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Specimens from ermenek mut gulnar area turkey and phytochemical screening of them ii. leguminosae

DOGA Bilim Dergisi Seri C Tip 9(1): 64-78

Specimens from ermenek mut gulnar area turkey and phytochemical screening of them ii. leguminosae

This study, which is a part of a research dealing with the plants both systematically and phytochemically in the cited area involves the results of the family Leguminosae. 108 taxa (97 species, 6 subspecies and 5 varieties) have been identified and their localities are given. Seven patients are new records for C4 square; 22 taxa are endemic for Turkey and one of them is endemic for this area. Eighty-five plants have been examined for their active principles. The results of the phytochemical screening are given in a table and discussed.

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