Comparative study of Salvia limbata CA and S. palaestina Bentham (sect. Aethiopis Bentham, Labiatae) from East Anatolia, Turkey

Kahraman, Ahmet
Doğan, Musa
Morpholouical characteristics of stems, leaves. bracts. calyces and corollas are taxonomically disci-limn:rum! characters in Salvia In this paper we present morphological anatomrcal and ecolourcal features of S Imthata C A Meyer and S palaecima Bentham as well as [mu omorpholouical char acteristics of their pollen grains and nutlets using scan iii electron microscopy Anatomical characters such as size of cortex and vascular tissue, number of pallsade par erwhyma rows and vascular bundles are found to be important species specific characters Pollen grams m the species are different in shape and size. but they look similar in their exine: sculpturing. shape. size and ornamentation of millets are found to be different The two investigated Sahna species grow on clayey-loamy and loamy soils.


Kahraman, Ahmet; Celep, Ferhat; Doğan, Musa (2009-06-01)
Morphological, anatomical and palynological characteristics of Salvia glutinosa L. and S. staminea Montbret & Aucher ex Bentham and their taxonomic importance are presented. Their expanded description and phenology are also given. The features of stems, leaves, calyces, corolla and nutlets have been found to be significant to distinguish the species. Mesophyll structure, distribution of stomata on upper epidermis, size of stomata on lower epidermis, shape of vascular structure in midrib, and number of vascu...
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 cytomorphological study in some taxa of the genus Salvia L. (Lamiaceae)
MARTİN, ESRA; Cetin, Ozlem; Kahraman, Ahmet; Celep, Ferhat; Doğan, Musa (2011-07-01)
The taxa of the genus Salvia L. (Lamiaceae) used in this study were collected from their natural habitats in Turkey. In this paper, the number, size and morphology of somatic chromosomes of 22 Turkish taxa of Salvia, namely S. bracteata Banks & Sol., S. fruticosa Mill., S. huberi Hedge, S. hydrangea DC. ex Benth., S. nemorosa L. and S. pomifera L. (2n=14), S. adenocaulon P.H. Davis and S. aucheri Benth. subsp. canescens Boiss. & Heldr., (2n=18), S. argentea L., S. frigida Boiss., S. palestina Benth., S. poc...
The anatomical and micromorphological characteristics of Salvia vermifolia (Section Aethiopis Bentham, Lamiaceae) from Central Anatolia, Turkey
Bagherpour, Safi; Kahraman, Ahmet; Doğan, Musa; Celep, Ferhat; Başer, Birol; Pehlivan, Sevil (Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2010-1-1)
<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title><jats:p>The gross anatomical features, namely stem, blade and petiole and the micromorphological features, trichome, pollen and nutlet of Salvia vermifolia Hedge &amp; Hub.-Mor. (Sect. Aethiopis Bentham, Lamiaceae) were examined using light microscopy (LM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). S. vermifolia is a perennial endemic herb growing on igneous and serpentine slopes in Sivas province, Central Anatolia, Turkey. The results obtained from anatomical studies show that...
Anatomy, trichome morphology and palynology of Salvia chrysophylla Stapf (Lamiaceae)
Kahraman, A.; Celep, F.; Doğan, Musa (Elsevier BV, 2010-4)
The anatomy, palynology, morphology and distribution of the trichomes on the aerial parts of Salvia chrysophylla Stapf, an endemic species in Turkey, were studied in order to understand the usefulness of these characteristics for systematic purposes. Some anatomical characters such as (1-)2-24-rowed pith rays in roots, dorsiventral leaves, obviously larger upper epidermal cells, and two to three large vascular bundles in the center and two to four small subsidiary bundles in the wings of petiole provide inf...
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A. Kahraman and M. Doğan, “Comparative study of Salvia limbata CA and S. palaestina Bentham (sect. Aethiopis Bentham, Labiatae) from East Anatolia, Turkey,” ACTA BOTANICA CROATICA, pp. 47–64, 2010, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: