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    Publisher: Asian Network for Scientific Information
   
  Asian Journal of Plant Sciences is a high quality scientific journal publishes the original research in all areas of plant science and botany. Scope of the journal includes: Plant biotechnology, plant cell and tissue culture, plant gene transfer, development, growth regulation, molecular cell biology and genetics, signal transduction, photosynthesis, pathogen resistance, nutrition, water relations and gas exchange, symbiosis, stress physiology, population genetics, ecology and molecular systematic.

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  Editor-in-Chief:  Sayyada Khatoon
 
 
Aktas, K. and K. Yıldız, 2003. A study on Anemone L. (Ranunculaceae) taxa in the Manisa province. Herb J. Syst. Bot., 10: 93-106.
Aktas, K., C. Ozdemir, M. Ozkan, Y. Akyol and P. Baran, 2009. Morphological and anatomical characteristics of Salvia tchihatcheffii endemic to Turkey. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 8: 4519-4528.
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Aktas, K., C. Ozdemir, Y. Altan, P. Baran and M. Ozkan, 2010. Some ecological properties of Petrorhagia (Ser.) Link (Caryophyllaceae) taxa distributed in Turkey. TUBAV Sci. J., 3: 79-93.
Aktas, K., P. Baran, C. Ozdemir and Y. Altan, 2009. Anatomical properties of endemic Lilium carniolicum bernh. Ex W.Koch var. artvinense (Miscz.) Davis and Henderson (Liliaceae) in Turkey. Beykent Univ. J. Sci. Technol., 3: 18-24.
Aktas, K., Y. Altan, C. Ozdemir, P. Baran and T. Garnatje, 2010. Comparative pollen morphology of Turkish species of Petrorhagia (Caryophyllaceae) and its systematic implications. Biologia, 65: 444-450.
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Baran, P., C. Ozdemir and K. Aktas, 2008. Glandular and eglandular hairs on the aerial organs of Salvia viridis L. (Lamiaceae) in Turkey. Pak. J. Plant Sci., 14: 1-8.
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Baran, P., C. Ozdemir and K. Aktas, 2008. The morphological and anatomical properties of Salvia argentea L. (Lamiaceae) in Turkey. Res. J. Agric. Biol. Sci., 4: 725-733.
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Baran, P., C. Ozdemir and K. Aktas, 2009. Structural investigations of the glandular trichomes of Salvia argentea L. (Lamiaceae) in Turkey. Biologia, 65: 33-39.
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Baran, P., K. Aktas and C. Ozdemir, 2010. Structural investigation of the glandular trichomes of endemic Salvia smyrnea L. South Afr. J. Bot., 76: 572-578.
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Gucel, S., K. Aktas and Y. Altan, 2008. Flora of Gurle village (Manisa). CBU J. Sci., 4: 19-30.
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Oskay, M., A.U. Tamer, G. Ay, D. Sari and K. Akta, 2005. Antimicrobial activity of the leaves of Lippia triphylla (L'Her) O. Kuntze (Verbenaceae) against on bacteria and yeasts. J. Biol. Sci., 5: 620-622.
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Oskay, M., K. Aktas, D. Sari and C. Azeri, 2007. A comparative study of antimicrobial activity using well and disk diffusion method on asphodelus aestivus (Liliaceae). Ekoloji, 16: 62-65.
Ozdemir, C., M. Ozkan, K. Aktas and P. Baran, 2008. Morphological and anatomical properties of endemic Salvia cryptantha (Lamiaceae) in Turkey. Bot. Lithuanica, 14: 201-206.
Ozdemir, C., P. Baran and K. Aktas, 2009. Anatomical studies in Salvia viridis L. (Lamiaceae) in Turkey. Bangladesh J. Plant Taxonomy, 16: 65-71.
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Ozdemir, C., Y. Altan, K. Aktas and P. Baran, 2008. Morphological and anatomical investigations on endemic Allium armenum Boiss. and Kotschy and Allium djimilense Boiss. Ex Regel (Liliaceae) Species of east Anatolia. Thaiszia-J. Bot., 18: 1-8.
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Ozdemir, C., Y. Altan, K. Aktas and P. Baran, 2008. Morphological and anatomical studies on medicinally and economically important Anemone narcissiflora L. subsp. narcissiflora (Ranunculaceae). Res. J. Agric. Biol. Sci., 4: 875-880.
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Ozkan, M., K. Aktas, C. Ozdemir and G. Guerin, 2009. Nutlet morphology and its taxonomic utility in Salvia (Lamiaceae: Mentheae) from Turkey. Acta Bot. Croatica, 68: 105-115.
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