Year 2019, Volume 5, Issue 1, Pages 22 - 34 2019-03-10

Kocaçay Deltası Longoz Ormanlarının (Karacabey-Bursa) Karayosunu Florası
The Moss Flora of Kocaçay Delta (Karacabey-Bursa) Floodplain Forests in Turkey

Serhat URSAVAŞ [1] , Tamer KEÇELİ [2]

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Bu çalışmada, 2017 yılları arasında Kocaçay Deltası (Bursa-Karacabey) longoz ormanlarının karayosunu florası araştırılmıştır. Kocaçay Deltasından toplanan 383 karayosunu örneğinin incelenmesi sonucu; 25 familyaya ve 60 cinse ait 112 takson belirlenmiştir. Taksonlar açısından en zengin altı familya şu şekildedir; Pottiaceae (26), Brachytheciaceae (15), Bryaceae (10), Hypnaceae (8), Orthotrichaceae (6) ve Polytrichaceae (5)’dir. Takson sayısı bakımından en zengin beş cins;  Tortula (7), Hypnum (6), Orthotrichum (6), Weissia (5) ve Ptychostomum (5). 13 karayosunu taksonu A1 karesi için yeni kayıttır.


In this study, the moss flora of Kocaçay Delta (Bursa-Karacabey) floodplain forest in Turkey were investigated in 2017. Three hundred eighty three moss samples, were collected and identified from Kocaçay-Delta. A total of 112 taxa belonging to 25 families and 60 genera were determined. In terms of taxa number, the riches six families are; Pottiaceae (26), Brachytheciaceae (15), Bryaceae (10), Hypnaceae (8), Orthotrichaceae (6), Polytrichaceae (5). In terms of genera number, the riches five genera are; Tortula (7), Hypnum (6), Orthotrichum (6), Weissia (5), Ptychostomum (5). 13 moss taxa are new record for (A1) square.


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Orcid: 0000-0001-5480-5590
Author: Serhat URSAVAŞ (Primary Author)
Institution: ÇANKIRI KARATEKİN ÜNİVERSİTESİ, ORMAN FAKÜLTESİ, ORMAN MÜHENDİSLİĞİ BÖLÜMÜ
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0001-7958-072X
Author: Tamer KEÇELİ
Institution: CANKIRI KARATEKIN UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Country: Turkey


Bibtex @research article { anatolianbryology517253, journal = {ANATOLIAN BRYOLOGY}, issn = {2149-5920}, eissn = {2458-8474}, address = {Cankiri Karatekin University}, year = {2019}, volume = {5}, pages = {22 - 34}, doi = {10.26672/anatolianbryology.517253}, title = {The Moss Flora of Kocaçay Delta (Karacabey-Bursa) Floodplain Forests in Turkey}, key = {cite}, author = {URSAVAŞ, Serhat and KEÇELİ, Tamer} }
APA URSAVAŞ, S , KEÇELİ, T . (2019). The Moss Flora of Kocaçay Delta (Karacabey-Bursa) Floodplain Forests in Turkey. ANATOLIAN BRYOLOGY, 5 (1), 22-34. DOI: 10.26672/anatolianbryology.517253
MLA URSAVAŞ, S , KEÇELİ, T . "The Moss Flora of Kocaçay Delta (Karacabey-Bursa) Floodplain Forests in Turkey". ANATOLIAN BRYOLOGY 5 (2019): 22-34 <http://dergipark.org.tr/anatolianbryology/issue/43778/517253>
Chicago URSAVAŞ, S , KEÇELİ, T . "The Moss Flora of Kocaçay Delta (Karacabey-Bursa) Floodplain Forests in Turkey". ANATOLIAN BRYOLOGY 5 (2019): 22-34
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ISNAD URSAVAŞ, Serhat , KEÇELİ, Tamer . "The Moss Flora of Kocaçay Delta (Karacabey-Bursa) Floodplain Forests in Turkey". ANATOLIAN BRYOLOGY 5 / 1 (March 2019): 22-34. https://doi.org/10.26672/anatolianbryology.517253