Dr. Veli  Uygur
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Dr. Veli Uygur

Associate Professor
Mustafa Kemal University, Turkey


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences from Newcastle University, UK

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Soil Science
62%
Soil Chemistry
90%
Heavy Metal
75%
Phytoremediation
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
0
Chapters
0
Articles
74
Abstracts
0

Selected Publications

  1. Yetisir, H. and V. Uygur, 2010. Responses of grafted watermelon onto different gourd species to salinity stress. J. Plant Nutr., 33: 315-327.
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  2. Uygur, V., A. Irvem, S. Karanlik and R. Akis, 2010. Mapping of total nitrogen, available phosphorous and potassium in Amik Plain, Turkey. Environ. Earth Sci., 59: 1129-1138.
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  3. Toplu, C., V. Uygur, M. Kaplankiran, T.H. Demirkeser and E. Yildiz, 2010. Leaf mineral composition of `Nova`, `Robinson` and `Fremont` mandarin cultivars on different rootstocks. J. Plant Nutr., 33: 602-612.
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  4. Yetisir, H. and V. Uygur, 2009. Plant growth and mineral element content of different gourd species and watermelon under salinity stress. Turk. J. Agric. For., 33: 65-77.
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  5. Uygur, V., 2009. Phosphate sorption in calcareous soils: The role of ıron oxide and carbonates. Asian J. Chem., 21: 3001-3009.
  6. Uygur, V. and I. Karabatak, 2009. The effect of organic amendments on mineral phosphate fractions in calcareous soils. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci., 172: 336-345.
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  7. Uygur, V. and H. Yetisir, 2009. Effects of rootstocks on some growth parameters, phosphorous and nitrogen uptake watermelon under salt stress. J. Plant Nutr., 32: 629-643.
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  8. Uremis, I., M. Arslan, M.K. Sangun, V. Uygur and N. Isler, 2009. Allelopathic potential of rapeseed cultivars on germination and seedling growth of weeds. Asian J. Chem., 21: 2170-2184.
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  9. Toplu, C., V. Uygur and E. Yildiz, 2009. Leaf mineral composition of olive varieties and their relation to yield and adaptation ability. J. Plant Nutr., 32: 1560-1573.
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  10. Bilgili, A.V., V. Uygur, S. Karaca, O. Dengiz and S. Aydemir, 2008. Phosphorous sorption in some great soil groups of semi-arid region of Turkey. Int. J. Soil Sci., 3: 75-82.
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  11. Aydin, M., T. Yano, F. Evrendilek and V. Uygur, 2008. Implications of climate change for evaporation from bare soils in a Mediterranean environment. Environ. Monitoring Assess., 140: 123-130.
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  12. Irvem, A., F. Topaloglu and V. Uygur, 2007. Estimating spatial distribution of soil loss over Seyhan River Basin in Turkey. J. Hydrol., 336: 30-37.
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  13. Uygur, V. and Y. Halit, 2006. Phosphorous uptake of gourds species and watermelon under different salt stress. J. Agron., 5: 466-470.
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  14. Kara, E.E., V. Uygur and A. Erel, 2006. The effects of composted poultry wastes on nitrogen mineralization and biological activity in a silt loam soil. J. Applied Sci., 6: 2476-2480.
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  15. Aydin, M. and V. Uygur, 2006. A model for estimating soil water potential of bare fields. Proceeding of International Soil Congress on Soils Sustaining Life on Earth Managing Soil and Technology, May 22-26, Harran University and Soil Science Society of Turkey, Şanlıurfa, Turkey, pp: 477-480.
  16. Kara, E.E., M. Arli and V. Uygur, 2004. Effects of the herbicide Topogard on soil respiration, nitrification and denitrification in potato-cultivated soils differing in pH. Biol. Fert. Soils, 39: 474-478.
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  17. Uygur, V. and D.L. Rimmer, 2000. Reactions of zinc with iron-oxide coated calcite surfaces at alkaline pH. Eur. J. Soil Sci., 51: 511-516.
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