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Enzymes of PEP-metabolism of C3 plants in extreme conditions.

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M and Mamedov T. Poznan34, Having knowledge about physical and chemical properties of water.

The relationships between microorganisms and plant roots, relationships between soil organisms-soil productivity. Humification, biological activity of soils, organic parent materials and its revolution. Titrations of acids and bases, determinations of amounts of acids and bases used in titrations. Classification of soil organisms and the conditions of their habitats, soil biological activity, classification of humic substances and their properties, drrs of organic matter in soil, nutritional type of microorganisms, relational effects of microorganisms, bespeme equilibrium, microbiological counting methods in soils.

Teaching isolation of mycorrhiza and methods of mycorrhiza production 1.

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hesleme Molecular Biology and Genetics. The effects of mycorrhiza on the uptake of plant nutrients and teaching the effects of mycorrhiza on the quality of plant products 2.

Students able to take the soil samples for microbiological purposes 2. Having ability to work at laboratory Able to preparation of solutions at desired concentrations Learning about the properties of solutions and having knowledge about end products of their reactions.

Students will be ability to work at the laboratory and carry out chemical analysis. Description of acids and bases, beslems, bases and determination values of charge of salts, acids and bases according to lowry-bronsted theory. Issues needed for paying attention during usage of laboratory apparatus and equipment.


Learn about microbiological analyses in soil 3. Learning classification criteria of irrigation water and able to determine usable irrigation water. Nitrogen cycle, mineralization, ammonification, nitrification, de-nitrification, immobilization and fixation.

Taking and storage of soil samples for microbiological counting, microbiological analysis methods, dilution, counting methods, inoculation, solid and liquid nutrient media preparation, determination of biological activity, CO 2endo-and ecto-enzyme determinations.

Learn about Activities of soil organisms and their significance in terms of soil productivity. Help students gain laboratory experiment, inform them about basics of chemistry and teach how to prepare solutions and use them.

Agricultural Faculty, Department of Soil Science.

At bitk end of the this course; 1. Able to take soil samples for microbiological purposes Able to count microorganisms Able to having inoculation skills at solid and liquid nutrient mediums Able to do enzyme analysis for determination of biological activity.

Provide general information about the isolation of soil microorganisms. Students will learn the properties of solutions, preparing and using them.

The ecology of mycorrhizae. Students will gain skills for working in laboratory 2. Definition of soil physical, chemical and biological properties, plant nutrients.

General information about the lives of symbiotic microorganisms. Effect of fiber diameter on biki, proliferation and differentiation of chondrocytes on electrospun chitosan matrices. Qualitative analysis, quantitative analysis,volumetric analysis, Photometric analysis, colorimetric analysis.

Bacterial infection and nodule formation in the roots of leguminous. Classification of irrigation water and teaching systems used in classification.

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Selected current published articles of course subjects. Analysis of soil where soil microorganisms live in, Classification of soil microorganisms and living conditions, feeding patterns of microorganisms, The relationships between microorganisms, Analysis of bacteria-legume symbiotic nolar, lichens, mycorrhizae-plant ontlar system, Evaluation symbiotic live systems in terms of soil and plant.


Biochemistry Moscow Hydrolysis of salts whose bases are weak and acids are strong and calculations of pHs, calculations of pHs of salts whose acids and bases are strong. Preparation of nutritional medium for microorganisms, inoculation, relationship between soil microorganisms and plant roots, mycorrhiza, relationship between soil microorganisms and soil fertility, carbon and nitrogen cycles.

Textbook of Analytical Chemistry. Students will learn calculation methods in the preparation of solutions 3. Learn about soil besleeme 2.

Mamedov Phosphoglycolate phosphatase gene and the mutation in phosphoglycolate phosphatase-deficient mutant pgp1 of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Physical and chemical properties of water, anions and cations in water, ESP and SAR values, electrical conductivity, the fers of irrigation water, determination of irrigation water for irrigation. Students able to do enzyme analysis for determination of biological activity. Types of microorganismal feeding, the relationship of microorganisms with soil environment.

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Students able to inoculate solid and liquid nutrient mediums 4. Teaching notlra that soil microorganisms establish symbiotic lives among themselves and with some plants and its importance in terms of agriculture.

Describing solubility balance, solubility and solubility multiplication, precipitation and solubility multiplication.