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    Abstract - Issue Jan 2015, 36 (1)                                     Back


nstantaneous and historical temperature effects on a-pinene

Morphology, anatomy and cytology of critically endangered endemic

Asperula daphneola from, West Anatolia, Turkey

 

 

Salih Gucel*

Near East University, Environmental Sciences Inst, Nicosia-99138, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

*Corresponding Author E-mail: sgucel@hotmail.com

 

 

Publication Data

Paper received:

06 July 2013

 

Revised received:

15 November 2013

 

Re-revised received:

18 June 2014

 

Accepted:

22 September 2014

 

Abstract

Asperula daphneola, which belongs to Rubiaceae family, is only distributed on Nif Mountain. The present study investigates the species anatomically, morphologically and cytologically, laying the basis for future biosystematic studies as well as introducing this endemic taxa. A. daphneola seeds were 1.3-1.8 X 2.3-2.9 mm; ovate; seed surface was prominent and channelled; dorsal type was convex, hispid hairs all over; hylar zone type recessed; yellowish green colour. Type of pollen were stephanocolpate and had 6 colpus with tectate structure.? The chromosome number in A.daphneola was counted as 2n=20    

 

 

 Key words

 

Asperula daphneola, Nif Mountain, Kemalpaşa, İzmir, Turkey 

 

 

 

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