Hi, I am Kubilay Kurtulus Bastas, My LiveDNA is 90.791
 
   
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Dr. Kubilay Kurtulus Bastas
 
Highest Degree: PostDoc. in Molecular Phytopathology from The University of Warwick, UK
 
Institute: Selcuk University, Konya, Turkey
 
Area of Interest: Plant and Soil Sciences
  •   Plant Pathology
  •   Seed Pathology
  •   Molecular Plant Bacteriology
  •   Plant Bacteriology
 
URL: http://livedna.org/90.791
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Bastas, K.K. and H. Saygili, 2008. Fire Blight Disease. In: Plant Bacterial Diseases, Saygili, H., F. Sahin and Y. Aysan (Eds.). Meta Publication, Izmir, pp: 61-70.
2:   Bastas, K.K. and S. Maden, 2001. Seed transmitted bacteria (transmissing and control methods). Selcuk Univ. J. Agric. Fac., 15: 134-144.
3:   Bastas, K.K. and S. Maden, 2004. Control of fire blight (Erwnia amylovora (Burr.) Winslow et al.) by prohexadione-Ca (BAS 125 10 W) ve Benzothiadiazole + Metalaxyl (BION MX 44 WG). Selcuk Univ. J. Agric. Fac., 18: 49-58.
4:   Bastas, K.K. and S. Maden, 2007. Evaluation of host resistance inducers and conventional products for fire blight management in loquat and quince. Phytoprotection, 88: 93-101.
5:   Bastas, K.K., 2008. New strategies for the chemical control of fire blight disease on pears. HortScience, 43: 1161-1161.
6:   Bastas, K.K., 2010. Effects of harpin protein and humic acid on shoot growth and fire blight disease (Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winslow et al.) on pears. Selcuk Univ. J. Agric. Fac., 21: 34-42.
7:   Bastas, K.K., 2010. Epidemiology of Plant Diseases. In: Plant Protection, Guncan, A., O. Alaoglu, N. Boyraz and K.K. Bastas (Eds.). Selcuk University Publication, Konya, Turkey, pp: 76-86.
8:   Bastas, K.K., 2010. Phytopathogenic Bacteria. In: Plant Protection, Guncan, A., O. Alaoglu, N. Boyraz and K.K. Bastas (Eds.). Selcuk University Publication, Konya, Turkey, pp: 42-59.
9:   Bastas, K.K., 2010. Phytopathogenic Viruses. In: Plant Protection, Guncan, A., O. Alaoglu, N. Boyraz and K.K. Bastas (Eds.). Selcuk University Publication, Konya, Turkey, pp: 60-75.
10:   Bastas, K.K., 2010. Symptomatology. In: Plant Protection, Guncan, A., O. Alaoglu, N. Boyraz and K.K. Bastas (Eds.). Selcuk University Publication, Konya, Turkey, pp: 8-14.
11:   Bastas, K.K., A. Akay and S. Maden, 2006. A new approach to fire blight control: Mycorrhiza. Hort. Sci., 41: 1309-1312.
12:   Bastas, K.K., H. Hekimhan, S. Maden and M. Tor, 2009. First report of bacterial stalk and head rot disease caused by Pectobacterium atrosepticum on sunflower in Turkey. Plant Dis., 93: 1352-1357.
13:   Bastas, K.K., N. Boyraz and S. Maden, 2004. Determining of fungal flora on sugar beet seed sown in Turkey. Selcuk Univ. J. Agric. Fac., 18: 87-89.
14:   Boyraz, N. and K.K. Bastas, 2001. A new fungal disease on oaks of Turkey: Oak wilt (Ceratocystis fagacearum (Bretz) Hunt = Chalara quercina) first report. Selcuk Univ. J. Agric. Fac., 15: 147-152.
15:   Boyraz, N. and K.K. Bastas, 2005. Effects of biotic and abiotic situmulants against melon fusarium wilt disease. Selcuk Univ. J. Agric. Fac., 19: 106-112.
16:   Boyraz, N. and K.K. Bastas, 2005. Prevalence of melon wilt disease in konya province and pathogenicities of isolated Fusarium spp. Selcuk Univ. J. Agric, Fac., 19: 100-105.
17:   Boyraz, N., K.K. Bastas, S. Maden and A. Yasar, 2006. Bacterial leaf and peduncle soft rot caused by Pectobacterium carotovorum, on Tulips, in Konya, Turkey. Phytoparasitica, 34: 272-280.
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18:   Boyraz, N., S. Kaymak and K.K. Bastas, 2006. Effects of some plant activators and their combinations with fungicides against apple scab (Venturia inaequalis (CKE) Wint.) disease. Selcuk Univ. J. Agric. Fac., 20: 1-6.
19:   Tor, M., E. HOlub, E. Clewes, B. Kemp, K.K. Bastas, V. Cevik, C. Shen and A.W. Tor, 2006. Receptor-mediated resistance and susceptibility: Looking at both sides of the coin. Biol. Plant-Microbe Interact., 5: 202-207.
20:   Wang, G., U. Ellendorff, B. Kemp, J.W. Mansfield and A. Forsyth et al., 2008. A genome-wide functional investigation into the roles of receptor-like proteins in arabidopsis. Plant Physiol., 147: 503-517.