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Year 2020, Volume 25, Issue 1, 9 - 17, 11.06.2020
https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.609749

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References

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  • Referans5 Ayerza, R. 2010. Effects of seed color and growing locations on fatty acid content and composition of two chia (Salvia hispanica L.) genotypes. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 87(10): 1161-1165.
  • Referans6 Coates, W. 2009. Influence of environment on growing period and yield, protein, oil and α-linolenic content of three chia (Salvia hispanica L.) selections. Industrial Crops and Products. 30(2): 321-324.
  • Referans7 Canavar, Ö., F. Ellmer. and F.M. Chmielewski. 2010. Investigation of yield and yield components of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) cultivars in the ecological conditions of Berlin (Germany). Helia. 33(53): 117-130.
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  • Referans11 Güvercin, R.Ş., M. Tanrıverdi, H.A. Yılmaz. 2002. A research on yield and yield components of some sunflower varieties that can be grown in Harran Plain. Harran University Journal of Agriculture Faculty. 6(3-4): 57-64.
  • Referans12 Habibullah, H., S.S. Mehi, M.A. Anjum and R. Ahmad. 2007. Genetic association and path analysis for oil yield in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.). Int. J. Agric. Biol. 9(2): 359-361.
  • Referans13 Iqbal, Q., A. Safdar, M.N. Tahir, O. Shafique, B.A. Khan, A. Ijaz and I. Khan. 2018. Assessment of different exotic sunflower hybrids for their agro-ecological adaptability. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Research. 31(2): 122-132.
  • Referans14 Khan, H., H. Ur-Rahman, H. Ahmad, H. Alıınamullah and M. Alam. 2008. Magnitude of combining ability of sunflower genotypes in different environments. Pakistan Journal of Botany. 40(1): 151-160.
  • Referans15 Kaleem, S., F.U. Hassan M. Ahmad, I. Mahmood, A. Wasaya, M.A. Randhawa, P. Khaliq. 2011. Effect of growing degree days on autumn planted sunflower. African Journal of Biotechnology. 10(44): 8840–8846.
  • Referans16 Kang, M.S. 2002. Genotype-environment interaction: Progress and prospects. In: M.S. Kang (Ed.), Quantitative genetics, genomics and plant breeding, CAB International: Wallingford: England.
  • Referans17 Kıllı, F. and F. Tekeli. 2016. Seed yield and some yield components of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) genotypes in Kahramanmaraş (Turkey) Conditions. Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research. 3(4): 346-349.
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  • Referans21 Mrdja, J., J. Crnobarac, V. Radić and V. Miklič. 2012. Sunflower seed quality and yield in relation to environmental conditions of production region. Helia. 35(57): 123-134.
  • Referans22 Mostafa, S.H.A. and F. Ashmawy. 1998. Performance and yield stability of some flax genotypes. Ann. Agric. Sci. 43: 403-417.
  • Referans23 Olsen, S.R., L.E. Sommers and A.L. Page. 1982. Methods of soil analysis. Part, 2.
  • Referans24 Onemli, F. 2012. Impact of climate changes and correlations on oil fatty acids in sunflower. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 49: 455–458.
  • Referans25 Özer, H., T. Polat and E. Ozturk. 2003. Response of irrigated sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) hybrids to nitrogen fertilization: growth, yield and yield components. Plant Soil and Environment. 50(5): 205-211.
  • Referans26 Page A., R. Miller and D. Keeney. 1982. Methods of Soil Analysis Chemical and Microbiological Properties.ASA, Inc. and SSSA. Inc., Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
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  • Referans28 Schneiter, A.A. and J.F. Miller. 1981. Description of sunflower growth stages 1. Crop Science. 21(6): 901-903.
  • Referans29 Sobrino, E., A.M. Tarquis. and M.C. Díaz. 2003. Modeling the oleic acid content in sunflower oil. Agronomy Journal. 95(2): 329-334.
  • Referans30 Taran, S.A., D.M. Baloch, N.U. Khan, J.E.H.A.N. Bakht, S.H. Ghaloo, N. Shahwani and M. S. Kakar. 2013. Earliness and yield performance of sunflower hybrids in uplands of Balochistan, Pakistan. Pak. J. Bot. 45(4): 1397-1402.
  • Referans31 Tozlu, E., T. Dizikısa, A.M. Kumlay, M. Okçu, M. Pehluvan, C. Kaya. 2008. ErzurumPasinler Ekolojik Koşullarında Yetiştirilen Bazı Yağlık Ayçiçeği (Helianthus annuus L.) Hibridlerinin Agronomik Performanslarının Belirlenmesi. Tarım Bilimleri Dergisi. 14 (4): 359-364.
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  • Referans33 Yılmaz, H.A. and N. Bayraktar. 1996. İki farklı lokasyonda 12 ayçiçeği (Helianthus annuus L.) çeşidinin verim ve verim unsurlarının belirlenmesi. Tarım Bilimleri Dergisi.2(3):63-69.
  • Referans34 Zavalía, R.L., M.G. Alcocer, F.J. Fuentes, W.A. Rodríguez, M. Morandini and M.R. Devani. 2011. Desarrollo del cultivo de chía en Tucumán, Republica Agentina. Revista Avance Agroindustrial. 32(4): 27-30.
  • Referans35 Zheljazkov, V.D., B.A. Vick, M.W. Ebelhar, N. Buehring, B.S. Baldwin, T. Astatkie and J.F. Miller. 2008. Yield, oil content, and composition of sunflower grown at multiple locations in Mississippi. Agronomy Journal. 100(3): 635-642.

DETERMINATION OF YIELD AND QUALITY PARAMETERS OF OIL SUNFLOWER GENOTYPES GROWN IN TURKEY

Year 2020, Volume 25, Issue 1, 9 - 17, 11.06.2020
https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.609749

Abstract

Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L) has gained importance in the world as a major oilseed for vegetable oil. The reactions of the same sunflower genotypes to varying ecologies are different and yield and yield characteristics may vary depending on this. In this study, we were interested in understanding differential sensitivity of certain sunflower genotypes to different agro-ecological environments in Turkey. A 2-year (2015–2016) study was conducted on a clay-loam soil in a low and high altitude environment to (i) evaluate the genotype × location × year interaction (G×L×Y) for sunflower genotypes, (ii) predict yield components performance and identify high stable sunflower genotypes, and (iii) make genotype-specific management and high performing genotype recommendations within and across agro-ecological regions. The highest yield of seed and oil yield was obtained from the Coral (G1) genotypes, averaging 3558.5 and 1535.6 kg ha-1, respectively in Erzurum and from the 64LC108 (G4) genotypes averaging 2905.7 and 1267.4 kg ha-1, respectively in Samsun ecological conditions. As a result, the determination of the sunflower genotypes suitable for the region will provide the opportunity to obtain high-yield and high quality products because the soil, environment and climatic factors of the region in which they are grown are very effective in determining seed yield and oil content.

References

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  • Referans2 Alem, C., A. Worku, M. Mekonnen, T. Asres, D. Fentie, E. Mihiretu and J. Esmael. 2016. GGE stability analysis of seed yield in sunflower genotypes (Helianthus annuus L.) in western Amhara Region, Ethiopia. International J. Pl. Breed. and Genet. 10: 104-109.
  • Referans3 Arıoğlu, H.H. 2007. Growing and breeding of oil plants course book. Publication No: 220. Adana. (in Turkish)
  • Referans4 Ashok, S., S. Mohamed. and S.L. Narayanan. 2000. Combining ability studies in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.). Crop Research (Hisar). 20(3): 457-462.
  • Referans5 Ayerza, R. 2010. Effects of seed color and growing locations on fatty acid content and composition of two chia (Salvia hispanica L.) genotypes. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society. 87(10): 1161-1165.
  • Referans6 Coates, W. 2009. Influence of environment on growing period and yield, protein, oil and α-linolenic content of three chia (Salvia hispanica L.) selections. Industrial Crops and Products. 30(2): 321-324.
  • Referans7 Canavar, Ö., F. Ellmer. and F.M. Chmielewski. 2010. Investigation of yield and yield components of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) cultivars in the ecological conditions of Berlin (Germany). Helia. 33(53): 117-130.
  • Referans8 Carter, J.F. 1978. Sunflower science and technology (Vol. 19). Madison: American Society of Agronomy.
  • Referans9 Cvejić, S., S. Jocić, I. Radeka, M. Jocković, V. Miklič, V. Mladenov. and V. Lončarević. 2015. Evaluation of stability in new early-maturing sunflower hybrids. Journal on Processing and Energy in Agriculture. 19(5): 255-258.
  • Referans10 Goyne, P.J. and G.L. Hammer. 1982. Phenology of sunflower cultivars. 2nd controlled environment studies of temperature and photoperiod effects. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research. 33(2): 251-261.
  • Referans11 Güvercin, R.Ş., M. Tanrıverdi, H.A. Yılmaz. 2002. A research on yield and yield components of some sunflower varieties that can be grown in Harran Plain. Harran University Journal of Agriculture Faculty. 6(3-4): 57-64.
  • Referans12 Habibullah, H., S.S. Mehi, M.A. Anjum and R. Ahmad. 2007. Genetic association and path analysis for oil yield in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.). Int. J. Agric. Biol. 9(2): 359-361.
  • Referans13 Iqbal, Q., A. Safdar, M.N. Tahir, O. Shafique, B.A. Khan, A. Ijaz and I. Khan. 2018. Assessment of different exotic sunflower hybrids for their agro-ecological adaptability. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Research. 31(2): 122-132.
  • Referans14 Khan, H., H. Ur-Rahman, H. Ahmad, H. Alıınamullah and M. Alam. 2008. Magnitude of combining ability of sunflower genotypes in different environments. Pakistan Journal of Botany. 40(1): 151-160.
  • Referans15 Kaleem, S., F.U. Hassan M. Ahmad, I. Mahmood, A. Wasaya, M.A. Randhawa, P. Khaliq. 2011. Effect of growing degree days on autumn planted sunflower. African Journal of Biotechnology. 10(44): 8840–8846.
  • Referans16 Kang, M.S. 2002. Genotype-environment interaction: Progress and prospects. In: M.S. Kang (Ed.), Quantitative genetics, genomics and plant breeding, CAB International: Wallingford: England.
  • Referans17 Kıllı, F. and F. Tekeli. 2016. Seed yield and some yield components of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) genotypes in Kahramanmaraş (Turkey) Conditions. Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research. 3(4): 346-349.
  • Referans18 Klute A. and R.C. Dinauer. 1986. Physical and mineralogical methods. Planning. 8: 79.
  • Referans19 Marjanović-Jeromela, A., N. Nagl, J. Gvozdanović-Varga, N. Hristov, A. Kondić-Špika and M.V.R. Marinković. 2011. Genotype by environment interaction for seed yield per plant in rapeseed using AMMI model. Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira. 46(2): 174-181.
  • Referans20 Miller, J. F. and B.A. Vick. 1999. Inheritance of reduced stearic and palmitic acid content in sunflower seed oil. Crop science. 39(2): 364-367.
  • Referans21 Mrdja, J., J. Crnobarac, V. Radić and V. Miklič. 2012. Sunflower seed quality and yield in relation to environmental conditions of production region. Helia. 35(57): 123-134.
  • Referans22 Mostafa, S.H.A. and F. Ashmawy. 1998. Performance and yield stability of some flax genotypes. Ann. Agric. Sci. 43: 403-417.
  • Referans23 Olsen, S.R., L.E. Sommers and A.L. Page. 1982. Methods of soil analysis. Part, 2.
  • Referans24 Onemli, F. 2012. Impact of climate changes and correlations on oil fatty acids in sunflower. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 49: 455–458.
  • Referans25 Özer, H., T. Polat and E. Ozturk. 2003. Response of irrigated sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) hybrids to nitrogen fertilization: growth, yield and yield components. Plant Soil and Environment. 50(5): 205-211.
  • Referans26 Page A., R. Miller and D. Keeney. 1982. Methods of Soil Analysis Chemical and Microbiological Properties.ASA, Inc. and SSSA. Inc., Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
  • Referans27 Rhoades, J.D. 1982. Cation Exchange Capacity 1. Methods of soil analysis. Part 2. Chemical and microbiological properties, (methodsofsoilan2).
  • Referans28 Schneiter, A.A. and J.F. Miller. 1981. Description of sunflower growth stages 1. Crop Science. 21(6): 901-903.
  • Referans29 Sobrino, E., A.M. Tarquis. and M.C. Díaz. 2003. Modeling the oleic acid content in sunflower oil. Agronomy Journal. 95(2): 329-334.
  • Referans30 Taran, S.A., D.M. Baloch, N.U. Khan, J.E.H.A.N. Bakht, S.H. Ghaloo, N. Shahwani and M. S. Kakar. 2013. Earliness and yield performance of sunflower hybrids in uplands of Balochistan, Pakistan. Pak. J. Bot. 45(4): 1397-1402.
  • Referans31 Tozlu, E., T. Dizikısa, A.M. Kumlay, M. Okçu, M. Pehluvan, C. Kaya. 2008. ErzurumPasinler Ekolojik Koşullarında Yetiştirilen Bazı Yağlık Ayçiçeği (Helianthus annuus L.) Hibridlerinin Agronomik Performanslarının Belirlenmesi. Tarım Bilimleri Dergisi. 14 (4): 359-364.
  • Referans32 Yılmaz, H.A. and Ş.E. Emiroğlu. 1995. Hibrit Ayçiçeği (Helianthus annuus L.) lslahında Orobanş'a Dayanıkhhk, Verim, Verim Unsurları ve Bazı Kimyasal Karakterler Üzerinde Araştırmalar. Tr.J. of Agriculturre and Forestry. 19: 397-406.
  • Referans33 Yılmaz, H.A. and N. Bayraktar. 1996. İki farklı lokasyonda 12 ayçiçeği (Helianthus annuus L.) çeşidinin verim ve verim unsurlarının belirlenmesi. Tarım Bilimleri Dergisi.2(3):63-69.
  • Referans34 Zavalía, R.L., M.G. Alcocer, F.J. Fuentes, W.A. Rodríguez, M. Morandini and M.R. Devani. 2011. Desarrollo del cultivo de chía en Tucumán, Republica Agentina. Revista Avance Agroindustrial. 32(4): 27-30.
  • Referans35 Zheljazkov, V.D., B.A. Vick, M.W. Ebelhar, N. Buehring, B.S. Baldwin, T. Astatkie and J.F. Miller. 2008. Yield, oil content, and composition of sunflower grown at multiple locations in Mississippi. Agronomy Journal. 100(3): 635-642.

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Primary Language English
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Volkan GÜL> (Primary Author)
BAYBURT ÜNİVERSİTESİ, UYGULAMALI BİLİMLER FAKÜLTESİ, ORGANİK TARIM İŞLETMECİLİĞİ BÖLÜMÜ
0000-0003-4899-2822
Türkiye


Furkan COBAN>
ATATÜRK ÜNİVERSİTESİ, ZİRAAT FAKÜLTESİ, TARLA BİTKİLERİ BÖLÜMÜ
0000-0003-2815-8988
Türkiye

Publication Date June 11, 2020
Published in Issue Year 2020, Volume 25, Issue 1

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Bibtex @research article { tjfc609749, journal = {Turkish Journal Of Field Crops}, issn = {1301-1111}, address = {}, publisher = {Society of Fields Crop Science}, year = {2020}, volume = {25}, number = {1}, pages = {9 - 17}, doi = {10.17557/tjfc.609749}, title = {DETERMINATION OF YIELD AND QUALITY PARAMETERS OF OIL SUNFLOWER GENOTYPES GROWN IN TURKEY}, key = {cite}, author = {Gül, Volkan and Coban, Furkan} }
APA Gül, V. & Coban, F. (2020). DETERMINATION OF YIELD AND QUALITY PARAMETERS OF OIL SUNFLOWER GENOTYPES GROWN IN TURKEY . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops , 25 (1) , 9-17 . DOI: 10.17557/tjfc.609749
MLA Gül, V. , Coban, F. "DETERMINATION OF YIELD AND QUALITY PARAMETERS OF OIL SUNFLOWER GENOTYPES GROWN IN TURKEY" . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 25 (2020 ): 9-17 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tjfc/issue/54900/609749>
Chicago Gül, V. , Coban, F. "DETERMINATION OF YIELD AND QUALITY PARAMETERS OF OIL SUNFLOWER GENOTYPES GROWN IN TURKEY". Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 25 (2020 ): 9-17
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AMA Gül V. , Coban F. DETERMINATION OF YIELD AND QUALITY PARAMETERS OF OIL SUNFLOWER GENOTYPES GROWN IN TURKEY. Turkish Journal Of Field Crops. 2020; 25(1): 9-17.
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IEEE V. Gül and F. Coban , "DETERMINATION OF YIELD AND QUALITY PARAMETERS OF OIL SUNFLOWER GENOTYPES GROWN IN TURKEY", Turkish Journal Of Field Crops, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 9-17, Jun. 2020, doi:10.17557/tjfc.609749

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