Yıl: 2023 Cilt: 23 Sayı: 6 Sayfa Aralığı: 1339 - 1355 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.35414/akufemubid.1280438 İndeks Tarihi: 04-01-2024

An Effective Parameter on the Biochemical and Physiological Properties of Polysiphonia morrowii Harvey: Salinity Stress

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In recent years, rising temperatures due to global climate change can constitute a decrease in salinity in the oceans by causing the ice to melt early and freeze late in its annual cycle and increased precipitation. On the other hand, high temperatures can increase the salinity of seawater locally by enhancing evaporation. It is expected that the changes in salinity of sea water would affect communities of seaweeds. In this study, Polysiphonia morrowii Harvey samples were collected from Altıntaş station in the Gulf of Gemlik in April 2013, and cultured in mediums with four different salt concentrations (10‰, 23‰, 33‰, 42‰). The changes of this species in the amounts of total protein, total phenol, phycocyanin (PC), phycoerythrin (PE), chlorophyll-a (Chl a), water-soluble antioxidant, oil-soluble antioxidant, total solid organic matter and the activity of the carbonic anhydrase were determined. The study clearly showed that studied biochemical and physiological properties of the species were affected by salinity changes. It is also detected that P. morrowii is a tolerant species that can adapt to changing salinity conditions with various defense strategies.
Anahtar Kelime: Antioxidant Phenolic Compounds Pigments Polysiphonia morrowii Salinity Stress

Polysiphonia morrowii Harvey'nin Biyokimyasal ve Fizyolojik Özellikleri Üzerinde Etkili Bir Parametre: Tuzluluk Stresi

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Son yıllarda küresel iklim değişikliğine bağlı olarak artan sıcaklıklar, yıllık döngüsünde buzların erken eriyip geç donmasına ve yağışların artmasına neden olarak okyanuslarda tuzluluk azalmaları oluşturabilmektedir. Diğer yandan yüksek sıcaklıklar, buharlaşmayı artırarak deniz suyunun tuzluluğunu bölgesel olarak artırabilmektedir. Deniz suyunun tuzluluğundaki değişikliklerin deniz yosunu topluluklarını etkilemesi beklenmektedir. Bu çalışmada, Polysiphonia morrowii Harvey örnekleri Nisan 2013'te Gemlik Körfezi'ndeki Altıntaş istasyonundan toplanmış ve dört farklı tuz konsantrasyonuna (10‰, 23‰, 33‰, 42‰) sahip ortamda kültüre alınmıştır. Bu türün toplam protein, toplam fenol, fikosiyanin (PC), fikoeritrin (PE), klorofil-a (Chl a), suda çözünen antioksidan, yağda çözünen antioksidan, toplam katı organik madde ve karbonik anhidraz aktivitesi miktarlarındaki değişimler belirlenmiştir. Bu çalışma, türün incelenen biyokimyasal ve fizyolojik özelliklerinin tuzluluk değişimlerinden etkilendiğini açıkça göstermiştir. P. morrowii türünün çeşitli savunma stratejileri ile değişen tuzluluk koşullarına uyum sağlayabilen toleranslı bir tür olduğu da tespit edilmiştir.
Anahtar Kelime: Antioksidan Fenolik Bileşikler Pigmentler Polysiphonia morrowii Tuzluluk Stresi

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