Yıl 2018, Cilt 6, Sayı 1, Sayfalar 108 - 122 2018-01-31

Bakterilerde Yaşam Stratejisi Olarak Canlı Fakat Kültürü Yapılamayan Durum ve Önemi

Cihan Darcan [1]

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Bu çalışmada farklılaşma özelliği olmayan (spor yada kist oluşturamayan) bakterilerin stres koşulları altında yaşamlarını devam ettirebilmek amacı ile oluşturdukları bir yaşam stratejisi olan dormansi durumu incelenmiştir. Canlı Fakat Kültürü Yapılamayan Durum (VBNC) hipotezi metabolik olarak aktif fakat bilinen laboratuar metodları ile kültüre edilemeyen bakteriyal hücrelerin girmiş olduğu bir bölünememe durumunu tanımlamaktadır. Bu durum nedeni ile doğal ortamlardan bakterilerin izolasyonları ve sayımlarının yapılmasında büyük problemler vardır. Ayrıca henüz bütün bakterilere ve bütün şartlarda uygulanabilecek geleneksel bir metod geliştirilememiştir. İnsan sağlığı açısından oldukça önemli olan bu durumun çözülmesi gerekmektedir. Fakat VBNC’nin henüz genetik mekanizması bilinmemektedir.


Dormansi, Aktif fakat kültürü yapılamayan(VBNC), Stres
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Yazar: Cihan Darcan
Kurum: BİLECİK ŞEYH EDEBALİ ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Ülke: Turkey


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APA Darcan, C . (2018). Bakterilerde Yaşam Stratejisi Olarak Canlı Fakat Kültürü Yapılamayan Durum ve Önemi. Düzce Üniversitesi Bilim ve Teknoloji Dergisi, 6 (1), 108-122. DOI: 10.29130/dubited.347176
MLA Darcan, C . "Bakterilerde Yaşam Stratejisi Olarak Canlı Fakat Kültürü Yapılamayan Durum ve Önemi". Düzce Üniversitesi Bilim ve Teknoloji Dergisi 6 (2018): 108-122 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/dubited/issue/34777/347176>
Chicago Darcan, C . "Bakterilerde Yaşam Stratejisi Olarak Canlı Fakat Kültürü Yapılamayan Durum ve Önemi". Düzce Üniversitesi Bilim ve Teknoloji Dergisi 6 (2018): 108-122
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