POSTER PRESENTATIONS
1. Beekeeping Observations In Camaron
A. Kuvancı, F. Konak, Ö. F. Doğan, S.H. Öztürk
2. Remote Monitoring of Bee Colonies in Controlled Bee Wintering Building
A.Zacepins, E.Stalidzans, J.Meitalovs
3. Occupational Health and Safety in Migratory Beekeeping
C. Erkan, T. Aygün
4. Important Plants In Beekeeping
E. Faydaoğlu, M. R. Yücel
5. Organic Beekeeping Potential In Milas District Of Muğla Province
F. Çukur, T. Çukur
6. Herbal Factors Affecting Yield and Quality of Flower Nectar
R. Sıralı, M. Deveci, G. Demirkol
7. Maintaining healthy, strong bee colonies: the SaniBee® concept
H. Hokkanen , I. Menzler-Hokkanen
8. About creation of joint ventures beekeeping industry
D. Leanid
9. Real Time In-Hive Weight Monitoring System
M. Durgun, Ş. Tekin
10. Status Of Beekeeping Practices In Erzurum, Turkey
M. Kara, A. Kara, E. Sezgin, M. Keskin
11. Organic Beekeeping Activities In Turkey
N. Özsoy, M. Dayıoğlu
12. Organic Apiculture And Organic Honey
S. Mutlu, S. Sevin
13. The Important Nectarian And Pollen Sources For Honey Bees (Apis mellifera L.)
Ş. Cınbırtoğlu, M. Deveci, G. Demirkol
14. Beehiveair Inhalation Device
Ing. Togan Ionel
15. Review of beekeeping situation in Belarus in 2014
V. Kamenkov
16. Antimicrobial interaction between plant derived lactic acid bacteria and American foulbrood
disease agent Paenibacillus larvae
E. Köksalan, E. Özköse
17. Evaluation Of Suspicious Bee, Honey And Comb Samples That Analyzed In Pendik
Veterinary Control Institute In Terms Of American Foulbrood
E. Satır, M. E. Malal, A.Ateşoğlu
18. Evaluation of presence of important honey bee diseases and pests and infection rates in
Bingöl Region
A.Gül, M. A. Kutlu
19. Varroosis in Queen Bee Rearing Centers
M. Kurt, S. Kaya
20. Retrospective Review Of Institute Records In Terms Of Varroosis
M. Kurt, S. Kaya, R. Akpınar, H. Kadı, M. Açıcı
21. The Efficiency of Honeybee Quarantine in Preventing the Introduction of Honeybee’s Pests
and Diseases in Sudan
S. O. Omer, M. A. A. El-Niweiri
22. Distribution And Characterizatıon Pathogens Of Nosema ceranae’s Presence, Which is An
Agent Of The Nosemosis (Nosematosis) Disease In Honeybees Colonies In The Different
Region Of Turkey
Ö. Ertürk, N. Yoloğlu, E. Demirkol
23. Detection of Nosema bombi in different Bombus terrestris L. Populations in Turkey
R. İvgin Tunca, O. K. Tekin, K. Soğancı, A. Gösterit
24. The Presence of Nosemosis on HoneyBees in Kastamonu Region
S. Ünal, M. Yaman, G. Mahmutoğlu, M. Karadeniz
25. High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry
(GC/ MS) analysis of some Sudanese propolis (bee glue)
M. S. A. El-Sarrag, A.M. El-Sayed
26. Comparision of Protein Profile of Onobrychıs sp., Melılotus sp. and Cistaceae Taxa
Collected by Honey Bees In The Region of Ardahan
A. Acar, D. Canlı, S. Şahin, K.Sorkun, N. M. Pınar
27. Determination of Pollen Production Potential and Pollen Diversity in the Native Flora of
Isparta
A. Gösterit, H. Gültaş, V. Başkar
28. Chemical Composition, Lipid Peroxidation Inhibition, Anti-Inflammatory And Antidiabetic
Activities Of Moroccan Propolis
Lyoussi Badiaa, Smail Aazza, Vassya S. Bankova, Milena P. Popova, M. G. Miguel
29. Therapeutic Properties Of Propolis
B. Lyoussi
30. Morphologıcal, Organoleptıcal And Starch Analysis of The Pollen Grains Collected In
Ardahan Region By Honey Bees
D. Canlı, K. Sorkun
31. The Antimicrobial Effect Of Honey
S. Sert, M. Gürses, S. Emamzadeh, D. Yılmaz
32. Apitherapy- Apichotherapy
E. Faydaoğlu, M. R. Yücel
33. The Importance of Honey in Health
E. Faydaoğlu, M. R. Yücel
34. Properties of Propolis and Its Traditional Use
E. Faydaoğlu, M. R. Yücel
35. Nutrition And Health Wise The Importance Of Anzer Honey
S. Ötleş, E. Nakilcioğlu
36. Using Turkish Pine Honey for Cryoprodervation of Common Carp (Cyprinus Carpio)
Spermatoz
F. Öğretmen, M. Öztürk, B. E. İnanan, N. Yldırım
37. The Synergetic Effect of Monofloral Honeys and Essencial oil of Eugenia caryophyllata
against Pseudomonas aeruginosa
F. Abdellah, L.Boukraa, S. M. Hammoudi, S. Kolaylı
38. Chestnut Honey Accelerates Healing of Wounds
F. Öztürk, F. İlkaya, K. Efil, H. Yiğit
39. Morphometric Structure and Protein and Mineral Matter Contents of Apricot (Prunus
armeniaca L.) Pollens
G.Akdeniz, M.Kaplan, Ş.Cınbırtoğlu, Ö.Yılmaz
40. Importance of pyrolizidin Alcaloids in terms of Food Safety
G. Ozansoy, Ö. Küplülü
41. Determination of the Traditional Methods Implemented against Bee Sting by the Persons
applied to Ordu – Subaşı Family Health Center
R. Sıralı, H. Gök Uğur, F. Başköy, Ö. Küçüköner, S. Çakır, H. Ese
42. A Study on the Using Traditional Therapy Methods against Bee Sting of the Students at the
Ordu University
R. Sıralı, H. Gök Uğur, H. Ese
43. Examination of Immunostimulants Effects of Propolis will be Transferred the Etlik piliç
Breeders to Chicks
K.Konanç, E.Öztürk
44. Rural Tourism (Apitourism) as a Perspective Direction of Development of Agrarian
Territories
O. Lukotova
45. Quality Of Bee Products, Pollen Analysis And The Environmental Monitoring
O. Lukotova
46. Comparing the antioxidant activity of propolis with vitamin E and a synthetic antioxidant,
BHT
N. Khaleghi Miran, M. A. Karimi Torshizi, S. Rahimi, M. R. Bassami, S. Babaei
47. Comparison the effects of Iranian green propolis with Rosmarinus officinalis, earthworm and
vitamin E on performance and blood parameters in Japanese quail
N. Khaleghi Miran, M. A. Karimi Torshizi, S. Rahimi, M. R. Bassami, S. Babaei
48. Effect of Various Bee Products in Apiterapik Applications
N. Doğan, C. Doğan, H. Türkoğlu, İ. Hayoğlu
49. Antimicrobial Activity of Propolis Collected from Pervari
C. Doğan, N. Doğan, H. Türkoğlu, İ. Hayoğlu
50. Bioavailability of different solvent extracts of propolis
O.Yıldız, Z. Can, H.E.Hotaman, S.Kolaylı
51. The Effect Of Bee Products In Preventıng Amıkacın-Induced Nephropathy
R. Aliyazıcıoğlu, O. Yıldız, S. Mungan, D. Us Altay, C. Kahraman, K. Kaynar, O. E.
Eyüpoğlu
52. The Phenolic Profile And Antıoxıdant Potentıal Of Chestnut Honey
R. Aliyazıcıoğlu, O. Yıldız, O. E. Eyüpoğlu, S. Kolaylı
53. Phenolic Components and Antioxidant Activities of Chestnut Pollen
R. Aliyazıcıoğlu, O. Yıldız, O. E. Eyüpoğlu, S. Yıldırmış
54. Antioxidant Activities of Chestnut Propolis
R. Aliyazıcıoğlu, O. Yıldız, O. E. Eyüpoğlu, S. Kolaylı
55. Effects of propolis, honey, royal jelly and bee pollen on blood parameters of quail (Coturnix
coturnix japonica)
S. Babaei, S. Rahimi, M.A. Karimi Torshizi, S.N. Khaleghi Miran, G.A. Nehzati
56. Traditional Treatment Methods Used in Andromedotoxin Poisoning
H. Gök Uğur, R. Sıralı, S. Aktürk
57. Mad Honey Poisoning in Turkey And Rhododendrons
S. Sevin, E. Baydan
58. The Effects Of Propolis Production Methods, Periods And Honeybee Races On Propolis
Yield
S. Karlıdağ, F. Genç
59. Bee Products And Benefits
S. Öner
60. Protein and Some Mineral Contents of Persimmon (Diospyros lotus L.), Daisy (Bellis
perennis L.) and Walnut tree (Juglans regia L.) pollens
Ş. Cınbırtoğlu, M. Deveci, Ö. Yılmaz
61. Honey And Natural Products Will Erase All Diseases
Z. Vladislav
62. The Role Of Apitherapy in Amanita phalloides intoxication
Y. Numanoğlu Çevik, O. Yıldız, O. Doruk, R. Aliyazıcıoğlu, Ş. Sönmez, S. Kolaylı
63. The Phenolic Profile and Antioxidant Potential of Honey from Azerbaijan
A. Asadov, Z. Can, A. Q. Laghari, M. Kavgacı, H. Hotaman, S. Kolaylı
64. Sugar Analysis With HPLC of Pine Honeys Which are Produced in Muğla Region
A. Özkök, K. Sorkun, B. D’Arcy
65. The Importance of The Plant Flowering Period for Beekeeping: A Case Study from Isparta
Province
A. Gül Sarıkaya, H. Fakir
66. Pine Honey DNA isolation and real time PCR analysis of S35 promoter region: Evaluation
the use of magnetic beads and two different PCR approaches
B.Çöl, E. Dibek, M. Sezer, B. H. Gökçan, R. Karakaya
67. Pollen Analysis of some honey samples collected from Mugla Region
B. Çöl, Ş. Bulama Armutçuoğlu, M. Karaali
68. Detection of Sulfonamide and Tetracycline Antibiotic Residues in Honey from Aegean
Region
S. D. Korkmaz, Ö. Küplülü, E. Akyüz
69. Investigation of honeys in terms of Some Biochemical Properties and Heavy Metals, in Black
Sea Region at Different Altitudes
E. Derebaşı, S. Çankaya, Ö. Yılmaz, F. Güney
70. Characterization Of Some Heather Honey Originated From Muğla Region
Z.Can, F. Yaylacı Karahalil, O. Yldız, H. Şahin, S. Silici, S. Kolaylı
71. Electrical Conductivity, Diastase Number and Mineral Contents of Pine Honey
F. Güney, Ö. Yılmaz, N. Çakıcı, N. Yassıhüyük, T. Demir, M.Yılmaz
72. Possible Effects of Global Warming on Pine Honey Production
G. Akdeniz
73. EA-IRMS and CM-CRDS Technıques Used in The Analysis of C4 Sugar of Honeydew
Honey And Method Validation
İ. Kıvrak, M. Harmandar
74. Chemical and Microscopic Comparison of Pine Tree Honey and Other Honeydew and Flower
Honeys
İ. Coşkun, T. Daştan, U. Alpat, G. Akdoğan
75. Botanical Origin Study and Geographical Marking of Kars Honey
K. Sorkun, Ö.Gençay Çelemli, Ç.Özenirler, N.Ecem Bayram, G. Zare
76. Determınation Chemical Properties of Pine Honey And Floral Honey
N. Çakıcı, N. Yassıhüyük, Ö. Yılmaz, F. Güney, T. Demir, M. Yılmaz
77. Observations on Biology & Bioechology of Marchalina hellenica (Genn.) (Hemiptera:
Margarodidae) in Red Pine Forests of Muğla
S. Şencebe, M. Avcı, H. Koç
78. Determination of Pine Honey Aroma Compounds Using Solvent Assisted Flavor
EvaporationTechnique
M. Canatar, H. Kelebek, S. Selli
79. The History, Mythology And Importance of The Honey
S. Öner
80. Residual Problems And Solutions Ways At Honey
S. Öner
81. The Importance And Affirmative Efects Of Pine Honey On Human Beings
S. Öner
82. Comparison of Chemical Compositions of Chestnut Honey and Mad Honey
Ş. Kıvrak, M. Harmandar
83. A Novel Approach in Determination of Origin and Authencity of Honey: Aromatic Finger
Print
Y. K. Avşar
84. Turkey’s Honey Consumption Habits; The sample of Erzurum Province
D. Kabakçı, A. Dodoloğlu
85. Consumer Preferences
Province
oriented to Bee Products
and Consumption Stiuations in Izmir
F. Baki, G. Saner, D. Güler
86. Sustainable Tourism and Apiculture: The Case of Muğla
I. Arıkan Saltık
87. Evaluation of Leader Beekeeping Project of Aydın Province
M Kösoğlu, G. Saner, B. Yücel, F. Çukur, B. Karaturhan
88. Brand Value Creation Through the Geographic Mark up in Bee Products
O. Yıldız, S. Kolaylı
89. The awareness study on bee products consumption in Kırşehir province
U. Karadavut, R. İvginTunca, A. Taşkın, M. Büyük, T. Çimrin
90. Animal Model Approach – A BLUP- for Genetic Breeding of the Bumblebees
A. N.Özsoy, A. Gösterit , V. Başkar, C. Erkan, S. Aktan
91. Determination of The Effect of Essential Oil Mixture on Physiological and Behaviour
Character of Honey Bee
A. Kuvancı, A. Güler, F.Konak, B. Günbey, V.S. Günbey
92. The Difference in The Western Anatolian Honey Bees: “mtDNA COI-COII Intergenic Region
Sequence Analysis Results”
A. Özkan Koca, İ. Kandemir
93. Preliminary Studies on Application of Clonostachys rosea f. catenulate J1446 by using Apis
mellifera as a Vector for the Control of Grey Mold (Botrytis cinerea) of Strawberry
C. Eken, S.Tuncer, Z. Kadıoğlu, T. Genç
94. Determinig of First Oviposition Process Activity and Ovulating Period of Natural Mating and
Instrumental Inseminating Queen Bees
D.Kabakçı, G. Akdeniz, Ü.Karataş
95. Heritability Changes in Some Morphological Traits of Worker Honeybees from Naturally
Mated Queens
G. Özmen Özbakır, S. Koncagül, Ş. Çadırcı
96. Hygienic Behavior in Honey Bees….428
K. Karabağ, D. Oskay
97. Requirements of Queen Bee Production and Points to Take into Consideration
M. Dayıoğlu, N. Özsoy
98. Basics Of Queen Rearing
Ş. Ö. Uygur, B. Yücel
99. Evaluation of Selection Productivity on Related to Behaviour Characteristics and Productivity
Performance of Honey Bee Populations of Izmir Area
Ş. Ö. Uygur, B. Yücel
100.
The Recent Situation of West Aegean Honeybee Improvement
Ü.Karaca, M. Kösoğlu, İ. Yıldızdal, O. Boran, C. T. Şener, E. Topal
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POSTER PRESENTATIONS 1. Beekeeping Observations In