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Articles by Ergun Taskin
Total Records ( 3 ) for Ergun Taskin
  Ergun Taskin and Mehmet Ozturk
  A revised list of the genus Cystoseira occurring in Turkey is being reported in this study. Also, Cystoseira foeniculacea f. latiramosa (Ercegovic) A. Gomez Garreta, M.C. Barcelo, M.A. Ribera et J.R. Lluch has been reported for the first time from Turkey. A total of 24 taxa (species and infraspecific) reported before from Turkey was listed.
  Ergun Taskin
  A revised list of the taxa of the Ulvaceae occurring in Turkey is reported in this research. A total of 25 taxa of this family is herein reported from Turkey. Also, the transfers of four taxa of Enteromorpha to Ulva are proposed: Ulva intestinalis L. var. asexualis (Bliding) E. Taskin comb. nov. (Enteromorpha intestinalis var. asexualis Bliding, 1963), Ulva intestinalis forma ramosa (Vinogradova) E. Taskin comb. nov. (Enteromorpha intestinalis forma ramosa Vinogradova, 1974), Ulva intestinalis forma saprobia (Vinogradova) E. Taskin comb. nov. (Enteromorpha intestinalis forma saprobia Vinogradova, 1974) and Ulva prolifera subsp. gullmariensis (Bliding) E. Taskin comb. nov. (Enteromorpha prolifera subsp. gullmariensis Bliding, 1963). A total of 25 taxa (species and intraspecific) reported from Turkey.
  Ergun Taskin and Poul M. Pedersen
  The naturalist, Pehr Forsskal collected samples (phanerogams and cryptogams) from Estac (France), Turkey, Egypt and Yemen between 1761-1763. The collected plants were published in Flora Aegyptiaco-Arabica in 1775 including a list of 16 algal species from Turkey. In the present work, algae of Turkey from the Herbarium Forsskalii were studied. Several herbarium sheets have been lost and therefore, we were unable to identify some of Forsskal`s collections. The aim of this research was to identify some of the remaining species and to annotate with regard to taxonomy and nomenclature.
 
 
 
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