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The morphological and anatomical properties of endemic Crocus leichtlinii (D. Dewar) Bowles (Iridaceae) in Turkey

, : The morphological and anatomical properties of endemic Crocus leichtlinii (D. Dewar) Bowles (Iridaceae) in Turkey. Pakistan Journal of Botany 39(3): 711-718

In this investigation, some morphological and anatomical characteristics of Crocus leichtlinii, an endemic species which has flowering time in early spring, were observed. The specimen was collected from Sanlurfa, South East Anatolia, Turkey, within C7 of the grid system. Its habitat and population status was also determined. Morphological features of species such as leaf, bracteol, flower, and fruit were described in detail.


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