A new taxon of the genus Salvia (Lamiaceae) from Turkey

Kahraman, Ahmet
Doğan, Musa
Background and aims Turkey is one of the major centers of diversity for Salvia, with 97 species of which 54% are endemic. The aims of this study are to give detailed taxonomical, morphological and ecological accounts of S. cadmica and S. smyrnaea.


First record of Psylliostachys spicata (Plumbaginaceae), confirmation of Salvia pratensis (Lamiaceae) from Turkey, and taxonomic status of Salvia ertekinii
CELEP, FERHAT; Karabacak, Osman; Malekmohammadi, Maryam; Fidan, Mehmet; Doğan, Musa (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, 2016-01-01)
Psylliostachys spicata (Plumbaginaceae) is reported as a new genus record for Turkey; an amended species description is given. Bossier's record of Salvia pratensis (Lamiaceae) in Flora Orientalis is confirmed from Turkey. Additionally, the endemic Salvia ertekinii is reduced to a synonym of Salvia pinnata.
A Numerical taxonomic study on the genus salvia l. (lamiaceae) in Turkey
Tiambeng, Deniz; Doğan, Musa; Department of Biology (2015)
Widely used a medicinal plant, Salvia L. is the largest genus in the family Lamiaceae, with over 1700 species found in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas. Within this genus, almost 100 species are recognized in Turkey. To date, however, no comprehensive infrageneric treatment of Salvia in Turkey exists. The objective of this study was to propose a more natural infrageneric classification of the genus Salvia in Turkey by using the numerical taxonomic approach developed by Sneath and Sokal in 1973. In this...
A Numerical taxonomic study on the family plumbaginaceae in Turkey
Erdal, Jelena; Doğan, Musa; Department of Biology (2015)
The aim of this study was to make evaluation of existing structure of Plumbaginaceae in Turkey in order to see infrafamilial grouping as well as infrageneric arrangement of the big genera (Limonium and Acantholimon). For this purpose, numerical taxonomic method and clustering analysis were used. Also, this was the first time that all the genera of Plumbaginaceae found in Turkey were examined together, within the same study. Herbarium specimens of 61 species were evaluated on the base of 57 morphological cha...
Identification of differentially expressed transcripts from leaves of the boron tolerant plant Gypsophila perfoliata L.
Unver, Turgay; Bozkurt, Osman; Akkaya, Mahinur (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2008-08-01)
Very recently some of the species of Gypsophila genus collected from the boron rich soils in Turkey were shown to be remarkably tolerant to high levels of boron. A limited amount of boron is necessary for the normal development of plants; however, a high level of boron in soil is generally toxic. Nevertheless, the adaptability of plant species allows them to withstand the presence of extreme amounts of metal ion by various strategies. This study is conducted on highly boron tolerant Gypsophila perfoliata L....
Morphology, anatomy, palynology, mericarp and trichome micromorphology of the rediscovered Turkish endemic Salvia quezelii (Lamiaceae) and their taxonomic implications
CELEP, FERHAT; KAHRAMAN, AHMET; Atalay, Zeynep; Doğan, Musa (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2014-11-01)
Salvia quezelii is a very little known local endemic species from Turkey. Since 2005, our revisional studies on the genus in Turkey have been shown that previously known two localities of the species including type locality are wrong, and the species has not been collected since 1970. In this study, the type locality of the species is amended and morphological description of the species is amplified and expanded based on large number of specimens. The anatomy, palynology, myxocarpy, mericarp micromorphology...
Citation Formats
F. CELEP, A. Kahraman, and M. Doğan, “A new taxon of the genus Salvia (Lamiaceae) from Turkey,” PLANT ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, pp. 111–114, 2011, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/38703.