Dr. Ugur Cakilcioglu
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Dr. Ugur Cakilcioglu

Associate Professor
Munzur University, Turkey


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Plant and Soil Sciences from Firat University, Turkey

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Plant Biochemistry
62%
Plant Biology
90%
Biotechnology
75%
Ethnobotany
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
2
Chapters
0
Articles
73
Abstracts
53

Selected Publications

  1. Nadiroglu, M., L. Behcet and U. Cakilcioglu, 2019. An ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants in Karliova (Bingol-Turkey). Indian J. Tradit. Knowledge, 18: 76-87.
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  2. Tasar, N., G. Dogan, Y. Kiran, M.O. Rahman and U. Cakilcioglu, 2018. Morphological, anatomical and cytological investigations on three taxa of Centaurea L. (Asteraceae) from Turkey. Bangladesh J. Plant Taxon., 25: 215-226.
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  3. Karakose, M., R. Polat, M.O. Rahman and U. Cakilcioglu, 2018. Traditional honey production and bee flora of Espiye, Turkey. Bangladesh J. Plant Taxonomy, 25: 79-91.
  4. Gunes, S., A. Savran, M.Y. Paksoy and U. Cakilcioglu, 2018. Survey of wild food plants for human consumption in Karaisalı (Adana-Turkey). Indian J. Tradit. Knowledge, 17: 290-298.
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  5. Cakilcioglu, U., E.Y. Babacan and E. Vitek, 2018. Gundelia asperrima (Compositae)-a species endemic in Turkey. Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien Ser. B, 120: 241-245.
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  6. Vitek, E., E. Yuce and U. Cakilcioglu, 2017. Gundelia glabra Miller (Compositae)-an ignored taxon. Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien Ser. B, 119: 235-242.
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  7. Polat, R., U. Cakilcioglu, S. Selvi, Z. Turkmen and A. Kandemir, 2017. The anatomical and micromorphological properties of three endemic and medicinal Salvia species (Lamiaceae) in Erzincan (Turkey). Plant Biosyst.: Int. J. Dealing Aspects Plant Biol., 151: 63-73.
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  8. Polat, R., B. Guner, B.E. Yuce and U. Cakilcioglu, 2017. Survey of wild food plants for human consumption in Bingol (Turkey). Indian J. Tradit. Knowledge, 16: 378-384.
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  9. Paksoy, M.Y., R. Polat and U. Cakilcioglu, 2017. Comparative vegetative anatomy and fruit micromorphology of the genus Kundmannia Scop. and their taxonomical significance. Bangladesh J. Bot., 46: 83-92.
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  10. Gunes, S., A. Savran, M.Y. Paksoy, M. Kosar and U. Cakilcioglu, 2017. Ethnopharmacological survey of medicinal plants in Karaisalı and its surrounding (Adana-Turkey). J. Herbal Med., 8: 68-75.
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  11. Erdogan, T., B. Sumer, O. Ozcinar, U. Cakilcioglu, B. Demirci, K.H.C. Baser and B. Kivcak, 2017. Essential oil composition of three Centaurea species from Turkey: Centaurea aggregata Fisch. & Mey. ex. DC. subsp. aggregata, C. balsamita Lam. and C. behen L. Rec. Nat. Prod., 11: 69-73.
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  12. Demirel, S. and U. Cakilcioglu, 2017. Identification of medical plants in Hittite cuneiform scripts. Belleten, 291: 305-328.
  13. Cakilcioglu, U., M.Y. Paksoy, E.Y. Babacan and R. Polat, 2017. Comparative micromorphology and anatomy of Chrysochamela (Fenzl) Boiss. (Cruciferae) growing in Turkey. Bangladesh J. Bot., 46: 549-558.
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  14. Babacan, E.Y., E. Vitek and U. Cakilcioglu, 2017. Contributions to the flora of Tunceli (Turkey). Int. J. Nat. Life Sci., 1: 39-66.
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  15. Ridvan, P., T. Zafer, H. Sukru, C. Ugur and S. Selami, 2016. Investigation of micromorphological and anatomic characteristics of genus Hypericum L. (Hypericaceae) exhibiting distribution in Giresun/Turkey. Biol. Diversity Conserv., 9: 108-114.
  16. Mukemre, M., L. Behcet and U. Cakilcioglu, 2016. Survey of wild food plants for human consumption in villages of Catak (Van-Turkey). Indian J. Tradit. Knowledge, 15: 183-191.
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  17. Korkmaz, M., S. Karakus, S. Selvi and U. Cakilcioglu, 2016. Traditional knowledge on wild plants in Uzumlu (Erzincan-Turkey). Indian J. Tradit. Knowledge, 15: 538-545.
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  18. Khatun, S., P. Ridvan and C. Ugur, 2016. Hydrolytic Enzyme Activity in Relation to Mycoparasitic Action of Trichoderma Species against Fusarium oxysporum. Pharma. Chem. J., 3: 343-350.
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  19. Hayta, S., N. Tasar, Y. Kiran, U. Cakilcioglu and E. Bagci, 2016. Morphological, karyological and palynological investigation of endemic Centaurea kurdica Reichardt from Turkey. Plant Biosyst.: Int. J. Dealing Aspects Plant Biol., 150: 484-489.
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  20. Akgul, G., N. Yilmaz, A. Celep, F. Celep and U. Cakilcioglu, 2016. Ethnobotanical purposes of plants sold by herbalists and folk bazaars in the center of Cappadocica (Nevsehir, Turkey). Indian J. Tradit. Knowledge, 15: 103-108.
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  21. Ridvan, P., C. Ugur, U.M. Denizhan and P.M. Yavuz, 2015. Survey of wild food plants for human consumption in Elazığ (Turkey) Indian J. Traditional Knowledge, 14: 69-75.
  22. Polat, R., U. Cakilcioglu, M.D. Ulusan, F. Gur and Z. Turkmen, 2015. Investigations of ethnobotanical aspect of wild plants sold in Espiye (Giresun/Turkey) local markets. Biol. Divers. Conserv., 8: 114-119.
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  23. Polat, R., U. Cakilcioglu, K. Kaltalioglu, M.D. Ulusan and Z. Turkmen, 2015. An ethnobotanical study on medicinal plants in Espiye and its surrounding (Giresun-Turkey). J. Ethnopharmacol., 163: 1-11.
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  24. Mukemre, M., L. Behcet and U. Cakilcioglu, 2015. Ethnobotanical study on medicinal plants in villages of Catak (Van-Turkey). J. Ethnopharmacol., 166: 361-374.
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  25. Khatun, S., A. Islam, U. Cakilcioglu, P. Guler and N.C. Chatterjee, 2015. Nutritional qualities and antioxidant activity of three edible oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus spp.). NJAS-Wageningen J. Life Sci., 72-73: 1-5.
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  26. Kaval, I., L. Behcet and U. Cakilcioglu, 2015. Survey of wild food plants for human consumption in Gecitli (Hakkari, Turkey). Indian J. Tradit. Knowledge, 14: 183-190.
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  27. Selvi, S., M.Y. Paksoy, R. Polat and U. Cakilcioglu, 2014. Micromorphological and anatomical characteristics of the genus Chrysophthalmum Schultz Bip. (Asteraceae) growing in Turkey. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. India Sect. B: Biol. Sci., 84: 431-438.
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  28. Kaval, I., L. Behcet and U. Cakilcioglu, 2014. Ethnobotanical study on medicinal plants in Gecitli and its surrounding (Hakkari-Turkey). J. Ethnopharmacol., 155: 171-184.
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  29. Hayta, S., N. Tasar, U. Cakilcioglu and O. Gedik, 2014. Morphological, karyological features and pollen morphology of endemic Ebenus haussknechtii Bornm. ex Hub.-Mor. from Turkey: A traditional medicinal herb. J. Herbal Med., 4: 141-146.
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  30. Erdogan, T., T. Gonenc, U. Cakilcioglu and B. Kivcak, 2014. Fatty acid composition of the aerial parts of some Centaurea species in Elazig, Turkey. Trop. J. Pharmaceut. Res., 13: 613-616.
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  31. Bayirli, M., S. Selvi and U. Cakilcioglu, 2014. Determining different plant leaves fractal dimensions: A new approach to taxonomical study of plants. Bangladesh J. Bot., 43: 267-275.
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  32. Tetik, F., S. Civelek and U. Cakilcioglu, 2013. Traditional uses of some medicinal plants in Malatya (Turkey). J. Ethnopharmacol., 146: 331-346.
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  33. Polat, R., U. Cakilcioglu and F. Satıl, 2013. Traditional uses of medicinal plants in Solhan (Bingol-Turkey). J. Ethnopharmacol., 148: 951-963.
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  34. Khatun, S., A. Islam, P. Guler, U. Cakilcioglu and N.C. Chatterjee, 2013. Hypoglycemic activity of a dietary mushroom Pleurotus florida (Mont.) Singer on alloxan induced diabetic rats. Biol. Diversity Conserv., 6: 91-96.
  35. Zengin, R. And U. Cakılcıoglu, 2012. Fen ve teknoloji laboratuarının mufredat ve bolumler bazında degerlendirilmesi. Ecol. Life Sci., 7: 1-11.
  36. Polat, R., U. Cakılcıoglu, F. Ertug and F. Satıl, 2012. An evaluation of ethnobotanical studies in Eastern Anatolia. Biol. Diversity Conserv., 5: 23-40.
  37. Polat, R., S. Selvi, U. Cakilcioglu and M. Acar, 2012. Investigations of ethnobotanical aspect of wild plants sold in Bingol (Turkey) local markets. Biol. Diversity Conserv., 5: 155-161.
  38. Khatun, S., M. Chakraborty, A. Islam, U. Cakilcioglu and N.C. Chatterjee, 2012. Mycotoxins as health hazard. Biol. Diversity Conserv., 5: 123-133.
  39. Khatun, S., K.U. Parlak, R. Polat and U. Cakilcioglu, 2012. The endemic and rare plants of Maden (Elazig) and their uses in traditional medicine. J. Herbal Med., 2: 68-75.
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  40. Khatun, S., A. Islam, U. Cakilcioglu and N.C. Chatterjee, 2012. Research on mushroom as a potential source of nutraceuticals: A review on Indian perspective. Am. J. Exp. Agric., 2: 47-73.
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  41. Cakilcioglu, U., 2012. An ethnobotanical survey of traditional uses for wild food plants in Elazig (Turkey). Food Sec., .
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  42. Polat, R., F. Satil and U. Cakilcioglu, 2011. Medicinal plants and tehir use properties of sold in herbal market in Bingol (Turkey) district. Biol. Divers. Conserv., 4: 25-35.
  43. Khatun, S., U. Cakilcioglu, M. Chakrabarti, S. Ojha and N.C. Chatterjee, 2011. Biochemical defense against die-back disease of a traditional medicinal plant Mimusops elengi Linn. Eur. J. Med. Plants, 1: 40-49.
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  44. Khatun, S., U. Cakilcioglu and N.C. Chatterjee, 2011. Pharmacognostic value of leaf anatomy and trichome morphology for identification of forskolin in a novel medicinal plant Coleus forskohlii Briq. Biol. Diversity Conserv., 4: 165-171.
  45. Khatun, S., U. Cakılcıoglu and N.C. Chatterjee, 2011. Phytochemical constituents vis-a-vis histochemical localization of forskolin in a medicinal plant Coleus forskohlii Briq. J. Med. Plants Res., 5: 711-718.
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  46. Khatun, S., N.C. Chatterjee and U. Cakilcioglu, 2011. The strategies for production of forskolin vis-a-vis protection against soil borne diseases of the potential herb Coleus forskohlii Briq. Eur. J. Med. Plants, 1: 1-9.
  47. Khatun, S., N.C. Chatterjee and U. Cakilcioglu, 2011. Antioxidant activity of the medicinal plant Coleus forskohlii Briq. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 10: 2530-2535.
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  48. Cakilcioglu, U., S. Khatun, I. Turkoglu and S. Hayta, 2011. Ethnopharmacological survey of medicinal plants in Maden (Elazig-Turkey). J. Ethnopharmacol., 137: 469-486.
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  49. Cakilcioglu, U. and S. Khatun, 2011. Nitrate, moisture and ash contents of edible wild plants. J. Cell Plant Sci., 2: 1-5.
  50. Cakılcıoglu, U. and S. Civelek, 2011. Flora of the region between copper mine and Tekevler village (Maden-Elazıg). Biol. Diversity Conserv., 4: 54-66.
  51. Turkoglu, S., S. Celik, I. Turkoglu, U. Cakılcıoglu and M. Bahsi, 2010. Determination of the antioxidant properties of ethanol and water extracts from different parts of Teucrium parviflorum Schreber. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 9: 6797-6805.
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  52. Cakilcioglu, U. and I. Turkoglu, 2010. An ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants in Sivrice (Elazıg-Turkey). J. Ethnopharmacol., 132: 165-175.
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  53. Cakılcıoglu, U., M.T. Sengun and I. Turkoglu, 2010. An ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants of Yazıkonak and Yurtbasi districts of Elazig province, Turkey. J. Med. Plants Res., 4: 567-572.
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  54. Bagci, E., A. Yazgin, S. Hayta and U. Cakilcioglu, 2010. Composition of the essential oil of Teucrium chamaedrys L. (Lamiaceae) from Turkey. J. Med. Plants Res., 4: 2588-2590.
  55. Cakılcıoglu, U. and I. Turkoglu, 2009. Citli Ovası (Elazıg) ve Cevresinin Etnobotanik Ozellikleri. Ecol. Life Sci., 4: 81-85.
  56. Cakilcioglu, U. and I. Turkoglu, 2008. Plants used for pass kidney stones by the folk in Elazıg. Ot Sistematik Botanik Dergisi, 14: 133-144.
  57. Cakılcıoglu, U., I. Turkoglu and M. Kursat, 2008. Citli Ovası (Elazıg) Florasi. Ecol. Life Sci., 3: 232-249.
  58. Cakilcioglu, U. and S. Civelek, 2007. Some uncommon and endemic plants of Harput (Elazig). Firat Univ. Dogu Anadolu Bolgesi Arastırmalari Dergisi, 5: 49-58.
  59. Cakilcioglu, U. and I. Turkoglu, 2007. Plants and fruits used for cholesterol treatment by the folk in Elazig. Phytologia Balcanica, 13: 239-245.
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