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Early Bronze Age Crop Plants from Yenibademli Höyük (Gökçeada), Western Turkey
Abstract Carbonised plant remains discovered in the Early Bronze Age (II) levels of Yenibademli Höyük on Gökçeada, one of offshore islands of west Anatolia, are presented. Archaeobotanical analysisExpand
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Pollen morphology in Turkish Crataegus (Rosaceae)
Oybak Dönmez E. 2008. Pollen morphology in Turkish Crataegus (Rosaceae). Bot. Helv. 118: 59 – 70.Pollen morphology of 20 Turkish Crataegus L. taxa (Rosaceae) was studied using light and scanningExpand
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The Clypeate pollen grains of Turkish Iris L. (Iridaceae): Subgenus Scorpiris Sach
The clypeate pollen grains of some species of Turkish Iris L. (Iridaceae) taxa belonging to the subgenus Scorpiris Spach have been investigated. Attention is given to characteristics of exineExpand
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Pollen morphology and evolution in the genus Orobanche L. s.l. and its allied genera (Orobancheae/Orobanchaceae) in Turkey
The pollen morphology of 120 samples of the tribe Orobancheae, representing four genera and 40 species of Cistanche, Diphelypaea, Orobanche and Phelipanche native to Turkey, has been studied by lightExpand
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POLLEN MORPHOLOGY OF TURKISH IRIS L. (IRIDACEAE) WITH REFERENCE TO EVOLUTIONARY TRENDS AT THE INFRAGENERIC LEVEL
The pollen morphology of many samples of 43 Turkish Iris L. (Iridaceae) taxa has been examined by light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. It is suggested that some palynologicalExpand
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A 2800-year multi-proxy sedimentary record of climate change from Lake Çubuk (Göynük, Bolu, NW Anatolia)
The sediment of Lake Çubuk in NW Anatolia, which is situated very close to the climate boundary between the dry Central Anatolia and the wet Marmara region, is regarded as a suitable climate archiveExpand
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Ancient nigella seeds from Boyali Höyük in north-central Turkey.
AIM OF THE STUDY The seeds of nigella (black cumin) (Nigella sativa L.) have been widely used as a natural remedy, either alone or in combination with bee products, for the treatment of many acute asExpand
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The use of ESR technique for assessment of heating temperatures of archaeological lentil samples.
Heat-induced paramagnetic centers in modern and archaeological lentils (Lens culinaris, Medik.) were studied by X-band (9.3GHz) electron spin resonance (ESR) technique. The modern red lentil samplesExpand
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Urartian plant cultivation at Yoncatepe (Van), eastern Turkey
Plant remains were recovered from an Urartian settlement, Yoncatepe, situated in the Van province of eastern Turkey and dating to the Iron Age period (first millennium B.C.E.). Large quantities ofExpand
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