Dr. Fatih   Deniz

Dr. Fatih Deniz

Associate Professor
Harran University, Turkey


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University, Turkey

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Biography

Dr. Fatih Deniz is currently working as Teacher at Kanuni Sultan Suleyman Technical and Industrial Vocational High School, Gaziantep, Turkey. He has completed his Ph.D. in Biology from Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University, Turkey. Previously he was appointed as Research Assistant at Biology Department, Faculty of Arts and Science, Gaziantep University, Gaziantep, Turkey. His area of research interest focuses on Water Pollution, Environmental Biotechnology, Plant Biotechnology, and Plant Physiology. He is member of Water Foundation, Turkish National Committee on Water Pollution Research and Control (SKATMK), Turkish Foundation for Combating Soil Erosion, for Reforestation and the Protection of Natural Habitats (TEMA), and Biologists Association. He is also serving as referee for number of journals such as Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, Chemosphere, Separation Science and Technology, Cellulose, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering C, Desalination and Water Treatment, Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, and Industrial Crops and Products. Dr. Fatih received honors includes International Scientific Publication Awards from Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, Achievement Certificate for Outstanding Effort and Success at the Work, and University Term First Award from Gaziantep University. He has published 14 research articles in journals as well as 11 presentations in national and international meetings, and 4 other publications contributed as author/co-author. He is member of editorial board in Journal of Coastal Life Medicine.

Area of Interest:

Environmental Sciences
100%
Environmental Biotechnology
62%
Plant Physiology
90%
Water Pollution
75%
Plant Biotechnology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Deniz, F. and E.T. Ersanli, 2018. Application of a novel phyco-composite biosorbent for the biotreatment of aqueous medium polluted with manganese ions. Int. J. Phytoremediat., 20: 138-144.
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  2. Deniz, F. and E.T. Ersanli, 2018. An ecofriendly approach for bioremediation of contaminated water environment: Potential contribution of a coastal seaweed community to environmental improvement. Int. J. Phytoremed., 20: 256-263.
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  3. Deniz, F. and E.T. Ersanli, 2018. A natural macroalgae consortium for biosorption of copper from aqueous solution: Optimization, modeling and design studies. Int. J. Phytoremed., 20: 362-368.
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  4. Deniz, F., 2017. Color Removal from Synthetic Wastewater of Textile Industry by Pine Waste Biomaterial. In: Industrial Processing and Nanotechnology. Science and Engineering, Gurjar, B.R. (Ed.)., Studium Press LLC., USA., pp: 224-242.
  5. Deniz, F., 2017. A novel eco-biosorbent for decontamination of hazardous dye from aqueous medium. J. Polymers Environ., 25: 1242-1250.
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  6. Deniz, F. and R.A. Kepekci, 2017. Exploration of biosorption potential of forest industry by-product for removal of reactive dye from aqueous solution. Fibers Polymers, 18: 278-284.
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  7. Deniz, F. and R.A. Kepekci, 2017. Elimination of a common hazardous dye from aqueous solution by a novel alkaline-treated multi-component biosorbent. Res. Chem. Intermediates, 43: 561-575.
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  8. Deniz, F. and R.A. Kepekci, 2017. Efficiency of modified composite biosorbent for bioremoval of phosphate ions in aqueous area: Process modeling studies. J. Polymers Environ., 25: 649-657.
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  9. Deniz, F. and R.A. Kepekci, 2017. Biosorption of food green 3 by a novel green generation composite biosorbent from aqueous environment. Int. J. Phytoremediation, 19: 579-586.
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  10. Deniz, F. and R.A. Kepekci, 2017. Bioremoval of Malachite green from water sample by forestry waste mixture as potential biosorbent. Microchem. J., 132: 172-178.
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  11. Deniz, F. and R.A. Kepekci, 2017. A promising biosorbent for biosorption of a model hetero-bireactive dye from aqueous medium. Fibers Polymers, 18: 476-482.
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  12. Deniz, F. and E.T. Ersanli, 2017. An ecofriendly approach for bioremediation of contaminated water environment: Potential contribution of a coastal seaweed community to environmental improvement. Int. J. Phytoremediation. 10.1080/15226514.2017.1374335.
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  13. Deniz, F. and A. Karabulut, 2017. Biosorption of heavy metal ions by chemically modified biomass of coastal seaweed community: Studies on phycoremediation system modeling and design. Ecol. Eng., 106: 101-108.
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  14. Deniz, F. and R.A. Kepekci, 2016. Equilibrium and kinetic studies of azo dye molecules biosorption on phycocyanin-extracted residual biomass of microalga Spirulina platensis. Desalination Water Treat., 57: 12257-12263.
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  15. Deniz, F. and R.A. Kepekci, 2016. Dye biosorption onto pistachio by-product: A green environmental engineering approach. J. Mol. Liquids, 219: 194-200.
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  16. Deniz, F. and R.A. Kepekci, 2016. Biosorption of dye from synthetic wastewater using alga enriched in phenolic compounds. Environ. Progr. Sustainable Energy, 35: 737-742.
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  17. Deniz, F. and E.T. Ersanli, 2016. Simultaneous bioremoval of two unsafe dyes from aqueous solution using a novel green composite biosorbent. Microchem. J., 128: 312-319.
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  18. Deniz, F. and E.T. Ersanli, 2016. Removal of colorant from simulated wastewater by phyco-composite material: Equilibrium, kinetic and mechanism studies in a lab-scale application. J. Mol. Liquids, 220: 120-128.
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  19. Deniz, F., 2015. Dye biosorption from water employing chemically modified calabrian pine cone shell as an effective biosorbent. Environ. Progr. Sustainable Energy, 34: 1267-1278.
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  20. Deniz, F. and R.A. Kepekci, 2015. Bioremediation of contaminated water with unnatural dye using blue‐green alga Spirulina platensis. Environ. Progr. Sustainable Energy, 34: 1414-1419.
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  21. Deniz, F., 2014. Potential use of shell biomass (Juglans regia L.) for dye removal: Relationships between kinetic pseudo-second-order model parameters and biosorption efficiency. Desalination Water Treat., 52: 219-226.
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  22. Deniz, F., 2014. Optimization of biosorptive removal of dye from aqueous system by cone shell of Calabrian pine. Sci. World J., Vol. 2014. 10.1155/2014/138986.
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  23. Deniz, F., 2014. Effective removal of maxilon red grl from aqueous solutions by walnut shell: Nonlinear kinetic and equilibrium models. Environ. Progr. Sustain. Energy, 33: 396-401.
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  24. Deniz, F. and S. Karaman, 2014. Dye biosorption/desorption potential of Pinus brutia Ten. (Red pine) cone and leaf biomass. Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam Univ. J. Nat. Sci., 17: 19-25.
  25. Deniz, F., 2013. Optimization of methyl orange bioremoval by Prunus amygdalus L. (almond) shell waste: Taguchi methodology approach and biosorption system design. Desalination Water Treat., 51: 7067-7073.
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  26. Deniz, F., 2013. Optimization of biosorption conditions for color removal by Taguchi DOE methodology. Environ. Progr. Sustain. Energy, 32: 1129-1133.
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  27. Deniz, F., 2013. Dye removal by almond shell residues: Studies on biosorption performance and process design. Mater. Sci. Eng.: C, 33: 2821-2826.
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  28. Deniz, F., 2013. Color removal from aqueous solutions of metal-containing dye using pine cone. Desalination Water Treat., 51: 4573-4581.
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  29. Deniz, F., 2013. Adsorption properties of low-cost biomaterial derived from Prunus amygdalus L. for dye removal from water. Scient. World J. 10.1155/2013/961671.
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  30. Deniz, F., S.D. Saygideger and S. Karaman, 2011. Response to copper and sodium chloride excess in Spirulina sp. (Cyanobacteria). Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 87: 11-15.
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  31. Deniz, F., S. Karaman and S.D. Saygideger, 2011. Biosorption of a model basic dye onto Pinus brutia Ten.: Evaluating of equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic data. Desalination, 270: 199-205.
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  32. Deniz, F. and S.D. Saygideger, 2011. Removal of a hazardous azo dye (Basic Red 46) from aqueous solution by princess tree leaf. Desalination, 268: 6-11.
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  33. Deniz, F. and S. Karaman, 2011. Removal of an azo-metal complex textile dye from colored aqueous solutions using an agro-residue. Microchem. J., 99: 296-302.
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  34. Deniz, F. and S. Karaman, 2011. Removal of Basic Red 46 dye from aqueous solution by pine tree leaves. Chem. Eng. J., 170: 67-74.
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  35. Deniz, F. and S.D. Saygideger, 2010. Investigation of adsorption characteristics of Basic Red 46 onto gypsum: Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies. Desalination, 262: 161-165.
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  36. Deniz, F. and S.D. Saygideger, 2010. Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies of Acid Orange 52 dye biosorption by Paulownia tomentosa Steud. leaf powder as a low-cost natural biosorbent. Bioresour. Technol., 101: 5137-5143.
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