Batı Menteşe Dağlari'nda (Muğla) Quercion ilicis Alyansi için Yeni Bir Birlik

Güney, Kerim; Ketenoğlu, Osman; Geven, Fatmagül; B&idot;ngöl, Ümit
January 2010
Research Journal of Biological Sciences;2010, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p59
Academic Journal
The study area are located in the southwest part of central Anatolia. From the phytogeographic point of view, it is with in the boundary of the Eastern province of the Mediterranean floristic region. The study area is under the influences of rainy, less rainy and semi-arid type of Mediterranean climate. The vegetation of the area was analyzed by the three dimensional ordination technique based on the Braun-Blanquet approach different associations were described and one of described associations was introduce; Classis: Quercetea ilicis Br.-Bl. ex A. & O. Bolòs 1950 Ordo: Quercetalia ilicis Br.-Bl. ex Molinier 1934 em. Rivas-Martínez 1975 Alliance: Quercion ilicis Br.-Bl. ex Molinier 1934 em. Rivas-Martínez 1975 Association: Hyperico-Arbutosetum andrachnii ass. Nova


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