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SHARIF’S Y SUF AND ZEL H STORY AND CHARACTERISTICS OF ITS LANGUAGES ER F ’N N Y SUF U ZEL H H K YES VE D L ZELL KLER
Zuhal KüLTüRAL
Turkish Studies , 2009,
Abstract: In this article it will be focused on the text and language features of the story of Y suf and Zel ha which was written by Sharif in XVI. century. In our literature this literary work had also been discussed by various authors. Earlier we had specified that we couldn’t find any information about the author Sharif in our book, including the form of transcription and dictionary of text. As a result of the works performed by Sad k Yazar, it was discussed about the possibility of the author being the same person with Sharif writer of Y suf and Zel ha and poet from the XVI. century who wrote evahidü' - üheda (Sharif Mehmed from E irdir). As stated in the mentioned work, be written at the same period and same style so the author of Y suf and Zel ha was thougt most probably to be Sharif Mehmed. The story of Y suf and Zel ha which was written in XVI. century is important for both its subjects and Anatolian Turkish language characteristics of its period. Bu yaz m zda edebiyat m zda e itli yazarlar taraf ndan i lenen Y suf ve Zel ha hikayesi’nin XVI. yüzy lda erif taraf ndan yaz lm metni ve dil zellikleri üzerinde durulacakt r. Daha nce eserin evriyaz ya aktar lm ekli ve metin s zlü ünü ihtiva eden kitab m zda eserin müellifi erif hakk nda bir bilgiye ula amad m z belirtmi tik. Sad k Yazar taraf ndan yap lan al malar sonucunda Y suf ve Zel ha yazan erif ile XVI. as r airlerinden evahidü’ - üheda adl eserin müellifinin ayn ki i olmas (E irdirli er f Mehmed) ihtimali üzerinde durulmu tur. S z konusu al mada belirtildi i üzere, eserlerin ayn d nemde yaz lm olmalar ve üsl bu da dikkate al nd nda Y suf ve Zel ha yazar n n büyük bir ihtimalle erif Mehmed oldu u ortaya konmu olmaktad r. XVI. yüzy lda yaz lm olan erif ’nin Y suf ve Zel ha hikayesi gerek konusu itibariyle gerekse yaz ld d nem Anadolu Türk esi dil zellikleri bak m ndan nemlidir.
The role of Junk DNA  [PDF]
Valentina Agoni
Quantitative Biology , 2014,
Abstract: Many efforts have been done in order to explain the role of junk DNA, but its function remain to be elucidated. In addition the GC-content variations among species still represent an enigma. Both these two misteries can have a common explanation: we hypothesize that the role of junk DNA is to preserve the mutations probability that is intrinsically reduced in GC-poorest genomes.
"Junk" DNA as a genetic decoy  [PDF]
Joao Magueijo
Quantitative Biology , 2003,
Abstract: We propose that the evolutionary purpose of junk DNA is to protect the gene. Mutation agents, such as retro-viruses, hit ``decoy'' DNA most of the time. Although the argument is far from general, we propose that the percentage of junk DNA should correlate with the number of retroviruses attacking a given species. It should also anti-correlate with the ideal mutation rates (higher in insects than in mammals).
Role of the $f_1(1285)$ state in the $J/ψ\to φ\bar{K} K^*$ and $J/ψ\to φf_1(1285)$ decays  [PDF]
Ju-Jun Xie,E. Oset
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: We study the role of the $f_1(1285)$ resonance in the decays of $J/\psi \to \phi \bar{K} K^*$ and $J/\psi \to \phi f_1(1285)$. The theoretical approach is based on the results of chiral unitary theory where the $f_1(1285)$ resonance is dynamically generated from the $K^* \bar{K} - cc$ interaction. In order to further test the dynamical nature of the $f_1(1285)$ state, we investigate the $J/\psi \to \phi \bar{K} K^*$ decay close to the $\bar{K} K^*$ threshold and make predictions for the ratio of the invariant mass distributions of the $J/\psi \to \phi \bar{K} K^*$ decay and the $J/\psi \to \phi f_1(1285)$ partial decay width with all the parameters of the mechanism fixed in previous studies. The results can be tested in future experiments and therefore offer new clues on the nature of the $f_1(1285)$ state.
PHONETIC PROPERTIES OF BELEN DIALECT BELEN A ZININ SES ZELL KLER  [PDF]
Nesrin S?S
Turkish Studies , 2011,
Abstract: The evaluation and compilation studies on Turkish dialects are of importance to deduce the effects of dialects on written language of Turkic Turkish.In this study, phonetic properties of Belen dialect of Hatay province are highlighted. Common and distinctive properties of Belen dialect with other Turkish dialects are determined by verified properties. In this way, it is aimed to contribute to classification studies of Turkish language. Türkiye Türk esi a zlar yla ilgili inceleme ve derleme al malar , a zlar n Türkiye Türk esi yaz dili üzerindeki etkilerini ortaya koyabilmek bak m ndan nem ta maktad r.Bu al mada Hatay iline ba l Belen a z n n ses zellikleri üzerinde durulmu tur. Tespit edilebilen zellikler arac yla Belen a z n n, Türkiye Türk esi a zlar i inde ortak ve ay r c yanlar n belirleyerek, Türk enin a zlar yla ilgili tasnif al malar na bir katk da bulunmak hedeflenmi tir.
SAL HL ’N N (MAN SA) NüFUS ZELL KLER
Ayhan AKI?,Hasan Ozan BA?KAN
Selcuk Universitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitusu Dergisi , 2007,
Abstract: Salihli, the place of area to be examined, belongs to the city Manisa and it is located in theMain Aegean Region of Aegean Region. The research area is located between the Easternlongitudes 28o 10 and 28o 40 and the Northern latitudes 38o 20 and 38o 45 .Main aim of this study is to reveal Salihli’s population changes and population features thatoccurred from the early history to today. Before preparing this study, a literature study was madeon the region. To display the population dynamics in Salihli, a negotiation was held with thepeople who took part in war and migration or with their children. To show the distribution ofpopulation in Salihli, zmir K19, K20 and zmir N19, N20 threaders with the scale 1/100 000 ofGeneral Command of Mapping. Furthermore, a regional study was held to observe thedistribution of the population in the region.
Factors Behind Junk DNA in Bacteria  [PDF]
Rosario Gil,Amparo Latorre
Genes , 2012, DOI: 10.3390/genes3040634
Abstract: Although bacterial genomes have been traditionally viewed as being very compact, with relatively low amounts of repetitive and non-coding DNA, this view has dramatically changed in recent years. The increase of available complete bacterial genomes has revealed that many species present abundant repetitive DNA ( i.e., insertion sequences, prophages or paralogous genes) and that many of these sequences are not functional but can have evolutionary consequences as concerns the adaptation to specialized host-related ecological niches. Comparative genomics analyses with close relatives that live in non-specialized environments reveal the nature and fate of this bacterial junk DNA. In addition, the number of insertion sequences and pseudogenes, as well as the size of the intergenic regions, can be used as markers of the evolutionary stage of a genome.
Search for $f_1(1285) \to π^+π^-π^0$ decay with VES detector  [PDF]
V. Dorofeev,R. Dzheliadin,A. Ekimov,Yu. Gavrilov,Yu. Gouz,A. Ivashin,V. Kabachenko,I. Kachaev,A. Karyukhin,Yu. Khokhlov,V. Konstantinov,M. Makouski,V. Matveev,A. Myagkov,V. Nikolaenko,A. Ostankov,B. Polyakov,D. Ryabchikov,N. Shalanda,M. Soldatov,A. A. Solodkov,A. V. Solodkov,O. Solovianov,A. Zaitsev
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1140/epja/i2008-10664-8
Abstract: The isospin violating decay $f_1(1285)\to\pi^+\pi^-\pi^0$ has been studied at VES facility. This study is based at the statistics acquired in $\pi^- Be$ interactions at 27, 36.6 and 41 GeV/c in diffractive reaction $\pi^- N \to (f_1 \pi^-) N$. The $f_1(1285) \to \pi^+\pi^-\pi^0$ decay is observed. The ratio of decay probabilities $BR(f_1(1285) \to \pi^+\pi^-\pi^0)$ to $BR(f_1(1285) \to \eta \pi^+\pi^-) \cdot BR(\eta \to \gamma\gamma)$ is $\sim\:1.4%$.
Regulatory RNAs and the demise of 'junk' DNA
Frank J Slack
Genome Biology , 2006, DOI: 10.1186/gb-2006-7-9-328
Abstract: A growing body of work suggests that genes for noncoding RNAs make up a substantial class of genes in all organisms, with increasing organismal complexity correlated with an increasing complexity of noncoding RNAs. Many of these noncoding RNAs appear to have regulatory functions and these were the subject of this year's annual Cold Spring Harbor Symposium. Among the most exciting themes of the meeting were the evidence for significant amounts of hitherto undiscovered transcription in genomes and the discovery of novel classes of noncoding RNAs with thousands of members. In this report I review a few of these highlights.The tenets of the 'central dogma' have required revision over the past few decades as biologists have begun to appreciate that RNA performs many functions once thought solely to be the domain of proteins. Apart from its well established roles as messenger, ribosomal component, and transfer RNA, it is now clear that RNA can have a key role in regulating gene expression. Noncoding regulatory RNAs - RNAs that are not translated into protein - include the small nuclear RNAs (snRNAs), the small nucleolar RNAs (snoRNAs), the XIST RNA that mediates mammalian X-chromosome silencing, microRNAs, riboswitches, and the RNA component of the enzyme telomerase. These RNAs direct such diverse processes as gene silencing, transcriptional and translational control, imprinting, and dosage compensation. These discoveries have electrified the biological community as we try to understand the extent of the 'RNA world' and how regulatory RNAs work in controlling gene expression. We are fast learning that large portions of the genome that do not code for proteins are in fact transcribed, and that these regions, previously thought to be 'junk', may be useful after all (Figure 1).Whole-genome tiling microarrays offer a relatively unbiased and sensitive approach to detecting rare transcripts and, along with the sequencing of expressed sequence tags (ESTs), are providing ample ev
f_1(1285) Formation in Two-Photon Collisions at LEP  [PDF]
L3 Collaboration
Statistics , 2001, DOI: 10.1016/S0370-2693(01)01477-0
Abstract: The eta pi^+ pi^- final state in two-photon collisions is studied with the L3 detector at LEP, at centre-of-mass energies from 183 to 209 GeV with an integrated luminosity of 664.6/pb. The f_1(1285) meson is observed and the Q^2 dependence of its production is compared to different form factor models. The gamma-gamma coupling parameter is found to be 3.5 +/- 0.6(stat.) +/- 0.5(sys.) keV. The branching fraction (f_1(1285) -> a_0 pi) / (f_1(1285) -> eta pi pi) is also measured.
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