Kuzgunbay B. | Yaycioglu O. | Soyupak B. | Kayis A.A. | Ayan S. | Yavascaoglu I. | Cal C.
Makale | 2013 | Urologic Oncology: Seminars and Original Investigations31 ( 3 ) , pp.386 - 391
Background: Testicular self-examination is the easiest and cheapest way to scan testicular cancer. However, the public awareness about testicular self-examination is very low. We aimed to investigate the public awareness of Turkish people about testicular cancer and testicular self-examination. Methods: We performed a survey consisting of 10 questions concerning testicular cancer and testicular self-examination in 799 students in the first year of 12 different medical schools. Aiming for a common method of data collection, the questionnaires were administered to the students during a class just before the lesson started. The whole d . . .ata from all of the centers were pooled in a common data-base file. Results: Eighty-nine (11.1%) of the participants reported that they had knowledge about testicular cancer, but only 11 (1.4%) of them answered all the questions about testicular cancer correctly. Eight (1%) of the participants reported that they had been performing testicular self-examination routinely once a month. Four (0.5%) of them were both well informed about testicular cancer and had been performing testicular self-examination once a month as suggested. Conclusion: The present study showed that awareness on testicular cancer and testicular self-examination is very low and suggests a need for efforts in Turkey to increase public awareness and education. © 2013 Elsevier Inc Daha fazlası Daha az
Sahin, I. | Billur, A. A. | Inan, S. C. | Sahin, B. | Koksal, M. | Tektas, P. | Alici, E.
Makale | 2013 | PHYSICAL REVIEW D88 ( 9 ) , pp.386 - 391
We have examined TeV scale effects of extra spatial dimensions through the processes gamma q -> gamma q, where q = u, d, c, s, b, (u) over bar, (d) over bar, (c) over bar, (s) over bar, (b) over bar. These processes have been treated in a photon-proton collision via the main reaction pp -> p gamma p -> p gamma qX at the LHC. We have employed the equivalent photon approximation for incoming photon beams and performed statistical analysis for various forward detector acceptances.
Ozakbas, S. | Cinar, B. Piri | Babayev, C.
Konferans nesnesi | 2018 | MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS JOURNAL24 , pp.895 - 896
34th Congress of the European-Committee-for-Treatment-and-Research-in-Multiple-Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) -- OCT 10-12, 2018 -- Berlin, GERMANY WOS: 000446861402287
Eker C. | İnce M.
Makale | 2018 | Universal Journal of Educational Research6 ( 7 ) , pp.1486 - 1496
The purpose of this study is to identify the usage status of self-regulation strategies at Science and Art Centers (BİLSEMs) that provide the gifted students with education in Turkey. This research was designed within qualitative study and survey model was used. It was conducted with 24 teachers at Science and Art Centers each in the Western Black Sea, Marmara and Aegean regions in Turkey. The teacher interview form designed by the researchers was used as the data collection instrument. Descriptive analysis and content analysis methods were used for analyzing the data. It was concluded in the research that the teachers do not find t . . .hemselves competent about self-regulation strategies. The most observed self-regulation deficiencies among BİLSEM students are deficiencies of motivation and meta-cognitive strategies. The teachers think that BİLSEM curricula do not aim to bring self-regulation skills to students. It was determined that the activities performed by teachers in BİLSEM curricula (Adaptation, Supportive Education, Realizing Individual Abilities, Improving Special Skills, and Project) are rather for actualizing motivation, meta-cognitive and cognitive strategies. © 2018 by authors, all rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az
Akperov, Mir Hasan | Atalay, Turgay | Taşkın, Halit | Erer, A. Mustafa
Makale | 1998 | Turkish Journal of Physics22 ( 4 ) , pp.325 - 331
Ozkaya, M. T. | Azimi, M. | Colgecen, H. | Buyukkartal, H. N.
Konferans nesnesi | 2018 | VIII INTERNATIONAL OLIVE SYMPOSIUM1199 , pp.81 - 85
Olive 'Gemlik' has been planted in different ecological zones in Turkey; growers have begun to focus on some problems of yield and quality, and they would like to use grafting (top-working) with local cultivars. Although there is no problem of grafting compatibility between cultivars according to the literature, it has proved very difficult to give advice to growers for top-working because problems have been encountered when grafted local cultivars onto 'Gemlik' rootstock. The plant material used in this study consisted of cultivars 'Ayvalik', 'Domat', 'Gemlik', 'Memecik', 'Nizip Yaglik' and 'Sari Ulak'. These cultivars were grafted . . . (T-budding) onto 1-year-old 'Gemlik' rootstock propagated by cuttings. According to the results of phenolic compound variance analysis, high levels of 4-hydroxyphenylacetic acid, vanillic acid and ferulic acid content were determined in 'Ayvalik', 'Nizip Yaglik' and 'Domat'. As a result, we showed that, during recovery of the graft zone, development of new cambium tissues, vascular connections and sclerenchyma tissues occurred imperfectly in 'Ayvalik', 'Domat' and 'Nizip Yaglik' when grafted onto 'Gemlik' rootstocks. For this reason, the graft zones of these combinations were weak Daha fazlası Daha az
Mota, Ana Rita | Korhasan, Nilufer Didis | Miller, Kelly | Mazur, Eric
Makale | 2019 | PHYSICAL REVIEW PHYSICS EDUCATION RESEARCH15 ( 1 ) , pp.81 - 85
A considerable body of research shows that individuals who demonstrate a wide variety of metacognitive skills perform better on scientific problem solving. We developed a way of implementing homework in an undergraduate physics course to promote metacognitive skills. This novel homework design includes both an individual and a team phase and was implemented in a team-based learning environment. We developed a coding table to conduct both qualitative and quantitative analyses of students' expressions of metacognitive thinking. Results indicate that students' expressions of metacognitive thinking improved during the term. Data also sh . . .ow that team discussion helps improve metacognitive skills Daha fazlası Daha az
Ceyhan, T. | Basaran, M. | Duru, N. K. | Goktolga, U. | Yilmaz, A. | Korkmaz, C. | Baser, I.
Konferans nesnesi | 2007 | HUMAN REPRODUCTION22 , pp.81 - 85
23rd Annual Meeting of the European-Society-of-Human-Reproduction-and-Embryology -- JUL 01-04, 2007 -- Lyon, FRANCE WOS: 000255322200307
Makale | 2018 | TARIH KULTUR VE SANAT ARASTIRMALARI DERGISI-JOURNAL OF HISTORY CULTURE AND ART RESEARCH7 ( 5 ) , pp.524 - 543
Makale | 2018 | CUMHURIYET ILAHIYAT DERGISI-CUMHURIYET THEOLOGY JOURNAL22 ( 3 ) , pp.1563 - 1578
Makale | 2019 | BELLETEN83 ( 297 ) , pp.1563 - 1578
Treaty of Kucuk Kaynarca was one that changed all balances for the benefit of Russia and paved the way for the accretion of Crimean Dynasty. In addition, this treaty was qualified enough to be able to rise the influence of Russia in Wallachia and Moldavia. After the implementation of treaty, Russia and the Ottoman Empire began to struggle for power over Crimea and then,regions of Wallachia and Moldavia. By having annexed Crimea in 1783, Russia removed the most important obstacle for expansion towards the Black Sea and the Balkans. The regions of Wallachia and Moldavia became more important for two empires afterwards. While Russia wa . . .s trying to increase its influence by assigning a consul in the region, the Ottoman Empire, being unable to prevent it meantime, tried to disallow the decrease of its power over region by closely following the activities of Principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia, and Russian Consulate. However, the activities of Russian Consulate there and the precedence of Russia in wars held between two empires gradually led the increase of Russian influence over the regions of Wallachia and Moldavia Daha fazlası Daha az
Baran, Y | Baran, S | Tunali, NK
Makale | 1997 | TURKISH JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY21 ( 2 ) , pp.105 - 110
The syntheses, pK(a) and spectrospcopic characterization of [Fe(CN)(5)(H2O)](-3) and [Ru(CN)(5)(H2O)](-3) complexes of alanine(Ala), glycine(Gly), valine(Val), lysine(lys), arginine(Arg) and cysteine(Cys) complexes were investigated in aqueous solution. The spectra of the complexes containing amino acid ligands were similar to that of [Fe(CN)(5)(NH3)](-3). The pK(a) values of the complexes were measured by spectrophotometric titration at 22 degrees C and mu = 0.100 M(NaClO4).