) in a temperate environment. The J. Agricultural Science 117(3): 325-332.
  • Sajjad, A., H.M. Ehsanullah, S.A. Anjum, M. Tanveer and A. Rehman. 2014. Growth and development of Chenopodıum quinoa genotypes at different sowing dates. J. Agricultural Research 52(4): 535-546.
  • Schulte auf’m Erley, G., G. Kaul, M. Kruse, and W. Aufhammer. 2005. Yield and nitrogen utilization efficiency of the pseudocereals amaranth, quinoa and buckwheat under different nitrogen fertilization. European J. Agronomy 22: 95-100.
  • Spehar, C.R. and J.E. Da Silva Rocha. 2009. Effect of sowing density on plant growth and development of quinoa, genotype 4.5, in the Brazilian Savannah Highlands, Bioscience Journal Uberlandia 25(4): 53-58.
  • Szilagyi, L. and B. Jornsgard. 2014. Preliminary agronomic evaluation of Chenopodium quinoa Willd. under climatic conditions of Romania, Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, Faculty of Agriculture, Romania, Vol: LVII: 339-343.
  • Tan, M. and Z. Yondem. 2013. A new crop for human and animal nutrition: Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.). Alinteri 25: 62-66. Wilson, C., J. Read and E. Abo-Kassem. 2002. Effect of mixed-salt salinity on growth and ion relations of a quinoa and a wheat variety. J. Plant Nutrition 25: 2689-2704.
  • Yazar, A., A.M. Sezen, and Y. Bozkurt Colak. 2013. Yield response of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd. Q52) to saline and fresh water under the Mediterranean climatic conditions. International Conference on Sustainable Water Use for Securing Food Production in The Mediterranean Region Under Changing Climate, 10-15 March 2013, Agadir-Morocco.

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Primary Language English
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Mustafa TAN This is me (Primary Author)


Suleyman TEMEL This is me

Publication Date December 15, 2018
Published in Issue Year 2018, Volume 23, Issue 2

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Bibtex @research article { tjfc485617, journal = {Turkish Journal Of Field Crops}, issn = {1301-1111}, address = {}, publisher = {Society of Fields Crop Science}, year = {2018}, volume = {23}, pages = {180 - 186}, doi = {10.17557/tjfc.485617}, title = {PERFORMANCE OF SOME QUINOA (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) GENOTYPES GROWN IN DIFFERENT CLIMATE CONDITIONS}, key = {cite}, author = {Tan, Mustafa and Temel, Suleyman} }
APA Tan, M. & Temel, S. (2018). PERFORMANCE OF SOME QUINOA (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) GENOTYPES GROWN IN DIFFERENT CLIMATE CONDITIONS . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops , 23 (2) , 180-186 . DOI: 10.17557/tjfc.485617
MLA Tan, M. , Temel, S. "PERFORMANCE OF SOME QUINOA (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) GENOTYPES GROWN IN DIFFERENT CLIMATE CONDITIONS" . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 23 (2018 ): 180-186 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tjfc/issue/47497/485617>
Chicago Tan, M. , Temel, S. "PERFORMANCE OF SOME QUINOA (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) GENOTYPES GROWN IN DIFFERENT CLIMATE CONDITIONS". Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 23 (2018 ): 180-186
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ISNAD Tan, Mustafa , Temel, Suleyman . "PERFORMANCE OF SOME QUINOA (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) GENOTYPES GROWN IN DIFFERENT CLIMATE CONDITIONS". Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 23 / 2 (December 2018): 180-186 . https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.485617
AMA Tan M. , Temel S. PERFORMANCE OF SOME QUINOA (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) GENOTYPES GROWN IN DIFFERENT CLIMATE CONDITIONS. Turkish Journal Of Field Crops. 2018; 23(2): 180-186.
Vancouver Tan M. , Temel S. PERFORMANCE OF SOME QUINOA (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) GENOTYPES GROWN IN DIFFERENT CLIMATE CONDITIONS. Turkish Journal Of Field Crops. 2018; 23(2): 180-186.
IEEE M. Tan and S. Temel , "PERFORMANCE OF SOME QUINOA (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) GENOTYPES GROWN IN DIFFERENT CLIMATE CONDITIONS", Turkish Journal Of Field Crops, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 180-186, Dec. 2018, doi:10.17557/tjfc.485617

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