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Year 2019, Volume 28, Issue 1, 35 - 42, 30.06.2019

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THE PALYNOLOGICAL TRAITS OF FOUR ENDEMIC SILENE L. (CARYOPHYLLACEAE) SPECIES IN TURKEY

Year 2019, Volume 28, Issue 1, 35 - 42, 30.06.2019

Abstract

In the present paper, the pollen morphological traits of 4 endemic Silene species: S. duralii, S. ozyurtii, S. anatolica, and S. salsuginea, were investigated using light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The obtained data were presented for the first time herein. Monad, isopolar, and spheroidal pollen grains were observed as common characters in all of the examined species. Pollen shapes among the investigated species were spheroidal, and the ornamentations were microechinate-perforate. The highest pore numbers were found in S. salsuginea, while the lowest pore numbers were in S. ozyurtii. The interpore distance was greatest in S. anatolica, while it was least in S. salsuginea. As a result of these detailed examinations, the pore number, interpore distance, shape of the pore and position, and microechinae number are more significant characters for distinguishing the studied species.

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  • E. Hamzaoglu. A new species of Gypsophila and a new name for Silene (Caryophyllaceae) from Turkey. Turkish Journal of Botany, 36 (2012) 135-139.
  • K. Yıldız. Silene L. In: Guner, A., Aslan, S., Ekim, T., Vural, M. & Babaç, M.T. (Eds.) Türkiye Bitkileri Listesi (Damarlı Bitkiler), Istanbul Nezahat Gokyigit Botanik Bahçesi Yayınları. (2012) pp. 354-365. [in Turkish]
  • Z. Aydin. A.S. Ertekin. E. Långström. and B. Oxelman, A new section of Silene (Caryophyllaceae) including a new species from South Anatolia, Turkey, Phytotaxa, 178 (2014) 98-112.
  • Z. Aytac. A. Kandemir. and A. Fisne, Silene kemahensis (Caryophyllaceae): A new species from Erzincan (Turkey), Bağbahçe Bilim Dergisi, 2 (2015) 37- 42.
  • M. Fırat. and K. Yıldız, Silene miksensis (Caryophyllaceae), a new species from eastern Anatolia, Phytotaxa, 273 (2016a) 283-292.
  • M. Fırat. and K. Yıldız, Silene konuralpii (Sect. Spergulifoliae, Caryophyllaceae), a new species from eastern Anatolia, Phytotaxa, 288 (2016b) 214-226.
  • E.D. Güner. and H. Duman, A new species from Turkey, Silene bilgilii (Caryophyllaceae), Phytotaxa, 246 (2016) 293-299.
  • K. Yıldız. A. Cırpıcı. M.Y. Dadandı, and M. Fırat, Silene nemrutensis (Caryophyllaceae), a new species from south-eastern Anatolia, Phytotaxa, 292 (2017).
  • U.Budak. M. Koç. and E. Hamzaoğlu, Silene goksuensis (Caryophyllaceae), a new species from south Turkey, Phytotaxa, 345. (2018).
  • K. Faegri. and J. Iversen, Textbook of Pollen Analysis, Munksgaard, Copenhagen, 1975.
  • K. Yıldız, Pollen morphology of Caryophyllaceae species from Turkey, Pakistan Journal of Botany, 33 (2001) 329-355.
  • K. Yıldız, Morphological and palynological investigation on Silene gigantea L. var. gigantea and Silene behen L. (Caryophyllaceae) disributed in Western Anatolia and Northern Cyprus, Turkish Journal of Botany 30 (2006) 105-119.
  • S. Sahreen. M.A. Khan. A.A. Meo. and A. Jabeen, Pollen morphology of the genus Silene (Sileneae-Caryophyllaceae) from Pakistan, Biological Diversity and Conservation, 1 (2008) 74-85.
  • K. Yıldız. M.Y. Dadandı. E. Minareci. A. Cırpıcı, Pollen morphology of sections Siphonomorpha and Lasiostemones of the genus Silene from Turkey, Turkish Journal of Botany 35 (2011) 631-642.
  • B. Atasagun, A. Aksoy and E. Martin, Anatomical, palynological and karyological remarks of Silene brevicalyx and Silene ozyurtii (Caryophyllaceae), Phytotaxa, 270 (2016) 116-126.
  • R.P. Wodehouse, Pollen Grains, New York McGraw-Hill 1935.
  • A. Van der Pluym and M. Hideux, Application d’une mèthodologie quantitative á la palynologie d’Eryngium maritimum (Umbelliferae). Plant Systematics and Evolution, 127, (1977) 55-85.
  • W. Punt. S. Blackmore. S. Nilsson. and A. Thomas, Glossary of pollen and spore terminology, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 143 (2007) 1-81.
  • Van Campo. M, Pollen et Phylogenie. Les Breviaxes. Pollen Spores. 8 (1966) 57-73.
  • A.C. Smith, The presence of primitive angiosperms in the Amazon Basin and its significance in indicating migrational routes. In: E. Radford. WC Dickison. JR Massey and CR Bell (eds.). Vascular Plant Systematics, Harper & Row Publis. Inc. New York, 1974.

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Primary Language English
Journal Section Review Articles
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Burcu Yilmaz CITAK (Primary Author)
0000-0003-3703-7731


Huseyin DURAL
0000-0002-5579-5037

Publication Date June 30, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2019, Volume 28, Issue 1

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Bibtex @research article { communc562272, journal = {Communications Faculty of Sciences University of Ankara Series C Biology}, issn = {1303-6025}, eissn = {2651-3749}, address = {Ankara Üniversitesi Fen Fakültesi Matematik Bölümü}, publisher = {Ankara University}, year = {2019}, volume = {28}, pages = {35 - 42}, doi = {}, title = {THE PALYNOLOGICAL TRAITS OF FOUR ENDEMIC SILENE L. (CARYOPHYLLACEAE) SPECIES IN TURKEY}, key = {cite}, author = {Cıtak, Burcu Yilmaz and Dural, Huseyin} }

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