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Epidemiological features of Turkish patients with sarcoidosis
(W B SAUNDERS CO LTD, 2009)
Epidemiological characteristics of sarcoidosis differ according to geographical distribution. The aim of our study was to disclose epidemiological characteristics in our country. The data was collected from investigators, ...
Plate tectonics and biogeographical patterns of the Pseudophoxinus (Pisces : Cypriniformes) species complex of central Anatolia, Turkey
(ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE, 2004)
We investigated the phylogenetic relationships of Pseudophoxinus (Cyprinidae: Leuciscinae) species from central Anatolia, Turkey to test the hypothesis of geographic speciation driven by early Pliocene orogenic events. We ...
Anatoliacodium gen. nov (Halimedaceae, Green algae) from the Ilerdian-Cuisian in the Eskisehir region (Western Central Turkey)
(SLOVAK ACAD SCIENCES GEOLOGICAL INST, 2009)
A new genus Anatoliacodium (Halimedaceae, Green algae) is described from the Ilerdian-Cuisian shallow-water sediments of Eskisehir region, central-western Turkey. These sequences consist of limestones, clayey limestones, ...
An epidemic of silicosis among former denim sandblasters
(EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY SOC JOURNALS LTD, 2008)
Sandblasting denim using silica has emerged as a new cause of silicosis in Turkey. Following the discovery of several cases of silicosis in (young) workers who used this process, the frequency and main occupational risk ...
Contribution to the knowledge of the chalcid parasitoid complex (hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) of agromyzid leafminers (diptera: Agromyzidae) from Turkey, with new hosts and records
A total of nineteen parasitoid species were recorded from agromyzid leafminers in some sites of Middle Anatolia. These species were: Diglyphus iseae (Walker), D. pachyneurus Graham, D. crassinervis Erdös, D. pusztenzis ...
Late Cenozoic stress distribution along the Misis Range in the Anatolian, Arabian, and African plate intersection region, SE Turkey
(AMER GEOPHYSICAL UNION, 2004)
 This study defines the Mio-Pliocene to present-day stress regime acting at the northeastern Mediterranean along the SE border of the Neogene Adana basin along the Misis Range. The inversion of earthquake focal mechanisms ...