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Articles by Mustafa Aslan
Total Records ( 3 ) for Mustafa Aslan
  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%).
  Vagif Atamov , Mustafa Aslan and Gulsen Ayalp
  This study was aimed to identify the flora of Mezra Beldesi, Birecik, Sanlıurfa between 2003-2004. Fifty-four families, 183 genera and 290 taxa were identified. Eighty-eight taxa (30.3%) are Irano-Turanian, 44 (15.1%) Mediterranean and 6 (2.1%) Euro-Siberian phytogeographic region elements. The remaining 142 (48.9%) taxa are multi-regional and the phytogeographic region of 9 (3.1%) is unknown. The number of endemic taxa 14 (4.8%) and 44 are new floristic records for the square C7.
  Mustafa Aslan , Vagif Atamov , Esat Cetin and Cenap Cevheri
  In 2001-2005, seasonal and annual dynamics of a fractional structure phytomass was studied of, Artemiso herba albae-Teucrietum poliae ass.nova, Thymo loucicaulisae-Phlomisetum kurdiae ass.nova and Astragalo lamarki-Stipetum holocericeae ass.nova of Sanliurfa. Middle age reserves analysis different fractions of vegetations matteral lowed to expose it dynamics during the years. In favourable years the average reserves could achieve 130 g cm-2. Common reserve of the underground and over ground vegetation material in an ecosystem of steppe`s, on average of 5 years, make up 932.6 g cm-2. Artemisia herba-alba Asso, Teucrium polium L., Thymus longicaulis C. Presl subsp. longicaulis var. longicaulis, Phlomis kurdica Rech. Fil., Astragalus lamarckii Boiss. and Stipa holosericea Trin. which are very common in Sanliurfa`s steppe vegetation was investigated in terms of their agrobotanical properties. It was found that, phytomass between 41-497 g m-2, over soil phytomass 5-29 g m-2 and under soil was 35-473 g m-2 for the above three formation. The ration between over and under soil phytomass was changing from 1/0.3 to 1/0.7. About 30-50% of general phytomass was found to belong to Artemisia herba-alba, Teucrium polium, Thymus longicaulis, Phlomis kurdica, Astragalus lamarckii, Stipa holosericea. A significant amount (90%) of over soil phytomass was 0-30 cm over soil and a significant amount (80%) of under soil phytomass was 0-20 cm over the upper soil layer. When over soil phytomass was examined in terms of their agrobotanical fraction`s (Poaceae, Fabaceae and various grasses. Fabaceae was made up a very small fraction (3.7 cm2). On the other hand, this value was 59.1-183.6 cm2 for Poaceae and it was 48.5-79.1 cm2 for various grasses. As a result, it was found that, over soil phytomass was settled as two levels (10-30 and 20-60 cm) while under soil phytomass was settled as one level (0-20 cm) in steppe.
 
 
 
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