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Determination of soil nutrient status in Vuralia turcica populations growing at different locations in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey

Yıl 2018, Cilt 42, Sayı 3, 317 - 326, 03.05.2018

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This study is an overview of the importance of soil nutrients for the maintenance of Vuralia turcica, which is an endemic in Turkey due to its natural habitats. Electrical conductivity, pH, and mineral element content (macroelements: nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and sodium, and microelements: boron, cadmium, copper, iron, manganese, nickel, lead, and zinc) were analyzed in 21 soil samples taken at 30?60 m depth at 21 points from 8 different locations where V. turcica was growing to determine nutrient content, which is important for soil fertility and controls the crop yield. According to pH analysis, all samples were strongly alkaline (pH 8.62 to 9.30). Only one sample taken from the Kırca region was saline/alkaline and other samples were saltless. All samples were not toxic in reference to Cd level and were rich in terms of Na, K, Mg, and Ca, whereas Ni and P content were lower than the recommended amount in all samples tested. B, Cd, Cu, and Fe contents were sufficient according to ideal soil nutrient content level in all samples. N level was sufficient in all except for 3 soil samples. All tested soil samples were considered poor in Zn content, which varied from 0.19 to 1.83.

Kaynakça

  • Andersen A (2007). Carey reams’ testing and evaluation methods. Acres U.S.A. 37: 1-3.
  • Republic of Turkey Ministry Forestry and Water Affairs (MFWA), General Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks (GDNCNP), (2014). Baklagillerin kraliçesi: Eber sarısı- Piyan ( Thermopsis turcica ) (Queen of the family of Fabaceae: Eber’s Yellow-Piyan ( Thermopsis turcica ) [online]. Website: http://www.milliparklar.gov.tr/yabanhayati/turkorumasube/ Piyan.pdf [accessed 18.09.2014].
  • Ashraf YM, Roohi M, Iqbal Z, Ashraf M, Ozturk M, Gucel S (2016). Cadmium (Cd) and lead (Pb) induced changes in growth, some biochemical attributes and mineral accumulation in two cultivars of mung bean [ Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek]. Commun Soil Sci Plan 47: 405-413.
  • Aşçı F, Bahadır M, Akkuş GU (2015). Study on the impact of elements in water on the diversity of water mites ( Acari , Hydrachnidia ) species. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology 6: 259-264.
  • Black CA (1993). Soil Fertility Evaluation and Control. Boca Raton, FL, USA: Lewis Publishers.
  • Carter MR, Gregorich EG (2006). Soil Sampling and Methods of Analysis. 2nd ed. Boca Raton, FL, USA: CRC Press.
  • Cenkci S, Kargıoğlu M, Dayan S, Konuk M (2007). Endangered status and propagation of an endemic plant species, Thermopsis turcica (Fabaceae). Asian J Plant Sci 6: 288-293.
  • Dahnke WC, Olson RA (1990). Soil test correlation, calibration, and recommendation. In: Westerman RL, editor. Soil Testing and Plant Analysis, 3rd ed., SSSA, Madison, WI, USA: Soil Science Society of America, pp. 45-71.
  • Ekim T, Koyuncu M, Vural M (2000). Türkiye Bitkileri Kırmızı Kitabı, Eğrelti ve Tohumlu Bitkiler (Red Data Book of Turkish plants, Pteridophyta and Spermatophyta). Ankara, Turkey: Barışcan Ofset.
  • Falciani R, Novaro E, Marchesini M, Gucciardi M (2000). Multi- element analysis of soil and sediment by ICP-MS after a microwave assisted digestion method. J Anal Atom Spectrom 15: 561-565.
  • Ferreiro PJ, Pereira De Almeida,V, Alves MC, Aparecida De Abreu C, Vieira SR, Vázquez EV (2016). Spatial variability of soil organic matter and cation exchange capacity in an oxisol under different land uses. Commun Soil Sci Plan 47: 75-89.
  • Foth HD, Ellis BG (1996). Soil Fertility. 2nd ed. Boca Raton, FL, USA: CRC Press.
  • Gaudino S, Galas C, Belli M, Barbizzi S, De Zorzi P, Jaćimović R, Jeran Z, Pati A, Sansone U (2007). The role of different soil sample digestion methods on trace elements analysis: a comparison of ICP-MS and INAA measurement results. Accred Qual Assur 12: 84-93.
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  • Marschner P (2012). Mineral Nutrient in Higher Plants. 3rd ed. London, UK: Academic Press.
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  • Richards LA (1954). Diagnosis and Improvement of Saline and Alkali Soils. California: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Agriculture handbook, no. 60.
  • Sahrawat KL (2016). Soil and plant testing for iron: an appraisal. Commun Soil Sci Plan 47: 280-283.
  • Saraçoğlu M, Sürücü A, Koşar İ, Taş Anlağan M, Aydoğdu M, Kara H (2014). Şanlıurfa ili Halfeti ilçesi topraklarının bazı özellikleri ve bitki besin elementi kapsamlarının belirlenmesi. Toprak Bilimi ve Bitki Besleme Dergisi 2: 38-45.
  • Stockdale E, Shepherd MA, Fortune S, Cuttle SP (2002). Soil fertility in organic farming systems – fundamentally different? Soil Use and Management 18: 301-308.
  • Tan K, Vural M, Küçüködük M (1983). An unusual new Thermopsis from Turkey. Notes Roy Bot Gard Edinburgh 40: 515-518.
  • Tavakkoli E, Rengasamy P, McDonald GK (2010). High concentrations of Na + and Cl – ions in soil solution have simultaneous detrimental effects on growth of faba bean under salinity stress. J Exp Bot 61: 4449-4459.
  • Tekdal D, Cetiner S (2014). In-ovule embryo culture of Thermopsis turcica . J Anim Plant Sci 24: 1673-1679.
  • Thangasamy A (2015). Quantification of dry matter accumulation and nutrient uptake pattern of short day onion ( Allium cepa L.). Commun Soil Sci Plan 47: 246-254.
  • Tüzüner A (1990). Toprak ve Su Analizi Laboratuvar El Kitabı. Ankara, Turkey: T.C. Tarım ve Köyişleri Bakanlığı.
  • Uysal T, Ertuğrul K, Bozkurt M (2014). A new genus segregated from Thermopsis (Fabaceae: Papilionoideae): Vuralia. Plant Syst Evol 300: 1627-1637.
  • Ülgen N, Yurtsever N (1995). Türkiye G übre ve Gübreleme Rehberi. Ankara, Turkey: Toprak ve Gübre Araştırma Enstitüsü. Vural M (2009). Piyan ( Thermopsis turcica ). Bağbahçe 25: 14-16.
  • Yıldız M, Pehlivan E, Terzi H (2017). Proteomic analysis of flowers at two developmental stages in Thermopsis turcica (Fabaceae). Turk J Bot 41: 234-243.

Yıl 2018, Cilt 42, Sayı 3, 317 - 326, 03.05.2018

Öz

Kaynakça

  • Andersen A (2007). Carey reams’ testing and evaluation methods. Acres U.S.A. 37: 1-3.
  • Republic of Turkey Ministry Forestry and Water Affairs (MFWA), General Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks (GDNCNP), (2014). Baklagillerin kraliçesi: Eber sarısı- Piyan ( Thermopsis turcica ) (Queen of the family of Fabaceae: Eber’s Yellow-Piyan ( Thermopsis turcica ) [online]. Website: http://www.milliparklar.gov.tr/yabanhayati/turkorumasube/ Piyan.pdf [accessed 18.09.2014].
  • Ashraf YM, Roohi M, Iqbal Z, Ashraf M, Ozturk M, Gucel S (2016). Cadmium (Cd) and lead (Pb) induced changes in growth, some biochemical attributes and mineral accumulation in two cultivars of mung bean [ Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek]. Commun Soil Sci Plan 47: 405-413.
  • Aşçı F, Bahadır M, Akkuş GU (2015). Study on the impact of elements in water on the diversity of water mites ( Acari , Hydrachnidia ) species. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology 6: 259-264.
  • Black CA (1993). Soil Fertility Evaluation and Control. Boca Raton, FL, USA: Lewis Publishers.
  • Carter MR, Gregorich EG (2006). Soil Sampling and Methods of Analysis. 2nd ed. Boca Raton, FL, USA: CRC Press.
  • Cenkci S, Kargıoğlu M, Dayan S, Konuk M (2007). Endangered status and propagation of an endemic plant species, Thermopsis turcica (Fabaceae). Asian J Plant Sci 6: 288-293.
  • Dahnke WC, Olson RA (1990). Soil test correlation, calibration, and recommendation. In: Westerman RL, editor. Soil Testing and Plant Analysis, 3rd ed., SSSA, Madison, WI, USA: Soil Science Society of America, pp. 45-71.
  • Ekim T, Koyuncu M, Vural M (2000). Türkiye Bitkileri Kırmızı Kitabı, Eğrelti ve Tohumlu Bitkiler (Red Data Book of Turkish plants, Pteridophyta and Spermatophyta). Ankara, Turkey: Barışcan Ofset.
  • Falciani R, Novaro E, Marchesini M, Gucciardi M (2000). Multi- element analysis of soil and sediment by ICP-MS after a microwave assisted digestion method. J Anal Atom Spectrom 15: 561-565.
  • Ferreiro PJ, Pereira De Almeida,V, Alves MC, Aparecida De Abreu C, Vieira SR, Vázquez EV (2016). Spatial variability of soil organic matter and cation exchange capacity in an oxisol under different land uses. Commun Soil Sci Plan 47: 75-89.
  • Foth HD, Ellis BG (1996). Soil Fertility. 2nd ed. Boca Raton, FL, USA: CRC Press.
  • Gaudino S, Galas C, Belli M, Barbizzi S, De Zorzi P, Jaćimović R, Jeran Z, Pati A, Sansone U (2007). The role of different soil sample digestion methods on trace elements analysis: a comparison of ICP-MS and INAA measurement results. Accred Qual Assur 12: 84-93.
  • IUCN 2014. The IUCN red list of threatened species. Version 2014.1 [online]. Website: www.iucnredlist.org [accessed 10.10.2017].
  • Jackson ML (1959). Soil Chemical Analysis. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA: Prentice Hall. Kavak S (2014). Thermopsis turcica . The IUCN red list of threatened species 2014: e.T19619476A19620956 [online]. Website: http://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK.20141.RLTS. T19619476A19620956.en [accessed 09.10.2017].
  • Khan S, Naz A, Asim M, Ahmad SS, Yousaf S, Muhammad S (2013). Toxicity and bioaccumulation of heavy metals in spinach seedlings grown on freshly contaminated soil. Pak J Bot 45: 501-508.
  • Lindsay WL, Norvell WA (1978). Development of a DTPA soil test for zinc, iron, manganese, and copper. Soil Science Society of America Journal 42: 421-428.
  • Marschner P (2012). Mineral Nutrient in Higher Plants. 3rd ed. London, UK: Academic Press.
  • Mengütay M, Ceylan Y, Kutman UB, Cakmak I (2013). Adequate magnesium nutrition mitigates adverse effects of heat stress on maize and wheat. Plant Soil 368: 57-72.
  • Moor C, Lymberopoulou T, Dietrich VJ (2001). Determination of heavy metals in soils, sediments and geological materials by ICP-AES and ICP-MS. Microchim Acta 136: 123-128.
  • Olsen SR, Cole CV, Watanabe FS, Dean LA (1954). Estimation of Available Phosphorus in Soil by Extraction with Sodium Bicarbonate. USDA Circular. Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture.
  • Özdemir C, Dural H, Ertugrul K, Küçüködük M, Baran P, Sanda MA (2008). Morphology and anatomy of endemic Thermopsis turcica Kit Tan, Vural & Küçüködük. Bangladesh J Bot 37: 105- 114.
  • Özdemir A, Kahraman S (2015). Toprak bilgisi ve bitki besleme. Website http://www.kitapark.com/pdf/toprak-bilgisi-ve-bitki- besleme.pdf. [accessed 29.06.2017].
  • Özhayat N, Byfield A, Atay S (2005). Türkiye’nin 122 Önemli Bitki Alanı (Important Plant Areas in Turkey: 122 Key Botanical Sites). İstanbul, Turkey: WWF-Türkiye (Doğal Hayatı Koruma Vakfı).
  • Richards LA (1954). Diagnosis and Improvement of Saline and Alkali Soils. California: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Agriculture handbook, no. 60.
  • Sahrawat KL (2016). Soil and plant testing for iron: an appraisal. Commun Soil Sci Plan 47: 280-283.
  • Saraçoğlu M, Sürücü A, Koşar İ, Taş Anlağan M, Aydoğdu M, Kara H (2014). Şanlıurfa ili Halfeti ilçesi topraklarının bazı özellikleri ve bitki besin elementi kapsamlarının belirlenmesi. Toprak Bilimi ve Bitki Besleme Dergisi 2: 38-45.
  • Stockdale E, Shepherd MA, Fortune S, Cuttle SP (2002). Soil fertility in organic farming systems – fundamentally different? Soil Use and Management 18: 301-308.
  • Tan K, Vural M, Küçüködük M (1983). An unusual new Thermopsis from Turkey. Notes Roy Bot Gard Edinburgh 40: 515-518.
  • Tavakkoli E, Rengasamy P, McDonald GK (2010). High concentrations of Na + and Cl – ions in soil solution have simultaneous detrimental effects on growth of faba bean under salinity stress. J Exp Bot 61: 4449-4459.
  • Tekdal D, Cetiner S (2014). In-ovule embryo culture of Thermopsis turcica . J Anim Plant Sci 24: 1673-1679.
  • Thangasamy A (2015). Quantification of dry matter accumulation and nutrient uptake pattern of short day onion ( Allium cepa L.). Commun Soil Sci Plan 47: 246-254.
  • Tüzüner A (1990). Toprak ve Su Analizi Laboratuvar El Kitabı. Ankara, Turkey: T.C. Tarım ve Köyişleri Bakanlığı.
  • Uysal T, Ertuğrul K, Bozkurt M (2014). A new genus segregated from Thermopsis (Fabaceae: Papilionoideae): Vuralia. Plant Syst Evol 300: 1627-1637.
  • Ülgen N, Yurtsever N (1995). Türkiye G übre ve Gübreleme Rehberi. Ankara, Turkey: Toprak ve Gübre Araştırma Enstitüsü. Vural M (2009). Piyan ( Thermopsis turcica ). Bağbahçe 25: 14-16.
  • Yıldız M, Pehlivan E, Terzi H (2017). Proteomic analysis of flowers at two developmental stages in Thermopsis turcica (Fabaceae). Turk J Bot 41: 234-243.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Fen
Bölüm Makaleler
Yazarlar

Dilek TEKDAL Bu kişi benim


Burçin ÇINGAY
0000-0003-1001-1937


Selim ÇETİNER Bu kişi benim

Yayımlanma Tarihi 3 Mayıs 2018
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2018, Cilt 42, Sayı 3

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Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { tbtkbotany447707, journal = {Turkish Journal of Botany}, issn = {1300-008X}, eissn = {1303-6106}, address = {}, publisher = {TÜBİTAK}, year = {2018}, volume = {42}, pages = {317 - 326}, doi = {}, title = {Determination of soil nutrient status in Vuralia turcica populations growing at different locations in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey}, key = {cite}, author = {Tekdal, Dilek and Çıngay, Burçin and Çetiner, Selim} }
APA Tekdal, D. , Çıngay, B. & Çetiner, S. (2018). Determination of soil nutrient status in Vuralia turcica populations growing at different locations in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey . Turkish Journal of Botany , 42 (3) , 317-326 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/tbtkbotany/issue/38581/447707
MLA Tekdal, D. , Çıngay, B. , Çetiner, S. "Determination of soil nutrient status in Vuralia turcica populations growing at different locations in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey" . Turkish Journal of Botany 42 (2018 ): 317-326 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/tbtkbotany/issue/38581/447707>
Chicago Tekdal, D. , Çıngay, B. , Çetiner, S. "Determination of soil nutrient status in Vuralia turcica populations growing at different locations in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey". Turkish Journal of Botany 42 (2018 ): 317-326
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EndNote %0 Turkish Journal of Botany Determination of soil nutrient status in Vuralia turcica populations growing at different locations in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey %A Dilek Tekdal , Burçin Çıngay , Selim Çetiner %T Determination of soil nutrient status in Vuralia turcica populations growing at different locations in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey %D 2018 %J Turkish Journal of Botany %P 1300-008X-1303-6106 %V 42 %N 3 %R %U
ISNAD Tekdal, Dilek , Çıngay, Burçin , Çetiner, Selim . "Determination of soil nutrient status in Vuralia turcica populations growing at different locations in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey". Turkish Journal of Botany 42 / 3 (Mayıs 2018): 317-326 .
AMA Tekdal D. , Çıngay B. , Çetiner S. Determination of soil nutrient status in Vuralia turcica populations growing at different locations in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey. Turkish Journal of Botany. 2018; 42(3): 317-326.
Vancouver Tekdal D. , Çıngay B. , Çetiner S. Determination of soil nutrient status in Vuralia turcica populations growing at different locations in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey. Turkish Journal of Botany. 2018; 42(3): 317-326.
IEEE D. Tekdal , B. Çıngay ve S. Çetiner , "Determination of soil nutrient status in Vuralia turcica populations growing at different locations in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey", Turkish Journal of Botany, c. 42, sayı. 3, ss. 317-326, May. 2018