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Publication Type J
Authors Dogan, B., A. Duran and S. Makbul
Title Scorzonera tuzgoluensis sp nov (Asteraceae), a new halophytic species from central Anatolia, Turkey
Source Nordic Journal of Botany
Author Keywords amasiana hausskn. supplement flora additional taxa checklist
Abstract A new halophytic species, Scorzonera tuzgoluensis A. Duran, B. Doan & S. Makbul sp. nov. (Asteraceae), is described and illustrated from Tuz Lake, central Anatolia, Turkey. The new species grows in salt marshes, is endemic (confined to central Anatolia) and closely related to Scorzonera parviflora Jacq. and S. elata Boiss. The diagnostic morphological characters of these similar taxa are discussed. The ecology, biogeography and conservation status of the new species are also presented. The geographic distribution of the new species and related species is mapped.
Author Address [Dogan, Bekir] Selcuk Univ, Fac Educ, Dept Sci Educ, TR-42090 Meram Konya, Turkey. [Duran, Ahmet] Selcuk Univ, Fac Educ, Dept Biol Educ, TR-42090 Meram Konya, Turkey. [Makbul, Serdar] Rize Univ, Fac Sci & Literature, Dept Biol, TR-53100 Rize, Turkey. Dogan, B, Selcuk Univ, Fac Educ, Dept Sci Educ, TR-42090 Meram Konya, Turkey. bdogan@selcuk.edu.tr
ISSN 0107-055X
ISBN 0107-055X
29-Character Source Abbreviation Nord. J. Bot.
Year Published 2011
Volume 29
Issue 1
Beginning Page 20-25
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1111/j.1756-1051.2010.00796.x
Unique Article Identifier ISI:000287667300004
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