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Articles by Mustafa Palaz
Total Records ( 3 ) for Mustafa Palaz
  Harun Yildiz , Aynur Lok and Mustafa Palaz
  The study was carried out in Kilya (Poyraz) Bay in Dardanelles between November 2002 and December 2003. Net rope I and net rope II were hung in November and December 2002, respectively. The number of mussels was counted as 2630 seeds/100 cm2 between November-December and 5019 mussel seed/100 cm2 between and December-January, respectively. The number of mussel seeds in the collectors is remarkable for mussel culture. Since pediveliger and postlarvae mussels were found in all samples, reproduction continued throughout the year. As parallel to the changes, the sea water temperature and amount of chlorophyll-a, growth rate variation of mussels estimated here with low values in winter and maximum in spring. A great amount of first attachment mussels on collectors attained 35-48.3 mm length after a year. This growth rate is suitable for commercial mussel culture in the Dardanelles.
  Harun Y2ld2z , Mustafa Palaz and Seydi Ali Doyuk
  This study was carried out at three different location (Kepez Harbour, Kilya Bay and Canakkale Harbour) in the Dardanelles between October 1999 and July 2000. Obtained data revealed that while at lowest levels in December, dry meat rates were found at highest levels in February, hence carbohydrate (glycogen) rates reached highest levels and protein rates were at lowest levels in February. No significant differencies were found in biochemical parameters (protein, lipid, ash, carbohydrate) among three stations (p>0.05). According to the biochemical parameters, The data, also, indicated that biochemical parameters in the Dardanelles were convenient for mussel culture.
  Harun Yildiz , Mustafa Palaz and Musa Bulut
  The present study was conducted in Kilya (Poyraz) Bay, Dardanelles in May 2002 April 2003. Seasonal variations of condition indices of mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis L. 1819) was discussed in connection with some environmental parameters such as temperature, salinity, seston and chlorophyll-a. This study, testified that there is a statistical relation between condition indices and cholorophyll-a (p<0.05). The mussel condition indices in infralittoral zone were 24% higher than the in mediolittoral zone in Dardanelles. It is observed that the condition indices reached highest levels in May and June. Due to spawning, there was a sharp fall in July. While the condition indices is ascending in summer, it was at low levels in winter. According to the results, condition indices of mussels in Dardanelles is suitable for mussel culture. The optimum harvest period of mussels in Dardanelles is also determined as May-June.
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