Cilt 7, Sayı 1, Sayfalar 117 - 125 2017-06-15

Opportunities for Using the Insect Potential in Wetlands of Turkey as an Alternative Protein Source
Türkiye Sulak Alanlarındaki Böcek Potansiyelinden Alternatif Protein Kaynağı Olarak Yararlanma Olanakları

Ümit İNCEKARA [1]

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It is known that insects are used as a protein source in a widespread manner all around the world. In this study, it is emphasized that Turkey, just like many other countries, can fulfill its protein need significantly using its current potential. The general properties of aquatic insect groups that are still used or have the possibility to be used as protein sources in the world are summarized briefly. That the food policies applied to terrestrial insects are also applied to aquatic insects was provided as a solution proposal in order to benefit from the protein potential in the wetlands of Turkey at a maximum level.

Böceklerin tüm dünyada yaygın bir şekilde protein kaynağı olarak kullanıldıkları bilinmektedir. Bu çalışmada, birçok ülke gibi Türkiye’nin de sulak alanlarındaki mevcut potansiyeli ile protein ihtiyacını önemli ölçüde giderebileceğine dikkat çekilmiştir. Halen dünya genelinde protein kaynağı olarak kullanılan ya da kullanma olanağı bulunan sucul böcek gruplarının genel özellikleri kısaca özetlenmiştir. Türkiye sulak alanlarındaki protein potansiyelinden en üst seviyede yararlanabilmek için, karasal böceklere uygulanan gıda politikalarının benzerlerinin sucul böceklere de uygulanması çözüm önerisi olarak sunulmuştur.

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Yazar: Ümit İNCEKARA
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APA İNCEKARA, Ü . (2017). Opportunities for Using the Insect Potential in Wetlands of Turkey as an Alternative Protein Source. Karadeniz Fen Bilimleri Dergisi, 7 (1), 117-125. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/kfbd/issue/28072/321770
MLA İNCEKARA, Ü . "Opportunities for Using the Insect Potential in Wetlands of Turkey as an Alternative Protein Source". Karadeniz Fen Bilimleri Dergisi 7 (2017): 117-125 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/kfbd/issue/28072/321770>
Chicago İNCEKARA, Ü . "Opportunities for Using the Insect Potential in Wetlands of Turkey as an Alternative Protein Source". Karadeniz Fen Bilimleri Dergisi 7 (2017): 117-125
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