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Articles by Nuri Yilmaz
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  Nazim Sekeroglu , Faruk Ozkutlu , Metin Deveci , Ozbay Dede and Nuri Yilmaz
  This study was carried out in the Eastern Black Sea region of Turkiye in 2004. In the study, botanical characteristics of some wild edible plants, consumed abundantly in the region, such as Trachystemon orientalis, Similax excelsa, Ornithogalum umbellatum, Amaranthus retroflexus, Aegopodium podograria and Urtica diocia were firstly determined. Thereafter, some chemical analyses were performed in order to determine nutritive values of these plants. In the study, dry matter, crude oil, ash, protein, nitrogen, Cu, Mn, Fe, Zn and vitamin C contents in the dried plant samples were evaluated. Nutritive values of these plants were compared with the other wild and cropped vegetables aspect of human nutrition. As a result, mineral contents and nutritional values of the plants evaluated in the present study were richer than that of the conventional vegetable crops.
  Numan Bildirici and Nuri Yilmaz
  The aim of the research was to find out the effects of bacteria inoculation, four different nitrogen (0, 20, 40, 60 kg ha-1 N) and four different phosphorus doses (0, 40, 60, 80 kg ha-1 P2O5) on field bean in Van-Turkey ecological condition. Although the effects of the applications showed differences depending on years, nitrogen application exerted a significant and positive effect on pod number, grain yield and raw protein proportion, whereas no significant effect was seen on seed number per pod and weight of thousand seeds. As for the effects of phosphorous doses, they weren’t found to be significant for all of the factors. On the other hand, bacteria inoculation exerted a significant and positive effect on pod number per plant and grain yield, whereas no effect of this application was seen on weight of thousand seeds and raw protein rate.
 
 
 
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