Yıl 2018, Cilt 21, Sayı 5, Sayfalar 800 - 808 2018-10-31

Bazı Tarla Bitkilerinin Tuz Stresine Gösterdikleri Adaptasyon Mekanizmaları
Adaptation Mechanisms of Some Field Plants Against to Salt Stress

İskender TİRYAKİ [1]

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Topraklardaki tuzluluk dünya genelinde bitkisel üretimde verimi doğrudan sınırlandıran en önemli abiyotik stress faktörlerinden biridir. Tuz stresi aynı zamanda tarımsal üretimin yapıldığı bölgelerde bitkisel çeşitliliği doğrudan belirler niteliktedir. Tuz stresine karşı bitkisel tepkilerin oluşması ve ortaya çıkması, kompleks moleküler mekanizmalar tarafından kontrol edilen fizyolojik değişimlere neden olmakta ve devamında tolerans gelişmektedir. Bu değişim ve farklılıklar bazen bitki türüne özgü bazen de tüm bitkilerde ortak olarak ortaya çıkabilen benzer mekanizmalar ile tanımlanabilmektedir. Kompleks olan bu mekanizmalar aynı zamanda doğrudan tuz stresine yönelik olarak gelişebileceği gibi bazı durumlarda kuraklık gibi diğer abiyotik stress faktörleri ve hatta biyotik stress faktörleri ile birlikte ortaklaşa kullanılan mekanizmalara bağlı olarak gelişebilmektedir. Bu nedenle gerek bitki düzeyinde gerekse tolerans mekanizmaları seviyesinde bitkilerdeki tuz stresi ve tolerans mekanizmalarının anlaşılması, tuz stresini daha iyi tolere edebilen yeni bitki çeşitlerinin geliştirilmesine çok önemli katkılar sunacaktır. Bu çalışma, güncel literatür varlığında tuz stresine yönelik bitkisel tepkilerin anlaşılmasına katkı sunmak amacıyla hazırlanmıştır

Soil salinity is one of the most important abiotic stress factors which directly limits plant yield in agricultural production areas around the World. Salt stress also determines plant diversity in agricultural production areas. Development and revealing of plant response against to salt stress depends on physiological changes of plants controlled by complex molecular mechanisms which subsequently lead to development of tolerance. Sometimes, such changes and differences appear to be unique to the type of plant, but some other times, such responses are more common and similar in all plants. In addition, although such complex mechanisms appear to be developed directly related to salt stress per se, they may also be the results of other abiotic stress, like drought, or even biotic stress related responses. Therefore, better understanding of salt tolerance at both plant and mechanism levels will make significant contribution to develop better salt tolerant new plant varieties.  The aim of this review was to make contribution on understanding of plant response against to salt stress based on current literature.

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APA TİRYAKİ, İ . (2018). Bazı Tarla Bitkilerinin Tuz Stresine Gösterdikleri Adaptasyon Mekanizmaları. Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam Üniversitesi Tarım ve Doğa Dergisi, 21 (5), 800-808. DOI: 10.18016/ksudobil.325374
MLA TİRYAKİ, İ . "Bazı Tarla Bitkilerinin Tuz Stresine Gösterdikleri Adaptasyon Mekanizmaları". Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam Üniversitesi Tarım ve Doğa Dergisi 21 (2018): 800-808 <http://dogadergi.ksu.edu.tr/issue/38256/442405>
Chicago TİRYAKİ, İ . "Bazı Tarla Bitkilerinin Tuz Stresine Gösterdikleri Adaptasyon Mekanizmaları". Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam Üniversitesi Tarım ve Doğa Dergisi 21 (2018): 800-808
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