Morphological and anatomical investigations on endemic Hyacinthella acutiloba in Turkey

Türkiye’ye endemik bir tür olan Asparagaceae familyası üyesi Hyacinthella acutiloba K.Press. & Wendelbo (Sivri sümbül) türünün morfolojisi ve anatomisi incelenmiştir. Bitki örnekleri Sivas ilindeki iki doğal yayılış ortamından toplanmıştır. Morfolojik çalışmalarda bitkinin soğan, skapus, yaprak ve çiçek gibi organlarının biyometrik ölçümü gerçekleştirilmiştir ve polen morfolojisi incelenmiştir. Polen şekli prolat ve ornamentasyonu retikülattır. Anatomik araştırma için jilet kullanılarak bitkinin kök, skapus ve yaprağından enine kesit alınmıştır. Türün adventif kök, skapus ve yaprak anatomileri monokotil bitkilerin ortak özelliklerini göstermektedir. Yapraklar amfistomatik ve mezofil izolateraldir.

Türkiye’ye endemik olan Hyacinthella acutiloba üzerinde morfolojik ve anatomik araştırmalar

Morphology and anatomy of Hyacinthella acutiloba K.Press. & Wendelbo (Sivri sümbül) an endemic species for Turkey, belong to Asparagaceae have been investigated. The specimens collected from two populations of natural habitat in Sivas province. In morphological studies, biometric measurements of the plant organs such as bulb, scape, leaf and flower have been carried out and pollen morphology has been studied. Pollen shape is prolate and ornamentation is reticulate. For anatomical investigations the hand cross-sections of root, scape and leaf were taken with a razor blade. The adventive root, scape and leaf anatomies of species display the common properties of monocotyledons. The leaves are amphistomatic and mesophyll is isolateral.

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