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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
 
 
Fatih, S., A. Mustafa, E. Eyup, P. Rıdvan and S. Selami, 2015. Comparative anatomical studies in some species Hyoscyamus L. (Solanaceae) in Turkey. Bangladesh J. Bot., 44: 37-43.
Fatih, S., S. Selami and P. Ridvan, 2010. Anatomical and ecological investigations on some Salvia L. (Lamiaceae) species growing naturally in the vicinity of Balıkesir. J. Appl. Biol. Sci., 4: 29-33.
Fatih, S., S. Selami and P. Ridvan, 2011. Ethnic uses of pine resin production from Pinus brutia by native people on Kazdağ Mountain (Mt. Ida) in Western Turkey. J. Food Agric. Environ., 9: 1059-1063.
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Khatun, S., K.U. Parlak, R. Polat and U. Cakilcioglu, 2012. The endemic and rare plants of Maden (Elazig) and their uses in traditional medicine. J. Herbal Med., 2: 68-75.
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Khatun, S., P. Ridvan and C. Ugur, 2016. Hydrolytic Enzyme Activity in Relation to Mycoparasitic Action of Trichoderma Species against Fusarium oxysporum. Pharma. Chem. J., 3: 343-350.
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Polat, R. and F. Satil, 2012. An ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants in Edremit Gulf (Balikesir-Turkey). J. Ethnopharmacol., 139: 626-641.
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Polat, R., F. Satil and U. Cakilcioglu, 2011. Medicinal plants and tehir use properties of sold in herbal market in Bingol (Turkey) district. Biol. Divers. Conserv., 4: 25-35.
Polat, R., S. Selvi, U. Cakilcioglu and M. Acar, 2012. Investigations of ethnobotanical aspect of wild plants sold in Bingol (Turkey) local markets. Biol. Diversity Conserv., 5: 155-161.
Polat, R., U. Cakılcıoglu, F. Ertug and F. Satıl, 2012. An evaluation of ethnobotanical studies in Eastern Anatolia. Biol. Diversity Conserv., 5: 23-40.
Polat, R., U. Cakilcioglu and F. Satıl, 2013. Traditional uses of medicinal plants in Solhan (Bingol-Turkey). J. Ethnopharmacol., 148: 951-963.
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Ridvan, P. and S. Fatih, 2012. Havran ve Burhaniye (Balıkesir) yorelerinde Etnobotanik Araştırmalari Envanter Dergisi, 8: 65-100.
Ridvan, P. and S. Fatih, 2012. Resarch on some medicinal Plants commercially sold in the Havran and Burhaniye Region (Balıkesir). Bocconea, 24: 311-317.
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Ridvan, P. and S. Selami, 2011. Edible macrofungi of Edremit Gulf (Balikesir) in Turkey. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 10: 10431-10436.
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Ridvan, P., C. Ugur, U.M. Denizhan, G. Fehmi and T. Zafer, 2015. Investigations of ethnobotanical aspect of wild plants sold in Espiye (Giresun/Turkey) local markets. Biol. Diversity Conserv., 8: 114-119.
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Ridvan, P., C. Ugur, S. Selami, T. Zafer and K. Ali, 2015. An ethnobotanical study on medicinal plants in Espiye and its surrounding (Giresun-Turkey). J. Ethnopharmacol., 163: 1-11.
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Ridvan, P., C. Ugur, S. Selami, T. Zafer and K. Ali, 2015. The anatomical and micromorphological properties of three endemic and medicinal Salvia species (Lamiaceae) in Erzincan (Turkey). Plant Biosyst., 10.1080/11263504.2015.1076083.
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Ridvan, P., C. Ugur, U.M. Denizhan and P.M. Yavuz, 2015. Survey of wild food plants for human consumption in Elazığ (Turkey) Indian J. Traditional Knowledge, 14: 69-75.
Ridvan, P., T. Zafer, H. Sukru, C. Ugur and S. Selami, 2016. Investigation of micromorphological and anatomic characteristics of genus Hypericum L. (Hypericaceae) exhibiting distribution in Giresun/Turkey. Biol. Diversity Conserv., 9: 108-114.
Selvi, S., M.Y. Paksoy, R. Polat and U. Cakilcioglu, 2013. Micromorphological and anatomical characteristics of the Genus Chrysophthalmum Schultz Bip. (Asteraceae) growing in Turkey. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. India Sect. B: Biol. Sci.,. 10.1007%2Fs40011-013-0231-5.
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Sukru, H., P. Ridvan and S. Selami, 2014. Traditional uses of medicinal plants in Elazig (Turkey). J. Ethnopharmacol., 154: 613-623.
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