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FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Insecticides
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Plant Protection
Code
Term
ZBK 503
I (Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Level
Type
Language
M.Sc.
optional
None
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Asist. Prof. Dr. Cafer TURGUT
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Agriculture, Dept of Plant Protection Aydin
Insecticides are widely used to kill insects on the crops in agriculture. In this lecture, insecticides
will explain very details. Properties and formulations, trade, registration, classification and mode
of action and usage of insecticides will be described.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Ünal, G., Gürkan O. İnsektisitler. Ankara
G. Copping., Hewitt, G. (1998): Chemistry and modes of action of crop protection agents. Royal Society of
Chemistry.
Handa, S. K. (2004): Principles of pesticide chemistry. Agrobios.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
1
Introduction
2
History of insecticides
3
Residue of insecticides
4
Modes of Action of Insecticides
5
Chlorinated hydrocarbons
6
Organophorous insecticides
7
Carbamate insecticides
8
EXAM
9
Pyrethroids
10
Dinitrophenols
11
Fumigants
12
Inorganic insecticides
13
Botanical insecticides
14
Practice/Lab/Field
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Department
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Ecotoxicology
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Plant Protection
Course Title
Code
Term
ZBK 505
I (Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Level
Type
Language
M.Sc.
optional
None
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Asist. Prof. Dr. Cafer TURGUT
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture Dept of Plant Protection 09100 Aydin
[email protected]
Stand and importance of ecotoxicology in modern environmental sciences and use of
ecotoxicology in environmental chemistry, toxicology, ecology. The source of environmental
Course Objective
pollution with consideration of agricultural pollution and their direct and indirect effect on
and brief
organisms from individual to ecosystem. The interaction of organisms with their habitus in
Description
environment.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Satake, M., Mido, Y., Sethi, M. S. Iqbal, S. A. Yasuhisa, H., Taguchi, S. (2006): Environmental Toxicology.
Discovery Publishing. ISBN 81-7141-350-1
2 Connell, D., Lam, P. (1999): Introduction to Ecotoxicology. Blackwell Science
3 Oehlmann, J., Markert, B. (1997): Humantoxikologie. Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellchaft.
4
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
3
General principles of ecotoxicology
Practice/Lab/Field
Basic ecotoxicological procedures
in lab
Basic calculation methods in
ecotoxicology
Standard solvent preparation
4
Effect of biological uptake factors to ecotoxicology
Dose calculation
5
Fate of environmental chemicals in organisms
Dose response curves
Ecotoxicological experimental methods and test systems
Evaluation of statistical results in
lab
Introduction to microtox system
1
2
6
Lecture topics
Introduction
Interaction of ecotoxicology with environmental chemistr
7
Bioaccumulation
8
Exam
12
Practical approach of ecotoxicology
Bioassay in microtox with a low
toxicity pesticide
Bioassay in microtox with a middle
toxicity pesticide
Bioassay in microtox with a high
toxicity pesticide
Evaluation of results
13
Risk assessment
EC50 calculations
9
10
11
14
Molecular effect mechanisms and effect on cells
Effect on individual and population
Effect on habitate and ecosystem
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
Department
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
ZBK-507
I
Course Prerequisites
Name of Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course
Objective and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Morphology and physiology of insect
Plant protection
Entomology
Level
Type
Master
Opt.
None
Language
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
3
10
Prof.Dr. Tülin AKŞİT
University of Adnan Menderes, Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant Protection, 09100
Aydın, [email protected]
Aim of course is to teach the principles of morphology and physiology of insect body (body
wall, head, neck, thorax , legs, wings, abdominal segments and the abdominal appendages, the
alimentary canal and excretion organs, the alimentary canal and excretion organs, the nervous
system and sense organs, the reproduction organs and secretion glands, the development of
embryonic and post embryonic in insects).
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Chapman, R.F.,1972.The Insects Structure and Function.The English Universities Press Ltd., London, 819 pp.
Gillott, C.1980. Entomology. Plenum Press, Newyork,729 pp.
Snodgrass, R.E., 1935. Principles of Insect Morphology. Mc Graw-Hill Book Comp.Inc.,Newyork,667 pp.
Kornoşor, S., 1986. Morphology of Arthropod. Ç.Ü. Faculty Of Agriculture Lecture Note, No:,BK-352,Adana, 254
COURSE CALENDER/SCHEDULE
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Lecture topics
Structure of the body wall,
Morphology and structure of insect head and the head appendages
Mouth parts of insects
Structure of neck, thorax and legs of insects
The wings, flight and the wing movements of insects
General structure of the abdominal segments and the abdominal
appendages of insects
Quiz
The alimentary canal and excretion organs in insects
The organs of circulation and respiratory system in insects
laboratory
Morphological features of the body wall
Antennae and mouth parts
Mouth structure types
Structure of thorax and legs
The wings
Abdominal segments and the
abdominal appendages
Alimentary canal
The organs of circulation and
respiratory system
The nervous system
The reproduction organs
The egg, larva and pupae
The egg, larva and pupae
The nervous system and sense organs of insects
10
The reproduction organs and secretion glands of insects
11
Embryonic development in insects
12
Post
embryonic development in insects
13
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on the instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a
combination of these.
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURE
Course Title
Urban Entomology
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
I(Fall)
ZBK511
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
Level
Type
Language
Master
Optional
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
0
8
Lecture
2
None
Asist.Prof.Dr. Mehmet KARAGÖZ
A.D.Ü Ziraat Fakültesi Bitki Koruma Bölümü Güney kampusü AYDIN
[email protected]
Home, office, hospital, store etc.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Özcel,M.A.,ve N.Daldal,1997.Parazotolojide Artropod Hastalıkları Vektörler.Türkiye Parazotoloji Derneği Yayın
No:13,527s.
Robinson, W. H., 1996. Urban Entomology. ChapmanHall, London, 430 pp.
Ecevit, O., 1998. İnsan ve Hayvan Zararlısı Arthropod (Arthropoda)’lar. O.M.Ü. Zir. Fak. Ders Kitabı No.28, 296 s.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/L
ab/Field
Introduction
1
Introduction (Human environment and urbanization
2
Pests in human environment and economic control
3
Flies, vectors and protection (DİPTERA)
4
Louse, vectors and protection (ANOPLURA)
5
Pireler, vectors and protection (SİPHONAPTERA)
6
Mites and tickes in human and animals
7
Exam
8
Cockroaches (DİCTYOPTERA)
9
COLEOPTERA,LEPİDOPTERA;HYMENOPTERA Pests
10
Xxxxxxxxxxx (HEMİPTERA,Cimicidae)
11
Poisonously arthropods
12
Control of arthropods in human and animals
13
Control of arthropods in human and animals
14
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Laboratory Techniques of Plant Pathogenic Fungi
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK 513
I Fall
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
Master
Optional
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
Lecture
2
2
3
10
None
Prof. Dr. M. Timur Döken
Address: Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi, Ziraat Fakültesi, Bitki Koruma Bölümü, Güney
Kampüsü 09100 AYDIN - TÜRKİYE
Tel: 0 256 772 70 22-23-24 / 1201 e-mail: [email protected] - [email protected]
The course covers the fundamental techniques and methods used in the studies of plant
Course Objective
pathogenic fungi. These include sampling, isolation, identification, cultivation, inoculation and
and brief
assesment . The aim is to equip the students with basic knowledge and practice which sufficient
Description
to begin studies on plant pathogenic fungi.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Kelman, A., C. W. Boothroyd, H. D. Benjamin, I. W. Deep, S. Diachun, J. P. Fulton, J. W. Hendrix, J. E. Mıtchell,
J. H. Owen, W. H. Sill Jr. R. B. Stevens and R. Zabel, 1967. Sourcebook of Laboratory Exercises in Plant
Pathology. W.H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco and London. 387 pp.
2 Onkar D. D. and J. B. Sinclair,1985. Basic Plant Pathology Methods.CRC Pres, Inc.Boca Raton, Florida. 355 pp.
3 İren S., Z. Katırcıoğlu, 1989. Uygulamalı Mikoloji. Ankara Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi Yayınları Ankara No:
1126. 136 pp.
Name of Instructors
Instructor
Information
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
Specifications of basic laboratory apparatus
1
Sampling and preserving of specimens
2
Aseptic techniques
Practice for operating the equipment used for
sterilization
3
Microscope parts and specifications and techniques
Practice for applying various microscopy techniques
4
5
Techniques of slide preparations, microscopic
measurements by using micrometer
Nutritional requirements of fungi and composition
of media
Slide preparation and microscobic examination
Practice for measuring the dimensions of various fungal
spores by micrometer under light microscope
6
Methods of preparation of solid and liquid media
Media preparation
7
Isolation methods of phytopathogenic fungi from
various sources
Isolation from soil
8
Mid Term Exam
Isolation from leaves and wood
9
Single spore isolation methods
Single spore isolation
10
Inoculum preparation and determination of spore
concentration by using hemocytometer
Inoculum preparation and determination of spore
concentration
11
Basic inoculation methods
Inoculation of plants
12
Maintenance of fungi
Assesment of fungal diseases
13
Staining techniques to determine fungal presence
and growth in plant tissues
Practice for staining fungi in leaf and seed tissues
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Laboratory Techniques in Phytobacteriology I
Course Title
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
MS
Optional
None
Turkish
ZBK 519
I (Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
3
10
Prof. Dr. Kemal BENLİOĞLU
Adnan Menderes Ünversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın
Tel: 256 7727023 [email protected]
The course aims to enable students to acquire, develop their practical skill and knowledge in the
basic principles of laboratory techniques of classical bacteriology that include pathogenicity and
biochemical tests, culturing, isolation and inoculation methods.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Saygılı, H., Fitobakteriyoloji, Ege Üniv. Zir. Fak. Doğruluk Matbaası, 1995, İzmir.
Klement, Z. K. Rudolph, D. C. Sands (1990) Methods in Phytobacteriology, Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, ISBN963-05-4955-7.
Schaad, N. W. J. B. Jones, W. Chun, Laboratory Guide for Identification of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, APS Press,
St. Paul, Minnesota, ISBN-0-89054-263-5
Singleton P., and D. Sainsbury, Introduction to Bacteria, John Wiley and Sons Ltd, USA, ISBN-0-471-10035
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
Knowledge on laboratory equipments
1
Characteristics of plant pathogenic bacteria and symptomatology
2
Culture media and ingredients
Preparation of general and selective
media
3
Isolation methods
Isolations from diseased plant tissue
4
Patogeniciy tests
5
Counting bacteria
6
Cell and colony morphology of plant pathogenic bacteria
Colony counting
7
Mounting and Staining
Gram Staining and KOH test
8
Quiz
9
Inoculum production and inoculation methods
Inoculation techniques
Biochemical tests
OF, levan, oxydase, fluorescence
tests
Nitrate reduction, arginine
dehydrolase
Potato soft rot, tobacco
hypersensitivity and carbohydrate
utilization tests
Evaluation of tests
10
11
Obtaining pure culture and examining
bacterial colonies
Preparing dilution series and
spectrophotometric measurement
Biochemical tests
Biochemical tests
12
13
14
Identification of bacterial genera by using identification keys
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Introduction to Biotechnology
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK-521
I (Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Level
Type
Language
MSc
Elective
None
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
0
3
10
Prof. Dr. Kemal BENLİOĞLU
Adnan Menderes Ünversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın
Tel: 256 7727023 [email protected]
Course aims to introduce students broad view of biotechnology, historical developments, key
Course Objective
concepts in molecular biology and modern topics including recombinant DNA technology and
and brief
gene transfer methods. Students also consider specific examples of the use of gene cloning
Description
techniques and transgenic organisms in agricultural, environmental and industrial biotechnology.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 William J. T., M. A. Palladino, W. Thieman, 2003. Introduction to Biotechnology, Benjamin Cummings, ISBN:
0805348255.
2 Barnum, S. R. 2004. Biotechnology: An Introduction. Brooks Cole, ISBN: 0534492967
3 Babaoğlu, M., E. Gürel, S. Özcan, 2002. Bitki Biyoteknolojisi, Cilt I, Doku Kültürü ve Uygulamaları. Selçuk
Üniversitesi Yayınevi, Konya.
4 Özcan, S., E. Gürel, M. Babaoğlu, 2004. Bitki Biyoteknolojisi, Cilt II, Genetik Mühendisliği ve Uygulamaları.
Selçuk Üniversitesi Yayınevi, Konya.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Applications in biotechnology and historical development
2
Biotechnology in the world and Turkey
3
Tissue and cell culture methods and their applications
4
Isolation of DNA, cloning and manipulation techniques
5
Cloning vectors
6
Application of cloning in gene analysis
7
Studying gene, genome structure and gene expression
8
Quiz
9
Polymerase chain reaction techniques in biotechnology
10
Production of protein from cloned genes
11
Introduction of DNA into living cells
12
Recombinant DNA tecniques in plants
13
Recombinant DNA tecniques in animals
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Fungicides
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK-523
I (Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Level
Type
Language
MS
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
0
8
Prof. Dr. Seher Benlioğlu
Adnan Menderes University, Agricultural Faculty, Plant Protection Dept., 09100-AYDIN
[email protected]
Course aims at introducing basic information on fungicides according to mode of actions and
biological activities. The contents of course also include formulations and activity spectrum of
commercially used fungicides.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Hewitt, H.G., 1998..Fungicides in Crop Protection, CAB International, 221p.
Pflanzenschutz Nachrichten, Bayer
http://npic.orst.edu/RMPP/rmpp_ch15.pdf
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
The Global Fungicides Market
2
Global Fungicides Markets by Crop and Regions
3
Formulation types of fungicides
4
Classification of fungicides according to their modes of action
5
Fungicides disrupted of cell function (Inorganics)
6
Fungicides disrupted of cell function (Organics)
7
Fungicides disrupted of membrane function
8
Quiz
9
Fungicides disrupted of membrane function
10
Fungicides disrupted of nuclear processes
11
Fungicides affects on cell wall function, inhibition of protein synthesis
12
Fungicides inhibited of respiration, disruption of cell membrane integrity
13
Undefined mode of action
14
Final Exam
Practice/Lab/Field
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Research Methods in Weed Science
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
Level
ZBK
MS
Fall
527
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Type
Language
Optional
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Lecture
2
No
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Özhan BOZ
University of Adnan Menderes, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection, 09100
Aydın/Turkey. Phone. + 90 256 7727023 (1203), [email protected]
Students will learn both basic and advance methods commonly being used in weed science.
Students will practice both in laboratory and field to gain experience in weed science
experimental studies.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Camper, N.D., 1986. Research Methods in Weed Science. Southern Weed Science Society, 485p.
Uygur, F.N., 1991. Herbolojide Araştırma Yöntemleri, Ç.Ü. Fen Bil. Ens. Yardımcı Ders Notu
Anonymous, 1996. Zirai Mücadele Standart İlaç Deneme Metodları (Cilt 3) T.C. Tarım ve Köyişl Bak. Tarımsal
araştırmalar Gen. Müd. Ankara.
Anonymous, 2004. Manual for Field Trials in Crop Protection, Syngenta. 444p.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Techniques in herbarium preparation
Practice/Lab/Field
Practice and Theory
Practice and Theory
3
Methods of the determination of weed species, their frequency and
coverages
Experimental design techniques in weed science
4
Germination and dormancy tests of weed species
Practice and Theory
5
Assesment of ecological factors effecting competition
Practice and Theory
6
Practices in economical threshold levels
Practice and Theory
7
Exam
8
Studies on critical periods in weed science
Practice and Theory
9
Introduction to Chromatographic techniques
Practice and Theory
10
Studies on Allelopathy
Practice and Theory
11
Assesment of effects of herbicides
Practice and Theory
12
Rules on the use of herbicides
Practice and Theory
13
General wiev of the determination effects of herbicides on cell
components
Practice and Theory
14
Final Exam
1
2
Practice and Theory
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of Agriculture
Course Title
Herbicides
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology (Weed Science)
Code
Term
ZBK 529
Fall
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
Level
Type
Language
MS
Optional
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ETSC Credit
3
0
10
Lecture
3
None
Dr. M. Nedim DOĞAN
ADÜ, Ziraat Fak., Aydin-Turkey, [email protected]
In this lecture following information will be supplied to students: Herbicides used in agricultural
areas, classification and mode of action of herbicides, herbicide resistance, factors influencing
herbicide efficacy, Selectivity, principles of herbicide use in IWM, herbicides used in Turkey,
their use strategy.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
2
3
4
Principles of Weed Science
Herbicide Handbook
Herbizide
Unkrautbekaempfung
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
2
Lecture topics
Introduction (Histroy of herbicides, herbicide use in the world and in
Turkey)
Herbicide clasification
3
Site of Action: Aminocacid inhibitors, Seedling growth inhibitore
4
Site of Action: Growth regulators, Photosynthesis inhibitors
5
Retention, uptake and translocation
6
Retention, uptake and translocation
7
Exam
8
Selectivity
9
Factors influencing herbicide efficacy
10
Herbicide resistance
11
Strategies for herbicide use in IWM
12
Herbicides in novel crops and strategies for use
13
Herbicides in novel crops and strategies for use
1
Practice/Lab/Field
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Mushroom Diseases and Pests
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology, Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK 531 I Autumn
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
Master
Optional
Turkish
Name of Instructors
Instructor Information
Course Objective and
brief Description
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
Lecture
3
0
3
10
None
Prof. Dr. M. Timur Döken, Dr. İbrahim Çakmak
Address: Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi, Ziraat Fakültesi, Bitki Koruma Bölümü, Güney Kampüsü
09100 AYDIN - TÜRKİYE
Tel: 0 256 772 70 22-23-24 / 1201 e-mail: [email protected] - [email protected] ,
iç[email protected]
The course provides students with a knowledge of mushroom diseases caused by various pathogenic
agents and pests , besides some basic information on mushroom cultivation. Mainly the diseases and
pests which effect the mushroom production in Turkey are handled. Throughout the course the
diseases are studied under the topics of symptoms, agents, disease cycles and control measures. The
topics of the pests include description, biology, damage and control .
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
2
3
Fletcher, J.F., P.F. White and R.H. Gaze, 1989. Mushrooms: Pest and Disease control. Atheanaeum Press, Newcastle upon Tyne.
173 p.
Günay A.,1995. Mantar Yetiştiriciliği. İlke Kitapevi. 477 p.
Bora T., S., Toros and H. Özaktan, 1996. Kültür Mantarı: Hastalıkları, Zararları ve Savaşımı. AFA Matbaacılık, İstanbul. 137 p.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Introduction ( mushroom cultivation in the world and in Turkey and problems
during production)
Practice/Lab/Field
-
2
Isolation ,spawn production, cultivation and harvest
-
3
Hygiene during cultivation and harvest
-
4
Abiotic disorters (distortion, waterlogging, pinning disorders, carbodioxide
damage, dirty mushrooms, rosecomb, browning, scaling, crypto-mummy disease)
-
5
Virus diseases and their control (Mushroom viruses)
-
6
7
Bacterial diseases and their control (Bacterial blotch or Brown blotch, Ginger
blotch, Mummy disease, Pit, Drippy gill)
Fungal diseases and their control (Wet bubble or Mycogone, Dry bubble or
Verticillium, Cobweb or Dactylium, False truffle or truffle)
-
8
Mid Term Exam
-
9
Fungal diseases and their control (, Trichoderma diseases, Shaggy stipe, Gill
mildew, Aphanocladium cap spotting, Hormiactis cap spot)
-
10
Moulds in mushroom crops and their control
-
11
Mushroom flies (Sciaridae, Phoridae, Cecidomiidae)
-
12
Mites (Tarsonemidae, Acaridae, Pyemotidae, Histiomidae)
-
13
Mushroom nematodes and other pests (Collembole, Myriapoda, Mollusca,
Rodentia)
-
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Acarology
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK-533
I (Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Level
Type
Language
Master
Obligatory
None
Turkish
Lecture
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
3
8
Asst. Prof.Dr. İbrahim ÇAKMAK
Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın
Tel: 256 772 70 24 [email protected]
Systematic position, morphology and anatomy, life stages, habits and habitats of the Acari were
given. Collection, storage and preparation of the Acari are taught.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Ecevit, O. 1981. Akarolojiye Giriş. Ondokuz Mayıs Üniversitesi, Ziraat Fakültesi yayınları No:2, Samsun, 259 s.
Krantz, G.W. 1978. A Manual Acarology. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon 509p.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
1
Introduction
2
Systematic position of the Acari
3
Morphology (Cuticle, body parts and segmentation)
4
Morphology (legs and sensory structures)
5
Anatomy (Digestion, excretion and circulatory systems)
6
Anatomy (Muscle, respiratory, nervous, reproduction systems)
7
Life stages (embryonic and postembryonic development)
8
Ara Sınav
9
Habits and habitats
10
Habits and habitats
11
Classification of Acari
12
Collection and storage of Acari
13
Preparation for study
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Mycology
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK-535
I(Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Level
Type
Language
MS
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Prof. Dr. Seher Benlioğlu
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Agriculture , Plant Protection Depart., 09100-AYDIN
[email protected]
Course aims at identification of plant pathogenic fungi depending on taxonomical characteristics.
General characteristics of fungi, life cycles and important microscopic features for identification
is also thought by means of laboratory techniques.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Turhan, G., 1980. Mikolojiye Giriş, Türkiye Fitopatoloji Derneği Yayınları, 128s., Bornova
George,L.B., 1983. The Genera of Hyphomycetes from Soil, Robert,E. Krieger Publishing Company, Malabar,
Florida, 364p.
Hanlin, R.T., 1997. Illustrated Genera of Ascomycetes, Vol. I, APS Pres, St. Paul Minnesota, 263p.
Hanlin, R.T., 2000. Illustrated Genera of Ascomycetes, Vol. II, APS Pres, St. Paul Minnesota, 258p.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
2
Lecture topics
Broad view of mycology and historical development
Taxonomical features of fungi
Practice/Lab/Field
Introducing laboratory equipment
Preparation of culture media
3
Vegetative and generative structures of fungi
Examination on microscop
4
Life cycle of plant pathogenic fungi
Examination on microscop
5
Oomycota (Pythiales)
Examination of Pythium spp. and Phytophthora spp.
6
Oomycota (Peronosporales)
Introducing some important genus of Peronosporales
7
Zygomycota
Examination of Rhizopus spp.
8
Quiz
9
Ascomycota
Introducing some important genus of Erysiphales
10
Ascomycota
Introducing some important genus of Erysiphales
11
Ascomycota
Introducing some important genus of Hypocreales
12
Basidiomycota
Examination of Puccinia spp.
13
Basidiomycota
Examination of Ustilago spp. ve Tilletia spp.
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of Agriculture
Biometry in Plant Protection
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK-537
Fall
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
Level
Type
Language
MS
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
3
10
Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAŞPINAR
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant Protection, AYDIN
Email: [email protected]
General principles on planning trials, obtaining and processing data.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Shurtleff, M. C. and Averre, C. W., 2000. Diagnosing Plant Diseases Caused by Nematodes. APS Press, 189 pages.
Aytan-Ediz, S., 1978. Bitki Paraziti Nematodlar. T.C. Gıda-Tarım ve Hayvancılık Bakanlığı, Zirai Mücadele ve
Zirai Karantina Müdürlüğü. Mesleki Eserler Serisi. No: 37, 143 s.
3
4
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Introduction and general definitions
Practice/Lab/Field
4
Data in Plant Protection and handling of data, types of experimental
design
Descriptive satatistics (Arithmetic mean, other means, the radian, the
mod,)
Binomial and poisson distributions
Parcelling in trial fields
5
The normal probability distribution
Data processing
6
Evaluation of percent value
Problem solution
2
3
Arasınav
7
8
Estimation and hypothesis testing
9
Correlation and regression
Problem solution with obtained data
10
t-test
Problem solution with obtained data
11
F-test (= analysis of variance)
Problem solution with obtained data
2
12
X -test
Problem solution with obtained data
13
Analsis of frequency
Problem solution with obtained data
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Insect Systematics
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
Level
MS
ZBK 539
Fall
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course
Objective and
brief Description
1
2
3
4
Type
Language
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
0
8
Associate Prof. Dr. İbrahim Gencsoylu
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture, Dept. Of Plant Protection, AYDIN, e-mail:
[email protected]
Identification of insect. With this aim, nomination, techniques and principles of systmetics in
some insect orders.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Taksonomi ilkeleri, Feyzi Önder, Ege Üniversitesi, 1998.87s.
The science of Entomology, W. S. Romoser and J. G. Stofolano, C. Brown Publishers, Oxford, England. 532p.
Insect Systematics, Prof. Dr. Osman Ecevit, OMU Faculty of Agriculture,487p. Samsun
Web Sites related to Insect Systematics
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
1
Introduction to systematics
2
Categories
3
Characteristics of Taxonomy
4
Identification, Taxonomic papers
5
Types and rules of nomination
7
Identification keys of orders,
Apterygota
Diptera
8
Mid-Term exam
9
Identification key of Lepidoptera families
10
Identification key of Orthoptera families
11
Identification key of Heteroptera families
12
Identification key of Homoptera families
13
Identification key of Coleoptera families
6
14
Practice/Lab/Field
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Retrieval to information sources and techniques of writing a scientific paper
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK-545
I (Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
Master
Obligatory
None
Turkish
Lecture
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
2
3
10
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Asst. Prof.Dr. İbrahim ÇAKMAK
Course Objective
and brief
Description
In this lecture, information sources, retrieval of literature, recording information from the
literature and writing a scientific paper were given.
1
2
Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın
Tel: 256 772 70 24 [email protected]
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Day, R. 1996. How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper. (Çev. G. A. Altay), Tübitak Yayınları Ankara, 233 s.
Lodos, N. 1978. Bilimsel Araştırma Yapma ve Yazı Yazma Tekniği. Ege Bölge Zirai Araştırma Enstitüsü Müd.
Yayınları No: 12, Menemen, 78 s.
3
4
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
1
Basic information sources
2
Retrieval way to information sources
4
Act of finding information from subscription databases (ScienceDirect,
SpringerLINK vs.)
Retrieval to data and request a copy of papers from Ulakbim
5
Searching literature from Web of Science
6
Searching literature from Cab Abstract
3
8
Create search alerts, volume/issue alerts and citation alerts in favorite
journals
Ara Sınav
9
What is scientific writing? Origins of scientific writing.
10
How to write a scientific paper?
11
How to write a scientific paper?
12
How to write a thesis?
7
Practice/Lab/Field
13
14
How to write a thesis?
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Ders Bilgi Formu
Dersin Adı
Öğretim Dili
Phytoplasmal Diseases of Plants
Turkish
Ön Lisans ( )
Dersin Verildiği Düzey
Dersin Türü
Zorunlu ( )
Seçmeli (X )
Uygulama
Teorik Saat
Saat
2
2
Dersin Verildiği Program(lar)
Dersin Amacı
Dersin Özet İçeriği
Ön Koşullu Dersler
Önerilen Seçmeli Dersler
Dersin Öğrenme Çıktıları
Dersin Öğretim Elemanı
Lisans ()
Yüksek
Lisans(x )
Doktora( )
Ders Kodu
ZBK552
Toplam Saat
Yarıyılı
Ulusal Kredi
AKTS Kredi
4
Spring
3
8
1. Plant Protection
Main symptom types of phytoplasmal diseases, vector transmission,
detection of phytoplasmas by classical and molecular methods will
be taught in this course.
No prerequisite
--1. Learn about phytoplasmal diseases of plants
2. Learn detection and identification methods of phytoplasmas
3. Learn control methods of phytoplasma diseases
1. Assistant Prof. Dr. Zahide Özdemir
Dersin Yardımcı Öğretim
Elemanı
( X) Anlatım (Takrir)
(X ) Tartışma
( ) Problem Çözme
( ) ………………….
Ders Kitabı / Önerilen
Kaynaklar
Öğretim Yöntemleri
( ) Deney
( ) Örnek Olay
( ) Bireysel Çalışma
( ) ………………….
(X ) Gösterip Yaptırma
( ) Proje Tabanlı Öğrenme
( ) ………………….
( ) ………………….
1. Agrios, G.N. 2005. Plant Pathology, Elsevier Academic Press.
2. Research articles
299
Ölçme ve Değerlendirme
Araçlar
Derse Katılım
Kısa Sınav(lar)
Ara Sınav(lar)
Ödev(ler) / Seminer(ler)
Dönem Ödevi / Proje
Uygulama
(Lab., Atölye, Arazi, PDÖ Raporları)
Diğer
(………………………………………….)
Yarıyıl Sınavı
Toplam
Sayı
Oran
1
%20
2
%30
1
%50
% 100
Hafta
1
2
3
4
5
Haftalara Göre Ders Konuları
Konular
Ön Hazırlık
Discovery of phytoplasmas, their history, morhophology Laboratory introduction to
and structure
fluorescent microscope
Entry of phytoplasmas to plants: Vectors (Parasite
plants, insects) and acquisition and transmission of
phytoplasmas by insects
Symptomatology of phytoplasmal diseases
Classical diagnosis of phytoplasmal diseases
DNA isolation from diseased plants
DNA isolation from diseased plants
6
DNA isolation from diseased plants
DNA isolation, DNA
quantification by
spectrophotometry and agarose
gel electrophoresis
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Midterm
Detection of phytoplasmas by PCR method
Detection of phytoplasmas by PCR method
Detection of phytoplasmas by nested PCR method
Detection of phytoplasmas by nested PCR method
PCR-RFLP method
14
PCR-RFLP method
15
Final exam
Program Çıktıları
PÇ 01
PÇ 02
PÇ 03
PÇ 04
PÇ 05
PÇ 06
PÇ 07
PÇ 08
Observation of insect vectors
under stereomicroscopes,
macroscobic observation of
parasite plants
Observation of symptoms
diseased plants
Observation of symptoms
diseased plants
Preparation of solutions for
DNA isolation
DNA isolation, DNA
quantification by
spectrophotometry and agarose
gel electrophoresis
01
5
4
4
2
3
2
PCR applications
PCR applications
Nested PCR applications
Nested PCR applications
Restriction enzyme –cut
applications
Restriction enzyme –cut
applications
Dersin Öğrenme Çıktıları *
02
03
5
5
4
4
4
4
3
2
5
2
2
2
PÇ 09
PÇ 10
PÇ 11
PÇ 12
PÇ 13
* - : Katkı Yok, 1: Çok düşük, 2: Düşük, 3: Orta, 4: Yüksek, 5: Çok yüksek
Dersin Öğrenme, öğretme ve derğerlendirme etkinlikleri çerçevesinde iş yükü hesabı (Ortalama
Saat)
Etkinlikler
Sayısı
Ön Hazırlık
Etkinlik
Toplam İş
Süresi
Yükü
Kuramsal Ders
14
1
2
42
Uygulamalı Ders
14
1
2
42
Ödev(ler) / Seminer(ler)
2
5
1
12
Dönem Ödevi / Proje
2
20
40
Uygulama (Lab., Atölye, Arazi,
PDÖ)
Diğer bilgi edinme çalışmaları
Kısa Sınav(lar)
2
10
1
22
Ara Sınav(lar)
1
15
1
16
Yarıyıl Sınavı
1
25
1
26
Toplam İş Yükü (Saat)
200
Yuvarla [Toplam İş Yükü (saat) / Haftalık İş Yükü (25)] = Dersin AKTS Kredisi
8
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURAL
Course Title
Virology
Department
Plant Pathology
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK 553
I (Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Level
Type
Language
Master
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Serap AÇIKGÖZ
Adnan Menderes University Agricultural Faculty Plant Protection Department 09100 AYDIN
[email protected]
Brief history of plant virology, economic importance of virus diseases of plants, how plants get
Course Objective
sink, physico-chemical properties of plant viruses, nomenclature classification, origins and
and brief
evolotion, replication , transmission and movement, effect on plant metabolism, detection and
Description
diagnosis methods and plant virus disease control are explained.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Matthews R.E.F.1981 Plant Viroloji, Academic Press Inc, London897s
2 Agrios 1998 Plant Pathology 563s
3 Bos L. 1983 Introduction to Plant Virology Longman London and New York 153s
4 Stevens W.A. 1983 Virology of Flowering Plants Blackie Glosgow and London 175s
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
What is a virus, definition of a virus, brief history of plant virology,
nomenclature classification, origins and evolution, the groups of plant
viruses
Symptoms of plant virus ınfection
Practice/Lab/Field
İntroduction of Virus lab. and
prevention of undesirable infection
3
How plants get sink
Growth cember and
contamination,soil sterilization,
Propagation of host plant
4
Effect of plant metabolism
Propagation of host plant
5
Transmission of plant viruses
Storage of viruses
6
Transmission of plant viruses
Symptoms of plant virus diseases
7
Isolation
Symptoms of plant virus diseases
8
Plant virus structure, biochemistry of plant virus, virus architecture
İnoculum
9
Replication and movement
Mecanical inoculation
10
Varıabılıty, ınactivation
Mekanikal inoculation problems
Serology and electron microscopy
Virus architecture, electron
microscopy
Detection and diagnosis methods
2
11
12
Detection and diagnosis
13
Economic importance, ecology and plant virus diseases control
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURAL
Methods in Molecular Biology
Department
Plant Pathology
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK-555
I(Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
Master
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
0
8
Serap AÇIKGÖZ
Adnan Menderes University Agricultural Faculty Plant Protection Department 09100 AYDIN
[email protected]
Brief of history of molecular biology, relation with other science, cell and biomoleculs, cell
cycles and molecular organization of cells. Nucleic asid, structural features of nucleic asid,
cellular localization and roles of , chemical properties of nucleic asid , physical properties of
Course Objective
nucleic asid , DNA biosynthesis, RNA biosynthesis. DNA replication and repair, transcription
and brief
and the genetic code and translation, protein biosynthesis, mutation, recombinant DNA
Description
tecnology. Furtermore the course covers the whole of general using methods on molecular
biology
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Erkan S. 1992, Moleküler Biyoloji Doğruluk Mat. İzmir 140s.
2 Dilsiz N. 2004 Moleküler Biyoloji Palme Yayıncılık, Ankara, 220s.
3 Smith and Wood 1991,Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Chapman and Hall London 247s
4 Temizkan G ve N. Arda 1999, Moleküler Biyolojide Kullanılan Yöntemler Nober Tıp Kitabevleri 236s.
Name of Instructors
Instructor
Information
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
2
Lecture topics
History of molecular biology, relation with other science
Cell and biomoleculs, cell cycles
4
Nucleic asid, structural features of NA, cellular localization and roles of NA,
chemical properties of NA, physical properties of NA
DNA biosynthesis, RNA biosynthesis
5
DNA replication and repair
6
Transcription and the genetic code and translation
7
Protein biosynthesis
8
Mutation, Recombinant DNA tecnology
9
General methods on molecular biology lab.
10
İsolation RNA and DNA, DNA transformation, Polimerase chain reaction
11
RNA/DNA hybridization
12
RNA /DNA analysis
13
Protein isolation and analysis
3
14
Practice/Lab/Field
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURAL
Chromatographic pesticide analysis
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Plant Protection
Code
Term
ZBK 557
I (Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
MS
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Asist. Prof. Dr. Cafer TURGUT
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture Dept. of Plant Protection 09100 AYDIN
[email protected]
Introduction to pesticide groups, basic principles of pesticide analysis, extraction methods,
general principles of chromatography, chromatographic techniques, gas chromatography, high
performance liquid chromatography
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Handa, S. K. (2004): Principles of pesticide chemistry. Agrobios.
Name of Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
2
Introduction of pesticide groups
Practice/Lab/Field
General principles of
laboratory use
Preparation of standards
3
Introduction of pesticide groups
Preparation of standards
4
Extraction methods of pesticides
Extraction studies
5
Extraction methods of pesticides
Rapid extraction techniques
6
Extraction methods of pesticides
Rapid extraction techniques
7
EXAM
1
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Lecture topics
Introduction
Introduction of chromatographic pesticide analysis
Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry
Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry
High performance liquid chromatograpy
High performance liquid chromatograpy
Evaluation of results
Kramatografik cihazların
tanıtımı
GC injection methods and
methods developmet
Anaytical methods and
evaluation
HPLC injection methods and
methods development
Analytical methods and
evaluation
Calculation o f the results
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
Department
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
ZBK-559
I
Course Prerequisites
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Entomophagous insects
Plant protection
Entomology
Level
Type
M. Sc
Opt.
None
Language
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
0
3
8
Name of Instructors
Instructor
Information
Prof. Dr. Tülin AKŞİT
University of Adnan Menderes, Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant Protection, 09100
Aydın, [email protected]
Course
Objective and brief
Description
In this course is aim to teach some terminology of parasitoids, morphology and physiology of
parasitoids and predators, behaviour of insect parasitoids and predators and explain the effects
to natural enemies of the host’s food plant, the relations between natural enemies, some
biological characteristics of parasitoids and predators, the families of parasitoid and predator
arthropods.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Grenier,S.,P.D.Greany and A.C.Cohen,1994.Potential for mass release of insect parasitoids and predators through
development of artificial culture techniques(.Ed.:Rosen, D.,F.D.Bennett,J.L.Capinera), 1994.
Uygun, N., 1981. Türkiye Coccinellidae (Col.) Faunası Üzerinde Taksonomik Çalışmalar. Ç.Ü. Zir. Fak. Yay. No:
157, Bilimsel Araştırma ve İnceleme Tezleri No: 48, Adana.
Clausen, C.P., 1962. Entomophagous Insects. Hafner Publishing Co., Inc., New York
Van Driesche, R. and Jr. Bellows, T.S., 1996. Biological Control. An International Thomson Publishing Company,
Florence.
Quicke, D.L.J., 1997. Parasitic Wasps. Chapman and Hall, London, UK.
Grenier,S.,P.D.Greany and A.C.Cohen,1994.Potential for mass release of insect parasitoids and predators through
development of artificial culture techniques(.Ed.:Rosen, ,F.D.Bennett,J.L.Capinera), 1994.
COURSE CALENDER/SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Some terminology of parasitoids
1
Morphology and physiology of parasitoid and predator insects
2
Behaviours of insect parasitoids and predators (host/prey finding)
3
Behaviours of insect parasitoids and predators (feeding)
4
The effects to natural enemies of the host’s food plant. The relations with each other of natural enemies
5
Some biological characteristics of parasitoids and predators
6
7
QUİZ
Some biological characteristics of parasitoids and predators
8
Effected factors on fecundity, longevity, growth and development
9
Host defence reactions
10
Parasitoid Arthropods
11
Parasitoid Arthropods
12
Predator Arthropods
13
14
FİNAL EXAM
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on the instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a
combination of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Integrated Pest Management
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK 502
Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Level
Type
Language
M.Sc.
Optional
Turkish
Associate Prof. Dr. İbrahim Gencsoylu
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
0
8
Instructor
Information
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture, Dept. Of Plant Protection, AYDIN, e-mail:
[email protected]
Course Objective
and brief
Description
The courses cover the principles and methods of Integrated pest management in some fields
1
2
3
4
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Entomology and Pest Management, L. P. Pedigo, Iowa State University, Macmillan Publishing Campany, 1989
646p.
Technical Reports on Entegrated Pest Management Ministry of Agriculture, Ankara
Web Sites related to IPM
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Introduction to Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
Practice/Lab/Field
2
The aim of IPM
3
Principles of IPM
4
Surveillance and Sampling
5
Advantags of IPM and disadvantage of chemicals in Management
6
Economic decision levels for insec populations
7
Pes Management theory and practice
8
Mid-term exam
10
Insect pest mangament in lo-value, moderate-value and high-value
production systems
Ipm in corn fields
11
Ipm in vitis fields
12
Ipm in vegetables fields
13
Ipm in cotton fields
9
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Application Technique
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
ZBK 504 Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Level
Type
Language
MS
Optional
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Lecture
2
No
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Özhan BOZ
Assoc.Prof.Dr. İbrahim GENÇSOYLU
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
5
University of Adnan Menderes, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection, 09100
Aydın/Turkey. Phone. + 90 256 7727023, [email protected], igenç[email protected]
The course covers pesticide applicationtechnique and methods in different fields
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Mathews, G.A., E.C. Hislop, 1993.Application Technology for Crop protection. 357p.
Anonymous, 1996. Zirai Mücadele Standart İlaç Deneme Metodları (Cilt 1-4) T.C. Tarım ve Köyişl Bak. Tarımsal
araştırmalar Gen. Müd. Ankara.
Ege Üniv. Fen Bil. Enst. İlaçlama Tekniği Ders Notları.
Öncüer, C., 1996. Tarımsal Zararlılarla Savaş Yöntemleri ve İlaçları. Ege Üniversitesi Basımevi, 333 s + xxx s.
Anonymous, 2004. Manual for Field Trials in Crop Protection, Syngenta. 444p.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Evoluation of pesticide using in worldwide
Practice/Lab/Field
Theory
Practice and Theory
3
Structure of pesticide, formülation and features, dose, tolerance etc. of
pesticide
Technique of pesticide producing and packing
4
Pesticide sprayers equipment and some features
Practice and Theory
5
Calibration
Practice and Theory
6
General cases on establishing experiment
Practice and Theory
7
Exam
8
Drift and measuring methods
Practice and Theory
9
Seed spraying techniques
Practice and Theory
10
Pesticide application technique in field, planted areas and greenhouse
Practice and Theory
11
Chemigation technique
Practice and Theory
12
Aerial application techniques of pesticides
Practice and Theory
13
Pesticide application technology instore and house
Practice and Theory
2
14
Practice and Theory
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of Agriculture
Identification of Insects
Course Title
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK-506
Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Level
Type
Language
MS
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAŞPINAR
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant Protection, AYDIN
Email: [email protected]
Identification of insects having importance in plant protection in family level, morphological,
biological and ecological features in order and family levels, identification of families using id
key.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Borrer, D.J. and D.M. DeLong, 1970. An Introduction to the Study of Insects. 812 pp.
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
Lecture topics
General information on insects: Morphological, biological and
ecological features of insects in Order level
Id keys and their use
9
10
11
12
13
Lab Works on samples
General information on Ephemeroptera and Orthoptera, and
identification of their families
General information on Homoptera , and identification of the families
General information on Heteroptera , and identification of the families
General information on Neuroptera , and identification of the families
Lab Works on samples both from
collection and fields
Lab Works on samples both from
collection and fields
Lab Works on samples both from
collection and fields
Lab Works on samples both from
collection and fields
Mid-term exam
7
8
Practice/Lab/Field
General information on Coleoptera , and identification of the families
General information on Coleoptera , and identification of the families
General information on Lepidoptera , and identification of the families
General information on Lepidoptera , and identification of the families
General information on Diptera , and identification of the families
General information on Hymenoptera, and identification of the families
14
Lab Works on samples both from
collection and fields
Lab Works on samples both from
collection and fields
Lab Works on samples both from
collection and fields
Lab Works on samples both from
collection and fields
Lab Works on samples both from
collection and fields
Lab Works on samples both from
collection and fields
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURE
Plant Disease Forecasting and Early Warning
Course Title
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK-508
Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Level
Type
Language
MS
Optional
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Lecture
2
None
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Ömer Erincik
Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 AYDIN
[email protected]
The objectives and importance of plant disease forecasting and early warning systems in
integrated disease management will be emphasized in the introduction. Using of disease triangle
variables such as pathogen, host and environment in developing disease forecasting systems will
Course Objective
be studied. Monitoring of host, pathogen and environmental variables will be taught. Students
and brief
will learn how to develop a disease forecasting model and collect data. Examples of important
Description
forecasting systems using in the world and our country will be introduced in case studies.
Students will also learn about recent developments and new technology in disease forecasting and
early warning.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Campbell C. L. And Madden L. V. 1990. İntroduction to Plant Disease Epidemiology. A Wiley- Interscience
Publication. New York
2 Jones, D.G. 1998. The Epidemiology of Plant Diseases.
3 Francl, L. F. and Deborah, N. A. 1997. Exercise in plant Disease Epidemiology
4 http://www.ento.okstate.edu/classes/plp3344/forecast.html
5 Madden L. V. And Ellis M.A How to develop Plant Disease Forecasters
Instructor
Information
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Lecture topics
Week
Practice/L
ab/Field
Introduction to plant disease forecasting and early warning (description, history, objectives,
benefits of forecasting and early warning)
Factors effecting disease development (pathogen, host and environment). Using of these factors
2
in disease forecasting.
Monitoring of pathogen and host
3
Monitoring of environment (sensors, weather stations)
4
Developing of disease forecasting and early warning systems
5
Developing of disease forecasting models I
Developing of disease forecasting models II
6
Disease forecasting and early warning systems based on host variables
7
Phenologic models
Disease forecasting and early warning systems based on pathogen variables
8
Mid Term
9
Disease forecasting and early warning systems based on environmental variables I
10
Disease forecasting and early warning systems based on environmental variables II
11
Forecasting and early warning systems using in Turkey.
12
Recent development and new technology in plant disease forecasting and early warning
13
Final exam
14
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
1
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Department
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
ZBK-510
II
Course Prerequisites
Name of Instructors
Mass productions of insects
Plant protection
Entomology
Level
Type
Master
Opt.
None
Language
Turkish
Assoc. Prof.Dr. Tülin AKŞİT
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
3
10
Instructor
Information
Course
Objective and brief
Description
1
2
3
University of Adnan Menderes, Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant Protection, 09100
Aydın, [email protected]
In this course, the methods and techniques of mass rearing of insects, needed tools and
equipments and preparation of insect diets, mass rearing of phytophagous and entomophagous
insects species are explained separately. Besides descriptions and controls of important pests
and diseases that cause problems in mass rearing were also mentioned.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Singh P. and R.F.Moore (Ed.),1985.Handbook of Insect Rearing Vol.I.Elsevier Science Publishers B.V. Amsderdam,
488 pp.
Singh P. and R.F.Moore (Ed.),1985.Handbook of Insect Rearing Vol.II. Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.
Amsderdam, 514 pp.
Grenier,S.,P.D.Greany and A.C.Cohen,1994.Potential for mass release of insect parasitoids and predators through
development of artificial culture techniques(.Ed.:Rosen, D.,F.D.Bennett,J.L.Capinera), 1994.
COURSE CALENDER/SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
The preparation of insects rearing systems
1
Rearing, colony maintenance and genetic variations of insects
2
Diets ( multiple species rearing diets)
3
Artificial diets
4
Artificial diets
5
Natural foods
6
7
QUIZ
Rearing of various phytophagous species on artificial diets
8
Rearing of parasitoids and predators on the natural host
9
General problems in rearing of entomophagous insects
10
Disease recognition in laboratory colonies
11
Contaminant control in laboratory colonies
12
Quality control in laboratory-reared insects
13
14
FİNAL EXAM
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on the instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a
combination of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURE
Plant Protection in Ecological Agriculture
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology, Entomology, Herbology
Code
Term
ZBK-512
Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Level
Type
Language
MS
Opt.
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Lecture
3
None
Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAŞPINAR, Doç. Dr. Ozhan BOZ, Yrd. Doç. Dr. Ömer ERİNCİK
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 AYDIN
Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAŞPINAR .......... [email protected]
Doç. Dr. Ozhan BOZ ................... ..... [email protected]
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Ömer ERINCIK ........... [email protected]
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Definition and importance of ecological agriculture will be explained. Role of plant protection in
ecological agriculture will be emphasized and rules in ecological agriculture and certification
regulations will be introduced. Ecological factors causing pests, pathogen and weeds populations
to increase and limit will be studied. Control methods which are used in ecological agriculture
systems for controlling pests, pathogens and weeds will be covered in details.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Powers, L., and McSorley R. 1999. Ecological Principles of Agriculture
Gliessman, S. R. 1997. Agroecology: Ecological Processes in Sustainable Agriculture
Hakansson, S. Weeds and weed Management on Arable Land. An ecological Approach
Altieri , A. M. 1981. Agroecology: The scientific Basis of Alternative Agriculture.
Unwin, R. 1990. Crop Protection in organic and low imput Agriculture.
Gold, M. V. 1999. Sustainable Agriculture: Definitions and Terms
http://www.nal.usda.gov/afsic/AFSIC_pubs/srb9902.htm#term4a
Anonymous. 2006. Organic Agriculture at FAO. http://www.fao.org/organicag/frame5-e.htm
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
2
3
4
5
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
Introduction (Definition, History, Importance, ecological agriculture in the world and in
Turkey)
Ecological and agroecological systems, effect of plant protection practices on these two systems
Principles of ecological agriculture, International and national organizations and instutitions,
Certifications
Ecological agriculture and biodiversity, significance of biodiversity in sustainable agriculture
and plant protection
Factors causing pests, pathogen and weed populations to increase in ecological agricultural
lands
Factors causing pests, pathogen and weed populations to limit in ecological agricultural lands
6
7
Midterm
Plant disease control methods in ecological agriculture I
8
Plant disease control methods in ecological agriculture II
9
Plant pest control methods in ecological agriculture I
10
Plant pest control methods in ecological agriculture II
11
Weed control methods in ecological agriculture I
12
Weed control methods in ecological agriculture II
13
14
Final exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURE
Course Title
Phytoclinic
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK-514
Spring
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
MSc
Opt.
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Lecture
2
None
Prof. Dr. Kemal BENLİOĞLU, Yrd. Doç. Dr. İbrahim ÇAKMAK, Yrd. Doç. Dr. Ömer
ERİNCİK
Adnan Menderes Ünversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın Tel: 256 7727023
[email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
Course aims to analyze and identify microscopic and macroscopic images of agricultural plants
Course Objective
and plant parts showing symptoms of abiotic and biotic disorders by means of computer. Course
and brief
also provides basic and technical information on the collection of samples and data necessary to
Description
conduct management of assays in plant protection, and evaluation of data by means of computer
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Russ, J. C. The Image Processing Handbook, CRC Press, ISBN: 0849325323
2 http://www.ohio-distinctive.com/galleries/insects/
3 Nilsson, H. 1995. Remote Sensing and Image Analysis in Plant Pathology, Annual Review of Phytopathology
33:489-528.
4 http://www.diagnosis.co.nz/get.htm
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Lecture topics
Analyzing of symptoms caused by plant pathogens in
selected plants
Analyzing of symptoms caused by plant pests in selected
plants
Practice/Lab/Field
Collecting images samples from field
Collecting images samples from stereo
and
compound microscopes
Transferring images to computer
Analyzing of symptoms caused by abiotic factors in
selected plants
Image analysis software
Image analysis software
Survey methods
Determination of incidence, prevalence and level of
damage
Quiz
Sampling methods
Collecting, preparation and mailing of specimens
Data loggers (Hobo, Watchdog, GPS)
Analyzing images by means of computer
Analyzing images by means of computer
Field applications
Field applications
Collecting samples in the field
Evaluation of samples
Using data loggers in the field and
greenhouse
Analyzing data by means of computer
Analyzing images by means of computer
Learning data visualization software
12
Remote sensing in plant protection
13
14
Final exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Weed Systematics and Introduced
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
Level
M. Sc.
ZBK 516 Spring
Course Prerequisites
Type
Language
Optional
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Lecture
2
No
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Özhan BOZ
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
University of Adnan Menderes, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection, 09100
Aydın/Turkey. Phone. + 90 256 7727033 (1203), [email protected]
Principles of weed systematics and monitoring of the growth stages of certain weed plants having
importance in agricultural areas in Turkey will be introduced. All the growth stages of weeds starting from
cotyledon formation through fruit and seed development will be covered. In addition, charecteristics of
certain plant families comprising important weed species found widespread in Turkey.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Davis, P.H., 1967-1984. Flora of Turkey and the East Aegean Islands. Vol 1-10. Edinburg.
Seçmen, Ö., Y. Gemici, E, Leblebici, G. Görk ve L. Bekat, 1989. Tohumlu Bitkiler Sistematiği, Ege Üniversitesi,
Fen Fakültesi Kitaplar Serisi, No:116. İzmir. 396s
Zeybek, N., H. Güner, M. Öztürk, Ö. Seçmen, Süleyman Tokur, Merih Kıvanç ve Ayşen Özdemir, 1991. Bitki
sistematiği ve Biyolojisi, Anadolu Üniversitesi, Yayın No:427. 292s.
Altınayar, G., 1987. Bitkibilimi Terimleri Sözlüğü, T.C. Bayındırlık ve İskan Bakanlığı, Devlet Su İşleri Genel Müd.
Yayınları.308s.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
General plant systematics
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
Practice and Theory
2
Differences in Monocotyledon and Dicotyledon weeds
Practice and Theory
3
Charecteristics of Poaceae (Graminea)
Practice and Theory
4
Charecteristics of Brassicaceae (Cruciferae)
Practice and Theory
5
Charecteristics of Asteraceae (Compositae)
Practice and Theory
6
Charecteristics of Fabaceae (Leguminosae)
Practice and Theory
7
Exam
8
Charecteristics of Orobanchaceae and Convolvulaceae
Practice and Theory
9
Charecteristics of Apiaceae (Umbelliferae)
Practice and Theory
10
Charecteristics of Cyperaceae
Practice and Theory
11
Charecteristics of Rubiaceae
Practice and Theory
12
Charecteristics of Papaveraceae
Practice and Theory
13
Charecteristics of Amaranthaceae and Scrophullariaceae
Practice and Theory
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURE
Course Title
Biological Control Of Pests
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
ZBK518
Spring
Level
Type
Language
M. Sc.
Option
al
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
None
Course Prerequisites
Yrd.Doç.Dr. Mehmet KARAGÖZ
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
A.D.Ü Ziraat Fakültesi Bitki Koruma Bölümü Güney kampusü AYDIN
[email protected]
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
Principles of biological control, importance and application within other control methods, natural
enemies in biologial control and their interactions with other pents. Biological organisms as a
pent, and application of biological control in Turkey as well as in the world.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Öncüer,C.,Tarımsal Zararlılarla Biyoloji Çalışmalar.Anan Menderes Üniversitesi Yayınları No:1,93s.
Rest of the materials will be provided by instructor.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Lecture topics
Week
Practice/L
ab/Field
Introduction (Biological control and importance
1
General information in biological control)
2
Methods and applications of biological control against pests
3
Biological control agents
4
Predator insect, mites, invertebrates
5
Predator insect, mites, invertebrates
6
Exam
7
Parasitoids insects
8
Parasitoids insects
9
Pathogens (Bacteria, viruses, fungi etc.
10
Examples of biological control applications in the world
11
Examples of biological control applications in the world
12
Examples of biological control applications in the Turkey
13
General evaluation of all weeks.
14
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURE
Biological Control of Plant Diseases
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
II
(Spring)
Course Prerequisites
ZBK520
Level
MSc
Type
Language
Opt.
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Lecture
2
None
Prof. Dr. Kemal BENLİOĞLU
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Adnan Menderes Ünversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın
Tel: 256 7727023 [email protected]
The course focuses on student understanding of the basic principles of biological control of plant
Course Objective
diseases and its role in plant protection. The major biocontrol mechanisms, which include
and brief
antibiosis, competition, colonization, lyzis, PGPR, SIR and hypovirulence, are demonstrated by in
Description
vitro and in vivo assays.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Bora,T., H. Özaktan, H. 1998. Bitki Hastalıklarıyla Biyolojik Savaş. - Prizma Matbaası, İzmir.
2 Cook, R. J. K. F. Baker, 1983. The Nature and Practice of Biological Control of Plant Pathogens, APS Press,
ISBN:0-89054-053-5
3 Tjamos E. C. C., R. J. Cook, G. C. Papavizas, 1992. Biological Control of Plant Diseases, Plenum Publishing
Corporation, ISBN: 0306442302
4 http://helios.bto.ed.ac.uk/bto/microbes/control.htm
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
Introduction to plant pathology and microbial ecology
Isolation of biocontrol agents
Historical background and methodology of biological
Determination of in-vitro antagonistic
2
control
effect
Agricultural practice and biological control
seed coating and seedling applications
3
Biocontrol mechanisms
in-vivo assays with antagonistic bacteria
4
Effect of biocontrol agents on plant growth and disease
in-vivo assays with antagonistic fungi
5
resistance
Biocontrol of foliar diseases
Assay for storage diseases
6
Biocontrol of diseases of roots
Assay for storage diseases
7
8
Quiz
Biocontrol of diseases of roots
Determination of IAA and ACC
9
Biocontrol of storage diseases
Siderophore test
10
Biocontrol of diseases of seeds and seedlings
Determination of enzymatic activity
11
Formulations of biocontrol agents
Determination of enzymatic activity
12
Biocontrol and integrated pest menagement (IPM)
Evaluation of assays
13
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Laboratory Techniques In Entomology
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK-522 II (Spring)
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
Master
Obligatory
None
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
3
10
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
Asst. Prof.Dr. İbrahim ÇAKMAK
Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın
Tel: 256 772 70 24 [email protected]
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Düzgüneş, Z. 1980. Küçük Arthropodların Toplanması, Saklanması ve Mikroskopik Preparatlarının Hazırlanması.
T.C. Gıda-Tarım ve Hayvancılık Bakanlığı, Zirai Karantina Genel Müdürlüğü, Ankara, 77 s.
Ecevit O. ve Mennan S. 2000. Entomoloji’de Laboratuvar Yöntemleri. Ondokuz Mayıs Üniversitesi, Ziraat Fakültesi
Ders Kitabı No:35 Samsun, 196 s.
3
4
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Tools and devices used in laboratory
4
Collection and storage in Acari
Practice/Lab/Field
Demonstration and maintenance of
microscopes and other laboratory
equipments
Demonstration of some extraction
methods and tools and devices
Temporary and permanent
mounting
Demonstration of tools and media
5
Examination and mounting techniques in Acari
Preparation
6
Collection and labeling of insects
Coollection of insects in nature
7
Preparation of leg, antenna, wing etc. of insects
Preparation
8
Ara Sınav
1
2
3
Sample collection and extraction methods of Nematoda
Examination and mounting techniques in Nematoda
10
Collection and preparation of Aleyrodidae
Temporary and permanent
mounting
Preparation
11
Collection and preparation of Diaspididae and Coccidae
Preparation
12
Collection and preparation of Thrips
Preparation
13
Labeling of Nematoda, Acari ve Insecta
Labeling
9
Collection and preparation of Aphidoidea
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of Agriculture
Course Title
Insect Ecology and Epidemiology
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK-524
Spring
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
M.S.
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
0
8
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAŞPINAR
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant Protection, AYDIN
Email: [email protected]
Understanding of insects and their relations with biotic and abiotic factors, effecting factors on
the distribution and population of insects, epidemiy and their steps, control of epidemy.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Önder, F., 2004. Bitki Zararlılarının Ekolojisi ve Epidemiyolojisi. ISBN 975-98739-0-7. Bornova, İzmir, 81 s.
Price, P. W., 1997. Insect Ecology. John Wiley&Sons Inc., New York, 868 pp.
Kocataş, A., 1994. Ekoloji ve Çevre Biyolojisi. E.Ü. Fen Fakültesi Ders Kitapları Serisi No: 142.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
1
General principles
2
Factors effecting insect distribution and populations
3
Abiotic factors : Temperature
4
Abiotic factors : Water and humidity
5
Abiotic factors : Light, wind, atmosferic gases, gravity and soil
6
Biotic factors: Food
Mid-term exam
7
8
Biotic factors: Competition
9
Biotic factors: Predation and parasitition
10
Effects of agricultural practices on insects
11
Effects of industry on insects
12
Reasons of insect epidemy and steps
13
Control of insect epidemy
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Department
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Pesticide pollution and control
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Plant Protection
Course Title
Code
Term
ZBK 526 II (Spring)
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
M.Sc.
optional
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Lecture
3
None
Asist. Prof. Dr. Cafer TURGUT
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Agriculture, Dept of Plant Protection Aydin
History, use and necessary of pesticide from the first use to nowadays. Classification and
application fields of pesticides in the agriculture. The effect of chemical and physical properties
Course Objective
of pesticides on environmental pollution, risk and risk assessment. Critical points of pesticides for
and brief
causing pollution from production in the factory to the application in the field and mechanisms
Description
for control of them. Process and residual risk after application on the field and control mechanism
with help of models.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Kışlalıoğlu, M., Berkes, F. (2003) Çevre ve Ekoloji. Remzi Kitabevi
2 Karpuzcu, M. (1996): Çevre Kirliliği ve Kontrolü. Kubbealtı Neşriyatı
3 Handa, S. K. (2004): Principles of pesticide chemistry. Agrobios.
4
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
1
General Introduction
2
History, use and classification of pesticides
3
Pesticide registration
4
Transport, movement and factors to residues
5
Residues properties and classification
6
Degradation and dissipation of pesticides in the environment
7
Exam
8
Distribution of pesticides to environment
9
Water polution of pesticides and control
10
Soil pollution of pesticides and control
11
Air pollution of pesticides and control
12
Factors of Long range transport and ways
13
Uptake and transport in organisms
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Plant Disease Epidemiology
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
ZBK 528
II Spring
Master
Optional
Turkish
Course Prerequisites
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
Lecture
2
None
2
8
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course
Objective and
brief Description
Prof. Dr. M. Timur Döken
Address: Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi, Ziraat Fakültesi, Bitki Koruma Bölümü, Güney Kampüsü
09100 AYDIN - TÜRKİYE
Tel: 0 256 772 70 22-23-24 / 1201 e-mail: [email protected] - [email protected]
The aim of the course is focused on understanding and quantification of plant diseases on
population scale and evaluation of this information to determine the appropriate methods and
strategies of disease management. The main topics of the course include seasonal carry-over of
pathogens; inoculum release, dispersal and deposition; the spread of pathogens within crop areas;
the factors which influence the spread of pathogens within crop areas and disease forcasting.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
2
3
4
Van Der Plank, J.E., 1963. Plant Diseases: Epidemics and Control. Academic Press, New York and London. 349 pp.
Tarr, S.A.J., 1972. Principles of Plant Pathology. The Macmillan Pres, 632 pp.
Campbell, C.L.and L. V. Madden, 1990. Introduction to Plant Disease Epidemiology. Wiley-Interscience. 532 pp.
Jurgen K. J., 2002. Comparative Epidemiology of Plant Diseases. CPL Scientific Publishing Services Ltd. 206 pp.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
1
Introduction, definition and scope of epidemiology, terminology
-
2
Seasonal carry-over of pathogens (perennial infection and infected crop
residues)
-
3
Seasonal carry-over of pathogens (alternate host plants, crop residues)
-
4
Seasonal carry-over of pathogens (soil-borne inoculum and inoculum
from other sources)
-
5
Dispersal of plant pathogens by air
-
6
Dispersal of plant pathogens by water
-
7
Dispersal of plant pathogens by insects, mites, nematodes, other
animals and by man
-
8
Mid Term Exam
-
9
Simple and compound interest diseases,
-
10
Epiphytotics
-
11
Long term relation between pathogens and their host plants
-
12
The influence of plant, pathogen, biotic and enviromental factors on
epidemics
-
13
The forecasting of plant diseases
-
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group
presentation, or a combination of these.
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURAL
Course Title
Plant virus and Viroid Diseases
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK 530 II (Spring)
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
Master
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
0
8
Serap AÇIKGÖZ
Adres: Adnan Menderes University Agricultural Faculty Plant Protection Department 09100
AYDIN [email protected] tel: 0256 7727417 Fax: 0256 772 7233
What are differences of virus and viroid. The discovery of viroids and definition of viroid.
Course Objective
Natural plant viroid and virus diseases. Nomenclature and classification of viruses. The groups
and brief
of plants viruses. The symptoms, host plants, transmission ways, controls, physical and
Description
chemical properties of plants viruses are explained.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Smith K.M.A 1972, Textbook of Plant Virus DiseasesAcademic Pres New York684p
2 Agrios 1998 Plant Pathology Academic Press 563s
3 Diener T.O.1979 Viroids and Viroid Disease 251p
4 Yılmaz M.A,Baloğlu S.ve Özarslan M,1995 Bitki Virus Hastalıkları Çukurova Üniv. Ders Kitabı No:128 Adana
200s
Name of Instructors
Instructor
Information
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
4
Lecture topics
The discovery of viroids
Evidence for existence of viroids
Plant diseases caused by viroids
Natural plant viroid diseases Tomato bunchy top disease,
Chrysanthemum chlorotic mottle viroid
Potato spindle tuber disease,Citrus exocortis disease, Coconut cadangcadang disease, Hop stunt disease, cucumber pale fruit
Transmission, replication, identification, purification of viroids
5
Phsical and chemical properties of viroids
6
Viroid-host interaction
7
Plant virus diseases: Virus disease on citrus
8
Virus disease on grapevine
9
Virus disease on stone fruit crops
10
Virus disease on apple
11
Virus disease on gren plant (vegetable), Virus disease on beans
12
Virus disease on potato , Virus disease on beet and tobacco
13
Virus disease on gramines
1
2
3
14
Practice/Lab/Field
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURAL
Serology of Plant Viruses
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK 532 II (Spring)
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
Master
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Serap AÇIKGÖZ
Adnan Menderes University Agricultural Faculty Plant Protection Department 09100 AYDIN
[email protected]
The purpose of this course is to explain the antigenic properties of plant viruses. Because of that
ımmune response, ımmunology, ımmunoglobulin and antigenic reaction, antibody molecules,
antibody response, antigens and antigenic determinants, immunizing anımals are described.
Course Objective
Moreover polyclonal and monoclonal (hibridoma tecniques ) antibodies, virus purification,
and brief
preparation of antisera and purification of antibodies , antigen-antibody ınteraction, serological
Description
techniques (presipitation, diffusion, immunoblotting, immunoelectrophoresis,
immunoelectromicroscopy ,ELISA)and Immunochemical studies of plant viruses are clarified.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Van Regenmortel M.H.V. 1982 Serology and immunochemistry of Plant Viruses, Academic Pres New York 267p
2 Harlow E. And Lane D. 1988 Antibodies A Laboratory Manual CSH Lab.
3 Hill S.A.1984 Methods in Plant Virology Blackwell S.P. London 165p
4
Name of Instructors
Instructor
Information
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Immune response , Immunology
Practice/Lab/Field
1
2
Immunoglobulin and antigenic reaction
3
Antibody molecules
4
Antibody- antigen interaction
5
Antibody response
6
Immunızations, pure antigens
7
Immunizing animals
8
Polyclonal and Monoclonal antibodies
9
Virus purification
10
Preparation of antisera and purification of antibodies
12
Serological techniques: presipitation, diffusion, immunoelectrophoresis,
immunoelectromicroscopy
Immunoblotting, ELISA
13
Immunochemical studies of plant viruses
11
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of Agriculture
Collecting and Sampling Methods of Insects and Their Collections
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK 534
Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Level
Type
Language
M.S.
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAŞPINAR
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant Protection, AYDIN
Email: [email protected]
Principles and importance of collecting of insects and insect sampling methods and maintenance
of the collections
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Borror, D.J. and White, R.E. (1970). A Field Guide to the Insects of America North of Mexico. OU Press.
Borrer, D.J. and D.M. DeLong, 1970. An Introduction to the Study of Insects. 812 pp.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Importance of insect collecting, sampling and the collections
2
Collecting of insects
Information on collecting tools
3
Seperation, preparation and labelling of insects for the collection
Lab works
4
Features of collection boards and boxes
Lab works
5
Importance and use of collections in entomology
Lab works
6
Preserving of insects and maintenance of colections
Lab works
7
Practice/Lab/Field
Mid-term exam
8
Samplings: timing, number and intervals of sampling
Field works
9
Samplings on annual, perennial and greehouse plants
Field works
10
Sampling methods according to features of insects
Field works
11
Effects of biology and damage on sampling
12
Faults in sampling and efecting factors, and statistics in sampling
13
Use of computer in sampling
14
Works on computer use
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Mycorrhizae Plant Health Relationships
PLANT PROTECTION
PHYTOPATHOLOGY
Course Title
Department
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
ZBK
Spring
536
Course
Prerequisities
Level
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Ms.c.
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Lab
2
Credit
3
ECTS Credit
10
No
Ass.Prof.Dr. Ayhan YILDIZ
[email protected]
The students will learn the definition and classification of Mycorhizal fungi in this
Course Objective and brief course. The structure and function of mycorrhizal fungi will be covered in detail. The
mechanisms of host pathogen interactions, their effect on plant growth, mycorrhizaeDescription
plant health relationships, and their roles in biological control of some plant pathogens
will be studied. Both inoculum production and inoculation techniques will be
demonstrated in the laboratory. In addition to these, their potential use in crop
production and several commercial products will be evaluated.
Textbook and Supplementary Readings
1 Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizae Manegement (1991)
2 Methods and Principles of Mycorrhizal Research (1991)
3 The Ecology of Mycorrhizae (1991), Current Advences in Mycorrhizae (2000)
4 Mycorrhizae and plant Health (1994),
COURSE CALENDER/SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
Introductıon
Collection and preparation of soil samples from
1
different plants
The
bıology
and
morpholgy
of
mycorrhizal
fungı
Crushing of dried plant samples into powders
2
and planting of trap plants. Regular monitoring
of plant growth.
Taxonomy
of
mycorrhizal
fungı
Preparations techniques and root preparation.
3
Constructıon of mycorrhizal ınteractıon of mycorrhizal Investigation of already-prepared miycorrhizae
4
fungı and plant
samples.
Constructıon of mycorrhizal ınteractıon of mycorrhizal Preparation of samples from Miycorrhizal rood
5
fungı and plant
and investigation of miycorrhizal structures.
Ectomycorrhızae
Monitoring of trap plant growth.
6
The hosts of the ectmycorhizal fungi
Sellection of ectomycorrhizal fungi
Inokulum sources of ectomycorrhizal fungi
Endomycorrhızae
Techniques for isolation of miycorrhizal fungi
7
The hosts of the endomycorhizal fungi
from roots.
Sellection of endomycorrhizal fungi
Inokulum sources of endomycorrhizal fungi
The effects of endomycorrhizal fungi on plant diseases
Exam
8
The effects of cultural applıcatıon and pestıcıdes on Rooting of trap plants and root preparation for
9
mycorrhızal fungı
evaluation.
The effects of cultural applıcatıon and pestıcıdes on Isolation and observation of miycorrhizal fungi
10
mycorrhızal fungı
from roots.
Interactıon of mycorrhıza and plant health
Isolation of spores, wet sieving and spore
11
The effect of endomycorrhize on plant feding and growth
counting of the soil where trap plants are grown.
The effects of Endomycorrhize on plant diseases
Isolation of spores, wet sieving and spore
12
counting of the soil where trap plants are grown
The effects of Endomycorrhize on plant diseases
Evaluation of plant growth and mycorrhizal
13
relation between plant and fungi.
Final Exam
14
Course assessment will be weighed 40% for one quiz and 60% for the final exam. Depending on instructor,s prefrence,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Name of Instructors
Instructor Information
Course Title
FACULTY of Agriculture
Alternative Weed Control methods
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology (Weed Science)
Code
Term
ZBK 538
Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
Level
Type
Language
M.S.
Opt.
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
0
8
Lecture
2
None
Dr. M. Nedim DOĞAN
ADÜ, Ziraat Fak., Aydin-Turkey, [email protected]
The purpose of the lecture is to give informations about non-chemical weed control methods
within the frame of IWM. Especially the role of some growing practices, such as crop rotation,
soil tillage, sowing date, as well as some other mechanical and physical methods will be
discussed. The use of herbicides in integrated apprachs will also be discussed in the lecture.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
2
3
4
Principles of Weed Science
Herbicide Handbook
Herbizide
Unkrautbekaempfung
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Introduction (importance of weeds, yield losses etc.)
2
General aspects of weed control
3
Evaluation of chemical weed control (advantages and disadvantages)
4
Strategies of alternative weed control
5
Preventive Methods: Crop rotation and its importance in weed control
6
Preventive Methods: Tillage and its importance in weed control
7
Other preventive methods
8
Exam
9
Physical measurements
10
Mechanical weed control
11
Biological weed control
12
Combination of methods
13
Herbicide use in effective minimum rates
14
Practice/Lab/Field
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Honey Plants
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Credit hours/week
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
ZBK 540
Spring
M. Sc.
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
Lab
Credit
2
2
3
Course Objective and brief
Description
10
No
Course Prerequisites
Name of Instructors
Instructor Information
ECTS Credit
Assoc.Prof.Dr. Özhan BOZ
University of Adnan Menderes, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection, 09100
Aydın/Turkey. Phone. + 90 256 7727033 (1203), [email protected]
Students will learn honey plant species which are commonly used in apiculture. Different honey
plant species will be covered in terms of their honey production potential, nectar and polen
capacity, type of nectar secretion organs. In addition to these, factors effecting nectar production.,
different nectar sources, poisonous honey plants, will also teach in course. In the practice part of
the course, students will learn herbarium preparation techniques for honey plants
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Ekim, T., 1980. Arıcılıkta Önem Taşıyan Bitkiler ve Bunların Yurdumuzdaki Durumu. Türkiye I. Arıcılık Kongresi. 22-24 Ocak
1980-Ankara. 53-64.
Doğaroğlu, M., 1992. Arıcılık Ders Notları (3. Basım). Trakya Üniversitesi, Tekirdağ Ziraat Fakültesi, Yayın No: 42, Ders Notu
No:36. Tekirdağ.
Nemli, Y., Ballı Bitkiler Ders Notlar. Celal Bayar Üniv., Alaşehir Meslek Yüksek Okulu Ders Notları. İzmir.
Gürkan, B., 1995. Çam Pamuklu Koşnili (Marchaline hellenica). Türkiye II. Teknik Arıcılık Kongresi. 134-145. Ankara.
Sorkun, K., 1995. Türkiye’nin Önemli Nektar Kaynağı Olan Kültür Bitkileri ve Bal Potansiyelleri. Türkiye II. Teknik Arıcılık
Kongresi. 134-145. Ankara.
Sönmez, R., 1984. Arıcılık Ders Kitabı. Ege Üniv. Ziraat Fakültesi Yayınları. 253 s.
Ballı bitkilerle ilgili bildiriler
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
Role of honey bees in crop production, pollination of plants by honeybee
Theory
Techiques in preparation herbarium for honey plants
Practice and Theory
Flower morphology of angiosperm and gymnosperm
Practice and Theory
The importance of honey plants of mobile apiculturee honey capacity of plant species
Theory
Nectar and polen sources, classification of nectar, secretion organs in plants
Practice and Theory
Factors effecting nectar production and nectar sources
Practice and Theory
Exam
Introduce to honey plant species in apiculture
Practice and Theory
Introduce to honey plant species in apiculture
Practice and Theory
Introduce to honey plant species in apiculture
Practice and Theory
Introduce to honey plant species in apiculture
Practice and Theory
Introduce to honey plant species in apiculture
Practice and Theory
Introduce to honey plant species in apiculture
Practice and Theory
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of Agriculture
Weeds and their control in arable and horticultural crops
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology (Weed Science)
Code
Term
ZBK 546
Spring
Level
Type
Language
M. Sc.
Option
al
Turkish
2
None
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
5
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
2
10
Lecture
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Özhan BOZ, Assoc. Prof. Dr. M. Nedim DOĞAN
ADÜ, Ziraat Fak., Aydin-Turkey, [email protected]
The lecture include the definitions of terms used in weed science, significance of weeds in
agriculture, interactions between crops and weeds, parasitic weeds, weeds and their control in
different arable and horticultural crops and herbicides to be used.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Uygur ve ark. 1984. Yabancı ot bilimine giriş
Özer ve ark. 1996. Farklı külktürlerde sorun olan yabancı otlar ve kimyasal savaşımları
Özer ve ark. 1988. herboloji
Güncan, A. 2002. Yabancı otlar ve Mücadele prensipleri
Rao, V.S. principles of Weed Science
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Definiton of weeds and their useful and harmful impacts
2
Weed biology and classification, parasitic weeds
3
Definition of terms allelopathy and competition
4
Weed Management
5
Chemical weed control (Classification of herbicides and application techniques)
6
Weeds and their control in cerelas
7
Exam
8
Weeds and their control in sugar beet, potatoe, sunflower and cotton
9
Weeds and their control in tobacco, peanut and soybean
10
Weeds and their control in Legume crops
11
Weeds and their control in nurseries and wein and fruit plantations
12
Weeds and their control in ornamentals and strawberry
13
Weeds and their control in vegetables grown in greenhouse and on field.
14
Practice/Lab/Field
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of Agriculture
Course Title
Biosafety
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK 548
Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Level
Type
Language
Master
Opt.
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Lecture
3
None
Prof. Dr. Serap AÇIKGÖZ
ADÜ Depertent of Plant Protection, Faculty of Agriculture, AYDIN
[email protected]
Analyzing of updated biotechnological developments and biotechnological applications, Social
and commercial echoes, Biosafety necessarily and importance, Biosafety-Bioengineering
interaction, Information about basic biosafety and legal proceedings on historical progress, Risk
in biotekhnology and risk managament mentality, Legal and organizational restructuring in word
about biosecurity, Basic approaches and evoluations on national and indernational platforms.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Topal, Ş. 2006 Biyogüvenlik ve Biyoteknoloji Cemturan Ofset Matbaası 312s.
Anonymous, 2004. GDO Gerçeği, Genetiği Değiştirilmiş Organizmalar ve Gıda Güvenliği Konferans Notları,
İstanbul, 144 s.
Graham, L. E., J.M.Graham and L.W. Wilcox, 2005. Bitki Biyolojisi; Genetik Mühendisliği (Bölüm 18) ed. K. Işık,
Palme Yayıncılık, 497 s.
Özcan, S., E. Gürel ve M. Babaoğlu, 2001. Bitki Biyoteknolojisi; Genetik Mühendisliği ve Uygulamaları, 456 s.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
2
Lecture topics
Analyzing of updated biotechnological developmets and biotechnological
applications
Information about basic biosafety and legal proceedings on historical progress
3
Social and commercial echoes, Biosafety-Bioengineering interaction
4
Biosafety necessarily and importance,
5
Biosecurity and biotechnological assurence fact
6
Risk in biotechnology and risk managament mentality,
7
Risk in biotechnology and risk managament mentality
8
Biosecurty and ethic
9
Biosecurty and ethic
10
Legal and organizational restructuring in word about biosecurity,
11
Legal and organizational restructuring in word about biosecurity,
12
Biosecurity strategies in Turkey, its applications and legal restructions
13
Biosecurity strategies in Turkey, its applications and legal restructions
1
14
Practice/Lab/Field
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
Department
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
ZBK-550
II
Course Prerequisites
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
The relations of plant- phytophagous insects
Plant protection
Entomology
Level
Type
M. Sc.
Opt.
None
Language
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
0
3
8
Name of Instructors
Instructor
Information
Assoc. Prof.Dr. Tülin AKŞİT
University of Adnan Menderes, Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant Protection, 09100
Aydın, [email protected]
Course
Objective and brief
Description
Aim of this course is to teach the host range and feeding types of phytophagous insects, the
process of host-plant selection, the effects on insects of food and the features of plants as food,
the effected factors to feeding behaviors of insects, the adaptations of insects to vegetable
defences, specialization of insects on plants and plant parts, chemicals in plants.
1
2
3
4
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Bernays, E.A. and R.F.Chapman, 1994.Host- plant selection by phytophagous insects. Chapman and Hall, 115 Fifth
Avenue, Newyork,312 s.
Mitchell E.R. and Tingle F.C., 1996.Plant allelochemicals: a relatively unexplored territory in management of crop
insect pests (IN:Pest Management in the subtropics, Integrated Pest Management-a Florida Perspective)
(Ed.:D.Rosen, F.D.Bennett, J.L.Capinera)Intercept Limited, United Kingdom, 578 s.
Chapman,R.F.1972.The Insects. The English Universities Press Ltd.,819 s.
Painter,R.H.,1968.Insects resistance in crop plants. The Mac Millan Company, Newyork,520 s.
COURSE CALENDER/SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Host range and feeding types of phytophagous insects
1
Taste, olfaction, vision and touching senses of insects
2
The process of host-plant selection
3
The effects on insects of food and the features of plants as food
4
The effected factors to feeding behaviors of insects
5
Benefiting from food of insects, The adaptations of insects toward vegetable defences
6
7
QUIZ
Insects resistance in plants
8
Specialization of insects on plants and plant parts
9
Chemicals in plants; Volatiles, surface waxes and other surface compounds
10
Nutrients; Protein and aminoacids
11
Carbohydrates and lipids
12
Secondary metabolites, Phenolics Terpenoids ,Organic acids and Sulfur –containing compounds
13
14
FINAL EXAM
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on the instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a
combination of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Arthropod Vectors
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK-601
Fall
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
Ph.D.
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAŞPINAR
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant Protection, AYDIN
Email: [email protected]
Importance of vectors in plant protection, mechanisms of transmittion, important arthropod
vectors, role of mouth type in the transmittion, spesification to plant tissues, relationships among
plants-diseases-vectors.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Carter, W., 1962. Insect in Relation to Plant Disease. Interscience Publishers, New York, 705 pp.
Maramorosch, K. And Kaprowski, H., 1967. Methods in Virology. Academic Pres, New York, 570 pp.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Introduction and diseses transmittion by arthropod vectors
2
Transmittion types of bacterial and fungal diseases
3
Transmittion types of viral diseases
4
Mouth parts of vectors nad their importance in transmittion of diseases
5
6
Feding behavior and importance of spesification to plant tissues from
epidemiology point of view.
Vector insects (Aphididae)
Mid-term exam
7
8
Practice/Lab/Field
Vector insects (Cicadellidae)
10
Vector insects (Miridae, Aleyrodidae, Coccoidea, Orthoptera,
Coleoptera, Thysanoptera)
Vector acari (Acarina)
11
Effects of diseases on vectors
12
Ecological aspects in transmittion of diseases
13
Control methods of vector arthropods and general review
9
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Biotechnique methods in agricultural management
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
ZBK 603
Term
Level
Fall
PH.D.
Type
Optional
Language
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Associate Prof. Dr. İbrahim Gencsoylu
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture, Dept. Of Plant Protection, AYDIN, e-mail:
[email protected]
The course cover the use of biotechnique methods in managment programs against the pests
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Pesticides and managments against pests in Agriculture, Cezmi Öncüer, ADÜ Ziraat Fakültesi, 2004. 424s
Entomology and Pest Management, L. P. Pedigo, Iowa State University, Macmillan Publishing Campany, 1989
646p.
Web Sites related to IPM
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
The place of insect growth regulators in pest management
2
Introduction to the Biotechnique methods
3
The importance of Biotechnique methods in pest management
4
The use of pheromon in pest management in worldwide and Turkey
5
Pheromone and insect behavior
6
Ovipostion detterrent
7
Mid-Term exam
8
Insect repellents
9
Insect repellents-contuined
10
Juvenil Hormon Analogs
11
Juvenil Hormon Analogs-contuined
12
Antifeedent
13
Insect steril method
14
Practice/Lab/Field
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Fungus Physiology
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
ZBK 605
I Fall
Ph D
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
0
2
8
None
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Prof. Dr. M. Timur Döken
Address: Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi, Ziraat Fakültesi, Bitki Koruma Bölümü, Güney Kampüsü
09100 AYDIN - TÜRKİYE
Tel: 0 256 772 70 22-23-24 / 1201 e-mail: [email protected] - [email protected]
The object of the course is profoundly to teach the concepts of fungal physiology in relation to
Course Objective
their enviroments with emphasis on plant pathogenic fungi. Structure and function of fungal
and brief
cells, nutrient acquisition and utilization, fungal metabolism, growth and development, sexuel and
Description
asexsuel reproduction constitude the main subjects of the course.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Cooke, R.C., 1993. Ecophysiology of Fungi. Blackwell Publishing. 352 pp.
2 Jennings, D.H., 1995. The Physiology of Fungal Nutrition. Cambridge Press. 622 pp.
3 Moore - Landecker, E.,1972. Fundementals of the Fungi.458 pp.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
1
Introduction and concept of physiology
-
2
Structure and functions of fungal cell
-
3
4
Nutritional requirements for growth (essential elements, vitamins,
nutrient uptake)
Physical requirements for growth (temperature, pH, moisture, light,
aeration)
-
5
Fungus metabolism (carbon)
-
6
Fungus metabolism (nitrogen)
-
7
Fungus metabolism (lipid )
-
8
Mid - Term Exam
-
9
Nonsexuel reproduction
-
10
Sexuel reproduction
-
11
Nutritional and physical factors affecting reproduction
-
12
Spore release and dispersal
-
13
Spore dormancy and germination
-
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURAL
Molecular Plant Pathology
Department
Plant Pathology
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK-607
I.Fall
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
PhD
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Serap AÇIKGÖZ
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Adnan Menderes University Agricultural Faculty Plant Protection Department 09100 AYDIN
[email protected]
The contents encompass the modern molecular techniques in plant pathology. Genom
organization, genetic of the host-pathogen interaction, pathogenic determinants are defined.
Identification of by RNA extraction-isolation, northern blot analysis DNA extraction-isolation,
Course Objective
southern blot analysis DNA/RNA hybridization, dot-blot hybridization. Labelling and storage of
and brief
nucleic asid probes. Nucleic acid amplification tecniques: polymerase chain reaction. Genome
Description
analysis by RFLP and RAPD, cloning and gene expression. Characterized defence response
genes. Genetic modification of plants for pathogens resistance are discussed.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Goosen, T. And Debets, 1996. Molecular genetic analysis. In: Fungal Genetic: Principles and practce, Bos, C.J. (ed.)
Marcel Dekker, New York, pp.97-117.
2 Berger S.L. Guide to Molecular Cloning Techniques Academic Pres
3 Tower K.J. and A. Cockayne 1993. Molecular Methods for Microbial Identification and Typing. Chapman and Hall
4 Gurr S.J. and D.J. Bowles 1992 Molecular Plant Pathology Volume I, II,A Practical Approarh, At Oxfort Univ.Press
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Causal agents of plant diseases: Pathogens
Practice/Lab/Field
2
Reproductive biology of pathogens
3
Genome organization, Extrachromosomal ınheritance
4
Genetic of the host-pathogen interaction
5
Gene transformation in pathogens
6
Genetic variation
7
Molecular markers
9
Identification of pathogens: Nucleic acid izolation and hybridization
techniques
Dot-blot hybridization, Gel electrophorosis, Electroelition
10
Southern , Northern blot hybridization
11
Identification of immunological materyal
12
Protein isolation and electrophorosis
13
Western blot hybridization
8
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Weed Ecology
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
ZBK 609
Fall
Ph.D
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
No
Course Prerequisites
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Özhan BOZ
University of Adnan Menderes, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Soil Science, 09100
Aydın/Turkey. Phone. + 90 256 7727033 (1203), [email protected]
Ecological factors effecting germination and vegetative and generative growth of plants will
be inroduced to the students. The effects of biotic and abiotic factors on interactions of weed
and crops, dynamics of weed population, and population assesments will also covered in
Course Objective and
these course. In addition to these, adverse effects of herbicides to ecosystem, ecological
brief Description
factors playing significant role on herbicide side effects, development of alternative control
methods in weed science will be studied. Importance of weed-insect-disease-culture plant
interactions in ecology will be covered in details.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Çetik, A.R., 1973. Vejetasyon Bilimi. Ankara Üniv., Fen Fakültesi. 181s.
2 Radosevich, S.R. and J.S. Holt, 1984. Weed Ecology Implications for Vegetation Management. 265p.
3 Akman, Y. ve O. Ketenoğlu, 1992. Vejetasyon Ekolojisi ve Araştırma Metodları. Ankara Üniv., Fen Fakültesi. 271s.
4 Booth, B.D., S.D. Murphy and C.J. Swanton, 2003. Weed Ecology in Natural and Agricultural Systems. CABI
Publishing. 303p.
Name of Instructors
Instructor
Information
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
1
Main concept of ecology
Theory
2
Population ecology, the structure and dynamics of populations
Theory
3
Environmental factors effecting weeds
Theory
4
Sexual and asexual reproduction in weeds
Theory
Theory
6
Growth stages from seed development through seedling (Germination,
growing, aging and dying), dormansi and dispersal in weeds
Interactions of weeds-insect-diseases
7
Exam
8
Plant communities
Theory
9
A prediction method for weed infestation
Theory
Theory
11
Critical periods in weed management, environmental factors effecting
economical threshold level
Important of weed ecology in weed management
12
Interactions among populations (Competition and allelopathy)
Theory
13
Interactions among populations (Herbivory, parasitizim, and
mutualism)
Theory
5
10
14
Theory
Theory
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Mites injurious to cultivated plants
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
ZBK-611
I (Fall)
Ph.D.
Obligatory
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
0
2
8
None
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Asst. Prof.Dr. İbrahim ÇAKMAK
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın
Tel: 256 772 70 24 [email protected]
Morphology, biology, damage of phytophagous mites, Prostigmata (Tetranychidae,
Tenuipalpidae, Penthaleidae, Tarsonemidae, Eriophyidae) and Astigmata (Acaridae) and their
control were given. However, the natural enemies (hastalık etmenleri, predatory mites and
insects) of phytophagous are mentioned. In addition, dispersal of phytophagous mites is taught.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Jeppson, L.R., H.H. Keifer and E.W. Baker, 1975. Mites Injurious to Economic Plants. University of California.
Berkeley, California U.S.A., 614 pp.
2
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
1
Introduction to Acarology
2
Phytophagous mites belongs to Tetranychidae
3
Phytophagous mites belongs to Tenuipalpidae
Practice/Lab/Field
5
Control methods of phytophagous mites belongs to Tetranychidae ve
Tenuipalpidae
Phytophagous mites belongs to Penthaleidae ve Tarsonemidae
6
Phytophagous mites belongs to Eriophyidae (Phyllocoptinae)
7
Phytophagous mites belongs to Eriophyidae (Eriophyinae)
8
Ara Sınav
4
10
Phytophagous mites belongs to Eriophyidae (Cecidophyinae,
Nalepellidae)
Phytophagous mites belongs to Astigmata (Acaridae)
11
The natural enemies (pathogens) of phytophagous mites
9
12
13
The natural enemies (predatory mites and insects) of phytophagous
mites
Dispersal of phytophagous mites
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of Agriculture
Course Title
Insect Population Ecology
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK-613
Spring
Course Prerequisites
Level
Type
Language
Ph.D.
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
0
3
10
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAŞPINAR
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant Protection, AYDIN
Email: [email protected]
General aspects on factors affecting population changes in agricultural area. Distribution,
population growth, population structure and population dynamics and affecting factors in
ecosystems.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Begon, M. And Mortimer, M., 1994. Population Ecology. Blackwell Scientific Publications, London, 220.
Kocataş, A., 1994. Ekoloji ve Çevre Biyolojisi. E.Ü. Fen Fakültesi Ders Kitapları Serisi No: 142.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Introduction: General aspects and terminology
2
Describing populations
3
Models of single species population
4
Age distribution and pest population changes and pest control
5
Intraspesific and interspesific competition
6
Insect migrations
Arasınav
7
8
Life-history strategies
10
- sex ratio and impact on the population
- Genetical diversity and surrouding factors
Parasitism and predation
11
Population regulation
12
Population dynamics of pest and beneficials in plant protection
13
Modelling of population
9
14
Practice/Lab/Field
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Department
Division in the Dept.
Code
Biopesticides
Plant protection
Phytopathology
Term
Level
Type
Language
ZBK-617
I (Fall)
Course Prerequisites
PhD
Elective
None
Turkish
Name of Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course
Objective and brief
Description
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
0
3
10
Prof. Dr. Kemal BENLİOĞLU
Adnan Menderes Ünversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın
Tel: 256 7727023 [email protected]
The objective of the course is to provide students with knowledge of biopesticides used for
commercial purposes in the world. It provides students basic knowledge of pesticides such as:
spectrum of biopesticides, their mechanisms of action, formulations, application techniques,
compatibility with chemical pesticides, applicability to IPM programs, possible effects on
environment and human health and their registration procedures of biopesticides in the world
1
2
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Hall, F. R and Menn J.J. Biopesticides, Humana Press, 1999, ISBN 0-89603-513-8
Burges, H. D. Microbial Control of Pests and Plant Diseases, 1970-1980, Academic Press, ISBN: 0121433609
3
4
http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/biopesticides/ingredients/index.htm
http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/ent/biocontrol/
COURSE CALENDER/SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Projections on opportunuties for biopesticides in crop protection
1
Bacterial insecticides
2
Bacterial fungicides and bactericides
3
Biofungicides
4
Biofungicides
5
Microbial pesticides (protozoa)
6
Viral pesticides
7
8
Quiz
Bioherbicides and entomopathogenic nematodes
9
Botanical pesticides, fermentation-derived insecticides
10
Formulation and delivery systems of biopesticides
11
Human health and environmental risk of biopesticides
12
Registration of biopesticides
13
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on the instructor’s
preference, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a
combination of these.
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURE
Course Title
Behaviour of insects
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
I (Fall)
ZBK 619
Course Prerequisites
Name of Instructors
Instructor Information
Course Objective and
brief Description
Level
Type
Language
PhD
Opt.
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Lecture
3
None
Yrd.Doç.Dr. Mehmet KARAGÖZ
A.D.Ü Ziraat Fakültesi Bitki Koruma Bölümü Güney kampusü AYDIN
[email protected]
Biological and genetical principles of insect behaviour, programs, coordination,
meeting, feeding, chemical commnication, visual communication, mechanical communication,
protection, breeding of insect behaviourBöcek davranışlarının biyolojik ve genetik esasları,
davranışların programlanması ve koordinasyonu, toplanma, yayılış,beslenme, kimyasal
haberleşme, görsel haberleşme, mekaniksel haberleşme, korunma, üreme davranışlarının
esasları
Textbook and Supplementary readings
ATKINS, M.D., 1980. Introduction to Insect Behavior.San Diego State University, New York, USA
BORROR, D.J., D. M. LONG, C.A. TRIPLEHORNT, 1981.Study of Insect, the Ohio State Univ. Press. USA.
DEMİRSOY, A.,1990. Yaşamın Temel Kuralları. Hacettepe Üniversitesi, Biyoloji Bölümü, Ankara.
1
2
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Lecture topics
Week
1
Practice/Lab/
Field
Introduction
Sense organ in insects
2
Sense organ in insects
3
Behaviour of insects.
4
Instinctual and complex behaviour in insects
5
Behaviour periodicity in insects
6
Exam
7
Imhabiting in insects
8
Immigration types of insects
9
Tending activities in insects
10
Communication of insects
11
Communication of insects
12
Alarm and assembly activities and host selection in social insects
13
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Plant resistance to insects
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Plant Protection
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
ZBK
621
I (Fall)
M.Sc.
Opt.
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
0
3
10
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course
Objective and
brief Description
1
2
Asist. Prof. Dr. Cafer TURGUT
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture Dept of Plant Protection Aydin
[email protected]
History and importance of insect resistance in crop plants, mechanism of plant
resistance, and telerance. Biochemical substances in host selection as attractants,
repellents for oviposition and behavioural processes, plant resistance to insect vectors.
Morphological basis of resistance. Ecological resistance. Role of genetic and
environmental factors on stability and expression of resistance. Methods of investigating
pest resistance in crop plants, and needs in host plant resistance studies. Use of
resistant varieties in pest management.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Panda, N., Khush, G.S. (1995): Host plant resistance to insects. Cab International
Michael Smith, C. (1989): Plant resistance to insects.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
1
Introduction
2
Crop plant and insect diversity
3
Secondary plant metabolites for insect resistance
4
Insect-plant selection
5
Mechanism of resistance
6
Factors affecting expression of resistance
7
Screening for insect resistance
8
Exam
9
Plant resistance and insect pest management
10
Genetics of resistance to insects
11
Breeding for resistance to insects
12
Transgenic crops for insect resistance
13
Resistance studies in the world and Turkey
14
Practice/Lab/Field
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURAL
DsRNA Genetic Elements
Department
Plant Pathology
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Term
ZBK 623
Fall
Course Prerequisites
Name of Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
5
Code
Type
Language
PhD
Optinal
Turkish
Lecture
3
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Prof. Dr. Serap AÇIKGÖZ
Adnan Menderes University Agricultural Faculty Plant Protection Department 09100 AYDIN
[email protected]
Current knowledge of dsRNA genetic factors from different biological systems are unified on this course.
The course has cover that the nature, origin and biological roles of double-stranded RNA that are capable of
replication in fungi, plants and animals. It has convey that dsRNA biology could allow us to create
solutions for problems ranging from plant disease management. dsRNA are powerful means of modulating
gene expression. Presence of small amounts of dsRNA elicits sequence-specific gene silencing, which may
lead to the development of treatments aimed at silencing harmful genes causing serious diseases in animals
and humans.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Tavantzis S.M. 2002. dsRNA Genetic Elements. CRC Pres, 304 pp
Buck, K.W.1986. Fungal Virology- an overview. CRC Pres. Boca Raton, FL:pp. 1-84
Ghabrial, S.A. 1998. Origin, adaptation and evolutionary pathways of fungal viruses. Virus Genes 16,119-131.
Ghabrial, S.A. and Hillman, B.I. 1999. dsRNA viruses New York: Elsvier
Ghabrial, S.A., 1980 Effects of fungal viruses on their hosts. Annual Rew. Of Phtophology
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
dsRNA genetic factors from different biological systems
2
dsRNA systems from yeast, fungi, plants and animals
3
dsRNA biology,
4
5
6
RNA ınterference
The RNAi revolution, RNAi based methods, RNAi and cosuppression: dsRNA
as an agent of sequence specific genetic silencing in animals and plants
The dsRNA activated protein kinase PKR, RNA silencing
7
Significance of dsRNA genetic elements in plant pathogenic fungi
8
Mycoviruses and mycovirus taxonomy
9
Effect of dsRNA mycoviruses on host phenotypes
10
dsRNA associated with Hypovirulent strains of Cryphonectria parasitica
11
Transmitted diseased state in Ophiostoma ulmi
12
dsRNA viruses of Gaeumannonmyces graminis var. tiritici
13
The viruses of Helminthosporium victorie
Enharced virulence associated with dsRNA
Large dsRNA genetic elements in plants and noval dsRNA associated with the
447 cytoplasmic male sterility in Vicia faba
14
Practice/Lab/Field
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Resistance to insecticides
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Plant Protection
Code
Term
ZBK 625
I (Fall)
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Level
Type
Language
Ph. D
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
0
8
None
Asist. Prof. Dr. Cafer TURGUT
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture Dept of Plant Protection Aydin
History of insecticide resistance, classification and mode of action of insecticides will be
explained. The problem of insecticide resistance and situation of resistance. Resistance occuring
according to insecticide classes and cause of insecticide residues. Basic and practical approach of
insecticide resistance, molecular genetic, population, biology, resistance mechanisms and
resistance problems will be described very details.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Ishaaya, I. (2001): Biochemical sites of insecticide action and resistance. Springer-Verlag
Denholm, I. (1999): Insecticide resistance: from mechanisms to management. Cabi Publishing
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
1
Introduction
2
Classification of insecticides
3
Uptake of insecticide to insects bodies
4
Molecular mechanisms of resistance
5
Screening of resistance I
6
Screening of resistance II
7
Variety of insecticide resistance I (morphological)
8
Exam
9
Variety of insecticide resistance II (physiological)
10
Genetics of insecticide resistance
11
Insecticide resistance and integrated pest management
12
Insecticide resistance in Turkey
13
Control and management of insecticide resistance
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Plant Parasitic Nematodes
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
ZBK-627
Fall
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
Level
Type
Language
Ph.D.
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
2
3
10
Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAŞPINAR
Adnan Menderes University Faculty of Agriculture Department of Plant Protection, AYDIN
Email: [email protected]
Importance of plant parasitic nematodes in plant protection, general information and features of
nematodes, plant parasitic nematodes and their control
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Shurtleff, M. C. and Averre, C. W., 2000. Diagnosing Plant Diseases Caused by Nematodes. APS Press, 189 pages.
Aytan-Ediz, S., 1978. Bitki Paraziti Nematodlar. T.C. Gıda-Tarım ve Hayvancılık Bakanlığı, Zirai Mücadele ve
Zirai Karantina Müdürlüğü. Mesleki Eserler Serisi. No: 37, 143 s.
3
4
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
General information and systematics of nematodes
2
Morphology and anatomy of nematodes
Observation on slides in lab
3
Biological features of nematodes
Field works
4
Natural enemies of nematodes
Observation on slides in lab
5
Relationship between nematodes and soil microorganisms
Field works
Control methods of plant parasitic nematoes
Investigation on solarization in
fields
6
Practice/Lab/Field
Mid-term exam
7
8
Sampling and analysis
Field and lab works
9
Preparation technics
Lab works
Plant parasitic nematodes:
A. Meloidogyne spp., Heterodera spp., Pratylenchus spp.
B. Helicotylenchus spp., Aphelenchus spp., Tylenchulus semipenetrans,
Ditylenchus spp., Anguina spp.
C. Hemicycliophora spp., Tylenchorynchus spp., Dolicodorus spp.,
Belonolaimus spp.
D. Rodopholus spp., Xyphinema spp., Longidorus spp., Trichodorus
spp.
Lab Works on slides
10
11
12
13
14
Lab Works on slides
Lab Works on slides
Lab Works on slides
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Soilborne Phytopathogen Fungi
Plant Protectıon
Phytopathology
Course Title
Department
Division in the Dept.
Code
Term
ZBK Spring
602
Course
Prerequisities
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
Level
Type
Language
Ph.D.
Opt.
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lecture Lab
2
2
Credit
3
ECTS Credit
10
No
Assist. Prof.Dr. Ayhan YILDIZ
[email protected]
Classification of soilborne fungal agents, conditions that effect their growth (plant rhisosphere
population of microbial population, spermosphere, antibiotics, hyperparasites, competition, soil,
air, pH), and host-pathogen interactions will be explained (effect and plant defence mechanisms).
Soilborne fungal diseases and possibilities of control methods will be described.
Textbook and Supplementary Readings
1
2
3
4
Methods for Research Soilborne Pathogenic Fungi,1992
Phytophthora Diseases Worldwide,1996
Principles and Practice of Managing Soilborne Plant Pathogens,1996
Advances in Verticillium Research and Disease Manegement,1997; Fusarium Species An Illustrated Manual for
Identification, 1983
Week
Introduction
1
COURSE CALENDER/SCHEDULE
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
2
The Soilborne Fungal Diseases In Turkey
3
4
Verticillium Diseases
Fusarium Diseases
5
6
7
Mechanisms Of Wilt
Mechanisms Of Wilt
Rhızoctonia spp. and AGs
8
9
Exam
Phytophthora Diseases
10
Colletotrichum Diseases
11
Other Soilborne Fungal Diseases
Isolation Techniques of Soilborne Fungi From
Soil
Characteristics and Structures of Soilborne
Fungi
Identification Techniques of Soilborne Fungi
Isolation Techniques Of Verticillium spp.
From soil
Identification Techniques of Fusarium spp.
Identification Techniques of Fusarium spp.
Identification Techniques of Rhizoctonia spp.
AGs.
Isolation of spores wet and dry sieving
method from soil
Inoculum Production Techniques of Soilborne
Fungi
Inoculation Techniques and Inoculation of
diffrent fungi to the plants
Evaluation of inoculated plant and reisolation.
Evaluation of inoculated plant and reisolation.
Control Methods
12
Control Methods
13
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighed 40% for one quiz and 60% for the final exam. Depending on
instructor’s prefrence, assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay,
projects, group presentation, or a combination of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURE
Plant Disease Resistance
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK-604
Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
1
2
3
4
Level
Type
Language
PhD
Opt.
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Lecture
3
None
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Ömer Erincik
Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 AYDIN
[email protected]
Plant disease resistance and its importance in plant disease management will be explained to the
students. The types of plant disease resistance and plant and host interactions in mechanisms of
plant disease resistance will be covered in details. Plant disease resistance genes and their
structures and funtions will be studied by giving examples on different plant-host interactions.
Techniques of developing disease resistant plants and varieties and use of disease resistant
varieties in agriculture will be taught the students .
Textbook and Supplementary readings
FRASER, R.S.S. Mechanisms of resistance to plant diseases. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston and
London. 1985
VAN DER PLANK, J.E. Disease resistance in plants. Academic Press, New York, London. 1968.
Hammond-Kosack .K. E. and Jones, J. D. G. 1997. Plant Disease Resistance Genes. Annu. Rev.PlantPhysiol.
PlantMol. Biol. 1997. 48:575–607
Leong S. A., Allen, C., and Triplett, E. W. Biology of Plant-Microbe Interactions Vol.3
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/L
ab/Field
Introduction to plant disease resistance; plant and host interactions; types of plant disease
resistance
Genetics of plant disease resistance; gene for gene theory; (avr genes, resistant genes, vertical
2
resistance, horizontal resistance)
Disease resistance genes, structure and functions I
3
Disease resistance genes, structure and functions II
4
Disease resistance genes, structure and functions III
5
Disease resistance genes, structure and functions IV
6
Methods for developing of disease resistance plants
7
8
Midterm
Breeding for plant disease resistance
9
Gene transformation for disease resistance
10
Breaking of plant disease resistance, new races of pathogens
11
Systemic acquired resistance (SAR); Induced systemic resistance (ISR)
12
Use of plant disease resistance in plant disease management
13
14
Final exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
1
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Course Title
Mite Taxonomy
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Entomology
Code
Term
Level
ZBK-606 I (Spring)
Ph.D.
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course
Objective and
brief
Description
1
2
3
Type
Language
Obligatory
None
Turkish
Lecture
2
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ETSC Credit
2
3
8
Assoc. Prof.Dr. İbrahim ÇAKMAK
Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın
Tel: 256 772 70 24 [email protected]
Some important species of families in the subclass Acari and their general taxonomical
features and the identification characteristics will be mentioned.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
Jeppson, L.R., H.H. Keifer and E.W. Baker, 1975. Mites Injurious to Economic Plants. University of
California. Berkeley, California U.S.A., 614 pp.
Krantz, G.W. 1978. A Manual Acarology. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon 509p.
Krantz, G.W. & Walter, D.E. 2009. A Manual of Acarology, 3rd edn. Texas Tech University Press,
Lubbock, TX.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
Introduction to Acarology
Discrimination features of the subclass Acari in the class of Arachnida
and classification of order and superorder in the subclass Acari
General taxonomic characteristics of orders in the superorder
Parasitiformes
Taxonomical features of order Mesostigmata
Taxonomical features and the identification characteristics in the Cohort
Gamasina
Taxonomical features and the identification characteristics in the
superfamilies Ascoidea and Dermanyssoidea
Taxonomical features and the identification characteristics in the
superfamily Phytoseioidea
midterm exam
General taxonomic characteristics of orders in the superorder
Acariformes
Taxonomical features of the important superfamilies in the order
Trombidiformes
Taxonomical features and the identification characteristics in the Cohort
Raphignathina
Taxonomical features of the important superfamilies in the order
Sarcoptiformes
Taxonomical features and the identification characteristics in the Cohort
Astigmatina
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
ZİRAAT FAKÜLTESİ
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Fungus - Plant Interactions
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK 614 II Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Level
Type
Language
Ph D
Optional
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
Lecture
3
0
3
10
None
Prof. Dr. M. Timur Döken
Address: Adnan Menderes Üniversitesi, Ziraat Fakültesi, Bitki Koruma Bölümü, Güney Kampüsü
09100 AYDIN - TÜRKİYE
Tel: 0 256 772 70 22-23-24 / 1201 e-mail: [email protected] - [email protected]
The course is designed to instruct the interactions between fungi and higher plants which
Course Objective
involved during the occurrence and development of plant diseases. Major themes include the
and brief
mechanisms used by fungi to penetrate and infect plants; effects of infection on plant physiology
Description
and mechanisms employed by plants to respond invasion.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Isaac, S., 1992. Fungal - Plant Interactions. Chapman and Hall, London, New York, Tokyo, Melbourne, Madras,
418 pp.
2 Leong, S. A., C. Allen and E. W. Triplett, 2002. Biology of Plant-Microbe interactions Vol: 3. APS press, 376 pp.
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
Practice/Lab/Field
1
Inital contact between fungus and plant
-
2
Fungal invasion (mechanism of penetration)
-
3
Fungal invasion (host plant colonisation)
-
4
Mechanism of disease resistance (mechanical barriers)
-
5
Mechanism of disease resistance (biochemical resistance mechanisms)
-
6
Effects of fungal invasion (changes in respiration of host plant)
-
7
Effects of fungal invasion (changes in photosynthesis of host plant)
-
8
Mid Term Exam
-
9
10
11
Effects of fungal invasion (changes in water transportation of host
plant)
Effects of fungal invasion (changes in carbohydrate metabolism and
translocation of host plant)
Effects of fungal invasion (changes in nucleic acid and protein
metabolism of host plant)
-
12
Pathogen-induced changes in membrane permeability
-
13
Effects of invasion on plant growth
-
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Biotechnology and Plant Protection
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK-620 II Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Level
Type
Language
PhD
Opt.
Turkish
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
Lecture
3
0
3
10
None
Prof. Dr. Kemal BENLİOĞLU, Prof. Dr. Hüseyin BAŞPINAR, Doç. Dr. M. Nedim DOĞAN
Adnan Menderes Ünversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın Tel: 256 7727023
[email protected]@[email protected]
Course provides information on advances in application of agricultural biotechnology to control
Course Objective
diseases, pests and weeds of important crops. Genes involved in plant protection, commercially
and brief
available transgenic plants in the World, advantages and disadvantages of transgenic crops and
Description
good agricultural practices for genetically modified plants are also mentioned.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Gatehouse, A. M. R., V. A. Hilder and Boulter D. Plant Genetic Manipulation for Crop Protection, C.A.B.
International, 1992. ISBN 0-85198-707-9
2 Babaoğlu, M., E. Gürel, S. Özcan, 2002. Bitki Biyoteknolojisi, Cilt I, Doku Kültürü ve Uygulamaları. Selçuk
Üniversitesi Yayınevi, Konya.
3 Özcan, S., E. Gürel, M. Babaoğlu, 2004. Bitki Biyoteknolojisi, Cilt II, Genetik Mühendisliği ve Uygulamaları.
Selçuk Üniversitesi Yayınevi, Konya.
4 Donald D. Bills, D. D., 2006. Biotechnology and Plant Protection, Shain-Dow Kung Books, ISBN: 9810218338
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
1
Introduction to Agricultural Biotechnology
2
Basic information on molecular techniques and gene transfer
3
Genes involved in plant protection
4
Transgenic microorganisms and agricultural practices
5
Genes for resistance to plant diseases and genetically modified plants
6
Genes for resistance to agricultural pests and genetically modified plants
7
Agricultural practices to control pests and genetically modified plants
8
Quiz
9
Advantages and disadvantages of GMOs resistant to pests
10
General information on herbicides and genes for resistance to herbicides
11
Agricultural practices to control weeds and GMOs
12
Advantages and disadvantages of GMOs resistant to herbicides
13
Regulations on GMOs in Turkey and the world
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Modern Diagnostic Techniques in Phytobacteriology
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
ZBK-622 II Spring
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Level
PhD
Type
Language
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
Lecture
Opt.
Turkish
2
2
To be graduated from Plant Protection Dept.
3
10
Prof. Dr. Kemal BENLİOĞLU
Adnan Menderes Ünversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi 09100 Aydın
Tel: 256 7727023 [email protected]
The course aims at teaching the students to apply serological (double diffusion, ELISA,
Course Objective
immunofluorscens) and molecular (PCR, BioPCR, RepPCR, Realtime PCR) diagnostic
and brief
techniques for detection and identification of phytopathogenic prokaryotes in symptomatic and
Description
symptomless plant propagating material and pure cultures.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Schaad, N. W. J. B. Jones, W. Chun, Laboratory Guide for Identification of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, APS Press,
St. Paul, Minnesota, ISBN-0-89054-263-5
2 Gülmezoğlu E., S. Ergüven, 1994. İmmünoloji, Hacettepe Taş Kitapçılık, Ankara ISBN:975-7731-12-9
3 Maniatis, T. A., E. F. Fritsch, J. Sambrook, 1982. Molecular Cloning: A Laboratory Manual. Cold Spring Harbor
Laboratory, NY.
4 http://www.seedtest.org/en/home.html
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Use of diagnostic and identification tests for
Phytopathogenic prokaryotes
Practice/Lab/Field
Sample preparation
2
Serology
Preparation of reagents for serological
tests
3
Classical serological tests (Double diffusion, slide
agglutination)
Classical serological assays
4
Immunofluorescens
Immunofluorescent staining
5
ELISA
ELISA
6
Immunoelectrophoresis
Immunoelectrophoresis
7
Bacteriophages and diagnostic assays
Bacteriophage assays
8
Quiz
9
Molecular techniques
DNA extraction
10
Polymerase Chain Reaction
PCR assay
11
Rep, PCR, Box-PCR, BioPCR
PCR assay
12
RealTime PCR Bio
PCR assay
13
Advantages and disadvantages of assays and their practial
uses
Evaluation of assays
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRICULTURE
Fungicide Resistance
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Code
Term
Level
ZBK-624 II (Spiring)
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
PhD
Type
Language
Lecture
Opt.
Turkish
2
Fungicides (ZBK-523) should be taken.
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
0
2
8
Prof. Dr. Seher Benlioğlu
Adnan Menderes University, Faculty of Agriculture , Plant Protection Depart., 09100-AYDIN
[email protected]
Course aims to give information on fungicide resistance. Course also contains basic information
Course Objective
on fungicide groups, their mechanism of actions and risk of resistance.Countmeasures for
and brief
avoiding fungicide resistance and effective usage strategies of fungicides are also mentioned by
Description
giving examples in the field of plant protection.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Dekker, J. and S.G. Georgopoulos, 1982. Fungicide resistance in crop protection, Wageningen, 264 p.
2 Dekker, J., L.C. Davidse, A. J. Gielink, J.G. M. van Nistelroy, M. A. de Waard, 1982. Fungicide resistance in crop
protection, Practical course, Wageningen,
3 http://www.pesticides.gov.uk/uploadedfiles
4
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
1
Lecture topics
Chemical control of fungal diseases
2
Socio-economic impact of fungicide resistance
3
Detection of fungicide resistance
4
Mechanism of action of fungicides, cross-resistance
5
Resistance to benzimidazole compounds
6
Resistance to dicarboximide fungicides
7
Resistance to ergosterol- biosynthesis inhibitors
8
Quiz
9
Resistance to ergosterol- biosynthesis inhibitors
10
Resistance to acylalanines
11
Estimation of the fungicide resistance
12
Fungicide resistance and microbial balance
13
Countmeasures for avoiding fungicide resistance
Practice/Lab/Field
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of Agriculture
Plant-Herbicide Interactions
Department
Plant Protection
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology (Weed Science)
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
ZBK-640
II
PhD
Opt.
Turkish
Lecture
3
None
Course Prerequisites
Name of
Instructors
Instructor
Information
Course Objective
and brief
Description
Credit hours/week
Lab
Credit
ECTS Credit
3
0
10
Dr. M. Nedim DOĞAN
ADÜ, Ziraat Fak., Aydin-Turkey, [email protected]
The lecture concerns the physiological processes occurring after herbicide application, mode and
site of action of herbicides, retention, absorption and metabolisation of herbicides, herbicide
selectivity based on herbicide groups.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1
2
3
4
Principles of Weed Science
Weed management
Integrierte Pflanzenschutz
Unkrautbekaempfung
COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
Lecture topics
1
Introduction
2
Techniques of herbicide application
3
Relationhsips between plant morphology and herbicide efficacy
5
Relationships between physichochemichal properties of herbicides and
efficacy
Factors influencig deposition and retention
6
Factors influencing uptake and translocation
7
Factors influencing metabolisation
8
Exam
9
Uptake, translocation and metabolisation of different herbicide groups
10
Uptake, translocation and metabolisation of different herbicide groups
11
Site of herbicide action and selectivity
12
Site of herbicide action and selectivity
13
Site of herbicide action and selectivity
4
Practice/Lab/Field
14
Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference,
assessment may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination
of these.
Course Title
FACULTY of AGRİCULTURAL
Plant Virus Disease Control
Department
Plant Pathology
Division in the Dept.
Phytopathology
Credit hours/week
Code
Term
Level
Type
Language
ZBK 644
II (spring)
PhD
Optional
Turkish
Lecture
Lab
Credit
3
0
3
ECTS Credit
10
Course Prerequisites
Name of Instructors
Instructor Information
Serap AÇIKGÖZ
Adnan Menderes University Agricultural Faculty Plant Protection Department 09100 AYDIN
[email protected]
The lesson has cover that genetically engineered virus resistant plants, besides classical control
methods as a propagation of virus eliminated plant, exclusion of plant viruses, vector control to
prevent of transmission, cross protection and breeding for resistance to plant virus. For this aim that
Course Objective and
biochemistry of resistance to plant viruses and mechanisms of resistance are explained. However
brief Description
coat protein , antisense RNA , replicase mediated resistance, ribozyme mediated resistance, satellite
RNA mediated resistance and gene inactivation and alternative strategies for engineering virus
resistance in plants are expressed.
Textbook and Supplementary readings
1 Hadidi A., Khetarpal R.K. and Koganezawa H., Plant Virus Disease Control APS Pres St. Paul, Minnesota
2 Agrios, G.N. 1990 Plant Diseasea Caused by Viruses ,Chapter fourteen in:Plant Pathology
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COURSE CALANDER / SCHEDULE
Week
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Lecture topics
Economic importance, strategies of control
Quarantine and certification ,exclusion of plant viruses
Biochemistry of resistance to plant viruses
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Virus elimination by meristem tip culture and tip micrografting
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Breeding for resistance to plant viruses
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Control of plant virus disease by cross-protection
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Control of vectors to prevent of transmission
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Advanced Diagnostic tool as an aid to controlling plant virus diseases
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Mechanisms of resistance to plant viruses
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Coat protein and replicase mediated resistance to plant viruses
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Antisense RNA and Ribozyme mediated resistance to plant viruses
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Satellite RNA and defective RNA mediated resistance to plant viruses
Practice/Lab/Field
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Movement protein mediated resistance to plant virus
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Alternative strategies for engineering virus resistance in plants
(Gene silencing, host resistance gene, antibody mediated to resistance plant virus)
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Final Exam
Course assessment will be weighted 40 % for one quiz and 60 % for the final exam. Depending on instructor’s preference, assessment
may be by written or/and oral examination, homework, lab assay, projects, group presentation, or a combination of these.
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