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Articles by Hasan Kaya
Total Records ( 5 ) for Hasan Kaya
  Mehmet Akbulut , Deniz Anil Odabasi , Hasan Kaya , Ekrem Sanver Celik , M. Zeki Yildirim , Serpil Odabasi and Kahraman Selvi
  Species composition, abundance and monthly distribution of the Mollusca fauna and the physicochemical variables of Saricay Creek and Atikhisar Reservoir have been investigated between September 2005-August 2006. Mollusca fauna in Saricay Creek and Atikhisar Reservoir was represented by 21 species of Gastropoda and 8 species of Bivalvia. Diversity, dominance and frequency were recorded monthly. By assessing the data via Shannon-Wiener index, Saricay Creek had an index of 2.58 richness at 8th station, while, third station in Atikhisar Reservoir had the poorest with an index of 0.02. According to Bray-Curtis similarity index, the first and third stations were found to be very similar to each other, while 8th and 66 h stations were observed to be the most different from all of the other stations in terms of the dynamics of mollusca fauna. Dreissena polmorpha were the most dominant of 47.16% and frequent species of 48.96%, especially encountered in the Atikhisar Reservoir. The results of One-way Analysis of Similarity (ANOSIM) showed that mollusca compositions were significantly different between sampling sites (p<0.05). ANOSIM and Similarity Percentage analysis (SIMPER) revealed significant differences and a high degree of community dissimilarity within and between the sampling stations. The relationship between the dynamics of organisms and environmental parameters were analyzed using Canonical Correspondence Analysis. This study pointed out that water quality parameters especially COD, BOD, Anionic Detergent, salinity, TP, TN, temperature were effective on the abundance and distribution of Mollusca fauna.
  Selcuk Berber , Selcuk Turel and Hasan Kaya
  In this study, the acute toxicity of lambda-cyhalothrin, a synthetic pyrethroid pesticides heavily used in the paddy fields, to the juvenile and adults of Astacus leptodactylus was investigated. The two different experiments, one for the juvenile (0.417±0.001 g) and one for the adult (39±2.2 g) crayfish were conducted. Acute toxicity tests was performed in 3 L glass jars for the juvenile and in aquariums for the adults. Acute toxicity tests with a static control and 6 different concentrations with 3 replications were tested. About 10 healthy individuals were placed in each. During the experiments, the water temperature was kept at 20°C and average pH was constant at 7.8. At the end of the 96 h experiments, the LC50 value of lambda-cyhalothrin insektisitinin for Astacus leptodactylus were found as 0.84 ng L-1 for the juveniles and as 0.207 mg L-1 for the adults. As a result, the heavily used lambda-cyhalothrin in the paddy fields was determined to be very toxic for juveniles and for adult of Astacus leptodactylus.
  Altan Onat , Gunay Can , Hasan Kaya and Gulay Hergenc
 

Objectives

To determine the association of atherogenic index of plasma (AIP), the logarithm of molar ratio of triglyceridemia to high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (TG/HDL-cholesterol) with cardiometabolic disorders was investigated in a sample of the Turkish population.

Methods

A total of 2676 middle-aged adults were prospectively evaluated with a clinical examination and laboratory tests during 7.8 years' follow-up.

Results

AIP was significantly associated in multiple linear regression analyses with greater apolipoprotein B and lower low-density lipoprotein (LDL)-cholesterol levels, reflecting the presence of smaller LDL particle size. Whereas in men insulin levels, obesity, and nonHDL-cholesterol were major determinants, C-reactive protein (CRP) was the strongest determinant of AIP among women, independent of body mass index. Top quartiles of AIP predicted significantly age-adjusted incident coronary heart disease (CHD) in both sexes, more strongly in women, in whom quartile 3 also was a predictor with a greater than 2-fold relative risk. Associations remained significant after adjustment for CRP and traditional risk factors. AIP significantly predicted diabetes and high blood pressure in both sexes after adjustment for age and CRP. With regard to incident high blood pressure, the risk ratio in men was attenuated when body mass index also was adjusted.

Conclusions

High AIP, a surrogate of small LDL particle size, reflects obesity and hyperinsulinemia in men and high CRP status in women. It predicts CHD independently, type 2 diabetes mediated by obesity in men and in women, high blood pressure, metabolic syndrome, and CHD potentially mediated by involvement in a proinflammatory status reflected by CRP.

  Mehmet Rami Helvaci , Guven Kuvandik , Hasan Kaya , Burcin Ozer , Hulya Irde and Tugba Yetim
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  Ugur Ozekinci , Ugur Altinagac , Adnan Ayaz , Ozgur Cengiz , Hakan Ayyildiz , Hasan Kaya and Deniz Odabasi
  Selectivity parameters of gillnets used for fish catching are very important for fisheries management in lakes. The main purpose of the present study was to estimate the selectivity parameters of monofilament gill nets mesh size of 56, 64 and 72 mm (stretched mesh size) used for European chub (Leuciscus cephalus L.1758) in Atikhisar Reservoir, Canakkale, Turkey. The indirect method proposed by Holt was used for the estimation of the selectivity parameters. The common selection factors and common standard deviation of monofilament gill nets were determined as 4.25 and 2.37, respectively. For sustainable fisheries of european chub, the minimum mesh size of monofilament gill nets must be greater than 47 mm stretched mesh size.
 
 
 
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