Multivariate analysis of some species of the genus Lathyrus L. (Papilionoideae, Fabaceae) based on anatomical, micromorphological and macromorphological data

Kahraman, Ahmet
Çildir, Hüseyin
Doğan, Musa
Büyükkartal, Hatice Nurhan


Comparative Anatomical and Micromorphological Studies on Some Species of Lathyrus L. sect. Lathyrus (Papilionoidea, Fabaceae)
Lathyrus L. (Papilionoideae, Fabaceae) is considered economically, ecologically, and genetically among the most significant genera of the flowering plants having its centre of diversity in Southwest Asia where Turkey is located. The anatomical and micromorphological characteristics of species of the genus Lathyrus have been reported in only a few studies. Thus, in the present study, comparative anatomy and leaf epidermal micromorphology of L. cassius Boiss., L. chloranthus Boiss. & Balansa, L. cicera L., L....
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) and light microscope (LM) studies on the seed morphology of Verbascum taxa (Scrophulariaceae) and their systematic implications
Cabi, Evren; Baser, Birol; Yavru, Ahter; Polat, Filiz; Toprak, Umut; KARAVELİOĞULLARI, FAİK AHMET (2011-06-01)
Verbascum L. is the largest genus of the family Scrophulariceae and includes several species are of medicinal importance. In this study, external seed morphologies of 30 taxa included in Group A belonging to genus Verbascum L. (Scrophulariaceae) in Turkey, have been investigated using SEM (Scanning Electron Microscopy) and LM (Light Microscopy). Light microscope observations showed that seed size ranges from 0.3 mm to 1.5 mm in length and 0.1 to 0.6 in width. Seeds vary from oblong, oblong prismatic, trigon...
Taxonomic Importance of Seed Morphology in Allium (Amaryllidaceae)
CELEP, FERHAT; KOYUNCU, MEHMET; Fritsch, Reinhard M.; KAHRAMAN, AHMET; Doğan, Musa (2012-10-01)
Allium is one of the largest monocotyledonous genera. Southwest to Central Asia is the major center of diversity for the genus. In the present study, seeds of 62 Allium taxa from Turkey classified in subg. Allium (sect. Allium, sect. Brevispatha, sect. Codonoprasum and sect. Multicaule), subg. Amerallium (sect. Molium), subg. Melanocommyum (sect. Acanthoprason and sect. Melanocrommyum), and subg. Polyprason (sect. Falcatifolio and sect. Scorodon) were examined using light and scanning electron microscopy to...
Analysis of Molecular Resistance Mechanisms in Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) (Noctuidae: Lepidoptera) Populations Under Pyrethroid Stress in Turkey
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Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) is a major pest of economically important crops such as cotton, tomato and soybean. In order to control this pest, pyrethroid insecticides have been extensively used in farming areas all over the world. However, applications of excessive amounts of these insecticides can result in resistance development in the field populations of H. armigera. Resistance to the pyrethroids, beta-cypermethrin and lambda cyhalothrin, was analysed using bioassays. It was f...
The phylogenetic analysis of pinus nigra arnold subspecies pallasiana varieties with respect to non-coding trn regions of chloroplast genome
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More than half of the Pinaceae is including in genus Pinus covers the large parts of vegetation of northern hemisphere. The Anatolian Black Pine is one of the subspecies of European Black Pine, growing naturally as a widespread mid elevation species of Taurus, western Anatolian and northern Anatolian Mountains of Turkey. Although it is disputed that there are 5 varieties of Anatolian black pine but three of these are well recognized. These are Pinus nigra subsp. pallasiana var. pallasiana, Pinus nigra Arnol...
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A. Kahraman, H. Çildir, M. Doğan, and H. N. Büyükkartal, “Multivariate analysis of some species of the genus Lathyrus L. (Papilionoideae, Fabaceae) based on anatomical, micromorphological and macromorphological data,” Usak University Journal of Science and Natural Sciences, pp. 65–84, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: