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Structural characterization of a variety of spider silks from Turkey using different biophysical techniques
(IOS PRESS, 2011)
Various experimental methods (XRD, FTIR, SAXS, DLS and SEM) were used to investigate structures of the silk samples weaved by spiders in Turkey. Silk samples were collected from the natural habitats belonging to the spider ...
Pollen morphology of some species belonging to Codonoprasum and Allium sections of Allium (Liliaceae-Alliaceae) genus
Pollen morphology of 14 Allium L. species grown in Turkey, that belong to the sections Codonoprasum and Allium, were investigated under LM (light microscopy) and by SEM (scanning electron microscopy). However, the pollens ...
DETERMINATION OF SOME STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF THE NEST PAPER OF VESPA ORIENTALIS LINNEAUS, 1771 AND VESPA CRABRO LINNEAUS, 1758 (HYMENOPTERA: VESPINAE) IN TURKEY
(INST BIOLOSKA ISTRAZIVANJA SINISA STANKOVIC, 2011)
The aim of this study was to determine the nest materials and some physical features and elemental composition of Vespa orientalis and Vespa crabro nests. The nest surfaces were observed with a stereomicroscope and scanning ...
COMPARISON OF THE NEST MATERIALS OF POLISTES GALLICUS (L.), POLISTES DOMINULUS (CHRIST) AND POLISTES NIMPHA (CHRIST) (HYMENOPTERA: VESPIDAE)
(INST BIOLOSKA ISTRAZIVANJA SINISA STANKOVIC, 2012)
The aim of this study was to determine and compare the nest materials and some physical features and elemental composition of the nests of Polistes gallicus (L.), Polistes dominulus (Christ) and Polistes nimpha (Christ) ...