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Articles by Levent Sangun
Total Records ( 3 ) for Levent Sangun
  Levent Sangun , Soner Cankaya , G. Tamer Kayaalp and Mustafa Akar
  The aim of the study is to find out, the utility function of factor analysis scores in multiple linear regression model that were used to estimate body weight with respect to some body measurements (total length, standard length, fork length, head length, body depth, body circuit, body height) measured from Lizardfish in Iskenderun Bay. The results of the factor analysis showed that 3 factor with eigenvalues greater than 1 can be selected as explanatory variables and used to estimate body weight of Lizardfish in multiple linear regression model. The factors accounted for 98.4% of total variation in the body weight.
  Levent Sangun , Canan Tureli , Erhan Akamca and Onder Duysak
  In this study, relationships between width/length-weight and width-length by sex and combine were estimated 1133 individuals belonging to 8 species from 5 families in the North-eastern Mediterranean coast of Turkey. Regression coefficient between the regression of W-CL, W-CW and CL-CW for female, male and both were found very high (p<0.001) and the median value of b W-CL were 3.135, 3.132 and 3.081; W-CW were 3.135, 3.132 and 3.081, respectively. The r2 values ranged from 0.91-0.99.
  Gokhan Gokce , Deniz Erguden , Levent Sangun , Mustafa Cekic and Sibel Alagoz
  In this study, the width/length-weight relationships of the blue crab population (Callinectes sapidus Rathbun, 1986) living in Camlik Lagoon Lake (Adana) were investigated considering sex and maturity. A total of 743 samples were collected and analyzed. The Carapace Width (CW) distribution ranged from 2.30 to 17.80 cm and the weight distribution ranged from 0.70 to 301 g. Carapace width/carapace length-weight relationships was found to be as W = 0.4782CL3.106 (R = 0.987) and W = 0.0902CW2.932 (R = 0.982).
 
 
 
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