POLLEN MORPHOLOGY of Prunus mahaleb L. (Mahlep) (Rosaceae) and ITS IMPORTANCE in LANSCAPING of PARKS and GARDENS

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  • İsmühan Potoğlu Erkara Eskişehir Osmangazi University, Faculty of Science and Letters, Department of Biology, Eskişehir, Turkey
  • Okan Sezer Eskişehir Osmangazi University, Faculty of Science and Letters, Department of Biology, Eskişehir, Turkey

Keywords:

Prunus mahaleb, Pollen Morphology, Light Microscope, SEM, Turkey

Abstract

Mahlep (Prunus mahaleb L.) is a taxon of Rosaceae, which grows in the winter edges are threaded, the lower faces have feathers along the main vein. Fragrant flowers are white in color. When small or 5 -6 mm fruit is ripe, it gets a black color. It is used as the leading tree in the forestation of arid areas on the forest-step border. In this study,   (Mahlep) taxon, one of the trees in the parks and gardens of Eskişehir, was collected and photographed in 2017-2018. During flowering periods, pollens were determined by Wodehouse, Erdtman and SEM methods and they were studied in Light and Scanning Electron Microscopes. Pollen tricolporate, spheroid, exine tectate-striate. P. mahaleb is the reflection of people who are shaded under the park and gardens with its beautiful smell, but with a black and sticky state around it, it creates an undesirable view of the street

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2020-12-24

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Potoğlu Erkara, İsmühan, & Sezer, O. (2020). POLLEN MORPHOLOGY of Prunus mahaleb L. (Mahlep) (Rosaceae) and ITS IMPORTANCE in LANSCAPING of PARKS and GARDENS. International Journal of Agricultural and Natural Sciences, 13(3), 151–158. Retrieved from https://ijans.org/index.php/ijans/article/view/520

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