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have an antioxidant defense system that will control the levels of ROS and this system; SOD, CAT, GuPX, APX, glutathione reductase (GR).
From the practical point of view, improvement in afforestation performance and possibly adaptation can be achieved in the steppe of Central Anatolia Region holding the potential afforestation areas of Turkey, through the use of reproductive material from POZ and ANA populations, that represent the main distribution of Taurus cedar in the transition zone from Mediterrenean to steppe climate, with higher resistance against water deficiency stress, and NIK as an isolated and marginal population.
As a non-project study, this research was carried out using the facilities of projects no KÜBAP-01/2013-17, 01/2013-59, and 01/2014-21. The seed samples were supplied from General Directorate of Forestry (GDF). We acknowledge the support and contributions of Kastamonu University and GDF. We are also thankful for the supports of my M.Sc. students Asuman TAN and Halit ÇELİKBAª in laboratory studies.
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