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Year 2019, Volume 32, Issue 3, 776 - 790, 01.09.2019
https://doi.org/10.35378/gujs.455316

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References

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A Survey of the Morphology, Anatomy, and Palynology of Endemic Bornmuellera kiyakii and B. glabrescens (Brassicaceae) From Turkey

Year 2019, Volume 32, Issue 3, 776 - 790, 01.09.2019
https://doi.org/10.35378/gujs.455316

Abstract

In the present study, the morphological, anatomical, and palynological properties of 2 Bornmuellera Hausskn. taxa, which are endemic to Turkey, were examined. B. kiyakii Aytac & Aksoy is known from the province of Konya, growing in serpentine areas, and B. glabrescens (Boiss. & Balansa) Cullen & T. R. Dudley is known from the province of Niğde. Through morphological analyses, the characteristics of the taxa were designated and the descriptions were expanded. The morphology of the stem, leaf, trichomes, and capsule are essential to separate the examined taxa. The anatomical analyses showed that the taxa had similar anatomical root, stem, and leaf tissue layers; however, their rows, and mesophyll thickness were different between the taxa. Anatomical traits, such as the presence of an endodermis in B. kiyakii, the pith region in the cross-sections of the stems, linear-shaped leaf in B. glabrescens, and triangular-shaped leaf in B. kiyakii have taxonomic importance. The pollen grains of the studied taxa were tricolpate, isopolar, and radial symmetrical, prolate-spheroidal, and had reticulate ornamentation. The fruit of B. kiyakii were characterized by globose, asymmetrical, and yellow-purplish-pink valves with rugose ornamentation, which clearly differed from that of B. glabrescens, which had ovoid, symmetrical, and light green-yellow valves. The seed traits clearly appeared to have taxonomic significance. The seeds of B. glabrescens were orbicular-shaped, yellowish-brown in colour, with reticulate ornamentation; however, the seeds of B. kiyakii were oblong–elliptic-shaped, and the tile was red-brown in colour.

References

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  • [39] Mutlu, B., “New morphological characters for some Erysimum (Brassicaceae) species”, Turkish Journal of Botany, 34: 115-121, (2010).

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Primary Language English
Subjects Engineering
Journal Section Biology
Authors

Burcu YILMAZ CITAK (Primary Author)
0000-0003-3703-7731
Türkiye


Huseyin DURAL


Burcu GONEN This is me

Publication Date September 1, 2019
Published in Issue Year 2019, Volume 32, Issue 3

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APA Yılmaz Cıtak, B. , Dural, H. & Gonen, B. (2019). A Survey of the Morphology, Anatomy, and Palynology of Endemic Bornmuellera kiyakii and B. glabrescens (Brassicaceae) From Turkey . Gazi University Journal of Science , 32 (3) , 776-790 . DOI: 10.35378/gujs.455316
MLA Yılmaz Cıtak, B. , Dural, H. , Gonen, B. "A Survey of the Morphology, Anatomy, and Palynology of Endemic Bornmuellera kiyakii and B. glabrescens (Brassicaceae) From Turkey" . Gazi University Journal of Science 32 (2019 ): 776-790 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/gujs/issue/48219/455316>
Chicago Yılmaz Cıtak, B. , Dural, H. , Gonen, B. "A Survey of the Morphology, Anatomy, and Palynology of Endemic Bornmuellera kiyakii and B. glabrescens (Brassicaceae) From Turkey". Gazi University Journal of Science 32 (2019 ): 776-790
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ISNAD Yılmaz Cıtak, Burcu , Dural, Huseyin , Gonen, Burcu . "A Survey of the Morphology, Anatomy, and Palynology of Endemic Bornmuellera kiyakii and B. glabrescens (Brassicaceae) From Turkey". Gazi University Journal of Science 32 / 3 (September 2019): 776-790 . https://doi.org/10.35378/gujs.455316
AMA Yılmaz Cıtak B. , Dural H. , Gonen B. A Survey of the Morphology, Anatomy, and Palynology of Endemic Bornmuellera kiyakii and B. glabrescens (Brassicaceae) From Turkey. Gazi University Journal of Science. 2019; 32(3): 776-790.
Vancouver Yılmaz Cıtak B. , Dural H. , Gonen B. A Survey of the Morphology, Anatomy, and Palynology of Endemic Bornmuellera kiyakii and B. glabrescens (Brassicaceae) From Turkey. Gazi University Journal of Science. 2019; 32(3): 776-790.
IEEE B. Yılmaz Cıtak , H. Dural and B. Gonen , "A Survey of the Morphology, Anatomy, and Palynology of Endemic Bornmuellera kiyakii and B. glabrescens (Brassicaceae) From Turkey", Gazi University Journal of Science, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 776-790, Sep. 2019, doi:10.35378/gujs.455316