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Articles by Hasan GENC
Total Records ( 2 ) for Hasan GENC
  Irfan Emre , Dilek Turgut-Balik , Hasan GENC and Ahmet Sahin
  In this study total 9 taxa belong to four different sections (Pratensis, Orobon, Orobus and Platystylis) collected from different regions of Turkey have been studied for the analysis of seed storage protein profiles to examine their relationship by sodium dodecyl sulphate polyacrilamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) technique. Data obtained from electrophoresis of seed proteins were analysed using hierarchical clustering analysis and Euclidean distance was used for calculating the genetic resemblance. Dendogram was formed using average linkage. Electrophoretic protein profiles of seed cotyledons were showed that all taxa except for L. brachypterus var. brachypterus formed two clusters. The first one consisted of L. pratensis, L. laxiflorus subsp. laxiflorus, L. roseus and the second one L. digitatus, L. spathulatus, L. boissieri L. nivalis and L. aureus. In addition, total protein profile differences were observed when four taxa originated from 9 geographical regions belong to three sections (Sections Platystylis, Pratensis and Orobon) were analysed. Protein amount was found to be highest in L. spathulatus and lowest in L. brachypterus var. brachypterus.
  Nuran KAHRİMAN , Gonca TOSUN , Hasan GENC and Nurettin YAYLI
  The essential oil of Geranium sylvaticum L. (Geraniaceae) was isolated by hydrodistillation (HD) and microwave distillation (MD). The composition of the volatile oils was characterized by GC-FID and GC-MS. A total of 73 and 70 compounds were identified, constituting over 90.3% and 98.7% of oil composition of G. sylvaticum, respectively. Sesquiterpene hydrocarbons were shown to be the main group of constituents (HD: 31.7% and MD: 39.8%). The major component of the oils of G. sylvaticum was g -muurolene (HD: 10.9% and MD: 19.6%). The comparative study showed that the amount of total volatiles (98.7%) and the major constituent (39.8%) were better in the MD of G. sylvaticum.
 
 
 
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