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Phytosociological investigations of Pinus pinea L. forests in the southwestern Anatolia region of Turkey

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In this study, the phytosociological structure of Pinus pinea L. forests in Mugla province in the southwestern Anatolia region of Turkey has been investigated. The vegetation of the research area has been studied using the Braun-Blanquet method, and the Diantho tripunctati-Pinetum pineae association has been recognized.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, Science and Art Faculty, University of Muğla


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