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Articles by Meryem Yesim Celik
Total Records ( 2 ) for Meryem Yesim Celik
  Sedat Karayucel , Meryem Yesim Celik , Ismihan Karayucel and Gokhan Erik
  Raft system was practiced for mediterranean mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) culture in Sinop Region, Black sea. Four different types of collectors (A type collector was in 14 mm diameter nylon rope which is suspended from the the raft in known mussel settlement time. B type collector was in 14 mm diameter nylon rope which is suspended one month early from the known mussel settlement time. C type collector was in 22 mm diameter and made from old ship rope. D type colllector was in 19 mm diameter and made from old anchovy net) was conducted to investigate, effect of collector type on settlement. The results showed that collector types had a significant effect spat settlement. Both shape and surface structure of the collector was found significant (p<0.05). The filementous and thready surfaces of C and D type collectors were prefered by spats for initial settlement. D type collector had a highest density with 6.37±0.60 ind cm-2. At the end of 8 months experimental period, the number of spats on A, B, C and D type collectors were found as 1218±7.90, 1344±6.80, 3480±5.10 and 3800±5.40 ind m-1, respectively.
  Saniye Turk Culha , Meryem Yesim Celik , Mehmet Culha , Ismihan Karayucel and Ayse Gundogdu
  The concentration of cadmium (Cd), copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) in the raft cultivated Mediterranean mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis from the Sinop Peninsula, in the Black Sea were investigated seasonally. The mean concentrations of Cd, Cu and Zn in the soft tissues were 2.530.19, 6.980.31 and 228.0016.75 g g 1 dry weights (dw), respectively. There were no significant differences between the metal concentrations among the seasons (p>0.05). Cd and Zn levels were higher than legislative limits, while Cu level was below. The Cd and Zn concentrations in cultivated area were danger to human health or human consumption.
 
 
 
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