An upper Turkish official, presidential candidate Yasin Aktay said, believes Jamal Khashoggi's body is split up after acid cleavage.
The "only logical conclusion," he said, was that those who killed the Saudi journalist in Istanbul destroyed his body "so that they do not leave any marks."
Khashoggi, a critic of Saudi rulers, was assassinated on October 2 at the consulate of the country.
There is no untruthful evidence that his body has been disbanded.
"The reason to crack Khashoggi's body was to ease his remains more easily," Aktay told Hurriyet Daily.
"Now we can see that not only his body was disintegrated but also evaporated."
The claims came when Khashoggi's bride Hatice Cengiz called on world leaders to "bring the perpetrators to justice" in the editorial section of five newspapers, including the Guardian and the Washington Post.
Meanwhile, reports denounce Saudi crown Mohamed bin Salman telling the US that Khashoggi considers dangerous Islam.
The reported phone call came to the White House before Saudi Arabia admitted that Khashoggi was killed.
Saudi Arabia denied the comments or that the royal family participated in the assassination and claims that it is "determined to know all the facts".
Istanbul prosecutor on Wednesday confirmed that he was strangling the writer.
What was the Crown Prince's alleged phone call?
President Donald Trump, President of Jared Kushner and National Security Adviser to John Bolton, Prince Mohammed said that Khashoggi was a member of the Washington Post brotherhood, a transnational Islamist organization, the Washington Post reports.
The phone call was reported on October 9, one week after Khashoggi disappeared.
Prince Mohammed allegedly urged the White House to preserve the US-Saudi alliance.
In his statement to the newspaper Khashoggi denied that he was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and said that the murdered writer has repeatedly denied this in recent years.
"Jamal Khashoggi was not a dangerous person at all, because otherwise it would be ridiculous," said the statement.
What did the study find so far?
There is still no agreement that Khashoggi died. She entered the consulate to settle her marriage documents.
But Wednesday, Turkey said that after the consulate's enrollment, he was strangled and his body was split up "in accordance with pre-made plans".
Turkish media have previously cited sources in Turkey that sound recordings have been made to prove that Khashoggi was tortured before he was assassinated.
Saudi Arabia has changed the Khashoggi events.
When he first disappeared, he said that Khashoggi was alive out of the building. Later he admitted he was assassinated, asserting that the murder was deliberately considered and the result of a "rogue operation".
He was arrested 18 suspects who claim to be brought to justice in Saudi Arabia. Turkey wants the suspect to be released.
Turkey has abolished Saudi Arabia's public abuses of murder.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told Salman Saudi king last week and the two participants agreed to continue cooperating with the investigation.
What are the other countries saying?
Saudi Arabia has resisted death, including its allies, who asked for answers.
President Trump said he was "not satisfied" with Saudi accounting. At the same time, he also said he was unwilling to sacrifice profitable arms trade with the country.
Although their US visas were withdrawn, State Secretary Mike Pompeo said "a handful of more weeks" would be before the United States knew that it would impose sanctions on individuals who had killed Khashoggi.
Mr Pompeo said that the United States had "deep and long-term strategic relations" with Saudi Arabia and said, "We want to ensure that these relations remain good."
On Wednesday, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said Khashoggi's death was "sin" and "nervous".
He said France did not "depend on their economic relations with Saudi Arabia," and that the country was sanctioned, but no details were given.
United Kingdom Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt also said it was a terrible plot, adding that "probably" gave the United States and the United Kingdom the chance to put pressure on Saudi Arabia on other issues.
Earlier, the United States called for a rapid shutdown of each other's fighting in Yemen, where a Saudi-led coalition fought against the enemy-backed rebels.
What did your bride say?
In the five international newspapers, Mrs Cengiz said that Khashoggi had just bought a house and wanted to start a family.
He described the "pain" he had experienced since his "brutal, barbaric and cruel" death.
"We must all send a clear message that authoritarian regimes will never be able to kill journalists anymore."
He called governments from all over the world to take action to uncover the truth, accusing the United States of "not having the moral foundation".
"If the world's democracies do not take the real steps to bring the perpetrators of this cruel, spooky act – the universal indignation among their citizens – stand for what moral authority remains?"