Year 2018, Volume 21 , Issue 3, Pages 292 - 296 2018-06-15

Effects of Salinity on the Morphology of the ' Bursa Siyahı', Fig (Ficus carica L.) cultivar In vitro Conditions
In vitro Şartlar Altında 'Bursa Siyahı' (Ficus carica L.) İncir Çeşidinin Morfolojisi Üzerine Tuzun Etkisi

Yelda EMEK [1]


The objective of this study was to examine the effects of NaCl on the morphology of Ficus carica cv. 'Bursa Siyahı' seedlings. For the  salt stress tolerance, seeds of Ficus carica L. cv 'Bursa Siyahı' were germinated in vitro conditions and obtained seedlings were cultured in Murashige and Skoog culture medium without NaCl (as control) and with different NaCl concentrations. It was observed that  plant viability were decreased with increasing NaCl concentration in the medium At the end of six weeks, plants were evaluated for the parameters of fresh weight (FW), shoot length (SL), leaf number (LN), root number (RN) and root length (RL). Plants in medium with 40 mM NaCl gave the maximum growth, salt stress effect was found to be increased in relative to the salt concentrations.

Bu çalışmanın amacı Ficus carica cv. Bursa Siyahı fidelerinin morfolojisi üzerine farklı NaCl konsantrasyonlarının etkisini belirlemektir. Ficus carica L. cv Bursa Siyahı tohumları in vitro  şartlar altında çimlendirilmiş ve in vitro olarak elde edilmiş fideler tuz stresi için farklı konsantrasyonda NaCl içeren ve kontrol olarak NaCl içermeyen Murashige ve Skoog ortamında kültüre alınmıştır.  Bitki canlılığının, ortamdaki NaCl konsantrasyonunun artışına bağlı olarak azaldığı gözlemlemiştir.  Altı haftanın sonunda, bitkiler taze ağılık (TA), sürgün uzunluğu (SU), yaprak sayısı (YS), kök sayısı (KS) ve kök uzunluğu (KU) gibi parametrelerle değerlendirilmiştir.  40 mM NaCl ilaveli ortamda bulunan bitkiler maksimum büyüme göstermişlerdir, tuz stresi etkilerinin artan tuz konsantrasyonlarına bağlı olarak arttığı gözlemlenmiştir.

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Subjects Science
Journal Section RESEARCH ARTICLE
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-1095-3908
Author: Yelda EMEK (Primary Author)

Dates

Publication Date : June 15, 2018

APA EMEK, Y . (2018). In vitro Şartlar Altında 'Bursa Siyahı' (Ficus carica L.) İncir Çeşidinin Morfolojisi Üzerine Tuzun Etkisi. Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam Üniversitesi Tarım ve Doğa Dergisi , 21 (3) , 292-296 . DOI: 10.18016/ksudobil.298973