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Articles by Vagif Atamov
Total Records ( 3 ) for Vagif Atamov
  Mustafa Aslan and Vagif Atamov
  The wall flora (especially plants growing on the Walls of the walls of the historical buildings) of Sanliurfa has been presented in this study. It was undertaken with the aim to determine the taxa growing on the walls of historical building of Sanliurfa and make contribution to the flora of Sanliurfa. This study flora and vegetation of stony walls (wall tops, vertical wall surfaces) in South-easth Turkey. In total, 113 species of vascular plants were recordedreleves. Flora of walls is composed of a high number of accidental species. Only four species (Hyoscyamus niger, Hordeum spontaneum, Capparis ovata and Brassica alba) were frequently recorded on walls. Differences in species` features (life strategy, life form, dispersal) and ecological requirements of plants (light, moisture) were analysed between vertical wall surfaces and wall tops. Their structure, species composition, ecology and distribution are briefly discussed.
  Arif Parmaksiz , Vagif Atamov and Mustafa Aslan
  This study aimed to identify the flora of Osmanbey Campus of Harran University. In the study flora of the Harran University campus was studied. Currently, the flora is being detoriated due to construction of new buildings and gardening applications. In term of species and subspecies, the flora of area consisted of 204 taxa; including species (species, subspecies and variety) belonging to 129 genera of 37 families. Fabaceae, Asteraceae and Poaceae were families having the highest number of taxa, respectively 32, 29 and 27. The phytogeographical distribution of taxa was determined as Irano-Turanian ( 31.3%), Mediterranean (12.6%) and Euro-Siberian (3.7%). The ratio of endemism is 2.4%. According to IUCN Red Data Book Categories, 11 plant taxa are under threat and of these taxa 5 are endemic and 6 are nonendemic plants.
  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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