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    • The role of free radicals in ethiopathogenesis of diseases 

      Gürkan, Hakan (İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, 2008)
      Free radicals can be defined as atoms or molecules containing one or more unpaired electrons in their orbitals. Their formation occurs continuously in the cells as a consequence of both enzymatic and nonenzymatic reactions. ...
    • Therapeutical potential of mitochondrial reactive oxygen species in carcinogenesis 

      Arısan, Elif Damla; Palavan-Ünsal, Narçin (İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, 2009)
      Mitochondria is a gatekeeper of cell death with dual function in survival and death decision. Mitochondria is also an important center for reactive oxgen species (ROS) production within most mammalian cells. The bulk ...
    • To chemotaxonomy of willow species 

      Kefeli, Valentine; Lininger, Chris; Shultz, Ratty (İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, 2007-09)
      Willows could be good objects for water cleaning and landscape rehabilitation. Their reaction on auxin and phenolic quality could be used as chemo-taxonomic factors. In comparison with morphological properties they ...
    • Willow: Leaves, wood and bark: Problems of growth and differentation 

      Kefeli, V.; Leininger, C.; Rehn, B.; Shwarz, K. (İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, 2008)
      The growth of woody plants as perennial organisms is based on the long lasting process of organs elongation and differentiation. This process proceeds on rhythmic activity of plant meristems and cambium formation. The ...
    • Wood-bark-cambium relations during willow cloning and the mechanism of rooting in Salix discolor 

      Kefeli, Valentine; Leininger, Christopher; Mastalski, Shari; Rehn, Beth (İstanbul Kültür Üniversitesi, 2008)
      The process of pussy willow (Salix discolor) propagation, or cloning, is an important biological process , which allows the increase of the amount of plant lets with the properties of the mother plants. Pussy willow ...