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Articles by Esat Cetin
Total Records ( 3 ) for Esat Cetin
  Vagif Atamov , Mustafa Aslan , Cenap Cevheri and Esat Cetin
  The present study, is carried out around Fatik mountain which is located at the South western part of ┼×anliurfa. The highest point of the area is 700 m high Hamzan hill. As a result of the research, 162 species of 107 genus of 23 families have been determined. The families with the highest number of species are Poaceae (Graminea), Asteraceae (Compositae), Fabaceae (Leguminosae), Lamiaceae (Labiatae), Apiaceae (Umbelliferaceae) and Brassicaceae (Cruciferae). Thirty-six taxa (22%) Irano-Turanian, 34 (21.2%) Mediterranean, 4 (2.5%), Euro-Siberian and 1(0,6) Sharo-Ind─▒an geographic region elements. The remaining 85 (56.1%) taxa are multi-regional and not from a determined phytogeographic region. The life forms were determined according Raunkiaer. The number of endemic taxa is 2 (1.25%).
  Tuna Ekim , Hasan Akan , Esat Cetin and Tahir Polat
  This investigation was carried out between the years of 2002 and 2004 in order to determine the flora of Kuyulu (Turuş) erosion district that is being recovered by TEMA to get the land pasture again. Research area is situated in the province of Adıyaman and within C7 of the grid system and in the region of upper Mesopotamia. In the investigation area, 303 t axa belonging to 45 families and 182 genera were determined. Of all the collected specimens, 25 taxa are localised to Upper Euphrates and 18 taxa are endemic for Turkey.
  Esat Cetin and Ozcan Secmen
  This study deals with the flora of Boncuk Mountains (2340 m) which lies between Ören-MuIla in southwest and Altinyayla (Dirmil)-Burdur in southeast in Southwestern Anatolia. The investigation was carried out between 1999-2002 and 858 taxa belonging to 83 families and 340 genera was identified. One hundred and eighty of identified taxa were endemic and the ratio to total flora was 21%. The number of nonflowering vascular plants (of Pteridophyta) was 9. 7 taxa belonged to Gymnospermae while the remaining 842 were Angiospermae. 130 taxa were Monocotylodonae, 712 of these were Dicotolodonae. The studied area is a typical transition area and east part of this area is one of the Important Plant Areas under name of East Boncuk Mountains in Turkey. IPA No. 55.
 
 
 
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