Dilek YALÇIN DUYGU
(Gazi University, Faculty of Education, Department of Biology Education, Ankara-Turkey)
Abel Udo UDOH
(Gazi University, Faculty of Education, Department of Biology Education, Ankara-Turkey)
TÜLAY ÖZER
(Ahi Evran University, Faculty of Science and Arts, Department of Biology, Kırşehir-Turkey.)
İlkay A ERKAYA
(Ahi Evran University, Faculty of Architecture and Engineering, Department of Environmental Engineering, Kırşehir-Turkey.)
Yıl: 2017Cilt: 13Sayı: 1ISSN: 1300-4891 / 1308-7517Sayfa Aralığı: 80 - 87Türkçe

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The Characteristics and Importance of Microalgae Culture Collections
Kültür Koleksiyonları, ister kamu ister özel sektör tarafından yürütülmüş olsun, bilimsel çalışmalar, biyoteknoloji ve biyo-endüstrinin ihtiyaçlarının karşılanması için önem taşımaktadır. Aynı zamanda, kültür koleksiyonları biyolojik çeşitlilik ve ülkelerin doğal kaynaklarının korunması için bir merkez oluşturmaktadırlar. Biyolojik Kaynak Merkezleri (BRC) canlı kaynaklar için depolama sağlamakta, örnek temin etmekte ve kamu yararına gerekli bilgileri tedarik etmektedirler. Kültür koleksiyonları planlanırken, kültür türleri, miktarı ve koruma yönteminin göz önüne alınması gerekmektedir. Kültür korunmasına yönelik olarak pek çok metot uygulanmakla birlikte, mikroalg kültür koleksiyonlarında en yaygın uygulanan liyofilizasyon ve dondurarak saklama metotlarıdır. World Federation of Culture Collection (WFCC) tarafından, kültür koleksiyonlarının sahip olması gereken tüm kriterler, protokoller, çeşitli merkezlerle işbirliği ile yasal ve kalite kontrol prosedürleri tanımlanmıştır. Bu derleme çalışması mikroalglerin ekosistemdeki yerleri, insan yaşamı ve faaliyetleri için biyolojik kaynaklar olarak korunması ve kültür koleksiyonlarının oluşturulması ile ilgili olarak genel bir bakış sunmaktadır
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