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New halophytic syntaxa from Central Anatolia (Turkey)

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The research was carried out on the salt marsh vegetation covering the halophytic formations in Salt Lake and Seyfe Lake, in the middle part of Central Anatolia. The vegetation, which is under the influence of an arid and a semiarid, cold, and very cold Mediterranean climate, was analyzed according to the Braun-Blanquet approach. According to ecological and floristic characteristics, two new alliances, Lepidio caespitosi-Limonion iconici and Inulo aucheranae-Elymion salsi, and six new plant associations were described in the area.

Affiliations: 1: Biology Department, Gazi Education Faculty, Gazi University, AnkaraTurkey ; 2: Biology Department, Science and Literature Faculty, Kirikkale University, KirikkaleTurkey ; 3: Biology Department, Science Faculty, Ankara University, AnkaraTurkey


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