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Articles by Selim Sualp CAGLAR
Total Records ( 2 ) for Selim Sualp CAGLAR
  Selim Sualp CAGLAR , Ismail Kudret SAGLAM and Muhammet Mustafa AKINER
  The ovariole development of laboratory-reared insecticide resistant and sensitive strains of the house fly, Musca domestica L. (Diptera: Muscidae) under different photoperiod regimes was examined. Flies were reared under laboratory conditions of 75 ± 5% RH, 25 ± 1 °C and 0:24, 6:18, 12:12, and 18:6 h L:D photoperiods. Each day, 20 female flies were collected from a cohort of females that had emerged on the same date. Ovarioles were dissected from the collected adults and microscopically examined to determine overall length and developmental stage. For the resistant strain, development was most rapid under the photoperiod regimes with more hours of darkness and steadily decreased with increasing hours of light. However, development of the susceptible strain was most rapid at both photoperiod extremes of 0:24 and 18:6 h L:D. Results also showed that the effect of both photoperiod and resistance status and the interaction between these factors had a significant effect on ovariole development.
  Yasemin SAYGI , Ertunc GUNDUZ , Fatma Yildiz DEMIRKALP and Selim Sualp CAGLAR
  The present study reports on the zooplankton community in Liman Lake based on field studies carried out between October 2002 and March 2004. A total of 35 zooplankton taxa, belonging to Rotifera (28), Cladocera (5), and Copepoda (2), were identified. Rotifera was the dominant group in all sampling surveys and accounted for 97% of the zooplankton density in the lake. The average total zooplankton abundance ranged from 993 to 476,912 ind/m3. The maximum and the minimum densities were measured in April and August of 2003, respectively. Seasonal fluctuations of zooplankton found in the current study disagreed with the Plankton Ecology Group (PEG) model. During the study period, only rotifer species were found to be quantitatively dominant in the zooplankton community. Quantitative contributions of Cladocera and Copepoda to the zooplankton community were insignificant. Keratella quadrata, Keratella cochlearis, and Hexarthra oxyuris were the dominant species and were present during the whole year. Shannon’s diversity index ranged from 0.61 to 1.67.
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